taken off , laid aside Katha1s.
|(H2) un-mukta [p= 194,2] [L=34020]||mfn.|
|[p= 194,2] [L=34021]||thrown out , uttered |
ifc.) free from
|[p= 194,2] [L=34022]||(|
|[p= 194,2] [L=34023]||deprived of , wanting |
The Yoga of delight, wonder, and astonishment: a translation of ... - Page 14
|Jaideva Singh - 1991 - 173 pages - Google eBook - Preview|
Pardvastha (the highest state) of Bhairava is free (unmukta) of all notions pertaining to direction (dik), time (kdla), nor can that be particularized ( avisefini) by some definite space (desa) or designation (uddesa). ...
A Sanskrit-English dictionary: etymologically and philologically ... - Page 194
|Sir Monier Monier-Williams - 2005 - 1333 pages - Preview|
Un-mukta, mfn. taken off, laid aside, Kathas. ; thrown out, uttered, R. ; (ifc.) free from; deprived of, wanting, VarBrS. U'n-mukti, is, f. deliverance, MaitrS. Un-niuksM, f. id., ib. Un-muca, as, m., N. of a Rishi, MBh. ...
,mukti » p.816 &c
|(H1) mukta [p= 819,3] [L=164834]||muktā|
loosened , let loose , set free , relaxed , slackened , opened , open MBh. Ka1v. &c
|(H2) mukta [p= 820,3] [L=165083]||mfn.|
esp. from sin or worldly existence) Mn. MBh. &c (with instr. or ifc. = released from , deprived or destitute of ; cf. Pa1n2. 2-1 , 38)
|[p= 820,3] [L=165084]||liberated , delivered , emancipated (|
|[p= 820,3] [L=165085]||fallen or dropped down (as fruit) |
MBh. Ka1v. &c
|[p= 820,3] [L=165086]||abandoned , relinquished , quitted , given up , laid aside , deposed |
|[p= 820,3] [L=165087]||sent forth , emitted , discharged , poured out , hurled , thrown |
|[p= 820,3] [L=165088]||left free (as a road) |
|[p= 820,3] [L=165089]||uttered (as sound) |
|[p= 820,3] [L=165090]||shed (as tears) |
|[p= 820,3] [L=165091]||let fly , applied (as a kick) |
esp. ibc. ; cf. below)
|[p= 820,3] [L=165092]||gone , vanished , disappeared (|
N. of one of the 7 sages under manu bhautya MBh.
|(H2B) mukta [p= 820,3] [L=165093]||m.|
of a cook Ra1jat.
|(H2B) mukta [p= 820,3] [L=165094]||m.|
(with or scil. dis) the quarter or cardinal point just quitted by the sun VarBr2S.
|(H2B) muktā [p= 820,3] [L=165095]||f.|
a pearl (as loosened from the pearl-oyster shell) Mn. MBh. &c
|(H2B) mukta [p= 820,3] [L=165096]||m.|
an unchaste woman L.
|(H2B) mukta [p= 820,3] [L=165097]||m.|
a species of plant (= rāsnā) L.
|(H2B) mukta [p= 820,3] [L=165098]||m.|
N. of a river VP.
|(H2B) mukta [p= 820,3] [L=165099]||m.|
the spirit released from corporeal existence W.
|(H2B) mukta [p= 820,3] [L=165100]||n.|
beside (with instr.) Ka1s3. on Pa1n2. 2-3 , 72 ; iii , 2 , 108 &c
|(H2C) mukte [p= 820,3] [L=165101]||ind.|
note additional meaning:Agni purāṇam: Volume 54, Part 1
|Manmatha Nath Dutt - 1967 - Snippet view|
Similarly a Homa ceremony continuously performed for three consecutive days with a thousand sticks of Unmukta and red Visa, should be looked upon as a very potent agent in annihilating the enemy's forces, and which would be followed ...