Sense-words in Sanskrit




pañcendriya
pañce* ndriya [p= 578,2] [L=114121]
the 5 organs of sense (viz. the eye , ear , nose , tongue , and skin) or the 5 organs of action (viz. hands , feet , larynx , and organs of generation and excretion) W.

N. of a tale
pañce* ndriya [L=114123]
having the 5 organs of sense MBh.
(H3) n.
[L=114122]pl.
(H3B) mfn.

rasana
rasana 1 [p= 869,2] [L=175479]
(for 2. » [p= 870,3]) the act of roaring or screaming or rumbling or thundering , any sound or noise VarBr2S. Ba1lar.

VarBr2S.
rasana 2 [p= 870,3] [L=175822]
(for 1. » [p= 869,2]) phlegm or saliva (regarded as the cause to taste to the tongue) S3a1rn3gS.
rasana 2 [L=175824]
tasting , taste , flavour , savour Ya1jn5. MBh. &c
rasana 2 [L=175825]
the tongue as organ of taste Tarkas.
rasana 2 [L=175826]
the being sensible of (anything) , perception , apprehension , sense Sa1h.
(H2) n.
[L=175480]croaking (of frogs)
(H2) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 rasika
rasika [p= 871,1] [L=175874]
(ā)n. tasteful , elegant Bhartr2.

Ka1v. Katha1s.

loc. or comp.) ib. Ra1jat. Sa1h.

W.

MW.

ib.
rasika [L=175880]
a man full of taste or feeling (cf. a-r°)
rasika [L=175881]
a libertine W.
rasika [L=175882]
Ardea Sibirica L.
rasika [L=175883]
a horse L.
rasika [L=175884]
an elephant L.
rasika [L=175885]
unboiled juice of sugar-cane L.


(H2) mf
[L=175875]having a discriminating taste , aesthetic
[L=175876]having a taste for or a sense of , fond of , devoted to , delighting in (
[L=175877]sentimental
[L=175878]fanciful
[L=175879]lustful
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 rasikatva
rasika--tva [L=175891]
sense of , taste or fondness for , devotion or addiction to (loc.) Ka1v.
(H3) n.

prāāyana
prā* ā* yana [p= 706,1] [L=139708]
(for 2. » below) an organ of sense BhP.
prā* āyana 2 [L=139750]
(for 1. » under prā*a) the offspring of the vital airs VS. (cf. g. naā*di).
(H3) n.
(H2) m.



cetanā
cétanā [p= 397,3] [L=74048]
consciousness , understanding , sense , intelligence Ya1jn5. iii , 175 MBh. &c (often ifc. [f(ā).] Mn. ix , 67 MBh. &c ) (cf. a- , niś- , puru-cét° , vi- , sa- , sú-).
(H2B) f.


 karmendriya
karme* ndriya [p= 259,2] [L=45478]
an organ of action (five in number like the five organs of sense , viz. hand , foot , larynx , organ of generation , and excretion) MBh. Mn. ii , 91 Veda1ntas. 91 , &c
(H3) n.


 śravaendriya
śravae* ndriya [p= 1096,3] [L=222541]
" organ or sense of hearing " , the ear W.
(H3) n.


tvagindriya
tvag--indriya [p= 463,3] [L=89033]
the sense of touch W.
(H3) n.

dvīndriya
dvī* ndriya [p= 506,1] [L=98788]
2 organs of sense (-grāhya mfn. perceptible by 2 senses , sc. sight and touch Bha1sha1p. )
dvī* ndriya [L=98789]
having 2 senses (touch and taste) L.
(H3) n.
(H3B) mfn.


cetayāna
cetayāna [p= 398,1] [L=74063]
(irreg. pr. p.) having sense , reasonable MBh. iii , v , viii R. ii , 109 , 7.
(H2) mfn.

cetanā
cétanā [p= 397,3] [L=74048]
consciousness , understanding , sense , intelligence Ya1jn5. iii , 175 MBh. &c (often ifc. [f(ā).] Mn. ix , 67 MBh. &c ) (cf. a- , niś- , puru-cét° , vi- , sa- , sú-).
(H2B) f.


ajira
ajirá [p= 10,2] [L=2149]
( √ aj) , agile , quick , rapid
ajirá [L=2150]
N. of a nāga priest PBr. ??
ajirá [L=2152]
place to run or fight in , area , court R. &c
ajirá [L=2153]
the body
ajirá [L=2154]
any object of sense , air , wind , a frog L.
ajira [p= 1309,3] [L=301670]
(with āje) a field of battle (cf. samarā*jira), S3is3.
(H1) mfn.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H2) n.





ekendriya
eke* ndriya [p= 230,3] [L=39918]
having but one organ of sense L.
(H3) mfn.


kadindriya
kád--indriya [p= 248,1] [L=42843]
pl. bad organs of sense BhP.
kád--indriya [L=42844]
having bad organs of sense BhP. viii , 3 , 28
(H3) n.
(H3B) mfn.



nirindriya
nir--indriya [p= 540,2] [L=106826]
(ā)n. (nír-) impotent , destitute of manly vigour or strength AV. S3Br. &c

Kat2hUp.

Mn. ix , 18 (or = pramāa-rahita Kull. )

L.
(H3) mf
[L=106826.1]barren (a cow)
[L=106826.2]infirm , weak , frail
[L=106826.3]having no organs of sense



pañcavarga
pañca--varga [p= 577,2] [L=113885]
a class or group or series of 5 e.g. the 5 constituent elements of the body (cf. 1. dhātu) R. ii , 118 , 27

Kull. vii , 154

&c (also f(ī).)
pañca--varga [L=113888]
proceeding in 5 lines or at , times Ka1tyS3r.
pañca--varga [p= 1330,1] [L=335420.5]
also the square of five, VarBr2S.
(H3) m.
[L=113886]the 5 classes of spies (viz. a pilgrim or rogue , an ascetic who has violated his vows , a distressed agriculturist , a decayed merchant , a fictitious devotee)
[L=113887]the 5 organs of sense , the 5 devotional acts
(H3B) mfn.
(H3) m.




Sanskrit words for sense




1 agocara (senses) 2 atīndriya (senses) 3 adṛṣṭārtha (senses) 4 adhyakṣa (senses) 5 anadhyakṣa (senses) 6 anindriya (senses) 7 anubhūti (senses) 8 anta (senses) 9 aprāpyagrahaṇa (senses) 10 ayogya (senses) 11 artha (senses) 12 avagrah (senses) 13 avagraha (senses) 14 avadhijñāna (senses) 15 avadhṛta (senses) 16 avaśedriyacitta (senses) 17 avicalendriya (senses) 18 asaṃyama (senses) 19 astamaya (senses) 20 āyatana (senses) 21 ārūḍha (senses) 22 ālambana (senses) 23 āvartaka (senses) 24 āśrita (senses) 25 āsrava (senses) 26 indriya (senses) 27 indriyagocara (senses) 28 indriyagrāma (senses) 29 indriyabuddhi (senses) 30 indriyabodhana (senses) 31 indriyabodhin (senses) 32 indriyavat (senses) 33 indriyaviṣaya (senses) 34 indriyaśakti (senses) 35 indriyasaṃyama (senses) 36 indriyasvāpa (senses) 37 indriyāgocara (senses) 38 indriyātman (senses) 39 indriyāyatana (senses) 40 indriyārtha (senses) 41 udīritendriya (senses) 42 uddhāra (senses) 43 ṛṣi (senses) 44 aindriya (senses) 45 aindriyaka (senses) 46 aindriyakatva (senses) 47 om (senses) 48 karaṇagrāma (senses) 49 karaṇavyāpāra (senses) 50 kāmaguṇa (senses) 51 kṛ (senses) 52 guptatama (senses) 53 gocara (senses) 54 gopita (senses) 55 caturindriya (senses) 56 calita (senses) 57 cāturarthika (senses) 58 jaya (senses) 59 jitākṣa (senses) 60 jitendriyatva (senses) 61 jñānalakṣaṇā (senses) 62 dṛṣṭahāni (senses) 63 dvīndriya (senses) 64 dvyartha (senses) 65 dhvastadhī (senses) 66 naṣṭamati (senses) 67 naṣṭendriya (senses) 68 nirvikalpaka (senses) 69 niścetas (senses) 70 nivṛttendriya (senses) 71 niṣṭha (senses) 72 paramahaṃsa (senses) 73 parāñc (senses) 74 pārahaṃsya (senses) 75 pra (senses) 76 pratyakṣa (senses) 77 pratyakṣapramā (senses) 78 pratyakṣapramāṇa (senses) 79 pratyakṣavādin (senses) 80 pratyakṣasiddha (senses) 81 pratyāhṛ (senses) 82 pratyāharaṇa (senses) 83 pratyāhāra (senses) 84 pratyupalabdhacetas (senses) 85 pramāṇa (senses) 86 pralīnendriya (senses) 87 bhūta (senses) 88 bhūtendriyajayin (senses) 89 manana (senses) 90 manas (senses) 91 mahāmāyā (senses) 92 mahāyamaka (senses) 93 mithyāpravṛtti (senses) 94 mlānendriya (senses) 95 ya (senses) 96 yatacittendriyānala (senses) 97 yamin (senses) 98 yāvat (senses) 99 rāgaprāpta (senses) 100 rūpādhibodha (senses) 101 labdhasaṃjña (senses) 102 vañc (senses) 103 varam (senses) 104 varṣiman (senses) 105 vaśendriya (senses) 106 vimanas (senses) 107 viklava (senses) 108 vikṣiptendriyadhī (senses) 109 vinaya (senses) 110 vipratipad (senses) 111 viśudh (senses) 112 viṣaya (senses) 113 viṣayābhimukhīkṛti (senses) 114 vihitendriya (senses) 115 vyakta (senses) 116 vyaktamaya (senses) 117 vyāvṛtttendriya (senses) 118 vyāsaṅga (senses) 119 vyutthittendriya (senses) 120 śatendriya (senses) 121 śrotrādi (senses) 122 ṣaḍāyatana (senses) 123 ṣaḍguṇa (senses) 124 ṣaḍvarga (senses) 125 ṣāḍvargika (senses) 126 saṃyat (senses) 127 saṃyam (senses) 128 saṃyatendriya (senses) 129 saṃyatin (senses) 130 saṃyama (senses) 131 saṃyuj (senses) 132 sajja (senses) 133 saṃji (senses) 134 saṃnirudh (senses) 135 samarth (senses) 136 samānopamā (senses) 137 samāhāra (senses) 138 samāhṛti (senses) 139 samudgīrṇa (senses) 140 samyakpravṛtti (senses) 141 sarvadṛś (senses) 142 sākṣātkara (senses) 143 sādhiṣṭha (senses) 144 sādhīyas (senses) 145 sāmānyatodṛṣṭa (senses) 146 sumukha (senses) 147 stamba (senses) 148 sphuṭīkṛ (senses) 149 hataparamārtha (senses) 150 hṛtamānasa (senses) 151 hṛṣīkanātha (senses) 152 hṛṣīkeśa (senses) 153 hetu (senses) 154 avaśyendriya (senses) 155 indriyavikāatā (senses)

 agocara

a-gocara [p= 5,1] [L=874]
not within range , unattainable , inaccessible (cf. driṣṭy-agocara) , imperceptible by the senses
a-gocara [L=875]
anything that is beyond the cognizance of the senses
a-gocara [L=876]
brahma
a-gocara [L=877]
the not being seen , absence
a-gocara [p= 1309,1] [L=300950]
m. after "Brahma"

(H1) 

mfn.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H2) insett

 atīndriya

atīndriya [p= 16,2] [L=3331]
beyond the (cognizance of the) senses
atīndriya [L=3332]
(in khya phil.) the soul
atīndriya [L=3333]
N. of pradhāna
atīndriya [L=3334]
the mind.

(H1) 

mfn.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.

 adṛṣṭārtha

adṛṣṭā* rtha [p= 18,3] [L=3762]
having an object not evident to the senses (as a science) , transcendental.

(H3) 

mfn.

 adhyaka

ádhy-aka [p= 23,1] [L=4566]
(ā)n. perceptible to the senses , observable

ádhy-aka [L=4568]
an eye-witness
ádhy-aka [L=4569]
an inspector , superintendent
ádhy-aka [L=4570]
the plant Mimusops Kauki (kīrikā).

(H1) 

mf
[L=4567]exercising supervision
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.

 anadhyaka

an-adhyaka [p= 24,3] [L=4893]
not perceptible by the senses , not observable

(H1) 

mfn.
[L=4894]without a superintendent.

 anindriya

an-indriya [p= 29,3] [L=5799]
that which is not the senses , the soul , the reason L.

(H1) 

n.

 anubhūti

anu-bhūti [p= 36,3] [L=6936]
perception


phil.) knowledge gained by means of the four pramāas (perception by the senses , inference , comparison , and verbal authority)

(H2) 

f.
[L=6937]knowledge from any source but memory
[L=6938](in
[L=6939]dignity , consequence.

 anta

ánta [p= 42,3] [L=7901]
end , limit , boundary , term








e.g. grāmā*nte , in the outskirts of the village)




e) loc. c. in the end , at last

ánta [L=7915.1]
near , handsome , agreeable L. ([cf. Goth. andeis , Theme andja ; Germ. Ende ; Eng. end: with anta are also compared the Gk. ντα , ντί ; Lat. ante ; the Goth. anda in anda-vaurd , &c ; and the Germ. ent e.g. in entsagen]).
anta [p= 1312,3] [L=308230]
antena, "finally", Ma1nGr2.

- √k, "to fight obstinately", MBh.

antam parikramya, "walking to and fro", ib.)

(H1) 

m.
[L=7902]end of a texture
[L=7903]end , conclusion
[L=7904]end of life , death , destruction (in these latter senses some times neut.)
[L=7905]a final syllable , termination
[L=7906]last word of a compound
[L=7907]pause , settlement , definite ascertainment , certainty
[L=7908]whole amount
[L=7909]border , outskirt (
[L=7910]nearness , proximity , presence
[L=7911]inner part , inside
[L=7912]condition , nature
[L=7913](
[L=7914]in the inside
(H1B) mfn.
(H2) (add,
[L=308230.1]antāya
[L=308230.2]antād

 aprāpyagrahaa

a-prā* pya--grahaa [p= 59,2] [L=10832]
perception of an object though the senses are not in any direct connection with it Nya1yad.

(H3) 

n.

 ayogya

a-yogya [p= 86,1] [L=14940]
unfit , unsuitable , useless Ka1tyS3r. &c

Ya1jn5. ii , 235 Bhat2t2.

loc.) Ven2is.

khya phil.) not ascertainable &c by the senses , immaterial.

(H2) 

mfn.
[L=14941]incapable , not qualified for
[L=14942]not adequate to , not a match for (
[L=14943](in

 artha

ártha [p= 90,3] [p= 90,2] [L=15840]
([in RV. i-ix only n. ; in RV. x six times n. and thrice m. ; in later Sanskrit only m.]) aim , purpose (very often artham , arthena , arthāya , and arthe ifc. or with gen. " for the sake of , on account of , in behalf of , for ")

Mn. ii , 213 , &c

kāma and dharma » tri-varga ; used in wishing well to another dat. or gen. Pa1n2. 2-3 , 73)

S3Br. xiv)

VarBr2S.

Su1ryas.


astron.) N. of the second mansion , the mansion of wealth (cf , dhana) VarBr2S.

dharma arid buddhi BhP.

acc. ártham with √ i , or gam , to go to one's business , take up one's work RV. &c )


instr.) , wanting , needing anything (instr.) , SBr , &c

cf. artha-śabdauandarthāt s.v. below and vedatattvā*rtha-vid)

L. , prohibition , prevention L.

argha q.v.) L.
artha [p= 1316,2] [L=313940]
comp.)

(H1) 

mn.
[L=15841]cause , motive , reason
[L=15842]advantage , use , utility (generally named with
[L=15843]thing , object (said of the membrum virile
[L=15844]object of the senses
[L=15845](hence) the number " five " ,
[L=15846]substance , wealth , property , opulence , money
[L=15847](hence in
[L=15848]personified as the son of
[L=15849]affair , concern (Ved. often
[L=15850](in law) lawsuit , action
[L=15851]having to do with (
[L=15852]sense , meaning , notion (
[L=15853]manner , kind
[L=15854]price (for
(H2) (in

 avagrah

ava- √ grah [p= 97,3] [L=17148]
hāti (Pot. -gh īyāt) to let loose , let go La1t2y.  ; 
to keep back from (
abl.) , impede , stop PBr. ?? Car. Ka1d.  ; 
to divide
Sus3r.  ; 
(in
Gr.) to separate (as words or parts of a word) S3a1n3khS3r. &c (cf. ava-grāham below)  ; 
to perceive (with one's senses) , distinguish
BhP. Sus3r. : Caus. (ind.p. -grāhya) to separate (into pieces).

(H1) 

-g

 avagraha

ava-graha [L=17151]
separation of the component parts of a compound , or of the stem and certain suffixes and terminations (occurring in the pada text of the vedas) Pra1t. &c

Pra1t.

VPra1t. Pa1n2. 8-4 , 26, the chief member of a word so separated Pra1t.

PBr. ?? &c

= vara pratibandha Pa1n2. 3-3 , 51) drought Ragh. Katha1s.

L.

Jain.

L.

L.

L.

L.
ava-graha [p= 1317,1] [L=314480]
a

(H2) 

m.
[L=17152]the mark or the interval of such a separation
[L=17153]the syllable or letter after which the separation occurs
[L=17154]obstacle , impediment , restraint
[L=17155](
[L=17156]nature , original temperament
[L=17157]" perception with the senses " , a form of knowledge
[L=17158]an imprecation or term of abuse
[L=17159]an elephant's forehead
[L=17160]a herd of elephants
[L=17161]an iron hook with which elephants are driven
(H2) (also) mark of the elision of an initial

 avadhijñāna

ava-dhí--jñāna [p= 99,3] [L=17461.1]
" perception extending as far as the furthest limits of the world " i.e. the faculty of perceiving even what is not within the reach of the senses , N. of the third degree of knowledge Jain.

(H3) 

n.

 avadhta

ava-dhta [p= 100,1] [L=17518]
ascertained , determined , certain, KaushBr. &c

MBh. xiii , 3544, understood , made out Comm. on Mn. iii , 135
ava-dhta [L=17520]
pl. (in khya phil.) the organs of senses

(H2) 

mfn.
[L=17519]heard , learnt
(H2B) n.

 avaśedriyacitta

avaśe* driya-citta [p= 104,1] [L=18135]
whose mind and senses are not held in subjection Hit.

(H3) 

mfn.

 avicalendriya

avicale* ndriya [p= 108,1] [L=18708]
whose senses do not waver , i.e. are under control BhP.

(H3) 

mfn.

 asayama

a-sayama [p= 117,2] [L=20366]
non-restraint (as of one's senses) Hit.

(H2) 

m.

 astamaya

ásta--m-ayá [p= 122,2] [L=21260]
setting (of the sun) S3Br. ChUp. &c

Kat2hUp. (said of the senses) Ragh.

(H3) 

m.
[L=21261]disappearance , vanishing , perishing

 āyatana

ā-yátana [p= 148,1] [L=25729]
resting-place , support , seat , place , home , house , abode TS. S3Br. ChUp. AitBr. Mn. Ya1jn5. Kum. &c

= agny-āyatana) Ka1tyS3r. A1s3vS3r. and A1s3vGr2.



ChUp. R. Mn. Pan5cat. &c


Ya1jn5. ii , 154

Sus3r.

manas (considered as the inner seats or āyatanas) and the qualities perceived by the above (the outer āyatanas) .

(H2) 

n.
[L=25730]the place of the sacred fire (
[L=25731]an altar
[L=25732]a shed for sacrifices
[L=25733]a sanctuary
[L=25734]a plot of ground , the site of a house
[L=25735]a barn
[L=25736]the cause of a disease
[L=25737](with Buddhists) the five senses and

 ārūha

ā-rūha [p= 151,1] [L=26281]
mounted , ascended , bestridden (as a horse &c ) MBh. Hariv. BhP.


VarBr2S. Pan5cat. Hit. Katha1s. &c


e.g. indriyā*ha , brought under the cognizance of the senses , perceived) BhP.

BhP. Prab. S3ak. Katha1s. &c
ā-rūha [L=26287]
the mounting , arising.
ā-rūha [p= 1320,1] [L=319900]
Divya7v.
ā-rūha [L=319900.1]
barley, L.
ā-rūha [L=319900.2]
partic. samādhi, Ka1ran2d2.
ā-rūha [L=319900.3]
leaping upon, covering, Hariv.

(H2) 

mfn.
[L=26282]risen
[L=26283]raised up , elevated on high
[L=26284]undertaken
[L=26285]reached , brought to (often used in compounds
[L=26286]having reached or attained , come into (a state)
(H2B) n.
(H2) (also) one who has taken a vow,
(H2B) m.
(H2B) a
(H2B) n.

 ālambana

ā-lambana [p= 153,2] [L=26736]
depending on or resting upon

Pa1n2.

Megh.

Prab. Kat2hUp.


Sa1h.
ā-lambana [L=26742]
the mental exercise practised by the yogin in endeavouring to realize the gross form of the Eternal VP.
ā-lambana [L=26743]
silent repetition of a prayer ([ W. ])
ā-lambana [L=26744]
(with Buddhists) the five attributes of things (apprehended by or connected with the five senses , viz. form , sound , smell , taste , and touch ; also dharma or law belonging to manas).

(H2) 

n.
[L=26737]hanging from
[L=26738]supporting , sustaining
[L=26739]foundation , base
[L=26740]reason , cause
[L=26741](in rhetoric) the natural and necessary connection of a sensation with the cause which excites it
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.

 āvartaka

ā-vartaka [p= 156,2] [L=27224]
a kind of venomous insect Sus3r.

of a form of cloud personified Kum. Ragh.





ā-var--° taka [p= 1320,2] [L=320270.1]
mfn. bringing back (?), Bcar. ix, 6

(H2) 

m.
[L=27225]N.
[L=27226]a depression above the frontal ridge or over the eyebrows
[L=27227]whirlpool
[L=27228]revolution
[L=27229]excitement of the mind from the influence of the senses
[L=27230]a curl of hair
(H3) (also)

 āśrita

ā-śrita [p= 158,3] [L=27686]
attaching one's self to , joining


MBh. Katha1s. Ra1jat. Kum. &c

R. Hariv. BhP. Ma1rkP. &c

MBh. R. Ya1jn5. VarBr2S. &c



Mn. MBh. BhP. Kum. Pan5cat. &c

Bhag. R.

Katha1s. BhP. Ra1jat.

Katha1s. Pan5cat. Ragh. BhP.

Katha1s. Ra1jat.
ā-śrita [L=27698]
a dependant , subject , servant , follower Kum. Hit. Ya1jn5. &c
ā-śrita [L=27699]
(with Buddhists) an object perceived by the senses and manas or mind.

(H2) 

mfn.
[L=27687]having recourse to , resorting to as a retreat or asylum , seeking refuge or shelter from
[L=27688]subject to , depending on
[L=27689]relating or belonging to , concerning
[L=27690]inhabiting , dwelling in , resting on , being anywhere , taking one's station at
[L=27691]following , practising , observing
[L=27692]using , employing
[L=27693]receiving anything as an inherent or integral part
[L=27694]regarding , respecting
[L=27695]taken or sought as a refuge or shelter
[L=27696]inhabited , occupied
[L=27697]chosen , preferred , taken as rule
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.

 āsrava

ā-srava [p= 162,1] [L=28247]
the foam on boiling rice L.

Sarvad.

jainas) the action of the senses which impels the soul towards external objects (one of the seven sattvas or substances ; it is two fold , as good or evil) Sarvad.

L.
ā-srava [p= 1320,3] [L=320940]
(with Buddh. ) impurity, defilement, sin

jainas) the influence or action of body and mind and speech in impelling the soul to generate Karma.

(H2) 

m.
[L=28248]a door opening into water and allowing the stream to descend through it
[L=28249](with
[L=28250]distress , affliction , pain
(H2) m.
[L=320940.1](with

 indriya

indriyá [p= 167,2] [L=29215]
fit for or belonging to or agreeable to indra RV. AV. VS.
indriyá [L=29216]
a companion of indra(?) RV. i , 107 , 2 AV. xix , 27 , 1
indriyá [L=29217]
power , force , the quality which belongs especially to the mighty indra RV. AV. VS. TS. AitBr. S3Br.
indriyá [L=29218]
exhibition of power , powerful act RV. VS.
indriyá [L=29219]
bodily power , power of the senses
indriyá [L=29220]
virile power AV. VS. S3Br.
indriyá [L=29221]
semen virile VS. Ka1tyS3r. MBh. &c
indriyá [L=29222]
faculty of sense , sense , organ of sense AV. Sus3r. Mn. Ragh. Kir. &c
indriyá [L=29223]
the number five as symbolical of the five senses. (In addition to the five organs of perception , buddhī*ndriyāi or jñāne*ndriyāi , i.e. eye , ear , nose , tongue , and skin , the Hindus enumerate five organs of action , karme*ndriyāi i.e. larynx , hand , foot , anus , and parts of generation ; between these ten organs and the soul or ātman stands manas or mind , considered as an eleventh organ ; in the vedānta , manas , buddhi , ahakāra , and citta form the four inner or internal organs , antar-indriyāi , so that according to this reckoning the organs are fourteen in number , each being presided over by its own ruler or niyant ; thus , the eye by the Sun , the ear by the Quarters of the world , the nose by the two aśvins , the tongue by pracetas , the skin by the Wind , the voice by Fire , the hand by indra , the foot by viṣṇu , the anus by mitra , the parts of generation by prajāpati , manas by the Moon , buddhi by brahman , ahakāra by śiva , citta by viṣṇu as acyuta ; in the nyāya philosophy each organ is connected with its own peculiar element , the nose with the Earth , the tongue with Water , the eye with Light or Fire , the skin with Air , the ear with Ether ; the jainas divide the whole creation into five sections , according to the number of organs attributed to each being.)
indriya [p= 1321,1] [L=321420]
comp.)

(H2) 

mfn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2) (in

 indriyagocara

indriyá--gocara [p= 167,2] [L=29226]
being within the range of the senses , perceptible , capable of being ascertained by the senses.

(H3) 

mfn.

 indriyagrāma

indriyá--grāma [L=29227]
the assemblage of the organs , the senses or organs of sense collectively Veda1ntas. 232 Mn. MBh.

(H3) 

m.

 indriyabuddhi

indriyá--buddhi [L=29233]
perception by the senses , the exercise of any sense , the faculty of any organ.

(H3) 

f.

 indriyabodhana

indriyá--bodhana [L=29234]
arousing the bodily powers , sharpening the senses Sus3r.
indriyá--bodhana [L=29235]
any excitement of sense , an object of perception , a stimulus , &c

(H3) 

mfn.
(H3B) n.

 indriyabodhin

indriyá--bodhin [L=29236]
arousing the bodily powers , sharpening the senses Sus3r.
indriyá--bodhin [L=29237]
any excitement of sense , an object of perception , a stimulus , &c

(H3) 

mfn.
(H3B) n.

 indriyavat

indriyá--vat [L=29239]
having senses BhP.

» also indriyā-vat.)

(H3) 

mfn.
[L=29240](

 indriyaviaya

indriyá--viaya [L=29243]
any object of the senses.

(H3) 

m.

 indriyaśakti

indriyá--śakti [L=29245]
power of the senses Bhartr2. Kap.

(H3) 

f.

 indriyasayama

indriyá--sayama [L=29246]
restraint of the senses.
indriya--sayamá [p= 1321,1] [L=321420.5]
S3Br. )

(H3) 

m.
(H3) (

 indriyasvāpa

indriyá--svāpa [p= 167,2] [L=29247]
sleep of the senses , unconsciousness , insensibility

L.

(H3) 

m.
[L=29248]the end of the world

 indriyāgocara

indriyā* gocara [L=29249]
imperceptible by the senses.

(H3) 

mfn.

 indriyātman

indriyā* tman [L=29250]
" having the senses for soul " , identical or one with the senses

of viṣṇu VP. v , 18 , 50.

(H3) 

m.
[L=29251]N.

 indriyāyatana

indriyā* yatana [L=29252]
the residence of the senses

L.

(H3) 

n.
[L=29253]the body

 indriyārtha

indriyā* rtha [L=29254]
an object of sense (as sound , smell , &c ) , anything exciting the senses Mn. MBh. Pan5cat. Ragh. &c

(H3) 

m.

 udīritendriya

udīrite* ndriya [p= 186,2] [L=32689]
one whose senses are excited Kum. iv , 41.

(H3) 

mfn.

 uddhāra

ud-dhārá [p= 189,1] [L=33135]
» 2. ud-dh.
ud-dhārá [p= 189,2] [L=33185]
(in some senses perhaps from 1. ud-dh) , the act of raising , elevating , lifting up

Gaut. MBh. Comm. on Br2A1rUp.



Mn. Comm. on Ya1jn5.


TS. S3Br. AitBr. Mn. &c

Comm. on Kir. x , 10

MBh. Prab. &c


W.

W.

W.

esp. one not bearing interest) , Ka1tyDh. ??

Das3.


Car. Comm. on Nya1yad.
ud-dhārá [L=33203]
a fire-place L.

(H1) 

&c
(H2) m.
[L=33186]drawing out , pulling out
[L=33187]removing , extinction , payment (of a debt)
[L=33188]taking away , deduction
[L=33189]omission
[L=33190]selection , a part to be set aside , selected part
[L=33191]exception
[L=33192]selecting (a passage) , selection , extract (of a book)
[L=33193]extraction , deliverance , redemption , extrication
[L=33194]a portion , share
[L=33195]a surplus (given by the Hindu law to the eldest son beyond the shares of the younger ones)
[L=33196]the first part of a patrimony
[L=33197]the sixth part of booty taken in war (which belongs to the prince)
[L=33198]a debt (
[L=33199]obligation
[L=33200]recovering property
[L=33201]refutation
(H2B) n.

 ṛṣi

ṛ́ṣi [p= 226,3] [L=39047]
( √2. ṛṣ Comm. on Un2. iv , 119 ; ṛṣati jñānena sasāra-pāram T. ; perhaps fr. an obsolete √ṛṣ for √dś , " to » ? " cf. ṛṣi-kt) , a singer of sacred hymns , an inspired poet or sage , any person who alone or with others invokes the deities in rhythmical speech or song of a sacred character (e.g. the ancient hymn-singers kutsa , atri , rebha , agastya , kuśika , vasiṣṭha , vy-aśva) RV. AV. VS. &c

ṛṣis were regarded by later generations as patriarchal sages or saints , occupying the same position in India history as the heroes and patriarchs of other countries , and constitute a peculiar class of beings in the early mythical system , as distinct from gods , men , asuras , &c AV. x , 10 , 26 S3Br. AitBr. Ka1tyS3r. Mn. &c
227,1] [L=39049]
i.e. according to orthodox Hindu ideas they are the inspired personages to whom these hymns were revealed , and such an expression as " the ṛṣi says " is equivalent to " so it stands in the sacred text "

ṛṣis , sapta ṛṣaya , or saptaṛṣaya or saptaraya , are often mentioned in the brāhmaas and later works as typical representatives of the character and spirit of the pre-historic or mythical period

S3Br. xiv , 5 , 2 , 6 their names are given as follows , gotama , bharadvāja , viśvā-mitra , jamadagni , vasiṣṭha , kaśyapa , and atri

MBh. xii , marīci , atri , agiras , pulaha , kratu , pulastya , vasiṣṭha are given as the names of the ṛṣis of the first manvantara , and they are also called prajāpatis or patriarchs

ṛṣis of the subsequent manv-antaras are enumerated in Hariv. 417 ff.

pracetas or daka , bhgu , and nārada , these ten being created by manu svāyambhuva for the production of all other beings including gods and men A1s3vS3r. MBh. VP. &c

astron. the seven ṛṣis form the constellation of " the Great Bear " RV. x , 82 , 2 AV. vi , 40 , 1 S3Br. A1s3vGr2. MBh. &c

ṛṣis may stand for the seven senses or the seven vital airs of the body VS. xxxiv S3Br. xiv Ka1tyS3r. )

devaris , brahmaris , and rājaris ; sometimes seven , four others being added , viz. maharis , paramaris , śrutaris , and ṇḍaris) Mn. iv , 94

S3ak. Ragh. &c

Hcat.

mantra composed by a ṛṣi

veda Comm. on MBh. and Pat.




L.

Cyprinus ṛṣi L. ; ([cf. Hib. arsan , " a sage , a man old in wisdom " ; arrach , " old , ancient , aged. "]) ,
ṛṣi [p= 1323,1] [L=325190]
comp.)

(H1) 

m.
[L=39048]the
[p= they are the authors or rather seers of the Vedic hymns
[L=39050]seven
[L=39051]in
[L=39052]in
[L=39053]the names of the
[L=39054]afterwards three other names are added , viz.
[L=39055]in
[L=39056](metaphorically the seven
[L=39057]a saint or sanctified sage in general , an ascetic , anchorite (this is a later sense ; sometimes three orders of these are enumerated , viz.
[L=39058]xi , 236
[L=39059]the seventh of the eight degrees of Brahmans
[L=39060]a hymn or
[L=39061]the
[L=39062]a symbolical expression for the number seven
[L=39063]the moon
[L=39064]an imaginary circle
[L=39065]a ray of light
[L=39066]the fish
(H2) (in

 aindriya

aindriya [p= 234,2] [L=40482]
(fr. indriya) , relating to the senses , sensual BhP. Comm. on Nya1yad.
aindriya [L=40483]
sensual pleasure , world of senses BhP.

(H1) 

mfn.
(H1B) n.

 aindriyaka

aindriyaka [L=40485]
relating to the senses , sensual Car. VP.

(H2) 

mfn.

 aindriyakatva

aindriyaka--tva [L=40486]
the state of relating to senses Comm. on Nya1yad.

(H3) 

n.

 om

óm [p= 235,3] [L=40704]
( √av Un2. i , 141 ; originally o = ā , which may be derived from ā BRD. ), a word of solemn affirmation and respectful assent , sometimes translated by " yes , verily , so be it " (and in this sense compared with Amen ; it is placed at the commencement of most Hindu works , and as a sacred exclamation may be uttered [but not so as to be heard by ears profane] at the beginning and end of a reading of the vedas or previously to any prayer ; it is also regarded as a particle of auspicious salutation [Hail!] ; om appears first in the upaniads as a mystic monosyllable , and is there set forth as the object of profound religious meditation , the highest spiritual efficacy being attributed not only to the whole word but also to the three sounds a , u , m , of which it consists ; in later times om is the mystic name for the Hindu triad , and represents the union of the three gods , viz. a (viṣṇu) , u (śiva) , m (brahmā) ; it may also be typical of the three vedas ; om is usually called praava , more rarely akara , or ekākara , and only in later times okāra) VS. S3Br. ChUp. &c

om at the beginning of their vidyā aakarī or mystical formulary in six syllables [viz. om mai padme hū] ; according to T. om may be used in the following senses: praave , ārambhe , svīkāre , anumatau , apā*ktau , asvīkāre , magale , śubhe , jñeye , brahmai ; with preceding a or ā , the o of om does not form vddhi (au) , but gua (o) Pa1n2. 6-1 , 95.)

(H1) 

ind.
[L=40704.1](Buddhists place

 karaagrāma

káraa--grāma [p= 254,1] [L=44243]
the senses collectively L.

(H3) 

m.

 karaavyāpāra

káraa--vyāpāra [L=44258]
action of the senses T.

(H3) 

m.

 kāmagua

kā́ma--gua [p= 272,1] [L=48006]
" quality of desire " , affection , passion


kā́ma--gua [L=48009]
the objects of the five senses , sensual enjoyments Lalit. 225 , 4.

(H3) 

m.
[L=48007]satiety , perfect enjoyment
[L=48008]an object of sense
(H3B) m. pl.

 k
Whitney Roots links: kf1, kf3

k 1 [p= 301,1] [p= Page301,2] [p= Page301,3] [p= 300,3] [L=54148]
cl.2 P. 2. sg. kári du. kthás pl. kthá ; A1. 2. sg. kṛṣé ; impf. 2. and 3. sg. ákar , 3. sg. rarely ákat ( S3Br. iii , xi) ; 3. du. ákartām ; pl. ákarma , ákarta (also BhP. ix) , ákran (aor. , according to Pa1n2. 4-2 , 80 Ka1s3. ) ; A1. ákri ( RV. x , 159 , 4 and 174 , 4) , ákthās ( RV. v , 30 , 8) , ákta ( RV. ) ; akrātām ( S3a1n3khS3r. ) , ákrata ( RV. AV. ) : Impv. kdhí (also MBh. i , 5141 and BhP. viii) , ktám,k ; A1. kṛṣ , kdhvám ; Subj. 2. and 3. sg. kar pl. kárma , kárta and kartana , kran ; A1. 3. sg. kta ( RV. ix , 69 , 5) , 3. pl. kránta ( RV. i , 141 , 3) : Pot. kriyāma ( RV. x , 32 , 9) ; pr. p. P. (nom. pl.) krántas A1. krāá. (II) cl.1 P. kárasi , kárati , kárathas , káratas , káranti ; A1. kárase , kárate , kárāmahe: impf. ákaram , ákaras , ákarat (aor. , according to Pa1n2. 3-1 , 59) : Impv. kára , káratam , káratām: Subj. káram , kárāi , káras , kárat , kárāma , káran ; A1. karāmahai ; pr. p. f. kárantī ( Naigh. ) (III) cl.5 P. kṛṇómi , °ói , °óti , kṛṇuthás , kṛṇmás and kṛṇmasi , kṛṇuthá , kṛṇvánti ; A1. kṛṇ , kṛṇué , kṛṇuté , 3. du. kṛṇvaíte ( RV. vi , 25 , 4) ; pl. kṛṇmáhe , kṛṇváte: impf. ákṛṇos , ákṛṇot , ákṛṇutam , ákṛṇuta and °otana ( RV. i , 110 , 8) , ákṛṇvan ; A1. 3. sg. ákṛṇuta pl. ákṛṇudhvam , ákṛṇvata: Impv. kṛṇú or kṛṇuhí or kṛṇutā́t , kṛṇótu , kṛṇutám , kṛṇutā́m , 2. pl. kṛṇutá or kṛṇóta or kṛṇótana , 3. pl. kṛṇvántu ; A1. kṛṇu , kṛṇutā́m , kṛṇvā́thām , kṛṇudhvám: Subj. kṛṇávas , °ávat or °ávāt , kṛṇávāva , °ávāma , °ávātha , °ávatha , °ávan ; A1. kṛṇávai (once °avā RV. x , 95 , 2) , kṛṇavase (also S3vetUp. ii , 7 v.l. °vase) , kṛṇavate , kṛṇávāvahai , kṛṇávāmahai , 3. pl. kṛṇávanta ( RV. ) or kṛṇavante or kṛṇvata ( RV. ) : Pot. A1. kṛṇvītá ; pr. p. P. kṛṇvát (f. °vatī́) A1. kṛṇá. (IV) cl.8. (this is the usual formation in the brāhmaas ; sūtras , and in classical Sanskrit) P. karómi (ep. kurmi MBh. iii , 10943 R. ii , 12 , 33) ; kurvás,kuruthás,kurutás,kurmás ([kulmas in an interpolation after RV. x , 128]) , kuruthá,kurvánti ; A1. kurvé , &c , 3. pl. kurváte ( Pa1n2. 6-4 , 108-110) : impf. akaravam , akaros , akarot , akurva , &c ; A1. 3. sg. akuruta pl. akurvata: Impv. kuru , karotu (in the earlier language 2. and 3. sg. kurutāt , 3. sg. also BhP. vi , 4 , 34) , kuruta or kurutana ( Nir. iv , 7) ; A1. kuruva , kurudhvam , kurvátām: Subj. karavāi , karavas , °vāt , °vāva or °vāvas ( Pa1n2. 3-4 , 98 Ka1s3. ) , °vāma or °vāmas (ib.) , °vātha , °van ; A1. karavai , kuruthās , karavāvahai ( TUp. ; °he MBh. iii , 10762) , karavaithe,°vaite ( Pa1n2. 3-4 , 95 , Ka1s3. ) , °vāmahai(°he MBh. R. i , 18 , 12) : Pot. P. kuryām A1. kurvīya ( Pa1n2. 6-4 , 109 and 110) ; pr. p. P. kurvát (f. °vatī́) ; A1. kurvāá: perf. P. cakā́ra , cakártha , cak , cak , cakrá ( Pa1n2. 7-2 , 13) ; A1. cakré , cakriré ; p. cakvas (acc. cakrúam RV. x , 137 , 1) ; A1. cakrāa ( Vop. ) : 2nd fut. kariyáti ; Subj. 2. sg. kariyā́s ( RV. iv , 30 , 23) ; 1st fut. kártā: Prec. kriyāsam: aor. P. Ved. cakaram ( RV. iv , 42 , 6) , acakrat ( RV. iv , 18 , 12) , ácakriran ( RV. viii , 6 , 20) ; A1. 1. sg. kske ( RV. x , 49 , 7) ; Class. akārīt ( Pa1n2. 7-2 , 1 Ka1s3. ; once akāraīt BhP. i , 10 , 1) ; Pass. aor. reflex. akāri and akta ( Pa1n2. 3-1 , 62 Ka1s3. ) : Inf. kártum , Ved. kártave , kártavaí , kártos (» ss.vv.) ; ind.p. ktvā́ , Ved. ktvī́ ([ RV. ]) and ktvā́ya ([ TS. iv , v])  ; 
to do , make , perform , accomplish , cause , effect , prepare , undertake
RV. &c  ; 
to do anything for the advantage or injury of another (
gen. or loc.) MBh. R. &c  ; 
to execute , carry out (as an order or command)
ib.  ; 
to manufacture , prepare , work at , elaborate , build
ib.  ; 
to form or construct one thing out of another (
abl. or instr.) R. i , 2 , 44 Hit. &c  ; 
to employ , use , make use of (
instr.) S3vetUp. Mn. x , 91 MBh. &c  ; 
to compose , describe
R. i  ; 
to cultivate
Ya1jn5. ii , 158 (cf. Mn. x , 114)  ; 
to accomplish any period , bring to completion , spend (
e.g. varāi daśa cakru , " they spent ten years " MBh. xv , 6 ; kaa kuru , " wait a moment " MBh. ; cf. kritakaa)  ; 
to place , put , lay , bring , lead , take hold of (
acc. or loc. or instr. e.g. ardhá-k , to take to one's own side or party , cause to share in (gen. ; » 2. ardhá) ; haste or au-k , to take by the hand , marry Pa1n2. 1-4 , 77 ; hdayena-k , to place in one's heart , love Mr2icch. ; hdi-k , to take to heart , mind , think over , consider Ra1jat. v , 313 ; manasi-k id. R. ii , 64 , 8 Hcar. ; to determine , purpose [ind.p. °si-ktvā or °si-ktya] Pa1n2. 1-4 , 75 ; vaśe-k , to place in subjection , become master of Mn. ii , 100)  ; 
to direct the thoughts , mind ,
&c (mánas [ RV. Mn. MBh. &c ] or buddhim [ Nal. xxvi , 10] or matim [ MBh. R. ] or bhāvam [ib.] , &c ) towards any object , turn the attention to , resolve upon , determine on (loc. dat. inf. , or a sentence with iti e.g. mā śoke mana kthā , do not turn your mind to grief Nal. xiv , 22 ; gamanāya mati cakre , he resolved upon going R. i , 9 , 55 ; alābu samutsraṣṭu manaś cakre , he resolved to create a gourd MBh. iii , 8844 ; draṣṭā tavā*smī*ti mati cakāra , he determined to see him MBh. iii , 12335)  ; 
to think of (
acc.) R. i , 21 , 14  ; 
to make , render (with two
acc. e.g. ādityaṣṭhām akurvata , they made the sun their goal AitBr. iv , 7) RV. S3Br. &c  ; 
to procure for another , bestow , grant (with
gen. or loc.) RV. VS. S3Br. &c  ; 
A1. to procure for one's self , appropriate , assume S3Br. Br2A1rUp. Mn. vii , 10 &c  ; 
to give aid , help any one to get anything (
dat.) RV. VS.  ; 
to make liable to (
dat.) RV. iii , 41 , 6 S3Br. iv  ; 
to injure , violate (
e.g. kanyā-k , to violate a maiden) Mn. viii , 367 and 369  ; 
to appoint , institute
ChUp. Mn.  ; 
to give an order , commission
Mn. R. ii , 2 , 8  ; 
to cause to get rid of , free from (
abl. or -tas) Pa1n2. 5-4 , 49 Ka1s3.  ; 
to begin (
e.g. cakre śobhayitum purīm , they began to adorn the city) R. ii , 6 , 10  ; 
to proceed , act , put in practice
VS. S3Br. AitBr. &c  ; 
to worship , sacrifice
RV. S3Br. Mn. iii , 210  ; 
to make a sound (
svaram or śabdam) MBh. iii , 11718 Pa1n2. (iv , 4 , 34 Hit. ) , utter , pronounce (often ifc. with the sounds pha , phut , bhā , a , svadhā́ , svā́hā , hi) , pronounce any formula ( Mn. ii , 74 and xi , 33)  ; 
(with numeral adverbs ending in
dhā) to divide , separate or break up into parts (e.g. dvidhā-k , to divide into two parts , ind.p. dvidhā ktvā or dvidhā-ktya or -kāram Pa1n2. 3-4 , 62 ; sahasradhā-k , to break into a thousand pieces)  ; 
(with adverbs ending in
vat) to make like or similar , consider equivalent (e.g. rājya tṛṇa-vat ktvā , valuing the kingdom like a straw Vet. )  ; 
(with adverbs ending in
sāt) to reduce anything to , cause to become , make subject (» ātma-sāt , bhasma-sāt) Pa1n2. 5-4 , 52 ff. The above senses of √k may be variously modified or almost infinitely extended according to the noun with which this root is connected , as in the following examples: sakhya-k , to contract friendship with  ; 
pūjā-k , to honour  ; 
rājya-k , to reign  ; 
sneha-k , to show affection  ; 
ājñā or nideśa or śāsana or kāma or yācanā or vaca or vacana or vākya-k , to perform any one's command or wish or request &c  ; 
dharma-k , to do one's duty Mn. vii , 136  ; 
nakhāni-k , " to clean one's nails " » kta-nakha  ; 
udaka ([ Mn. Ya1jn5. R. Das3. ]) or salila ([ R. i , 44 , 49]) √k , to offer a libation of Water to the dead  ; 
to perform ablutions
 ; 
astrāi-k , to practise the use of weapons MBh. iii , 11824  ; 
dardura-k , to breathe the flute Pa1n2. 4-4 , 34  ; 
daṇḍa-k , to inflict punishment &c Vet.  ; 
kāla-k , to bring one's time to an end i.e. to die  ; 
cira-k , to be long in doing anything , delay  ; 
manasā (for °si » above ) √k , to place in one's mind , think of , meditate MBh.  ; 
śirasā-k , to place on one's the head  ; 
mūrdhnā-k , to place on one's head , obey , honour. Very rarely in veda ( AV. xviii , 2 , 27) , but commonly in the brāhmaas , sūtras , and especially in classical Sanskrit the perf. forms cakāraandcakre auxiliarily used to form the periphrastical perfect of verbs , especially of causatives e.g. āsā cakre , " he sat down "  ; 
gamayā́ cakāra , " he caused to go " [see Pa1n2. 3-1 , 40 ; in veda some other forms of √ k are used in a similar way , viz. pr. karoti S3a1n3khS3r. ; impf. akar MaitrS. and Ka1t2h. ; 3. pl. akran MaitrS. and TBr. ; Prec. kriyāt MaitrS. (» Pa1n2. 3-1 , 42) ; according to Pa1n2. 3-1 , 41 , also karotu with √vid]. Caus. kārayati , °te , to cause to act or do , cause another to perform , have anything made or done by another (double acc. instr. and acc. [see Pa1n2. 1-4 , 53] e.g. sabhā kāritavān , he caused an assembly to be made Hit. ; rāja-darśana kāraya , cause me to have an audience of the king ; ijya kārayed vaiśyam , he ought to cause the vaiśya to engage in trade Mn. viii , 410 ; na śakyāmi kicit kārayitu tvayā , I shall not be able to have anything done by thee MBh. ii , 6)  ; 
to cause to manufacture or form or cultivate
La1t2y. Ya1jn5. ii , 158 MBh. &c  ; 
to cause to place or put , have anything placed , put upon ,
&c (e.g. ta citrapaa vāsa-ghe bhittāv akārayat , he had the picture placed on the wall in his house Katha1s. v , 30) Mn. viii , 251. Sometimes the Caus. of √k is used for the simple verb or without a causal signification (e.g. pada kārayati , he pronounces a word Pa1n2. 1-3 , 71 Ka1s3. ; mithyā k° , he pronounces wrongly ib. ; kaikeyīm anu rājāna kāraya , treat or deal with kaikeyī as the king does R. ii , 58 , 16) : Desid. cíkīrati (aor. 2. sg. acikīrīs S3Br. iii) , ep. also °te , to wish to make or do , intend to do , design , intend , begin , strive after AV. xii , 4 , 19 S3Br. Ka1tyS3r. Mn. &c  ; 
to wish to sacrifice or worship
AV. v , 8 , 3 : Intens. 3. pl. karikrati (pr. p. kárikrat » Naigh. ii , 1 and Pa1n2. 7-4 , 65) , to do repeatedly RV. AV. TS.  ; 
Class.
carkarti or carikarti or carīkarti ([ Pa1n2. 7-4 , 92 Ka1s3. ]) , also carkarīti or carikarīti or carīkarīti or cekrīyate ([ib. Sch. Vop. ]) ; ([cf. Hib. caraim , " I perform , execute " ; ceard , " an art , trade , business , function " ; sucridh , " easy " ; Old Germ. karawan , " to prepare " ; Mod. Germ. gar , " prepared (as food) " ; Lat. creo , ceremonia ; κραίνω , κρόνος.])
k 2 [p= 304,1] [L=54683]
p. cakrát (Pot. 2. sg. cakriyās ; aor. 1. sg. akāram [ AV. vii , 7 , 1] or akāriam [ RV. iv , 39 , 6]) , to make mention of , praise , speak highly of (gen.) RV. AV. : Intens. (1. sg. carkarmi , 1. pl. carkirāma , 3. pl. carkiran ; Impv. 2. sg. carktā́t and carkdhi ; aor. 3. sg. A1. cárkṛṣe) id. RV. AV. (cf. kārú , kīrí , kīrtí.)
k 3 [L=54684]
&c » √2. k.

(H1) 

Ved. (I)
(H1) cl.3 P.
(H1) to injure ,

 guptatama

guptá--tama [p= 359,1] [L=65919]
carefully guarded (as the senses) Ragh. i , 55.

(H3) 

mfn.

 gocara

gó--cara [p= 364,1] [L=66991]
pasture ground for cattle A1pS3r. i , 2 , 4

R. iv , 44 , 80)

esp. ifc. " abiding in , relating to " ; " offering range or field or scope for action , within the range of , accessible , attainable , within the power ") Kat2hUp. iii , 4 Mn. x , 39 MBh. &c
364,2] [L=66994]
esp. the range of the eye (e.g. locana-gocara- , to come within range of the eye , become visible Pan5cat. ) MBh. vii , 5616 Sus3r. Vikr. iv , 9 &c

lagna and from each other VarBr2S. civ , 2 Romakas.
gó--cara [L=66996]
(ā)n. being within the range of , attainable for (gen.) BhP. iii , 25 , 28
gó--cara [L=66997]
(ā)n. perceptible (esp. to the eye) MBh. xiii , 71 , 33 and 91 , 24
gó--cara [L=66998]
(ā)n. having (or used in) the meaning of (loc.) L. Sch.
go--cara [p= 1326,3] [L=330550.3]
Ja1takam.

(H3) 

m.
[L=66992](
[L=66993]range , field for action , abode , dwelling-place , district (
[p= the range of the organs of sense , object of sense , anything perceptible by the senses ,
[L=66995]the distance of the planets from the
(H3B) mf
(H3B) mf
(H3B) mf
(H3) (also) a place where birds are fed,

 gopita

gopita [p= 368,2] [L=67955]
preserved , guarded MBh. i , iii

DivyA7v.

Katha1s. xiv Ra1jat. v , 124.

(H2) 

mfn.
[L=67956]guarded (as the senses) , kept in subjection
[L=67957]concealed , kept secret

 caturindriya

catur--indriya [p= 384,2] [L=71187]
having 4 senses (a class of animals) Jain.

(H3) 

mfn.

 calita

calita [p= 391,2] [L=72659]
shaking , tremulous , unfixed MBh. &c

MBh. Su1ryas. iii , 11

e.g. sa calita , " he started off " Pan5cat. Gi1t. iii , 3 Hit. )

Vet. iii , 1÷2 (v.l.)

L.

&c ) Hariv. 5669 R. &c

abl.) Ya1jn5. i , 360 Bhag. vi , 37
calita [L=72666]
unsteady motion (of eyes) Bhartr2. i , 4.
calita [L=72673]
»cal.

(H2) 

mfn.
[L=72660]one who has moved on
[L=72661]gone , departed (
[L=72662]walked
[L=72663]being on the march (an army)
[L=72664]moved from one's usual course , disturbed , disordered (the mind , senses , fortune ,
[L=72665]caused to deviate , turned off from (
(H2B) n.
(H1) &c

 cāturarthika

cāturarthika [p= 392,1] [L=72813]
used in the 4 (artha or) senses (taught Pa1n2. 4-2 , 67-70), iv , 2 , 81 ff. Ka1s3.

(H2) 

mfn.

 jaya

jayá [p= 412,3] [L=77322]
( √ ji) ifc. conquering , winning » ta- , kta- , dhana-jayá , pura- , śalru-
jayá [L=77323]
( Pa1n2. 3-3 , 56 Ka1s3. ) conquest , victory , triumph , winning , being victorious (in battle or in playing with dice or in a lawsuit) AV. vii , 50 , 8 S3Br. vi Mn. vii (indriyāāj° victory over or restraint of the senses) and x MBh. &c
jayá [L=77324]
cf. ātma- , prā*a- , rug-
jayá [L=77325]
(parox.) N. of particular verses causing victory (personified as deities Va1yuP. ii , 6 , 4 ff.) MaitrS. i , 4 , 14 TS. iii Pa1rGr2. i , 5 Nya1yam. iii , 4 , 24
jayá [L=77326]
sg. Premna spinosa or longifolia L.
jayá [L=77327]
a yellow variety of Phaseolus Mungo L.
jayá [L=77328]
N. of the 3rd year of the 6th lustrum of the bhaspati cycle VarBr2S. viii , 38
jayá [L=77329]
a kind of flute
jayá [L=77330]
(in music) a kind of measure
jayá [L=77331]
the sun MBh. iii , 154
jayá [L=77332]
arjuna (son of ṇḍu) , 266 , 7 and iv , 5 , 35
jayá [L=77333]
indra L.
jayá [L=77334]
N. of a ṛṣi (author of RV. x , 180 ; son of agiras [ RAnukr. ] or of indra ; living under the 10th manu BhP. viii , 13 , 22)
jayá [L=77335]
of a spirit VarBr2S. liii , 48 Hcat. i , 9 , 149 and 172
jayá [L=77336]
of an attendant of viṣṇu BhP. iii , 16 , 2
jayá [L=77337]
of a nāga MBh. v , 3632 ; ix , 2554
jayá [L=77338]
of a dānava Hariv. 13093
jayá [L=77339]
of a son (of dhta-rāṣṭra MBh. i , vii ; of sñjaya Hariv. 1514 ; of suśruta VP. iv , 5 , 12 ; of sruta BhP. ix , 13 , 25 ; of sajaya , 17 , 16 ; of sakti , 18 ; of mañju , 21 , 1 ; of yuyudhāna , 24 , 13 ; of kaka , 43 ; of kṛṣṇa , x , 61 , 17 ; of vatsara by svar-vīthi , iv , 13 , 12 ; of viśvāmitra Hariv. 1462 BhP. ix , 16 , 36 ; of purūravas by urvaśī , 15 , 1 f.)
jayá [L=77340]
of an ancient king (11th cakravartin in bhārata L. ) MBh. ii , 326
jayá [L=77341]
of a ṇḍava hero , vii , 6911
jayá [L=77342]
of yudhiṣṭhira at virāa's court , iv , 176
jayá [L=77343]
of aśoka in a former birth DivyA7v. xxvi , 336 f.
jayá [L=77344]
of a carpenter Ra1jat. iii , 351
jayá [L=77346]
Premna spinosa or longifolia L.
jayá [L=77347]
Terminalia Chebula L.
jayá [L=77348]
nīla-dūrvā L.
jayá [L=77349]
for japā Katha1s. lxvii , 32
jayá [L=77350]
N. of a narcotic substance W. @
jayá [L=77351]
the 3rd or 8th or 13th day of either half-month Su1ryapr. ; cf. Hcat. i , 3 , 360 and Nirn2ayas. i , 391÷392
jayá [L=77352]
one of the 7 flag-sticks of indra's banner VarBr2S. xliii , 40
jayá [L=77353]
N. of the saurā dharmā BhavP. i
jayá [L=77354]
of durgā MBh. iv , vi Hariv. Katha1s. liii , 170
jayá [p= 413,1] [p= 412,3] [L=77355]
of a daughter of daka (wife of śiva MatsyaP. xiii , 32 ; tutelary deity of the ārtabhāgas BrahmaP. ii , 18 , 19) R. i , 23 , 14
jayá [L=77356]
of a yoginī Hcat. ii , 1 , 694 (v.l. layā)
jayá [L=77357]
of a śakti , i , 5 , 200
jayá [L=77358]
of a handmaid of durgā (wife of pupa-danta Katha1s. i , 52 ; vii , 107 ; of hariś-candra S3ivaP. )
jayá [L=77359]
(= tārá) N. of a Buddh. deity L.
jayá [L=77360]
of the mother of the 12th arhat of the present avasarpiī L.
jaya [p= 1327,2] [L=331700]
comp.)

(H1) 

mfn.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m. pl.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
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(H1B) m.
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(H1B) m.
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(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H2) (in

 jitāka

jitā* ka [p= 420,3] [L=79224]
one who has subdued his senses , calm Ca1n2.

(H3) 

mfn.

 jitendriyatva

jite* ndriya---tva [L=79242]
subjugation of the senses Kpr. vii , 11÷12 (and x , 34 Sch.)

(H4) 

n.

 jñānalakaā

jñāna--lakaā [p= 426,2] [L=80446]
" knowledge-marked " , (in logic) intuitive knowledge of anything actually not perceivable by the senses Bha1sha1p.

(H3) 

f.

 dṛṣṭahāni

dṛṣṭá--hāni [p= 491,3] [L=95399]
disparagement of the evidence of the senses , khyas.

(H3) 

f.

 dvīndriya

dvī* ndriya [p= 506,1] [L=98788]
2 organs of sense (-grāhya mfn. perceptible by 2 senses , sc. sight and touch Bha1sha1p. )
dvī* ndriya [L=98789]
having 2 senses (touch and taste) L.

(H3) 

n.
(H3B) mfn.

 dvyartha

dvy--artha [p= 507,3] [L=99173]
(ā)n. having 2 senses , ambiguous , equivocal Sa1h.

W.
dvy--artha [L=99175]
double meaning , double entendre W.

(H3) 

mf
[L=99174]having 2 objects
(H3B) n.

 dhvastadhī

dhvasta--dhī [p= 522,3] [L=102553]
one whose senses are lost (through passion &c ) Ra1jat.

(H3) 

m.

 naṣṭamati

naṣṭá--mati [p= 532,1] [L=104797]
one who has lost his senses BhP.

(H3) 

mfn.

 naṣṭendriya

naṣṭendriya [L=104818]
= °a-bija , deprived of one's senses MW.

(H3) 

mfn.

 nirvikalpaka

nir--vikalpaka [p= 542,1] [L=107292]
= -vikalpa BhP. Bha1sha1p. Veda7ntas.
nir--vikalpaka [L=107293]
knowledge not depending upon or derived from the senses W.

(H3) 

mfn.
(H3B) n.

 niścetas

niś--cetas [p= 542,3] [L=107426]
out of one's senses MBh. R.

(H3) 

mfn.

 nivttendriya

ni-° vtte* ndriya [p= 560,2] [L=110419]
one whose senses or desires are averted from (comp.) Ragh.

(H4) 

mfn.

 niṣṭha

ni-° ṣṭha [p= 563,1] [L=110920]
(in some senses = or w.r. for ni stha) being in or on , situated on , grounded or resting on , depending on , relating or referring to (usually ifc.) Mn. MBh. &c

ib. (cf. dharma- , satya-)

dat.) Ba1lar. v , 51

(H3) 

mfn.
[L=110921]intent on , devoted to
[L=110922]conducive to , effecting (

 paramahasa

paramá--hasa [p= 588,2] [L=116522]
an ascetic of the highest order , a religious man who has subdued all his senses by abstract meditation MBh. Pur. &c (cf. RTL. 87)

(H3) 

m.

 parāñc

parāñc [p= 590,1] [L=116799]
(fr. 2. añc ; nom. ā , ācī , āk , or ā) directed or going away or towards some place beyond (opp. to arvāñc)

abl.) , not returning , done away with , gone , departed RV. AV. TS. Br. Up.


abl.) ib.

Kat2hUp. BhP.
parāñc [L=116804]
the body BhP. iv , 11 , 10

(H1) 

mfn.
[L=116800]turned away , averted , distant , turning from , being beyond or outside of (
[L=116801]having any one behind
[L=116802]standing or going behind one another , following (
[L=116803]directed outwards or towards the outer world (as the senses)
(H1B) n.

 pārahasya

pāra--hasya [p= 620,1] [L=122543]
(-hasa) relating to an ascetic who has subdued all his senses BhP.

(H3) 

mfn.

 pra

prá 1 [p= 652,2] [L=129752]
before

esp. with a verb of motion which is often to be supplied ; sometimes repeated before the verb cf. Pa1n2. 8-1 , 6 ; rarely as a separate word e.g. AitBr. ii , 40)

subst. = forth , away cf. pra-vtti , pra-sthāna

adj. = excessively , very , much cf. pra-caṇḍa , pra-matta

cf. pra-pitāmaha , pra-pautra

gati , ā-rambha , ut-kara , sarvato-bhāva , prāthamya , khyāti , ut-patti , vy-avahāra) RV. &c &c [cf. puras , purā , pūrva ; Zd. fra ; Gk. πρό ; Lat. pro ; Slav. pra- , pro- ; Lith. pra- ;Goth. fau4r , fau4ra ; Germ. vor ; Eng. fore.]
pra 2 [L=129753]
( √ p or prā) filling , fulfilling

ifc. ; cf. ākūti- , kakya- , kāma-)
652,3] [L=129755]
ifc. ; cf. iku- , kura-).

(H1) 

ind.
[L=129752.1]forward , in front , on , forth (mostly in connection with a verb ,
[L=129752.2]as a prefix to
[L=129752.3]as pref. to
[L=129752.4]in nouns of relationship = great-
[L=129752.5](according to native lexicographers it may be used in the senses of
(H1) mfn.
[L=129754](n. fulfilment
[p= like , resembling (

 pratyaka

praty--aka [p= 663,3] [L=131942]
s.v.
praty-aka [p= 674,2] [L=133793]
(ā)n. present before the eyes , visible , perceptible (opp. to paro'ka q.v.) Up. MBh. &c

S3Br. &c

gen.) MBh.
praty-aka [L=133796]
ocular evidence , direct perception , apprehension by the senses (in nyāya one of the 4 pramāas or modes of proof. cf. pramāa)
praty-aka [L=133797]
superintendence of , care for (gen.) Mn. ix , 27
praty-aka [L=133798]
(in rhet.) a kind of style descriptive of impressions derived from the senses Kuval.

(H3) 

»
(H1) mf
[L=133794]clear , distinct , manifest , direct , immediate , actual , real
[L=133795]keeping in view , discerning (with
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.

 pratyakapramā

praty-aka--pramā [p= 674,3] [L=133835]
a correct notion obtained through the senses Veda7ntap.

(H3) 

f.

 pratyakapramāa

praty-aka--pramāa [L=133836]
ocular or visible proof , the evidence of the senses

W.

of wk. (also °*loka-ippaī f.)

(H3) 

n.
[L=133837]an organ or faculty of perception
[L=133838]N.

 pratyakavādin

praty-aka--vādin [L=133850]
" asserting perception by the senses " , one who admits of no other evidence than perception by the senses
praty-aka--vādin [L=133851]
a Buddhist L.

(H3) 

mfn.
(H3B) m.

 pratyakasiddha

praty-aka--siddha [L=133857]
determined by evidence of the senses MW.

(H3) 

mfn.

 pratyāh

praty-ā- √ h [p= 677,2] [L=134281]
-harati , to draw in or back S3a1n3khS3r. MBh. &c  ; 
to withdraw (the senses from worldly objects)
Pur.  ; 
to replace , fetch or bring back , recover
S3rS. MBh. Ka1v. &c  ; 
to rearrange , restore
R.  ; 
to take up again , continue (a business , sacrifice
&c ) MBh. Hariv.  ; 
to report , relate
MBh.  ; 
to utter (a speech) , cry
MW.  ; 
to withdraw (what has been created) , destroy
Hariv. Pur.  ; 
w.r. for pra-vyā-h MBh. &c

(H1) 

P.

 pratyāharaa

praty-° āharaa [L=134282]
drawing hither and thither Gobh. Sch.

Vikr.

esp. the senses from external objects) Veda7ntas.

(H3) 

n.
[L=134283]bringing back , recovery
[L=134284]drawing back , withdrawing (

 pratyāhāra

praty-āhāra [L=134287]
drawing back (troops from a battle) , retreat MBh.

esp. of the senses from external objects) , abstraction MBh. Mn. Pur. Veda7ntas. (cf. IW. 93)

MBh.

&c into one syllable by combining for shortness the first member with the anubandha (s.v.) of the last member

&c so combined (as ac or hal in the śivasūtras) Pa1n2. 1-1 , 1 &c

dram.) N. of a partic. part of the pūrva-raga (s.v.) Sa1h.

°ra-k , with gen. , to speak to a person) Ka1ran2d2. (prob. w.r. for pravyāh°)

ib. (prob. w.r. for id.)

(H2) 

m.
[L=134288]withdrawal (
[L=134289]withdrawing (of created things) , re-absorption or dissolution of the world
[L=134290](in gram.) the comprehension of a series of letters or roots
[L=134291]a group of letters
[L=134292](in
[L=134293]speaking to , address (
[L=134294]sound

 pratyupalabdhacetas

praty-upa-labdha--cetas [p= 678,1] [L=134407]
one who has recovered his senses MW.

(H3) 

mfn.

 pramāa

pramāa [p= 685,3] [L=135796]
(ifc. f(ā).) measure , scale , standard

Ka1tyS3r. Kat2hUp. Mn. &c (instr. " on an average " Jyot. )

Pa1n2. 1-1 , 50 Sch.

MBh. ( Ni1lak. )

Sam2gi1t.

S3ak. (cf. comp. below)

Col.

i.e. a side of it S3ulbas.

opp. to interest) Col.

Gr2S3rS. Mn. MBh. &c (pramāam bhavatī , " your ladyship is the authority or must judge " Nal. ; in this sense also m. and f. sg. and pl. e.g. vedā pramāā , " the vedas are authorities " MBh. ; strī pramāī yeām , " they whose authority is a woman " Pa1n2. Sch.)

pramā or certain knowledge (6 in the vedā*nta , viz. pratyaka , perception by the senses ; anumāna , inference ; upamāna , analogy or comparison ; śabda or āpta-vacana , verbal authority , revelation ; an-upalabdhi or abhāva-pratyaka , non-perception or negative proof ; arthā*patti , inference from circumstances ; the nyāya admits only 4 , excluding the last two ; the khya only 3 , viz. pratyaka , anumāna and śabda ; other schools increase the number to 9 by adding sambhava , equivalence ; aitihya , tradition or fallible testimony ; and ceṣṭā , gesture IW. 60 &c &c )

Ya1jn5. MBh. Ka1v. &c

= pramā) Tarkas.

L.

nitya L.
pramāa [L=135811]
(cf. n.) N. of a large fig-tree on the bank of the Ganges MBh.

(H2) 

n.
[L=135797]measure of any kind (as size , extent , circumference , length , distance , weight , multitude , quantity , duration)
[L=135798]prosodical length (of a vowel)
[L=135799]measure in music
[L=135800]accordance of the movements in dancing with music and song
[L=135801]measure of physical strength
[L=135802]the first term in a rule of three sum
[L=135803]the measure of a square
[L=135804]principal , capital (
[L=135805]right measure , standard , authority
[L=135806]a means of acquiring
[L=135807]any proof or testimony or evidence
[L=135808]a correct notion , right perception (
[L=135809]oneness , unity
[L=135810]=
(H2B) m.

 pralīnendriya

pralīne* ndriya [p= 690,1] [L=136630]
one whose senses have slacked or languished (°ya-tva n. Sa1y. )

(H3) 

mfn.

 bhūta

bhūtá [p= 761,3] [L=151778]
(ā)n. become , been , gone , past (n. the past) RV. &c

Ya1jn5. R. &c

Kan2.

ifc.) being or being like anything , consisting of , mixed or joined with Pra1t. Up. Mn. &c (also to form adj. out of adv. , e.g. ittham- , evam- , tathā-bh°)

L.

L.

L.

w.r. for bhta
bhūtá [L=151786]
a son , child L.
bhūtá [L=151787]
a great devotee or ascetic L.
bhūtá [L=151788]
(pl.) N. of an heretical sect (with jainas , a class of the vyantaras) L.
bhūtá [L=151789]
N. of śiva L.
bhūtá [L=151790]
of a priest of the gods L.
bhūtá [L=151791]
of a son of vasu-deva and pauravī BhP.
bhūtá [L=151792]
of a son-in-law of daka and father of numerous rudras ib.
bhūtá [L=151793]
of a yaka Cat.
bhūtá [L=151794]
(f(ā).) the 14th day of the dark half of the lunar month SkandaP. ( L. also m.)
bhūtá [L=151795]
N. of a woman HParis3.
bhūtá [L=151796]
(cf. above ) that which is or exists , any living being (divine , human , animal , and even vegetable) , the world (in these senses also m.) RV. &c
bhūtá [L=151797]
a spirit (good or evil) , the ghost of a deceased person , a demon , imp , goblin (also m.) Gr2S. Up. Mn. &c (cf. RTL. 241)
bhūtá [L=151798]
an element , one of the 5 elements (esp. a gross element = mahā-bh° q.v. ; but also a subtle element = tan-mātra q.v. ; with Buddhists there are only 4 element) Up. Sa1m2khyak. Veda7ntas. &c
bhūtá [L=151799]
N. of the number " five " (cf. mahā-bh° and pāñcabhautika)
bhūtá [L=151800]
well-being , welfare , prosperity VS. TS. AitBr.

(H2) 

mf
[L=151779]actually happened , true , real (n. an actual occurrence , fact , matter of fact , reality)
[L=151780]existing , present
[L=151781](
[L=151782]purified
[L=151783]obtained
[L=151784]fit , proper
[L=151785]often
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.

 bhūtendriyajayin

bhūte* ndriya-jayin [p= 762,3] [L=152020]
" one who has subdued both the elements (of the body) and the senses " , a kind of ascetic or devotee Cat.

(H3) 

m.

 manana

manána [p= 783,3] [L=156762]
thoughtful , careful RV.
manána [L=156763]
thinking , reflection , meditation , thought , intelligence , understanding (esp. intrinsic knowledge or science , as one of the faculties connected with the senses Nir. viii , 6 = manman) Hariv. S3am2k. Sarvad. (°nā́ ind. thoughtfully , deliberately RV. )
manána [L=156764]
homage , reverence Sa1y. on RV. i , 165 , 4.

(H2) 

mfn.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.

 manas

mánas [L=156776]
mind (in its widest sense as applied to all the mental powers) , intellect , intelligence , understanding , perception , sense , conscience , will RV. &c &c (in phil. the internal organ or anta-karaa of perception and cognition , the faculty or instrument through which thoughts enter or by which objects of sense affect the soul IW. 53 ; in this sense manas is always is always regarded as distinct from ātman and purua , " spirit or soul " and belonging only to the body , like which it is - except in the nyāya - considered perishable ; as to its position in the various systems » for nyāya and vaiśeika IW. 63 ; 67 ; 76 , for khya and vedā*nta ib. 84 ; 109 ; 117 ; in RV. it is sometimes joined with hd or hdaya , the heart Mn. vii , 6 with cakus , the eye)

asu in animals ; cf. above ) ib.
784,1] [p= 783,3] [L=156778]
ib. (ifc. after a verbal noun or an inf. stem in °tu = having a mind or wishing to ; cf. draṣṭu-m° &c ; manak , to make up one's mind ; with gen. , to feel inclination for ; manak,pra-k , √ dhā , vi- √ dhā , √ dh , √ bandh and Caus. of ni-viś with loc. dat. acc. with prati , or inf. , to direct the mind or thoughts towards , think of or upon ; mana with sam-ā-dhā , to recover the senses , collect one's self ; with √ han » mano-hatya ; mánasā ind. in the mind ; in thought or imagination ; with all the heart , willingly ; with gen. , by the leave of ; with iva = °se*va , as with a thought , in a moment ; with √ man , to think in one's mind , be willing or inclined ; with sa-gam , to become unanimous , agree ; manasi with √ k , to bear or ponder in the mind , meditate on , remember ; with ni-dhā , to impress on the mind , consider ; with √ vt , to be passing in one's mind)

of the 26th kalpa (s.v.) Cat.

mānasa BhP.

N. of a sāman A1rshBr. [cf. Gk. μένος ; Lat. miner-va.]

(H2) 

n.
[L=156777]the spirit or spiritual principle , the breath or living soul which escapes from the body at death (called
[p= thought , imagination , excogitation , invention , reflection , opinion , intention , inclination , affection , desire , mood , temper , spirit
[L=156779]N.
[L=156780]of the lake
[L=156781]manaso doha

 mahāmāyā

mahā́--māyā [p= 799,1] [L=160389]
great deceit or illusion , the divine power of illusion (which makes the universe appear as if really existing and renders it cognizable by the senses) , the illusory nature of worldly objects personified and identified with durgā Pur.

(H3B) 

f.

 mahāyamaka

mahā́--yamaka [p= 799,2] [L=160491]
a verse in which all four pādas contain words with exactly the same sounds , but different senses (e.g. Kir. xv , 52 or Bhat2t2. x , 20) .

(H3) 

n.

 mithyāpravtti

mithyā́--pravtti [p= 817,1] [L=164388]
wrong function (of the senses) Col.

(H3) 

f.

 mlānendriya

mlāne* ndriya [p= 838,1] [L=168958]
having enfeebled senses Bhartr2.

(H3) 

mfn.

 ya

ya 1 [L=168971]
i and ī , and having the sound of the English y , in Bengal usually pronounced j).
ya 2 [L=168975]
(in prosody) a bacchic ($) Pin3g.
ya 3 [L=168976]
cf. yád and Gk. ς , , ]) .
ya 4 [p= 838,2] [L=168983]
(in some senses fr. √1. , only L. ) a goer or mover








(H1) 

the 1st semivowel (corresponding to the vowels
(H1) m.
(H1) the actual base of the relative pronoun in declension ([
(H1) m.
[L=168984]wind
[L=168985]joining
[L=168986]restraining
[L=168987]fame
[L=168988]a carriage (?)
[L=168989]barley
[L=168990]light
[L=168991]abandoning

 yatacittendriyānala

yatá--citte* ndriyā* nala [p= 845,2] [L=170266]
one who conquers the tire of his thoughts and senses BhP.

(H3) 

mfn.

 yamin

yamin [p= 847,1] [L=170580]
restraining , curbing &c

Ka1v.

(H2) 

mfn.
[L=170581]one who restrains himself or has subdued his senses

 yāvat

yā́vat [p= 852,1] [L=171539]
(atī)n. (fr. 3. ya ; correlative of tāvat q.v.) as great , as large , as much , as many , as often , as frequent , as far , as long , as old &c (or how great &c = quantus , quot or qualis) RV. &c (yā́vanta kíyanta , " as many as " TBr. ; yā́vad vā yāvad vā , " as much as possible " S3Br. ; yāvat tāvat , " so much as " , in alg. applied to the first unknown quantity [= x] or so much of the unknown as its co-efficient number ; in this sense also expressed by the first syllable cf. IW. 182 ; iti yāvat in Comms. " just so much " , " only so " , " that is to say " , " such is the explanation ")
yā́vat [L=171540]
as greatly as , as far as , as much or as many as
yā́vat [L=171541]
as often as , whenever
yā́vat [L=171542]
as long as , whilst
yā́vat [L=171543]
as soon as , the moment that , until that , till , until RV. &c &c (in these senses used with either pres. Pot. fut. impf. , or aor. , or with the simple copula). yāvat with the 1st sg. of pres. , rarely of Pot. , may denote an intended action and may be translated by " meanwhile " , " just "
yā́vat [L=171544]
yā́vad yāvad-tā́vat tāvat , " as gradually as-so " S3Br.
yā́vat [L=171545]
yāvan na , " while not " , " before " , " till "
yā́vat [L=171546]
" if not " , " whether not "
yā́vat [L=171547]
na yāvattāvat , " scarcely-when " , " no sooner-than "
yā́vat [L=171548]
na paramorna kevalam-yāvat , " not only-but even. " Sometimes yāvat is also used as a preposition with a prec. or following acc. , or with a following abl. , rarely dat. e.g. māsam eka yāvat , " during one month "
yā́vat [L=171549]
sūryo*daya yāvat , " until sunrise "
yā́vat [L=171550]
sarpa-vivara yāvat , " up to the serpent's hole "
yā́vat [L=171551]
yāvad or yāvad-ā samāpanāt , " until the completion "
yā́vat [L=171552]
yāvad garbhasya paripākāya , " until the maturity of the fetus. " Sometimes also with a nom. followed by iti e.g. anta iti yāvat , " as far as the end "
yā́vat [L=171553]
pañca yāvad iti , " up to five "
yā́vat [L=171554]
or with another ind. word e.g. adya yāvat , " up to this day. " yāvatā ind. as far as , as long as A1past. R. BhP.
yā́vat [L=171555]
till , until (with Pot.) La1t2y. (with na , as long as not , before BhP. )
yā́vat [L=171556]
as soon as , the moment that Cat.
yā́vat [L=171557]
in as much as Pat.
yā́vat [L=171559]
yāvati-tāvati Das3.

(H1) 

mf
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.

 rāgaprāpta

rāga--prā* pta [p= 872,1] [L=176134]
conformable to desire , gratifying the senses A1pS3r. Sch.

(H3) 

mfn.

 rūpādhibodha

rūpā* dhibodha [p= 886,2] [L=179196]
the perception of form or of any visible object (by the senses) W.

(H3) 

m.

 labdhasajña

labdha--sajña [p= 896,3] [L=181400]
one who has recovered his senses , restored to consciousness MBh. R.

(H3) 

mfn.

 vañc
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 7.7
Whitney Roots links: vaYc

vañc [p= 914,2] [L=185127]
cf. √2. vak) cl.1 P. ( Dha1tup. vii , 7) váñcati (Gr. also pf. vavañca ; fut. vañcíta °ciyati ; aor. avañcīt ; Prec. vacyāt ; inf. vañcítum ; ind.p. vañcitvā , vacitvā , or vaktvā) , to move to and fro , go crookedly , totter , stagger , waver AV. VS. S3Br. S3a1n3khS3r.  ; 
to go , go to , arrive at (
acc.) Bhat2t2.  ; 
to go slyly or secretly , sneak along
VS.  ; 
to pass over , wander over , go astray
MW. : Pass. vacyáte , to move or rock to and fro , hurry along , speed RV. AV.  ; 
to be moved (in the heart) , be poured forth , issue forth (as hymns or prayers)
RV. : Caus. vañcayati , °te (aor. avavañcat) , to move or go away from , avoid , shun , escape (mostly P. and with acc.) MBh. Ka1v. &c  ; 
to cause to go astray , deceive , cheat , defraud of (
instr. or abl. ; in these senses more properly A1. , but sometimes also P. ; Pass. vañcyate) ib. : Desid. vivañciate Gr.: Intens. vanīvacyate , vanīvañcīti ib.

(H1) 

(

 varam

váram 2 [p= 922,1] [L=186779.16]
(am) (g. svar-ādi) preferably , rather , better (also = preferable , sometimes with abl. which in veda is often followed by ā e.g. agníbhyo váram , " better than fires " RV. ; sákkibhya ā́ váram , " better than companions " ib. ; exceptionally with acc. e.g. śiyai śata-hutān homān , eka putra-kut varam , " better one sacrifice offered by a son than a hundred offered by disciples " Shad2vBr. ) RV. &c
váram 2 [L=186779.18]
it is better that , it would be best if (with pres. e.g. vara gacchāmi , " it is better that I go " ; or with Impv. e.g. vara naye sthāpyatām , " it would be better if he were initiated into our plan " Katha1s. ; or without any verb e.g. vara sihāt , " better [death caused] by a lion " Pan5cat. ; sometimes with Pot. , e.g. vara tat kuryāt , " better that he should do that " Ka1m. ) Ka1v. Katha1s. &c
váram 2 [L=186779.20]
it is better than , rather than (in these senses varam is followed by , na , na ca na tu , na puna tad api na or tathā*pi na , with nom. e.g. vara mśyur nacā*kīrti , " better death than [lit. " and not "] infamy " ; exceptionally with instr. e.g. varam eko guī putro ta ca mūrkha-śatair api , " better one virtuous son than hundreds of fools " Hit. ; na hi-varam , " by no mean - but rather ") Mn. MBh. &c

(H1C) 

ind.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) ind.

 variman

variman [p= 927,2] [L=188049]
(prob. in some of the following senses connected with √ v , " to cover ") height , length , width , breadth VS. [cf. Slav. vri8chu8 Lith. virSu4s.]
varimán [p= 1332,1] [L=339180]
VS. ).

(H1) 

m.
(H2) (

 vaśendriya

vaśe* ndriya [p= 929,1] [L=188450]
one who has the command of his senses (-tva n.) R.

(H3) 

mfn.

 vimanas

ví--manas 1 [p= 951,3] [L=193352]
ví-) mfn. having a keen or penetrating mind or understanding , sagacious RV. x , 82 , 2.
ví--manas 2 [L=193353]
destitute of mind , foolish , silly RV. viii , 86 , 2

Ya1jn5. MBh. &c

R.
ví--manas 2 [L=193356]
N. of the author of a hymn (v.l. for viśva-manas q.v.)
vi-manas [p= 979,3] [L=198642]
vi-manas , vi-manthara , vimanyu &c » [p= 951,3].

(H3) 

(
(H3) mfn.
[L=193354]out of one's mind or senses , discomposed , perplexed , dejected , downcast , heart-broken
[L=193355]changed in mind or feeling , averse , hostile
(H3B) m.
(H1) 1. 2.

 viklava

ví--klava [p= 950,1] [L=192939]
under vi-klav.
vi-° klava [p= 956,1] [L=194300]
(ā)n. overcome with fear or agitation , confused , perplexed , bewildered , alarmed , distressed MBh. Ka1v. &c

Megh. S3is3.

ifc.) disgusted with , averse from S3ak.

R.

S3ak.

Ka1s3i1Kh.

Katha1s.
vi-° klava [L=194307]
agitation , bewilderment R. BhP.

(H3) 

»
(H3) mf
[L=194301]timid , shy
[L=194302](
[L=194303]faltering (as speech)
[L=194304]unsteady (as gait)
[L=194305]impaired (as senses)
[L=194306]exhausted
(H3B) n.

 vikiptendriyadhī

vi-kip° tendriya-dhī [p= 956,2] [L=194364]
bewildered in senses and mind BhP.

(H3) 

mfn.

 vinaya

vi-naya 1 [p= 969,2] [L=196852]
vi n ; for 2. » under vi-) Nom. P. °yati (with prefix 3. vi ; ind.p. vi-vinayya) Pa1n2. 1-4 , 1 Va1rtt. 7 Pat.
vi-nayá 2 [p= 971,3] [L=197185]
(for 1. » p.969) leading away or asunder , separating RV. ii , 24 , 9

L.

L.
vi-nayá 2 [L=197188]
taking away , removal , withdrawal S3is3. x , 42
vi-nayá 2 [L=197189]
leading , guidance , training (esp. moral training) , education , discipline , control MBh. Ka1v. &c
vi-nayá 2 [L=197190]
(with Buddhists) the rules of discipline for monks MWB. 55 &c
vi-nayá 2 [L=197191]
good breeding , propriety of conduct , decency , modesty , mildness ib. (in the purāas sometimes personified as son of kriyā or of lajjā)
vi-nayá 2 [L=197192]
an office , business S3is3. xi , 36
vi-nayá 2 [L=197193]
N. of a son of sudyumna Ma1rkP.
vi-nayá 2 [L=197194]
a man of subdued senses L.
vi-nayá 2 [L=197195]
a merchant , trader L.

(H1) 

(said to be artificially formed fr.
(H2) mfn.
[L=197186]cast , thrown
[L=197187]secret
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.

 vipratipad

vi-prati- √ pad [p= 975,2] [L=197877]
-padyate , to go in different or opposite directions , turn here and there S3Br.  ; 
to roam , wander (said of the senses)
Ka1d.  ; 
to be perplexed or confounded , be uncertain how to act , waver , hesitate
MBh.  ; 
to differ or diverge in opinion , be mutually opposed
S3am2k.  ; 
to be mistaken , have a false opinion about (
loc.) Car.  ; 
to reply falsely or erroneously
Nya1yas. Sch.

(H1) 

A1.

 viśudh

vi- √ śudh [p= 991,2] [p= 991,1] [L=200736]
-śudhyati , °te , to become perfectly pure (esp. in ritual sense) Mn. Ya1jn5. &c  ; 
to become clear (said of the senses)
R.  ; 
(in
alg.) to remain naught , Bi1jag. : Caus. viśodhayati , to purify (esp. ritually) MBh. Pan5car. Sus3r.  ; 
to improve , correct
Ya1jn5. Sch.  ; 
to free from suspicion , exculpate
Ya1jn5. MBh. R.  ; 
to justify
MBh.  ; 
to set clear , fix or determine accurately
Ya1jn5. VarBr2S.  ; 
(in
alg.) to subtract VarBr2S.

(H1) 

P. A1.

 viaya

viaya [p= 997,1] [L=202020]
(ifc. f(ā). ; prob. either fr √1. vi , " to act " , or fr. visi , " to extend " cf. Pa1n2. 8-3 , 70 Sch.) sphere (of influence or activity) , dominion , kingdom , territory , region , district , country , abode (pl. = lands , possessions) Mn. MBh. &c

&c ) S3a1n3khS3r. MBh. &c

Pan5cat.

ifc. = " concerned with , belonging to , intently engaged on " ; viaye , with gen. or ifc. = " in the sphere of , with regard or reference to " ; atra vi

(H1) 

m.
[L=202021]scope , compass , horizon , range , reach (of eyes , ears , mind
[L=202022]period or duration (of life)
[L=202023]special sphere or department , peculiar province or field of action , peculiar element , concern (