haṭha - violence , forcehaṭha
violence , force (ibc. , ena , and āt , " by force , forcibly ") R. Ra1jat. Katha1s. &c
|(H2) haṭha [L=260242]||m.|
ibc. and āt , " obstinately , persistently ") Pan5cat. Katha1s.
|[L=260243]||obstinacy , pertinacity (|
ibc. , āt , and ena , " necessarily , inevitably , by all means ") MBh. Ka1v. &c
|[L=260244]||absolute or inevitable necessity (as the cause of all existence and activity ; |
|[L=260248]||going in the rear of an enemy |
means: the violent seizure of someone's property.
ORIGIN late Middle English : from Old French, or from Latin rapina, from rapere ‘seize.’
from Latin rapīna plundering, from rapere to snatch]
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Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 9.50
Dha1tup. ix , 50 ; prob. artificial) cl.1 P. haṭhati , to leap , jump ;
|(H1) haṭh [p= 1287,1] [L=260241]||(only in |
to be wicked ;
to treat with violence , oppress (cf. next) ;
to bind to a post.