The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Ucyate-Explained


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it is explained...
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Lakshmanjoo decodes this as iha, here + ucyate, explained. “Energy is the real path you have to tread.”

uc
Whitney Roots links: uc
uc [p= 172,3] [L=30209]
ucyati (pf. 2. sg. uvócitha RV. vii , 37 , 3) A1. (pf. 2. sg. ūcié RV. ) to take pleasure in , delight in , be fond of RV.  ; 
to be accustomed
 ; 
to be suitable , suit , fit.
(H1) cl.4 P.
yat
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 2.29, 33.62
Whitney Roots links: yat
yát 1 [p= 840,3] [L=169551]
(pr. p. of √5. i) going , moving RV. &c (abde yati , in this year L. )
yat 2 [p= 841,1] [p= 840,3] [L=169552]
(prob. connected with √ yam and orig. meaning , " to stretch " Dha1tup. ii , 29) yátate (Ved. and ep. also P. °ti ; p. yátamāna , yátāna and yatāná RV. ; pf. yete , 3. pl. yetire ib. &c ; aor. ayatiṣṭa Br. ; fut. yatiyate Br. , °ti MBh. ; inf. yatitum MBh. ; ind.p. -yátya MBh. ) , (P.) to place in order , marshal , join , connect RV.  ; 
(
P. or A1.) to keep pace , be in line , rival or vie with (instr.) ib.  ; 
(
A1.) to join (instr.) , associate with (instr.) , march or fly together or in line ib.  ; 
to conform or comply with (
instr.) ib.  ; 
to meet , encounter (in battle)
ib. Br.  ; 
to seek to join one's self with , make for , tend towards (
loc.) ib.  ; 
to endeavour to reach , strive after , be eager or anxious for (with
loc. dat. acc. with or without prati , once with gen. ; also with arthe , arthāya , artham and hetos ifc. ; or with inf.) Mn. MBh. Ka1v. &c  ; 
to exert one's self , take pains , endeavour , make effort , persevere , be cautious or watchful
ib.  ; 
to be prepared for (
acc.) R. : Caus. (or cl.10. Dha1tup. xxxiii , 62) yātáyati (or °te ; aor. ayīyatat ; Pass. yātyate) , to join , unite (A1. intrans.) RV.  ; 
to join or attach to (
loc.) P. Pan5cavBr.  ; 
to cause to fight
AitBr.  ; 
to strive to obtain anything (
acc.) from (abl.) Ma1lav.  ; 
(rarely
A1.) to requite , return , reward or punish , reprove (as a fault) RV. &c  ; 
(
A1.) to surrender or yield up anything (acc) to (acc. or gen.) MBh.  ; 
(
P. A1.) to distress , torture , vex , annoy BhP.  ; 
accord. to Dha1tup. also nikāre (others nirākāre or khede) and upaskāre: Desid. yiyatiate Gr.: Intens. yāyatyate and yāyatti ib.
yat [p= 844,3] [L=170190]
comp. for yad.
(H1) mfn.
(H1) cl.1 A1.
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