The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Kunda - Bracelet, Fetter, Coil of rope




kuṇḍala
kuṇḍala [p= 290,1] [L=51931]
(ifc. f(ā). ; g. sidhmā*di and ardharcā*di) a ring , ear-ring A1s3vGr2. La1t2y. Mn. &c

S3is3. vi , 27

L.

L.

Car.
kuṇḍala [L=51936]
(in music) a kind of measure
kuṇḍala [L=51937]
N. of a nāga MBh. i , 2154
kuṇḍala [L=51938]
N. of a people (v.l. kuṇṭhaka) MBh. vi
kuṇḍala [L=51941]
a particular , dish (curds boiled with ghee and rice)
kuṇḍala [L=51942]
N. of a śakti
kuṇḍala [L=51943]
mountain ebony (Bauhinia variegata) L.
kuṇḍala [L=51944]
Cocculus cordifolius Bhpr.
kuṇḍala [L=51945]
Mucuna pruritus (= kapi-kacchu) L.
kuṇḍala [L=51946]
N. of two other plants (sarpiī-vka and kuṇḍalī-cālana) L.
kuṇḍala [L=51947]
N. of a river MBh. vi , 9 , 21.
kuṇḍala [p= 1325,1] [L=328150]
Ja1takam.
(H1) n.
[L=51932]a bracelet
[L=51933]a fetter , tie
[L=51934]the coil of a rope
[L=51935]a particular disease of the bladder
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m. pl.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H2) (also) a rope,


Sanskrit words relating to COIL



1 utkacaya (coil) 2 udarāvarta (coil) 3 kuṇḍala (coil) 4 bhuja (coil) 5 bhujā (coil) 6 bhoga (coil) 7 maṇḍalāya (coil) 8 mahājaṭa (coil) 9 mahābhoga (coil) 10 vyāvartana (coil) 11 śiva (coil)
 utkacaya
utkacaya [p= 175,3] [L=30712]
P. utkacayati , to coil the hair upwards Sa1h.
(H2) Nom.
 udarāvarta
udarā* varta [p= 184,3] [L=32386]
" stomach-coil " , the navel L.
(H3) m.
 kuṇḍala
kuṇḍala [p= 290,1] [L=51931]
(ifc. f(ā). ; g. sidhmā*di and ardharcā*di) a ring , ear-ring A1s3vGr2. La1t2y. Mn. &c

S3is3. vi , 27

L.

L.

Car.
kuṇḍala [L=51936]
(in music) a kind of measure
kuṇḍala [L=51937]
N. of a nāga MBh. i , 2154
kuṇḍala [L=51938]
N. of a people (v.l. kuṇṭhaka) MBh. vi
kuṇḍala [L=51941]
a particular , dish (curds boiled with ghee and rice)
kuṇḍala [L=51942]
N. of a śakti
kuṇḍala [L=51943]
mountain ebony (Bauhinia variegata) L.
kuṇḍala [L=51944]
Cocculus cordifolius Bhpr.
kuṇḍala [L=51945]
Mucuna pruritus (= kapi-kacchu) L.
kuṇḍala [L=51946]
N. of two other plants (sarpiī-vka and kuṇḍalī-cālana) L.
kuṇḍala [L=51947]
N. of a river MBh. vi , 9 , 21.
kuṇḍala [p= 1325,1] [L=328150]
Ja1takam.
(H1) n.
[L=51932]a bracelet
[L=51933]a fetter , tie
[L=51934]the coil of a rope
[L=51935]a particular disease of the bladder
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m. pl.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
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(H1B) m.
(H2) (also) a rope,
 bhuja
bhuja [p= 759,1] [L=151226]
(ifc. f(ā).) the arm MBh. Ka1v. &c (bhujayor antaram , the breast Bhartr2. ; cf. bhujā*ntara)

Pa1n2. 7-3 , 61

MBh. iii , 15736

BhP.

» comp. below)

Ka1tyS3r. Sch.

Su1ryas.

ib.

MW.
(H2) m.
[L=151227]the hand
[L=151228]the trunk of an elephant
[L=151229]a branch , bough
[L=151230]a bending , curve , coil (of a serpent ;
[L=151231]the side of any geometrical figure
[L=151232]the base of a triangle
[L=151233]the base of a shadow
[L=151234]the supplement of 2 or 4 right angles or the complement of 3 right angles
 bhujā
bhujā [L=151235]
» col.2.
bhujā [p= 759,2] [L=151337]
a winding , curve , coil (of a snake) BhP.

Pracan2d2. (cf. comp.)

A1ryabh. Hcat.
(H2B) f.
(H2) f.
[L=151338]the arm or hand ,
[L=151339]the side of any geometrical figure ,
 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.
 maṇḍalāya
maṇḍalāya [p= 776,1] [L=154976]
A1. °yate , to become or form one's self into a circle or ring , coil one's self. Ratna7v.
(H2) Nom.
 mahājaa
mahā́--jaa [p= 795,3] [L=159582]
wearing a great braid or coil of matted hair (N. of śiva) MBh.
(H3) mfn.
 mahābhoga
mahā́--bhoga 1 [p= 798,2] [L=160288]
(fr. 1. bhoga) a great curve or coil , great hood (of a snake) , great winding MW.
mahā́--bhoga 1 [L=160289]
(a snake) having great windings or coils , having a great hood MBh.
mahā́--bhoga 1 [L=160290]
a great serpent Asht2a1vS.
mahā́--° bhoga 2 [L=160292]
°*bh°) mfn. having a wide girth , having a large compass Katha1s.
mahā́--bhoga 3 [L=160293]
(fr. 2. bhoga) great enjoyment Katha1s.
mahā́--bhoga 3 [L=160294]
(ā)n. causing great enjoyment
(H3) m.
(H3B) mfn.
(H3B) m.
(H3) (
(H3) m.
(H3B) mf
 vyāvartana
vy-° ā* vartana [p= 1039,1] [L=210038]
(ī)n. averting , removing (cf. vigraha-vyāvartanī)

S3am2k.
vy-° ā* vartana [L=210040]
turn (of a road) AV. ChUp.
vy-° ā* vartana [L=210041]
coil (of a snake) Kir.
vy-° ā* vartana [L=210042]
turning away Sa1h.
vy-° ā* vartana [L=210043]
turning round , revolving , encompassing , surrounding W.
(H3) mf
[L=210039]excluding
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
 
śiva
śivá [p= 1074,1] [L=217497]
(ā́)n. (according to Un2. i , 153 , fr. √1. śī , " in whom all things lie " ; perhaps connected with √ śvi cf. śavas , śiśvi) auspicious , propitious , gracious , favourable , benign , kind , benevolent , friendly , dear (°vám ind. kindly , tenderly) RV. &c

BhP.
śivá [L=217499]
happiness , welfare (cf. n.) R. v , 56 , 36
śivá [L=217500]
liberation , final emancipation L.
śivá [p= 1074,2] [p= 1074,1] [L=217501]
" The Auspicious one " , N. of the disintegrating or destroying and reproducing deity (who constitutes the third god of the Hindu trimūrti or Triad , the other two being brahmā " the creator " and viṣṇu " the preserver " ; in the veda the only N. of the destroying deity was rudra " the terrible god " , but in later times it became usual to give that god the euphemistic N. śiva " the auspicious " [just as the Furies were called Εμενίδες " the gracious ones "] , and to assign him the office of creation and reproduction as well as dissolution ; in fact the preferential worship of śiva as developed in the purāas and Epic poems led to his being identified with the Supreme Being by his exclusive worshippers [called śaivas] ; in his character of destroyer he is sometimes called kāla " black " , and is then also identified with " Time " , although his active destroying function is then oftener assigned to his wife under her name kālī , whose formidable character makes her a general object of propitiation by sacrifices ; as presiding over reproduction consequent on destruction śiva's symbol is the liga [q.v.] or Phallus , under which form he is worshipped all over India at the present day ; again one of his representations is as ardha-nārī , " half-female " , the other half being male to symbolize the unity of the generative principle [ RTL. 85] ; he has three eyes , one of which is in his forehead , and which are thought to denote his view of the three divisions of time , past , present , and future , while a moon's crescent , above the central eye , marks the measure of time by months , a serpent round his neck the measure by years , and a second necklace of skulls with other serpents about his person , the perpetual revolution of ages , and the successive extinction and generation of the races of mankind: his hair is thickly matted together , and gathered above his forehead into a coil ; on the top of it he bears the Ganges , the rush of which in its descent from heaven he intercepted by his head that the earth might not be crushed by the weight of the falling stream ; his throat is dark-blue from the stain of the deadly poison which would have destroyed the world had it not been swallowed by him on its production at the churning of the ocean by the gods for the nectar of immortality ; he holds a tri-śūla , or three-pronged trident [also called pināka] in his hand to denote , as some think , his combination of the three attributes of Creator , Destroyer , and Regenerator ; he also carries a kind of drum , shaped like an hour-glass , called amaru: his attendants or servants are called pramatha [q.v.] ; they are regarded as demons or supernatural beings of different kinds , and form various hosts or troops called gaas ; his wife durgā [otherwise called kālī , pārvatī , umā , gaurī , bhavāī &c ] is the chief object of worship with the śāktas and tāntrikas , and in this connection he is fond of dancing [see ṇḍava] and wine-drinking ; he is also worshipped as a great ascetic and is said to have scorched the god of love (kāma-deva) to ashes by a glance from his central eye , that deity having attempted to inflame him with passion for pārvatī whilst he was engaged in severe penance ; in the exercise of his function of Universal Destroyer he is fabled to have burnt up the Universe and all the gods , including brahmā and viṣṇu , by a similar scorching glance , and to have rubbed the resulting ashes upon his body , whence the use of ashes in his worship , while the use of the rudrā*ka berries originated , it is said , from the legend that śiva , on his way to destroy the three cities , called tri-pura , let fall some tears of rage which became converted into these beads: his residence or heaven is kailāsa , one of the loftiest northern peaks of the himā*laya ; he has strictly no incarnations like those of viṣṇu , though vīra-bhadra and the eight bhairavas and khaṇḍobā &c [ RTL. 266] are sometimes regarded as forms of him ; he is especially worshipped at Benares and has even more names than viṣṇu , one thousand and eight being specified in the 69th chapter of the śiva-purāa and in the 17th chapter of the anuśāsana-parvan of the mahā-bhārata , some of the most common being mahā-deva , śambhu , śakara , īśa , īśvara , mahe*śvara , hara ; his sons are gae*śa and kārttikeya) A1s3vS3r. MBh. Ka1v. &c RTL. 73
śivá [L=217502]
a kind of second śiva (with śaivas) , a person who has attained a partic. stage of perfection or emancipation MBh. Sarvad.
śivá [L=217503]
śiva-liga L.
śivá [L=217504]
any god L.
śivá [L=217505]
a euphemistic N. of a jackal (generally śivā f. q.v.)
śivá [L=217506]
sacred writings L.
śivá [L=217507]
(in astron.) N. of the sixth month
śivá [L=217508]
a post for cows (to which they are tied or for them to rub against) L.
śivá [L=217509]
bdellium L.
śivá [L=217510]
the fragrant bark of Feronia Elephantum L.
śivá [L=217511]
Marsilia Dentata L.
śivá [L=217512]
a kind of thorn-apple or = puṇḍarīka (the tree) L.
śivá [L=217513]
quicksilver L. (cf. śiva-bīja)
śivá [L=217514]
a partic. auspicious constellation L.
śivá [L=217515]
a demon who inflicts diseases Hariv.
śivá [L=217516]
= śukra m. kāla m. vasu m. L.
śivá [L=217517]
the swift antelope L.
śivá [L=217518]
rum , spirit distilled from molasses L.
śivá [L=217519]
buttermilk L.
śivá [L=217520]
a ruby L.
śivá [L=217521]
a peg L.
śivá [L=217522]
time L.
śivá [L=217523]
N. of a son of medhā*tithi Ma1rkP.
śivá [L=217524]
of a son of idhma-jihva BhP. @
śivá [L=217525]
of a prince and various authors (also with dīkita , bhaṭṭa , paṇḍita , yajvan , sūri &c ) Cat.
śivá [L=217526]
of a fraudulent person Katha1s.
śivá [L=217527]
(du.) the god śiva and his wife Kir. v , 40 Pracan2d2. i , 20 (cf. Va1m. v , 2 , 1)
śivá [L=217528]
pl. N. of a class of gods in the third manvantara Pur.
śivá [L=217529]
of a class of Brahmans who have attained a partic. degree of perfection like that of śiva MBh.
śivá [L=217531]
welfare , prosperity , bliss (āya , éna or ébhis , " auspiciously , fortunately , happily , luckily " ; śivāya gamyatām , " a prosperous journey to you! ") RV. &c
śivá [L=217532]
final emancipation L.
śivá [L=217533]
water L.
śivá [L=217534]
rock-salt L.
śivá [L=217535]
sea-salt L.
śivá [L=217536]
a kind of borax L.
śivá [L=217537]
iron L.
śivá [L=217538]
myrobalan L.
śivá [L=217539]
Tabernaemontana Coronaria L.
śivá [L=217540]
sandal L.
śivá [L=217541]
N. of a purāa (= śiva-purāa or śaiva) Cat.
śivá [L=217542]
of the house in which the ṇḍavas were to be burnt Ma1rkP.
(H1) mf
[L=217498]happy , fortunate
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(H1B) śivá [L=217543]