The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Moksha-Liberation




moka
moka [p= 835,1] [L=168320]
(ifc. f(ā).) emancipation , liberation , release from (abl. , rarely gen. or comp.) MBh. Ka1v. &c

Up. Mn. MBh. &c ( IW. 39)

L.

of partic. sacred hymns conducive to final emancipation Ya1jn5.

astron.) the liberation of an eclipsed or occulted planet , the last contact or separation of the eclipsed and eclipsing bodies , end of an eclipse Su1ryas. VarBr2S.

Kum. VarBr2S. (cf. garbha-)

VarBr2S.

Gaut.

Megh.

Katha1s.

cf. ria-)

&c ) Ma1rkP. Sus3r.

MBh. Ka1v. Pur.

Kum. Katha1s.

R.

Katha1s.

of the Divine mountain meru L.

Swietenioides L.
moka [p= 1331,3] [L=338380]
comp.)
(H2) m.
[L=168321]release from worldly existence or transmigration , final or eternal emancipation
[L=168322]death
[L=168323]N.
[L=168324](in
[L=168325]falling off or down
[L=168326]effusion
[L=168327]setting free , deliverance (of a prisoner)
[L=168328]loosing , untying (hair)
[L=168329]settling (a question)
[L=168330]acquittance of an obligation , discharge of a debt (
[L=168331]shedding or causing to flow (tears , blood
[L=168332]casting , shooting , hurling
[L=168333]strewing , scattering
[L=168334]utterance (of a curse)
[L=168335]relinquishment , abandonment
[L=168336]N.
[L=168337]Schrebera
(H2) (in






Sanskrit Words for Liberation



1 atimukti (liberation) 2 atimokṣa (liberation) 3 amukti (liberation) 4 amokṣa (liberation) 5 avasarjana (liberation) 6 avasā (liberation) 7 avimokṣa (liberation) 8 kriyāpavarga (liberation) 9 gajendramokṣaṇa (liberation) 10 dūtamocana (liberation) 11 nirmukti (liberation) 12 nirmokṣa (liberation) 13 nirvāṇamastaka (liberation) 14 nistāra (liberation) 15 nistārabīja (liberation) 16 nistitīrṣat (liberation) 17 parinirvṛti (liberation) 18 parimukti (liberation) 19 parimokṣa (liberation) 20 parimokṣaṇa (liberation) 21 punarjanmajaya (liberation) 22 pratimocana (liberation) 23 pratimokṣa (liberation) 24 pradeśa (liberation) 25 pramattaśramaṇa (liberation) 26 pramukti (liberation) 27 pramoka (liberation) 28 pramokṣa (liberation) 29 bandhana (liberation) 30 bhavaviti (liberation) 31 muku (liberation) 32 muc (liberation) 33 mukti (liberation) 34 muktimārga (liberation) 35 mumukṣā (liberation) 36 mumukṣutā (liberation) 37 mumukṣutva (liberation) 38 mokṣa (liberation) 39 mokṣakāṅkṣin (liberation) 40 mokṣakriyāsamācāra (liberation) 41 mokṣabhāva (liberation) 42 mokṣaṇa (liberation) 43 mocana (liberation) 44 vinirmukti (liberation) 45 vinirmokṣa (liberation) 46 vimukti (liberation) 47 vimoka (liberation) 48 vimocana (liberation) 49 vimokṣa (liberation) 50 vimokṣaṇa (liberation) 51 visaṃyoga (liberation) 52 visarga (liberation) 53 vedānta (liberation) 54 vaimukta (liberation) 55 vyavasarga (liberation) 56 śarīravimokṣaṇa (liberation) 57 śiva (liberation) 58 śivapada (liberation) 59 śivamārga (liberation) 60 sāṃkhya (liberation) 61 nirmumukṣu (liberation)
 atimukti
áti--mukti [p= 12,3] [L=2738]
áti.) f. final liberation (from death) TS. S3Br. xiv.
áti-mukti [p= 15,1] [L=3140]
final liberation. » ati.
ati-mukti [p= 1309,3] [L=302230]
(also) a partic. class of oblations, A1pS3r.
(H3) (
(H2) f.
(H2) f.
 atimoka
áti--moká [p= 12,3] [L=2742]


ati-muc.
ati-moká [p= 15,1] [L=3142]
final liberation S3Br. xiv.
(H3) m.
[L=2743]»
(H2) m.
 amukti
a-mukti [p= 82,1] [L=14169]
non-liberation L.
(H2) f.
 amoka
a-moka [p= 83,1] [L=14346]
( √ mok ,) unliberated , unloosed L.
a-moka [L=14347]
want of freedom , bondage confinement
a-moka [L=14348]
non liberation (from mundane existence).
(H1) mfn.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
 avasarjana
ava-sárjana [p= 105,1] [L=18264]
ib.
ava-sárjana [p= 105,2] [L=18304]
liberation VS. xii , 64.
(H2) »
(H2) n.
 avasā
áva-sā [p= 105,1] [L=18269]
-sātṛ́ » ava-so.
áva-sā [p= 105,2] [L=18317]
liberation , deliverance RV. iv , 23 , 3

» an-avasá.
(H1) and
(H2) f.
[L=18318]" halt , rest "
 avimoka
a-vimoka [p= 109,3] [L=18952]
no final liberation Ba1d.
(H2) m.
 kriyāpavarga
kriyā* pavarga [p= 321,1] [L=58031]
end of an affair W.

W.
(H3) m.
[L=58032]liberation from ceremonial acts
 gajendramokaa
gaje* ndra---mokaa [p= 342,2] [L=62451]
" liberation of the elephant (into which a gandharva had been transformed) " , N. of Va1mP. lxxxiv (also said to be the N. of a part of MBh. )
(H4) n.
 dūtamocana
dūtá--mocana [p= 489,2] [L=94875]
" liberation of an ambassador " , N. of a ch. of the Gan2P.
(H3) n.
 nirmukti
nir-° mukti [p= 556,2] [L=109805]
nír-) f. liberation , deliverance from (abl. or comp.) , Av. Katha1s. or dāna Sch. on BhP. x , 17 , 18.
(H3) (
 nirmoka
nir-° moka [p= 556,3] [L=109813]
liberation , deliverance from (gen. or comp.) MBh. Ka1v.
(H3) m.
 nirvāamastaka
nir-° a---mastaka [p= 557,3] [L=109998]
liberation , deliverance W.
(H4) m.
 nistāra
nis-° tāra [p= 564,2] [L=111093]
crossing , passing over , rescue , deliverance Bhartr2.

Hit.

W.

ib.
(H3) m.
[L=111094]acquittance , requital , payment , discharge of a debt
[L=111095]means , expedient
[L=111096]final liberation
 nistārabīja
nis-° tāra---bīja [L=111097]
a means of crossing (the ocean of life) , a cause of final liberation BrahmaP.
(H4) n.
 nistitīrat
nis-° titīrat [L=111102]
(antī)n. desirous to cross (the ocean of life) , wishing for salvation or liberation W.
(H3) mf
 parinirvti
pari-nirvti [p= 596,2] [L=117838]
final liberation , complete emancipation Ra1jat.
(H3) f.
 parimukti
pari-mukti [p= 599,1] [L=118274]
liberation A.
(H3) f.
 parimoka
pari-moka [p= 599,2] [L=118330]
setting free , liberation , deliverance MBh. R.

Ragh. ix , 62 (v.l. pari-moa)

BhP.

abl. or gen.) MBh.

= nir-vāa) A.
(H3) m.
[L=118331]removing , relieving
[L=118332]emptying , evacuation
[L=118333]escape from (
[L=118334]final beatitude (
 parimokaa
pari-mokaa [L=118335]
unloosing , untying Sus3r.

gen.) MBh. Mr2icch.
(H3) n.
[L=118336]liberation , deliverance from (
 punarjanmajaya
púnar--jan° ma-jaya [p= 633,3] [L=125740]
" victory over re-birth " , liberation , final emancipation W.
(H4) m.
 pratimocana
prati-° mocana [p= 669,1] [L=132896]
liberation , release from (comp.) MBh. Ragh.
(H3) n.
 pratimoka
prati-moka [p= 669,2] [L=132901]
( √ mok) liberation , deliverance

Buddh. ) emancipation L.

Ka1ran2d2.
(H1) m.
[L=132902](with
[L=132903]the formulary for releasing monks by penances
 pradeśa
pra-deśa [p= 680,1] [L=134704]
(ifc. f(ā).) pointing out , showing , indication , direction , decision , determination Nir. S3rS.

Sus3r.

&c ) RPra1t. MBh. Ya1jn5. Sch.

comp. with a part of the body e.g. kaṇṭha- , hdaya-) MBh. Ka1v. &c (n. Pan5cad. )

» comp. below)

L.

L.

jainas) one of the obstacles to liberation Sarvad. (" atomic individuality " W. )
pra-deśa [p= 680,2] [L=134801]
» pra-diś.
(H2) m.
[L=134705]appeal to a precedent
[L=134706]an example (in grammar , law
[L=134707]a spot , region , place , country , district (often in
[L=134708]a short while (
[L=134709]a wall
[L=134710]a short span (measured from the tip of the thumb to that of the forefinger)
[L=134711](with
(H1) &c
 pramattaśramaa
pra-matta---śramaa [p= 685,2] [L=135724]
(with jainas) N. of the 6th among the 14 stages which lead to liberation Cat.
(H3) n.
 pramukti
pra-mukti [p= 686,3] [L=135967]
pra-muc below.
prá-° mukti [L=135991]
(prá-) liberation

N. of partic. sacred texts TBr. iii , 8 , 18 , 4.
(H1) »
(H3) f.
[L=135991.1]pl.
 pramoka
pra-moka [L=135996]
liberation S3is3.
pra-moka [p= 687,2] [L=136122]
» pra-muc.
(H2) m.
(H1) &c
 pramoka
pra-moka [L=136123]
( √ mok) letting fall , dropping , losing R.

comp.)

MBh. R.
(H1) m.
[L=136124]discharging , dismissing , liberation , liberation from (
[L=136125]final deliverance
 bandhana
bándhana [p= 721,1] [L=142688]
(ī)n. binding , tying , fettering RV. &c

gen. or ifc. ; cf. bhāva-b° and Pa1n2. 4-4 , 96 Sch.)

MW.

ifc.) dependent on ib.
bándhana [L=142692]
the act of binding , tying , fastening , fettering Mn. MBh. &c
bándhana [L=142693]
(also f(ī). L. ) a bond , tie (also fig.) , rope , cord , tether S3Br. &c (ifc. with f(ā). = bound to or fettered by)
bándhana [L=142694]
binding on or round , clasping Ka1v. Pan5cat.
bándhana [L=142695]
binding up , bandaging , a bandage Sus3r.
bándhana [L=142696]
catching , capturing , confining , detention , custody , imprisonment or a prison Mn. Katha1s. Pur.
bándhana [L=142697]
building , construction MBh. R. &c
bándhana [L=142698]
embanking or an embankment ib.
bándhana [L=142699]
bridging over Hit.
bándhana [L=142700]
alloying (of metals) Bhpr.
bándhana [L=142701]
joining , junction , connection , coherence RV. MBh.
bándhana [L=142702]
fixing upon , directing towards (loc.) L.
bándhana [L=142703]
checking , suppressing Amar.
bándhana [L=142704]
(in phil.) mundane bondage (opp. to final liberation)
bándhana [L=142705]
hurting , killing L.
bándhana [L=142706]
a stalk , stem , peduncle (of a flower) RV. &c
bándhana [L=142707]
a sinew , muscle L.
(H2) mf
[L=142689]captivating (with
[L=142690]holding fast , stopping
[L=142691](
(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.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 bhavaviti
bhavá--viti [p= 749,1] [L=149051]
liberation from the world , cessation of worldly acts Kir.
(H3) f.
 muku
muku [p= 819,2] [L=164746]
= mukti (a word formed to explain , mukun-da as " giver of liberation " ; others assume mukum ind. ) L.
(H1) m.
 muc
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 28.136, 33.66, 6.12
Whitney Roots links: muc
muc 1 [p= 820,3] [L=165081]
mocate , to cheat Dha1tup. vi , 12 (= √ mac q.v.)
muc 2 [L=165082]
( Dha1tup. xxviii , 136) muñcáti , °te ( RV. also , mucánti , mucasva ; p. muñcāna MBh. ; pf. , mumóca , mumucé , Ved. , also , mumócat , múmocati , mumucas , mumoktu , amumuktam ; aor. ámok AV. ; Impv. mogdhí TA1r. ; amauk Br. ; ámucat AV. ; amuki,mukata RV. AV. ; Prec. mucīṣṭa RV. ; mukīya ib. ; fut. , moktā , Ka1lid. ; mokyati,°te Br. &c ; inf. moktum Br. &c ; ind.p. muktvā́ ib. , -múcya RV. , mókam , Br. ) , to loose , let loose , free , let go , slacken , release , liberate (" from " , abl. or -tas ; A1. and Pass. with abl. or instr. , rarely with gen. " to free one's self , get rid of , escape from ") RV. &c , &c (with kaṇṭham , to relax the throat i.e. raise a cry ; with raśmīn , to slacken the reins ; with prā*ān , to deprive of life , kill)  ; 
to spare , let live
R.  ; 
to set free , allow to depart , dismiss , despatch (" to " , loc. or
dat.) MBh. Ka1v. &c  ; 
to relinquish , abandon , leave , quit , give up , set aside , depose
ib. (with kalevaram , deham , prā*ān or jīvitam , to quit the body or give up the ghost i.e. to die)  ; 
to yield , grant , bestow
Ra1jat. Campak.  ; 
to send forth , shed , emit , utter , discharge , throw , cast , hurl , shoot at (" or upon "
loc. dat. , or acc. with or without prati ; with abl. and ātmānam , to throw one's self down from) Ya1jn5. MBh. R. &c  ; 
(
A1.) to put on Bhat2t2. (Sch.) : Pass. mucyáte (or múcyate , ep. also °ti and fut. mokyati ; aor. ámoci) , to be loosed , to be set free or released RV. &c  ; 
to deliver one's self from , to get rid of , escape (
esp. from sin or the bonds of existence) Mn. MBh. &c  ; 
to abstain from (
abl.) Pan5cat.  ; 
to be deprived or destitute of (
instr.) MBh. : Caus. mocayati (mc. also °te ; aor. amūmucat) , to cause to loose or let go or give up or discharge or shed (with two acc.) Megh. Bhat2t2.  ; 
to unloose , unyoke , unharness (horses)
MBh. R.  ; 
to set free , liberate , absolve from (
abl.) Mn. MBh. &c  ; 
to redeem (a pledge)
Ya1jn5.  ; 
to open (a road)
Prab.  ; 
to give away , spend , bestow
Ma1rkP.  ; 
to gladden , delight , yield enjoyment
Dha1tup. xxxiii , 66 : Desid. of Caus. mumocayiati , to wish to deliver (from the bondage of existence) S3am2k. (cf. , mumocayiu): Desid. mumukati , °te , (P.) to wish or be about to set free Pa1n2. 7-4 , 57 Sch.  ; 
to be about to give up or relinquish (life)
Katha1s.  ; 
to wish or intend to cast or hurl
Ragh.  ; 
(
A1.) to wish to free one's self Pa1n2. 7-4 , 57 Sch.  ; 
to desire final liberation or beatitude
RV. BhP. (cf.mok): Intens. momucyate or monokti Gr. ([cf. Gk. μύσσω , μκος , μυκτής ; Lat. mungo , mucus.])
muc 3 [p= 821,2] [L=165249]
freeing or delivering from (» aho-m°)

» jala- , para- , sāyaka-m° &c )
muc 3 [L=165251]
deliverance (» a-múc).
(H1) cl.1 A1.
(H1) cl.6 P. A1.
(H2) mfn.
[L=165250]letting go or letting fall , dropping , discharging , shooting , sending (
(H2B) f.
 mukti
mukti [L=165212]
setting or becoming free , release , liberation , deliverance from (comp.) S3Br. &c , &c

= moka , q.v.) Ka1v. Katha1s.

comp.) ib.

Hariv.

cf. ṛṇa-m°)

of a divine being (the wife of satya) Cat.
(H2) f.
[L=165213]final liberation or emancipation , final beatitude (
[L=165214]abandonment , putting off , giving up (
[L=165215]throwing , casting , hurling , shooting , sending
[L=165216]discharge (of a debt ;
[L=165217]N.
 muktimārga
mukti--mārga [L=165236]
the path to liberation or final emancipation , S3a1ntis3.
(H3) m.
 mumukā
mumukā [L=165257]
(fr. Desid.) desire of liberation from (abl.) or of final emancipation MBh. Ka1v. Pur.
mumukā [p= 823,2] [L=165689]
ku,mumucāna,°cu » [p= 821,2].
(H2) f.
(H1) °
 mumukutā
mumukú--tā [p= 821,2] [L=165264]
( Cat. ) desire of liberation or of final emancipation.
(H3) f.
 mumukutva
mumukú--tva [L=165265]
( Veda7ntas. ) desire of liberation or of final emancipation.
(H3) n.
 moka
moka [p= 835,1] [L=168320]
(ifc. f(ā).) emancipation , liberation , release from (abl. , rarely gen. or comp.) MBh. Ka1v. &c

Up. Mn. MBh. &c ( IW. 39)

L.

of partic. sacred hymns conducive to final emancipation Ya1jn5.

astron.) the liberation of an eclipsed or occulted planet , the last contact or separation of the eclipsed and eclipsing bodies , end of an eclipse Su1ryas. VarBr2S.

Kum. VarBr2S. (cf. garbha-)

VarBr2S.

Gaut.

Megh.

Katha1s.

cf. ria-)

&c ) Ma1rkP. Sus3r.

MBh. Ka1v. Pur.

Kum. Katha1s.

R.

Katha1s.

of the Divine mountain meru L.

Swietenioides L.
moka [p= 1331,3] [L=338380]
comp.)
(H2) m.
[L=168321]release from worldly existence or transmigration , final or eternal emancipation
[L=168322]death
[L=168323]N.
[L=168324](in
[L=168325]falling off or down
[L=168326]effusion
[L=168327]setting free , deliverance (of a prisoner)
[L=168328]loosing , untying (hair)
[L=168329]settling (a question)
[L=168330]acquittance of an obligation , discharge of a debt (
[L=168331]shedding or causing to flow (tears , blood
[L=168332]casting , shooting , hurling
[L=168333]strewing , scattering
[L=168334]utterance (of a curse)
[L=168335]relinquishment , abandonment
[L=168336]N.
[L=168337]Schrebera
(H2) (in
 mokakākin
moka--kākin [p= 835,1] [L=168338]
desirous of liberation or of final emancipation MW.
(H3) mfn.
 mokakriyāsamācāra
moka--kriyā-samācāra [L=168342]
accomplishing the act of liberation Pan5cat.
(H3) mfn.
 mokabhāva
moka--bhāva [L=168360]
liberation , final emancipation MBh.
(H3) m.
 mokaa
mokaa [L=168392]
liberating , emancipating Cat.
mokaa [L=168393]
liberation , releasing , rescuing MBh. Mr2icch.
mokaa [L=168394]
setting at liberty (a criminal) Mn. ix , 249
mokaa [L=168395]
loosing , untying Pan5cat.
mokaa [L=168396]
shedding , causing to flow Ma1lav. Sus3r. (cf. rakta-m°)
mokaa [L=168397]
giving up , abandoning , deserting Pan5cat. Hit. (v.l.)
mokaa [L=168398]
squandering W.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 mocana
mocana [p= 835,2] [L=168444]
(ī)n. (ifc.) releasing from BhP.

Gi1t.
mocana [L=168447]
release , liberation , freeing or delivering from (abl. or comp.) Das3. S3ukas. (cf. ṛṇa-m°)
mocana [L=168448]
unyoking (a car) MBh.
mocana [L=168449]
(ifc.) discharging , emitting Gobh.
(H2) mf
[L=168445]casting , darting
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 vinirmukti
vi-° nirmukti [p= 971,1] [L=197081]
(ifc.) liberation W.
(H3) f.
 vinirmoka
vi-nir-moka [L=197082]
( √ mok) emancipation , liberation , release from (comp.) MBh. R.

L.
(H1) m.
[L=197083]exclusion , exemption
 vimukti
vi-° mukti [p= 980,3] [L=198815]
disjunction (opp. to yukti) AitBr.

ifc.) giving up Kum.

Ka1v. Katha1s. Pur.

Kap. VP.
(H3) f.
[L=198816](
[L=198817]release , deliverance , liberation
[L=198818]release from the bonds of existence , final emancipation
 vimoka
vi-moká [L=198824]
unyoking , unbending , cessation , termination TS. AV.

AgP.

abl. or comp.) Nya1yam. Sch.

Sarvad.
(H2) m.
[L=198825]letting go , abandoning , giving up
[L=198826]deliverance from (
[L=198827]liberation from sensuality or worldly objects
 vimocana
vi-° mócana [L=198835]
(ī)n. unyoking , loosening RV.


vi-° mócana [L=198837]
N. of śiva MBh.
vi-° mócana [L=198839]
unharnessing , alighting , stopping for rest , relief. RV. TS. S3Br.
vi-° mócana [L=198840]
deliverance , liberation (esp. from sin) MBh. Ma1rkP.
vi-° mócana [L=198841]
giving up , abandoning MBh.
vi-° mócana [L=198842]
N. of a place of pilgrimage ib.
(H3) mf
[L=198836]&c
(H3B) m.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
 vimoka
vi-° moká [p= 981,2] [L=198943]
the being loosened or undone Pa1rGr2.

abl. or comp.) MBh. R. &c

i.e. final emancipation (sometimes 8 , sometimes 3 kinds are enumerated cf. Dharmas. 59 and 73) S3Br. Bhag. &c

Mn. viii , 3 , 16

VPra1t. MBh.

MBh.

R.

MBh.
(H3) m.
[L=198944]release , deliverance from (
[L=198945]liberation of the soul
[L=198946]letting loose , setting at liberty (a thief)
[L=198947]giving up , abandoning
[L=198948]letting flow , shedding (of tears)
[L=198949]gift , bestowal (of wealth)
[L=198950]discharge (of arrows)
 vimokaa
vi-° mokaa [L=198953]
liberating from (ifc.) BhP.
vi-° mokaa [L=198954]
untying , loosening VarBr2S.
vi-° mokaa [L=198955]
liberation , deliverance from (abl. or comp.) Mn. MBh. &c (also " from an embryo " MBh. i , 2369 ; aṇḍá'a-v° , " laying eggs " Pan5cat. ; asg-v° , " letting blood " Sus3r. )
vi-° mokaa [L=198956]
taking off , casting away , S3r2in3ga1r.
vi-° mokaa [L=198957]
giving up (the ghost) MBh.
vi-° mokaa [L=198958]
discharging (arrows) R.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
 visayoga
vi-sayoga [p= 1000,2] [L=202692]
liberation from worldly fetters Buddh.

W.
(H2) m.
[L=202693]disjunction , separation , omission
 visarga
vi-sarga [p= 1000,3] [L=202714]
» p.1001.
vi-sargá [p= 1001,1] [L=202770]
sending forth , letting go , liberation , emission , discharge Gr2S3rS. MBh. &c

S3Br. MBh. Sus3r.

Ka1tyS3r.

Mn. MBh. &c

i.e. driving out (cows ; » go-vis°)

BhP.

RV. Gr2S.

Car.

BhP.

Mn. MBh. &c

MBh. Ragh. BhP.

esp. secondary creation or creation in detail by purua ; » under sarga) Bhag. BhP.

Hariv. BhP.

BhP.

ib.

L.

W. (cf. -cumbana)

ib.

of a symbol in grammar (= vi-sarjanīya , which is the older term » below) Pa1n2. Sch. S3rutab. MBh. BhP.

of śiva MBh. xiii , 1241
(H1) vi-sarjana
(H2) m.
[L=202771]voiding , evacuation (of excrement)
[L=202772]opening (of the closed hand)
[L=202773]getting rid of , sending away , dismissal , rejection
[L=202774]letting loose
[L=202775]final emancipation , exemption from worldly existence
[L=202776]cessation , end
[L=202777]end of the annual course of the sun
[L=202778]destruction of the world
[L=202779]giving , granting , bestowal
[L=202780]scattering , hurling , throwing , shooting , casting (also of glances)
[L=202781]producing , creating (
[L=202782]creation (in the concrete sense) , product , offspring
[L=202783]" producer " , cause
[L=202784]membrum virile
[L=202785]the sun's southern course
[L=202786]separation , parting
[L=202787]light , splendour
[L=202788]N.
[L=202789]N.
 vedānta
vedā* nta [p= 1016,2] [L=205886]
» p.1017.
vedā́* nta [p= 1017,1] [L=205943]
end of the veda (= " complete knowledge of the veda " cf. vedā*nta-ga) TA1r. MBh.

of the second and most important part of the mīmā or third of the three great divisions of Hindu philosophy (called vedā*nta either as teaching the ultimate scope of the veda or simply as explained in the upaniads which come at the end of the veda ; this system , although belonging to the mīmā [q.v.] and sometimes called uttara-mīmā , " examination of the later portion or jñāna-kāṇḍa [q.v.] of the veda " , is really the one sole orthodox exponent of the pantheistic creed of the Hindus of the present day - a creed which underlies all the polytheism and multiform mythology of the people ; its chief doctrine [as expounded by śakara] is that of advaita i.e. that nothing really exists but the One Self or Soul of the Universe called brahman [neut.] or paramā*tman , and that the jīvātman or individual human soul and indeed all the phenomena of nature are really identical with the paramā*tman , and that their existence is only the result of ajñāna [otherwise called avidyā] or an assumed ignorance on the part of that one universal Soul which is described as both Creator and Creation ; Actor and Act ; Existence , Knowledge and Joy , and as devoid of the three qualities [see gua] ; the liberation of the human soul , its deliverance from transmigrations , and re-union with the paramā*tman , with which it is really identified , is only to be effected by a removal of that ignorance through a proper understanding of the vedā*nta ; this system is also called brahma-mīmā and śārīrakamīmā , " inquiring into Spirit or embodied Spirit " ; the founder of the school is said to have been vyāsa , also called bādarāyaa , and its most eminent teacher was śakarā*cārya) Up. MBh. &c
vedā́* nta [L=205945]
the upaniads or works on the vedā*nta philosophy Kull. on Mn. vi , 83.
(H3) &c
(H2) m.
[L=205944]N.
(H2B) m. pl.
 vaimukta
vaimukta [p= 1024,2] [L=207396]
containing the word vi-mukta Pa1n2. 5-2 , 61

W.
vaimukta [L=207398]
liberation , emancipation W.
(H1) mfn.
[L=207397]liberated , emancipated
(H1B) n.
 vyavasarga
vy-avasargá [p= 1033,2] [L=209016]
setting free , liberation S3Br.

Pa1n2. 5-4 , 2

L.
(H2) m.
[L=209017]distributing , bestowing
[L=209018]renunciation , resignation
 śarīravimokaa
śárīra--vimokaa [p= 1058,1] [L=213894]
liberation from body , death Baudh. Mn.
(H3) n.
 śiva
śivá [p= 1074,1] [L=217497]
(ā́)n. (according to Un2. i , 153 , fr. √1. śī , " in whom all things lie " ; perhaps connected with √ śvi cf. śavas , śiśvi) auspicious , propitious , gracious , favourable , benign , kind , benevolent , friendly , dear (°vám ind. kindly , tenderly) RV. &c

BhP.
śivá [L=217499]
happiness , welfare (cf. n.) R. v , 56 , 36
śivá [L=217500]
liberation , final emancipation L.
śivá [p= 1074,2] [p= 1074,1] [L=217501]
" The Auspicious one " , N. of the disintegrating or destroying and reproducing deity (who constitutes the third god of the Hindu trimūrti or Triad , the other two being brahmā " the creator " and viṣṇu " the preserver " ; in the veda the only N. of the destroying deity was rudra " the terrible god " , but in later times it became usual to give that god the euphemistic N. śiva " the auspicious " [just as the Furies were called Εμενίδες " the gracious ones "] , and to assign him the office of creation and reproduction as well as dissolution ; in fact the preferential worship of śiva as developed in the purāas and Epic poems led to his being identified with the Supreme Being by his exclusive worshippers [called śaivas] ; in his character of destroyer he is sometimes called kāla " black " , and is then also identified with " Time " , although his active destroying function is then oftener assigned to his wife under her name kālī , whose formidable character makes her a general object of propitiation by sacrifices ; as presiding over reproduction consequent on destruction śiva's symbol is the liga [q.v.] or Phallus , under which form he is worshipped all over India at the present day ; again one of his representations is as ardha-nārī , " half-female " , the other half being male to symbolize the unity of the generative principle [ RTL. 85] ; he has three eyes , one of which is in his forehead , and which are thought to denote his view of the three divisions of time , past , present , and future , while a moon's crescent , above the central eye , marks the measure of time by months , a serpent round his neck the measure by years , and a second necklace of skulls with other serpents about his person , the perpetual revolution of ages , and the successive extinction and generation of the races of mankind: his hair is thickly matted together , and gathered above his forehead into a coil ; on the top of it he bears the Ganges , the rush of which in its descent from heaven he intercepted by his head that the earth might not be crushed by the weight of the falling stream ; his throat is dark-blue from the stain of the deadly poison which would have destroyed the world had it not been swallowed by him on its production at the churning of the ocean by the gods for the nectar of immortality ; he holds a tri-śūla , or three-pronged trident [also called pināka] in his hand to denote , as some think , his combination of the three attributes of Creator , Destroyer , and Regenerator ; he also carries a kind of drum , shaped like an hour-glass , called amaru: his attendants or servants are called pramatha [q.v.] ; they are regarded as demons or supernatural beings of different kinds , and form various hosts or troops called gaas ; his wife durgā [otherwise called kālī , pārvatī , umā , gaurī , bhavāī &c ] is the chief object of worship with the śāktas and tāntrikas , and in this connection he is fond of dancing [see ṇḍava] and wine-drinking ; he is also worshipped as a great ascetic and is said to have scorched the god of love (kāma-deva) to ashes by a glance from his central eye , that deity having attempted to inflame him with passion for pārvatī whilst he was engaged in severe penance ; in the exercise of his function of Universal Destroyer he is fabled to have burnt up the Universe and all the gods , including brahmā and viṣṇu , by a similar scorching glance , and to have rubbed the resulting ashes upon his body , whence the use of ashes in his worship , while the use of the rudrā*ka berries originated , it is said , from the legend that śiva , on his way to destroy the three cities , called tri-pura , let fall some tears of rage which became converted into these beads: his residence or heaven is kailāsa , one of the loftiest northern peaks of the himā*laya ; he has strictly no incarnations like those of viṣṇu , though vīra-bhadra and the eight bhairavas and khaṇḍobā &c [ RTL. 266] are sometimes regarded as forms of him ; he is especially worshipped at Benares and has even more names than viṣṇu , one thousand and eight being specified in the 69th chapter of the śiva-purāa and in the 17th chapter of the anuśāsana-parvan of the mahā-bhārata , some of the most common being mahā-deva , śambhu , śakara , īśa , īśvara , mahe*śvara , hara ; his sons are gae*śa and kārttikeya) A1s3vS3r. MBh. Ka1v. &c RTL. 73
śivá [L=217502]
a kind of second śiva (with śaivas) , a person who has attained a partic. stage of perfection or emancipation MBh. Sarvad.
śivá [L=217503]
śiva-liga L.
śivá [L=217504]
any god L.
śivá [L=217505]
a euphemistic N. of a jackal (generally śivā f. q.v.)
śivá [L=217506]
sacred writings L.
śivá [L=217507]
(in astron.) N. of the sixth month
śivá [L=217508]
a post for cows (to which they are tied or for them to rub against) L.
śivá [L=217509]
bdellium L.
śivá [L=217510]
the fragrant bark of Feronia Elephantum L.
śivá [L=217511]
Marsilia Dentata L.
śivá [L=217512]
a kind of thorn-apple or = puṇḍarīka (the tree) L.
śivá [L=217513]
quicksilver L. (cf. śiva-bīja)
śivá [L=217514]
a partic. auspicious constellation L.
śivá [L=217515]
a demon who inflicts diseases Hariv.
śivá [L=217516]
= śukra m. kāla m. vasu m. L.
śivá [L=217517]
the swift antelope L.
śivá [L=217518]
rum , spirit distilled from molasses L.
śivá [L=217519]
buttermilk L.
śivá [L=217520]
a ruby L.
śivá [L=217521]
a peg L.
śivá [L=217522]
time L.
śivá [L=217523]
N. of a son of medhā*tithi Ma1rkP.
śivá [L=217524]
of a son of idhma-jihva BhP. @
śivá [L=217525]
of a prince and various authors (also with dīkita , bhaṭṭa , paṇḍita , yajvan , sūri &c ) Cat.
śivá [L=217526]
of a fraudulent person Katha1s.
śivá [L=217527]
(du.) the god śiva and his wife Kir. v , 40 Pracan2d2. i , 20 (cf. Va1m. v , 2 , 1)
śivá [L=217528]
pl. N. of a class of gods in the third manvantara Pur.
śivá [L=217529]
of a class of Brahmans who have attained a partic. degree of perfection like that of śiva MBh.
śivá [L=217531]
welfare , prosperity , bliss (āya , éna or ébhis , " auspiciously , fortunately , happily , luckily " ; śivāya gamyatām , " a prosperous journey to you! ") RV. &c
śivá [L=217532]
final emancipation L.
śivá [L=217533]
water L.
śivá [L=217534]
rock-salt L.
śivá [L=217535]
sea-salt L.
śivá [L=217536]
a kind of borax L.
śivá [L=217537]
iron L.
śivá [L=217538]
myrobalan L.
śivá [L=217539]
Tabernaemontana Coronaria L.
śivá [L=217540]
sandal L.
śivá [L=217541]
N. of a purāa (= śiva-purāa or śaiva) Cat.
śivá [L=217542]
of the house in which the ṇḍavas were to be burnt Ma1rkP.
śivá [L=217543]
of a vara in plaka-dvīpa and in jambu-dvīpa Pur.
(H1) mf
[L=217498]happy , fortunate
(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.
(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.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
 śivapada
śivá--pada [p= 1075,1] [L=217683]
final liberation , emancipation L.
(H3) n.
 śivamārga
śivá--mārga [p= 1075,2] [L=217748]
" śiva's path " , final liberation L.
(H3) m.
 sākhya
khya [p= 1199,1] [L=241218]
(fr. sa-khyā) numeral , relating to number W.

&c ) Pat.

W.
khya [L=241221]
one who calculates or discriminates well , (esp.) an adherent of the khya doctrine Cu1lUp. MBh. &c
khya [L=241222]
N. of a man Car.
khya [L=241223]
patr. of the Vedic ṛṣi atri Anukr.
khya [L=241224]
N. of śiva MBh.
khya [L=241225]
(accord. to some also m.) N. of one of the three great divisions of Hindu philosophy (ascribed to the sage kapila [q.v.] , and so called either from " discriminating " , in general , or , more probably , from " reckoning up " or " enumerating " twenty-five tattvas [» tattva] or true entities [twenty-three of which are evolved out of prakti " the primordial Essence " or " first-Producer "] , viz. buddhi , ahakāra , the five tan-mātras , the five mahā-bhūtas and manas ; the twenty-fifth being purua or Spirit [sometimes called Soul] which is neither a Producer nor Production [see vikāra] , but wholly distinct from the twenty-four other tattvas , and is multitudinous , each separate purua by its union with prakti causing a separate creation out of prakti , the object of the philosophy being to effect the final liberation of the purua or Spirit from the fetters caused by that creation ; the yoga [q.v.] branch of the khya recognizes a Supreme Spirit dominating each separate purua ; the tantras identify prakti with the wives of the gods , esp. with the wife of śiva ; the oldest systematic exposition of the khya seems to have been by an author called pañca-śikha [the germ , however , being found in the aṣṭi-tantra , of which only scanty fragments are extant] ; the original sūtras were superseded by the khya-kārikā of īśvara-kṛṣṇa , the oldest manual on the khya system that has come down to us and probably written in the 5th century A.D. , while the khya-sūtras or śiva-pravacana and tattva-samāsa , ascribed to the sage kapila , are now thought to belong to as late a date as the 14th or 15th century or perhaps a little later) S3vetUp. MBh. &c IW. 73 &c RTL.
(H1) mfn.
[L=241219]relating to number (in gram. as expressed by the case-terminations
[L=241220]rational , or discriminative
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
 nirmumuku
nir--mumuku [p= 1329,3] [L=335061.1]
longing for liberation, v, 39
(H3) mfn.