Uvacha - “said”
(also spelled uvaca, and used in anustubh meter).- see belowśrī devy uvāca |
śrutaṃ deva mayā sarvaṃ rudrayāmalasambhavam |
trikabhedam aśeṣeṇa sārāt sāravibhāgaśaḥ || 1 ||
uvāca, " he spoke this speech to him "
See http://bhairavatantra.com/ for more discussion about uvacha and Panini.
See also:Vijnanabhairava, or Divine consciousness: a treasury of 112 types ... - Page 131
Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University ...: Volume 62, Part 2
|Jaideva Singh - 1979 - 173 pages - Preview|
... Sri Devi uvaca Idam yadi vapur deva parayas ca mahesvara // 142. Evamuktavyavasthayam japyate ko japas ca kah / Dhyayate ko mahanatha pujyate kas ca trpyati // 143 Huyate kasya va homo yagah kasya ca kirn katham / Sri Bhairava uvaca ...
The Purāṇas - Page 176
|University of London. School of Oriental and African Studies - 1999 - Snippet view|
And yet avadat occurs only three times in anustubh verses in the entire work, compared with 89 occurrences of abhasata (85 of them as second-cadence forms), 685 occurrences of uvaca (263 at the start of a first pada), ...
A concise history of classical Sanskrit literature
|Ludo Rocher - 1986 - 282 pages - Preview|
him to the conclusion that the purana simply converted into anustubh meter the stanzas in arya and other meters of the Brhatsamhita.189 ... 193 Chapters 1.146— 174 are concerned with medicine;194 they are introduced: Dhanvantarir uvaca. ...
|Ve Gopālaiyaṅgāra - 1963 - 270 pages - Snippet view|
... anushtubh metre, there are radical points of difference between the two. The Ramayana is a sustained and coherent ... Long speeches and narratives in verses are introduced in the name of the speakers (as Lomahar- shana uvacha etc. ...
( Dha1tup. xxiv , 55) vakti (occurs only in sg. vacmi , vakṣi , vakti , and Impv. vaktu ; Ved. also cl.3 P. vívakti ; pf. uvā́ca , ūj RV. &c ; uváktha AV. ; vavāca,vavakṣé RV. ; aor. avocat , °cata RV. &c ; in veda also Subj. vocati , °te , vecāti ; Pot. vocét , °ceta ; Impv. vocatu ; Prec. ucyāsam Br. ; fut. vaktā́ ib. &c ; vakṣyáti RV. &c ; °te MBh. ; Cond. avakṣyat Br. Up. ; inf. vā*ktum Br. &c ; °tave RV. ; °tos Br. ; ind.p. uktvā́ Br. &c ; -úcya ib.) , to speak , say , tell , utter , announce , declare , mention , proclaim , recite , describe (with acc. with or without prati dat. or gen. of pers. , and acc. of thing ; often with double acc. e.g. tam idaṃ vākyam uvāca , " he spoke this speech to him " ; with double acc. also " to name , call " A1. with nom ; " one's self " ; with punar , " to speak again , repeat " ; or " to answer , reply ") RV. &c ;
|(H1) vac [p= 912,1] [L=184615]||cl.2 P.|
to reproach , revile (acc.) Hariv. R. : Pass. ucyáte (aor. avāci , or in later language avoci) , to be spoken or said or told or uttered &c RV. &c (yad ucyate , " what the saying is ") ;
to resound RV. ;
to be called or accounted , be regarded as , pass for (nom. L. also loc.) Mn. MBh. &c : Caus. vācayati , °te (Pot. vācayīta A1s3vGr2. ; aor. avīvacat ; Pass. vācyate) , to cause to say or speak or recite or pronounce (with , double acc. ; often the object is to be supplied) Br. Gr2S. MBh. &c ;
to cause anything written or printed to speak i.e. to read out loud Hariv. Ka1v. Katha1s. &c ;
( Dha1tup. xxxiv , 35) to say , tell , declare Bhat2t2. ;
to promise MBh. : Desid. vivakṣati , °te (Pass. vivakṣyate) , to desire to say or speak or recite or proclaim or declare MBh. Ka1v. &c ;
(Pass.) to be meant S3am2k. Sarvad. : Intens. (only ávāvacīt) to call or cry aloud RV. x , 102 , 6. [cf. Gk. ἐπ for ϝεπ in ἔπος , ὄψ , ὄσσα &c ; Lat. vocare , vox ;Germ. gi-waht , gi-wahinnen , er-whnen.]
(said to be fr. ca fr. √añc with 1. ud) , high , lofty , elevated
|(H1) ucca [L=30224]||mfn.|
MBh. Kum. S3is3. Katha1s. &c
|[L=30227]||high-sounding , loud |
udātta accent RPra1t. VPra1t. &c
|[L=30228]||pronounced with the |
|[L=30229]||intense , violent |
|(H1B) ucca [L=30230]||m.|
the apex of the orbit of a planet , kālas. R. &c
|(H1B) ucca [L=30231]||m.|
compar. ucca-tara , superl. ucca-tama ; ([cf. Hib. uchdan , " a hillock " ; Cambro-Brit. uched , " cleve. "])
|(H1B) ucca [L=30232]||m.|
|(H2) ucca [p= 1321,2] [L=321850]||(in |
Uvacha UsageThe Brihadaranyaka Upanisad
Bṛhadāraṇyaka Upaniṣad: with the commentary of Śrī Madhvācārya ...
|Śrīśa Chandra Vasu, Râmâksya Bhattâchârya - 1916 - 728 pages - Snippet view|
OTT* UvAcha, said, f Hn. 1. Once, &vetaketu, the son of Aruna, came to the assembly of the wise of the Paflchalas. He came to Pravahana, the son of Jibala, who used to keep students. On seeing him, he received him saying, " Oh youth. ...
Vyasa's Mahabharata, creative insights: Volume 1
|Nandalal Sinha, Madhva - 2001 - 764 pages - Snippet view|
Uvacha, said. C Ha. ^aftsRT, Etasmin, on this subject ; on worship of Visnu in the mind, in MA, to me. HT Ma, not *J*fi[VM: Samvadisthah, tell. WI9H*5ft Atmanvi, having Virinoha, who is the presiding deity of Chitta. ^Rl Iti. ...
Mantra & meditation
|P. Lal - 1995 - 583 pages - Snippet view|
Sanjaya uvacha: In the Hastinapur Stadium the Advisory Committee meets Shuddhatma the sage is giving the speech of welcome All the ... Dhristarashtra uvacha: Shuddhatma is stopped by the command of Dur-er-Suyodhana Stick to Sanskrit, ...
Ritual and speculation in early tantrism: studies in honour of ... - Page 65
|Usharbudh Arya - 1981 - 237 pages - Snippet view|
One text, Para- trimshika (thirty verses on para, the transcendent Word) begins with Devi uvacha: the goddess said. The great Tantric master and yogi of Kashmir , Abhinavagupta, spends fifty pages explaining the meaning of this ...
|André Padoux, Teun Goudriaan - 1992 - 359 pages - Google eBook - Preview|
... Chapter 15 paficadasa ullasah / srldevy uvaca / kulesa srotum icchami purascaranalaksanam / sthanaharadibhedam ca vada me paramesvara // 1 Isvara uvaca / srnu devi pravaksyami yan mam tvam pariprcchasi / tasya sravanamatrena ...