Shunya - Empty, void of, space, Heavenmahāśūnyālaye vahnau bhūtākṣaviṣayādikam |
hūyate manasā sārdhaṃ sa homaś cetanāsrucā || 149 ||śūnya
Shakti and Shâkta: essays and addresses on the Shâkta Tantrashâstra - Page 29
(ā)n. empty , void (with vājin = " a riderless horse " ; with rājya = " a kingless kingdom ") , hollow , barren , desolate , deserted Br. &c
|(H2) śūnyá [p= 1085,2] [L=220069]||mf|
i.e. vacant (as a look or stare) , absent , absentminded , having no certain object or aim , distracted MBh. Ka1v. &c
i.e. possessing nothing , wholly destitute MBh. Katha1s.
|[L=220072]||wholly alone or solitary , having no friends or companions |
instr. or comp.) , wanting , lacking Ka1v. Katha1s. Pur. Sarvad. non-existent , absent , missing Ka1v. Pan5cat.
|[L=220073]||void of , free from , destitute of (|
R. Ra1jat. Sarvad.
|[L=220074]||vain , idle , unreal , nonsensical |
a-śūnyaṃ- √kṛ , " to effect " , " accomplish ") S3ak. Ratna7v.
|[L=220075]||void of results , ineffectual (|
|[L=220076]||free from sensitiveness or sensation (said of the skin) , insensible |
|[L=220077]||bare , naked |
|[L=220078]||guileless , innocent |
a void , vacuum , empty or deserted place , desert (śūnye , in a lonely place) MBh. R. &c
|(H2B) śūnyá [L=220083]||n.|
(in phil.) vacuity , nonentity , absolute non-existence (esp. with Buddhists) IW. 83 n. 3 ; 105 , n.4 MWB. 7 n. 1 ; 142
|(H2B) śūnyá [L=220084]||n.|
N. of brahma MW.
|(H2B) śūnyá [L=220085]||n.|
(in arithm.) nought , a cypher VarBr2S. Gan2it. (cf. IW. 183)
|(H2B) śūnyá [L=220086]||n.|
space , heaven , atmosphere L.
|(H2B) śūnyá [L=220087]||n.|
a partic. phenomenon in the sky. L.
|(H2B) śūnyá [L=220088]||n.|
an earring (» next). [cf. Gk. κενός , κενεός ; Aeol. κέννος.]
|(H2B) śūnyá [L=220089]||n.|
» [p= 1085,1].
|(H1) śūnya [p= 1086,1] [L=220260]||&c |
The Dawn of Tantra
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