The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Lelihana-Licking, play with the tongue


lehanāmanthanākoṭaiḥ strīsukhasya bharāt smṛteḥ |
śaktyabhāve 'pi deveśi bhaved ānandasamplavaḥ || 70 ||



lehana
lehana [p= 903,1] [L=182746]
the act of licking , tasting or lapping with the tongue Sarvad.
(H2) n.


 leha
leha [L=182738]
one who licks , a licker , sipper (madhuno leha , " sipper of honey " , a bee) Bhat2t2.

Sus3r.

L.

of one of the 10 ways in which an eclipse can take place VarBr2S.
leha [p= 906,1] [L=183210]
&c » [p= 903,1].
(H2) m.
[L=182739]anything to be taken by licking or sipping or sucking , an electuary , syrup
[L=182740]food
[L=182741]N.
(H1) lehana

lehin
lehin [p= 903,2] [L=182748]
licking , a licker (» madhu-l°).
(H2) mfn.
 lehya
lehya [L=182750]
to be licked , lickable , to be lapped or licked up or eaten by licking MBh. R. &c
lehya [L=182751]
nectar , sipped food , any food L.
lehya [L=182752]
a syrup , electuary W.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.

 liha
liha [L=182728]
ifc.) " licking " or " being licked " (» abhra-l° and go-l°).
(H2) (




A Sanskrit-English dictionary: etymologically and philologically ... - Page 103
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Ava-lehaka, mfn. licking, MBh. xiii, 2173; {lid), f. ( = -leha before) an extract, electuary, Susr. Ava-lehana, am, n. licking; =-lehikd, Bhpr. Ava-lehin, mfn. lickerish, fond of dainties [BR.; 'srikkim klihana, ie sadd krudd/ia,' Comm . ...
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The roots, verb-forms, and primary derivatives of the Sanskrit ... - Page 148
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]/Uh, 'lick'. Près. [2.] leçjhi etc. в.+, lïdhe etc. в.+ — [6.] lihati etc. в.+ [Perf. etc. lileha, lilihe.] Лor. [1. alehi. ... + lehana s.+ -liha c. -lehaka в . lehya n. + leliha в. + Compare the other loot-form, rih. У 1 H, 'cling'. ...
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 la
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 19.53, 9.76
Whitney Roots links: laq
la [p= 895,3] [L=181234]
cf.lal) cl.1 P. ( Dha1tup. ix , 76) laati , to play , sport , dally Ra1jat. vii , 928  ; 
cl.10 P. laayati , to loll the tongue , put out the tongue , lick Dha1tup. xix , 53  ; 
(
ayati) , to throw , toss ib. xxxv , 81  ; 
to cherish , foster
ib. xxxii , 7  ; 
(
ayate) , to wish , desire ib. xxxii , 15 Vop.
(H1) (
 lih
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 24.6
Whitney Roots links: lih
lih 1 [p= 903,1] [L=182726]
rih) cl.2 P. A1. ( Dha1tup. xxiv , 6) lehi , he (ep. also lihati ; pf. lileha , lilihe Gr. ; fut. le , lekyati , °te ib. ; aor. alikat , alikata and alīha ib. ; inf. lehum ib. ; ind.p. hvā ib.) to lick , lap , lick at (loc.) , taste , sip , take any food by licking or lapping Br. &c  ; 
to lick up = destroy (said of an arrow)
Das3.  ; 
Caus. leháyati (aor. alīlihat) , to cause to lick Br. Sus3r.  ; 
to apply as an electuary
Car. : Desid. lilikati , °te Gr.: Intens. lelihyati , lelehi (p. lelihat °hyat , °hyamana or °hāna q.v.) , to lick frequently or constantly , play with the tongue MBh. R. &c [cf. Gk. λείχω ; Lat. lingo ;Slav. liz5ati ; Lith. le14z3ti ; Germ. le0ccho7n , lecken ; Angl.Sax. liccian ; Eng. lick.]
lih 2 [L=182727]
(ifc.) licking (cf. madhu-l°)

nayanayo " in the eyes ") Sa1h.
lih 2 [L=182727.2]
mild wind L.
(H1) (later form of √
(H2) mfn.
[L=182727.1]perceiving (
(H2B) m.