The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Words for Dawn in Sanskrit



dina
diná 1 [p= 478,1] [L=92123]
( √ do) cut , divided , mowed RV. viii , 67 , 10 (cf. svaya-).
dina 2 [p= 478,1] [L=92124]
). » a-sa-
dína 3 [p= 478,1] [L=92125]
Naigh. i , 9) mn.(g. ardharcā*di , only occurring as n.) a day Mn. Ragh. Pan5cat. &c (ifc. also in Vedic texts) ifc. f(ā). Ra1jat. i , 347. [cf. Lat. peren-dinus , nUndinus &c ; Got. sin-teins ; Lit. de0na ; O.Pr. acc. sg. deinan ; Slav. dr2ni1.]
(H1) mfn.
(H1) ( √3.
(H1) (accented only


1 adyatana (dawn) 2 anūru (dawn) 3 aruṇa (dawn) 4 aruṇodaya (dawn) 5 aruṣī (dawn) 6 arjuna (dawn) 7 avyaktarāga (dawn) 8 avyuṣṭa (dawn) 9 aśvin (dawn) 10 aharmukha (dawn) 11 ācaraṇa (dawn) 12 āvyuṣam (dawn) 13 ukṣan (dawn) 14 upakāśa (dawn) 15 upavyuṣam (dawn) 16 urvaśī (dawn) 17 uṣ (dawn) 18 uṣa (dawn) 19 uṣas (dawn) 20 uṣasya (dawn) 21 uṣā (dawn) 22 uṣāsānaktā (dawn) 23 uṣāsāsūrya (dawn) 24 uṣodevatya (dawn) 25 uṣorāga (dawn) 26 ūṣa (dawn) 27 ūṣaka (dawn) 28 odatī (dawn) 29 aupasaṃdhya (dawn) 30 auṣasa (dawn) 31 kalya (dawn) 32 kṛta (dawn) 33 kṣapātyaya (dawn) 34 garuḍa (dawn) 35 ghaṭṭakuṭīprabhātāyita (dawn) 36 jāra (dawn) 37 jyotis (dawn) 38 tāmrāruṇa (dawn) 39 triṣavaṇa (dawn) 40 triṣavaṇam (dawn) 41 trisaṃdhya (dawn) 42 trisaṃdhyam (dawn) 43 traikālya (dawn) 44 tryudāya (dawn) 45 dinādi (dawn) 46 dinodaya (dawn) 47 divasamukha (dawn) 48 nīlāruna (dawn) 49 pītāruṇa (dawn) 50 pūrvasaṃdhyā (dawn) 51 pṛkṣaprayaj (dawn) 52 prage (dawn) 53 prabhāta (dawn) 54 prabhātakalpa (dawn) 55 prābodhika (dawn) 56 prātar (dawn) 57 prātaḥkalpa (dawn) 58 prātaḥsaṃdhyā (dawn) 59 bālasaṃdhyā (dawn) 60 bālasaṃdhyābha (dawn) 61 bālāruṇa (dawn) 62 brāhmamuhūrta (dawn) 63 brāhmya (dawn) 64 bhāsvatī (dawn) 65 maitreyaka (dawn) 66 rātantī (dawn) 67 rātrivigama (dawn) 68 rudravartani (dawn) 69 rumra (dawn) 70 vas (dawn) 71 vasarhan (dawn) 72 vasāti (dawn) 73 vāsātya (dawn) 74 vidyut (dawn) 75 vibhāta (dawn) 76 vivas (dawn) 77 vihāna (dawn) 78 vaibhātika (dawn) 79 vaiyuṣṭa (dawn) 80 vyenī (dawn) 81 vyuṣ (dawn) 82 vyuṣṭi (dawn) 83 vrā (dawn) 84 śakunivāda (dawn) 85 śvetanā (dawn) 86 śvetya (dawn) 87 sāṃyātrika (dawn) 88 sāṃdhya (dawn) 89 suprabhāta (dawn) 90 suprātar (dawn) 91 sūṣas (dawn) 92 strīghoṣa (dawn) 93 avakāśe (dawn)
 adyatana
adyatana [p= 19,1] [L=3844]
(ī)n. extending over or referring to to-day

adyatana [p= 19,2] [L=3846]
the period of a current day , either from midnight to midnight , or from dawn to dark
(H2) mf
[L=3845]now-a-days , modern
(H2B) m.
 anūru
an-ūru [p= 42,1] [L=7762]
thighless
an-ūru [L=7763]
the charioteer of the sun , the dawn Ra1jat. &c
(H1) mfn.
(H1B) m.
 arua
aruá [p= 88,2] [L=15417]
(ā́ [ RV. v , 63 , 6 , &c ] or ī́ [ RV. x , 61 , 4 , & , (nom. pl. aruáyas) 95 , 6])n. ( √ Un2. ) , reddish-brown , tawny , red , ruddy (the colour of the morning opposed to the darkness of night) RV. &c

L.

(ā́)n. dumb L.
aruá [L=15420]
red colour BhP.
aruá [L=15421]
the dawn (personified as the charioteer of the sun) Mn. x , 33 , &c
aruá [L=15422]
the sun S3a1k.
aruá [L=15423]
a kind of leprosy (with red [cf. AV. v , 22 , 3 and vi , 20 , 3] spots and insensibility of the skin) L.
aruá [L=15424]
a little poisonous animal Sus3r.
aruá [L=15425]
the plant Rottleria Tinctoria L.
aruá [L=15426]
molasses L.
aruá [L=15427]
N. of a teacher TS. S3Br. TBr.
aruá [L=15428]
of the composer of the hymn RV. x , 91 (with the patron. vaitahavya) RAnukr.
aruá [L=15429]
of the nāga priest āa PBr. ??
aruá [L=15430]
of a son of kṛṣṇa BhP.
aruá [L=15431]
of the daitya mura ib.
aruá [L=15432]
of an asura MBh. xvi , 119 (v.l. varua) , of the father of the fabulous bird jaāyu MBh. iii , 16045
aruá [L=15433]
(árua) N. of a pupil of upaveśi (cf. aruám. above) S3Br. xiv
aruá [L=15433.1]
N. of a class of ketus (seventy seven in number) VarBr2S.
aruá [L=15434]
(named as the composers of certain mantras) . Ka1t2h.
aruá [L=15436]
N. of a river MBh. iii , 7022 and ix , 2429 seq.
aruá [L=15437]
the dawn RV.
aruá [L=15438]
red colour RV. x , 168 , 1 , gold AV. xiii , 4 , 51
aruá [L=15439]
a ruby BhP.
arua [p= 1316,1] [L=313770]
Ja1takam.

instr. or comp.), ib.
(H1) mf
[L=15418]perplexed
[L=15419]mf
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m. pl.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) m.
(H2) (also) coarse (as food),
[L=313770.1]full of, mixed with (
 aruodaya
aruo* daya [p= 88,3] [L=15471]
break of day , dawn Mn. x , 33
(H3) m.
 aruī
áruī 1 [L=15496.1]
(áruī) the dawn RV.
áruī 1 [L=15497]
a red mare (a N. applied to the team of agni and uas , and to agni's flames) RV.
(H1B) f.
(H1) f.
 arjuna
árjuna [p= 90,1] [L=15745]
(cf. jrá and √ raj) white , clear (the colour of the day RV. vi , 9 , 1 ; of the dawn RV. i , 49 , 3 ; of the lightning ; of the milk ; of silver , &c )

AV. iv , 37 , 4
árjuna [L=15747]
the white colour L.
árjuna [L=15748]
a peacock L.
árjuna [L=15749]
cutaneous disease Sa1y. on RV. i , 122 , 5
árjuna [L=15750]
the tree Terminalia Arjuna W. and A.
árjuna [L=15751]
N. of a man RV. i , 122 , 5
árjuna [L=15752]
of indra VS. S3Br.
árjuna [L=15752.1]
of the third of the ṇḍava princes (who was a son of indra and kuntī) MBh. &c
árjuna [L=15752.2]
of a son of ktavīrya (who was slain by paraśurāma) , ib.
árjuna [L=15753]
of a śākhya (known as a mathematician)
árjuna [L=15754]
of different other persons
árjuna [L=15755]
the only son of his mother L.
árjuna [L=15762]
silver AV. v , 28 , 5 and 9
árjuna [L=15763]
gold L.
árjuna [L=15764]
slight inflammation of the conjunctiva or white of the eye Sus3r.
árjuna [L=15765]
a particular grass (used as a substitute for the soma plant) PBr. ?? &c
árjuna [L=15766]
(= rūpa) shape Naigh.
árjuna [L=15767]
the descendants of arjuna Pa1n2. 2-4 , 66 Sch.
(H1) mfn.
[L=15746]made of silver
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(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) m. pl.
 avyaktarāga
a-vyakta--rāga [p= 111,2] [L=19241]
dark-red (the colour of the dawn) L.
(H3) m.
 avyuṣṭa
á-vyuṣṭa [p= 112,2] [L=19393]
not yet shining (as the dawn) RV. ii , 28 , 9.
(H1) mfn.
 aśvin
aśvin [p= 116,1] [L=20133]
possessed of horses , consisting of horses RV.

Ma1rkP.
aśvin [L=20135]
a cavalier
aśvin [L=20136]
horse-tamer RV.
aśvin [L=20137]
(ínā or inau) " the two charioteers " , N. of two divinities (who appear in the sky before the dawn in a golden carriage drawn by horses or birds ; they bring treasures to men and avert misfortune and sickness ; they are considered as the physicians of heaven) RV. &c
aśvin [L=20138]
a N. of the nakatra presided over by the aśvins VarBr2S.
aśvin [L=20139]
the number , " two " ib. Su1ryas.
aśvin [L=20140]
(for aśvi-sutau) the two sons of the aśvins , viz. nakula and sahadeva MBh. v , 1816
aśvin [L=20144]
(= aśva-vat n. q.v.) richness in horses RV. i , 53 , 4.
(H2) mfn.
[L=20134]mounted on horseback
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m. du.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
 aharmukha
áhar--mukha [p= 124,3] [L=21739]
commencement of the day , dawn L.
(H3) n.
 ācaraa
ā-cáraa [p= 131,3] [L=22892]
approaching , arrival (as of the dawn) RV. i , 48 , 3

Ka1d. Sa1h.

Veda1ntas. , (cf. sv-āc°)

ChUp. (m. Comm.)
(H2) n.
[L=22893]undertaking , practising , performing
[L=22894]conduct , behaviour
[L=22895]a cart , carriage
 āvyuam
ā-vyuam [p= 156,3] [L=27341]
till the dawn AV. iv , 5 , 7.
ā-vyuám [p= 1320,2] [L=320390]
AV. ).
(H1) ind.
(H2) (
 ukan
ukán [p= 172,2] [L=30082]
an ox or bull (as impregnating the flock ; in the veda especially as drawing the chariot of uas or dawn) RV. AV. TS. Ka1tyS3r. MBh. Kum. &c

of the soma (as sprinkling or scattering small drops)

maruts

agni RV.

ṛṣabha) L.

of a man
ukán [L=30088]
large L. ; ([cf. Zd. ukhshan ; Goth. auhsa and auhsu ; Armen. es2n.])
(H2) m.
[L=30083]N.
[L=30084]of the
[L=30085]of the sun and
[L=30086]one of the eight chief medicaments (
[L=30087]N.
(H2B) mfn.
 upakāśa
upa-kāśa [p= 195,1] [L=34096]
aurora , dawn A1pS3r.
upa-kāśa [L=34097]
ifc. aspect , appearance (cf. nīlo*pakāśa).
(H1) m.
(H1B) mfn.
 upavyuam
upa-vyuám [p= 207,2] [L=35864]
about dawn TBr. Ta1n2d2yaBr.
(H1) ind.
 urvaśī
urvaśī [p= 218,2] [L=37424]
(fr. uru and √1. , " to pervade " » M.M. ?? , Chips , vol. ii , p.99) , " widely extending " , N. of the dawn (personified as an apsaras or heavenly nymph who became the wife of purū-ravas) RV. AV. xviii , 3 , 23 VS. S3Br. Vikr. &c

of a river MBh. xii.
urváśī [p= 1322,2] [L=324610]
RV. ).
(H1) f.
[L=37425]N.
(H2) (
 u
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 17.45
u 1 [p= 220,1] [L=37688]
(connected with 3. vas q.v.) oati , oā-cakāra , and uvoa ( Pa1n2. 3-1 , 38 ; 3. pl. ūu Ka1s3. on Pa1n2. 6-4 , 78) , oitā , oiyati , auīt Dha1tup. xvii , 45 : cl.9 P. (p. uṣṇát RV. ii , 4 , 7) to burn , burn down (active) RV. AV. S3Br. Mn. iv , 189 S3is3.  ; 
to punish , chastise
Mn. ix , 273 : Pass. uyate , oā-cakre , to burn (neuter) Sus3r. Car. Bhat2t2.
u 2 [L=37689]
(only ás gen. sg.) early morning , dawn RV. AV. xvi , 6 , 6

(uás tisrá morning , midday , and evening RV. ; viii , 41 , 3.)
u [p= 930,1] [L=188561]
 1 u
ú [p= 1322,3] [L=324750]
RV. ).
(H1) cl.1 P.
(H2) f.
[L=37690]pl.
(H2) See under √
(H2) (
 ua
ua 1 [p= 220,1] [L=37691]
(for 2. » s.v.) early morning , dawn , daybreak L.


L.
ua 1 [L=37695]
fossile salt L. (cf. ūa.)
ua 2 [p= 220,3] [L=37856]
» col.1) m. (probably for uśa , fr. √vaś ; cf. uśa-dah) , a lover L.
ua [p= 930,1] [L=188562]
 1 u
(H2) m.
[L=37692]bdellium
[L=37693]saline earth
(H2B) n.
(H1) (for 1.
(H3) See under √
 uas
uás [p= 220,1] [L=37719]
(nom. pl. uā́sas and uásas ; instr. pl. uádbhis RV. i , 6 , 3 ; » Ka1s3. on Pa1n2. 7-4 , 48) morning light , dawn , morning (personified as the daughter of heaven and sister of the ādityas and the night) RV. AV. S3Br. S3ak. &c

RV. x , 127 , 7

of a wife of bhava (= φοβος) or rudra VP.

(uā́sau , °ā́sā , and °ásā) night and morning RV. VS. &c
uás [L=37724]
(as) daybreak , dawn , twilight Un2. iv , 233 L.
uás [L=37725]
the outer passage of the ear L.
uás [L=37726]
the mālaya range L.
uás [L=37727]
([cf. Gk. ώς ; Lat. aurora ; Lith. ausz-ra ; Old High Germ. o7s-tan.])
uás [p= 930,1] [L=188563]
 1 u
(H2) f.
[L=37720]the evening light
[L=37721]N.
[L=37722]f. du.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H3) See under √
 uasya
uasyá 1 [p= 220,1] [L=37728]
sacred to the dawn ( Pa1n2. 4-2 , 31) VS. xxiv , 4 A1s3vS3r.
uasya 2 [L=37729]
(fr. uas g. kaṇḍv-ādi Pa1n2. 3-1 , 27 [not in Ka1s3. ]) P. uasyati , to grow light , dawn.
(H2) mfn.
(H2) Nom.
 uā
uā 1 [L=37694]
» below
uā́ [L=37730]
morning light , dawn , morning RV. AV. xii , 2 , 45 VS. &c

VP. Car.

L.

of a daughter of a and wife of a-niruddha AgP.

Sus3r.
uā [L=37735]
at daybreak L.

L.
uā [p= 1322,3] [L=324760]
comp.)
(H2B) f.
(H2) f.
[L=37731]night
[L=37732]a cow
[L=37733]N.
[L=37734]burning , scorching
(H2C) ind.
[L=37736]at night
(H2) (in
 uāsānaktā
uā́sā--naktā [p= 220,1] [L=37745]
dawn and night RV. AV.
(H3) f. du.
 uāsāsūrya
uā́sā--sūrya [L=37746]
dawn and sun Ka1s3. on Pa1n2. 6-3 , 31.
(H3) n.
 uodevatya
uo--devatya [L=37750]
one whose deity is the dawn.
(H3) mfn.
 uorāga
uo--rāga [L=37751]
the morning light , dawn Das3.
(H3) m.
 ūa
ū́a [p= 223,1] [L=38334]
( √u BRD. ; √ū T. ), salt ground , soil impregnated with saline particles TS. AitBr. iv , 27 , 9 S3Br. Mn. v , 120 Sus3r. &c (according to the brāhmaas also " cattle ")

L.

L.

L.

L. (in the latter sense also n. W. )
ū́a [L=38339]
(ā and ī). soil impregnated with saline particles , sterile soil Ka1tyS3r. BhP.
(H1) m.
[L=38335]a cleft , hole
[L=38336]the cavity of the ear
[L=38337]the Malaya mountain
[L=38338]dawn , daybreak
(H1B) f
 ūaka
ūaka [L=38344]
salt or pepper Sus3r.

L.
(H2) n.
[L=38345]daybreak , dawn
 odatī
ódatī [p= 235,3] [L=40677]
(pres. p. of √ud) " sprinkling or refreshing " , N. of uas or the dawn RV. i , 48 , 6 ; viii , 69 , 2.
(H1) f.
 aupasadhya
aupasadhya [p= 239,1] [L=41121]
(fr. sadhyā with upa) , relating to dawn Naish.
(H1) mfn.
 auasa
auasá [p= 240,2] [L=41305]
(ī)n. (fr. uas) , relating to dawn , early , matutinal TBr. ii
auasá [L=41307]
N. of several sāmans.
(H1) mf
(H1B) n.
 kalya
kalya [p= 263,2] [L=46256]
(ā)n. ( √3. kal T. ) well , healthy , free from sickness (cf. a-k° Gaut. ix , 28)

MBh. ii , 347 Naish. Ya1jn5. i , 28

MBh.

L.

loc. or inf.) MBh.

L.

L.

cf. kala and kalla) L.
kalya [L=46264]
health L.
kalya [L=46265]
dawn , morning L.
kalya [L=46266]
yesterday L.
kalya [L=46268]
am , ā) n. f. spirituous liquor L. (cf. kadambarī)
kalya [L=46270]
good wishes , good tidings L.
kalya [L=46271]
Emblic Myrobalan (harītakī q.v.) , ([cf. Gk. καλός.])
(H1) mf
[L=46257]hale , vigorous
[L=46258]sound , perfect , strong
[L=46259]clever , dexterous
[L=46260]ready or prepared for (
[L=46261]agreeable , auspicious (as speech)
[L=46262]instructive , admonitory
[L=46263]deaf and dumb (
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) (
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
 kta
k 1 [p= 301,1] [L=54156]
done , made , accomplished , performed RV. AV. &c

ib.

AV. iii , 24 , 5

S3Br. iv

Mn. x , 114

Ya1jn5. ii , 186

Ya1jn5. ii , 210
k 1 [L=54163]
N. of one of the viśve devās MBh. xiii , 4356
k 1 [L=54164]
of a son of vasu-deva BhP. ix , 24 , 45
k 1 [L=54165]
of a son of sanati and pupil of hiraya-nābha Hariv. 1080 BhP. xii , 6 , 80
k 1 [L=54166]
of a son of kta-ratha and father of vibudha VP.
k 1 [L=54167]
of a son of jaya and father of haryavana BhP. ix , 17 , 17
k 1 [L=54168]
of a son of cyavana and father of upari-cara Va1yuP.
k 1 [L=54169]
(with saha or with instr.) " done with " , away with , enough of , no need of , &c (e.g. kta sadehena , away with doubt S3ak. ; kita parihāsena , enough of joking ib.)
k 1 [L=54170]
the past tense AitBr. v , 1
k 1 [L=54171]
deed , work , action RV. AV. S3vetUp. Mn. &c
k 1 [L=54172]
service done , kind action , benefit (cf. kta-jña and -ghna) MBh. v , 1692 Pan5cat.
k 1 [L=54173]
magic , sorcery Sa1mavBr.
k 1 [L=54174]
consequence , result L.
k 1 [L=54175]
aim Vop. i , 2
k 1 [L=54176]
stake at a game RV. AV.
k 1 [L=54177]
prize or booty gained in battle ib.
k 1 [L=54178]
N. of the die or of the side of a die marked with four points or dots (this is the lucky or winning die) VS. xxx , 18 TS. S3Br. &c
k 1 [L=54179]
(also the collective N. of the four dice in opposition to the fifth die called kali Comm. on VS. x , 28)
k 1 [L=54180]
(hence) the number " four " VarBr2S. Su1ryas.
k 1 [L=54181]
N. of the first of the four ages of the world (also called satya or " the golden age " , comprehending together with the morning and evening dawn 4800 years of men [ Mn. MBh. Hariv. ] or according to the later conception [ BhP. &c Comm. on Mn. i , 69] 4800 years of the gods or 1728000 years of men)
kta 2 [p= 304,1] [L=54685]
injured , killed L. (cf. 2. kīra.)
kta [p= 1325,1] [L=328540]
comp.)
(H2) mfn.
[L=54157]prepared , made ready
[L=54158]obtained , gained , acquired , placed at hand
[L=54159]well done , proper , good
[L=54160]cultivated
[L=54161]appointed (as a duty)
[L=54162]relating or referring to
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2) mfn.
(H2) (in
 kapātyaya
kapā* tyaya [p= 326,2] [L=59008]
end of the night , dawn R. Ragh. Das3.
(H3) m.
 garua
garuá [p= 348,3] [L=63787]
( √2. g Un2. iv , 155 , " devourer " , because garua was perhaps originally identified with the all-consuming fire of the sun's rays) , N. of a mythical bird (chief of the feathered race , enemy of the serpent-race [cf. RTL. p.321] , vehicle of viṣṇu [cf. RTL. pp. 65 ; 104 ; 288] , son of kaśyapa and vinatā ; shortly after his birth he frightened the gods by his brilliant lustre ; they supposed him to be agni , and requested his protection ; when they discovered that he was garua , they praised him as the highest being , and called him fire and sun MBh. i , 1239 ff. ; arua , the charioteer of the sun or the personified dawn , is said to be the elder [or younger cf. RTL. p.104] brother of garua ; svāhā , the wife of agni , takes the shape of a female garuī = suparī MBh. iii , 14307 and 14343) Suparn2. TA1r. x , 1 , 6 MBh. &c

garua R. VarBr2S.

of a peculiar military array Mn. vii , 187

of the attendant of the 16th arhat of the present avasarpiī L.

of the 14th kalpa period

of a son of kṛṣṇa Hariv. 9196
(H1) m.
[L=63788]a building shaped like
[L=63789]N.
[L=63790]N.
[L=63791]N.
[L=63792]N.
 ghaṭṭakuīprabhātāyita
ghaṭṭa--kuī-prabhātāyita [p= 375,3] [L=69350]
" acting like the dawn in a hut near a landing-place " , forcing an entrance Sarvad. xiii , 123.
(H3) n.
 jāra
jā́ra 1 [p= 419,3] [L=78999]
( √ j) becoming old RV. x , 106 , 7
jā́rá 1 [L=79000]
(= jarayit , " a consumer " Nir. v , x Pa1n2. 3-3 , 20 Va1rtt. 4) a paramour , lover RV. (agni is called " paramour of the dawn " ; also " of the waters " , i , 46 , 4 ; " of his parents " , x , 11 , 6 ; &c ) VS. TBr. i La1t2y. i , 4 , 4
jā́ra 1 [L=79001]
a confidential friend RV. x , 7 , 5 , and 42 , 2

S3Br. xiv La1t2y. i Ya1jn5. &c (ifc. f(ā). Ra1jat. vi , 321 Hit. )
jāra 2 [L=79017]
(fr. jara) patr. of vśa RAnukr.
(H1) mfn.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
[L=79002]a paramour of a , married woman
(H2) m.
 jyotis
jyótis [p= 427,3] [L=80773]
light (of the sun , dawn , fire , lightning , &c ; also pl.) , brightness (of the sky) RV. &c (trī́i jyótīṃṣi , light appearing in the 3 worlds , viz. on earth , in the intermediate region , and in the sky or heaven [the last being called uttamá VS. xx AV. xviii ; or úttara , i , 9 , l ; or ttī́ya RV. x , 56 , 1] VS. viii , 36 AV. ix , 5 , 8 MBh. iii ; also personified as " fire " on earth , " ether or air " in the intermediate region , and " sun " in the sky S3Br. xi , 5 , 8 , 2 S3a1n3khS3r. xvi , 21 , 2 , &c ; " fire , sun and moon " Bhag. xv , 12)

Megh. S3ak.

RV. iii , 34 , 4 AV. iv , 18 , 1

pl.) S3Br. x and R. i , 35 , 16

RV. i , 117 , 17

MBh. i , 6853 Ragh. BhP. ix

sun and moon Gobh. iii , 3 , 18 S3atr. i , 28
jyótis [L=80780]
pl. the heavenly bodies , planets and stars Mn. Bhag. &c (°tiām ayana n. course or movements of the heavenly bodies , science of those movements ([= °tia]) La1t2y. iv , 8 , 1 S3iksh. )

the light of heaven , celestial world RV. VS. AV. S3Br. xiv , 7 , 2

RV. vi , 9 , 6 VS. xxiv , 3 AV. xvi Bhag.

pauruaj° " human intelligence ") Sarvad.

para j°yotis , " highest light or truth ") Ra1matUp. and Sarvad.

cf. φάος , φς and Lat. lux) RV. AV. VS. S3Br. xiv Sus3r.

of several ekā*has TS. vii S3Br. xii f. &c

jyo*tis La1t2y. i , 8 , 13


°tia , science of the movements of the heavenly bodies L.

N. for the letter r Ra1matUp.
jyótis [L=80791]
fire L.
jyótis [L=80792]
the sun L.
jyótis [L=80793]
Trigonella foenum graecum L.
jyótis [L=80794]
N. of a marut Hariv. 11545
jyótis [L=80795]
of a son of manu svārocia , 429
jyótis [L=80796]
of a prajā-pati VP.
jyótis [L=80797]
cf. dákiā- , śukrá- , sa- , híraya- , &c
(H2) n.
[L=80774]fire , flash of lightning
[L=80775]moonlight
[L=80776](
[L=80777]eye-light
[L=80778]the eye
[L=80779]du.
(H2) n.
[L=80781]sg.
[L=80782]light as the divine principle of life or source of intelligence , intelligence
[L=80783](
[L=80784](
[L=80785]light as the type of freedom or bliss or victory (
[L=80786]N.
[L=80787]of certain formularies containing the word
[L=80788]a metre of 32 short and 16 long syllables
[L=80789]=
[L=80790]a mystical
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 tāmrārua
tāmrā* rua [p= 443,3] [L=84199]
a coppery red dawn Buddh. L.
tāmrā* rua [L=84200]
N. of a tīrtha MBh. iii , 8132
(H3) m.
(H3B) n.
 triavaa
trí--avaa [p= 461,1] [L=88418]
connected with 3 soma libations S3Br. xii , 2 (-sav°) S3a1n3khS3r.
trí--avaa [L=88419]
pl. the 3 soma libations MBh. iii (-sav°)
trí--avaa [L=88420]
sg. (with or without snāna) the 3 ablutions (at dawn , noon , and sunset) (also tri-snāna Ka1m. ii , 28), xiii Mn. &c (-sav° Ma1rkP. xxiii)
trí--avaa [L=88422]
N. of a man BrahmaP. ii , 12 and 18 , 19
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) m.
 triavaam
trí--avaam [L=88421]
at dawn , noon , and sunset A1p. Ma1nGr2.
(H3C) ind.
 trisadhya
trí--sadhya [L=88447]
the 3 divisions of the day (dawn , noon , and sunset) , Tithya1d.
(H3) n.
 trisadhyam
trí--sadhyam [L=88452]
at dawn , noon , and sunset S3a1n3khGr2. Pa1rGr2. MBh. iii . Katha1s. S3atr.
(H4) ind.
 traikālya
trai° kālya [p= 462,1] [L=88655]
the 3 tenses (pf. , pr. fut.) VPra1t. MBh. xii Hariv.

Ya1jn5. iii , 308

Hariv. 7446.
(H3) n.
[L=88656]dawn , noon , and sunset
[L=88657]growth , maintenance , and decay
 tryudāya
try--udā*  [p= 463,1] [L=88908]
thrice approaching the altar (at dawn , noon , and sunset) RV. iv , 37 , 3.
(H3) m.
 dinādi
dinā* di [p= 478,2] [L=92191]
daybreak , dawn S3is3. xi , 52.
(H3) m.
 dinodaya
dino* daya [L=92206]
daybreak , dawn Subh.
(H3) m.
 divasamukha
divasa--mukha [p= 478,3] [L=92279]
" day-face " , daybreak , dawn Ragh. v , 76.
(H3) n.
 nīlāruna
nīlā* runa [p= 567,1] [L=111685]
" the dark-red " or first dawn of day , L.
(H3) m.
 pītārua
pītā* rua [p= 630,1] [L=124849]
yellowish-red
pītā* rua [L=124850]
N. applied to mid-dawn L. (cf. nīlā*rua).
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
 pūrvasadhyā
pū́rva--sadhyā [p= 644,2] [L=128127]
" earlier twilight " , dawn , day-break W.
(H3) f.
 pkaprayaj
pká--prayaj [p= 645,2] [L=128310]
°ká-) mfn. in which oblations of food begin to be offered (said of the dawn) RV. iii , 7 , 10 ( Sa1y. ; according to others " hastening with swift horses ") .
(H3) (
 prage
pra-° ge [p= 655,3] [L=130377]
» below.
pra-ge [L=130391]
early in the morning , at dawn , at day-break (" when the sun goes forth " ?) La1t2y. Mn. &c

Sin6ha7s.
pra-ge [p= 656,2] [L=130452]
under pra-gam.
(H4) ind.
(H2) ind.
[L=130391.05]to-morrow morning
(H1) »
 prabhāta
prabhāta [p= 684,1] [L=135472]
shone forth , begun to become clear or light MBh. Ka1v. &c
prabhāta [L=135473]
N. of a son of the sun and prabhā VP.
prabhāta [L=135475]
daybreak , dawn , morning Gaut. MBh. &c
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
 prabhātakalpa
prabhāta--kalpa [L=135477]
(ā)n. nearly become light , approaching dawn (as night) R.
(H3) mf
 prābodhika
prā--bodhika [p= 702,2] [L=138879]
(fr. -bodha) dawn , daybreak L.
(H3) m.
 prātar
prātar [p= 706,2] [L=139778]
(fr. 1. pra ; prā́tar Un2. v , 59) in the early morning. at daybreak , at dawn RV. &c (prāta prātah , every morning , Das3. )

AV. &c

pupāra and prabhā BhP. [cf. Gk. πρωΐ ; Germ. fruo , frh.]
(H1) ind.
[L=139778.1]next morning. to-morrow
[L=139778.2]Morning personified as a son of
 prātakalpa
prāta--kalpa [L=139820]
(ā)n. (night) almost morning , early dawn Pan5cad.
(H3) mf
 prātasadhyā
prāta--sadhyā [L=139828]
morning twilight , dawn Pur. (cf. RTL. 401)
(H3) f.
 bālasadhyā
bāla--sadhyā [p= 729,2] [L=144649]
early twilight , dawn L.
(H3) f.
 bālasadhyābha
bāla--sa° dhyā* bha [L=144650]
" dawn-like " , of a purple colour MW.
(H4) mfn.
 bālārua
bālā* rua [L=144684]
early dawn Kum.
bālā* rua [L=144685]
red like early dawn Ragh.
(H3) m.
(H3B) mfn.
 brāhmamuhūrta
brāhmá--muhūrta [p= 741,2] [L=147305]
n. a partic. period of the day (that included between the 4th ghaikā and the 2nd before sunrise) , dawn L. (cf. Mn. iv , 92) .
(H3) m.
 brāhmya
brāhmya [p= 742,1] [L=147480]
relating to brahma or brahmā or to the Brahmans Mn. MBh. &c (often v.l. brāhma)
brāhmya [L=147481]
(with muhūrta or °taka) dawn , the hour preceding sunrise HYog. Pan5car.
brāhmya [L=147482]
(with or scil. huta) worship or veneration paid to Brahmans (considered as one of the 5 great sacraments = dvijā*gryā*rcā or manuya-yajña) Mn. iii , 73 , 74
brāhmya [L=147483]
= dśya or vismaya L.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 bhāsvatī
bhā́s--vatī [p= 756,1] [L=150598.3]
the city of the sun W.
bhā́s--vatī [L=150598.4]
N. of the dawn or of a river Naigh. i , 8 ; 13
bhā́s--vatī [L=150598.5]
N. of wk.
(H3B) f.
(H3B) f.
(H3B) f.
 maitreyaka
maitreyaka [p= 834,2] [L=168232]
N. of a partic. mixed caste or degraded tribe (the offspring of a vaideha and an ayogavī , whose business is to praise great men and announce the dawn by ringing a bell) Mn. x , 33
(H2) m.
 rātantī
rātantī [p= 875,3] [L=177046]
paua (when people bathe at the first appearance of dawn) MW.
(H1) (?) , a festival on the fourteenth day of the second half of the month
 rātrivigama
rā́tri--vigama [p= 876,1] [L=177100]
" night-departure " , dawn , daylight L.
(H3) m.
 rudravartani
rudrá--vartani [p= 883,3] [L=178643]
rudrá-) m. du. " moving in terrific paths " , N. of the aśvins RV. (others " moving on red or shining paths " , scil. after the rising of the dawn) .
(H3) (
 rumra
rumra [p= 884,3] [L=178874]
tawny (or " the dawn " = arua) Un2. ii , 14 Sch.

= śobhana) ib.
(H1) mfn.
[L=178875]beautiful (
 vas
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 23.36, 24.13, 33.70, 33.70
Whitney Roots links: vas1, vas2, vas3
vas 1 [p= 930,1] [L=188559]
acc. dat. gen. pl. of 2nd pers. pron. (cf. Pa1n2. 8-1 , 21 , 24 &c ) RV. &c &c
vas 2 [L=188560]
u q.v. ; not in Dha1tup. ) cl.6 P. , uccháti (pf. uvā́sa , ūú RV. &c ; aor. avāt [?] AV. ; avasran RV. ; Cond. avatsyat S3Br. ; Ved. inf. vástave , i) , to shine , grow bright (esp. applied to the dawn) RV.  ; 
to bestow by shining upon (
dat.) ib. i , 113 , 7  ; 
(with
dūré) to drive away by shining ib. vii , 77 , 4 : Caus. vāsáyati , to cause to shine RV. [cf. vasar in vasar-han ; Gk. αρ for φεσαρ ;Lat. ve1r &c ]
vas 3 [p= 932,1] [L=188997]
vāsayati (aor. avīvasat) , to love  ; 
to cut off
 ; 
to accept , take
 ; 
to offer
 ; 
to kill (
ni-vāsita , killed) Dha1tup. xxxiii , 70 (only with prep. ; » pari-vas ; but accord. to some the Impv. vasiva [ RV. viii , 70 , 10] and ua , " a lover " [x , 95 , 5] , and vásiṣṭha [ib. 17] belong also to this root , which has developed an obscene meaning = Gk. κεντέω , futuere) .
vas 4 [L=188998]
( Dha1tup. xxiv , 13) váste (Impv. vasiva RV. ; vaddhvam Kaus3. ; p. vásāna , once usāná and usámāna RV. ; pf. vavase S3is3. ; vāvase , p. °sāná RV. ; aor. avasiṣṭa ib. ; fut. vasitā Gr. ; vasiyate ib. ; vatsyati Hariv. 11206 ; inf. vasitum MBh. R. ; ind.p. vasitvā Mn. BhP. ; -vasya MBh. ) , to put on , invest , wear , (clothes &c ) , assume (a form &c ) , enter into RV. &c &c : Caus. vāsáyati,°te (Pass. vāsyate) , to cause or allow to put on or wear (clothes) , clothe (A1. " one's self ") with (instr.) RV. Gr2S3rS. Mn. : Desid. vivasiate Gr.: Intens. vāvasyate,vāvastiib. [cf. Gk. ννυμι for ϝεσ-νυμι ;Lat. vestis ; Goth. wasjan ; Angl.Sax. werian ; Eng. wear.]
vas [L=188999]
ifc.) , clothed in , wearing (e.g. pre*ta-cūvara-vas , " wearing the garments of dead men ") . Ragh.
vas 5 [p= 932,3] [p= 932,2] [L=189096]
( Dha1tup. xxiii , 36) vásati (mc. also °te ; pf. uvāsa , ūu RV. &c ; p. vāvasāna RV. i , 46 , 13 ; -vāsā cakre Up. ; aor. avātsīt AV. ; avāksam AitBr. [where it is artificially connected with vāc] ; avāstam Up. ; fut. vastā Gr. ; vatsyati,°te Br. &c ; vasiyati MBh. ; inf. vastum , vasitum MBh. &c ; ind.p. uitvā́ Br. ; uṣṭ MBh. ; ya Br. &c ) , to dwell , live , stop (at a place) , stay (esp. " overnight " , with or without rātrim or rātrīs) RV. &c  ; 
to remain , abide with or in (with
loc. of pers. ; loc. or acc. of place , esp. with vāsam or vasatim) S3Br. &c  ; 
to remain or keep on or continue in any condition (with a pp. ,
e.g. with channa , " to continue to be covered " Ka1tyS3r. ; or with an acc. , with brahmacaryam , " to practise chastity " AitBr. ; or with an adv. e.g. with sukham , " to live pleasantly or at ease " ; with or without dūratas , " to keep aloof ") TS. &c  ; 
to have sexual intercourse with (
loc.) Hariv.  ; 
to rest upon (
loc.) Subh.  ; 
to charge or entrust with (
instr.) Hariv.  ; 
cl.10 P. vasayati , to dwell Dha1tup. xxxv , 84 , e : Pass. uyate (aor. avāsi) , to be dwelt &c MBh. Ka1v. &c : Caus. vāsáyati , °te (cf. Pa1n2. 1-3 , 89 ; aor. avīvasat MaitrS. : Pass. vāsyáte Br. , °ti MBh. ) , to cause to halt or stay (overnight) , lodge , receive hospitably or as a guest S3Br. MBh. &c  ; 
to cause to have sexual intercourse with (
loc.) MatsyaP.  ; 
to let anything stand overnight (with
tisro , scil. ratrīs , " three nights ") Kaus3.  ; 
to cause to wait , keep in suspense
RV.  ; 
to delay , retard
Ka1m.  ; 
to cause to exist , preserve
S3Br.  ; 
to cause to be inhabited , populate (a country)
Hit.  ; 
to put in , place upon (
loc.) MBh. Hariv. Ka1v. (anadhyāyam mukhe , to put restraint on the mouth , refrain from speaking)  ; 
to produce
Sarvad. : Desid. vivatsati , to wish to dwell S3Br. : Intens. vāvasyate , vāvasti , to remain , be in , be engaged in MW. [cf. Goth. wisan ; Germ. wsan , ge-wesen , war &c ; Angl.Sax. wsan ; Eng. was , were.]
vás 6 [L=189099]
gen. vásām) , prob. either " an abode " or " a dweller " RV. v.2 , 6.
vas 7 [p= 933,1] [L=189185]
vasiva , [anu]-vāvase , vāvasāná , and vástos) , to rush or aim at , attack RV. viii , 70 , 10 (cf. under √ 3 vas) ; viii , 4 , 8 ; i , 51 , 3 ; vi , 11 , 6 (?) ; i , 174 , 3.
vas 8 [L=189186]
bas) cl.4 P. vasyati , to be or make firm Dha1tup. xxxiii , 70.
(H1) (encl.)
(H1) (a Vedic root connected with √1.
(H1) cl.10 P.
(H1) cl.2 A1.
(H2) (
(H1) cl.1 P.
(H2) (only in
(H1) (only
(H1) (also written
 vasarhan
vasar--hán [p= 930,2] [L=188646]
RV. i , 122 , 3.
(H3) striking in the dawn , destroying (nocturnal demons) at dawn
 vasāti
vasāti [L=188668]
(prob.) (cf. uā) dawn Nir. xii , 2 (in a quotation Sch. = jana-pada)
vasāti [L=188668.1]
N. of a son of janam-ejaya MBh.
vasāti [L=188668.2]
of a son of ikvāku Hariv. (v.l. vaśāti)
vasāti [L=188668.3]
pl. N. of a people (also °tika) MBh.
(H2) f.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 vāsātya
vā́sātya [p= 948,2] [L=192486]
relating to the dawn , dim , dusky TA1r.
vā́sātya [L=192487]
N. of a people (= vasāti) MBh.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) m. pl.
 vidyut
ví--dyut 1 [p= 951,1] [L=193132]
(for 2. » under vi-dyut) devoid of splendour , lustreless L.
vi- √ dyut 1 [p= 966,3] [L=196283]
-dyotate (Ved. also P.) , to flash forth , lighten , shine forth (as the rising sun) RV. &c (ví-dyotate , " it lightens " ; vi-dyótamāne , " when it lightens ")  ; 
to hurl away by a stroke of lightning
RV.  ; 
to illuminate
MBh. : Caus. -dyotayati , to illuminate , irradiate , enlighten , make brilliant MBh. R. &c : Intens. (only. vi-dávidyutat) to shine brightly RV.
vidyút 2 [L=196295]
flashing , shining , glittering RV. VS. A1s3vGr2.
vidyút 2 [L=196296]
a partic. samādhi Ka1ran2d2.
vidyút 2 [L=196297]
N. of an asura Cat.
vidyút 2 [L=196298]
of a rākasa VP.
vidyút 2 [L=196299]
lightning (rarely n.) , a flashing thunderbolt (as the weapon of the maruts) RV. &c
vidyút 2 [L=196300]
the dawn L.
vidyút 2 [L=196301]
pl. N. of the four daughters of prajā-pati bahuputra Hariv.
vidyút 2 [L=196302]
a species of the ati-jagatī metre Col.
(H3) mfn.
(H1) A1.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
 vibhāta
vi-° bhāta [p= 977,3] [L=198285]
shone forth , grown light &c (°tā vibhāvarī , the morning has dawned Katha1s. )

ChUp. BhP.
vi-° bhāta [L=198287]
dawn , day-break , morning Ka1lid.
(H3) mfn.
[L=198286]become visible , appeared
(H3B) n.
 vivas
vi- √ vas 2 [p= 987,1] [L=200006]
cf. vyu) P. vy-ucchati , to shine forth , shine , dawn RV. &c  ; 
(
vi-váste) , to illumine S3Br. : Caus. -vāsayati , to cause to shine RV. TS. Br.
vi- √ vas 4 [p= 987,2] [L=200036]
-vaste , to change clothes TS. A1s3vS3r.  ; 
to put on , don
Bhat2t2. : Caus. -vāsayati (Pass. -vāsyate) , to put on , don MBh.
vi- √ vas 5 [L=200038]
-vasati , to change an abode , depart from (abl.) BhP.  ; 
(with
brahmacaryam) , to enter upon an apprenticeship , become a pupil ChUp.  ; 
to abide , dwell , live
MBh. R.  ; 
to pass , spend (time)
ib. &c : Caus. -vāsayati , to cause to dwell apart , banish , expel MBh. Ka1v. &c  ; 
to send forth , dismiss
MBh.
(H1) (
(H1) A1.
(H1) P.
 vihāna
vihāna [p= 1003,2] [L=203188]
m. n. morning , dawn L.
(H1) (?)
 vaibhātika
vaibhātika [p= 1024,1] [L=207340]
(fr. vi-bhāta) matutinal , pertaining to the dawn , Vr2ishabha1n.
(H1) mfn.
 vaiyuṣṭa
vaiyuṣṭa [p= 1024,3] [L=207492]
(fr. vy-uṣṭa) occurring at dawn or daybreak , early Pa1n2. 5-1 , 97.
(H1) mfn.
 vyenī
vy--énī [p= 1029,1] [L=208302]
(of vy-eta) variously-tinted (said of the dawn) RV. v , 80 , 4.
(H3) f.
 vyu
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 26.7
vyu 1 [p= 1040,3] [L=210272]
pyu) cl.4 P. vyuati , to burn (in this sense perhaps = vy-u) Dha1tup. xxvi , 7  ; 
to divide , distribute (in this sense also written
pyus , pu , byus , bus) ib. 108  ; 
cl.10 P. vyoayati , to reject , discharge , emit (in this sense also written pus) ib. xxxii , 92.
vy-ú 2 [L=210275]
(frvi- √2. vas) dawn , daybreak AV. xiii , 3 , 21 (loc. vy-úi , as inf. RV. v , 35 , 8 &c ; cf. also ā-vyuam and upa-vyuám).
(H1) (also read
(H1) f.
 vyuṣṭi
vy-uṣṭi [p= 987,2] [L=200035]
2. vy-u.
vy-úṣṭi 1 [p= 1040,3] [L=210283]
the first gleam or breaking of dawn , daybreak RV. AV. Br.

gen. loc. , or comp.) requital (of good or evil) MBh. Ka1v. &c

ChUp. iii , 13 , 4

W.

= stuti) L.

of partic. bricks A1pS3r.
1041,1] [L=210289]
partic. dvi-rātra ib.
vy-uṣṭi 2 [L=210298]
taking food only every eighth day L. (cf. upa-vas).
(H3) »
(H2) f.
[L=210284]consequence , fruit , reward for (
[L=210285]grace , beauty
[L=210286]increase , prosperity , felicity
[L=210287]a hymn , praise (
[L=210288]N.
[p= of a
(H2) f.
 vrā
vrā́ [p= 1043,1] [L=210727]
(fr. √1. v accord. to some fr. a masc. stem vra) a heap , host , multitude (mostly vrā́s , pl.) RV. ( Sa1y. i , 121 , 2 , " night " , " dawn ") AV.
(H1) f.
 śakunivāda
śakúni--vāda [p= 1046,2] [L=211367]
the first song of birds (or of a partic. bird) at dawn (accord. to some " the crowing of a cock ") AitBr.
(H3) m.
 śvetanā
śvetanā́ [p= 1107,3] [L=224850]
dawn RV. i , 122 , 4.
(H2) f.
 śvetya
śvetyá [L=224859]
(ā)n. white , brilliant (as the dawn) RV. Naigh. Nir.
(H2) mf
 sāyātrika
yātrika [p= 1197,1] [L=240871]
(fr. sa-yātrā) a voyaging merchant , one who trades by sea &c Hariv. Ka1v. Katha1s.
yātrika [L=240872]
any vehicle L.
yātrika [L=240873]
the morning dawn L.
(H1) m.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
 sādhya
dhya 1 [p= 1203,3] [L=242034]
produced by coalescence (as a syllable) Nir.
dhya 2 [L=242039]
(fr. sa-dhyā) relating to the evening twilight , vespertine Ka1v. Katha1s.

MW.
(H2) mfn.
(H1) mfn.
[L=242040]relating to the morning twilight or dawn
 suprabhāta
su--prabhāta [p= 1228,3] [L=247732]
(ā)n. beautifully illuminated by dawn R.
su--prabhāta [L=247734]
a beautiful dawn or day break Ka1v.
su--prabhāta [L=247735]
the earliest dawn MW.
su--prabhāta [L=247736]
a morning prayer Va1mP.
(H3) mf
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
 suprātar
su--prātár [p= 1229,1] [L=247811]
fine dawn or morning AV.
(H3) ind.
 sūas
* as [p= 1244,3] [L=251837]
one who enjoys a good dawn or happy morning AV.
(H1) mfn.
 strīghoa
strī́--ghoa [p= 1260,3] [L=254954]
" marked by the voices of women " , dawn , daybreak L.
(H3) m.
 avakāśe
ava-kāśe [p= 1316,3] [L=314410]
(prob.) about dawn
(H2) ind.