KHANDBAHALE.COM - Top word list of character 'b' in Sanskrit language

ba-bhas-a devourer. in Sanskrit

ba-bhr-í bearing (ac.); being carried; nourishing. in Sanskrit

ba-bhr-u (ú or uN) reddish-brown, brown, tawny; having reddish-brown hair; m. kind of large ichneumon; ep. of Krishna, Vishnu, and Siva; N.; f. u, reddish-brown cow: (u)-loman, a. (mnî) brown-haired; -vâhana, m. N. of a son of Arguna. in Sanskrit

bababâ kri= crackle (of fire). in Sanskrit

bâbhrav-a descendant of Babhru; -ya, m. id.; N. of various men. in Sanskrit

bachelors in Sanskrit

bad brother in Sanskrit

bad deed in Sanskrit

bad person in Sanskrit

bad state in Sanskrit

bad-smelling in Sanskrit

bâdar-i descendant of Badara. in Sanskrit

bâdara belonging to or coming from the jujube tree; coarse, gross (opp. minute, subtile); n. jujube; â, f. cotton-shrub. in Sanskrit

bádara jujube tree (Zizyphus Jujuba): i-kâ, f. jujube; î, f. jujube tree (Zizyphus Jujuba); N. of a source of the Ganges and of a hermitage of Nara and Nârâyana situated near it; î-tapovana, n. penance grove at Badarî; î-phala, n. fruit of the jujube tree in Sanskrit

bâdara̮âyana (son of Badara), N. of the reputed author of the Sârîraka Sûtras of the Uttara-mîmâmsâ; a. composed by Bâdarâyana. in Sanskrit

baddha (√bandh) bound, etc.: -ka, m. prisoner (V.); -kadambaka, a. forming groups; -kalâpin, a. having his quiver tied on; -graha, a. insisting on something; -kitta, a. having one's thoughts fixed on (lc.); -trishna, a. longing for (--°); -drishti, a. hav in Sanskrit

bâdh-á tormentor; resistance; m., â, f. pain, affliction, distress, suffering, annoyance, from (ab. or --°); injury, damage, hurt, prejudice to (--°); exclusion from (--°); obstruction, annulment, suspension; contradiction, absurdity; -aka, a. (ikâ) distr in Sanskrit

badh-irá deaf: -tâ, f. deafness. in Sanskrit

bâdh-ya to be annoyed, distressed, or afflicted; allowing oneself to be troubled by (--°); being checked; to be set aside, removed, or annulled; -ya-mâna-tva, n. condition of being annulled, set aside, or refuted. in Sanskrit

bâdhir-ya deafness. in Sanskrit

badhira-ya P. deafen: pp. ita, deafened. in Sanskrit

baffled in fruitive activities in Sanskrit

baffled in knowledge in Sanskrit

baffled in their hopes in Sanskrit

bah-ala thick, dense; bushy, shaggy (tail); wide, extensive; deep (colour, tone); manifold, copious, abundant; --°, filled with, chiefly consisting in; °--, ad. greatly: -tâ, f. thickness. in Sanskrit

bah-ís outside (the house, town, country, etc.); out of doors (go, etc.); prp. from without, outside or out of (ab. or --°); -ish kri, expel, banish, exclude from (ab. or lc.); put aside, abandon, renounce: pp. -krita, taken out of, expelled from (ab.); a in Sanskrit

bah-ú (v-î) abundant, much; numerous; repeated, frequent; abounding or rich in (in.): tvayâ hi me bahu kritam -- yad, you have done me a great service, in --; tasmin bahu̮etad api, even this was much for him (i.e. more than could be expected); kim bahunâ, in Sanskrit

bâh-ú [strong: √bah] arm; sp. fore-arm; fore-foot of an animal; sp. upper part of the fore-foot; post of a door; arm as a measure (=12 aṅgulas); N. in Sanskrit

bâháv-a arm (V.). in Sanskrit

bâhî-ká bâlhika or bâlhîka), N. of a despised people (pl.); man of the Bâhîkas; cowherd. in Sanskrit

bahih-sâlâ outer hall; -sîta, a. cold outside, cool to the touch. in Sanskrit

bahih-samstha lying or situated outside (the town). in Sanskrit

bahir-aṅga external; unessential: -tâ, f., -tva, n. abst. n.; -argala, --°, a. external bolt; -artha, m. external object; -gata, pp. come forth: -tva, n. appearance; -giri, m. (country beyond the hills), N. of a country: pl. N. of a people; -geham, ad. ou in Sanskrit

bahis-kara moving or appearing outside, external: w. prâna, m. sg. & pl. or hridaya, n. one's external breath or heart, i.e. dear to one as one's own life or heart; m. external spy. in Sanskrit

bahis-tapas external asceticism. in Sanskrit

bahish-karana 1. external organ; 2. exclusion from (ab.); -kârya, fp. to be banished; -- excluded from (ab.); -krita, pp. ejected, expelled; -kriti, f. exclusion; -kriya, a. excluded from sacred rites; -kriyâ, f. external action (such as bathing etc.). in Sanskrit

bahish-pata upper garment; -paridhí, ad. outside the enclosure; -pavamâná, m. n. a Stoma or Stotra generally consisting of three triplets chanted outside the Vedi during the Prâtahsavana: î, f. pl. its single verses; -pragña a. having external cognition; in Sanskrit

bahísh-tât outside (V.). in Sanskrit

bâhli bred in Balkh (horses); -ga, a., -gâta, pp. bred in Balkh (horses). in Sanskrit

bâhlîka princess or woman of Bâhlîka. in Sanskrit

bâhû-bâhav-i hand to hand, in close encounter. in Sanskrit

bâhu-gun-ya possession of many excellences. in Sanskrit

bâhu-ka dwarfish; m. N.; N. assumed by Nala when charioteer of Rituparna. in Sanskrit

bahu-kara doing much, for any one (g.); -kalpa, a. of many kinds, manifold; -kalyâna, a. very noble; -kâma, a. having many wishes; -krítvas, ad. ofttimes, frequently; -kshama, a. bearing much, of great forbearance; -gamana, a. having many goings or course in Sanskrit

bâhú-kyuta fallen or dropped from the arm or hand; (u)-tarana, n. crossing with the arms, i. e. swimming across a river; (ú)-tâ, ad. in the arms (V.); (u)-dan- da, m. long arm; -danta-ka, a. with sâstra, n. N. of a treatise on jurisprudence abridged by In in Sanskrit

bahu-lá thick, compact; broad; dense (darkness); wide, ample, capacious, extensive, large; abundant, copious, numerous, much; abounding in, full of, attended or accompanied by (in. or --°): -m, ad. often; m. dark half of a month; N.: -tâ, f. abundance of in Sanskrit

bâhu-latâ creeper-like arms: -̮antara, n. interval between the arms, chest, breast-bone. in Sanskrit

bahu-rasá juicy; -ripu, a. having many foes; -rûpá, a. many-coloured, variegated; multiform, manifold, various. in Sanskrit

bahu-sakti (possessing great power), N. of a prince; -satru, a. having many foes; -sabda, m. (many-word), plural; -sás, ad. abundantly, in great numbers; frequently, repeatedly; -sâkhá, a. having many branches; widely ramified (family); manifold; -sâkhin, in Sanskrit

bahu-samkhyâ-ka numerous; -sattva, a. abounding in animals; -sadrisa, a. very suitable; -sava, a. sacrificing often or doing anything for many years; containing many sacrifices or years; -sasya, a. abounding in corn; m. N. of a village; -sâdhana, a. havin in Sanskrit

bâhu-srutya learning. in Sanskrit

bahu-tama remotest: â bahutamât purushât, down to the remotest descendant; -tara, cpv. more numerous, more, than (ab.); more extensive, greater (fire); too or very much; several: etad eva̮asmâkam bahutaram -- yad, it is already a great thing for us that - in Sanskrit

bahu-vaktavya about which much can be said; -vakaná, n. plural; case and personal terminations of the plural; -vat, a. in the plural; -varna, a. many-coloured; -valkala, m.=Priyâla tree (Buchanania latifolia); -vâdín, a. talking much, loquacious; -vâra: - in Sanskrit

bâhu-vikshepa movement of the arms; -vimarda, m. hand to hand fight, pugilistic encounter; -vîrya, n. strength of arm; a. strong of arm; -sakti, m. (strong of arm), N. of a prince; -sâlin, a. possessed of powerful arms, valorous, warlike; m. N. of a Dânav in Sanskrit

bahul-ita increased. in Sanskrit

bâhul-ya abundance, plenty; quantity, large number; multiplicity, variety; usualness, ordinary course or order of things: in. for the most part, mostly, generally; ab. id.; in all probability. in Sanskrit

bâhula multiplicity: ab. owing to the various applicability (of a rule). in Sanskrit

bahula̮âyâsa involving much trouble; -̮âlâpa, a. loquacious; -̮âvishta, pp. inhabited by many, thickly populated. in Sanskrit

bahula̮itara-paksha the dark and the (opposite=) light half of a month; -̮oshadhika, a. having abundant herbs, overgrown with herbs. in Sanskrit

bahura-madhya thick in the middle (Soma). in Sanskrit

bahu̮akshara polysyllabic; -̮agni, a. mentioning many Agnis (certain verses); -̮añkana, a. having many goings or courses; -̮anná, a. abounding in food; -̮apatya, a. promising numerous offspring; m. (?) mouse; -̮apâya, a. attended with many dangers; -̮abad in Sanskrit

bâhu̮ogas strength of arm; a. strong in the arm. in Sanskrit

bahu̮udaka abounding in water; m. mendicant ascetic frequenting sacred bathing-places; -̮upamâ, f. comparison with many things (rh.); -̮upâya, a. having many resources, powerful. in Sanskrit

bâhu̮utkshepam throwing or tossing up the arms; -̮upapîdam, abs. pressing with the arms. in Sanskrit

bahv-oda bahu̮uda, cp. bahûdaka] kind of ascetic regarding knowledge (as opposed to works) as the chief thing; -̮aushadhi-ka, a. [for -̮osha-] abounding in herbs. in Sanskrit

bâhvrik-ya traditional teaching of the Bahvrikas, the Rig-veda. in Sanskrit

bâhya-karana external organ of sense; -tara, cpv. external etc.; outcast; -tas, ad. prp. outside, without (ab., g.); -tâ, f. deviation or divergence from (ab.); -prakriti, f. pl. constituent parts of a foreign state (except the king). in Sanskrit

bâhya̮amsa holding the hands outside (not between) the kness; -̮antar, ad. from without and within; -̮artha-vada, m. doctrine that the external world is real; -̮artha-vâdin, a. maintaining the reality of the external world (ph.); -̮âlaya, m. abode of the in Sanskrit

baida Bida. in Sanskrit

baidâla peculiar to the cat: -vratika, -vratin, a. following the ways of the cat, deceitful. in Sanskrit

baig-ika relating to seed, seminal; inherited from one's father (guilt). in Sanskrit

baihînari bahînara) N. of a chamberlain. in Sanskrit

bail in Sanskrit

bailva coming from the Bilva tree, made of Bilva wood. in Sanskrit

baimbika (one addicted to Bimba-lips), gallant, lover. in Sanskrit

baishka (?) flesh of an animal killed by a beast of prey or by a trap. in Sanskrit

baka heron (Ardea nivea: regarded as a type of circumspection as well as roguery and hypocrisy); rogue, cheat; hypocrite; N.: -kakkha, m. Heron-bank, N. of a locality; -mûrkha, m. fool of a heron. in Sanskrit

baka-bakâ-ya Â. croak. in Sanskrit

baka-ripu foe of Baka (a Râkshasa conquered by him), ep. of Bhîmasena; -vatî, f. N. of a river; -vritti, a. behaving like the heron, hypocritical; m. hypocrite; -vrata, n. action of a heron: -kara, a. acting like a heron, hypocritical; -vratika, a. hypocr in Sanskrit

baka̮îsa Baka. in Sanskrit

bakota heron. in Sanskrit

bakula Bakula flower: -mâlâ, f. N.; -̮âvalikâ, f. N. in Sanskrit

bâkula belonging to the Bakula tree. in Sanskrit

bâkurá driti, m. bagpipe (RV.1). in Sanskrit

BAL balbalîti, whirl (SB.1). in Sanskrit

bal-ín strong, powerful; m. soldier; N. in Sanskrit

bâl-isa young, childish; silly, foolish; m. fool, blockhead: -tâ, f., -tva, n., (is)-ya, n. childishness, folly. in Sanskrit

bal-ishtha strongest, mightiest; most powerful; stronger than (ab.): -tama, dbl. spv. id. in Sanskrit

bál-îyas stronger, more powerful or important; very strong or powerful; turning the scale: -tara, dbl. cpv. excessively powerful, -tva, n. superior or excessive power; predominance, greater importance. in Sanskrit

bal-ya invigorating. in Sanskrit

bâlâ girl; young woman; cow one year old. in Sanskrit

bala-bhadra (excelling in strength), N. of a divine being, later identified with Baladeva; N.; -bhid, m. destroyer of Bala, ep. of Indra; -bhrit, a. strong, powerful; -mukhya, m. leader of an army; -yukta, pp. endowed with strength, powerful; -yuta, pp. i in Sanskrit

bâla-ka (ikâ) young, childish, not yet full-grown; m. child, boy; young of an animal; five-year-old elephant; N. of a prince; -kânda, n. Boy-section, T. of the first book of the Râmâyana treating of the boyhood of Râma; -kunda̮anuviddha, pp. n. spray of y in Sanskrit

bala-kara strengthening; -kâma, a. desiring strength; -krit, a. strengthening; -kriti, f. mighty deed. in Sanskrit

bala-kshobha disturbance among the troops, mutiny; -gupta, m. N.; -kakra, n. [circle of power or of troops], sovereignty; army; -ga, m., â, f. heap of corn; -da, m. ox; -darpa, m. pride of strength; -daN, a. strength-giving; -dî-bhû, become an ox; -deva, in Sanskrit

bála-vat 1. strong, powerful, mighty; vehement (desire etc.); dense (darkness); stout, weighty; prevalent, predominant; of more weight or importance than (ab.); ad. strongly, powerfully; heavily, stoutly; greatly, lustily; 2. accompanied by an army: -tara in Sanskrit

balâ-ya Â. exhibit strength. in Sanskrit

balâha-ká rain or thunder-cloud; cloud; one of the seven clouds appearing at the destruction of the world; kind of serpent; N. of a mountain. in Sanskrit

balâk-in attended by or abounding in cranes; N. of a son of Dhritarâshtra. in Sanskrit

balâka â, f. kind of crane (the flesh of which is eaten); N. in Sanskrit

baláksha (î) white: -gu, m. (white-rayed), moon. in Sanskrit

balancing forward posture in Sanskrit

balaNsa swelling in the throat, which prevents swallowing. in Sanskrit

balât-kâra employment of force, violence: °-- or in. by force, forcibly; strongly, vehemently; -m, abs. forcibly; -krita, pp. forced, overcome, by (in. or --°). in Sanskrit

bala̮adhika superior in strength (e.g. in running); -̮adhikarana, n. pl. affairs of the army; -̮adhyaksha, m. inspector of the forces, minister of war; -̮anuga, m. younger brother of Baladeva, ep. of Krishna; -̮anvita, pp. endowed with power, mighty; sugg in Sanskrit

bala̮agra excessive strength; head of an army. in Sanskrit

bala̮ari foe of Bala, ep. of Indra; -̮avastha, a. strong, powerful. in Sanskrit

bâla̮âtapa morning sun, early sunshine (also pl.); -̮âditya, m. newly-risen sun; N. of two princes; -̮adhyâpa-ka, m. teacher of boys: -tâ, f. tutorship of boys; -̮apatya, n. young offspring; -̮âmaya, m. children's disease; -̮aruna, m. (red of) early dawn; in Sanskrit

bâla̮indu young or crescent moon. in Sanskrit

bâla̮upakarana medical treatment of children: î-ya, a. relating to the --; -̮upakâra, m. medical treatment of children. in Sanskrit

bala̮utsâha ardour of the forces; -̮unmatta, pp. frenzied with power. in Sanskrit

balbalâ-kâra stammer; -kri, pronounce with a stammer (Br.). in Sanskrit

baldness in Sanskrit

bâleya suitable for an oblation (bali); descended from Bali; m. ass. in Sanskrit

bâlhá √bah: lc. mightily (RV.1); (a)-m, ad. (C.) certainly, assuredly, really, indeed; exceedingly; gnly. used as a pcl. of consent: very well, confirmation: so it is, or assent: yes. in Sanskrit

balí tax, impost, tribute; offering, gift, oblation; offering of food (generally rice, grain, or ghee) thrown up into the air and made to living creatures, esp. birds (also called bhûta-yagña): very often --° with the object, the time, the place, or mater in Sanskrit

bali-harana (î) suitable for presenting an offering; n. presentation of an offering; -hârá, a. paying taxes; m. presentation of offerings; -hrít, a. paying tribute. in Sanskrit

bali-niyamana̮udyata bent on vanquishing Bali; -putra, m. son of Bali, pat. of the Asura Bâna; -push- ta, (pp.) m. (fed on the rice-offering), crow; -bhug, a. eating the food-offering; m. crow; -bhrit, a. paying tribute; -bhogana, m. crow; -mát, a. receiv in Sanskrit

bali-vyâkula engaged in offering oblations; -shad-bhâga, m. sixth part as tribute: -hârin, a. taking the sixth part as tribute. in Sanskrit

bâlikâ bâla-ka) girl. in Sanskrit

balivárda bull. in Sanskrit

balla-va cowherd; î, f. cowherdess; (a)-yuvati, f. young cowherdess. in Sanskrit

bambhara̮ali fly. in Sanskrit

bámh-ishtha bahula) strongest, most secure; very powerful or deep (tone); very stout or fat; -îyas, cpv. (of bahula) more numerous or extensive, etc. in Sanskrit

bân-in provided with an arrow. in Sanskrit

banana in Sanskrit

banana oil in Sanskrit

bâna̮âvalî combination of five verses forming one sentence; -̮âsana, n. bow; bowstring. in Sanskrit

band-in 1. prisoner, slave; 2. bard of a prince; panegyrist (-i-tâ, f. abst. n.). in Sanskrit

bandá mutilated (hands, feet, tail), maimed. in Sanskrit

bandh-á tying, fastening, bandaging; catching, capturing; fettering; arrest; connexion with (--°); intercourse with (--°); putting together, joining (the hands etc.); posture, position of the hands and feet; construction, building (of a bridge etc.); damm in Sanskrit

bándh-ana (î) binding, fettering; captivating; n. binding, tying, fastening; bandaging; tying on (of a girdle etc.); entwining, clasping; capture; confinement, imprisonment, captivity; construction (of a bridge etc.); embanking or damming up (water); brid in Sanskrit

bandh-anîya to be taken prisoner; to be embanked. in Sanskrit

bandh-in (--°) binding; catching; forming, producing; displaying, showing. in Sanskrit

bándh-u connexion, relation; kinship, kindred; (maternal) kinsman; relative; friend; husband; --°, relation of=extremely like; friend of=visited by or favourable for; --° a. (û), coming under the head of, i. e. being only in name: -kritya, n. duty of a ki in Sanskrit

bandh-ya deserving to be bound, fettered, or imprisoned; to be constructed; -- stopped up (cp. vandhya). in Sanskrit

bandha where the chin rests in the notch between the collar bones in Sanskrit

bandha-pâsá fetter; -mokanikâ, -mokanî, f. (freeing from bonds), N. of a Yoginî. in Sanskrit

bandhan-ika gaoler. in Sanskrit

bândhav-a (having relationship: bandhu), kinsman, relation; maternal relative; friend: î, f. female relative; a-ka, a. concerning relations; -dhurâ, f. friendly service. in Sanskrit

bandhû-ka -pushpa, n. flower of the Bandhûka. in Sanskrit

bandhu-la bastard. in Sanskrit

bándhu-mat possessed of kinsfolk; surrounded by kinsmen: -î, f. N.; -mitra, m. N. in Sanskrit

bandhu-ra charming, lovely, beautiful, handsome; inclined, bent; addicted: --° =adorned with: -gâtrî, a. f. having lovely or curved i. e. rounded limbs; -komala̮aṅguli, a. having rounded and delicate fingers (hand). in Sanskrit

bandhu-vat like a relative (=nm. or ac.); -varga, m. whole body of one's kinsmen; -hîna, pp. destitute of kindred; friendless. in Sanskrit

bandhur-ita inclined, bent; curved. in Sanskrit

bandî prisoner (male or female); prey; -krita, pp. taken prisoner; m. prisoner, captive; seized, overpowered. in Sanskrit

bandi-graha taking prisoner, capture; -grâha, m. burglar. in Sanskrit

bandi-putra son of a bard, panegyrist; -strî, f. female panegyrist; -sthita, pp. imprisoned. in Sanskrit

bangle in Sanskrit

baNhav-i bâhu) N. of a teacher. in Sanskrit

baNhya [fr. bahi(s)] being outside (the door, house, village, etc.); situated outside (ab. or --°); outer, external; strange, foreign; excluded from caste or the community, outcast; lying outside anything (ab. or --°)=diverging from, conflicting with, bey in Sanskrit

banjo in Sanskrit

bank in Sanskrit

baNl-ya (or-yã) infancy, childhood; crescent state (of the moon); childishness, immaturity of mind, puerility, folly: -tâ, f. childhood. in Sanskrit

baNna (or á) (reed), shaft, arrow; the number five (because Kâma has five arrows); mark or aim (of an arrow); m. N. of the author of the Kâdambarî and the Harshakarita (seventh century a. d.); N. of an Asura; N.; m. blue Barleria; n. its flower: -gokara, in Sanskrit

baNna-vat (made of a reed), arrow; (containing arrows), quiver; -varshin, a. showering arrows; -vâra, m. multitude of arrows; cuirass, doublet (protecting from arrows); -samdhâna, n. adjustment of the arrow (to the string); -siddhi, f. hitting of an arrow in Sanskrit

baNrhata (î) relating to the metre brihatî: -ka, m. N.; -̮ânushtubha, a. consisting of a brihatî and an anushtubh. in Sanskrit

baps √bhas. in Sanskrit

bar-bar-a stammering; curly; m. non-Âryan, barbarian; low fellow, loon (vc. used as a term of contempt). in Sanskrit

barâsî garment. in Sanskrit

bárgaha udder (RV.1). in Sanskrit

bargain in Sanskrit

barh-a [plucking], tail-feather; tail of a bird, esp. of a peacock; leaf; -ana, a. plucking out (--°); dazzling the eyes (g.); n. plucking out (--°): -kakra, N. of a mountain village. in Sanskrit

barh-ánâ firmly, strongly, powerfully; very, really, certainly (emphasizing): -vat, a. (V.) mighty, ardent: n. ad. in Sanskrit

barh-in peacock. in Sanskrit

barh-ís [what is pulled up, plucking], sacrificial grass (gnly. kusa) strewn on the place of sacrifice, esp. the Vedi, and forming a layer on which the offerings are placed and the gods as well as the sacrificers are supposed to sit; n. Sacred Grass perso in Sanskrit

bárh-ishtha mightiest, strongest, highest: -m, ad. loudest. in Sanskrit

barha-bhâra [burden of feathers], peacock's tail; -̮âpîda, m. wreath of peacocks' feathers worn on the crown of the head. in Sanskrit

barhâ-ya ita, resembling the eyes on a peacock's tail. in Sanskrit

bârhad-daivata =Brihaddevatâ; -ratha, a. relating to Brihad-ratha. in Sanskrit

bârhaspat-a (î) relating to or descended from Brihaspati; -yá, m. pat. descendant of Brihaspati; pupil of Brihaspati; unbeliever; n. the Artha-sâstra of Brihaspati. in Sanskrit

barhi-dhvaga (peacock-bannered), ep. of Skanda. in Sanskrit

barhi-vâhana (having a peacock for a vehicle), ep. of Skanda. in Sanskrit

barhi-yâna (having a peacock for his vehicle), ep. of Skanda. in Sanskrit

barhina adorned with peacocks' feathers; m. peacock: -lakshana, a. adorned with peacocks' feathers; -vâga, m. arrow adorned with peacocks' feathers; -vâsas, a. provided with peacocks' feathers. in Sanskrit

barhir-uttha (arising from grass), fire. in Sanskrit

barhish-ka strewn with sacrificial grass; n. sacrificial grass. in Sanskrit

barhísh-mat accompanied or provided with sacrificial grass; having or strewing sacrificial grass=sacrificer; -yã, a. belonging to or suitable for the sacrificial grass or the sacrifice. in Sanskrit

barhi[h]-shád seated on the sacrificial grass; m. pl. a class of Manes. in Sanskrit

barkara-karkara (?) of all kinds. in Sanskrit

barren land in Sanskrit

barsá knot: -naddhi, f. tying of a knot. in Sanskrit

baru Rishi. in Sanskrit

bâsa bhâsa. in Sanskrit

base in Sanskrit

based on the word path in Sanskrit

bâshkala belonging to Bâshkala; m. pl. school of Bâshkala: -sâkhâ, f. Bâshkala recension (of the Rig-veda). in Sanskrit

bashkáya cow having a young calf. in Sanskrit

bâshp-in shedding (--°) as tears. in Sanskrit

bâshpa tears; steam, vapour: -kala, a. indistinct or choked with tears (voice); -pihita-lokana, a. having eyes suffused with tears; -pûra, m. flood of tears; -moksha, m. shedding of tears; -salila, n. tears; -̮âkula, a. indistinct or choked with tears (vo in Sanskrit

bâshpâ-ya Â. shed tears. ati, weep excessively. in Sanskrit

bâshpa̮utpîda gush of tears. in Sanskrit

bâsta coming from the he-goat (basta). in Sanskrit

bastá he-goat: a̮aginá, n. goatskin (V.). in Sanskrit

bastí bladder: -sîrsha, n. sg. or m. du. neck of the bladder. in Sanskrit

bathroom in Sanskrit

battle in Sanskrit

battlefield in Sanskrit

battleground in Sanskrit

batu boy, lad, sp. of the Brâhman caste; fellow (used contemptuously of adults): -ka, m. id.: -nâtha, m. N. of a pupil of Samkarâkârya. in Sanskrit

bauddha kept in the mind (buddhi), mental (=not uttered); relating to the understanding; belonging to or connected with Buddha; m. Buddhist: -darsana, n., -mata, (pp.) n. Buddhist doctrine. in Sanskrit

baudha relating or belonging to Mercury: w. ahan, n. day of Mercury, Wednesday. in Sanskrit

baudhâyana (î) relating to or composed by Baudhâyana: pl. school of Baudhâyana; î-ya, m. pl. a school of the Black Yagur-veda. in Sanskrit

be in Sanskrit

be able in Sanskrit

be disturbed in Sanskrit

be engaged in loving service in Sanskrit

be given leave/permission in Sanskrit

be informed in Sanskrit

be jealous in Sanskrit

be known in Sanskrit

be more and more prosperous in Sanskrit

be pleased in Sanskrit

be situated in Sanskrit

bear in Sanskrit

beard in Sanskrit

bearing in Sanskrit

bearing a resemblance to rain-bearing cloud i.e with in Sanskrit

bearing bowarrow in Sanskrit

bearing in the hands in Sanskrit

bearing the bluish black colour of blue lilies in Sanskrit

bearing the weapon 'ankusha' with which the elephant in Sanskrit

bears in Sanskrit

beaten in Sanskrit

beaut in Sanskrit

beautified in Sanskrit

beautiful in Sanskrit

beautiful form in Sanskrit

beautiful to him in Sanskrit

beautiful woman in Sanskrit

beauty in Sanskrit

beauty and luck in Sanskrit

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because of the urge for self-realisation in Sanskrit

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become agitated in Sanskrit

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become pleased in Sanskrit

become polluted in Sanskrit

become vanquished in Sanskrit

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becomes victorious in Sanskrit

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bed-bug in Sanskrit

bedbug in Sanskrit

bedroom in Sanskrit

bee in Sanskrit

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been bestowed in Sanskrit

befooled by material identification in Sanskrit

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before or in front in Sanskrit

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began to speak in Sanskrit

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beginning in Sanskrit

beginning with the letter 'ga' in Sanskrit

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behavior in Sanskrit

behind+sun in Sanskrit

being in Sanskrit

being absorbed in Sanskrit

being annihilated in Sanskrit

being attached in Sanskrit

being attached to Me in Sanskrit

being bound in Sanskrit

being cleansed as the result of such performances in Sanskrit

being delivered from in Sanskrit

being destroyed in Sanskrit

being dissolved in Sanskrit

being done in Sanskrit

being engaged in devotional service in Sanskrit

being engaged in meditation in Sanskrit

being fully engaged in Sanskrit

being fully situated in Sanskrit

being in constant touch with the Supreme in Sanskrit

being killed in Sanskrit

being overwhelmed with wonder in Sanskrit

being placed in Sanskrit

being purest in the material world in Sanskrit

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being restrained from matter in Sanskrit

being satisfied in Sanskrit

being satisfied by the performance of sacrifices in Sanskrit

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being situated in the material energy in Sanskrit

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being the great king in Sanskrit

being without association in Sanskrit

being without attachment in Sanskrit

being without duplicity towards others in Sanskrit

being without false egoism in Sanskrit

being yoked in Sanskrit

belief in Sanskrit

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believer in Sanskrit

bellies in Sanskrit

belonging to a kingdom or country in Sanskrit

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Benefic planet in Sanskrit

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benevolence in Sanskrit

Bengal in Sanskrit

Bengali language in Sanskrit

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bereft of company in Sanskrit

bereft of dharma or duty in Sanskrit

bereft of knowledge of the Self in Sanskrit

besides this in Sanskrit

besides you in Sanskrit

best of the Raghu race in Sanskrit

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between the teeth in Sanskrit

bewildered in Sanskrit

bewildered by false ego in Sanskrit

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beyond a doubt in Sanskrit

beyond contemplation in Sanskrit

beyond Me in Sanskrit

beyond the infallible in Sanskrit

bhâ-nú lustre, brightness, light; ray; sun; N.: pl. the sons of Bhânu, the Âdityas. in Sanskrit

bhâ-ti lustre, brightness, light; perception, knowledge. in Sanskrit

bhad-rá [laudable: √bhand] blessed, auspicious; fair, beautiful; good; fortunate, prosperous; skilful in (lc.): vc. m. my good friend, worthy sir, f. my good lady, pl. good people; â dis, f. the auspicious quarter, the south; â vâk, f. kindly speech; -m, in Sanskrit

bhâdra Bhâdrapada (August-September): î, f. day of full moon in Bhâdrapada; -mauñga, a. (î) made of the plants Bhadra and Muñga. in Sanskrit

bhadra-ka good: pl. used as a term of address, good people: â, f. N.; -kalpa, m. the present cosmic age (among the Buddhists); -kâraka, a. causing prosperity; -kâlî, f. a goddess, later a form of Durgâ; -kâshtha, n. wood of the Devadâru tree (Pinus Deodor in Sanskrit

bhadra-tara better; happier; more prosperous; -tâ, f. honesty, uprightness; -danta, m. N. of an elephant; -dâru, m. n. the Devadâru tree; -nidhi, m. treasure of fortune (a precious vessel offered to Vishnu); -pada, n. a metre; -pîtha, n. auspicious seat, in Sanskrit

bhadram-kara (auspicious), N. in Sanskrit

bhadra̮aksha -̮âyudha, m. N.; -̮asva, m. N.; -̮âsana, n. splendid seat, throne; a sitting posture among ascetics; -̮îsa, m. ep. of Siva; -̮îsvara, m. N. of various statues and emblems of Siva; N. of a locality; N. of a scribe. in Sanskrit

bhâg-á portion, share, allotment, inheritance; happy lot; part, fraction (opp. whole); part, region, place, spot, space; --° a. supplying the place of; numerator (of a fraction); degree (the 360th part of a circle): -ka, a. --°=bhâga, share. in Sanskrit

bhág-a [dispenser: √bhag] lord (of gods, esp. Savitri: V.); N. of one of the Adityas bringing welfare and love and instituting marriage; the lunar asterism Phalgunî; sun; good fortune, luck, happy lot (mostly V.); dignity, grandeur (mostly V.); loveliness in Sanskrit

bhag-ana adoration, worship: -tâ, f. id.; -anîya, fp. to be loved or adored; -i-tavya, fp. id. in Sanskrit

bhag-as fortune. in Sanskrit

bhâg-ika forming a part; m. N.; -ín, a. entitled to a share; receiving or having received a share; participating or concerned in (g., lc., or --°); consisting of shares; m. participator; possessor, owner; fortunate man. in Sanskrit

bhâg-in (--°) participating in, obtaining; combined with; -ya, fp. to be divided. in Sanskrit

bhag-ín prosperous, happy, fortunate, lucky; splendid, glorious: -î, f. sister (happy, as not being an only child but having a brother): -pati, m. sister's husband, brother-in-law, -suta, m. sister's son, nephew. in Sanskrit

bhag-na (√bhañg) broken, etc.; n. fracture of the leg; -krama, n. violation of syntactical construction; -gânu, a. broken-kneed; -tâ, f. condition of being broken: pravahanasya, ship wrecked condition; -prakrama, n. inappropriate sequence in using a word in Sanskrit

bhaga-datta -devata, a. having the god Bhaga for a deity; -daivata, a. id.; ± nakshatra, n. the lunar asterism Uttarâ Phalgunî; -netra-ghna, -netra-nipâtana, -netra-han, -netra-hara, -netra-hrit, -netra̮apahârin, m. Destroyer of Bhaga's eye, ep. of Siva. in Sanskrit

bhâga-dhéya share, due; lot, fate; property; share of a king, tax; a. (î) due as a share (V.); -bhâg, a. having a share in anything; m. participator; -bhug, m. (enjoying the taxes), king; -mukha, m. N.; -lakshana, n. indirect indication of the part (rh.). in Sanskrit

bhâga-sas in parts (divide); part by part, in due proportion, gradually; -hara, a. receiving a share; m. heir; -hâra, m. division (in arithmetic); -hârin, a. inheriting; m. heir; -̮apahârin, a. receiving a share of inheritance; -̮arthin, a. claiming a sha in Sanskrit

bhága-tti [bhaga-d(a)-ti] gift of fortune (V.1). in Sanskrit

bhága-vat possessing a happy lot, fortunate, blessed; adorable, venerable, divine (ep. of gods and demi-gods), august, illustrious, holy (of saints); worshipful as a term of address in vc. (bhagavan, bhagavas (V.), bhagos, f. bhagavati, m. pl. bhagavantah in Sanskrit

bhaga-vedana proclaiming matrimonial felicity. in Sanskrit

bhagavad-gîta song sung by the Adorable One (Krishna); â, f. pl. (± upanishad) secret doctrine sung by the Adorable One (Krishna), T. of a well-known theosophical poem forming an episode in the Mahâbhârata. in Sanskrit

bhagavan-maya devoted to Vishnu or Krishna. in Sanskrit

bhâgavat-a (î) relating to or proceeding from the Adorable One (Vishnu or Krishna); m. follower of the Adorable One, Vaishnava monk. in Sanskrit

bhaga̮aṅka as a brand; a. marked with a pudendum muliebre; -̮âdhâna, a. bestowing matrimonial felicity. in Sanskrit

bhagin-ikâ little sister. in Sanskrit

bhâgineya son of a sister (bhaginî): -ka, m. id. in Sanskrit

bhâgîratha (î) relating to Bhagîratha: î, f. ep. of the Ganges (also N. of one of the three sources and of an arm of the Ganges): -nâtha, m. lord of the Ganges, the ocean, -vallabha, m. lover of the Ganges, id. in Sanskrit

bhaiksha living on alms; n. begging, mendicancy; begged food, alms, charity: -m kar, go about begging for (--°); beg for alms. in Sanskrit

bhaiksha-karana going about begging: -m kri, practise mendicancy; -karya, n., -karyâ, f. id.; -bhug, a. living on alms. in Sanskrit

bhaiksha-vat like alms; -vritti, f. subsistence on alms, mendicancy; a. living on alms; -̮anna, n. begged food; -̮âsin, a. eating begged food; -̮âsya, n. subsistence on alms; -̮âhâra, a. eating begged food; -̮upa- gîvin, a. subsisting on alms. in Sanskrit

bhaikshav-a belonging to the monk (bhikshu). in Sanskrit

bhaima (î) relating to Bhîma; m. pat. descendant of Bhîma: î, f. pat. daughter of Bhîma, Damayantî. in Sanskrit

bhaima-ratha (î) relating to Bhîma-ratha. in Sanskrit

bhairav-îya relating to Bhairava. in Sanskrit

bhaíshag-ya healing effect; medicine, drug, remedy, for (g.). in Sanskrit

bhak-tá (√bhag) devoted, etc.; m. worshipper; n. food; meal: -kara, m. preparer of food, cook; -kkhanda, n. appetite; -tva, n. being a part of or belonging to (--°); -da, -dâyaka, a. presenting food to (g.); -dâsa, m. one who serves in return for his dail in Sanskrit

bhak-tí partition, distribution (V.); the being a part of or belonging to anything; appurtenance; portion, part; division, streak, line; order, succession; attachment, devotion, homage, honour, respect, worship, faith (in, etc., g., lc., or --°; ordinary in Sanskrit

bhaka-bhakâ-ya Â. croak. in Sanskrit

bhaksh-á partaking of nourishment, drinking, eating; drink (V.), food (ord. mg.): very commonly --° a. feeding or subsisting on; -aka, a. eating, feeding on (--°); m. feeder, eater, of (g., --°); (bháksh)-ana, n. drinking, eating, partaking of, feeding on in Sanskrit

bhaksh-i bhaksh (gr.); -ita, (pp.) n. being devoured by (in.): -sesha, a. remaining from what has been eaten; m. leavings of food: -̮âhâra, m. meal of leavings; -itavya, fp. to be eaten; -itri, m. eater; -in, a. eating (gnly. --°); -ya, fp. to be eaten, e in Sanskrit

bhâkta inferior, secondary; m. N. of a certain Saiva and Vaishnava sect. in Sanskrit

bhakta̮upasâdha-ka preparer of food, cook. in Sanskrit

bhâla forehead; splendour: -patta, m. forehead. in Sanskrit

bhala truly, indeed (V.). in Sanskrit

bhall-ûka bear. in Sanskrit

bhalla arrow; m. bear; n. kind of arrow-head. in Sanskrit

bhallâta marking-nut plant; n. the nut: -ka, m. n. id. in Sanskrit

bhâluk-i -in, m. N. of a teacher. in Sanskrit

bhambha-râva bellowing (of a cow). in Sanskrit

bhambharâlî bhramara̮ali], fly. in Sanskrit

bhan-ana discoursing on, declaring (--°); -anîya, fp. to be said; -ita, (pp.) n. speech, discourse; -iti, f. id. in Sanskrit

bhaN-rigîka brilliant with light. in Sanskrit

bhaN-tvakshas having mighty light (RV.1). in Sanskrit

bhâna i-kâ, f. id. in Sanskrit

bhânav-a peculiar to the sun; -îya, a. belonging to the sun, solar. in Sanskrit

bhand-a jester, buffoon; a mixed caste: -tva, n. buffoonery; -anîya, fp. to be derided; m. N. of a minister of Srîharsha. in Sanskrit

bhand-ád-ishti speeding with shouts (the Maruts); -ána, a. shouting: â, f. shouting, praise (sts. pl.). in Sanskrit

bhánd-ishtha shouting loudest, praising best. in Sanskrit

bhânda vessel, pot, pail, dish; vat; box, case; utensil, implement; musical instrument; wares, merchandise (sts. m.); jewel, valuable, treasure; capital, principal; buffoonery: -ka, n. pot; case; --° a. wares, merchandise; -pati, m. merchant; -mûlya, n. c in Sanskrit

bhândâ-pura town. in Sanskrit

bhandanâ-ya P. only pr. pt. -yát, shouting, yelling (RV.1). in Sanskrit

bhândâr-ika superintendent of a store, treasurer; -in, m. id. in Sanskrit

bhândâra store-room, warehouse. in Sanskrit

bhaṅg-á breaking (V.1); m. breaking (also of waves), -- down or off; plucking off; falling out; injury; fracture (of bones); separation, analysis (of words); bend, curve; collapse, downfall, fall, ruin, destruction, decay; interruption, disturbance; frust in Sanskrit

bhañg-aka breaker (of doors); -ana, a. breaking; m. breaker (--°); dispeller; n. breaking, destroying; dispelling, removing; disturbing, interrupting. in Sanskrit

bhaNg-ana representation (in. in the place of: g.); --°, representing, the equivalent of (V.); --° a. sharing in, entitled to, belonging or relating to; n. vessel, dish, pot; recipient, repository, of (g. or --°), fit object or person for (g.); a measure in Sanskrit

bhaṅg-i (or î) breaking; bend, curve; crooked path, circuitous way; circumlocution, roundabout way of speaking or acting; manner, method; way of dressing, fashion, costume; disguise, semblance, of (--°); figure; step; wave: -bhûta, pp. resembling (--°), - in Sanskrit

bhaṅg-in fragile, passing away (--°). in Sanskrit

bhaṅg-ura fragile, transitory, perishable, as (--°); changeable, variable; curved (brow, etc.): -tâ, f. transitoriness, perishableness; -niskaya, a. fickle, inconstant. in Sanskrit

bhâṅga made of hemp (bhaṅgâ). in Sanskrit

bhâṅgâsuri son of Bhaṅgâsura, pat. of Rituparna. in Sanskrit

bhaṅgî-bhakti formation of steps, wave-like stair. in Sanskrit

bhaṅgi-mat wavy (hair); -man, m. waviness; perversity; -vikâra, m. distortion of the features (of the face). in Sanskrit

bhaṅgura-ya P. break, destroy; curl. in Sanskrit

bhaNradvâga (î) derived from or relating to Bharadvâga; m. descendant of Bharadvâga, pat. of Agastya and others; planet Mars; skylark: î, f. female descendant of Bharadvâga; skylark; N. of a river; a-ka, a. belonging to or derived from Bharadvâga: i-kâ, f in Sanskrit

bhaNrata (î) derived from the Bharata (Ritvig) or bearing the sacrifice (?), ep. of Agni; descended from Bharata; belonging to the Bharatas (with yuddha, n., samgrâma, m., samara, m., samiti, f. the battle of the Bharatas; w. âkhyâna, n., itihâsa, m., or in Sanskrit

bhaNravi Kirâtârgunîya (sixth century a.d.). in Sanskrit

bhaNs lustre, brightness, light; ray. in Sanskrit

bhaNs-as 1. light, ray; 2. food, prey. in Sanskrit

bhaNs-vat (-î) shining, luminous, radiant; m. sun. in Sanskrit

bhânu-ga son of the sun, planet Saturn; -tanayâ, f. daughter of the sun, pat. of the Yamunâ; -tâ, f. condition of the sun; -datta, m. N.; -dina, n. Sunday. in Sanskrit

bhânu-mát luminous, bright, radiant; m. sun; N.: -î, f. N.; -maya, a. consisting of rays; -mitra, m. N.; -ratha, m. N.; -varman, m. N.; -vâra, m. Sunday. in Sanskrit

bhaNv-uka becoming anything (nm., or --° with ad. in -am); having an æsthetic sense; n. language full of emotion. in Sanskrit

bhappata -̮îsvara, m. N. of a temple. in Sanskrit

bhár-a (--°) bearing; bestowing; maintaining; m. bearing, carrying (V.); gaining (V.); booty (V.); battle, fight (V.); burden, load, weight; quantity, multitude, bulk, mass; excess; (stress), shout or song of praise (V.): -m kri, rest one's weight on (lc. in Sanskrit

bhâr-á burden, load; labour, toil, task, work, trouble; brunt; mass, quantity, abundance (often --° w. words meaning hair); load (a certain weight)=20 tulâs. in Sanskrit

bhar-ana bearing; wearing (of a garment, --°); bringing, procuring; maintaining, supporting, nurture; hire, wages: î, f. (gnly. pl.) a lunar asterism; -anîya, fp. to be supported, nourished, or fed. in Sanskrit

bhár-at √bhri. in Sanskrit

bhar-atá [to be maintained], N. of a certain Agni who is kept alive by the care of men (V.); a certain Agni with a son of the same name (E.); actor; N. of various princes and men; N. of a tribe, the descendants of Bharata (pl.); N. of a manual of the hist in Sanskrit

bhâr-ika burdensome, heavy; m. burden-carrier, porter; -in, a. bearing, carrying (--°); heavy; deep (tone); m. burdencarrier, porter. in Sanskrit

bhar-ita full, filled with (g.[or --°). in Sanskrit

bhár-man maintenance, nurture. in Sanskrit

bhar-tavya to be borne; -- supported, -- maintained or nourished; -- hired or kept. in Sanskrit

bhar-u Vishnu and Siva. in Sanskrit

bhâr-yã to be borne; to be supported, cherished, or nourished; m. one supported by another, dependent, servant; mercenary, soldier: ẫ, f. wife; female, mate (of an animal). in Sanskrit

bhára-dhyai √bhri. in Sanskrit

bhára-hûti battle-cry; a. raising a shout of battle. in Sanskrit

bhâra-ka (?) burden, load; mass, quantity (ikâ, f. id.); -gîvin, m. (subsisting by carrying burdens), porter. in Sanskrit

bhâra-pratyavara lowest by reason of the bearing of burdens (actions); -bhârin, a. bearing burdens; -vat, a. weighty; -vâha, a. bearing a burden; m. bearer of a burden; -vâhaka, m. burden-carrier, porter; -vâhana, m. id.; -vâhin, a. burden-carrying; beari in Sanskrit

bhâra-saha bearing a heavy burden, equal to great tasks; -sâdhana, a. accomplishing great things, very efficacious (weapons); -sâdhin, a. id.; -hârin, a. bearing a heavy burden (Krishna); -̮âkrânta, pp. overloaded (ship). in Sanskrit

bhârâ-ya Â. be a burden to (g.); pp. -yita, being a burden to (g.). in Sanskrit

bharád-vâga [bearing strong flight], skylark; N. of a sage: -dhanvantari, m. N. of a divine being. in Sanskrit

bhâradvâg-in -îya, a. relating to Bhâradvâga; m. pl. the school of Bhâradvâga. in Sanskrit

bhâranda î, f. its female. in Sanskrit

Bharat in Sanskrit

bhâratî-vat accompanied by the goddess Bhâratî. in Sanskrit

bhâra̮udvaha burden-carrier, porter; -̮upagîvana, n. subsistence by carrying burdens. in Sanskrit

bhárg-a effulgence (V.); ep. of Siva; -as, n. glorious form (V.). in Sanskrit

bhârgav-á (î) derived from, belonging or relating to Bhrigu; belonging to Bhârgava (Sukra); m. descendant of Bhrigu, Parasurâma; pat. of Sukra, teacher of the Daityas; ep. of Siva: î, f. female descendant of Bhrigu; daughter of Bhârgava (Sukra); ep. of Pâ in Sanskrit

bhârgav-îya relating to Bhrigu. in Sanskrit

bhârmya Mudgala. in Sanskrit

bharts-ana threatening; abusing; -ita, pp. n. threat, against (lc.). in Sanskrit

bhâryâ-gita ruled by his wife, hen-pecked; -tva, n. wifehood; -drohin, a. acting maliciously towards his wife; -pati, m. du. man and wife: -tva, n. wedlock; -vat, a. having a wife; -sama, a. equal to a wife. in Sanskrit

bhâs-á lustre, brightness, light; a bird of prey; N.: (a)-ka, a. showing, making evident; m. N. of a poet, -tâ, f. condition of a Bhâsa; -ana, n. shining, glittering; brilliance, distinction. in Sanskrit

bhas-ád buttocks; pudendum muliebre. in Sanskrit

bhâs-in (--°) shining; -ura, a. shining, bright, splendid; distinguished by (--°): -ka, m. N.; N. of a lion: -simha, m. id. in Sanskrit

bhas-ita ashes (C.). in Sanskrit

bhâs-kará [making light], shining, luminous, brilliant; m. sun; N., esp. of a celebrated astronomer (twelfth century a.d.); kind of breach: -nandin, m. son of the sun; -varman, m. N. and ep. of princes; i, m. pat. of the planet Saturn and of the monkeykin in Sanskrit

bhás-man eating, devouring (RV.); n. [that which is devoured by fire], ashes. in Sanskrit

bhás-trâ bag, sack; bellows: i-kâ, f. pouch, purse. in Sanskrit

bhâs-vará shining, radiant, brilliant. in Sanskrit

bhâs-ya becoming manifest or known: -tva, n. manifestation. in Sanskrit

Bhasa's in Sanskrit

bhâsaN-ketu betokened by light. in Sanskrit

bhâsh (--°) barking. in Sanskrit

bhash-á barking (VS.1); -aka, m. dog (C.). in Sanskrit

bhâsh-â speech, talk, language; vernacular tongue (either=spoken Sanskrit of Pânini as opposed to Vedic or Prâkrit as opposed to Sanskrit); description, definition; plaint, charge, or accusation (in law); -kitraka, n. play on words; -gña, a. versed in lan in Sanskrit

bhâsh-aka (--°) talking or chattering about; -ana, n. speaking, talking, chattering; speech; kind words. in Sanskrit

bhâsh-ika relating to the vernacular; n. general rules: â, f. language; -ita, pp. spoken, said; n. speech, utterance, language; -itavya, fp. to be addressed; -itri, a. saying, uttering (ac.; Br.), speaking (--°); -in, a. saying, speaking; loquacious; gnly in Sanskrit

bhâsh-ya speaking, talking; work written in the common or vernacular tongue; extensive commentary explaining a text (esp. a Sûtra) word for word; T. of Patañgali's commentary on the Sûtras of Pânini (otherwise Mahâbhâshya): -kâra, -krit, m. commentator, s in Sanskrit

bhâshi-pakshin talking bird. in Sanskrit

bhasm-ita reduced to ashes, annihilated. in Sanskrit

bhasma-kûta heap of ashes; -krit, a. reducing to ashes (--°); -krita, pp. reduced to ashes; -kaya, m. heap of ashes; -tâ, f. condition of ashes. in Sanskrit

bhasma-puñga heap of ashes; -priya, a. fond of ashes (Siva); -bhûta, pp. reduced to ashes; -râsî-kri, reduce to a heap of ashes; -renu, m. ash-dust; -lalâtikâ, f. forehead mark made with ashes; -sâyin, a. resting on ashes; -suddhi-kara, a. purifying himse in Sanskrit

bhasma-sât as, bhû, gam, or yâ, be reduced to ashes; with kri or nî, reduce to ashes. in Sanskrit

bhâsman-a consisting of ashes, ashy. in Sanskrit

bhasma̮âkhya called ashes= mere ashes. in Sanskrit

bhasma̮alâbu-ka gourd used for keeping ashes; -̮avasesha, a. of whom nothing remains but ashes, reduced to ashes. in Sanskrit

bhasmî - bhâva becoming ashes: -m gam, be reduced to ashes. in Sanskrit

bhat-îya relating to Âryabhata. in Sanskrit

bhata bhrita, hired], mercenary, soldier, warrior; hireling, servant. in Sanskrit

bhâta: -ka hire, wages; rent. in Sanskrit

bhâti wages; earnings of prostitution. in Sanskrit

bhatta bhartri], doctor (designation of great scholars: the real name often being omitted, =e.g. Kumârila); â, f. N. of a sorceress. in Sanskrit

bhâtta follower of Kumârila-bhatta: pl. N. of a people. in Sanskrit

bhatta-vârttika -̮âkârya, m. famous teacher (gnly. designation of Kumârila-bhatta). in Sanskrit

bhattâra bhartri], N. of various men: -ka, m. lord, venerable or worshipful person (used of gods, men of rank, or scholars); kind of Saiva-monk; -matha, m. (conj.) N. of a college; -vâra, m. day of the Lord, Sunday; -̮âyatana, n. house of the Lord, temple in Sanskrit

bhatti Bhattikâvya (by various commentators identified with Bhartrihari): -kâvya, n. the poem of Bhatti (sixth or seventh century a.d.), the main object of which, while describing the deeds of Râma, is to illustrate the forms of Sanskrit grammar. in Sanskrit

bhatto-gi -dîkshita, -bhatta, m. id. in Sanskrit

bhaug-ya dignity of a prince bearing the title of Bhoga. in Sanskrit

bhaugaṅga (î) relating to snakes, snake-like (behaviour). in Sanskrit

bhaum-ika being on the earth, terrestrial; collected on the ground (water). in Sanskrit

bhaurga coming from the birch. in Sanskrit

bhauri-ka treasurer, master of the mint. in Sanskrit

bhauta relating to or meant for living beings (bhûta); possessed by evil spirits, deranged, imbecile; formed of the elements, elemental, material; m. idiot; --°, idiot of a --, fool with regard to (water): -ka, --° a. idiot; -prâya, a. almost imbecile. in Sanskrit

bhauta Thibetan. in Sanskrit

bhauvâdi-ka belonging to the class of roots beginning with bhû (bhû̮âdi), i. e. to the first conjugational class (gr.). in Sanskrit

bhauvaná belonging to the world (V.); m. pat. of Visvakarman. in Sanskrit

bhâv-a becoming, arising, occurring; turning into (--°), transformation into (lc.); being, existence; endurance, continuance; state of being (--°, forming abst. nouns like -tâ and -tva); being or becoming (as the fundamental notion of the verb, sp. of the in Sanskrit

bhav-á birth, production; origin, source; existence, life; worldly existence; world; well-being, prosperity; N. of a god, a companion of Rudra (V.); N. of Siva (E. C.): --°, becoming, turning into; --° a. arising, produced, or found in, coming from. in Sanskrit

bhav-ana dwelling, abode, mansion; palace; temple; horoscope, natal star; coming into existence, production; place where anything grows: -dvâra, n. palacegate. in Sanskrit

bhav-ânî Siva's wife Pârvatî (C.); N.: -pati, -vallabha, -sakha, m. ep. of Siva. in Sanskrit

bhav-anîya that must be or happen: yushmâbhir etad bhavanîyam ka na̮anyathâ, and you must not let this be otherwise. in Sanskrit

bhâv-anîya to be set about; -- indulged in (pain); -- cherished; -- imagined or realized; -- supposed or assumed. in Sanskrit

bhav-ant-î present time. in Sanskrit

bhâv-aya √bhû; -ay-itavya, fp. to be cherished or furthered; -ayitri, m. promoter, patron. in Sanskrit

bhav-i-távya that must be or happen: often n. imps. with the subject in the in. and the predicate agreeing with it; n. inevitable necessity: -tâ, f. condition of what must be, inevitable necessity, fate; -i-tri, a. (trî) about to be, future, imminent: nm. in Sanskrit

bhâv-ika (î) real, actual; full of sentiment, expressive; n. vivid description of something past or future (rh.); language full of emotion. in Sanskrit

bhâv-in being, becoming, wont to be (gnly. --°); future, imminent (often= fut. of √bhû); inevitable; possessed of (--°); manifesting, showing; --°, furthering, blessing; worshipping; m. every vowel except ă̂: -î, f. handsome woman, noble lady. in Sanskrit

bhav-in living being; man. in Sanskrit

bhav-ishya about to be, future; impending, imminent; n. future. in Sanskrit

bhav-ishyant-î first future (gr.). in Sanskrit

bhav-ishyát that is to be, future; n. future, future tense: -kâla, a. relating to a future tense; -tâ, f., -tva, n. futurity; -purâna, n. T. of a Purâna; d-anadyatana, m. not the same day in the future. in Sanskrit

bhâv-ita (√bhû) produced, manifested; cherished; good-humoured; elated, conscious of one's power; pervaded or inspired by, engrossed with (in. or --°); directed towards (lc.); perfumed: -bhâvana, a. furthered and furthering; -buddhi, a. having purified or in Sanskrit

bháv-ya present; future; as it should be, suitable; good, excellent; handsome, beautiful; gracious, favourable; auspicious, fortunate; n. present; existence; future; prosperity: -tâ, f. beauty; -̮âkriti, a. handsome. in Sanskrit

bhâv-ya that must be or happen; future (sts. =fut. of √bhû); to be effected or accomplished; -- felt; -- imagined; -- guessed; -- approved; -- convicted: -- proved or demonstrated; n. imps. one (in.) should or must be; to be understood: -tâ, f., -tva, n. in Sanskrit

bhava+arNava in Sanskrit

bhava-bhaṅga annihilation of mundane existence; -bhâva, m. love of the world; -bhâvana, a. bestowing welfare: â, f. regarding anything as good fortune (--°); -bhîru, a. fearing rebirth; -bhûti, f. fortunate existence; m. N. of a dramatic poet, author of t in Sanskrit

bhava-nanda -nandana, m. son of Siva, pat. of Skanda. in Sanskrit

bhava-nâsinî (destroying mundane existence), ep. of the Sarayû; -nibandha-vinâsin, a. destroying the bonds of worldly existence. in Sanskrit

bhâva-pratidûshita disturbed in mind; polluted by nature (vessel); -bandhana, a. heart-uniting; -bodhaka, a. betraying an emotion; -misra, m. honoured sir (dr.; Pr.). in Sanskrit

bhâva-rûpa really existing; -vakana, a. expressing the abstract verbal notion (activity or state); -vat, a. being in a condition or relation; -vikâra, m. modification of the notion of being or becoming; -vritta, pp. relating to creation; -sabda, m. verb; in Sanskrit

bhavad-anya other than you; -antya, a. having ʻbhavatʼ at the end; -âhâra̮artham, ad. for your food. in Sanskrit

bhavad-îya thine, your (in respectful address). in Sanskrit

bhavad-uttaram with ʻbhavatʼ at the end; -vakana, n. your speech; -vidha, a. one like you (in respectful address). in Sanskrit

bhavad-viraha-nâma mere mention of separation from you. in Sanskrit

bhavan-madhya having ʻbhavatʼ in the middle: -m, ad. with ʻbhavatʼ in the middle. in Sanskrit

bhavana-sikhin domestic peacock; -̮aṅgana, n. court of a palace. in Sanskrit

bhâvat-ka thy, your (in respectful address). in Sanskrit

bhavat-putra your son; -pûrva, a. preceded by ʻbhavatʼ: -m, ad. with ʻbhavatʼ at the beginning. in Sanskrit

bhâva̮âkûta stirring of love; -̮âtmaka, a. having the nature of reality, real; -̮artha, a. having a verbal meaning; -̮ava, a. kind to creatures, tender, compassionate. in Sanskrit

bhava̮antara another existence (past or future): -prâpti-mat, a. obtaining rebirth; -̮abdhi, m. ocean of existence. in Sanskrit

bhava̮atiga having left mundane existence behind. in Sanskrit

bhâva̮udaya rise of an emotion. in Sanskrit

bhâvi-kakravartin future king, crown prince. in Sanskrit

bhâvi-tâ adaptation to (--°). in Sanskrit

bhâvi-tva necessity of being, inevitableness; --°, being; accommodation to. in Sanskrit

bhavishya-purâna Purâna: î-ya, a. belonging to the BhavishyaPurâna. in Sanskrit

bhavishya̮uttara second part of the Bhavishya-Purâna: -purâna, n. id. in Sanskrit

bhâvita̮âtman whose soul is purified or is made the object of meditation; engaged or occupied with (--°). in Sanskrit

bhay-á dread, alarm, fear, anxiety, of (ab., g., --°); sg., pl. terror, danger, peril, distress (from, ab. or --°; to, --°): ab. through fear; -m kri, be afraid of (ab.); -m dâ, give a fright, terrify. in Sanskrit

bhây-aya √bhî. in Sanskrit

bhay-ya one should be afraid of (ab.). in Sanskrit

bhaya-kara terrifying; endangering (g.); -kartri, -krit, m. one who terrifies or endangers; -m-kara, a. (î) fear-inspiring, terrifying, formidable (to, --°); m. N.; -dindima, m. battle-drum; -trâtri, m. rescuer from danger; -da, a. terrifying or bringing in Sanskrit

bhayâna-ka terrible, dreadful. in Sanskrit

bhaya̮apaha releasing from fear, warding off danger from (--°); -̮abâdha, a. undisturbed by fear; -̮ârta, pp. stricken with fear, terrified; -̮âvaha, a. bringing fear or danger to (--°); -̮uttara, a. attended with fear; -̮upasama, m. allaying of danger, f in Sanskrit

bhâ̮ana appearance; perception. in Sanskrit

bhe-ka frog: î, f. female frog: -pati, m. male frog. in Sanskrit

bhe-runda terrible, formidable; m. a kind of bird; kind of beast of prey: -ka, m. kind of animal, fox. in Sanskrit

bhe-tavya one should fear (ab., g.). in Sanskrit

bhe-ya one should be afraid of (ab.). in Sanskrit

bhed-á 1. act. vbl. n. breaking, splitting, cleaving, bursting, piercing, perforating, rending; division, separation; betrayal (of a secret); disturbance, interruption, infringement; sowing dissension, winning over an ally (one of the four Upâyas); leadin in Sanskrit

bhed-ana cleaving, splitting, rending, breaking, piercing; n. 1. act. vbl. n. splitting, slitting, rending, piercing; betrayal (of a secret); sowing of dissensions, creation of discord; 2. ps. vbl. n. breaking, bursting, breach; dissension, discord; -anîy in Sanskrit

bhed-in breaking, cleaving, piercing; putting out (eyes); violating (an agreement etc.); dividing, separating from (ab.); creating discord in or among; interrupting (meditation); -ya, fp. to be split; capable of being pierced; refutable; to be betrayed; c in Sanskrit

bheda-giri mountain. in Sanskrit

bheda-ka breaking, -- into or through, piercing; breaking down the dam of (tanks), diverting (water-courses); destroying (boundary-marks); leading astray (ministers); discriminating, distinguishing; differentiating, determining (meaning); n. adjective; -k in Sanskrit

bheda-vâdin maintainer of the doctrine of dualism (the difference be tween God and the world); -saha, a. capable of seduction, corruptible; -̮abheda-vâdin, m. maintainer of the doctrine both of the difference and the identity of God and the world. in Sanskrit

bherî ĭ) kettle-drum. in Sanskrit

bheshag-á (î) curing, healing (V.); n. medicament, drug, medicine; remedy for (g. or --°); medicinal spells of the Atharvaveda: -kandra, m. N., (á)-tâ, f. healing effect, -̮âgâra, n. apothecary's shop. in Sanskrit

bhet-tavya to be split or broken; -- divulged or betrayed; -trí, m. cleaver, breaker, destroyer, piercer; conqueror; disturber, thwarter; betrayer (of counsel etc.); ep. of Skanda (who cleft Mount Krauñka). in Sanskrit

bhî fear, fright, alarm, dread, of (ac. with prati, ab., lc., --°). in Sanskrit

bhî-kara causing fear, terrifying, with (--°). in Sanskrit

bhî-má fearful, terrible, formidable: °--, ad.; m. ep. of Rudra-Siva; N. of one of the eight forms of Siva; N. of various divine beings and men, esp. of the second son of Pându: â, f. N. of Durgâ and of an Apsaras; N. of various rivers; N. of a locality. in Sanskrit

bhî-ra terrifying. in Sanskrit

bhî-rú (ŭ̂) timid, fearful, cowardly; shy; afraid of (ab., --°): vc. f. often used in address, O timid one! paratra --, dreading the beyond: (u)-ka, a. timorous, cowardly; afraid of (--°); -gana, a. having cowardly followers; -tâ, f., -tva, n. timidity, b in Sanskrit

bhî-sh-ana (â, î) terrifying, formidable to (g. or --°); --°, terrible by, like, at (time); n. terrifying; -sh-aya, cs. of √bhî. in Sanskrit

bhî-sh-má frightful, terrific, dreadful; m. N. of a son of Gaṅgâ and Sâmtanu, grand-uncle of the Pândus, and leader of the Kuru army: -ka, m. contemptible Bhîshma; N. of the father of Rukminî: -̮âtma- gâ, f. pat. of Rukminî; -parvan, n. the Bhîshma sectio in Sanskrit

bhî-ta excessively terrified; -vat, ad. like one terrified. in Sanskrit

bhî-ti fear, alarm, dread, of (ab. or --°); danger: -tas, ad. through fear of (--°); -krit, a. causing fear; -kkhid, a. relieving from danger; -mat, a. timid. in Sanskrit

bhíd (--°) breaking in pieces, cleaving; crushing; piercing; striking, hitting (a mark); destroying; f. wall (RV.1); distinction; species. in Sanskrit

bhid-â bursting, rending, tearing; separation, distinction; difference; species, sort: -bhrit, a. torn, lacerated. in Sanskrit

bhid-ura capable of being cleft; fragile, brittle; destroying (--°); mingling or blending with (--°); -ya, m. rushing river; n. breaking in pieces (--°). in Sanskrit

bhihkha-râga king. in Sanskrit

bhiksh-ana begging, mendicancy; -aN, f. begging, soliciting, mendicancy; begged food, alms: -m kri, beg; -m at, kar, bhram, or yâ, go about begging. in Sanskrit

bhikshâ-ka beggar; -karana, n. begging, mendicancy; -kara, m. N. of a son of Bhoga; -karana, n. mendicancy: -m kar, go about begging; -kárya, n. id.: -m kar, go about begging: â, f. id.; -karya- karana, n. id.; -kâra, a. practising mendicancy; m. beggar; in Sanskrit

bhilla prince of the Bhillas: î, f. female Bhilla. in Sanskrit

bhîlu-ka timorous, cowardly; dreading (--°). in Sanskrit

bhîma-karman doing terrible deeds, of terrific prowess; -khanda, n. T. of a section of the Mahâbhârata and of the Skanda-purâna; -gupta, m. N. of a prince; -gâ, f. daughter of Bhîma, Damayantî; -tâ, f. terribleness; -darsana, a. of terrible aspect; -dhanv in Sanskrit

bhîma̮ogas of terrible might. in Sanskrit

bhin-na √bhid; n. fragment, part; stab: -kari̮indra-kumbha-muktâ-maya, a. (î) consisting of pearls that fell from the cleft frontal protuberances of a lordly elephant. in Sanskrit

bhind-ú destroyer (RV.1); drop (V.). in Sanskrit

bhinna-kâla overstepping the time; -kûta, a. employing different stratagems; -krama, a. having the wrong order, displaced; -ganda-karata, a. whose temples are streaming (elephant); -garbha, a. (having a discordant interior=) suffering from internal dissen in Sanskrit

bhishâya-ka Yaksha: -pura, m. N. of a town. in Sanskrit

bhit-ta fragment, section; partition, wall. in Sanskrit

bhit-tí breaking, splitting; mat made of split cane; wall, partition; panel; --° with parts of the body=vertical surface: -buddhi-kara, a. producing the impression of a wall. in Sanskrit

bhiy-ás fear: only in. & ac. sg. (V.): -e, d.=inf. of √bhî. in Sanskrit

bho-bhavat-pûrva-kam with bhoh and bhavat preceding. in Sanskrit

bhog-á liberal (V.); voluptuous; m. kind of king (Br.); N. of a people (pl.); king of the Bhogas; N., esp. of a king of Mâlvâ, a great patron of letters, who flourished about a.d. 1000. in Sanskrit

bhóg-ana feeding (Siva); n. enjoying, using; eating; meal; food (--°, a. living on, affording as food, serving as the food of); property, possessions (V.); object of enjoyment; pleasure; giving of food, feeding; preparation of food, cookery: -kâla, m. mea in Sanskrit

bhog-anîya edible, eatable; to be fed; to whom enjoyment should be given; n. food. in Sanskrit

bhog-ay-i-tavya to be fed; -ayi-tri, m. one who causes any one to enjoy anything. in Sanskrit

bhog-ika Brâhman; -in, a. (--°) enjoying, eating; exploiting; -ya, fp. to be eaten; eatable; to be enjoyed or used; to be carnally enjoyed; -- experienced or felt; -- fed; n. eatables, provisions, food; eating; enjoyment, advantage (V.): -kâla, m. mealtim in Sanskrit

bhóg-ya to be enjoyed, used, or turned to account; useful, serviceable, profitable; to be exploited (king); to be endured: -tâ, f., -tva, n. serviceableness, profitableness, capability of being exploited. in Sanskrit

bhoga-deva king Bhoga (of Mâlvâ), the reputed author of various works. in Sanskrit

bhoga-kara (î) affording enjoyment; -griha, n. women's apartments, harem; -tva, n. condition of enjoyment etc.; -dattâ, f. N.; -deva, m. N.; -deha, m. body of enjoyment (subtle body assumed by dead persons, with which they enjoy pleasure or pain according in Sanskrit

bhoga-narendra king Bhoga (the poet and patron of letters). in Sanskrit

bhoga-râga king Bhoga. in Sanskrit

bhogana-vritti taking of food, eating (sts. pl.); -velâ, f. meal-time; -vyagra, a. engaged in eating; -̮adhikâra, m. superintendence of the provisions, commissariat; -̮arthin, a. desirous of food, hungry. in Sanskrit

bhoh-sabda the word bhoh. in Sanskrit

bhok-tavya to be enjoyed or eaten; -- used; -- utilized or exploited; -ruled (earth); to be fed; n. imps. one should eat or dine; -tri, m. (f. trî), enjoyer, eater; user, possessor, experiencer (of pleasure or pain); ruler, king: -tva, n. enjoyment; perce in Sanskrit

bhos bhavas, V. vc. of bhavat] used in addressing persons male and female (often several), Sir! oh! ho there! hark! often repeated bho bhoh: in soliloquies= alas! (the final visarga is retained before hard letters only, being dropped before vowels and sof in Sanskrit

bhota Thibet. in Sanskrit

bhrâg-ana causing to shine. in Sanskrit

bhrâg-in shining, glittering; -ishnu, a. shining, radiant, resplendent: -tâ, f. radiance. in Sanskrit

bhram-á roaming about, roving; wandering about in (--°); moving about (the eyes); rotation; whirling flame (RV.); whirlpool; turner's lathe; giddiness; bewilderment, perplexity; mistake, error, delusion: --°, erroneous opinion of=that something is or was: in Sanskrit

bhrâm-a roaming about, unstableness; -aka, a. (ikâ) deceptive, delusive; -ana, n. turning round, waving; giddiness. in Sanskrit

bhram-ana wandering about, roving; roaming over or through (--°); tottering, unsteadiness; rotation, revolution; orbit (of a heavenly body); giddiness; sending round the drum=assembling the people by beat of drum; -anîya, fp. to be wandered over (earth). in Sanskrit

bhram-ara [wandering, hovering], bee: -ka, n. humming-top: -bhrâmam bhramaya, cause to spin like a humming-top; -karanda, m. small box of bees (which are let go at night by thieves to extinguish lights in houses); -bâdhâ, f. molestation by a bee; -vilasit in Sanskrit

bhram-i turning round, revolution; turner's lathe; whirlpool; circular array of troops. in Sanskrit

bhrâm-in confused. in Sanskrit

bhramar-î female bee; N. in Sanskrit

bhrâmar-in subject to giddiness, epileptic. in Sanskrit

bhramar-ita covered with bees. in Sanskrit

bhrâmara relating or belonging to the bee; n. honey; î, f. ep. of Durgâ. in Sanskrit

bhrams-a falling or slipping down or off, fall; decline, decay; destruction, ruin; separation, straying from (--°); loss, disappearance; deprivation of (--°); deviation from, abandonment of (ab. or --°); slip of the tongue due to excitement (dr.); -ana, a in Sanskrit

bhrân-ta √bhram; n. roaming or moving about; mistake, error. in Sanskrit

bhrân-ti wandering about; moving about, driving (of clouds), quivering (of lightning); reeling; rotation, revolution; --°, encircling (the earth); perplexity, confusion; uncertainty, doubt; mistake, error, delusion, erroneousidea or impression: --°, wrong in Sanskrit

bhraNg-as glittering, gleaming; lustre, brilliance. in Sanskrit

bhraNgad-rishti having flashing spears (Maruts). in Sanskrit

bhraNs-ya to be broken off (RV.1). in Sanskrit

bhraNtri-vya brother's son, cousin; hostile cousin, rival, adversary (this meaning almost exclusively V.). in Sanskrit

bhraNtrivya-vat having rivals; -hán, a. (-ghnî) slaying rivals. in Sanskrit

bhrash-ta √bhrams: -̮adhikâra, a. deprived of office, dismissed: -tva, n. loss of office. in Sanskrit

bhrâsh-tra frying-pan: -ka, m. (?) id., -gâ, f. pancake made of ground rice. in Sanskrit

bhrâtr-a brotherhood (V.); -ya, n. id. in Sanskrit

bhrâtri-simha taking the place of a brother; m. brother's representative. in Sanskrit

bhrésh-a tottering, wavering; slipping; failure; loss, deprivation. in Sanskrit

bhri-kuti î) contraction of the brow, frown: -dhara, a. wearing a frown, angry with (lc.). in Sanskrit

bhri-t (--°) bearing; possessing, having, endowed with; bringing, affording; maintaining, supporting. in Sanskrit

bhri-ta borne, supported, etc. (see √bhri); m. hireling, mercenary: -ka, a. hired, paid, receiving wages; m. paid servant or teacher. in Sanskrit

bhri-thá (?) offering (RV.2). in Sanskrit

bhríg-u [bright: √bhrâg], N. of a race of mythical beings closely connected with fire, which they discover, bring to men, and enclose in wood; N. of one of the leading Brâhmanic tribes (pl.); N. of a sage representing this tribe and spoken of as the son o in Sanskrit

bhrigg-ana frying-pan. in Sanskrit

Bhrigu in Sanskrit

bhrim-á [√bhram] error (RV.). in Sanskrit

bhrim-alá torpid (AV.1). in Sanskrit

bhrím-i [turning swiftly: √bhram] quick, active (RV.). in Sanskrit

bhriṅg-âlî flight or swarm of bees. in Sanskrit

bhriṅg-âra (golden) pitcher: -ka, m. id. in Sanskrit

bhriṅg-in Siva. in Sanskrit

bhriṅga [bhram-ga, going deviously: √bhram], large black bee; fork-tailed shrike: -ka, --° a. large black bee; -râga, m. kind of shrike; -rola, m. kind of wasp; -sârtha, m. swarm of bees; -̮adhipa, m. (king of bees=) queen bee. in Sanskrit

bhriṅgâ-ya Â. behave like a bee. in Sanskrit

bhriṅgi-rita Siva; -riti, m. id. in Sanskrit

bhris-a [falling, weighty: √bhras] mighty, powerful; intense (pain); excessive, rigorous (punishment); abundant (food): -m or °--, exceedingly, violently, greatly, in a high degree, very much; without hesitation: -tâ, f. violence; -danda, a. chastising ri in Sanskrit

bhrish-ta √bhragg. in Sanskrit

bhrish-tí point; edge. in Sanskrit

bhrit-tva carrying of (--°). in Sanskrit

bhriti̮anna board and wages. in Sanskrit

bhritya-parama̮anu meanest atom of a servant=most humble servant; -bhâva, m. condition of a servant; -vritti, f. maintenance of servants. in Sanskrit

bhrityâ-ya Â. behave like a servant. in Sanskrit

bhrû brow, eyebrow (--° a., m. ŭ̂, n. u): -ka, --° a. id.; -kutî, f. contraction of the brows, frown (-m kri or bandh, knit the eyebrows): -mukha, n. frowning face; a. having a frowning face; -kshepa, m.: -na, n. contraction of the brows, frown; -kâpa̮âkr in Sanskrit

bhrû-bhaṅga contraction of the brows, frown; -bheda, m. id.; -bhedin, a. attended with frowns; -latâ, f. brow-creeper, eyebrow; -vikâra, m., -vikshepa, m. contraction of the brows, frown; -vikeshtita, (pp.) n., -vibheda, m. id.; -vilâsa, m. play of the ey in Sanskrit

bhru-kuti contraction of the brow, frown: î, f. id.; (i)-bandha, m., (i)-rakanâ, f. knitting of the brows; (î)-krit, a. contracting the brow, frowning; (î)-mukha, n. frowning face; a. having a frowning face. in Sanskrit

bhrûná embryo: -ghna, a. slaying an embryo; m. destroyer of an embryo, producer of abortion; -bhid, a. id., -vadha, m., -hati, f., -hatyaN, f. killing of an embryo, causing of abortion; -han, a. slaying an embryo; killing a learned Brâhman (comm.); m. cau in Sanskrit

bhû - kampa earthquake; -kâsyapa, m. king; -kshîra-vâtikâ, f. N. of a locality; -gata, pp. existing or living on earth; -griha, n. underground chamber, cellar; -geha, n. id.; -gola, m. terrestrial globe; -kara, a. moving on or inhabiting the earth; m. inh in Sanskrit

bhu --°=bhû, becoming, arising. in Sanskrit

bhû-dhra [=-dhara] mountain; -nandana, m. N. of a prince; -nâyaka, m. leader of the earth, king; -pa, m. protector of the earth or of the land, prince, king: -tâ, f. royal dignity; (bhuN)-pati, m. lord of beings, ep. of Rudra; lord of earth, prince, king; in Sanskrit

bhû-dina civil day; -divasa, m. id.; -deva, m. god on earth, Brâhman; N.; -dhara, a. supporting the earth; m. mountain: -ga, m. (mountain-born), tree, -tâ, f. habit of sustaining the earth, -̮îsvara, m. lord of mountains, ep. of the Himavat. in Sanskrit

bhû-loka an Indra on earth; -valaya, m. n. circle of the earth; -vallabha, m. lord or husband of the earth, king; -saya, a. resting or dwelling on the earth; living in the earth; m. animal living in the ground; -sayyâ, f. couch on the bare earth. in Sanskrit

bhû-ruh (springing from the earth), plant, tree; -ruha, m. id. in Sanskrit

bhû-shnu growing; desiring prosperity. in Sanskrit

bhû-suta son of the earth, planet Mars; -sura, m. god on earth, Brâhman; -strina, m. kind of fragrant grass (Andropogon Schoenanthus); -stha, a. living on the earth; -svargâ-ya, den. Â. be a heaven on earth. in Sanskrit

bhû-tá become, having been, past; actually happened; existing, present; being (compounded with a predicate, especially a substantive, to form adjectives; adverbs are thus turned into the corresponding adjectives); mixed or joined with (--°); purified; m. in Sanskrit

bhû-tala surface of the earth, ground, earth. in Sanskrit

bhû-ya becoming, being (--°). in Sanskrit

bhug-a arm; trunk (of an elephant); branch; curve, coil (of a serpent): bhugayor antaram, n. space between the arms, chest. in Sanskrit

bhug-í 1. embrace; 2. granting of enjoyment; favour; patron. in Sanskrit

bhug-ishyã bestowing food (V.); m. servant, slave (C.): â, f. handmaid, maidservant. in Sanskrit

bhug-mán abounding in valleys, fruitful (RV.); -yú, a. (V.) easily guided (car); m. N. of a protégé of the Asvins; f. adder (?). in Sanskrit

bhug-na √1. bhug. in Sanskrit

bhugâ-bhug-i arm to arm= hand to hand (fight); -mûla, n. shoulder; -latâ, f. long slender arm. in Sanskrit

bhuga-ga (moving in curves), snake, serpent: (-tva, n. condition of a serpent): î, f. female serpent; (a)-pati, m. prince of serpents; -râga, m. king of serpents, ep. of Sesha: â-ya, den. Â. become the king of serpents; -valaya, m. n. bracelet consisting in Sanskrit

bhuga-kkhâyâ shadow of the arms, secure shelter; -taru-vana, n. a forest the trees of which are arms (=the ten arms of Siva); -danda, m. long arm; -bandhana, n. clasp of the arms, embrace; -madhya, n. interval between the arms, breast; -mûla, n. shoulder; in Sanskrit

bhugam-ga (moving in curves), snake, serpent; paramour, gallant; dissolute friend of a prince; constant companion of a prince; N.: î, f. female serpent; a-kanyâ, f. young female serpent; -prayâta, n. serpent's gait; a metre; -bhogin, m. devourer of serpen in Sanskrit

bhugam - gama (moving in curves), serpent, snake: â, f. female snake; a̮indra, m. lord of serpents; -̮îsa, m. id., ep. of Piṅgala. in Sanskrit

bhuga̮agra tip of the arm, hand; -̮âghâta, m. blow with the arm; -̮aṅka, m. embrace; -̮antara, n. space between the arms, chest; -̮antarâla, n. id. in Sanskrit

bhuga̮upapîdam clasping with the arms. in Sanskrit

bhuhkhâra Bokhara. in Sanskrit

bhûhkhâra coming from Bokhara (horses). in Sanskrit

bhuk-ta (√bhug) eaten, etc.; n. eating; what is eaten, food; --° a. having as one's food, subsisting on: -pîta, pp. having eaten and drunk; -bhoga, a. the use of which has been enjoyed, employed, utilized; -mâtra, a. just eaten: lc. immediately after eati in Sanskrit

bhuk-ti eating, enjoyment; fruition, possession; food: -pâtra, n. dish for food; -vargita, pp. that cannot be eaten (food). in Sanskrit

bhukta̮ukkhishta remnant of a meal; -̮urvarita, pp. remaining after a meal. in Sanskrit

bhûmi - kshaya loss of territory; -gata, pp. fallen on the ground; -garta, m. hole in the ground; -griha, n. underground chamber, cellar; -kala, m.: -na, n. earthquake; -ga, a. produced from the earth; m. planet Mars; -gâta, pp. produced or formed on the in Sanskrit

bhûmî-bhrit supporter of earth, mountain; -ruh, -ruha, m. plant, tree; -sayya, a. sleeping on the ground; i̮îsvara, m. lord of earth, king (--°). in Sanskrit

bhûmi-kâ earth, ground, soil; tablet for writing (--°); spot, place, for (--°); storey, floor; stage, degree; part or character (of an actor); preface, introduction. in Sanskrit

bhûmi-kandalî earthquake. in Sanskrit

bhûmi̮anantara immediately adjacent to one's country; m. prince of the adjacent country; -̮ekadesa, m. one portion of territory. in Sanskrit

bhûmi̮ikkhâ desire to lie down on the ground. in Sanskrit

bhuN (--°) becoming, arising, proceeding or produced from; being, existing; f. place of being, space (pl. spaces, worlds: V.); earth; ground; floor; land, landed property; earth (as a substance); place, spot; subject (of dispute etc.): lc. on earth; on th in Sanskrit

bhuN-mi (sts. î) earth; ground, soil (sts. pl.), for (g.); territory, country, land, district; earth (as a substance); spot, site, place; storey, floor; position, office; part (of an actor); stage (in Yoga); degree, extent; --°, object of (love, confidenc in Sanskrit

bhuN-ri [having existent wealth: rai] abundant, copious; great, much; frequent, numerous; vast, mighty; ad. abundantly, much, greatly, frequently; m. ep. of Vishnu and Indra; N. in Sanskrit

bhuN-ti (or -tí) being, ability, fitness, power; well-being, prosperity, wealth, fortune; decoration; ashes. in Sanskrit

bhuN-y-ishtha most, most abundant or numerous; most important, chief, principal; very great, large, much, or numerous; --°, mostly composed or consisting of; highly characterized by, filled with; --° after a pp. mostly, almost (a N. belonging to the pp. c in Sanskrit

bhuN-yas (becoming in a greater degree), more, more numerous or abundant, than (ab.); more important, worth more (ab.); larger, greater, mightier, than (ab.); numerous, much, many; very great, violent; rich or abounding in (in. or --°): n. ad. more; most; in Sanskrit

bhuñgâpaya P. feed (v. l.). in Sanskrit

bhuNmî bhuNmi. in Sanskrit

bhuNr bhû, O earth], one of the three vyâhritis in the formula bhuNr bhúvah svãh, where it is taken to mean earth; when fourteen earths are assumed it is the first of the ascending series of seven. in Sanskrit

bhuNr-ni excited, impetuous, wild; angry; active [√bhur]. in Sanskrit

bhur-ana active (RV.). in Sanskrit

bhûr-loka world of earth. in Sanskrit

bhuran-yá P. (RV.) be restless or active; agitate (liquid). in Sanskrit

bhuran-yu quivering, restless; active. in Sanskrit

bhûrga birch (Betula Bhojpatra), the bark of which is used as a writing material; leaf made of birch-bark for writing on; document: -kanta-ka, m. kind of mixed caste; -druma, m. birch tree. in Sanskrit

bhûri-kâlam for a long time; -kritrima-mânikya-maya, a. consisting of many spurious rubies; -gadgadam, a. with much stammering; -guna, a. multiplying greatly; (bhuNri)-ganman, a. having many births; -tâ, f. multiplicity, multitude; -tegas, a. having great in Sanskrit

bhûri̮akshá many-eyed (RV.1). in Sanskrit

bhûsh-â ornament: -petî, f. jewelcase. in Sanskrit

bhûsh-ana (î) adorning (--°); n. ornament, decoration; --° a. adorned with: -tâ, f. state of an ornament; -petikâ, f. jewel-casket. in Sanskrit

bhûsh-ay-i-tavya to be adorned. in Sanskrit

bhûsh-in adorned with (--°). in Sanskrit

bhûsh-ya to be adorned. in Sanskrit

bhûshâ-ya Â. serve as an ornament. in Sanskrit

bhûta-karana that which produces the past tense, augment; -kartri, m. creator of beings; -kâla, m. past time; -kâlika, a. relating to the past; -krít, a. creating beings; m. creator of beings; -ketu, m. N. of a Vetâla; -gana, m. the host of created beings in Sanskrit

bhûta̮âtma-ka having the nature of or composed of the elements; -̮âtman, m. soul of living beings, ep. of Brahman and of Vishnu; individual soul; a. whose soul is purified; m. body (whose nature is the elements); -̮âdi, m. the first of all beings, ep. of in Sanskrit

bhûta̮igya making offerings to spirits; -̮îsa, m. lord of creatures, ep. of Brahman, Vishnu, and the Sun; lord of evil spirits, ep. of Siva; -̮îsvara, m. id.; -̮odana, m. dish of rice eaten to keep off evil spirits; -̮unmâda, m. mental aberration due to e in Sanskrit

bhûti-karman rite for welfare (such as domestic ceremonies at birth etc.); -kalasa, m. N.; (bhuNti)-kâma, a. desirous of prosperity or wealth; -kâla, m. hour of prosperity, auspicious time; -krit, a. causing prosperity (Siva); -kritya, n. auspicious rite in Sanskrit

bhûti̮artham for the sake of prosperity. in Sanskrit

bhutta city of Bhutta, -̮îsvara, m. N. of a temple erected by Bhutta. in Sanskrit

bhúv-ana being, creature, existing thing (V.); world, earth (three worlds, and sts. seven or fourteen are assumed); kingdom (fourteen are spoken of as existing on earth); place of existence, abode (V.): -kosa, m. sphere of the world, globe; -kandra, m. N. in Sanskrit

bhuvana̮andaka mundane egg; -̮adbhuta, a. astonishing the world; -̮abhyudaya, m. T. of a poem; -̮îsvara, m. lord of the world or earth, king; ep. of Siva: î, f. ep. of various goddesses; -̮okas, m. dweller in heaven, celestial, god. in Sanskrit

bhuvi-shtha standing on the ground (not on a car); dwelling on earth (not in heaven); -spris, a. touching the ground. in Sanskrit

bhûya-sas mostly, as a rule; again, anew. in Sanskrit

bhûyah-palâyana repeated flight. in Sanskrit

bhûyah-samnivritti return. in Sanskrit

bhûyas-taram in a higher degree than (ab.). in Sanskrit

bhûyas-tva preponderance; increase; multitude, abundance, plentifulness; great extent. in Sanskrit

bhûyo-guna doubled; having many virtues; -(a)nâgamana, n. non-return; -bhartri-samgama, m. re-union with a husband; -mâtra, n. greatest part of (g.); -vidya, a. knowing more, more learned. in Sanskrit

bi-bhaksh-ay-i-shâ desire to eat; -shu, des. a. wishing to eat, hungry. in Sanskrit

bi-bhan-i-shu wishing to speak. in Sanskrit

bî-bhat-sa [des. √bâdh] loathsome, disgusting, revolting; w. rasa, m. sentiment of disgust (in poetry): -tâ, f. loathsomeness; -sú, des. a. (f. id.) feeling disgust or repugnance; coy; m. ep. of Arguna. in Sanskrit

bi-bhed-ay-i-shu wishing to set at variance. in Sanskrit

bi-bhit-sâ desire to pierce, break through, or destroy (ac. or g.); -su, des. a. wishing to break through or rout. in Sanskrit

bibboka haughty indifference; amorous gesture. in Sanskrit

bicycle in Sanskrit

bidâla cat: -ka, m. id., i-kâ, f. kitten, cat; -pada, m.: -ka, n. a certain measure of weight (=a karsha or 16 mâshas); -putra, m. N.; -banig, m. cat-dealer, nickname of a man; -̮aksha, a. (î) cateyed; m. N. of a Râkshasa. in Sanskrit

bidala vidala: -samhita, pp. composed of halves. in Sanskrit

big in Sanskrit

big large in Sanskrit

big-bodied in Sanskrit

bîg-in seed-bearing (plant); being of the seed or blood of (--°); m. owner or giver of seed, actual begetter (opp. nominal father or husband). in Sanskrit

bîga seed (of plants and animals); seed-corn, grain; runner of the Indian fig-tree; germ, element; source, origin, beginning; germ of a poem or play (from which the plot is developed); algebra; quicksilver: --° a. caused or occasioned by: -ka, m. citron; in Sanskrit

bîga̮akshara initial syllable of a mantra or spell; -̮aṅkura, m. seed-sprout: du. seed and sprout: -nyâya, m. principle of seed and sprout (each of which is in turn the cause of the other)=relation of mutual causation; -̮âdhya, m. (abounding in seeds), ci in Sanskrit

bíl-a cave; cavity, hole, burrow; aperture, opening; mouth (of a vessel, spoon, etc.); m. Indra's horse Ukkaihsravas: -yoni, a. of the breed of Bila (horse); -vâsa, a. dwelling in holes; m. animal living in holes; -vâsin, a., m. id.; -saya, -sâyin, a., m. in Sanskrit

bíl-ma chip (RV.1). in Sanskrit

bile-saya lurking in holes; m. animal living in holes. in Sanskrit

bilvã Bilva fruit; a certain weight (=1 pala): (a)-danda, a. having a staff of Bilva wood; -dandin, a. id.; -pattra-maya, a. consisting of Bilva leaves; -mâtra, n. weight of a Bilva fruit; a. of the size of a Bilva fruit; having the weight of a Bilva frui in Sanskrit

bimb-a disc of the sun or moon; sphere, orb, disc, esp. of any rounded part of the body (hips, buttocks); mirror; image, reflexion; object compared (in comparisons: opp. prati-bimba, that with which it is compared); m. lizard, chameleon; N.; n. fruit of a in Sanskrit

bimb-ita reflected. in Sanskrit

bimba-prati-bimba-tâ condition of an object of comparison and that with which it is compared; -tva, n., -bhâva, m. id.; -phala, n. the Bimba fruit: -̮adharoshtha, a. (î) having lips red like the Bimba fruit; -̮adhara, m. nether lip red like the Bimba frui in Sanskrit

bimbâ̮îsvara Bimbâ; -̮oshtha, m. lip like the Bimba fruit; a. having lips like the Bimba fruit. in Sanskrit

bind in Sanskrit

bind-ú drop; globule; dot, spot; mark of the anusvâra (supposed to be of great mystical import and connected with Siva); zero or cypher; dot made above a letter to cancel an erasure; apparently insignificant incident the effects of which spread like a dro in Sanskrit

bindi in Sanskrit

binding of the material world or relatives in Sanskrit

binds in Sanskrit

bindu-mat having bubbles or clots; m. N. of a son of Marîki: -î, f. kind of verses; N.; -rekhâ, f. line of dots; -saras, n. N. of a sacred lake; -sâra, m. N. of a prince, son of Kandra-gupta. in Sanskrit

Biological Fire humour. Used in Ayurvedic Medical Typology in Sanskrit

biology in Sanskrit

bird in Sanskrit

bird (literally the sky-goer in Sanskrit

birth in Sanskrit

birth and death in Sanskrit

birthdeath+ocean in Sanskrit

births in Sanskrit

bis-in-î lotus (nelumbium speciosum: the whole plant): -pattra, n. lotus leaf. in Sanskrit

bísa root or underground stalk of the lotus: kisalaya-kkheda-pâtheya-vat, a. having as provisions for the journey pieces of young root-fibres of the lotus; -granthi, m. knot on a root-fibre of the lotus; -tantu, m. fibre of the lotus root: -maya, a. made in Sanskrit

bite in Sanskrit

black as the'durvA' petal in Sanskrit

blade in Sanskrit

Blank in Sanskrit

blaspheming in Sanskrit

blazing in Sanskrit

blazing fire in Sanskrit

bleshka strangling noose. in Sanskrit

Blessing in Sanskrit

blew in Sanskrit

blind from lust in Sanskrit

bliss consciousness in Sanskrit

Blissful tone in Sanskrit

blood in Sanskrit

bloody in Sanskrit

blooming in Sanskrit

blossom (bakula tree blossom in Sanskrit

blot in Sanskrit

blouse in Sanskrit

blow in Sanskrit

blowing in Sanskrit

blowing everywhere in Sanskrit

blue lotus in Sanskrit

boar in Sanskrit

bod-dhavya to be attended to; to be noticed, observed, considered, understood, comprehended, or known; -- recognised; -- enlightened or instructed; -- informed; n. imps. one should watch or be awake; -dhri, m. one who perceives or comprehends; one who kno in Sanskrit

bodh-á understanding, knowing; m. awaking (int.); waking state, consciousness; expanding, blooming (of flowers); calling forth (a perfume); beginning to take effect (of a spell); apprehension, knowledge, understanding; designation; N.; -aka, a. (ikâ) awak in Sanskrit

bodh-ay-i-tavya to be informed of (ac.); -ay-i-trí, m. awakener, teacher; -ayishnu, a. intending to waken (tr.). in Sanskrit

bodh-ya to be understood, regarded, or recognised as (nm.); -- made known; -- instructed or brought to one's senses; n. imps. one should understand. in Sanskrit

bodha-maya consisting of pure knowledge. in Sanskrit

bodhi-manda (?) seat of knowledge, which is said to have risen from the earth in the shadow of the tree under which Buddha obtained perfect enlightenment; -mandala, n. place where Buddha obtained complete enlightenment; -sattva, m. (whose nature is knowle in Sanskrit

bodies in Sanskrit

bodily hairs standing on end in Sanskrit

body in Sanskrit

body (masc in Sanskrit

body + the beginning in Sanskrit

body or sheath in Sanskrit

body parts in Sanskrit

boiling point in Sanskrit

bomb in Sanskrit

bondage in Sanskrit

bondage by work in Sanskrit

bondage of reaction in Sanskrit

bonds in Sanskrit

boons in Sanskrit

Born in Sanskrit

born of in Sanskrit

born of a lower family in Sanskrit

born of desire or lust in Sanskrit

born of his own nature in Sanskrit

born of ignorance in Sanskrit

born of Me in Sanskrit

born of the modes of material nature in Sanskrit

born of the satisfaction in Sanskrit

born of work in Sanskrit

born of your own nature in Sanskrit

born simultaneously in Sanskrit

botany in Sanskrit

both in Sanskrit

both evening morning in Sanskrit

both profit and loss in Sanskrit

both victory and defeat in Sanskrit

bottle in Sanskrit

bound in Sanskrit

boundary in Sanskrit

bounded by ocean in Sanskrit

bow in Sanskrit

bow+I in Sanskrit

bowed down in Sanskrit

boy in Sanskrit

boyhood in Sanskrit

bradh-ná ruddy; m. sun; N.; n. lead: -bimba, n. disc of the sun; -mandala, n. id.; (á)-loka, m. world of the sun (AV.). in Sanskrit

brah-ma priest (only --° with asura-); n. metrical for brahman, the Absolute: -ka, --° a.=brahman, m. the god Brahman; -kara, m. tribute paid to Brâhmans; -karman, n. function of a Brâhman; office of the Brahman priest; -karma-samâdhi, a. intent on Brahma in Sanskrit

brahm-in relating to Brahman. in Sanskrit

bráhm-ishtha Brahman of the highest degree; very learned or pious Brâhman; N. of a prince; -îyas, (cpv.) m. more worthy or learned Brâhman. in Sanskrit

brâhm-ya relating to Brahman or the Brâhmans: -tîrtha, n. a part of the hand. in Sanskrit

Brahma in Sanskrit

brâhmá (î) relating to Brahman; belonging, peculiar, or favourable to or consisting of Brâhmans, Brâhmanical; bestowed on Brâhmans (money); prescribed by the Veda, scriptural; spiritual (birth); sacred, divine; sacred to Brahman: with tîrtha, n. part of t in Sanskrit

brahmA and asmi: Brahma and am in Sanskrit

brahma-loká world or heaven of Brahman (sts. pl.); -laukika, a. inhabiting the world of Brahman; -vaktri, m. expounder of the Vedas; -vat, ad. in accordance with or like the Veda; -vadya, n. recitation of Vedic texts; -vadha, m. murder of a Brâhman; -vadh in Sanskrit

brahma-nirvâna extinction or absorption in Brahman (n.); -nishtha, a. absorbed in the contemplation of Brahman (n.); -nîda, n. resting-place of Brahman (n.); -pattra, n. Brahman's leaf=leaf of the Palâsa tree (Butea frondosa); -patha, m. path to Brahman ( in Sanskrit

brahma-tâ nature of the absolute deity; -tegas, n. glory or power of Brahman; a. having the glory or power of Brahman; -tego-maya, a. formed of Brahman's glory; -tva, n. office of the Brahman priest; rank of a Brâhman; position of Brahman; -da, a. giving in Sanskrit

brahmâ-ya Â. become Brahman. in Sanskrit

brahmaa in Sanskrit

bráhman-vat (or -vát) accompanied by prayer, devout; practising a holy work and having a Brâhman; accompanied by or representing the priesthood; containing the word Brahman. in Sanskrit

Brahman.h in Sanskrit

brâhmana-sva property of Brâhmans; -svara, m. accent usual in a Brâhmana. in Sanskrit

brahmanas in Sanskrit

brâhmanaspatyá sacred to Brahmanaspati. in Sanskrit

brâhmanât-sams-ín (reciting after the Brâhmana), priest who assists the Brahman at the Soma sacrifice; -îya, n., -îyâ, f. office of the Brâhmanâkkhamsin; -yã, a. relating to the Brâhmanâkkhamsin priest; n. office of the Brâhmanâkkhamsin. in Sanskrit

brâhmana̮atikrama disrespect towards Brâhmans; -̮abhyupapatti, f. protection of or kindness to a Brâhman. in Sanskrit

brâhmana̮ukta prescribed in a Brâhmana. in Sanskrit

brahmânî wife or female energy of Brahman, ep. of Durgâ. in Sanskrit

Brahmasamaj in Sanskrit

brahma̮akshara the sacred syllable ʻom:ʼ -maya, a. consisting of sacred syllables; -̮añgali, m. folding of the hands for Vedic study: -krita, pp. folding the hands for Vedic study. in Sanskrit

brahma̮anda egg of Brahman, universe, world (sts. pl.): -kapâla, m. hemisphere of the world=inhabited earth; -̮âdya, 1. fp. eatable for Brâhmans; 2. a. beginning with Brahman; -̮adhigamika, a. relating to Vedic study; -̮ânanda, m. rapturous joy in Brahman in Sanskrit

brahma̮âyus Brahman's lifetime; a. living as long as Brahman; m. N. of a Brâhman; -̮aranya, n. N. of a forest; -̮ârambha, m. beginning of Vedic recitation; -̮arpana, n. offering of sacred knowledge; -̮âvarta, m. N. of the sacred tract between the Sarasvat in Sanskrit

brahma̮rishi priestly or Brâhman sage (term applied to ancient sages such as Vasishtha and others): -desa, m. country of the Brahmarshis (a tract comprising the Doab from near Delhi to Mathurâ). in Sanskrit

brahma̮uggha having abandoned Vedic study: -tâ, f. forgetting the Veda; -̮uttara, m. pl. N. of a people (consisting chiefly of Brâhmans); n. T. of a section of the Skanda-purâna (treating chiefly of Brahman); -̮udumbara, n. (?) N. of a place of pilgrimage in Sanskrit

brahme-saya resting in Brahman. in Sanskrit

brâhmî brâhma), female energy of Brahman; goddess of speech, Sarasvatî (Brahman's wife); speech; narrative; wife espoused according to the Brâhma form; N. of various plants; N. of a river: -putra, m. son of a woman married according to the Brâhma rite. in Sanskrit

brahmin in Sanskrit

Brahmins in Sanskrit

branch in Sanskrit

branches in Sanskrit

braNhman-ya suitable for Brâhmans; n. Brâhmanhood, priestly character; dignity of a Brâhman; company of Brâhmans. in Sanskrit

breach of duty in Sanskrit

break in Sanskrit

break by cutting in Sanskrit

breaking through in Sanskrit

breasts in Sanskrit

breasts that are in Sanskrit

breathe in Sanskrit

breathing in Sanskrit

breeze in Sanskrit

Brhaspati in Sanskrit

bribe in Sanskrit

brick in Sanskrit

bridging in Sanskrit

briga-la piece, morsel (only --°). in Sanskrit

Bright side of the lunar month in Sanskrit

brih-át (-î) lofty, long, tall; vast, abundant, extensive; much; strong, mighty; big, large, great (fig. in all mgs.); full-grown, old; far-extending, bright (light); high, loud, clear (sound); ad. widely, on high; firmly, compactly; brightly; aloud; migh in Sanskrit

brihad-aṅga large-bodied; -asva, m. (having many horses), N. of the sage who relates the story of Nala to Yudhishthira; -âranyaka, n. title of an Upanishad forming the last six sections of the last book of the Satapatha-brâhmana: -̮upanishad, f. the Briha in Sanskrit

brihád-uktha far-praised; m. a certain Agni; N.; (-ád)-diva, a. belonging to high heaven, heavenly; m. N. of a son of Atharvan and composer of RV. X, 120; the hymn composed by Brihaddiva; -devatâ, f. Index of the many gods (of the RV.), title of an Anukra in Sanskrit

brihak-kânakya the great collection of aphorisms by Kânakya; (-ák)- khandas, a. having a high roof; (-ák)-kharîra, a. having a large body, tall; -khuka, m. kind of woodpecker; -khoka, a. greatly afflicted; -khravas, a. loud-sounding; far-famed; -khloka, a in Sanskrit

brihan-nala tall reed; m. or â, f. N. assumed by Arguna when he entered into the service of Virâta as an hermaphrodite; -manu, m. the large (=detailed) Manu. in Sanskrit

bríhas-páti Lord of devotion, N. of a god (the outcome of theological speculation) in whom piety towards the gods is personified; in C. he is accounted the god of wisdom and eloquence (to whom various works are ascribed); the planet Jupiter; N. in Sanskrit

brihas-pati-mat accompanied by Brihaspati; -vat, a. id. in Sanskrit

Brihaspadi may give us in Sanskrit

brihat-kathâ the Great History, T. of a collection of tales ascribed to Gunâdhya and the source from which Somadeva is supposed to have abridged his Kathâsaritsâgara; T. of a work ascribed to Kshemendra; -kapola, a. fat-cheeked; -karman, m. N.; -kîrti, a. in Sanskrit

brilliance in Sanskrit

brilliant like sun in Sanskrit

brimh-ana fattening, nourishing; n. fattening, invigorating: -tva, n. quality of strengthening; -an-îya, a. fattening, nourishing; -ayitavya, fp. to be strengthened; -ita, pp. n. trumpeting of an elephant; roar of a lion. in Sanskrit

bringing together in Sanskrit

brinjal in Sanskrit

brisî roll of twisted grass, pad, cushion. in Sanskrit

bronze in Sanskrit

broom in Sanskrit

brother in Sanskrit

brothers in Sanskrit

brothers-in-law in Sanskrit

brow in Sanskrit

bruv-at P. √brû; -âna, id. Â. in Sanskrit

bruva (--°) calling oneself --, merely nominal. in Sanskrit

bu-bhû-sha-ka desiring the welfare of (g. or --°); -shâ, des. f. wish to be or live; -shu, des. a. desiring power; wishing any one's welfare. in Sanskrit

bu-bhuk-shâ wish to enjoy (--°); desire to eat, appetite, hunger: -̮apanayana, m. remedy of hunger, food; -sh-ita, pp. hungry, famishing; -shu, des. a. hungry; wishing for worldly enjoyment (opp. desiring final liberation). in Sanskrit

bu-bhûr-shâ desire to support any one (g.); -shu, des. a. wishing to support any one (--°). in Sanskrit

bu-bhut-sâ desire to know (ac. or --°); -s-ita, (pp.) n. desire of knowing or knowledge; -su, des. a. wishing to know (--°); inquisitive; desiring to know everything (ep. of the gods). in Sanskrit

bu-bodhay-ishu wishing to inform or bring to one's senses (ac.). in Sanskrit

bubbles in Sanskrit

bucket in Sanskrit

Bud in Sanskrit

bud-bud-a bubble (emblem of perishableness). in Sanskrit

bud-dha (√budh) awakened, fully awake; expanded (flower); enlightened, wise; known, observed; m. enlightened person who is qualified by good works and knowledge of the truth for Nirvâna and reveals the true doctrine of salvation to the world before his de in Sanskrit

bud-dhi intelligence, understanding, reason, intellect, mind; discernment, judgment; presence of mind, ready wit; perception; comprehension; opinion, view; belief, conviction; supposition; thought, about (lc.); feelings of (--°, e.g. pity); correct or rea in Sanskrit

buddha̮upâsaka worshipper of Buddha. in Sanskrit

buddhi-krit producing the impression of (--°); -krita, pp. wisely acted; -kintaka, a. thinking wisely; -gîvin, a. subsisting by intelligence; -tattva, n. the tattva of intellect (produced from Prakriti and Purusha); -pûrva, a. premeditated, intentional: - in Sanskrit

buddhi̮indriya organ of perception: pl. the five organs of hearing, sight, touch, taste, and smell. in Sanskrit

budh-âná awaking, rousing; being heeded. in Sanskrit

budh-ná bottom, depth, lowest part; bottom of a vessel; foot of a tree; root. in Sanskrit

budhakaushikaH in Sanskrit

budhn-yã coming from or belonging to the depths: nearly always in RV. with áhi, m. dragon of the deep (dwelling in the depths of the atmosphere or on the firmament); in E. Ahirbudhnya is an epithet of Siva or the N. of a Rudra. in Sanskrit

build in Sanskrit

building in Sanskrit

bukkâ heart. in Sanskrit

bulbul-tarang in Sanskrit

bull in Sanskrit

bundá arrow (RV.). in Sanskrit

burden in Sanskrit

bureaucracy in Sanskrit

burn in Sanskrit

burned in Sanskrit

burning in Sanskrit

buruda maker of baskets or mats. in Sanskrit

busá vapour, mist (RV.); refuse; chaff. in Sanskrit

business in Sanskrit

but in Sanskrit

butcher in Sanskrit

butter in Sanskrit

butterfly in Sanskrit

button in Sanskrit

by all in Sanskrit

by another in Sanskrit

by approaching a spiritual master in Sanskrit

by appropriate means in Sanskrit

by Arjuna in Sanskrit

by association in Sanskrit

by association with fruitive activity in Sanskrit

by begging in Sanskrit

by carrying in Sanskrit

by chance in Sanskrit

by changing also in Sanskrit

by charity in Sanskrit

by comparison in Sanskrit

by complete absorption in Sanskrit

by concentration in Brahman in Sanskrit

by conquering in Sanskrit

by consciousness in Sanskrit

by contact with the material senses in Sanskrit

by cultivation of knowledge in Sanskrit

by desires in Sanskrit

by detachment in Sanskrit

by determination in Sanskrit

by devotional service in Sanskrit

by discharge of duty in Sanskrit

by disciplic succession in Sanskrit

by dust in Sanskrit

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by false ego in Sanskrit

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by Grandfather Bhishma in Sanskrit

by healthy persons (ie in Sanskrit

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by his own duties in Sanskrit

by honouring alone in Sanskrit

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by intelligence in Sanskrit

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by killing in Sanskrit

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by means of Sankhya philosophy in Sanskrit

by meditation in Sanskrit

by men in Sanskrit

by miseries in Sanskrit

by My energy in Sanskrit

by My internal energy in Sanskrit

by My internal potency in Sanskrit

by My mercy in Sanskrit

by nature in Sanskrit

by negative restrictions in Sanskrit

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by one in Sanskrit

by one who has become free from in Sanskrit

by one with desires for fruitive results in Sanskrit

by one without desire for fruitive result in Sanskrit

by others in Sanskrit

by performance of yoga in Sanskrit

by pious activities in Sanskrit

by pouring water etc. on the idol in Sanskrit

by practice in Sanskrit

by previous arrangement in Sanskrit

by renunciation in Sanskrit

by rigid practice in Sanskrit

by sacrifice in Sanskrit

by serious penances in Sanskrit

by sin in Sanskrit

by smoke in Sanskrit

by somebody in Sanskrit

by steadying in Sanskrit

by study of the Vedas in Sanskrit

by submissive inquiries in Sanskrit

by such faults in Sanskrit

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by that in Sanskrit

by that time in Sanskrit

by the ace scholar Shankara in Sanskrit

by the active sense organs in Sanskrit

by the aphorisms in Sanskrit

by the boat of transcendental knowledge in Sanskrit

by the bouquet consisting of 12 flowers (12 in Sanskrit

by the demon mahishasura in Sanskrit

by the divine 'nAmAs' in Sanskrit

by the embodied in Sanskrit

by the eternal enemy in Sanskrit

by the fire in Sanskrit

by the glories in Sanskrit

by the illusion in Sanskrit

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