The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Sutra-Thread


madhyanāḍī madhyasaṃsthā bisasūtrābharūpayā |
dhyātāntarvyomayā devyā tayā devaḥ prakāśate || 35 ||

sū́tra - a thread , yarn , string , line , cord , wire; that which like a thread runs through or holds together everything , rule , direction; a short sentence or aphoristic rule , and any work or manual consisting of strings of such rules hanging together like threads (these sūtra works form manuals of teaching…

sūtra
sū́tra [p= 1241,3] [L=251185]
(accord. to g. ardhacā*di also m. ; fr. √ siv , " to sew " , and connected with sūci and sūnā) a thread , yarn , string , line , cord , wire AV. &c

cf. -pāta) Hariv. VarBr2S. &c

cf. yajño*pavīta) BhP.

ib.

Ka1lid.

MBh. VarBr2S. Gol.

Ra1jat.

BhP.

sūtra works form manuals of teaching in ritual , philosophy , grammar &c : e.g. in ritual there are first the śrauta-sūtras , and among them the kalpa-sūtras , founded directly on śruti q.v. ; they form a kind of rubric to Vedic ceremonial , giving concise rules for the performance of every kind of sacrifice [ IW. 146 &c ] ; other kinds of śruti works are the ghya-sūtras and sāmayācārika or dharma-sūtras i.e. " rules for domestic ceremonies and conventional customs " , sometimes called collectively smārta-sūtras [as founded on smti or " tradition " » smārta] ; these led to the later dharmaśāstras or " law-books " [ IW. 145] ; in philosophy each system has its regular text-book of aphorisms written in sūtras by its supposed founder [ IW. 60 &c ] ; in vyākaraa or grammar there are the celebrated sūtras of ini in eight books , which are the groundwork of a vast grammatical literature ; with Buddhists , pāśupatas &c the term sūtra is applied to original text books as opp. to explanatory works ; with jainas they form part of the dṛṣṭivāda) IW. 162 &c

DivyA7v.
(H2) n.
[L=251186]a measuring line (
[L=251187]the sacred thread or cord worn by the first three classes (
[L=251188]a girdle
[L=251189]a fibre
[L=251190]a line , stroke
[L=251191]a sketch , plan
[L=251192]that which like a thread runs through or holds together everything , rule , direction
[L=251193]a short sentence or aphoristic rule , and any work or manual consisting of strings of such rules hanging together like threads (these
[L=251194]a kind of tree





Sanskrit Words for Thread - Sutra and 141 Others



sūtra
(H2) sū́tra [p= 1241,3] [L=251185] n. (accord. to g. ardhacā*di also m. ; fr. √ siv , " to sew " , and connected with sūci and sūnā) a thread , yarn , string , line , cord , wire AV. &c
[L=251186] a measuring line (cf. -pāta) Hariv. VarBr2S. &c
[L=251187] the sacred thread or cord worn by the first three classes (cf. yajño*pavīta) BhP.
[L=251188] a girdle ib.
[L=251189] a fibre Ka1lid.
[L=251190] a line , stroke MBh. VarBr2S. Gol.
[L=251191] a sketch , plan Ra1jat.
[L=251192] that which like a thread runs through or holds together everything , rule , direction BhP.
[L=251193] a short sentence or aphoristic rule , and any work or manual consisting of strings of such rules hanging together like threads (these sūtra works form manuals of teaching in ritual , philosophy , grammar &c : e.g. in ritual there are first the śrauta-sūtras , and among them the kalpa-sūtras , founded directly on śruti q.v. ; they form a kind of rubric to Vedic ceremonial , giving concise rules for the performance of every kind of sacrifice [ IW. 146 &c ] ; other kinds of śruti works are the gṛhya-sūtras and sāmayācārika or dharma-sūtras i.e. " rules for domestic ceremonies and conventional customs " , sometimes called collectively smārta-sūtras [as founded on smṛti or " tradition " » smārta] ; these led to the later dharmaśāstras or " law-books " [ IW. 145] ; in philosophy each system has its regular text-book of aphorisms written in sūtras by its supposed founder [ IW. 60 &c ] ; in vyākaraṇa or grammar there are the celebrated sūtras of pāṇini in eight books , which are the groundwork of a vast grammatical literature ; with Buddhists , pāśupatas &c the term sūtra is applied to original text books as opp. to explanatory works ; with jainas they form part of the dṛṣṭivāda) IW. 162 &c
[L=251194] a kind of tree DivyA7v.



MW Advanced Search

Monier Williams (196,198 entries)


1 aṃśu (thread) 2 agnisūtra (thread) 3 anupavītin (thread) 4 apasavyaṃkṛ (thread) 5 apasavyavat (thread) 6 avasañjana (thread) 7 ācārya (thread) 8 āvāpana (thread) 9 āvīsūtra (thread) 10 āvīta (thread) 11 āvītin (thread) 12 utsāha (thread) 13 udatantu (thread) 14 upanī (thread) 15 upanayana (thread) 16 upanīta (thread) 17 upavye (thread) 18 upavīta (thread) 19 upavītaka (thread) 20 upavīya (thread) 21 uraskaṭa (thread) 22 ūrṇā (thread) 23 ūrṇāsūtra (thread) 24 ūrdhvavṛta (thread) 25 aupavītika (thread) 26 kapālanālikā (thread) 27 kartana (thread) 28 kālasūtra (thread) 29 kiraṇa (thread) 30 kubra (thread) 31 kulatantu (thread) 32 kṛtasavya (thread) 33 kośa (thread) 34 kautuka (thread) 35 kautukamaṅgala (thread) 36 kṣārasūtra (thread) 37 khātra (thread) 38 guṇa (thread) 39 guṇavat (thread) 40 gṛhastha (thread) 41 cīna (thread) 42 tantu (thread) 43 tantukārya (thread) 44 tantuparvan (thread) 45 tantumat (thread) 46 tantumadhya (thread) 47 tantuka (thread) 48 tantvagra (thread) 49 dakṣiṇataupavītin (thread) 50 daṇḍa (thread) 51 daṇḍapradāna (thread) 52 dīrghatantu (thread) 53 dvija (thread) 54 dvijāyanī (thread) 55 dhanurguṇā (thread) 56 nāgayajñopavīta (thread) 57 niḥsūtra (thread) 58 nivīta (thread) 59 nivītin (thread) 60 netī (thread) 61 pakṣman (thread) 62 pañji (thread) 63 paṭṭasūtra (thread) 64 paṭṭasūtramaya (thread) 65 pavitra (thread) 66 pavitrāropaṇa (thread) 67 pavitrārohaṇa (thread) 68 pitryupavīta (thread) 69 pippalaka (thread) 70 prajāti (thread) 71 pravītin (thread) 72 prāṇasūtra (thread) 73 prāṇātman (thread) 74 prānta (thread) 75 ploti (thread) 76 bālayajñopavītaka (thread) 77 brahmajanman (thread) 78 brahmamekhala (thread) 79 brahmasūtra (thread) 80 bhāva (thread) 81 bhāvādvaita (thread) 82 maṅgalasūtra (thread) 83 mālāguṇaparikṣiptā (thread) 84 mṛṇ (thread) 85 yajñasūtra (thread) 86 yajñopavīta (thread) 87 yajñopavītaka (thread) 88 yajñopavītavat (thread) 89 yaṣṭi (thread) 90 yāgasūtra (thread) 91 rakṣā (thread) 92 rakṣī (thread) 93 rāgasūtra (thread) 94 vāgduṣṭa (thread) 95 vāya (thread) 96 vāladāman (thread) 97 vītasūtra (thread) 98 vyupavīta (thread) 99 vratabhikṣā (thread) 100 śaṇatantu (thread) 101 śikhāsūtra (thread) 102 śuklayajñopavītavat (thread) 103 śmaśruyajñopavītin (thread) 104 ṣṭyuma (thread) 105 saṃvītin (thread) 106 saṃskārahīna (thread) 107 saṃkhyāmaṅgalagranthi (thread) 108 sarat (thread) 109 sarit (thread) 110 savya (thread) 111 sāvitra (thread) 112 sāvitrī (thread) 113 sāvitrīpatita (thread) 114 sāvitrīsūtra (thread) 115 sitayajñopavītin (thread) 116 sudāya (thread) 117 sūcisūtra (thread) 118 sūtra (thread) 119 sūtragraha (thread) 120 sūtragrāha (thread) 121 sūtratantu (thread) 122 sūtradhāra (thread) 123 sūtrapuṣpa (thread) 124 sūtrabhid (thread) 125 sūtrātman (thread) 126 sūtraka (thread) 127 sūtrikā (thread) 128 sūtrīkṛ (thread) 129 sṛj (thread) 130 saikatika (thread) 131 syū (thread) 132 svayaṃhārakarī (thread) 133 svayaṃhārikā (thread) 134 svayaṃhārī (thread) 135 svayaṃguṇaparityāga (thread) 136 hemayajñopavītavat (thread) 137 hemasūtra (thread) 138 hemasūtraka (thread) 139 adhonivīta (thread) 140 ekotibhāva (thread) 141 karmaploti (thread) 142 kṛṣṇasūtra (thread)
 aśu
aśú [p= 1,1] [L=47]
a filament (especially of the soma plant)

soma libation S3Br.

1,2] [L=50]



L.

of a ṛṣi RV. viii , 5 , 26

dhanajaya VBr.

aśu [p= 1308,1] [L=300020]
col. 2, line 1, for "array" read "a ray").
(H1) m.
[L=48]a kind of
[L=49]thread
[p= end of a thread , a minute particle
[L=51]a point , end
[L=52]array , sunbeam
[L=53]cloth
[L=54]N.
[L=55]of an ancient Vedic teacher , son of a
[L=56]of a prince.
(H2) (
 agnisūtra
agní--sūtra [p= 6,1] [L=1127]
thread of fire

L.
(H3) n.
[L=1128]a girdle of sacrificial grass put upon a young Brahman at his investiture
 anupavītin
an-upavītin [p= 35,1] [L=6688]
one uninvested with the sacred thread.
(H1) m.
 apasavyak
apasavya- √ k [p= 53,1] [L=9840]
pradakia k , to circumambulate a person keeping the right side towards him , Kaus3. &c  ; 
to put the sacred thread over the right shoulder
Ya1jn5. i , 232.
(H3) =
 apasavyavat
apasavya-vat [L=9841]
having the sacred thread over the right shoulder Ya1jn5. i , 250.
(H3) mfn.
 avasañjana
ava-sañjana [p= 104,3] [L=18229]
(= nivīta q.v.) the Brahmanical thread hanging over the shoulder Comm. on Ka1tyS3r.
(H2) n.
 ācārya
ācāryá [p= 131,3] [L=22935]
" knowing or teaching the ācāra or rules " , a spiritual guide or teacher (especially one who invests the student with the sacrificial thread , and instructs him in the vedas , in the law of sacrifice and religious mysteries [ Mn. ii , 140 ; 171]) AV. S3Br. &c

N. of droa (the teacher of the ṇḍavas) Bhag. i , 2
ācāryá [p= 132,1] [L=22960]
» ib.
ācārya [p= 1319,1] [L=318180]
(also) the son of an outcast vaiśya and a vaiśyā who was before a Brahman's wife, Mn. x, 23 (accord. to some, read cārya)
(H2) m.
[L=22936]a
(H2) &c
(H2) m.
 āvāpana
ā-vāpana [p= 154,3] [L=26994]
a loom , an implement for weaving

L.
(H2) n.
[L=26995]a reel or frame for winding thread
 āvīsūtra
āvī-sūtra [p= 156,3] [L=27314]
a woollen thread A1p. HirGr2.
(H2) n.
 āvīta
ā-vīta [p= 156,1] [L=27169]
āvītin » ā-vye.
ā-vīta [p= 156,3] [L=27343]
covered , invested (especially with the sacred thread).
(H1) and
(H2) mfn.
 āvītin
āvītin [L=27344]
. m. (a Brahman) who has the sacred thread on (in the usual manner over the left shoulder and under the right arm , cf. prācīnā*vītin) S3Br. Ka1tyS3r. A1s3vGr2. S3a1n3khGr2. &c
(H2) ī
 utsāha
ut-sāha [p= 182,1] [L=31884]
power , strength



R. Mn. Sus3r. S3ak. Hit. &c

Vet.

L.
ut-sāha [p= 1321,3] [L=322770]
comp.)
(H2) m.
[L=31885]strength of will , resolution
[L=31886]effort , perseverance , strenuous and continuous exertion , energy
[L=31887]firmness , fortitude
[L=31888]joy , happiness
[L=31889]a thread
(H2) (in
 udatantu
uda--tantu [p= 183,1] [L=32073]
" water-thread " , a continuous gush.
(H3) m.
 upanī
upa- √  1 [p= 201,2] [L=34993]
-nayati , -te ( A1. ?? Pot. -nayīta HirGr2. i , 1 , 2 ; p. -náyamāna AV. ) to lead or drive near , bring near , bring , adduce , offer RV. ii , 3 , 10 ; iii , 35 , 3 S3Br. TBr. MBh. Mn. Ragh.  ; 
to bring information , communicate
 ; 
to lead or bring near to one's self , take possession of
R. Katha1s.  ; 
to lead , guide
MBh. BhP.  ; 
to lead or draw towards one's self (said of the Guru who , in the ceremony of initiation , draws the boy towards himself)
 ; 
to initiate into one of the twice-born classes by investing with the sacred thread
&c (only A1. Pa1n2. 1-3 , 36) AV. xi , 5 , 3 S3Br. A1s3vGr2. S3a1n3khGr2. &c Mn. &c  ; 
to bring about , produce , cause
Gi1t. Prab. Sa1h.  ; 
to bring into any state , reduce to
R. Hariv. Ka1m. &c  ; 
to take into one's service (only
A1. Pa1n2. 1-3 , 36) : Caus. -nāyayati , to cause to initiate (a pupil) Mn. xi , 191.
upa-nī* 2 [L=35022]
upa-ni-i) P. -ny-eti , to enter into , move towards S3Br.
(H1) P. A1.
(H1) (
 upanayana
upa-nayana [L=35000]
the act of leading to or near , bringing R. BhP. Vikr.

Car.

Prab.


saskāras or purificatory rites [prescribed in the dharma-sūtras and explained in the ghya-sūtras] in which the boy is invested with the sacred thread [different for the three castes] and thus endowed with second or spiritual birth and qualified to learn the veda by heart ; a Brahman is initiated in the eighth year [or seventh according to hirayakeśin ; or eighth from conception , according to śākhāyana &c ] , a katriya in the eleventh , a vaiśya in the twelfth ; but the term could be delayed)

IW. p.201 RTL. p.360seqq. A1s3vGr2. i , 19-22 S3a1n3khGr2. ii , 1-6 Pa1rGr2. ii , 2-5 Gobh. ii , 10 HirGr2. i , 1 seqq. Mn. ii , 36 Ya1jn5. i , 14.
(H2) n.
[L=35001]employment , application
[L=35002]introduction (into any science)
[L=35003]leading or drawing towards one's self
[L=35004]that ceremony in which a Guru draws a boy towards himself and initiates him into one of the three twice-born classes (one of the twelve
[L=35005]»
 upanīta
úpa-nīta [L=35011]
led near , brought near RV. i , 129 , 2 MBh. Mr2icch. VarBr2S. &c

RV. x , 109 , 4 = AV. v , 17 , 6


&c

BhP. Mn. ii , 49 Ragh. &c
úpa-nīta [L=35016]
a boy brought near to a Guru and initiated into one of the twice-born classes (by investiture with the sacred thread and other ceremonies).
(H2) mfn.
[L=35012]led to a man , married (?)
[L=35013]adduced
[L=35014]presented
[L=35015]initiated
(H2B) m.
 upavye
upa- √ vye [p= 207,2] [L=35866]
-vyayate , to put on or invest one's self with the sacred thread TS. ii , 5 , 11 , 1.
(H1) A1.
 upavīta
upa-vīta [p= 207,1] [L=35832]
» upa-vye.
úpa-vīta [p= 207,2] [L=35867]
invested with the sacred thread
úpa-vīta [L=35868]
the being invested with the sacred thread
úpa-vīta [L=35869]
the sacred thread or cord (worn by the first three classes over the left shoulder and under the right arm) TS. S3Br. Mn. ii , 44 ; 64 ; iv , 66 Ya1jn5. i , 29 Hariv. Ragh. &c (cf. yajño*pavīta.)
(H1) &c
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 upavītaka
upavītaka [L=35870]
the sacred thread Katha1s. BhP.
(H2) n.
 upavīya
upa-vī́ya [p= 207,3] [L=35872]
having put on the sacred thread TBr. i , 6 , 8 , 2 Ka1t2h. BhP.
(H2) ind.p.
 uraskaa
úras--kaa [p= 217,2] [L=37247]
the sacred thread hung round the neck and upon the breast (as sometimes worn) L.
(H3) m.
 ūrā
ū́rā [p= 221,3] [L=38092]
(less correctly spelt urā) ( Un2. v , 47) wool , a woollen thread , thread RV. iv , 22 , 2 ; v , 52 , 9 S3Br. Ka1tyS3r. Mn. &c

BhP.

Ka1d. Lalit.

of several women

cf. úraa , úrā , ura-bhra ; also Gk. ρ-ι-ον ; Lat. vell-us , vill-us ; Lith. vi1lna ; Goth. vulla (for vulna) ; Russ. vo1lna ; Mod. Germ. Wolle ; Eng. wool.])
ūrā [p= 1322,3] [L=324980]
comp.)
(H2) f.
[L=38092.1]cobweb
[L=38092.2]a circle of hair between the eyebrows
[L=38092.3]N.
[L=38092.4]([
(H2) (in
 ūrāsūtra
ū́rā--sūtrá [p= 222,1] [L=38100]
a thread of wool VS. S3Br. &c
(H3) n.
 ūrdhvavta
ūrdhvá--vta [p= 222,2] [L=38251]
put on or wound round from below upwards (as the sacred thread) Mn. ii , 44.
(H3) mfn.
 aupavītika
aupavītika [p= 238,3] [L=41105]
(fr. upa-vīta) , investiture with the sacred thread Va1mP.
(H1) n.
 kapālanālikā
kapā́la--nālikā [p= 250,2] [L=43399]
a sort of pin or spindle (for winding cotton , thread &c ) L.
(H3) f.
 kartana
kartana 1 [p= 257,3] [L=45079]
the act of cutting off , excision Ya1jn5. Hit. &c

Vi1rac.
kartana 2 [L=45099]
( √2. kt) , the act of spinning cotton or thread L.
(H2) n.
[L=45080]the act of extinguishing , extinction
(H1) n.
 kālasūtra
kālá--sūtra [p= 279,1] [L=49543]
the thread of time or death MBh. iii , 11495
kālá--sūtra [L=49544]
one of the twenty-one hells Mn. iii , 249 ; iv , 88 VP. &c
(H3) n.
(H3B) mn.
 kiraa
kiráa [p= 283,3] [L=50493]
dust , very minute dust RV.

RV. iv , 38 , 6) Naigh. i , 5

MBh. Sus3r. &c

RV. x , 106 , 4 AV. xx , 133 , 1 and 2

of a kind of ketu (of which twenty-five are named) VarBr2S.

L.

of a śaiva work Sarvad.
(H2) m.
[L=50494]a rein (a meaning drawn probably fr.
[L=50495]a ray or beam of light , a sun- or moonbeam
[L=50496](perhaps) thread
[L=50497]N.
[L=50498]the sun
[L=50499]N.
 kubra
kubra [p= 292,1] [L=52260]
a forest Un2. ii , 29

L.

L.

L.

L.
(H1) n.
[L=52261]a hole for sacrificial fire
[L=52262]a ring , ear-ring
[L=52263]a thread
[L=52264]a cart
 kulatantu
kúla--tantu [p= 294,3] [L=52861]
" the thread coming down from a race " , the last representative of a family MBh. i.
(H3) m.
 ktasavya
ktá--savya [p= 302,3] [L=54401]
one who has the sacred thread over the left shoulder Comm. on Ka1tyS3r.
(H3) mfn.
 kośa
kóśa [p= 314,1] [L=56740]
(n. L. ; in class. literature kośa , or koa ; fr. √kuś or ku? , related to kukí and koṣṭha?) , a cask , vessel for holding liquids , (metaphorically) cloud RV. AV. Sus3r.

RV.

L.

RV. vi , 47 , 23 AV. xix , 72 , 1 S3Br.

RV.

ifc.) MBh. viii , 1733

&c MBh. R. VarBr2S.

AV. ChUp. Mun2d2Up. TUp. Pa1rGr2. BhP.

Mn. MBh. &c

&c ) ib.

surg.) a kind of bandage Sus3r.


&c Ka1vya7d. i , 13 Sa1h.

cf. bīja-) R. Ragh. BhP. Dhu1rtas.

Ma1rkP.

L.

Artocarpus integrifolia and of similar fruits L.

Ya1jn5. iii , 147 Veda7ntas.

Sus3r. VarBr2. Ma1rkP.

L.

Sus3r. VarBr2S.

W.

L.

vedā*nta phil.) a term for the three sheaths or succession of cases which make up the various frames of the body enveloping the soul (these are , 1. the ānanda-maya k° or " sheath of pleasure " , forming the kāraa-śarīra or " causal frame " ; 2. the vijñāna-maya or buddhi-m° or mano-m° or prā*a-m° k° , " the sheath of intellect or will or life " , forming the sūkma-śarīra or " subtile frame " ; 3. the anna-m° k° , " the sheath of nourishment " , forming the sthūla-śarīra or " gross frame ") Veda7ntas.

ifc.) a ball or globe (e.g. sūtra- , a ball of thread L. ; netra- , the eye-ball R. iii , 79 , 28)

Ya1jn5. ii , 95

Ra1jat. v , 325

°śa- , to drink from that cup) Ra1jat. vii , 8 ; 75 ; 460 and 493 ; viii , 283

of a conjunction of planets VarBr2S.

VarYogay.

Buddh. ) of a collection of gāthā verses Ka1ran2d2. Hcar.
kośa [p= 1325,2] [L=328940]
comp.)
(H1) m.
[L=56741]a pail , bucket
[L=56742]a drinking-vessel , cup
[L=56743]a box , cupboard , drawer , trunk
[L=56744]the interior or inner part of a carriage
[L=56745](
[L=56746]a sheath , scabbard ,
[L=56747]a case , covering , cover
[L=56748]store-room , store , provisions
[L=56749]a treasury , apartment where money or plate is kept , treasure , accumulated wealth (gold or silver , wrought or unwrought , as plate , jewellery ,
[L=56750](in
[L=56751]a dictionary , lexicon or vocabulary
[L=56752]a poetical collection , collection of sentences
[L=56753]a bud , flower-cup , seed-vessel (
[L=56754]the sheath or integument of a plant , pod , nut-shell
[L=56755]a nutmeg
[L=56756]the inner part of the fruit of
[L=56757]the cocoon of a silk-worm
[L=56758]the membrane covering an egg (in the womb)
[L=56759]the vulva
[L=56760]a testicle or the scrotum
[L=56761]the penis
[L=56762]an egg
[L=56763](in
[L=56764](
[L=56765]the water used at an ordeal or judicial trial (the defendant drinks thrice of it after some idol has been washed in it)
[L=56766]an oath
[L=56767]a cup used in the ratification of a treaty of peace (
[L=56768]N.
[L=56769]of the 2nd astrological mansion ,
[L=56770](with
(H2) (in
 kautuka
kautuka [p= 316,1] [L=57096]
(fr. kut° ; g. yuvā*di) , curiosity , interest in anything , vehement desire for (loc. or in comp.) , eagerness , vehemence impatience Pan5cat. Katha1s. (ifc. f(ā).) &c

Pan5cat. Katha1s. Vet.

esp. the ceremony with the marriage-thread or necklace preceding a marriage) Kum. Das3. Bhartr2. BhP. &c

Katha1s. li , 223

BhP. i , 17 , 26

of nine particular substances Hcat. i , 110 , 19 ; ii , 49 , 10

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

W.
kautuka [p= 1325,2] [L=328970]
partic. nuptial cereniony, Ma1nGr2.
(H1) n.
[L=57097]anything causing curiosity or admiration or interest , any singular or surprising object , wonder
[L=57098]festivity , gaiety , festival , show , solemn ceremony (
[L=57099]the marriage-thread or necklace
[L=57100]pleasure , happiness , prosperity
[L=57101]N.
[L=57102]sport , pastime
[L=57103]public diversion
[L=57104]song , dance , show , spectacle
[L=57105]season of enjoyment
[L=57106]kind or friendly greeting , civility
[L=57108]for amusement , as a relaxation
(H2) (also) the place for a
 kautukamagala
kautuka--magala [p= 316,1] [L=57114]
(ifc. f(ā).) an auspicious ceremony (esp. the ceremony with the marriage-thread preceding a marriage) MBh. i , 5056 R. BhP. &c
(H3) n.
 kārasūtra
kāra--sūtra [p= 327,2] [L=59206]
caustic thread (applied to fistulas &c ) Sus3r.
(H3) n.
 khātra
khātra [p= 337,1] [L=61317]
a spade , shovel Un2. iv , 161

ib. (= khānika)

L.

L.

L.
khātra [p= 1326,1] [L=329780]
Campak.
(H2) n.
[L=61318]a moat , square or oblong pond
[L=61319]a wood
[L=61320]a thread
[L=61321]horror
(H2) (also) a breach, hole in the wall,
 gua
guá [p= 357,1] [L=65497]
( √ grah Un2. ) a single thread or strand of a cord or twine (e.g. tri-g° q.v.) , string or thread , rope TS. vii Mr2icch. Kum. Ragh.

W.

R. iii , 33 , 16 (cāpa-) Ragh. ix , 54 R2itus. Hit.

geom.) a sinew

S3is3. iv , 57 : ifc. (f(ā). ) with numerals " fold , times " (» cátur- , tri- , daśa- , dví- , pañca- ; rarely the numeral stands by itself along with guá [e.g. viśiṣṭo daśabhir guai , " of ten times higher value " Mn. ii , 85] AV. x , 8 , 43 MBh. iii , 15649 Hariv. 509 ; [gua = bhāga] Pa1n2. 5-2 , 47 Ka1s3. )

alg.)

e.g. gandhasya guā , the different kinds of smell MBh. xii , 6847)

Mn. vii , 160 Ya1jn5. i , 346 MBh. ii , 155

upā*ya (q.v. , denoting the 4 ways of conquering an enemy) R. v , 81 , 41

» °o*pe*ta

e.g. sarva-gua mfn. " reaching to all subordinate parts " , hence " valid throughout " Ka1tyS3r. ) S3a1n3khS3r. A1s3vS3r. Ka1tyS3r. R. v , 1 , 71

S3a1n3khBr. xxvi , 4

anna i.e. rice or the chief dish) , side-dish Mn. iii , 224 ff.

= -karman , in Gr.) the secondary or less immediate object of an action Pa1n2. 1-4 , 51 Sch.

La1t2y. S3a1n3khGr2. Mn. iii , ix , &c

śabda , or sound for its gua and the ear for its organ ; 2. the air has tangibility and sound for its guas and the skin for its organ ; 3. fire or light has shape or colour , tangibility , and sound for its guas , and the eye for its organs ; 4. water has flavour , shape , tangibility , and sound for its guas , and the tongue for its organ ; 5. earth has the preceding guas , with the addition of its own peculiar gua of smell , and the nose for its organ) Mn. i , 20 and 76-78 MBh. xii , 6846 ff. S3ak. i , 1 BhP. iii , 5 , 35

khya phil.) an ingredient or constituent of prakti , chief quality of all existing beings (viz. sattva , rajas , and tamas i.e. goodness , passion , and darkness , or virtue , foulness , and ignorance ; cf. RTL. pp. 31 ; 36 ; 163) Mn. i ; iii , 40 ; xii , 24 ff. Sa1m2khyak. Bhag. xiii f.

VarBr2S. iic , 1

nyāya phil. twenty-four guas are enumerated , viz. 1. rūpa , shape , colour ; 2. rasa , savour ; 3. gandha , odour ; 4. sparśa , tangibility ; 5. sakhyā , number ; 6. parimāa , dimension ; 7. pthaktva , severalty ; 8. sayoga , conjunction ; 9. vibhāga , disjunction ; 10. paratva , remoteness ; 11. aparatva , proximity ; 12. gurutva , weight ; 13. dravatva , fluidity ; 14. sneha , viscidity ; 15. śabda , sound ; 16. buddhi or jñāna , understanding or knowledge ; 17. sukha , pleasure ; 18. dukha , pain ; 19. icchā , desire ; 20. dvea , aversion ; 21. prayatna , effort ; 22. dharma , merit or virtue ; 23. adharma , demerit ; 24. saskāra , the self-reproductive quality)

Ka1tyS3r.

Mn. MBh. &c

&c ) Ka1vya7d. i , 41 f. Kpr. viii Sa1h. viii

bāhya-prayatnās [q.v.] and the 3 accents) Ka1s3. on Pa1n2. 1-1 , 9 and 50 (cf. -mātra)

a (with ar , al Pa1n2. 1-1 , 51) , e , o Nir. x , 17 RPra1t. xi , 6 Pa1n2.

L.

cf. -kāra) L.

(cf. -kāra) L.
gua [p= 1326,2] [L=330400]
āt, "by virtue of", "in consequence of", "by means of")
(H1) m.
[L=65498]a garland
[L=65499]a bow-string
[L=65500](in
[L=65501]the string of a musical instrument , chord
[L=65502]a multiplier , co-efficient (in
[L=65503]subdivision , species , kind (
[L=65504]the 6 subdivisions of action for a king in foreign politics (viz. peace , war , march , halt , stratagem , and recourse to the protection of a mightier king)
[L=65505]=
[L=65506]" requisite "
[L=65507]a secondary element , subordinate or unessential part of any action (
[L=65508]an auxiliary act
[L=65509]a secondary dish (opposed to
[L=65510](
[L=65511]a quality , peculiarity , attribute or property
[L=65512]an attribute of the 5 elements (each of which has its own peculiar quality or qualities as well as organ of sense ; thus 1. ether has
[L=65513](in
[L=65514](hence) the number " three "
[L=65515]a property or characteristic of all created things (in
[L=65516]an epithet
[L=65517]good quality , virtue , merit , excellence
[L=65518]the merit of composition (consistency , elegance of expression ,
[L=65519]the peculiar properties of the letters (11 in number , viz. the 8
[L=65520]the first gradation of a vowel , the vowels
[L=65521]an organ of sense
[L=65522]a cook (
[L=65523]bhīma-sena
(H2) (also "power, might" ;
 guavat
guá--vat [p= 357,3] [L=65632]
" furnished with a thread or string " and " endowed with good qualities " Pan5cat. S3a1rn3gP. Subh.

Sa1m2khyak. 60

MBh. R. &c
guá--vat [L=65635]
N. of a son of guavatī Hariv. 8840
guá--vat [L=65637]
of a daughter (of sunābha and wife of sāmba Hariv. 8762 ; 8779 ; 8840 ; of the prince gua-sāgara Katha1s. cxxiii)
(H3) mfn.
[L=65633]endowed with the five qualities or attributes of elements
[L=65634]endowed with good qualities or virtues or merits or excellences , excellent , perfect
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
 ghastha
ghá--stha [p= 362,2] [L=66653]
ifc. living or staying in any one's house MBh.
ghá--stha [L=66654]
a householder , Brahman in the 2nd period of his religious life (performing the duties of the master of a house and father of a family after having finished his studies and after investiture with the sacred thread ; cf. RTL. pp. 138 ; 150 ; 362 & 386) Gaut. A1p. Mn. BhP. vii , &c
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
 cīna
cīna [p= 399,2] [L=74424]
the Chinese Mn. x , 44 MBh. ii f. , vf. R. iv , 44 , 14 Lalit. Jain. Car. VarBr2S. (also a)
cīna [L=74425]
sg. a kind of deer L.
cīna [L=74426]
Panicum miliaceum (also cinna L. )
cīna [L=74427]
a thread L.
cīna [L=74428]
a banner L.
cīna [L=74429]
a bandage for the corners of the eyes Sus3r. i , 18 , 11
cīna [L=74430]
lead L.
(H1) m. pl.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
 tantu
tántu [p= 436,1] [L=82420]
a thread , cord , string , line , wire , warp (of a web) , filament , fibre RV. &c

W.

BhP.

Ka1tyS3r. iii A1p. TUp. MBh. (cf. kula-) &c

AitBr. vii , 17

MBh. xii , 7877 Ma1lati1m.

of a sāman A1rshBr.

-nāga L.

g. gargā*di) N. of a man Pravar. iv , 1

ṣṭha- , vara- , saptá-.
(H2) m.
[L=82421]a cobweb
[L=82422]a succession of sacrificial performances
[L=82423]any one propagating his family in regular succession
[L=82424]a line of descendants
[L=82425]any continuity (as of thirst or hope)
[L=82426]N.
[L=82427]=
[L=82428](
[L=82429]cf.
 tantukārya
tántu--kārya [L=82432]
" thread-work " , a web SarvUp.
(H3) n.
 tantuparvan
tántu--parvan [L=82442]
" thread-festival " , the day of full moon in month śrāvaa (anniversary of kṛṣṇa's investment with the Brahmanical cord) Tithya1d.
(H3) n.
 tantumat
tántu--mat [L=82446]
forming threads , " roping " (as a liquid) Car. vi f.

a- neg.) Sus3r. iii

agni) A1pS3r. ix , 8 , 5 S3a1n3khGr2. v , 4 , 2 AV. Pra1yas3c. ii , 1
(H3) mfn.
[L=82447](
[L=82448]" uninterrupted like a thread " (said of an
 tantumadhya
tántu--madhya [L=82451]
(ā)n. having a thread-like waist Priy. iv , 2.
(H3) mf
 tantuka
tantuka [L=82471]
a thread , rope Bhartr2. i , 95
tantuka [L=82471.1]
a kind of serpent Sus3r.
tantuka [L=82471.2]
the plant °tu-bha L. Sch.
(H2) ifc.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 tantvagra
tantv--agra [p= 436,2] [L=82563]
the end of thread g. gahā*di.
(H3) n.
 dakiata upavītin
dákia--° tá-upavītin [p= 465,3] [L=89393.2]
wearing the sacred thread on the right , iii , 17 , 11
(H4) mfn.
 daṇḍa
daṇḍá [p= 466,2] [L=89571]
( = δένδρο-ν -v , hence cognate with dā́ru and √ d) (n. [cf. iku-] g. ardharcā*di) a stick , staff , rod , pole , cudgel , club RV. &c (staff given at investiture with the sacred thread S3Br. &c ; " penis [with vaitasá] " , xi , 5 , 1 , 1 ; " trunk " » śuṇḍā- ; " arm " or " leg " » dor- , bāhu- ; " tusk " » daṃṣṭrā-)

°akā*sana Br2Na1rP. xxxi , 115 (n.)

cf. iku- , ud- , khara-) MBh. ii , 2390


&c ) AitBr. S3Br. &c

L.

» mahādaṇḍa-dhara

S3a1n3khS3r. xvii

L.

cf. °ā*hata) L.

hastas) VarBr2S. xxiv , 9 Ma1rkP. il

of a measure of time (= 60 vi-kalās) BrahmaP. ii VarP. BhavP.

of a staff-like appearance in the sky (" N. of a planet " L. ; cf. -bhāsa) VarBr2S.

of a constellation , xx , 2 VarBr2. Laghuj.

cf. -vyuha) L.

cf. -pāta)

cf. nyasta-) , application of power , violence Mn. vii f. MBh.

gen. or in comp.) , control , restraint (cf. vāg- , mano- , kāya- [karma- Ma1rkP. xli , 22] ; tri-daṇḍin) Subh.

kośa- , du " treasure and army " Mn. ix , 294 MBh. Kir. ii , 12) Mn. vii Ragh. xvii , 62
466,2] [p= 466,3] [L=89571.38]
Ta1n2d2yaBr. xvii , 1 Mn. MBh. &c (cf. guptá & ha-)
466,3] [L=89571.40]
L.
daṇḍá [L=89571.42]
a horse L.
daṇḍá [L=89571.44]
Punishment (son of dharma and kriyā VP. i , 7 , 27 Ma1rkP. l)
daṇḍá [L=89571.46]
yama L.
daṇḍá [L=89571.48]
śiva MBh. xii , 10361
daṇḍá [L=89571.50]
N. of an attendant of the Sun iii , 198
daṇḍá [L=89571.52]
(g. śivā*di and śaunakā*di) N. of a man with the patr. aupara MaitrS. iii , 8 , 7 TS. vi , 2 , 9 , 4
daṇḍá [L=89571.54]
of a prince slain by arjuna (brother of -dhara , identified with the asura krodha-hant) MBh. if. , viii
daṇḍá [L=89571.56]
of a rakas R. vii , 5 , 39
daṇḍá [L=89571.58]
» °oaka
daṇḍa [p= 1328,3] [L=333220]
comp.)
(H1) m.
[L=89571.02]=
[L=89571.04]a stalk , stem (of a tree ;
[L=89571.06]the staff of a banner , 2079 ; iv , xiv
[L=89571.08]the handle (of a ladle , sauce-pan , fly-flap , parasol
[L=89571.10]the steam of a plough
[L=89571.12]" a mast "
[L=89571.14]the cross-bar of a lute which holds the strings
[L=89571.16]the stick with which a lute is played
[L=89571.18]a churning-stick (
[L=89571.20]a pole as a measure of length (= 4
[L=89571.22]N.
[L=89571.24]N.
[L=89571.26]N.
[L=89571.28]a form of military array (
[L=89571.30]a line (
[L=89571.32]a staff or sceptre as a symbol of power and sovereignty (
[L=89571.34]power over (
[L=89571.36]embodied power , army (
[p= the rod as a symbol of judicial authority and punishment , punishment (corporal , verbal , and fiscal ; chastisement and imprisonment , reprimand , fine)
[p= pride
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H2) (in
 daṇḍapradāna
daṇḍá--pradāna [p= 467,1] [L=89657]
donation of a staff (at investiture with the thread) S3a1n3khGr2. ii , 11 , 4.
(H3) n.
 dīrghatantu
dīrghá--tantu [p= 482,1] [L=93033]
°ghá-) mfn. forming a long thread or row RV. x , 69 , 7.
(H3) (
 dvija
dvi--já [p= 504,3] [L=98441]
dvijá.
dvi-já [p= 506,1] [L=98799]
twice-born
dvi-já [L=98800]
a man of any one of the first 3 classes , any Aryan , (esp.) a Brahman (re-born through investiture with the sacred thread cf. upa-nayana) AV. Mn. MBh. &c
dvi-já [L=98801]
a bird or any oviparous animal (appearing first as an egg) Mn. MBh. &c
dvi-já [L=98802]
a tooth (as growing twice) Sus3r. Bhartr2. Var. (n. BhP. ii , 1 , 31)
dvi-já [L=98803]
coriander seed or Xantboxylum Alatum L.
dvi-já [L=98805]
Clerodendrum Siphonantus L.
dvi-já [L=98806]
pāla L. (cf. -jā́and-jati).
(H3) »
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 dvijāyanī
dvijāyanī [p= 506,2] [L=98870]
the thread worn over the shoulder and marking the first 3 or twice-born classes L.
(H2) f.
 dhanurguā
dhanur--guā [p= 509,2] [L=99555]
Sanseviera Zeylanica (from the leaves of which a tough thread is extracted of which bow-strings were made) L.
(H3B) f.
 nāgayajñopavīta
nāgá--yajño* pavīta [p= 533,2] [L=105087]
a serpent as the sacred thread
(H3) n.
 nisūtra
ni--sūtra [p= 539,1] [L=106463]
without thread Naish.

ib.
(H3) mfn.
[L=106464]helpless
 nivīta
ni-vīta [p= 559,3] [L=110336]
tin » ni-vye.
ni-° vīta [p= 560,2] [L=110450]
hung or adorned with (instr.) ib.

Shad2vBr. La1t2y.
ni-° vīta [L=110452]
wearing the Brahmanical thread like a necklace round the neck
ni-° vīta [L=110453]
the thread so worn TS. Ka1tyS3r.
ni-° vīta [L=110454]
(ā , or ī ?)n. a veil , mantle , wrapper (cf. ni-vta).
(H1) °
(H3) mfn.
[L=110451]having the Brahmanical thread round the neck
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) mf
 nivītin
ni-° vītin [L=110455]
wearing the thread round the neck in worshipping the ṛṣis Mn. ii , 63 RTL. 379 ; 410.
(H3) mfn.
 netī
netī [p= 568,3] [L=112075]
the drawing of a thread through the nose and mouth (as a kind of penance) Cat.
(H2) f.
 pakman
pákman [p= 574,2] [L=113272]
(sg. and pl.) the eyelashes (°onipātena , " in the twinkling of an eye , in an instant " MBh. ; cf. pakma-pāta &c above ) TS. S3Br. &c

S3is3. i , 8

ib. v , 85

L.

Ka1d.

L.

MW.
(H2) n.
[L=113273]the hair (of a deer)
[L=113274]the filament of a flower
[L=113275]a thin thread
[L=113276]the leaf of a flower
[L=113277]a wing
[L=113278]a whisker
 pañji
pañji [p= 578,3] [L=114253]
or pañjī the ball of cotton from which thread is spun L.
(H1) f.
 paṭṭasūtra
paṭṭa--sūtra [p= 579,3] [L=114476]
a silk thread
(H3) n.
 paṭṭasūtramaya
paṭṭa--sūtra---maya [L=114478]
(ī)n. made of silk-thread Hcat.
(H4) mf
 pavitra
pavítra [p= 611,1] [L=120432]
a means of purification , filter , strainer , straining-cloth &c (made of thread or hair or straw , for clarifying fruits , esp. the soma) RV. &c

grass (esp. two kuśa leaves for holding offerings or for sprinkling and purifying ghee &c ) S3Br. Ka1tyS3r. Mn. &c (ifc. also ko » sa-pavitraka) , a ring of kuśa grass worn on the fourth finger on partic. occasions W.

mantra Mn. Ya1jn5. MBh.

RV. iii , 26 , 8 ; 31 , 6 &c

L.

L.

L.

varaa or gharaa) L.

L.

argha is presented L. (ifc. -ka Ma1rkP. )

cf. °trā*ropas)

of viṣṇu (also presented pavintrāām) MBh. (cf RTL. 106)

śiva ib.

ādityānām and devānām) N. of sāmans A1rshBr.

Col.
pavítra [L=120447]
N. of a partic. soma-sacrifice belonging to the rājasūya Ta1n2d2Br. Sch. S3rS.
pavítra [L=120448]
Sesamum Indicum L.
pavítra [L=120449]
Nageia Putranjiva L.
pavítra [L=120450]
N. of a man g. aśvā*di
pavítra [L=120451]
of an āgirasa (the supposed author of RV. ix , 67 ; 73 ; 83 ; 107) RAnukr.
pavítra [L=120452]
(pl.) N. of a class of deities in the 14th manv-antara , Pur
pavítra [L=120454]
of sev. rivers MBh. Pur.
pavítra [L=120455]
the 12th day of the light half of śravaa (a festival in honour of viṣṇu) W.
pavítra [L=120456]
(ā)n. purifying , averting evil , pure , holy , sacred , sinless , beneficent Mn. MBh. &c
pavitra [p= 1330,1] [L=335840]
comp.)
(H2) n.
[L=120433]kuśa
[L=120434]a purifying prayer or
[L=120435]a means of purifying or clearing the mind
[L=120436]melted butter
[L=120437]honey
[L=120438]water
[L=120439]rain or rubbing (
[L=120440]copper
[L=120441]the vessel in which the
[L=120442]the Brahmanical cord (
[L=120443]N.
[L=120444]of
[L=120445](with
[L=120446]a kind of metre
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) mf
(H2) (in
 pavitrāropaa
pavitrā* ropaa [p= 611,1] [L=120475]
" putting on the pavitra " , investiture with the Brahmanical cord , (esp.) investing the image of kṛṣṇa or another deity with the sacred thread , N. of a festival on the 12th day of the light half of śrāvaa or aāha Pan5c.
(H3) n.
 pavitrārohaa
pavitrā* rohaa [L=120477]
investing with the sacred thread (cf. °ropaa) , N. of a festival in honour of durgā on the 8th day of the light half of śrāvaa or aāha L.
(H3) n.
 pitryupavīta
pitryupavīta [p= 627,1] [L=124193]
(for °*p°) investiture with the thread sacred to the pits GopBr. Vait.
(H3) n.
 pippalaka
pippalaka [p= 628,1] [L=124369]
a pin Car.
pippalaka [L=124370]
a nipple L.
pippalaka [L=124371]
sewing thread L.
(H2) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 prajāti
pra-° jāti [p= 658,2] [L=130856]
prá-) f. generating or generative power , generation , production , bringing forth , delivery Br. S3rS. BhP.

prá-) f. = upa-nayana , initiation with the sacred thread (as causing second birth) BhP. Sch.
pra-° jāti [L=130856.2]
prá-) m. N. of a prince Ma1rkP. (v.l. pra-jāni)
(H3) (
[L=130856.1](
(H3B) (
 pravītin
pra-vītin [p= 693,1] [L=137156]
( √ vye) having the sacred thread hanging down the back Gal. (cf. upa-vītin , ni-vītin).
(H1) mfn.
 prāasūtra
prā* á--sūtra [p= 705,3] [L=139672]
the thread of life , MantraBr.
(H3) n.
 prāātman
prā* ā* tman [p= 706,1] [p= 705,3] [L=139687]
the spirit which connects the totality of subtle bodies like a thread = sūsrā*tman (sometimes called hiraya-garbha) , vital or animal soul (the lowest of the 3 souls of a human being ; the other 2 being *tman and paramā*tman) Tarkas. (cf. IW. 114) .
(H3) m.
 prānta
prā* nta [p= 707,2] [L=139990]
(pra-anta) (ifc. f(ā).) edge , border , margin , verge , extremity , end MBh. Ka1v. &c (yauvana-pr° , the end of youth Pan5cat. ; oṣṭha-prā*ntau , the corners of the mouth L. )
prā* nta [L=139990.1]
a point , tip (of a blade of grass) Kaus3.
prā* nta [L=139990.2]
back part (of a carriage) Vikr. (ibc. , finally , eventually Ka1v. Pan5cat. )
prā* nta [L=139990.3]
thread end of a cloth L.
prā* nta [L=139990.4]
N. of a man g. aśvā*di
prā* nta [L=139990.5]
dwelling near the boundaries DivyA7v.
(H1) mn.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) mfn.
 ploti
ploti [p= 715,3] [L=141582]
thread , connection (in karma-p°) DivyA7v.
(H2) f.
 bālayajñopavītaka
bāla--yajño* pavītaka [p= 729,1] [L=144614]
the sacred thread worn across the breast L.

W. (cf. bālópavīta).
(H3) n.
[L=144615]a sort of substitute for the sacred thread worn by children (?)
 brahmajanman
brahma--janman [p= 738,2] [L=146683]
" spiritual birth " , investiture with the sacred thread Mn. ii , 146 ; 170
brahma--janman [L=146684]
" brahmā -born " (said of prajāpati) Hariv.
(H3) n.
(H3B) mfn.
 brahmamekhala
brahma--mekhala [p= 739,2] [L=146920]
Saccharum Munjia (of which the sacred thread of a Brahman is made) L.
(H3) m.
 brahmasūtra
brahma--sūtra [p= 740,2] [L=147113]
the sacred thread worn over the shoulder Ya1jn5. MBh. &c

sūtra work treating of the knowledge of brahma (esp. the aphorisms of the vedā*nta philosophy ascribed to bādarāyaa or vyāsa , also called bādarāyaa- or vedā*nta- or vyāsa- or śārīraka-sūtra , and uttara- or brahma-mīmā)
(H3) n.
[L=147114]a
 bhāva
bhāvá [p= 754,2] [L=150178]
( √ bhū) becoming , being , existing , occurring , appearance S3vetUp. Ka1tyS3r. &c

loc. or comp.) MBh. RPra1t.

opp. to cessation ; eko*ti-bhāva , continuity of the thread of existence through successive births Buddh. , wrongly translated under eko*ti-bh°) MBh.

sthāvira , old age ; anyam bhāvam āpadyate , euphem. = he dies ; state of being anything , esp. ifc. e.g. bālabhāva , the state of being a child , childhood = bālatā , or tva ; sometimes added pleonastically to an abstract noun e.g. tanutā-bhāva , the state of thinness) Up. S3rS. MBh. &c

ibc. and °vena ind. really , truly) MBh. Hariv.

eko bhāva or eka-bh° , a simple or artless nature ; bhāvo bhāva nigacchati = birds of a feather flock together) MBh. Ka1v. &c

Ka1v. Sa1h.

yādśena bhāvena , with whatever disposition of mind ; bhāvam amagala-k , with loc. , to be ill disposed against ; bhāva dṛḍha-k , to make a firm resolution) Mn. MBh. &c

rhet.) passion , emotion (2 kinds of bhāvas are enumerated , the sthāyin or primary , and vyabhicārin or subordinate ; the former are 8 or 9 according as the rasas or sentiments are taken to be 8 or 9 ; the latter 33 or 34) Ka1v. Sa1h. Prata1p. &c

Mn. Pan5cat.

iti bhāva , " such is the sense " = ity artha or ity abhiprā*ya , constantly used by commentators at the end of their explanations)

bhāva-k , with loc. , to feel an affection for) MBh. Ka1v. &c

parituṣṭena bhāvena , with a pleased mind) S3vetUp. Mn. MBh. &c

sarva-bhāvā , all earthly objects ; bhāvā sthāvara-jagamā , plants and animals) Mun2d2Up. MBh. &c

dram.) a discreet or learned man (as a term of address = respected sir) Mr2icch. Ma1lav. Ma1lati1m.

astron.) the state or condition of a planet L.

ib.

of the 27th kalpa (s.v.) ib.

VarBr2S.

esp. as a term for an impersonal passive or neuter verb having neither agent nor object expressed e.g. pacyate , " there is cooking " or " cooking is going on ") Pa1n2. 3-1 , 66 ; 107 &c

of the author of the bhāvaprakāśa (= miśra-bhāva) Cat.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L. (cf. -samanvita).
bhāva [p= 760,2] [L=151460]
» p.754 &c
(H1) m.
[L=150179]turning or transition into (
[L=150180]continuance (
[L=150181]state , condition , rank (with
[L=150182]true condition or state , truth , reality (
[L=150183]manner of being , nature , temperament , character (
[L=150184]manner of acting , conduct , behaviour
[L=150185]any state of mind or body , way of thinking or feeling , sentiment , opinion , disposition , intention (
[L=150186](in
[L=150187]conjecture , supposition
[L=150188]purport , meaning , sense (
[L=150189]love , affection , attachment (
[L=150190]the seat of the feelings or affections , heart , soul , mind (
[L=150191]that which is or exists , thing or substance , being or living creature (
[L=150192](in
[L=150193](in
[L=150194]an astrological house or lunar mansion
[L=150195]N.
[L=150196]of the 8th (42nd) year in Jupiter's cycle of 60 years
[L=150197](in gram.) the fundamental notion of the verb , the sense conveyed by the abstract noun (
[L=150198]N.
[L=150199]wanton sport , dalliance
[L=150200]birth
[L=150201]place of birth , the womb
[L=150202]the world , universe
[L=150203]an organ of sense
[L=150204]superhuman power
[L=150205]the Supreme Being
[L=150206]advice , instruction
[L=150207]contemplation , meditation
(H2) &c
 bhāvādvaita
bhāvā* dvaita [p= 754,3] [L=150324]
natural or material cause (as thread of cloth) MW.
(H3) n.
 magalasūtra
magala--sūtra [p= 773,1] [L=154234]
" lucky thread " , the marriage-thread (tied by the bridegroom round the bride's neck , and worn as long as the husband lives) MW.
(H3) n.
 mālāguaparikiptā
mālā--gua---parikiptā [p= 813,3] [L=163656]
" invested with the marriage-thread " , a marriageable woman MW.
(H4) f.
 mṛṇ
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 28.41
Whitney Roots links: mf2
mṛṇ [p= 829,3] [L=167184]
cf.m) cl.6 P. ( Dha1tup. xxviii , 41) mṛṇáti , to crush , smash , slay , kill RV. AV.  ; 
to thread , winnow
S3Br.
(H1) (
 yajñasūtra
yajñá--sūtra [p= 840,2] [L=169428]
the sacrificial thread or cord (» yajño*pavīta) R.
(H3) n.
 yajñopavīta
yajño* pavītá [L=169500]
the investiture of youths of the three twice-born castes with the sacred thread or (in later times) the thread itself (worn over the left shoulder and hanging down under the right ; originally put on only during the performance of sacred ceremonies but its position occasionally changed [cf. prācīnāvītin , nivītin] ; in modern times assumed by other castes , as by the vaidyas or medical caste in Bengal ; cf. upanayana and IW. 192) TBr. &c
(H3) n.
 yajñopavītaka
yajño* pavī° ta-ka [L=169501]
the sacred thread L. (cf. bālayajño*pav°)
(H4) n.
 yajñopavītavat
yajño* pavī° ta-vat [L=169502]
invested with the sacrifice thread MBh. Hariv.
(H4) mfn.
 yaṣṭi
yaṣṭi 1 [p= 840,3] [L=169538]
(for 2. » [p= 848,3]) sacrificing Pa1n2. 3-3 , 110 Sch. (prob. w.r. for iṣṭi).
yaṣṭí 2 [p= 848,3] [L=170964]
(only L. ) or f. (also yaṣṭī cf. g. bahv-ādi ; prob. fr. √ yach = yam ; for 1. yaṣṭi » [p= 840,3]) " any support " , a staff , stick , wand , rod , mace , club , cudgel

S3Br. &c

» dhvaja-y°)

Hariv. Ka1v.

ifc.) anything thin or slender (» aga- , bhuja-y°) MBh. Ka1v. &c

» asi-y°)

esp. of pearls ; cf. mai- , hāra-y°) Ka1lid.

partic. kind of pearl necklace VarBr2S.

Sus3r.

L.

Siphonantus L.

W.
(H2) f.
(H1) n.
[L=170965]pole , pillar , perch
[L=170966]a flag-staff (
[L=170967]a stalk , stem , branch , twig
[L=170968](
[L=170969]the blade of a sword (
[L=170970]a thread , string (
[L=170971]a
[L=170972]liquorice
[L=170973]sugar-cane
[L=170974]Clerodendrum
[L=170975]any creeping plant
 yāgasūtra
yāga--sūtra [p= 850,2] [L=171235]
the sacrificial cord , sacred thread Up. (cf. yajña-sūtra).
(H3) n.
 rakā
rakā [p= 860,1] [L=173088]
the act of protecting or guarding , protection , care , preservation , security Mn. MBh. &c

Mr2icch. Ka1m.

esp.) a sort of bracelet or amulet , any mysterious token used as a charm BhP. Sus3r.

cf. mahā-r°)

L.

partic. occasions (esp. on the full moon of śrāvaa , either as an amulet and preservative against misfortune , or as a symbol of mutual dependence , or as a mark of respect) MW.
(H2) f.
[L=173089]a guard , watch , sentinel
[L=173090]any preservative , (
[L=173091]a tutelary divinity (
[L=173092]ashes (used as a preservative)
[L=173093]a piece of thread or silk bound round the wrist on
 rakī
rakī [L=173093.1]
a piece of thread or silk bound round the wrist on partic. occasions (esp. on the full moon of śrāvaa , either as an amulet and preservative against misfortune , or as a symbol of mutual dependence , or as a mark of respect) MW.
(H2B) f.
 rāgasūtra
rāga--sūtra [p= 872,2] [L=176162]
(only L. ) any coloured thread or string


°traka).
(H3) n.
[L=176163]a silk thread
[L=176164]the string of a balance (also
 vāgduṣṭa
vāg--duṣṭa [p= 936,3] [L=190033]
speaking badly or ill
vāg--duṣṭa [L=190034]
a rude or insulting speaker Mn. MBh. Hariv.
vāg--duṣṭa [p= 937,1] [L=190035]
= vrātya , an out-caste or a Brahman who has passed the proper time of life without investiture with the sacred thread &c L.
vāg--duṣṭa [L=190036]
N. of a Brahman Hariv.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
 vāya
vāya 1 [p= 942,1] [L=191180]
(fr. √ ve ; cf. 1. vāpa) " weaving " or " a weaver " (» tantu- , tantra- , tunna- , vāso-v°)

» tiraścina-v°).
vāya 2 [L=191187]
(said to be) patr. fr. vi , a bird Nir. vi , 28.
vāya 3 [L=191188]
(fr. √ ) a leader , guide (» pada-vāyá).
(H1) m.
[L=191181]a thread , strap (
(H1) m.
(H1) m.
 vāladāman
vā́la--dā́man [p= 946,1] [L=192096]
a hair-thread S3Br.
(H3) n.
 vītasūtra
vītá--sūtra [p= 1004,2] [L=203399]
the sacred thread or cord Vikr. v , 19 (cf. ni- and upa-vīta).
(H3) n.
 vyupavīta
vy--upavīta [p= 1029,1] [L=208294]
devoid of the sacred thread , Pra7yas3c. 1.
vy-upavīta [p= 1040,3] [L=210256]
[p= 1029,1].
(H3) mfn.
(H1) »
 vratabhikā
vratá--bhikā [p= 1042,3] [L=210621]
soliciting alms (as one of the ceremonies at investiture with the sacred thread) W.
(H3) f.
 śaatantu
śaá--tantu [p= 1048,2] [L=211775]
thread or string made of the fibre of the Crotolaria Juncea MW.
(H3) m.
 śikhāsūtra
śíkhā--sūtra [p= 1070,3] [L=216694]
the lock of hair on the crown of the head and the sacred thread (regarded as distinguishing marks of a Brahman) MW.
(H3) n.
 śuklayajñopavītavat
śuklá--yajño* pavīta-vat [p= 1080,3] [L=219104]
invested with a white sacred thread MBh.
(H3) mfn.
 śmaśruyajñopavītin
śmáśru--yajño* pavītin [p= 1094,2] [L=222021]
wearing a beard and invested with the sacred thread Hcat.
(H3) mfn.
 ṣṭyuma
ṣṭyuma [p= 1111,1] [L=225559]
or ṣṭyūma (perhaps w.r. for ṣṭhyūma fr. √ ṣṭhiv , or syūma fr √ siv ; only L. ) the moon




(H1) m.
[L=225559.1]light
[L=225559.2]water
[L=225559.3]thread
[L=225559.4]auspiciousness.
 savītin
sa-° vītin [p= 1117,1] [L=226515]
girt with the sacred thread Sin6ha7s.
(H3) mfn.
 saskārahīna
sa-skāra--hīna [p= 1120,3] [L=227074]
without purificatory rites
sa-skāra--hīna [L=227075]
a man of one of the three classes who has not been a recipient of initiation with the sacred thread or of the other purificatory ceremonies (and hence becomes an outcaste) L.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
 sakhyāmagalagranthi
sa-khyā--magala-granthi [p= 1128,1] [L=228425]
the auspicious ceremony of tying knots in a thread corresponding to the number of the past years of one's life Uttarar.
(H3) m.
 sarat
sarat [p= 1182,1] [L=237497]
going , flowing , proceeding &c (»s)
sarat [L=237498]
a thread L.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) m.
 sarit
sarit [p= 1182,3] [L=237635]
a river , stream (saritā varā , " best of rivers ") , the Ganges

nātha , " lord of rivers " , the ocean

tām pati id. , an expression for the number " four " RV. &c

Nida1nas.

L.

of durgā L.
(H2) f.
[L=237636]°
[L=237637]°
[L=237638]a metre of 72 syllables
[L=237639]a thread , string
[L=237640]N.
 savya
savyá [p= 1191,2] [L=239673]
(ā)n. (accord. to Un2. iv , 109 fr. √ ; perhaps for skavya cf. Gk. , col.3) left , left hand (am , éna , ā́ e , and ibc. , " on the left ") RV. &c

am , ena , and ibc. , " on the sight ")

am &c , " to the south ") Su1ryas. VarBr2S.

L.
savyá [L=239677]
the left arm or hand RV. Br. Ka1tyS3r. Ya1jn5.
savyá [L=239678]
the left foot , Ka1tyS3r. Gobh.
savyá [L=239679]
one of the ten ways in which an eclipse takes place VarBr2S.
savyá [L=239680]
a fire lighted at a person's death L.
savyá [L=239681]
N. of viṣṇu L.
savyá [L=239682]
(sávya) N. of a man befriended by the aśvins RV.
savyá [L=239683]
of an agirasa and author of RV. i , 51-57 Anukr.
savyá [p= 1191,3] [p= 1191,2] [L=239684]
(scil. yajño*pavīta) the sacred thread worn over the left shoulder (acc. with √ k , " to put the sacred thread over the left shoulder ") Ka1tyS3r. Sch. ([accord. to some for skavya , cf. Gk. σκαιός ; Lat. scaevus ; accord. to others for syavya cf. Slav. s8uji7]).
(H1) mf
[L=239674]opposite to left , right , right hand (
[L=239675]south , southern (
[L=239676]reverse , contrary , backward
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
 sāvitra
sāvitrá [p= 1211,2] [L=243442]
(ī́)n. (fr. savit) relating or belonging to the sun , derived or descended from the sun , belonging to the solar dynasty TS. VS. Ka1tyS3r. MBh. Hariv.

sāvitra i.e. kara MBh.

sāvitri verse (cf. below) BhP.
sāvitrá [L=243445]
a partic. agni TBr.
sāvitrá [L=243446]
a partic. kind of ladleful (cf. graha) TS. S3Br.
sāvitrá [L=243447]
(scil. homa) a partic. oblation Mn. iv , 150
sāvitrá [L=243448]
(scil. kalpa) N. of the 10th kalpa (q.v.) VP.
sāvitrá [L=243449]
a Brahman (accord. to some " a gha-stha who possesses corn in a granary ") L.
sāvitrá [L=243450]
an embryo or fetus L.
sāvitrá [L=243451]
the sun L.
sāvitrá [L=243452]
a son or descendant of savit (applied to kara , candra-ketu , śiva , one of the vasus , one of the maruts , and one of the rudras) MBh. R. Hariv.
sāvitrá [L=243453]
N. of one of the peaks of meru VP.
sāvitrá [L=243455]
(scil. havis) a partic. oblation TS. S3Br. &c
sāvitrá [L=243456]
initiation into membership of the twice-born classes by reciting the sāvitri verse and investing with the sacred thread BhP.
sāvitrá [L=243457]
the sacred thread (= yajño*pavīta) L.
sāvitrá [L=243458]
N. of various sāmans A1rshBr.
sāvitrá [L=243459]
of a pariśiṣṭa of the yajur-veda
sāvitrá [L=243460]
of a partic. muhūrta (q.v.) Cat.
sāvitrá [L=243461]
of the nakatra hasta (presided over by savit) MBh.
sāvitrá [L=243462]
of a forest Ma1rkP.
(H1) mf
[L=243443]relating to
[L=243444]accompanied or effected by the
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
 sāvitrī
sāvitrī́ [L=243454]
» below
sāvitrī́ [L=243472]
a verse or prayer addressed to savit or the Sun (esp. the celebrated verse RV. iii , 62 , 10 ; also called gāyatrī q.v.) AitBr. &c

cf. under sāvitrá , and upa-nayana) Gaut. Mn. MBh. &c

partic. form of the gāyatrī metre Ked.

of sūryā or a daughter of savit AV. Br. MBh. &c

of the wife of brahmā (sometimes regarded as the above verse deified or as the mystical mother of the three twice-born classes , or as the daughter of savit by his wife pśni) MBh. Katha1s. &c

śiva L.

prakti Cat.

satya-vat (king of śālva ; she was daughter of aśva-pati , king of madra , and is regarded as a type of conjugal love ; her story is the subject of a fine episode of the mahā-bhārata ; » sāvitryupā*khyāna) MBh. R. BhP.

dharma (daughter of daka) VP.

kaśyapa Cat.
1211,3] [L=243482]
bhoja (king of dhārā) ib.

aṣṭāvakra Katha1s.

yamunā river Ba1lar.

sarasvatī R.

BhP.

W.

L.
(H1B) f.
(H2) f.
[L=243473]initiation as a member of the three twice-born classes by reciting the above verse and investing with the sacred thread (
[L=243474]a
[L=243475]N.
[L=243476]N.
[L=243477]of a wife of
[L=243478]of a manifestation of
[L=243479]of the wife of
[L=243480]of the wife of
[L=243481]of the wife of
[p= of the wife of
[L=243483]of a daughter of
[L=243484]of the
[L=243485]of the
[L=243486]of another river
[L=243487]a ray of light , solar ray
[L=243488]the ring-finger
 sāvitrīpatita
sāvitrī́--patita [L=243491]
" fallen from or deprived of the sāvitrī " , not invested with the sacred thread at the proper time Ya1jn5. i , 38.
(H3) mfn.
 sāvitrīsūtra
sāvitrī́--sūtra [L=243502]
the sacred thread (= yajño*pavīta) L.
(H3) n.
 sitayajñopavītin
sita--yajño* pavītin [p= 1214,2] [L=244161]
invested with a white sacred thread Hcat.
(H3) mfn.
 sudāya
su--dāya [p= 1224,3] [L=246622]
a good or auspicious gift , a special gift on partic. occasions (e.g. a gift to a student at his investiture with the sacred thread or yajñopavīta , a nuptial present &c ) L.
su--dāya [L=246623]
one who makes the above gift (e.g. a father , mother , husband &c ) Da1yabh.
(H3) m.
(H3B) mfn.
 sūcisūtra
sūci--sūtra [p= 1241,1] [L=251071]
a thread for a needle or for sewing (v.l. sūcī-ś°) L.
(H3) n.
 sūtra
sū́tra [p= 1241,3] [L=251185]
(accord. to g. ardhacā*di also m. ; fr. √ siv , " to sew " , and connected with sūci and sūnā) a thread , yarn , string , line , cord , wire AV. &c

cf. -pāta) Hariv. VarBr2S. &c

cf. yajño*pavīta) BhP.

ib.

Ka1lid.

MBh. VarBr2S. Gol.

Ra1jat.

BhP.

sūtra works form manuals of teaching in ritual , philosophy , grammar &c : e.g. in ritual there are first the śrauta-sūtras , and among them the kalpa-sūtras , founded directly on śruti q.v. ; they form a kind of rubric to Vedic ceremonial , giving concise rules for the performance of every kind of sacrifice [ IW. 146 &c ] ; other kinds of śruti works are the ghya-sūtras and sāmayācārika or dharma-sūtras i.e. " rules for domestic ceremonies and conventional customs " , sometimes called collectively smārta-sūtras [as founded on smti or " tradition " » smārta] ; these led to the later dharmaśāstras or " law-books " [ IW. 145] ; in philosophy each system has its regular text-book of aphorisms written in sūtras by its supposed founder [ IW. 60 &c ] ; in vyākaraa or grammar there are the celebrated sūtras of ini in eight books , which are the groundwork of a vast grammatical literature ; with Buddhists , pāśupatas &c the term sūtra is applied to original text books as opp. to explanatory works ; with jainas they form part of the dṛṣṭivāda) IW. 162 &c

DivyA7v.
(H2) n.
[L=251186]a measuring line (
[L=251187]the sacred thread or cord worn by the first three classes (
[L=251188]a girdle
[L=251189]a fibre
[L=251190]a line , stroke
[L=251191]a sketch , plan
[L=251192]that which like a thread runs through or holds together everything , rule , direction
[L=251193]a short sentence or aphoristic rule , and any work or manual consisting of strings of such rules hanging together like threads (these
[L=251194]a kind of tree
 sūtragraha
sū́tra--graha [p= 1242,1] [L=251215]
holding a thread Pa1n2. 3-2 , 9 Va1rtt. 2 Pat.
(H3) mfn.
 sūtragrāha
sū́tra--grāha [L=251216]
seizing a thread (but not holding it) ib.
(H3) mfn.
 sūtratantu
sū́tra--tantu [L=251219]
(once n.) a thread , string , line Gobh. S3a1n3khGr2. Hariv.

L.
(H3) m.
[L=251220]perseverance , energy
 sūtradhāra
sū́tra--dhāra [L=251226]
" rule or thread-holder " , an architect , carpenter MBh. VarBr2S.

accord. to some he was originally so called from holding the strings of puppets ; his assistants are the pāripārśvika and sthāpaka , qq. vv.) Bhar. Sa1h. &c

of indra L.
sū́tra--dhāra [L=251230]
(ī)n. being the chief or leading person at any performance (comp.) Ba1lar.
(H3) m.
[L=251227]a stage-manager (or principal actor who superintends the whole performance ;
[L=251228]N.
(H3B) mf
 sūtrapupa
sū́tra--pupa [L=251243]
" having thread-like flowers " , the cotton plant L.
(H3) m.
 sūtrabhid
sū́tra--bhid [L=251249]
" thread-cutter " , a tailor L.
(H3) m.
 sūtrātman
sūtrā* tman [L=251272]
" thread-soul " , the soul which passes like a thread through the universe Veda7ntas. ( IW. 114) .
(H3) m.
 sūtraka
sūtraka [L=251282]
= sūtra , a thread , string &c Pa1n2. 1-1 , 1 Va1rtt. 8 Pat.
(H2) n.
 sūtrikā
sūtrikā [L=251283]
a kind of macaroni or vermicelli (shaped like thread) Pan5cat. v , 34÷35
sūtrikā [L=251284]
a necklace (» ura-sūtrikā).
sūtrikā [p= 1242,2] [L=251291.1]
(ikā) » sūtraka , col.1.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
 sūtrīk
sūtrī- √ k [L=251298]
-karoti , to make or spin into thread A1pS3r. Sch.
(H2) P.
 sj
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 26.69, 28.121
Whitney Roots links: sfj
sj 1 [p= 1245,2] [p= 1245,1] [L=251924]
cf. √1. 2. sarj) cl.6 P. ( Dha1tup. xxviii , 121) sjáti (Ved. and ep. also °te , and once in AV. sárjati ; pf. sasarja , sas [2. sg. accord. to Pa1n2. 7-2 , 65 , sasarjitha and sasraṣṭha , in BhP. once sasarktha] ; Vedic forms are sasjmáhe , °jrire , sasjyāt , asasgram ; p. sasjāná q.v. ; sasgmáhe ; aor. asrākīt ; áski,ásṛṣṭa [Ved. also ásgram or °ran ; ásarji ; asrāk,asrā ; srās ; srakat ; p. sjāná q.v.] ib. ; fut. sraṣṭā Pan5cavBr. ; srakyati,°te Br. &c ; inf. sraṣṭum MBh. &c ; ind.p. sṛṣṭ Br. ; -sṛ́jya ib. &c ; -sárgam or -sárjam Br. ) , to let go or fly , discharge , throw , cast , hurl at (acc. or dat.) RV. &c  ; 
to cast or let go (a measuring line)
RV.  ; 
to emit , pour forth , shed , cause to flow (rain , streams
&c ) ib. &c  ; 
to utter (a sound)
Katha1s.  ; 
to turn or direct (glances)
Kum.  ; 
to let loose , cause (horses) to go quickly
 ; 
A1. " to speed , run , hasten " RV.  ; 
to release , set free
ib. AV. Kaus3.  ; 
to open (a door)
Kaus3.  ; 
to publish , proclaim
AitBr.  ; 
to draw out and twist (a thread) , twist , wind , spin (
lit. and fig. ; A1. sjyate , " for one's self " ; cf. Pat. on Pa1n2. 3-1 , 87 Va1rtt. 15 and Dha1tup. xxvi , 69) TS. AV. S3Br. S3rS.  ; 
(in older language only
A1.) to emit from one's self i.e. create , procreate , produce , beget RV. &c  ; 
to procure , grant , bestow
MBh. R. &c  ; 
to use , employ
Ra1jat.  ; 
to get , acquire , obtain , take (interest on money lent)
Mn. viii , 140  ; 
to hang on , fasten to (
loc.) MBh. iii , 2218 (perhaps asjat , w.r. for asajat ; »sañj): Pass. sjyate (aor. ásarji) , to be let loose or emitted or created RV. &c &c : Caus. sarjayati , °te (aor. asasarjat or asīsjat) , to cause to let loose , let go , create &c Br. &c : Desid. siskati , °te , to wish to send forth or hurl or throw Hariv.  ; 
(
A1.) to wish to produce or create Ka1t2h. BhP. : Intens. sarīsjyate , sarīsṛṣṭi &c Gr.
sj 2 [p= 1245,2] [L=251929]
ifc.) letting loose , emitting , discharging MBh. Ka1v. &c

gen.) Inscr. MBh. Ra1jat.
(H1) (
(H2) (
[L=251929.1]producing , creating , begetting (also with
 saikatika
saikatika [p= 1247,3] [L=252403]
belonging or relating to sandbanks MW.

= bhrāntijīvin or sadeha-j°) L.
saikatika [L=252405]
an ascetic or religious mendicant L.
saikatika [L=252406]
a thread worn round the wrist or neck to secure good fortune (= magala-sūtra) L.
saikatika [L=252407]
= mātri-yātrā L.
(H2) mfn.
[L=252404]living in doubt and error (
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 syū
syū́ [p= 1273,3] [L=257488]
(fr. √ siv) a string , thread VS. (a " needle " Mahi1dh. )
(H1) f.
 svayahārakarī
svaya--hāra-karī [p= 1278,2] [L=258547]
" self-seizing " , N. of a daughter of nirmārṣṭi (and dusaha ; she is described as exercising an evil influence on certain substances e.g. by abstracting the colour from saffron and the thread from cotton) Ma1rkP.
(H3) f.
 svayahārikā
svaya--hārikā [L=258548]
" self-seizing " , N. of a daughter of nirmārṣṭi (and dusaha ; she is described as exercising an evil influence on certain substances e.g. by abstracting the colour from saffron and the thread from cotton) Ma1rkP.
(H3) f.
 svayahārī
svaya--hārī [L=258549]
" self-seizing " , N. of a daughter of nirmārṣṭi (and dusaha ; she is described as exercising an evil influence on certain substances e.g. by abstracting the colour from saffron and the thread from cotton) Ma1rkP.
(H3) f.
 svayaguaparityāga
svaya--gua-parityāga [L=258559]
spontaneous abandonment of " the thread " and of " virtue " Bhartr2.
(H3) m.
 hemayajñopavītavat
hema--yajño* pavīta-vat [p= 1304,3] [L=264227]
furnished with a golden sacrificial thread Hariv.
(H3) mfn.
 hemasūtra
hema--sūtra [L=264261]
" golden-thread " , a necklace R. Vikr.
(H3) n.
 hemasūtraka
hema--sū° traka [L=264262]
" golden-thread " , a necklace R. Vikr.
(H3) n.
 adhonivīta
adho--nivīta [p= 1310,3] [L=304130.3]
having the sacred thread hanging down, A1s3vGr2. (cf. IW. 196)
(H3) mfn.
 ekotibhāva
éko* ti---bhāva [p= 230,3] [L=39934]
state of concentration on one single object , tranquillity , blissful serenity (state of mind , following after conversion) , ( Buddh. )
eko* ti-bhāva [p= 1323,1] [L=325390]
Buddh. ).
(H4) m.
(H2) (read, "the thread-like continuity of personality or individual life running through the whole cycle of re-births",
 karmaploti
karma--ploti [p= 1324,1] [L=326960.9]
the thread of action, Divya7v.
(H3) f.
 kṛṣṇasūtra
kṛṣṇá--sūtra [p= 307,3] [L=55476]
N. of a hell VP.
kṛṣṇa--sūtra [p= 1325,2] [L=328670.9]
n. a black thread, HirP.
(H3) m.
(H3) (also)