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

da-dh √dhâ. in Sanskrit

da-dh-án dádhi. in Sanskrit

dá-dh-i [√dhe] sour milk, curds. in Sanskrit

da-dhrish k) bold; n. -dhrík, ad. firmly, closely. in Sanskrit

da-dhrish-vân having dared or undertaken. in Sanskrit

da-dr-û [√drî, crack] kind of cutaneous eruption. in Sanskrit

da-dris-âná-pavi whose wheel-tracks have appeared. in Sanskrit

dâ-ma cord, band; garland; aN, f. id.; (a)-ka, n. id. in Sanskrit

dâ-p-anîya who must be urged to pay (ac.); to be procured; -ayi-tavya, fp. id.; -ya, fp. id. in Sanskrit

dâ-tavya to be given; -- bestowed in marriage; -- paid; -- made good; -- applied. in Sanskrit

dá-tra property: pl. goods: -vat, a. wealthy. in Sanskrit

dabh-îti injurer, foe; N. in Sanskrit

dabh-rá little, insignificant: -m, ad. dimly; n. distress. in Sanskrit

dábh-ya who can be deceived; meant to deceive. in Sanskrit

dâd-a gift: -da, a. giving. in Sanskrit

dadâ-ti gift. in Sanskrit

dadhi-karna Curd-ear, N. of a cat (i. e. having milk-white ears). in Sanskrit

dadhi-pukkha Curd-tail (i. e. having a milk-white tail), N. of a jackal; -prishâtaka, a kind of mixture with curds; -bhânda, n. pot of sour milk; -manda, m. sour cream; -saktu, m. pl. meal mixed with curds; -sambhava, a. produced from curdled milk. in Sanskrit

dadhi-t-tha whey made of sour milk. in Sanskrit

dâdhikâ beard or whisker. in Sanskrit

dadhi̮anna rice cooked with curdled milk; -̮ódana, n. pap prepared with curdled milk. in Sanskrit

dâdima pomegranate tree; n. pomegranate. in Sanskrit

dag-dha (√dah) burned, consumed; pained, tortured, distressed; fatal; wretched, good for nothing; cursed, damned: -gathara, n. accursed belly. in Sanskrit

dag-dhavya to be burned. in Sanskrit

dagdha̮udara accursed belly. in Sanskrit

dagh-ná (aN, î) reaching to (--°). in Sanskrit

dâh-a burning, conflagration; cauterising; being burnt; inward heat, feverish heat: disâm dâha, preternatural redness of the sky. in Sanskrit

dah-ana (î) burning, consuming with fire; destroying (gnly. --°); m. fire, Agni (f. --° a. â); n. burning: -karman, n. act of burning; -garbha, a. having inward fire, flashing with anger (eyes); -̮âtmaka, a. whose nature consists in burning or causing gri in Sanskrit

dâh-ana causing to be burnt. in Sanskrit

dah-ara [√dabh] small, subtile; m. mouse, musk-rat. in Sanskrit

dâh-in burning, setting on fire; flaming; burning hot. in Sanskrit

dâh-ya to be burned. in Sanskrit

dâha-gvara burning fever. in Sanskrit

dâha-ka (ikâ) burning, setting on fire. in Sanskrit

dâha̮âtmaka inflammable, burning, scorching; -̮âtman, a. id. in Sanskrit

daih-ika (î) bodily. in Sanskrit

daih-ya being in the body; m. soul. in Sanskrit

daiksha relating to initiation (dîkshâ). in Sanskrit

daily in Sanskrit

daily/always in Sanskrit

dain-ya dejection, distress; wretchedness, misery, pitiable state: -m kri, act piteously, humble oneself; -vat, a. dejected, afflicted. in Sanskrit

daipa relating to a lamp. in Sanskrit

dairgh-ya length. in Sanskrit

dais-ika relating to place or space; native; belonging to the country of (--°); m. instructor. in Sanskrit

daisht-ika-tâ fatalism. in Sanskrit

daitya descendant of Diti, Asura or demon, esp. Râhu: -dânava-mardana, m. Crusher of the Daityas and Dânavas (Indra); -nishûdana, m. ep. of Vishnu; -pa, -pati, m. ep. of Bali. in Sanskrit

daiv-âdi-ka belonging to the div or fourth class of verbs. in Sanskrit

daiv-ika peculiar --, sacred to or coming from the gods; n. natural phenomenon. in Sanskrit

daiva (î) peculiar to, coming from, or having to do with the gods, divine; royal; connected with or produced by fate; ± vivâha, m. or dharma, m. marriage rite of the gods (in which a daughter is given to the officiating priest); with tîrtha, n. part of th in Sanskrit

daiva-datta bestowed by fate, innate; -durvipâka, m. ill-ripening dispensation=cruelty of fate; -para, a. to whom fate is the chief thing; m. fatalist; -parâyana, a. m. id.; -yoga, m. dispensation of fate; -vasa, m. will of fate: ab. accidentally; -vid, a in Sanskrit

daiva-krita produced by fate, natural; -gati, f. course of fate; -kinta-ka, a. thinking about --, knowing human fate; m. astrologer; -gña, a. skilled in destiny; m. astrologer; -gña-tva, n. skill in astrology. in Sanskrit

daiva-tas by fate, accidentally. in Sanskrit

daivat-ya having as deity, sacred or addressed to (--°). in Sanskrit

daivata (î) relating to a deity (worshipped or invoked); divine; n. deity or coll. deities (celebrated in a hymn); having or worshipping -- as one's deity (--°). in Sanskrit

daiva̮âdi̮anta beginning and ending with a rite in honour of the gods. in Sanskrit

daiva̮ûdhâ woman married according to the Daiva rite; -̮upahataka, a. buffeted by fortune. in Sanskrit

daívya (â and daívî) divine. in Sanskrit

dak-khada (teeth-cover), lip. in Sanskrit

dâkinî -tva, n. character of a Dâkinî. in Sanskrit

dáksh-a able, active, dexterous, skilful, clever (with lc., --°); suitable for (--°); right (not left); m. activity, capacity, power, aptitude; will; N. of an Âditya; N. of a Pragâpati; N. of a legislator: -sya̮ayana, n. (sacrifice of the) winter solstice in Sanskrit

dáksh-ina (also á) able, clever, dexterous; right; southern (because when looking east the right hand is towards the south); south (wind); upright, honest; amiable, obliging; m. right hand or arm; m. n. right side; south; â, f. (sc. go), a good i. e. milc in Sanskrit

dâksh-ya activity; ability, skill. in Sanskrit

dâksha southern, dwelling in the south; relating to Daksha. in Sanskrit

daksha-kratú will and understanding; -tâ, f. dexterity, cleverness; activity; -pitri, a. pl. (str. st. also -pitâr), having Daksha as a father; possessing or bestowing abilities; -vihitâ, f. kind of song; -sutâ, f. daughter of Daksha: pl. wives of the moo in Sanskrit

dâkshâyan-in wearing gold ornaments. in Sanskrit

dâkshâyaná (î) descended from or relating to Daksha; î, f. daughter of Daksha; m. n. sacrifice of the winter solstice; -yagña, m. a modification of the Darsapaur- namâsa sacrifice lasting fifteen years instead of thirty. in Sanskrit

dakshin-âhi far to the right or south, of (ab.). in Sanskrit

dakshin-îya worthy of or suitable for a sacrificial gift; worthy to be honoured. in Sanskrit

dâkshin-ya relating to the sacrificial fee; n. politeness, courtesy; kindness, reverence, towards (g., lc., --°); south: -vat, a. courteous, kind, amiable. in Sanskrit

dakshina - paska̮ardha south-west side; -paskima, a. south-western; -pûrva, a. south-eastern: â, f. south-east. in Sanskrit

dâkshiná relating to the sacrificial fee (dakshinâ). in Sanskrit

dakshinâ-dvâra door towards the south; a. having the door towards the south; -patha, m. tract in the south, Deccan; a̮apara, a. south-western; -pratyañk, a. south-western; n. -pratyak, ad. towards the south-west; f. -pratîkî, south-west; (aN)-pravana, a. in Sanskrit

dakshina-gânu̮akta having the right knee bent. in Sanskrit

dakshinâ-siras having the head turned southward. in Sanskrit

dakshina-tás on or from the right (of, g.); southwards; from the south; to the south (of, g.): (-tah) kri, place any one on the right hand (in token of respect); -táskaparda, a. wearing a braid of hair on the right. in Sanskrit

dâkshinâ-tya coming from, belonging to, or living in, the South; m. pl. inhabitants of the Deccan. in Sanskrit

dákshinâ-vat able; abounding in gifts, pious. in Sanskrit

dakshinais on the right. in Sanskrit

dakshinaN to the right or southwards (of, ab.). in Sanskrit

dakshinât from or on the right; from the south, southern. in Sanskrit

dakshina̮agni southern sacrificial fire; a◡́agra, a. pointed southward. in Sanskrit

dakshina̮aranya Southern Forest, N. of a forest, probably in the Deccan. in Sanskrit

dakshina̮âvarta turned southward; being on its southern course (sun); m. Deccan. in Sanskrit

dakshina̮ayana southern path (i. e. to the realm of death); southerly course of the sun, the half-year in which the sun moves from north to south (from summer to winter solstice); commencement of the sun's southward course = summer solstice (in the month in Sanskrit

dakshina̮itara left. in Sanskrit

dakshina̮uttara right and left, southern and northern: â-bhyâm pânibhyâm, with the two hands, the right being uppermost; -̮uttâna, a. holding the righthand palm upwards; du. with pânî, the two hands with the right turned palm upwards. in Sanskrit

dákshinena to the right or south, of (ac.). in Sanskrit

Dakshineshvar in Sanskrit

dal-a fragment, piece; part; half; leaf, petal (that which unfolds itself); -ana, n. bursting (int.); breaking, crushing, shattering; annihilation. in Sanskrit

dâl-ana crumbling off (of the teeth). in Sanskrit

dala-sas in pieces: with yâ, go to pieces. in Sanskrit

dala̮âdi-tva state of a leaf, etc. in Sanskrit

dâli peeled grain. in Sanskrit

dâlima pomegranate tree. in Sanskrit

dallaka suspended basket; m. N. in Sanskrit

dallying in Sanskrit

dam in Sanskrit

dam-ana (î) taming, subduing (--°); m. horse-tamer, charioteer; Vincent, N. of one of Damayantî's brothers; n. subduing; chastising. in Sanskrit

dam-ay-ant-î Victoria, N. of Nala's wife. in Sanskrit

dam-in self-controlled; subduing (--°). in Sanskrit

dâm-kriti sound. in Sanskrit

dám-pati master of the house: du. master and mistress, man and wife, pair, couple. in Sanskrit

dam-ya to be broken in; m. young bull yet to be tamed or trained. in Sanskrit

dama-ka taming, breaking in, training (--°). in Sanskrit

dama-ra tumult, brawl. in Sanskrit

damar-in drum. in Sanskrit

dâmara astounding, extraordinary (-tva, n. abst. n.); m. astonishment, admiration; knight. in Sanskrit

dâma̮udara Vishnu or Krishna (having a rope round his belly), so called because his foster-mother tried to tie him thus; N.: -gupta, m. N. of a poet; -̮aranya, n. N. of a forest. in Sanskrit

damba-ra noise; bombast; confused mass; splendour: -nâman, a. bearing a high-sounding name. in Sanskrit

dambh-a fraud, dissimulation, hypocrisy, deceit; -aka, a. deceiving, deluding (--°); -ana, a. injuring (--°); n. deceiving, deceit. in Sanskrit

dâmbh-ika deceitful, hypocritical, fraudulent; m. cheat, hypocrite. in Sanskrit

dambh-in deceitful; m. deceiver, cheat, hypocrite, dishonest man. in Sanskrit

dambha-muni hypocritical ascetic. in Sanskrit

dambholi Indra's thunderbolt: -pâta, m. descent of Indra's thunderbolt. in Sanskrit

dambholi-pâtâ-ya Â. descend like Indra's thunderbolt. in Sanskrit

dâmodarî-ya belonging to (king) Dâmodara. in Sanskrit

dâmpatya wedlock (fr. dampati). in Sanskrit

dams-a bite; stinging insect, gadfly; -aka, m. N. of a prince; -ana, n. biting; bite; coat of mail. in Sanskrit

dams-ána wondrous deed, power, or skill. in Sanskrit

dáms-u of wondrous power (--°): -patnî, f. having a lord of wondrous power. in Sanskrit

dámsh-tra tusk, fang. in Sanskrit

damshtr-in possessed of fangs; m. animal with fangs, beast of prey. in Sanskrit

dan-das-uNka mordacious; m. kind of snake. in Sanskrit

dâna-dharma duty of almsgiving or liberality; -pattaka, n. deed of gift; -pati, m. chief in liberality, very charitable man; -para, a. intent on liberality, generous, charitable: -tâ, f. generosity; -pârami-tâ, f. acme of generosity; -yogya, fp. worthy of in Sanskrit

dâna-vâr offering of water; -vîra, m. a perfect hero in liberality; a pattern of generosity; -sîla, a. liberal, charitable; -sûra, m. model of liberality. in Sanskrit

dânava demon; in C. represented as the offspring of Danu and Kasyapa and as irreconcilable foes of the gods; a. relating to the Dânavas. in Sanskrit

dânava-pati lord of the Dânavas, Râhu. in Sanskrit

dâna◡́apnas abounding in gifts. in Sanskrit

dánd-ana beating, punishing. in Sanskrit

dand-anîya punishable. in Sanskrit

dand-ika punishing; m. policeman; -ikâ, f. stick, staff; -ín, a. bearing a staff; m. Brâhman mendicant; janitor, warder; official who clears the way; ep. of Yama; N. of the author of the Dasakumârakarita and of the Kâvyâdarsa (sixth century A. D.). in Sanskrit

dand-ya to be punished; worthy of punishment; to be made to pay or fined (with ac. of amount); liable to forfeit (--°). in Sanskrit

dandá staff, stick; mace, club (to which the elephant's trunk and human arms and thighs are often compared); stalk; handle; flagstaff (on a carriage); pole (as a measure of length = 4 cubits); rod = symbol of violence, force of arms, military power, army; in Sanskrit

danda-ka handle; pole, flagstaff (on a car); n., â, f. N. of a forest in the Deccan; m. pl. inhabitants of the Dandaka forest; sg. N. of a prince; -karman, n. punishment. in Sanskrit

danda-kâshtha wooden staff; -ghna, a. striking with a staff, committing assault; -kakra, n. detachment of an army -tâdana, n. chastisement with a stick; -tva, n. condition of a staff; -dâsa, m. slave for (non-payment of) a fine, one who serves out a fine; in Sanskrit

danda-nâyaka judge; leader of a troop; -nipâtana, n. causing the rod to descend, punishment (of, g.); -niyoga, m. award of punishment; -nîti, f. administration of justice, science of government. in Sanskrit

dandá-pâni holding a staff in one's hand; m. policeman; ep. of Yama; -pâta, m. (descent of the rod), punishment, chastisement; -pâtana, n. castigation; -pârushya, n. assault: du. bodily chastisement and admonition; -pâla, m. guardian of justice, judge: -t in Sanskrit

danda-ya P. punish: pp. dandita: guptena dandena--, blackmailed. in Sanskrit

danda-yâtrâ military expedition: -kihna, n. signal for marching to war, -patha, m. military road, -lagna, n. astrologically auspicious moment for marching out to war; -yoga, m. infliction of punishment; -lesa, m. small fine; -vat, a. bearing a staff; havi in Sanskrit

danda̮adhipa chief justice; -̮adhipati, m. id.; -̮anîka, n. detachment of an army; -̮âpûpa-nyâya, m. manner of the stick and the cake (if the mouse has eaten the stick she must have eaten the cake also): ab.= as a matter of course from what precedes. in Sanskrit

danda̮âghâta blows with a staff. in Sanskrit

danda̮avayava detachment of an army. in Sanskrit

danda̮udyama raising of the staff, threatening any one (--°) with a stick: pl. employment of forcible means. in Sanskrit

dandia in Sanskrit

Dandii in Sanskrit

dangerous in Sanskrit

dangers in Sanskrit

daNh-u-ka burning; m. conflagration. in Sanskrit

daNna-vat abounding in gifts, liberal. in Sanskrit

daNsa fisherman, boatman, ferryman, sailor. in Sanskrit

danseuse in Sanskrit

dánt dát, only nm. dan) tooth. in Sanskrit

dánt-a tooth; tusk, ivory (f. --° a. â, î): -ka, (--° a.) tooth; -ghâta: -ka, m. worker in ivory; -ghâta, m. bite. in Sanskrit

dant-ín tusked; m. elephant; -ila, m. N.; -ura, a. having prominent teeth; uneven; thickly studded with, full of (--°); ugly: -tâ, f. ugliness. in Sanskrit

dant-ya dental (letter); good for the teeth. in Sanskrit

dantâ-danti tooth against tooth=tooth and nail (of combatants). in Sanskrit

danta-kkhada (tooth-covering), lip; -ganman, n. growth of the teeth; -gâta, pp. having teethed; -dyut, f. glitter of the teeth; -dhâva, m. cleansing the teeth; -dhâvana, n. id.; splint of wood chewed for cleaning the teeth; -pattra, n. kind of ear ornamen in Sanskrit

dantâ-vala elephant. in Sanskrit

danta̮agra point of a tooth. in Sanskrit

danta̮antara space between the teeth: -̮adhishthita, pp. stuck between the teeth; -̮âli, f. row of teeth; -̮âlika, f. bridle; -̮âvalî, f. row of teeth. in Sanskrit

danta̮ulûkhal-ika using his teeth as a pestle; -̮ulûkhalin, a. id. in Sanskrit

dantura-ya P. stud or fill with: pp. danturita, studded with, full of (--°). in Sanskrit

danu-kabandha a Dânava. in Sanskrit

dar-a --°, cleaving, shattering; °--, a little (also -m); m., î, f. cleft, hole, cave; m. fear. in Sanskrit

dar-ana bursting, breaking. in Sanskrit

dâr-ana rending, cleaving (--° or g.); n. rending, bursting open. in Sanskrit

dar-dur-a √drî] frog; flute; N. of a mountain-range in the South; N.: -ka, m. N. of a gambler. in Sanskrit

dár-i-dra (also-í-dra) √drâ] strolling; mendicant, poor; lacking (in. or --°); m. beggar. in Sanskrit

DAR-I-DRÂ DRÂ, run. in Sanskrit

dâr-ikâ 1. crack, chap; 2. girl, daughter. in Sanskrit

dâr-in splitting, destroying (--° or g.). in Sanskrit

dâra-karman taking a wife, marriage; -kriyâ, f. id. in Sanskrit

dâra-parigraha taking a wife, marriage. in Sanskrit

dâra-samgraha marriage; -suta, n. sg. wife and child; -̮adhigamana, n. taking a wife, marriage. in Sanskrit

dârava (î) wooden; î-ya, a. id.; produced from wood. in Sanskrit

darbh-á tuft of grass; sacrificial (esp. Kusa) grass (used for strewing, wiping, and other purposes). in Sanskrit

dârbha (î) made of Darbha grass. in Sanskrit

darbha-máya (î) made of Darbha grass; -mushtí, m. f. handful of Darb a grass; -sûki (or î), f. sharp point of Darbha grass; -stambá, m. bunch of Darbha grass. in Sanskrit

dârdh-ya firmness; stability, steadfastness; confirmation. in Sanskrit

dârdura (î) relating to a frog. in Sanskrit

darî-mukha cave of a mouth; mouth of a cave; mouth-like cave. in Sanskrit

dâridr-ya poverty, indigence. in Sanskrit

daridra-tâ poverty; -tva, n. id. in Sanskrit

dark in Sanskrit

dark green colour (literally in Sanskrit

Dark half of lunar month in Sanskrit

Dark half of the lunar month in Sanskrit

Dark shade in Sanskrit

darkness in Sanskrit

darp-a wildness, wantonness, impudence, arrogance, pride (in, in. or --°): -ka, m. id.; Kâma. in Sanskrit

darp-ana (causing pride), mirror, often --° in titles of books: -maya, a. consisting of mirrors. in Sanskrit

darpan-ikâ mirror. in Sanskrit

darpita-pura city. in Sanskrit

dârs-a new-moon sacrifice; a. (î) relating to the --; -ika, a. (î) relating to the new-moon (sacrifice). in Sanskrit

dars-ana (î) --°, seeing, looking at; knowing; showing, teaching; n. 1. with active meaning: seeing, looking at, beholding; sight of, meeting with, visiting, attendance at (--° or g.); adoration (of, g.); eyesight; review of (g.); inspection, investigatio in Sanskrit

dars-anîya visible; worthy to be seen, beautiful, handsome; to be shown; to be produced in court. in Sanskrit

dars-atá visible; conspicuous, beautiful. in Sanskrit

dars-ayitavya to be shown; -ayitu-kâma, a. wishing to show; -ayi-tri, m. shower of (g.); guide. in Sanskrit

dars-in (--°) seeing, looking at, regarding; having seen; knowing, understanding; experiencing or having experienced; receiving (revenue); composing or having composed; showing. in Sanskrit

darsa-ka seeing, getting sight of (g.); causing to be seen, showing, pointing out, exposing, making evident (g., --°): lohitasya --, causing blood to flow, drawing blood. in Sanskrit

darsa-pûrna-mâsá new and full moon; new and full moon sacrifice. in Sanskrit

darsana-gokara range of vision; -patha, m. id.: -gata, pp. visible; -pâla, m. N.; -vat, a. endowed with sight; -vishaya, m. being within range of any one's (g.) vision. in Sanskrit

darsana̮antara-gata being within sight, visible; -̮artha, a. intending to visit: -m, ad. on a visit; -̮âvarana, n. envelopment of sensual perception. in Sanskrit

Darshan in Sanskrit

dârshtânt-ika elucidated or elucidating by an example or simile (drishtânta). in Sanskrit

dâru-karman wood-carving; -kritya, n. function of wood; -ga, a. wooden. in Sanskrit

dârú-na (or á) (â, î) hard (not soft); sharp (wind); rough, harsh, severe (speech, temper, person); violent, intense (pain etc.); painful (birth); terrible; n. harshness, severity. in Sanskrit

dâru-parvata -phalaka, n. shutter; -máya, a. (î) wooden; -varman, m. N.; -sesha, a. containing only wood besides. in Sanskrit

dârun-ya hardness. in Sanskrit

dâruna-tâ harshness; terribleness; -̮âtman, a. hard-hearted, cruel. in Sanskrit

dâru̮âghâtá woodpecker. in Sanskrit

dârv-a (î) wooden; m. pl. N. of a people. in Sanskrit

darva spoon. in Sanskrit

darvi-bhrit hooded serpent. in Sanskrit

das-â fringe, border, skirt, hem of a garment; wick (of a lamp); condition of life, lot, age, state: -̮anta, m. end of a wick; end of life; extreme old age; -paripâka, m. revolution of fortune. in Sanskrit

das-ana tooth: -ka, little tooth; -kkhada, m. lip; -pada, n. mark of teeth, bite; -vyaya, m. loss of teeth; -̮amsu, m. pl. brightness of the teeth. in Sanskrit

das-ín tenfold; m. lord of ten villages. in Sanskrit

das-rá working wonders; m. N. of one of the Asvins. in Sanskrit

dâs-úsh-e dâsvás (pf. pt. of √dâs), pious. in Sanskrit

dâs-yã bondage, servitude; service, work of slaves. in Sanskrit

dás-yu robber. in Sanskrit

dasa-dasin consisting of repeated decades; -dis, f. sg. the ten quarters. in Sanskrit

dasa-dhaN in ten parts, tenfold. in Sanskrit

dâsa-gana slave; domestics; -gîvana, a. who lives like a slave, living by slavish work; -tâ, f., -tva, n. slavery, bondage; -dâsî, f. female slave of a slave; (á)pravarga, a. having a crowd of slaves; -varga, m. domestics. in Sanskrit

dasa-grîva ten-necked, ep. of Râvana. in Sanskrit

dása-gva consisting of ten. in Sanskrit

dasa-ka containing ten, tenfold; -kantha, m. (ten-necked), ep. of Râvana: -̮ari, m. enemy of Râvana, ep. of Râma; -kamdhara, m. (ten-necked), ep. of Râvana; -kumâra-kari-ta or -tra, n. Adventures of the Ten Princes, title of a novel by Dandin; -guna, a. t in Sanskrit

dasa-ma (î) tenth; n. tenth part; î, f. (sc. tithi) tenth day in a fortnight; tenth stage of life, i. e. 90-100 years of age: (î)stha, a. being in the tenth stage, above 90 years old. in Sanskrit

dása-mâsya ten months old; -mukha, m. (ten-faced), Râvana: -ripu, m. Râvana's foe, ep. of Râma; -yoganî, f. distance of ten yoganas; -ratha, m. N. of several kings, esp. of Râma's father, sovereign of Ayodhyâ; -rasmi-sata, m. (thousand-rayed), sun; -râtra in Sanskrit

dasa-pala ten palas; a. weighing ten palas; -pura, n. N. of a city: î, f. id.; -pûrva-ratha, m. paraphrase of the N. Dasaratha; -bandha, m. tenth part: -ka, --° a. id. in Sanskrit

dâsa-pati chief of fishermen. in Sanskrit

dâsa-râgñá battle of the ten kings. in Sanskrit

dása-taya (î) tenfold, consisting of ten divisions; î, f. pl. the texts of the ten Mandalas of the Rig-veda. in Sanskrit

dasa-ti decade. in Sanskrit

dásan (also án) ten. in Sanskrit

dâsarath-i Râma and Lakshmana. in Sanskrit

dâsârha belonging to Dasârha (Krishna); m. ep. of Krishna; king of the Dasârhas. in Sanskrit

dasârha Krishna: pl. N. of a people. in Sanskrit

dasârna decasyllabic; m. pl. N. of a people; sg. king of Dasârna. in Sanskrit

dâsârnaka (ikâ) belonging to the Dasârnas. in Sanskrit

dasát decade. in Sanskrit

dâsataya (î) tenfold; belonging to the tenfold Rig-veda. in Sanskrit

dasâ̮âlambin hanging down with the skirt=dragging. in Sanskrit

dasa̮amsa tenth part; -̮akshara, a. decasyllabic; -̮aṅgula, a. ten fingers (= inches) long; -̮ânana, m. (ten-faced), ep. of Râvana; -̮antarushyá, n. distance of ten stations; -̮abda̮âkhya, a. of ten years standing. in Sanskrit

dasa̮ârdha five. in Sanskrit

dasa̮avara consisting of ten at least; -̮âsya, a. ten-mouthed; m. Râvana; -̮ahá, m. period of ten days. in Sanskrit

dasa̮îsa ruler of ten villages. in Sanskrit

dâsera-ka fisherman: pl. N. of a people. in Sanskrit

dâseraka (young) camel; î, f. female camel. in Sanskrit

dash-ta (√dams); n. bite. in Sanskrit

dashana+vihInaM in Sanskrit

dasharath's wife in Sanskrit

dasharatha's in Sanskrit

dasharatha's son in Sanskrit

dasharatha's+this pair in Sanskrit

dasharathasya+etaau in Sanskrit

dâsî female slave: dâsyâh putra, m. son of a slave (also as a term of abuse). in Sanskrit

dâsî-dâsa female and male slaves; -putra, m. son of a slave; -bhâva, m. condition of a female slave. in Sanskrit

dasmá working wonders, marvellous. in Sanskrit

dát [(a)d-at, pr. pt. eater] tooth (nm. dan): --° a. f. -î. in Sanskrit

dât-kriti howl. in Sanskrit

dat-tá √dâ; m. N. (often --°); n. giving: -ka, a. given to be adopted (son). in Sanskrit

dat-ti gift, present. in Sanskrit

dat-trima received by donation, adopted (son or slave). in Sanskrit

dat-tvâ √dâ. in Sanskrit

date in Sanskrit

dâtri-tâ liberality; -tva, n. id. in Sanskrit

datta-karna giving ear or listening to (--°); -drishti, a. directing one's gaze to, looking at (abs. or with lc.); -pûrva̮ukta-sâpa-bhî, a. threatening with the curse already mentioned; -sulkâ, a. f. for whom the nuptial fee has been paid. in Sanskrit

datta̮âtaṅka giving a fright to (g.); -̮âtman, a. who has offered himself for adoption (son); -̮a-pradân-ika, a. relating to the non-delivery of a present. in Sanskrit

datta̮uttara to which an answer has been given. in Sanskrit

dâtu-kâma wishing to make a present. in Sanskrit

dâtyûha fowl. in Sanskrit

daughter in Sanskrit

daughter-in-law in Sanskrit

dauh-sîl-ya badness of character, malignity. in Sanskrit

dauh-sth-ya sorry plight. in Sanskrit

dauhad-ika longing, desire. in Sanskrit

dauhitr-a daughter's son; î, f. daughter's daughter. in Sanskrit

dauhrid-a longing in pregnancy. in Sanskrit

daúhshanti Daushyanti. in Sanskrit

daundubha relating to the dundubha. in Sanskrit

daur-âtm-ya wickedness, baseness. in Sanskrit

daúr-bhâg-ya misfortune. in Sanskrit

daur-gan-ya wickedness, baseness. in Sanskrit

daur-gandh-ya bad odour, stench. in Sanskrit

daur-hrid-a rogue; *n. longing of pregnant women. in Sanskrit

daur-manas-ya dejection, sadness. in Sanskrit

daur-mantr-ya bad counsel. in Sanskrit

daúr-vrat-ya disobedience. in Sanskrit

daurga relating to Durgâ. in Sanskrit

daurgahá Purukutsa. in Sanskrit

daurgat-ya distress, misery, poverty. in Sanskrit

daus-karm-ya skin-disease. in Sanskrit

daush-krit-ya baseness, wickedness. in Sanskrit

daushyant-i Bharata. in Sanskrit

daushyanta relating to Dushyanta; m. a mixed caste. in Sanskrit

dauvâr-ika janitor, chamberlain; î, f. female janitor. in Sanskrit

dav-a [√du] forest fire: -thu, m. burning, pain; inflammation; -̮agni, m. fire of a burning forest; -̮anala, m. id. in Sanskrit

dáv-ishtha dûra) remotest; -îyas, cpv. very distant; very long: n. ad. further. in Sanskrit

dâvá (forest) conflagration; m. n. forest: -dahana, m. forest fire; -̮agni, m. fire of a burning forest; -̮anala, m. id. in Sanskrit

dawn in Sanskrit

day + night in Sanskrit

day after tomorrow in Sanskrit

day before yesterday in Sanskrit

day-aN sympathy, compassion, with (g., lc., --°): -m kri, have compassion on (g. or lc.); -̮ârdra-bhâva, m. compassionate tenderness. in Sanskrit

dây-in (--°) giving, bestowing; causing. in Sanskrit

day-ita (√day) beloved, dear; m. lover, husband; â, f. mistress, wife: -maya, a. devoted to his beloved. in Sanskrit

day-time-done in Sanskrit

dâya-kâla time of dividing the heritage; -bhâga, m. division of the heritage; -hara, m. heir, relative. in Sanskrit

dayâ-lú compassionate, towards (lc.): -tâ, f., -tva, n. compassion for (lc.). in Sanskrit

dayâ-vat compassionate towards (g., lc.). in Sanskrit

dâyâd-ya inheritance. in Sanskrit

dâya̮âdá heir (*of, g., lc., or --°); descendant; kinsman (within seven degrees). in Sanskrit

dé-ya to be given; -- bestowed in marriage; -- granted; -- delivered; -- restored, -- paid: -h panthâh, way must be made for (g.); atithitvena saktyâ deyam, n. impl. one should give according to one's ability in regard to hospitality; n. gift; impost; wag in Sanskrit

dead in Sanskrit

dear in Sanskrit

dearer in Sanskrit

dearmost in Sanskrit

death in Sanskrit

death and birth in Sanskrit

death's in Sanskrit

debenture in Sanskrit

decay in Sanskrit

deceitful in Sanskrit

decision in Sanskrit

declare in Sanskrit

Decline in Sanskrit

decomposed in Sanskrit

decorated / ornamented in Sanskrit

decorations in Sanskrit

dedication in Sanskrit

deeds in Sanskrit

deem well/visualise in Sanskrit

deem/consider/visualise/imagine in Sanskrit

deep sleeping in Sanskrit

deer in Sanskrit

deer skin? in Sanskrit

defeat in Sanskrit

defect in Sanskrit

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degrade in Sanskrit

deh-a [envelope of the soul: √dih] body; mass, bulk; person: -kara, m. procreator, father; -krit, m. id.; -kara, a. bodily; -karyâ, f. tending the body; -ga, m. son; Kâma; -tyâga, m. abandonment of the body, death; -tva, n. corporeal nature; -dhârana, n. in Sanskrit

deh-alî threshold. in Sanskrit

deh-î rampart. in Sanskrit

deh-in embodied; m. living being; man; (incarnate) soul. in Sanskrit

deha-vat embodied; m. living being, esp. man; -vritti, f. maintenance of the body. in Sanskrit

deha̮âtma-vâda doctrine that the soul is identical with the body; -̮anta, m. end of the body, death. in Sanskrit

deha̮îsvara soul. in Sanskrit

deity Shrii Rama in Sanskrit

deliberating in Sanskrit

delight in Sanskrit

delights in Sanskrit

delivery as in birth in Sanskrit

deluded in Sanskrit

demand in Sanskrit

demi-god in Sanskrit

demigods in Sanskrit

democracy in Sanskrit

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demon in Sanskrit

demoniac in Sanskrit

demoniac qualities in Sanskrit

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dense forest in Sanskrit

departed life in Sanskrit

dependence in Sanskrit

dependent on the self in Sanskrit

dependent only one onself in Sanskrit

deportation in Sanskrit

deprived of in Sanskrit

depth in Sanskrit

deride in Sanskrit

des-á point, spot, place, region (often redundant --°); country: -m â-vas or nivis, settle in a country; lc. in the right place. in Sanskrit

des-anâ direction, instruction, teaching, doctrine. in Sanskrit

des-î vernacular; provincialism: -nâma-mâlâ, f. Garland of Provincial Words, T. of a dictionary by Hemakandra. in Sanskrit

des-in indicating (--°): -î, f. forefinger. in Sanskrit

des-îya belonging to the country, provincial; living in, native of (--°); bordering or verging on, not far from, about, like (--°). in Sanskrit

des-ya to be pointed to, exemplary; a. being on the spot, having been present (m. eye-witness); belonging to or current in the country, provincial; native of (--°); bordering or verging on, not far removed from, almost, like (--°). in Sanskrit

desa-bhaṅga ruin of the country; -bhâshâ, f. language of the country, vernacular; -rakshin, m. protector of the country of -- =king of (--°). in Sanskrit

desa-ka (--°) showing, teaching; m. instructor. in Sanskrit

desa-kâla place and time: sg. -- for (g.): -gña, a. knowing place and time: -tâ, f. knowledge of place and time; -vid, a. knowing place and time, experienced; -virodhin, a. disregarding place and time; -vyatîta, pp. neglecting the right time and place. in Sanskrit

desa-kyuti exile, banishment; -ga, a. born in the right country, of genuine descent (horses, elephants); -tyâga, m. leaving the country; -drishta, pp. current in the country; -dharma, m. law or usage of the country. in Sanskrit

desa̮âkramana invasion; -̮âkâra, m. custom of the country; -̮atana, n. travelling; -̮atithi, m. guest in the country, stranger; -̮antara, n. another region; foreign country; -̮antarita, pp. living in a foreign country; -̮antarin, a. foreign; m. foreigner. in Sanskrit

descendant of 'kakutstha' in Sanskrit

descendent of avikshit (i.e in Sanskrit

desciples in Sanskrit

describe in Sanskrit

described in Sanskrit

desert in Sanskrit

deserve in Sanskrit

deserving in Sanskrit

desh-tavya to be designated as (nm.); -tri, m. guide, instructor (--°); -trî, f. Instructress (as a deity). in Sanskrit

Designated year in Sanskrit

designation in Sanskrit

desirable form in Sanskrit

desire in Sanskrit

desire for power in Sanskrit

desire to know or understand Brahman in Sanskrit

desire+lump(piNDaM also means rice-ball given in Sanskrit

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desired hands in Sanskrit

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desirelessness in Sanskrit

desirer of desires in Sanskrit

desires in Sanskrit

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desiring fruitive results in Sanskrit

desiring sense enjoyments in Sanskrit

desiring to fight in Sanskrit

desiring to lead in Sanskrit

desirous of killing in Sanskrit

desirous of sense gratification in Sanskrit

despair in Sanskrit

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despotism in Sanskrit

destiny in Sanskrit

destroy in Sanskrit

destroyed in Sanskrit

Destroyed or missing birth data. A method of calculating the Chart when one has missing data in Sanskrit

destroyer in Sanskrit

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destroys in Sanskrit

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detainee in Sanskrit

deterioration in Sanskrit

determination in Sanskrit

dev-á (î) heavenly, divine (also fig.); celestial, deity, god, divinity (sts. of malevolent beings); (god among men=) priest, Brâhman; king, prince; --°, chief among; voc. Sire, please your Majesty; î, f. goddess; Sâvitrî; Durgâ; queen, princess. in Sanskrit

dév-ana shining; gambling. in Sanskrit

dev-ara husband's (younger) brother, brother-in-law; lover, husband: -ghnî, a. f. killing her brother-in-law. in Sanskrit

dév-ikâ subordinate goddess. in Sanskrit

deva-datta god-given; m. Arguna's conch; the vital air which causes yawning; Dieu-donné, very common N., hence used to denote indefinite persons, Soand-so; -dantin, m. ep. of Siva (?); -darsana, a. seeing or associating with the gods; m. N.; n. manifestat in Sanskrit

deva-kanyakâ celestial maiden; -kanyâ, f. id.; -karma-krit, a. performing a divine rite; -karman, n. divine rite; -kalasa, m. N.; -kârya, n. divine rite; concern or errand of the gods. in Sanskrit

deva-kkhanda pearl necklace of 81 strings; -ga, a. god-begotten; -ganá, m. (gnly. pl.) divine host; host of demons or (esp.) serpents; -gaN, a. god-begotten, -- born; -gâtá, n. race or class of gods. in Sanskrit

deva-kula temple; (á)-krita, pp. made by the gods; -kritya, n.=deva-kârya; -kshetra, n. divine territory; -khâta, pp. dug by the gods=hollowed out by nature; -ganá, m. host of gods; -ganikâ, f. courtesan of the gods, Apsaras; -giri, m. mountain of the god in Sanskrit

deva-la showman of images (also -ka); N. in Sanskrit

deva-liṅga statue of a god; -lekhâ, f. N. of a princess; -loká, m. world of the gods; -vadhû, f. divine female; -vandá, a. praising the gods; -várman, n. divine armour; -vís, f. race of gods; (á)-vîti, f. feast of the gods; -vratá, n. religious observance in Sanskrit

deva-nadî divine river, ep. of various sacred rivers; *-nâgarî, f. sacred city writing, N. of the current Sanskrit character; -nâtha, m. lord of the gods, Siva; -nâyaka, m. N.; -nikâya, m. host of gods; -nîtha, m. N. of a Vedic passage containing seventee in Sanskrit

deva-pati lord of the gods, Indra; (á)-patnî, a. f. having a god for a husband; -pasu, m. animal consecrated to the gods; -pâtrá, n. cup of the gods; -paNna, a. serving the gods for drinking; -putra, m. son of a god; a. (devá-) having gods as children; -p in Sanskrit

deva-rata delighting in the gods, pious; -rathá, m. divine car; -râg, m. king of the gods, Indra; -râgá, m. id.; divine ruler; N.; -râgya, n. sovereignty of the gods; -râta, pp. god-given; m. N., Theodore; -rûpin, a. having a divine form; -̮rishi, m. divi in Sanskrit

deva-sakti foe of the gods, Asura, Râkshasa; -sarman, m. N.; (á)-sishta, pp. taught by the gods; -sunî, f. bitch of the gods, Saramâ; -sesha, n. remnant of a sacrifice to the gods; -samnidhi, m. presence of the gods; -sarasa, n. N. of a locality; -srishta in Sanskrit

devá-tât divine worship; -- host. in Sanskrit

deva-tumula thunderstorm. in Sanskrit

deva-tyã having -- as a deity, sacred to (--°); -traN, ad. among the gods; -tvá, n. divinity, divine nature, state of the gods. in Sanskrit

deva-yát serving the gods. in Sanskrit

deva-yâtrâ procession with sacred images; -yaNna, a. going --, leading to or frequented by the gods; n. path of the gods; -yânîya, a. leading to the gods. in Sanskrit

deva-yú devoted to the gods, pious; (á)-yukta, pp. yoked by the gods; -yuga, n. age of the gods, first age of the world; -yoshâ, f. divine woman. in Sanskrit

devakî-nandana Krishna; -sûnu, m. id. in Sanskrit

Devala in Sanskrit

devânâm-priya (favourite of the gods), plain simple man. in Sanskrit

devatâ-maya (î) containing all the gods; -̮âyatana, n. temple; -̮arkana, n. worship of the gods. in Sanskrit

devatâ̮ă̂gâra temple, chapel; -griha, n. id. in Sanskrit

deva̮amsa part of a god, partial incarnation; -̮agâra, m. n. house of god, temple; -̮aṅganâ, f. divine female; -̮âtman, m. divine soul; -̮adhipa, m. lord of the gods, Indra. in Sanskrit

deva̮anîka divine host; -̮anu- kara, m. attendant of a god; -̮anuyâyin, m. id.; -̮anna, n. food offered to the gods; -̮âyatana, n. temple; -̮aranya, n. forest of the gods (the Nandana forest); -̮ari, m. foe of the gods, Asura; -̮arkana, n. worship of a go in Sanskrit

deva̮enasá curse of the gods. in Sanskrit

deva◡́iddha kindled by the gods; -̮indra, m. lord of the gods, Indra; -̮îsa, m. id.: î, f. Durgâ; -̮îsvara, m. ep. of Siva. in Sanskrit

develop in Sanskrit

developed in Sanskrit

developing in Sanskrit

development in Sanskrit

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devî deva: -ka, --° a. princess, queen; -kriti, f. N. of a pleasure grove; -garbha-griha, n. inner sanctuary containing the image of Durgâ; -griha, n. temple of Durgâ; queen's apartment; -tva, n. condition of a goddess or princess; -dhâman, n. temple of D in Sanskrit

deviated in Sanskrit

deviated from in Sanskrit

devî̮âyatana temple of Durgâ. in Sanskrit

devoid of in Sanskrit

devoid of desire in Sanskrit

devoid of fear in Sanskrit

devoted to Me in Sanskrit

devotee in Sanskrit

devotees in Sanskrit

devotion in Sanskrit

devotional service in Sanskrit

devouring in Sanskrit

dha (--°) placing, putting; bestowing, granting. in Sanskrit

dhá-na [deposit: √dhâ], V.: prize of a contest; booty; stake or winnings in play; contest; V. C.: chattels, goods, property, wealth, treasure, money; reward, gift; --°, abundance in; --° a. possessing. in Sanskrit

dhâ-trá relating to Dhâtri. in Sanskrit

dhâ-trî nurse; midwife; waitingwoman; mother; earth. in Sanskrit

dhag-ití in a trice. in Sanskrit

dhair-ya firmness, steadfastness, constancy, fortitude; gravity, resolute bearing; obstinacy: -tâ, f. perseverance; -dhara, a. steady, constant, persevering; -vat, a. id.; -vritti, a. steadily conducted. in Sanskrit

dhaivata the sixth note in the scale, a. in Sanskrit

dhakka edifice; N. of a locality; â, f. large drum. in Sanskrit

dhakka-desîya peculiar to the country of Dhakka. in Sanskrit

dhâla shield. in Sanskrit

DHAM DHMÂ. in Sanskrit

dham-a blowing, melting (--°); -ana, a. blowing away, dispersing; m. reed; n. smelting; -áni, f. whistling; tube, pipe, vessel (in the body), vein (also î). in Sanskrit

dhâma-kkhád concealing his abode, ep. of an Agni and of a Vashatkâra. in Sanskrit

dhâma-vat mighty, powerful. in Sanskrit

dhâmarâ goose. in Sanskrit

dhâma̮adhipa sun. in Sanskrit

dhammilla braided hair tied round the heads of women (--° a., f. â or -kâ). in Sanskrit

dhan-ika rich; m. rich man; creditor; N.; -ín, a. wealthy; m. rich man; creditor; -ishtha, spv. extremely rich: â, f. sg. & pl. N. of a lunar mansion (Sravishthâ). in Sanskrit

dhaN-man fixed dwelling, abode, realm (of the gods); esp. place of the sacred fire and of Soma; post (also pl.); usage, law, order; power, majesty; light, splendour (also pl.); priyam dhaNma, favourite abode, object; delight; madhyamam dhâma vish- noh, mi in Sanskrit

dhán-ya wealthy; procuring wealth; auspicious, salutary; happy, fortunate; --°, abounding in; m. N. in Sanskrit

dhâna-ka (=4 kârshâpanas); n. coriander. in Sanskrit

dhana-kosa treasury, store of wealth; -kshaya, m. loss of money or property; -garva, m. N. (Purse-proud); -gupta, pp. hoarding his money, penurious, miserly; -goptri, m. penurious man, miser: -tâ, f. penuriousness; -gâta, n. pl. the genus property, goods in Sanskrit

dhana-nâsa loss of property; -pati, m. lord of wealth; rich man; ep. of Kubera; -para, a. intent on money; -mada, m. pride of wealth: -vat, a. purse-proud; -mitra, m. N. of a merchant; -mûla, a. having its root in=arising from wealth; -yauvana-sâlin, a. e in Sanskrit

dhana-sañkaya accumulation of riches; -sañkayin, a. rich; m. rich man; -sampatti, f. riches; -sâdhana, n. acquisition of riches; -sthâna, n. treasury: -̮adhikârin, m. treasurer; -svâmin, m. monied man, capitalist; -hîna, pp. destitute of wealth, poor: -tâ in Sanskrit

dhana-tripti sufficiency of money; -da, a. wealth-giving, liberal; m. Giver of wealth, ep. of Kubera; N.; -danda, m. fine; -datta, m. N. of various merchants; -daN, a. bestowing wealth. in Sanskrit

dhanâ-ya P. Â. long for (d., g.); Â. value. in Sanskrit

dhanada̮anuga son of Kubera, ep. of Râvana. in Sanskrit

dhanada̮îsvara Kubera (wealth-bestowing god). in Sanskrit

dhanam-gayá winning booty; victorious in fight; m. fire; vital air that fattens; ep. of Arguna; N.: -vigaya, m. Victory of Arguna, T. of a play. in Sanskrit

dhânaN grain. in Sanskrit

Dhananjaya (Arjuna in Sanskrit

dhana̮âgama acquisition of wealth, income; -̮âdhya, a. rich: -tâ, f. wealth; -̮adhika, a. rich; -̮adhipa, -̮adhipati, m. ep. of Kubera; -̮adhyaksha, m. treasurer: -̮anvita, pp. wealthy; -̮âpti, f. acquisition of treasure. in Sanskrit

dhana̮arthin eager for money, avaricious; -̮âsâ, f. hope of making money. in Sanskrit

dhana̮ikkhâ desire for gold; -̮îsa, m. possessor of wealth, rich man; ep. of Kubera; -̮îsvara, m. ep. of Kubera; n. N. of a locality (?); -̮aisvarya, n. dominion of or lordship over wealth; -̮eshin, a. demanding his money; m. creditor; -̮ushman, m. (heat= in Sanskrit

dhaNra-pûta pure as a jet of water. in Sanskrit

dhanur-graha bowman, archer; -grâha, -grâhin, m. id.; -gyâ, f. bowstring; -durga, a. inaccessible because of a desert; n. fortress protected by a desert; -dhara, a. bearing a bow; m. archer; -dhârin, -bhrit, a. m. id.; -yantra, n. bow; -yashti, f. id.; -y in Sanskrit

dhânush-ka armed with a bow; m. bowman. in Sanskrit

dhanush-kânda bow and arrow; -kaNra, -krít, m. bow-maker; -koti (or î), notched end of a bow; -khanda, n. piece of a bow; -pâni, a. bow in hand, armed with a bow; -mat, a. (-î) armed with a bow; m. bowman: -tâ, f. archery. in Sanskrit

dhanv-in armed with a bow; m. archer. in Sanskrit

dhânvá Asita, chief of the Asuras. in Sanskrit

dhanva bow (only --°); m. N. in Sanskrit

dhânvan-a situated in a desert. in Sanskrit

dhanvan-tari [moving in an arc] N. of a being worshipped as a god; ep. of the sun; N. of the physician of the gods, produced at the churning of the ocean: -yag- ña, m. sacrifice to Dhanvantari. in Sanskrit

dhanvâyana archer. in Sanskrit

dhaNy-as nourishing; n. only d. to sip or nourish. in Sanskrit

dhânyã cereal; n. (m.) sg. pl. corn, grain. in Sanskrit

dhanya-ka luckier (than, in.); -tâ, f. fortunate condition. in Sanskrit

dhanyam-manya deeming oneself happy. in Sanskrit

dhânya̮amsa grain of corn; -̮adá, a. grain-eating; -̮amla, n. sour ricegruel; -̮argha, m. price of corn. in Sanskrit

dhar-a --°) bearing, holding; wearing; keeping, preserving; maintaining, supporting; observing, remembering, knowing; possessing; â, f. earth. in Sanskrit

dhâr-a holding, bearing, supporting (--°): -ka, a. id. (--°). in Sanskrit

dhar-an-î [supporter], earth: -dhara, a. supporting or preserving the earth; ep. of Krishna or Vishnu; m. mountain; king; N.; -dhra, m. mountain; -bhrit, a. supporting the earth; m. mountain; -mandala, n. circle of the earth, orbis terrarum; -ruha, m. (gr in Sanskrit

dhâr-ana (--° or g.) bearing, containing; possessing; preserving; n. (dhaNr-) bearing, holding; wearing; maintaining, preserving; observance of (g.); mental retention; mental concentration, on (lc.); possession; suppression; endurance: -ka, a. containing in Sanskrit

dhár-ana (î) bearing, preserving; n. holding, supporting; procuring (--°); support; m. n. a certain weight (=10 pâlas). in Sanskrit

dhâr-anâ wearing (a dress); supporting, assistance; repression; mental retention; memory; mental concentration, suspension of the breath, immovable abstraction; settled rule; understanding. in Sanskrit

dhar-ani earth: *-tala-taitila, m. god on earth, Brâhman; -dhara, a. supporting or preserving the earth, ep. of Vishnu or Krishna; m. mountain; -pati, -bhug, -bhrit, m. prince, king. in Sanskrit

dhâr-ay-i-tavya to be borne or held fast; to be regarded as (in. of abst. n.). in Sanskrit

dhâr-ay-ishnu-tâ possession of a good memory. in Sanskrit

dhâr-ayat (√dhri) possessing; versed in; maintaining. in Sanskrit

dhâr-i bearing (--°); m. cs. of √dhri (gr.). in Sanskrit

dhar-i-man balance: (-ima)meya, fp. measurable by weight. in Sanskrit

dhar-i-trî supporter; earth. in Sanskrit

dhâr-ikâ support, pillar. in Sanskrit

dhâr-in bearing; wearing; having, possessing; keeping; maintaining; retaining, remembering; preserving, observing: n-î, f. N. of Agnimitra's wife. in Sanskrit

dhár-ma established order, usage, institution, custom, prescription; rule; duty; virtue, moral merit, good works; right; justice; law (concerning, g. or --°); often personified, esp. as Yama, judge of the dead, and as a Pragâpati; nature, character, essen in Sanskrit

dhar-trá support. in Sanskrit

dhar-úna (î) bearing, supporting; spacious; m. bearer, supporter; n. support, foundation; firm ground; n., î, f. receptacle. in Sanskrit

dhâr-ya to be worn or borne; -- kept, -- retained; -- tolerated; -- observed; inflicted (punishment); -- directed (mind) to (lc.); -- kept in view; -- checked. in Sanskrit

dharâ-dhara a preserving or supporting the earth; ep. of Vishnu or Krishna; m. mountain: -̮indra, m. lord of mountains, the Himâlaya; -dhava, m. king; -̮adhipa, m. lord of earth, king; -pati, m. lord of earth, ep. of Vishnu; prince, king; -bhug, m. (enjoy in Sanskrit

dhârâ-dhara cloud: -̮âgama, m. rainy season; -̮atyaya, m. (departure of the clouds), autumn. in Sanskrit

dhârâ-gala blood dripping from the blade or edge (of a sword). in Sanskrit

dhârâ-kadamba shower-bath room; -graha, m. cup filled from a stream of Soma. in Sanskrit

dhârâ-nipâta downpour of rain; -patha, m. range of a sword-blade: -m prâpaya, put to the sword by any one (g.); -pâta, m. pl. shower; -yantra, n. fountain: -griha, n. shower-bath room; -vat, a. edged; -varsha, m. n. pouring rain. in Sanskrit

dhârâ-sampâta downpour of rain. in Sanskrit

dharana in Sanskrit

dhârana̮anvita endowed with a good memory. in Sanskrit

dhârâ̮adhirûdha standing on the very acme. in Sanskrit

dharâ̮amara god on earth, Brâhman; -saya, a. sleeping on the ground. in Sanskrit

dhârâ̮añkala edge (of an instrument). in Sanskrit

dhârâ̮aṅkura hail. in Sanskrit

dhârâ̮âsâra torrent of rain. in Sanskrit

dhârâ̮asru flood of tears. in Sanskrit

dhârm-ika (î) righteous, virtuous; set on or conformable to virtue; m. devotionalist; magician (Pr.): -tâ, f., -tva, n. justice, virtue. in Sanskrit

dharm-in observing the law, knowing one's duty, virtuous; having attributes; --°, observing the law of or having the rights of, having the nature, peculiarities, or characteristics of. in Sanskrit

dharm-ishtha thoroughly versed in duty, very just or virtuous; completely harmonizing with the law or duty. in Sanskrit

dharm-ya lawful, legal, legitimate; permitted by the sacred tradition, customary; just, honest; befitting (g.). in Sanskrit

dharma-karman virtuous action, good work; -kârya, n. religious duty; -kritya, n. performance of duty, religious rite; -kosa, m. treasury of the law; -kriyâ, f. performance of meritorious acts; religious ceremonies; -kshetra, n. Field of Law (= Kurukshetra in Sanskrit

dharma-nâtha lawful protector; -nitya, a. persistent in duty; -pati, m. lord of order; -patnî, f. lawful wife; -patha, m. path of duty or virtue; -para, -parâyana, a. devoted to duty, righteous; -pâthaka, m. teacher of law, jurist; -pîdâ, f. violation of in Sanskrit

dharma-sâsana manual of law; -sâstra, n. authoritative compendium of law; law-book; -sâstrin, m. adherent of the law-books: pl. a certain school; -sîla, a. just, virtuous; m. N.; -samyukta, pp. legal; -samsrita, pp. just, virtuous; -samkathâ, f. pl. disco in Sanskrit

dharma̮âkhyâna setting forth of duty; -̮âkârya, m. teacher of the law; -̮atikrama, m. transgression of the law; -̮âtma-tâ, f. justice, virtue; -̮âtman, a. having a virtuous nature, conscious of duty, just; -̮âdesaka, m. instructor in the law (v. l. for dh in Sanskrit

dharma̮aranya forest for the performance of religious duties; hermit-wood; N. of a forest in Madhyadesa; N. of a city; -̮artha-yukta, pp. according with the good and the useful; -̮âsrita, pp. just, virtuous; -̮âsana, n. judgment-seat; -̮asti-kâya, m. cate in Sanskrit

dharma̮îpsu striving after moral merit. in Sanskrit

dharma̮uttara devoted to justice, virtue, or duty; -̮upadesa, m. instruction or precepts regarding the sacred law or duty; body of law; -̮upadesanâ, f. instruction regarding the law; -̮upamâ, f. simile based on a common characteristic attribute. in Sanskrit

dharmi-tva justice, virtue, devotion to duty; --°, obligation or duty of; possession of the characteristics of. in Sanskrit

dharnasí strong, vigorous. in Sanskrit

dharsh-aka assailing (--°); -ana, n., â, f. assault, ill-treatment, offence; -anîya, fp. easy to assail or conquer; -in, a. assailing, ill-treating, offending (--°). in Sanskrit

dhârsht-ya boldness, impudence. in Sanskrit

dhârta-râshtra (î) belonging to Dhritarâshtra; m. Dhritarâshtra's son, pat. of Duryodhana (pl.=the Kurus); kind of goose. in Sanskrit

dhata [dhar-tra, weigher], scale of a balance; î, f. loin-cloth. in Sanskrit

dhâtî sudden attack, surprise. in Sanskrit

dhâtrey-ikâ foster-sister; -î, f. id. in Sanskrit

dhattûra white thorn-apple (datura alba); n. its fruit; n. gold. in Sanskrit

dhâtu-kusala skilled in metallurgy; -kriyâ, f. metallurgy; -garbha-kumbha, m. ash-pot; -ghoshâ, f. T. of a work on verbal roots; -kûrna, n. mineral powder; -pâtha, m. list of verbal roots (ascribed to Pânini); -mat, a. containing elements; abounding in mi in Sanskrit

dhâtu̮âkara mineral mine. in Sanskrit

dhau-ta √2. dhâv; n. washing. in Sanskrit

dhauk-ana offering, present. in Sanskrit

dhaur-eya standing at the head of (g. or --°): -ka, m. beast of burden, horse. in Sanskrit

dhaur-gata (î) belonging to Siva (Dhurgati). in Sanskrit

dhaurt-ya fraud, roguery. in Sanskrit

dhav-á man; husband; lord; a shrub. in Sanskrit

dhâv-aka washerman; N. of an author. in Sanskrit

dhâv-ana 1. running, galoping; attack; 2. washing; rubbing. in Sanskrit

dhav-í-tra [√dhû] fan, (leather) flap or whisk. in Sanskrit

dhâv-in 1. running (--°); 2. washing (--°). in Sanskrit

dhava-la dazzling white; m. N.; n. N. of a city: -giri, m. Dolaghir, N. of a mountain (White Mountain); -griha, n. upper storey (so called because painted white); -tâ, f., -tva, n. whiteness; -paksha, m. (white-winged) goose: -vihamgama, m. swan; -mukha, in Sanskrit

dhaval-i-man whiteness; brilliance; pureness. in Sanskrit

dhâval-ya whiteness. in Sanskrit

dhavalâ-ya P. become or look dazzling white: pp. dhavalâyita. in Sanskrit

dhavala-ya P. whiten; illumine: pp. dhavalita, whitened; illumined. in Sanskrit

dhavalî white cow; white hair. in Sanskrit

dhay-a sucking, sipping (--°, g.). in Sanskrit

dhây-yâ additional verse (in a litany). in Sanskrit

dhâya layer. in Sanskrit

dhâ̮ana --°, containing; n. receptacle; abode, seat; î, f. id. in Sanskrit

dhé-nâ milch cow: pl. libations of milk. in Sanskrit

dhe-nú yielding milk; f. milch cow, cow; fig. earth: pl. milk. in Sanskrit

dhe-ya that is created; n. assignment etc. of (--°). in Sanskrit

dheṅka î, f. kind of dance. in Sanskrit

dhénu-kâ milch cow. in Sanskrit

dhenu-mát yielding milk; containing the word ʻdhenu.ʼ in Sanskrit

dhenu̮anaduhá milch cow and bull. in Sanskrit

dhî-mat intelligent, sensible, wise. in Sanskrit

dhî-sakiva councillor, minister. in Sanskrit

dhi-she 2 sg. pr. Â. of √1. dhâ. in Sanskrit

dhi-ta √dhâ and of √dhi. in Sanskrit

dhî-ta √dhe: -rasa, a. whose juice is sucked out. in Sanskrit

dhî-tí thought, conception, meditation; perception; skill; devotion, prayer. in Sanskrit

dhî-van skilful. in Sanskrit

dhî-vara very clever man; fisherman (also -ka, m.); î, f. fisherwoman. in Sanskrit

dhî-vat wise; clever; devout, pious. in Sanskrit

dhig-danda reprimand. in Sanskrit

dhik fie! woe! with nm., vc., g., gnly. ac., sts. aho --, hâ -- (± kashtam), hahâ dhik; dhig astu, shame on --! fie on --! (ac. or g.); dhik kri, reproach (ac.); ridicule, belittle. in Sanskrit

dhik-krita disapprobation, reproaches. in Sanskrit

dhik.h:fie upon it + balam:power or strength in Sanskrit

dhîr-yã prudence, wisdom. in Sanskrit

dhîra-ketas resolute-minded, courageous; 1. -tâ, f., -tva, n. firmness; resoluteness, courage; quiet, silence; 2. -tâ, f. wisdom; -prasânta, pp. deep and yet calm (voice); resolute and quiet (hero); -bhâva, m. steadfastness. in Sanskrit

dhîra-sattva resolute. in Sanskrit

dhîra-ya P. encourage. in Sanskrit

dhish-ánâ vessel used in preparing and drinking Soma; tub, bowl; reason, mind; often fig. of Soma and its effects: du. =heaven and earth; pl. the three worlds, heaven, sky, and earth. in Sanskrit

dhish-ána wise; m. ep. of Brihaspati. in Sanskrit

dhishtya dhishnya. in Sanskrit

dhiyam-dhaN devout; clever. in Sanskrit

dhiyam-ginvá meditationstimulating. in Sanskrit

dhma blowing, m. blower of (only --°). in Sanskrit

dhmâ-tavya to be blown upon or kindled. in Sanskrit

dhmâṅksha crow (probably incorrect for dhvâṅksha). in Sanskrit

dhmâ̮ana inflation, swelling. in Sanskrit

dhobi in Sanskrit

dhola drum. in Sanskrit

dhoranî uninterrupted series. in Sanskrit

dhoti in Sanskrit

dhra (î) bearing (--°)=dhara. in Sanskrit

dhrauv-ya immovableness; permanence; certainty, necessity. in Sanskrit

dhri-t holding, having, bearing (--°). in Sanskrit

dhrí-ti holding fast; standing still; firmness, steadiness; fortitude; constancy; resoluteness; satisfaction, contentment: -m kri, find satisfaction; stand one's ground; -m bandh, direct one's will towards (lc.). in Sanskrit

dhrik (--°) only nm. sg.=dhrit. in Sanskrit

dhrish-nú bold, courageous, daring; doughty, strong, mighty; n. ad. in Sanskrit

dhrísh-ti fire-tongs; f. boldness. in Sanskrit

dhrish-ya liable to be attacked by (g.). in Sanskrit

dhrishnu-yâ boldly, mightily. in Sanskrit

dhrishta-ketu boldness; audacity; -dyumna, m. N. of a son of Drupada. in Sanskrit

Dhrishtaketu in Sanskrit

Dhristadyumna in Sanskrit

dhrita-kanaka-mâla wearing a golden wreath; -kûrkaka, a. wearing a beard; -klesa, a. bearing hardships; -garbhâ, f. a. pregnant; -tâla, m.=vetâla; -danda, a. wielding the rod, punishing; being punished by (in.); -dvaidhî-bhâva, a. being at variance; -dhan in Sanskrit

dhrita̮âtman steadfast. in Sanskrit

dhrita̮utseka haughty. in Sanskrit

dhriti-mat steadfast, firm, resolute; contented, satisfied; -maya, a. (î) consisting of strong will; -mush, a. robbing of steadfastness. in Sanskrit

dhru-vá [√dhri] firm, stable, constant; permanent, perpetual, fixed, immutable; certain, inevitable: -m, ad. certainly, assuredly; m. polar star: personified as the son of Uttânapâda and grandson of Manu. in Sanskrit

dhruva-sîla permanently resident; not changing one's residence; -samdhi, m. N.; -siddhi, m. (sure recovery), N. of a physician. in Sanskrit

dhruvaN sacrificial ladle (the largest of the three kinds). in Sanskrit

DHU DHÛ. in Sanskrit

dhû-li î) dust; dusty ground; pollen: -patala, n. cloud of dust. in Sanskrit

dhû-má smoke, vapour: -ka (--°), m. id. in Sanskrit

dhû-n-ana shaking, wagging (also pl.). in Sanskrit

dhû-na-ya (√dhû) shake, move about. ava, vi, id. in Sanskrit

dhû-nv-at √dhû; m. kind of personification. in Sanskrit

dhû-pa incense, aromatic vapour: -ka, m. id. (gnly. --° a.). in Sanskrit

dhûl-ana covering with dust. in Sanskrit

dhûl-aya dhûlita, bestrewn with (in.). in Sanskrit

dhûlî-maya (î) dusty; -varsha, m. n. shower of dust. in Sanskrit

dhûm-ikâ smoke. in Sanskrit

dhûm-ín smoking: -î, f. N. in Sanskrit

dhûm-rá smoke-coloured, dun, grey; obscured (reason); m. N. in Sanskrit

dhûm-yâ cloud of smoke. in Sanskrit

dhûma-ketana (smoke-bannered), fire; (á)-ketu, a. smoke-betokened, smoke-bannered; m. fire; Agni; comet; N. of a Yaksha; (á)-gandhi, a. smelling of smoke; -graha, m. Râhu; -gâla, m. film of smoke; -dhvaga, m. fire; -pa, a. smoking (a pipe); imbibing only in Sanskrit

dhûma-lekhâ column of smoke; N.; -vat, a. smoking: -tva, n. condition of having smoke; -varti, f. column of smoke; kind of cigarette; -sikhaN, f. column of smoke. in Sanskrit

dhûma-ya dhûmyate, be covered with vapour, be obscured (star): pp. dhûmita. abhi, pp. with dis, f. quarter about to be entered by the sun. pra, pp. enveloped in smoke. in Sanskrit

dhûmâ-ya P. Â. smoke. in Sanskrit

dhûma̮anubandha continuous cloud of smoke. in Sanskrit

dhûma̮udgama ascending smoke; -̮udgâra, m. id.; -̮ûrnâ, f. N. of Yama's wife. in Sanskrit

dhûmra-varna grey-coloured; -sikha, m. N.; -̮aksha, a. grey-eyed. in Sanskrit

dhûmra-ya P. colour grey. in Sanskrit

dhun-î river. in Sanskrit

dhún-i [√dhvan] rushing, roaring, stormy. in Sanskrit

dhuN-ti shaker, agitator. in Sanskrit

dhuna-ya Â. rush along (V.). in Sanskrit

dhundhu -mâra, m. slayer of Dhundhu, ep. of Kuvalayâsva; N. of a son of Trisaṅku. in Sanskrit

dhuNp-i rainy winds. in Sanskrit

dhuNr-ta [√dhvri] cunning, knavish, fraudulent; m. knave, rogue, cheat; gamester; thorn-apple: -ka, a. cunning, fraudulent; m. cheat. in Sanskrit

dhûp-ana fumigation; incense. in Sanskrit

dhûp-in perfuming (--°). in Sanskrit

dhûpa-varti cigarette. in Sanskrit

dhûpâ-ya P. emit smoke; fumigate: pp. dhûpâyita. in Sanskrit

dhûpá-ya P. fumigate, perfume: pp. dhûpita. anu, ava, â, upa, pra, id. in Sanskrit

dhúr yoke resting on the shoulder; load, burden (also fig.); extreme end of the pole; highest position, place of honour, head: lc. in presence of (g.); dhuri yug, appoint to a high position. in Sanskrit

dhûr-dhara chief, leader. in Sanskrit

dhûr-gata standing at the head of, chief of (--°); -gata, m., -gati, m. (having a burden of a top-knot), ep. of Siva. in Sanskrit

dhur-îna chief. in Sanskrit

dhûr-tí injury, hurt. in Sanskrit

dhúr-ya trained to bear burdens, fit for yoking; first, best; m. chief (of, g., --°); an adept in (g. or --°); beast of burden; one able to bear the burden of (--°): -tâ, f. service. in Sanskrit

dhúra burden; â, f. id.; pole. in Sanskrit

dhuram-dhara bearing a burden, fitted for yoking to (--°); succouring (g.); m. chief (of, g. or --°). in Sanskrit

dhûrta-kitava gambler; -karita, n. pl. roguish pranks; n. T. of a work; -tâ, f., -tva, n. roguery; -traya, n. trio of swindlers; -mandala, n. gambler's circle; -rakanâ, f. roguish trick. in Sanskrit

DHURV DHÛRV. in Sanskrit

dhûs-ara [√dhvas] dust-coloured, grey (-tva, n. abst. n.): -ka, m. N. of a jackal. in Sanskrit

dhûs-tunda extreme end of the pole. in Sanskrit

dhûsar-i-man dust-colour. in Sanskrit

dhûsar-ita made grey. in Sanskrit

dhustûra thorn-apple. in Sanskrit

dhúv-ana shaking; place of execution. in Sanskrit

dhvag-á banner, flag, ensign; token, symbol; liquor-seller's sign: -pata, m. flag; -yashti, f. flag-staff; -vat, a. adorned with flags; branded; m. distiller, liquor-seller; standard-bearer. in Sanskrit

dhvag-in adorned with a flag, bearing a standard; branded; m. distiller, publican. in Sanskrit

dhvaga̮âhrita taken at the standard, captured on the battle-field. in Sanskrit

dhvagin-î army. in Sanskrit

dhvams-á decay; loss; destruction, ruin, demolition: -ka, a. destroying (--°); -kârin, a. causing the destruction of (--°); violating (a woman). in Sanskrit

dhvams-ana destruction; -in, a. perishing; destroying. in Sanskrit

dhvân-a murmuring; sound. in Sanskrit

dhvan-ana sounding; allusion, indication. in Sanskrit

dhvan-í sound; cry; noise; thunder; figurative style; allusion, indication; -ita, pp. n. sound; noise; thunder. in Sanskrit

dhvân-ta darkness (also pl.). in Sanskrit

dhvaNṅksha crow. in Sanskrit

dhvanya̮âtmaka inarticulate (sound). in Sanskrit

dhvas-irá bestrewn, covered; dusty, obscured; -ti, f. disappearance; one of the four states of a Yogin in which all the consequences of actions disappear; -ra, a. withered; falling off. in Sanskrit

dhyâ-tavya to be thought of or meditated on; n. impl. one should think: -tva, n. abst. n.; -tri, m. one who reflects, thinker. in Sanskrit

dhyâma fragrant grass. in Sanskrit

dhyân-ika proceeding from religious meditation; -in, a. devoted to religious meditation. in Sanskrit

dhyana and samadhi taken together in Sanskrit

dhyâta-mâtra̮âgata coming as soon as only thought of, -̮upagâmin, a. id. in Sanskrit

dhyâta̮upanata present as soon as thought of; -̮upasthita, pp. id. in Sanskrit

dhyây-am pondering (ac.). in Sanskrit

dhyây-in lost in thought. in Sanskrit

dhyâ̮ana meditation; religious contemplation: -tatpara, a. lost in thought; -dhîra, a. absorbed in thought; -para, a. id.; -yoga, m. deep meditation, religious absorption; -vat, a. devoted to religious meditation; -sthita, pp. absorbed in thought. in Sanskrit

dhye-ya to be meditated on; to be thought of as (nm.). in Sanskrit

di-dhak-shâ desire to burn; -shu, des. a. wishing to burn or destroy. in Sanskrit

di-dhi-shú wishing to obtain; courting; m. suitor, husband; ŭ̂, f. woman remarried; unmarried woman having a younger married sister: (û)-pati, m. husband of a (brother's) widow; husband of a woman married after her younger sister. in Sanskrit

dî-div-i shining. in Sanskrit

di-drik-shâ desire to see. in Sanskrit

di-drík-shu desirous to see, examine, or inspect (ac.). in Sanskrit

di-dyút flashing; f. missile; Indra's thunderbolt. in Sanskrit

dî-na flight. in Sanskrit

dî-ná scanty; weak; wretched, miserable, pitiful: -m, ad. -ly; n. wretchedness. in Sanskrit

di-ta √2. dâ and √3. dâ. in Sanskrit

diagram in Sanskrit

dialouge in Sanskrit

diamond in Sanskrit

dictionary in Sanskrit

did in Sanskrit

did they do in Sanskrit

diddâ -kshema, m. ep. of Kshema-gupta; -pâla, m. N.; -pura, n. N. of a city; -svâmin, m. N. of a temple. in Sanskrit

dîdhi̮âna dîdhi) looking towards. in Sanskrit

didî √2. dî. in Sanskrit

died in Sanskrit

dies in Sanskrit

difference in Sanskrit

difference in seeing in Sanskrit

difference/otherness/duality in Sanskrit

differences in Sanskrit

different in Sanskrit

different paths in Sanskrit

Difficult in Sanskrit

difficult to curb in Sanskrit

difficult to obtain in Sanskrit

difficult to see in Sanskrit

difficulties in Sanskrit

dig-adhipa regent of a quarter; -anta, m. end of the horizon, end of the world, extreme distance; -antara, n. another region; foreign parts; a particular quarter (w. paskimetara, the east): pl. all the quarters; -ambara, a. clad with the quarters only, st in Sanskrit

dig-ambara-tva nakedness. in Sanskrit

dig-bhâga point of the compass; -vadhû, f.=dik-kanyâ; -vasana, n. nakedness; -vârana, m. elephant of the quarters; -vâsas, a. clad in the quarters, stark naked; -vigaya, m. conquest in all directions, world conquest; -vibhâga, m. point of the compass, qua in Sanskrit

dig-dha √dih; m. poisoned arrow. in Sanskrit

dig-gaga elephant of the quarters; -gaya, m. conquest of the world; -dâha, m. preternatural redness of the horizon; -devatâ, f. deity of a quarter; -desa, m. remote region. in Sanskrit

dik-kanyâ quarter of the sky as a maiden; -karin, m. elephant of the quarters (supporting the earth at one of the four or eight points of the compass); -kântâ, -kâminî, f. quarter of the sky as a maiden; -kakra, n. horizon: -vâla, n. surrounding horizon; in Sanskrit

dîksh-aN consecration; (undergoing) a religious observance for a particular purpose; solemn preparation; devotion to (--°); first acquaintance with (--°); personified as wife of Soma. in Sanskrit

dîksh-ana consecration; -anîya, fp. relating to consecration; -ayi-tri, m. consecrator. in Sanskrit

dîksh-itá consecrated or prepared for (in., d., --°); often at beg. and end of names: -m kri, initiate; -vimitá, n. hut for those to be consecrated for the Soma rite. in Sanskrit

dîkshâ-guru teacher initiating in (--°); -pâla, m. guardian of consecration, ep. of Agni and Vishnu. in Sanskrit

dillî Delhi, N. of a city. in Sanskrit

dimbha (new-born) child, boy; ignoramus. in Sanskrit

diminishing pains in Sanskrit

diminution in Sanskrit

diṅ-nâga elephant of the quarters; -nâtha, m. regent of a quarter; -mandala, n. circle of the quarters, horizon; -mâtaṅga, m. elephant of the quarters; -mâtra, n. mere indication, mere example; -mukha, n. point of the compass; place, location; -moha, m. b in Sanskrit

dina+yAminI in Sanskrit

dîna-ka very pitiful: -m, ad.; -kitta, a. dejected, miserable; -ketana, a. id.; -tâ, f. scantiness; weakness; (á)-daksha, a. dull-witted; -dâsa, m. a Sûdra N.; -dîna, a. being in a most wretched plight; -manas, -mânasa, a. sad-hearted, sorrowful; -rûpa, a in Sanskrit

dina̮âgama day-break; -̮âdi, m. id.; -̮adhinâtha, m. sun; -̮adhîsa, m. sun; -̮anta, m. evening; -̮ardha, midday; -̮avasâna, n. close of day, evening. in Sanskrit

dîna̮âsya sad-faced. in Sanskrit

dina̮îsa sun; -̮îsvara, m. id. in Sanskrit

dina̮udaya day-break. in Sanskrit

dindima drum; m. murmuring; a. humming. in Sanskrit

dining room in Sanskrit

dinnâ-grâma village. in Sanskrit

dîp-a lamp, lantern: -ka, a. inflaming; illuminating; m. lamp. in Sanskrit

dîp-ana (î) inflaming, exciting; promoting digestion; n. setting on fire; illuminating. in Sanskrit

dîp-ikâ lamp; often --° in titles of books: -dhârinî, f. female lamp-bearer. in Sanskrit

dîp-in inflaming, kindling (--°). in Sanskrit

dîp-ra shining, radiant. in Sanskrit

dip-sú wishing to harm (√dabh). in Sanskrit

dîp-ti radiance; brilliance, grace; N. of a god (one of the Visvedevas). in Sanskrit

dîpa-pâdapa lamp (stand); -bhâgana, n. lamp; -mâlâ, f. row of lamps; -mâlikâ, f. id.; -varti, f. lamp-wick. in Sanskrit

dîpa̮âloka lamp-light; -̮âvali, f. row of lamps. in Sanskrit

dîpta-kirana hot-rayed. in Sanskrit

dîpta̮amsu sun; -̮aksha, a. (î) having flaming eyes; m. N. of an owl. in Sanskrit

dîpta̮ogas of fervent energy; hot-blooded. in Sanskrit

dîpti-mat radiant, brilliant. in Sanskrit

direct evidence in Sanskrit

directed in Sanskrit

Direction in Sanskrit

Directional strength in Sanskrit

directly in Sanskrit

directly manifested in Sanskrit

director in Sanskrit

dîrgh-ikâ oblong pond. in Sanskrit

dîrghá long (in space and time): -m, ad.; m. long vowel. in Sanskrit

dîrgha-karna Long-ear, N. of a cat; -kâlam, ac. ad. for a long time; -gaṅgha, m. Long-shanks, N. of a Yaksha; -gîvin, a. long-lived; -tapas, m. N. of a Rishi; (á)tamas, m. N. of a sage; -tâ, f. length; -tva, n. id.; -tîkshna-mukha, a. (î) having a long an in Sanskrit

dîrghaN-dhî of far-reaching care. in Sanskrit

dîrgha̮aksha long-eyed. in Sanskrit

dîrgha̮âyu long-lived: -tvá, n. longevity; a◡́âyus, a. long-lived. in Sanskrit

dîrgha̮ukkhvâsam with a deep sigh. in Sanskrit

dirtiness in Sanskrit

dís-ya belonging or referring to the quarters or horizon; foreign (ware). in Sanskrit

disabled in Sanskrit

disappearance in Sanskrit

disappearing in Sanskrit

disassociated in Sanskrit

discard it at a long distance in Sanskrit

discernment in Sanskrit

disciple in Sanskrit

disciple+am+I in Sanskrit

disciples in Sanskrit

discipline in Sanskrit

disciplined course in Sanskrit

discloses in Sanskrit

discovery in Sanskrit

discrepancies in Sanskrit

discs in Sanskrit

disease in Sanskrit

disease-free in Sanskrit

diseaselessness in Sanskrit

dish in Sanskrit

dish-ta √dis; n. direction, order; destiny, fate; place designated: -para, a. trusting to fate; m. fatalist; -bhâva, m. destined state, death; -̮anta, m. destined end, death. in Sanskrit

dish-ti direction, order; luck: only in. dishtyâ, by good luck=ij. thank heaven! in Sanskrit

dishonoured in Sanskrit

dishti-vriddhi congratulation. in Sanskrit

disk in Sanskrit

diskette in Sanskrit

dispel in Sanskrit

dispelled in Sanskrit

disposing in Sanskrit

disruption of intelligence in Sanskrit

dissolution in Sanskrit

distraction in Sanskrit

distress in Sanskrit

Distress. Usually caused by Combust position of planet in Sanskrit

distressed in Sanskrit

distribution (of various limbs in Sanskrit

district in Sanskrit

disturbance in Sanskrit

dit-sâ desire to give; -sú, des. a. willing to give, grant, or perform. in Sanskrit

ditya-váh -vât) two-year-old bull; dityauhî, f. two-year-old cow. in Sanskrit

div-á heaven; day, only in dive dive, day by day. in Sanskrit

dîv-ana playing with dice. in Sanskrit

dív-as-a heaven, day. in Sanskrit

div-yá celestial; divine; magical; heavenly; magnificent; n. the divine (pl. the heavens); ordeal, oath. in Sanskrit

dívâ by day: sts. subject of a sentence or °--,=day. in Sanskrit

divâ-bhîta owl; thief. in Sanskrit

divâ-kará (day-maker), sun; -kîrti, m. Kandâla (so called because allowed to appear in public only during the day-time); -kîrtyã, a. to be recited by day; n. certain chants; m. Kandâla; -kara, a. going about by day; -kârin, a. id. in Sanskrit

divâ-naktam by day and night; -nidrâ, f. sleeping by day; -nisam, ad. day and night. in Sanskrit

divâ-râtram by day and night; -saya, a. sleeping by day: -tâ, f. abst. n.; -svapna, m. n. sleeping by day. in Sanskrit

divâ-tana (î) diurnal. in Sanskrit

divam-gama going or leading to heaven. in Sanskrit

divas-pati Indra or Vishnu. in Sanskrit

divasa-kara (day-maker), sun; -kshaya, m. decline of day, evening; -kara, a. moving by day (animal); -nâtha, m. (lord of day), sun; -bhartri, m. id.; -mukha, n. day-break; -vâra, m. week-day; -vigama, m. decline of day; -vyâpâra, m. daily functions (such in Sanskrit

divasa̮îsvara (lord of day), sun. in Sanskrit

diva̮âdi morning. in Sanskrit

diva̮andha blind by day; m. owl. in Sanskrit

divâ̮atithi guest arriving by day. in Sanskrit

diva̮okas heaven-dweller, god. in Sanskrit

divert/recreate in Sanskrit

divi-gata celestial; -kara, a. moving in heaven; -kârin, a. id.; m. celestial. in Sanskrit

divi-shád dwelling in heaven; m. god: -adhvan, m. path of the gods, sky. in Sanskrit

divided in Sanskrit

divine in Sanskrit

divine power in Sanskrit

divira scribe. in Sanskrit

division in Sanskrit

Divisional or Harmonic Charts in Sanskrit

divya-kriyâ employment of an ordeal; -kakshus, n. divine eye transcending time and space; a. having a divine eye, for (--°); -gñâna, a. possessed of divine knowledge; -tâ, f. divine nature; -darsin, -dris, a. having a divine eye transcending time and spac in Sanskrit

divya̮âkriti of divine form, divinely beautiful; -̮aṅganâ, f. divine woman, Apsaras; -̮aushadha, n. magical spell or potion. in Sanskrit

do in Sanskrit

do achieve in Sanskrit

do affect in Sanskrit

do bind in Sanskrit

do I desire in Sanskrit

do I foresee in Sanskrit

do I know in Sanskrit

do I wish in Sanskrit

Do not in Sanskrit

do not understand in Sanskrit

do perfectly in Sanskrit

do we describe in Sanskrit

do we know in Sanskrit

doctor in Sanskrit

doctrines in Sanskrit

does in Sanskrit

does hear in Sanskrit

does know in Sanskrit

does not know in Sanskrit

does not marry in Sanskrit

does not wear in Sanskrit

does remain still in Sanskrit

does take place in Sanskrit

dog in Sanskrit

dog-dhavya to be milked; -dhukâma, a. eager to milk, i. e. plunder (ac.); -dhrí, m. milker; -dhrî, a. f. giving milk; f. milch cow; -dhra, n. milk-pail. in Sanskrit

dóh-a milking, yielding (--°); m. milking; milk; profiting by (--°). in Sanskrit

doh-ána yielding milk; n. milking; milk-pail (also î, f.). in Sanskrit

dóh-as milking. in Sanskrit

doh-sâlin strong-armed. in Sanskrit

dóh-ya to be milked; n. milkgiving animal. in Sanskrit

dohad-in having a violent longing for (lc., --°). in Sanskrit

dohada dau(r)hrida] longing of pregnant women; violent desire, for (lc., --°); longing of plants for the touch of a beautiful maiden which elicits their blossoms: -duhkha-sîla, a. suffering from morbid longing during pregnancy: -tâ, f. morbid condition of in Sanskrit

doing in Sanskrit

doing anything in Sanskrit

doing yAga or yagya or sacrifice? in Sanskrit

dol-a swinging; (m.) â, f. swing, often as symbol of doubt; dooly, bamboo litter (carried on four men's shoulders). in Sanskrit

dolâ-ya Â. sway like a swing; fluctuate, waver, be in doubt: pp. dolâyita, swaying to and fro. in Sanskrit

dolâ-yuddha wavering battle; -̮ârûdha, pp. sitting in a dooly; seated on a swing: ±iva=doubtful as to (--°). in Sanskrit

dolâ̮utsava swinging festival. in Sanskrit

doll in Sanskrit

domba low-caste musician: î, f. kind of play. in Sanskrit

dome in Sanskrit

Don't+go in Sanskrit

donate in Sanskrit

donation in Sanskrit

done in Sanskrit

done by human in Sanskrit

done only for the sake of Yajna in Sanskrit

donkey in Sanskrit

door in Sanskrit

doorbell in Sanskrit

doors of apalace in Sanskrit

doorstep in Sanskrit

dor-mûla arm-pit. in Sanskrit

dormitory in Sanskrit

dós fore-arm; arm. in Sanskrit

dosh-a defect, blemish, failing; bad quality or condition, taint; fault; transgression, crime, sin, guilt, vice; harm, damage, injury; evil; bad consequence; morbid affection, disorder, disease; bodily humour (there are three such, phlegm, bile, and wind, in Sanskrit

dosh-aN evening, darkness: -m, in. aN, in the evening, at night. in Sanskrit

dosh-án fore-arm; arm. in Sanskrit

dosh-ás evening, darkness. in Sanskrit

dosh-in guilty of a transgression. in Sanskrit

dosh-mat strong-armed, brave. in Sanskrit

doshâ-kara (night-maker), moon. in Sanskrit

dosha-kara harmful, injurious to (g.); -guna, n. sg. faults and merits; -gunin, a. possessed of faults and merits: (-i)-tva, n. abst. n.; -gña, a. knowing the faults of (--°); knowing what is hurtful, wise; -tva, n. faultiness, defectiveness. in Sanskrit

dosha-la corrupt, spoilt. in Sanskrit

dosha-phala effect of sin; a. sinful; -maya, a. consisting of faults. in Sanskrit

doshâ-ramana moon. in Sanskrit

doshâ-tana belonging to the evening, nocturnal. in Sanskrit

dóshâ-vastar illuminer of gloom (RV.). in Sanskrit

dosha-vat faulty, defective, blemished; guilty; blamable, sinful; detrimental. in Sanskrit

doshâ-ya Â. become or appear like a fault. in Sanskrit

dosha̮akshara accusation, reproach. in Sanskrit

doubt in Sanskrit

doubts in Sanskrit

dove in Sanskrit

dovetailed in Sanskrit

down in Sanskrit

dr-ú [splitting: √dri] wood; wooden implement; *m. tree; branch. in Sanskrit

drádh-as garment. in Sanskrit

dradh-i-man firmness; resolution; confirmation; -ishtha, spv. (of dridha) very firm. in Sanskrit

dradha-ya P. fasten, strengthen; confirm; restrain. in Sanskrit

drâgh-i-mán length; -ishtha, spv., -îyas, cpv. of dîrgha. in Sanskrit

drâgha-ya P. prolong; delay. in Sanskrit

drâk drâ̮añk, running towards], instantly. in Sanskrit

drâksha made of grapes. in Sanskrit

drâkshâ vine; grape: -rasa, m. grape-juice. in Sanskrit

draṅga town. in Sanskrit

drap-sá [flowing: from drap, cs. of √drâ, run], drop; spark; moon (drop in the sky); banner. in Sanskrit

drash-távya to be seen, visible; that must be seen; to be recognised; to be regarded as (nm.); to be investigated or tried (suit). in Sanskrit

draupadî Krishnâ, wife of the five Pândus; e-ya, m. pl. the sons of Draupadî. in Sanskrit

drav-á running; fluid; feeling, tender; dripping or overflowing with (--°); m. swift motion, flight; fluidity; fluid, juice; -ana, n. running; melting. in Sanskrit

drâv-ana putting to flight; n. id. in Sanskrit

drav-át (pr. pt. of √dru) swiftly. in Sanskrit

drâv-ay-i-tnú melting. in Sanskrit

drav-i-tnú swift. in Sanskrit

dráv-ina movable goods, property; wealth, money; strength, might. in Sanskrit

drava-rá running swiftly. in Sanskrit

drava-tâ wetness; fluidity; fusibility; -tva-ka, n. fluidity; fusibility; -dravya, n. fluid matter; -maya, a. fluid. in Sanskrit

drâvayát-sakha speeding his companion, i. e. his rider. in Sanskrit

drâvida (î) Dravidian; m. country of the Dravidians: pl. the Dravidians; î, f. Dravidian woman. in Sanskrit

dravina-râsi heap of money or valuables; -̮adhipati, m. lord of treasures, Kubera; -̮îsvara, m. possessor of wealth. in Sanskrit

dravya̮âgama acquisition of property; -̮âtmaka, a. substantial, material; -̮âsrita, pp. connected with matter. in Sanskrit

drawer in Sanskrit

drawing brush in Sanskrit

drawing room in Sanskrit

dreadful in Sanskrit

dream) in Sanskrit

dreaming in Sanskrit

Drekkana in Sanskrit

dreshhkaaNa in Sanskrit

dress in Sanskrit

dress made of bark? in Sanskrit

drí-ti skin; bellows; hose. in Sanskrit

dridha √drimh; n. firm or immovable object; fastness; -kârin, a. persevering. in Sanskrit

dridha-dasyu -dhanvan, a. having a stiff bow; -dhriti, a. strong-willed; -prahâri-tâ, f. hardness of hitting; -bhakti, a. firm in devotion to (lc.); -mati, a. firmly resolved; -mushti, m. tight fist; a. close-fisted. in Sanskrit

dridha-tâ firmness (-- vapushi, robust health); firm adherence to (lc.); perseverance; -tva, n. id.: -m gam, prove firm. in Sanskrit

dridha-vapus of robust health; -vrata, a. constant to one's vow; of unswerving purpose; firmly insisting on (lc.), faithfully devoted to (--°). in Sanskrit

dridha-ya P. establish; confirm. in Sanskrit

dridha̮âyudha having a hard missile. in Sanskrit

dridhî-karana confirmation; -kâra, m. id. in Sanskrit

dries in Sanskrit

drig-anta outer corner of the eye; -gokara, m. range of vision, horizon; -bhakti, f. amatory glance; -rudh, a. obstructing the gaze. in Sanskrit

DRIH DRIMH. in Sanskrit

drik-khattra eye-lid; -patha, m. range of the eye: -m i, become visible; -pâta, m. glance. in Sanskrit

drik-samgama sight of and meeting with (g.). in Sanskrit

drik-sha (--°) -looking, -like. in Sanskrit

drink in Sanskrit

drinkers of soma juice in Sanskrit

drinking in Sanskrit

drís (nm. drik) seeing, beholding; f. N. id. (d. drisé, for beholding); eye; view, theory; --° a. look, appearance. in Sanskrit

dris-a (î, f.) sight, look, appearance (--°). in Sanskrit

dris-i seeing, beholding; faculty of seeing, intuition, vision: d. drisáye=inf. for beholding. in Sanskrit

dris-îkaN appearance. in Sanskrit

dris-van having seen, conversant with (--°). in Sanskrit

dris-ya visible, to (in., g., --°); to be looked at; worthy to be seen, splendid: -tâ, f., -tva, n. visibility. in Sanskrit

drish-ta √dris; n. perception: -karman, a. whose deeds have been seen, tried practically; -tva, n. having been seen, occurrence; -dosha, a. whose sins have been exposed; formerly convicted; recognised as sinful (action); -nashta, pp. having appeared and d in Sanskrit

drísh-ti seeing, looking at (g.), beholding; vision, eyesight; intelligence; eye; pupil of the eye; glance, look; regard; opinion: -m dâ, direct the gaze towards (lc.). in Sanskrit

drishád rock, large stone; (nether) millstone. in Sanskrit

drishad-asman upper (smaller) millstone; -upala, n. sg. & du., aN, f. du. the two millstones, -a̮ulûkhala, n. millstone and mortar. in Sanskrit

drishad-vat-î (Rocky), N. of a river. in Sanskrit

drishan-nau boat of stone. in Sanskrit

drishat-kana pebble. in Sanskrit

drishta̮adrishta visible and invisible; relating to this life and the next; -̮anta, m. (non plus ultra of experience), model, pattern; precedent; illustration; example; a. serving as a pattern; -̮artha, a. whose object or aim is clear; serving as a model; in Sanskrit

drishta̮utsâha whose steady advance is seen. in Sanskrit

drishti-kshepa rolling the eyes, looking about; -gokara, m. range of vision; -dâna, n. bestowal of a look, showing oneself; -nipâta, m. cast of a look, glance; -patha, m. range of vision; -pâta, m. cast of a look, glance: na tasya drishtipâte=do not show in Sanskrit

drishti̮agokara being beyond the range of vision. in Sanskrit

drisi-mat seeing. in Sanskrit

driven by greed for royal happiness in Sanskrit

driver in Sanskrit

drog-dhávya injury should be done to (d., lc.); -dhri, m. injurer, illwisher, foe. in Sanskrit

droh-a injury, treachery, perfidy: -para, a. full of enmity, malignant; -bhâva, m. malice; -vritti, a. acting maliciously, malevolent. in Sanskrit

droh-in injuring; malicious, perfidious (with g. or --°). in Sanskrit

dron-ikâ trough; -î, f. id., bath; valley. in Sanskrit

Drona in Sanskrit

dróna trough, tub; a measure of capacity (=4 âdhakas); m. kind of cloud abounding in water (like a trough); N. of the preceptor of the Kurus and Pândavas in the art of war; N. of a Brâhman. in Sanskrit

drona-kalasá wooden Somavat; -vrishti, f. rain as from a trough; -̮âsa, m. trough-mouth, kind of demon of disease. in Sanskrit

Dronacarya in Sanskrit

drop in Sanskrit

dropped off in Sanskrit

dru-ghaná [wooden striker], (wooden) club; -ghnî, f. wood-chopper. in Sanskrit

dru-ma tree: -maya, a. wooden; -vat, a. abounding in trees, wooded; -̮agra, m. n. tree-top. in Sanskrit

dru-padá wooden column, post; m. N. of a king of the Pâñkâlas; â, f. N. of a verse in the TB. (II, vi, 6, 3). in Sanskrit

dru-tá run away, fled; swift; rapidly uttered; melted, liquid; wet with (--°): -m, ad. quickly, instantly, -taram, ad. more quickly; as quickly as possible. in Sanskrit

dru-ti melting, emotion. in Sanskrit

drug-dhá √druh. in Sanskrit

drúh dhruk) injuring, betraying (--°, g.); m. f. injurer, avenger, fiend; f. injury. in Sanskrit

druhina Brahma, Vishnu, Siva. in Sanskrit

drum in Sanskrit

drumâ-ya Â. pass for a tree. in Sanskrit

drunk in Sanskrit

Drupada in Sanskrit

druta-gati swift-paced, hasty; -tara-gati, a. moving faster; -tva, n. melting, emotion; -pada, n. ad. with swift steps, hastily; n. a metre (swift-paced); -vilambita, n. a metre (fast and slow). in Sanskrit

dry in Sanskrit

drying up in Sanskrit

du-dhruk-shu wishing to hurt, treacherously inclined. in Sanskrit

du-dhuk-shu wishing to milk. in Sanskrit

dû-na √du. in Sanskrit

dû-rá distant, remote; long; far (from, ab., g.); n. distance (of time and space): °-- and -m, far away; high up; deep; highly, very, altogether; -m kri, distance, surpass (ac.); -m tyag (and similar verbs)=avoid carefully; in. (e-na), far away; from afar in Sanskrit

dû-rada difficult to scratch, hard. in Sanskrit

dû-rakshya hard to guard. in Sanskrit

dû-tá messenger, envoy: -ka, m. id.; -karman, n. condition or function of a messenger or envoy; -tva, n. office of a messenger or envoy; -mukha, a. having messengers as his mouthpiece. in Sanskrit

dual in Sanskrit

duality in Sanskrit

duck in Sanskrit

dúdhi impetuous, wild. in Sanskrit

dûdhî [dur-dhî] ill-disposed. in Sanskrit

dudhrá impetuous, wild. in Sanskrit

due to being subtle in Sanskrit

due to being transcendental in Sanskrit

due to eternity in Sanskrit

due to fruitive activities in Sanskrit

due to ignorance in Sanskrit

due to non-determination in Sanskrit

due to unintelligence in Sanskrit

dug-dhá √duh; n. milk; sap. in Sanskrit

dugdha-da yielding milk; -̮abdhi, m. ocean of milk. in Sanskrit

dugh-a milking, yielding (--°); dúghâ, f. milch cow. in Sanskrit

duh-a milking, yielding (--°). in Sanskrit

duh-khá unpleasant, fraught with hardship, wretched; n. pain, hardship, misery, suffering: -m, in., ab., °-, with difficulty, scarcely, hardly, reluctantly; -m âs, stand sorrowfully. in Sanskrit

duh-krita dush-krita. in Sanskrit

duh-sala Hard-to-curb, N. of a son of Dhrita-râshtra; -sikshita, pp. ill-instructed; uneducated, ill-bred; -sishya, m. bad pupil; -sîla, a. having bad habits or a bad character, wicked: -tâ, f. bad character, wickedness; -sîla-kitta, a. wicked-minded; -sé in Sanskrit

duh-samdhâna hard to put together, unite, or reconcile; -sampâda, a. hard to reach; -- manage; -saha, a. hard to bear, unendurable; irresistible: -tara, cpv. more dangerous still (poison); -sâdhya, fp. hard to accomplish; -- get the better of; -- restore. in Sanskrit

duh-samlakshya hard to perceive; -samskâra, m. pl. bad habits; -saṅga, m. bad inclination; -samkâra, a. hard to traverse, impervious; -samkintya, fp. hard to conceive. in Sanskrit

duh-sháma bad year; -shtuta, n. wrong treatment of the stotra; -shvápnya, n. bad dream, uneasy sleep. in Sanskrit

duh-stha faring ill, badly off, wretched, sad; -sthita, pp. id.; -sthiti, f. bad plight; -sparsa, a. hard or unpleasant to touch; -sprisa, a. id.; -smara, a. unpleasant to remember; -svapna, m. bad dream: -darsana, n. bad vision in sleep. in Sanskrit

duhkh-in suffering; afflicted. in Sanskrit

duhkh-ita suffering, afflicted, distressed. in Sanskrit

duhkha-kara afflicting (g.); -gata, n. adversity, misfortune; -graha, a. hard to comprehend; -kkhedya, fp. hard to destroy; -gîvin, a. living in distress; -tara, cpv. more unpleasant or distressing; n. greater affliction, hardship, or evil; -tâ, f. discom in Sanskrit

duhkha-moha despair. in Sanskrit

duhkhâ-ya Â. feel pain; be afflicted. in Sanskrit

duhkha-ya P. afflict, distress (ac.). in Sanskrit

duhkha-yantra torture; -yoga, m. infliction of pain; -vega, m. violent pain; -sîla, a. whose character is difficult to deal with, hard to please, exacting; -sparsa, a. unpleasant to the touch; -han, a. destroying misery. in Sanskrit

duhkha̮âkara multitude of afflictions. in Sanskrit

duhkha̮âkula sorrowful; -̮anta, m. end of suffering; final liberation. in Sanskrit

duhkha̮ârta distressed. in Sanskrit

duhkha̮upaghâta violent pain; -̮upakarya, a. hard to get on with, difficult to please; -upasamana, n. alleviative of pain, anodyne. in Sanskrit

duhkhi-tâ suffering, affliction, distress. in Sanskrit

duhkhî-ya P. suffer pain, be harassed. in Sanskrit

dukkhúnâ calamity; demon. in Sanskrit

dukûla cloth; garment made of this cloth. in Sanskrit

dundu-bha footless lizard. in Sanskrit

dundubha aquatic animal. in Sanskrit

dundubhí (kettle) drum; î, f. id.: i̮âghâtá, m. drummer. in Sanskrit

duNrvâ millet-grass (panicum dactylon). in Sanskrit

dúr door. in Sanskrit

dur-âkriti mis-shapen, deformed, ugly; -âkranda, a. having bad friends, friendless; -âgama, m. dishonest acquisition; -âkara, a. (î) hard to practise; difficult to treat or cure; -âkâra, m. bad conduct or custom; a. ill-behaved, of bad conduct, impious; - in Sanskrit

dur-anta whose end is hard to find, endless; ending badly: -deva, m. god of what is hard to end, Ganesa; -apavâda, m. slander; -abhiprâya, a. evil-intentioned; -abhibhava, a. hard to overcome or surpass; -abhimânin, a. unpleasantly arrogant; -abhiraksha, in Sanskrit

dur-âsaya having evil thoughts; -âsâ, f. vain --, false hope; despair of (lc.); -âsis, a. having evil wishes or intentions; -âsada, a. hard to approach, dangerous to molest; hard to find; difficult to accomplish. in Sanskrit

dur-atikrama hard to get over, overcome, or escape from; -atyaya, a. id.; -adhiga, a. hard to attain; -adhigama, a. id.; hard to be learned; -adhyaya, a. hard to obtain; -adhyavasâya, m. foolish undertaking; -anushtheya, fp. hard to carry out. in Sanskrit

dur-bala weak; frail, slender, feeble: -tâ, f. -ness, -̮indriya, a. having weak organs; -buddhi, f. mean wit, folly; a. mean-witted, foolish; ill-intentioned; --°, foolishly believing in; -bodha, a. hard to comprehend: -tâ, f. abst. n.; -bodhya, fp. id. in Sanskrit

dur-bhaksha hard to eat; -bhága, a. loathsome, ugly; unpleasant; ill-fated: â, f. ugly woman; -bhaga-tva, n. misfortune; -bhara, a. hard to bear; -- support; -- satisfy; heavily laden with (--°); -bhâgya, a. unfortunate; -bhâsha, a. using bad language; m. in Sanskrit

dur-dama hard to control; -damya, fp. id.; -darsa, a. hard to be seen by (in., g.); unsightly, loathsome; -darsana, a. id.; -dasâ, f. hard lot, misfortune; -dânta, pp. ill-tamed, untamed, unbridled; m. Hard-totame, N. of a lion; -dina, n. dull or rainy da in Sanskrit

dur-dhára hard to bear; irresistible; hard to administer (punishment); inevitable; m. N.; -dhárîtu, a. irresistible; -dharsha, a. hard of access, unapproachable, safe from attack; dangerous; terrible; -dhârya, fp. hard to bear; -- retain; -dhî, a. stupid; in Sanskrit

dur-duhâ hard to milk; -dûra̮anta, a. very long (way); -dris, a. seeing badly; -drisa, a. hard to see; unsightly, loathsome; -drishta, pp. ill-investigated, unjustly decided; -desa, m. inhospitable region; unhealthy --; -daiva, n. ill-fate, misfortune: -v in Sanskrit

dur-gá hard to pass, impassable, inaccessible (to or owing to, --°); m. N.; â, f. N. of Siva's wife; N. of a princess; m. n. difficult road; place inaccessible owing to (--°); shunned spot; difficulty, danger; n. unevenness, height; fastness, stronghold. in Sanskrit

dur-gâdha hard to fathom; -gâdha, a. unfathomable; -gâhya, fp. unfathomable: -tva, n. unfathomableness; -goshthî, f. bad company, secret society, conspiracy; -graha, 1. a. hard to grasp; -- capture; -- conciliate or win; -- comprehend; 2. m. evil demon (o in Sanskrit

dur-gama hard to pass, impassable, inaccessible (on account of, in., --°); hard to attain; -- prove; m. n. difficult position; m. N.: -mârga-nirgamana, a. the way out of which is a difficult path; -gamanîya, fp. hard to pass; -gamya, fp. impassable. in Sanskrit

dur-gana wicked man, scoundrel. in Sanskrit

dur-gandha bad smell; a. malodorous: -tâ, f. bad odour; -gandhi, a. illsmelling, stinking. in Sanskrit

dur-gata faring ill, being in a bad way or in distress, poor: -tâ, f. ill plight, misery, poverty. in Sanskrit

dur-gati distress, misfortune, poverty. in Sanskrit

dur-gaya hard to conquer, -- overcome; -- guard against; -- obtain; m. N. of a Dânava or of a Dânava host; -gara, a. not decaying; hard to digest; -gala, n. bad water; -gâta, pp. miserable, unfortunate; wicked; spurious: w. bhartri, m. paramour; n. misfor in Sanskrit

dur-hanâyú meditating mischief; -hrid, a. bad-hearted; m. enemy. in Sanskrit

dur-îksha hard to see: -tâ, f. abst. n.; -îsa, m. evil master; -îha, a. illintentioned. in Sanskrit

dur-itá faring ill, distress, harm; misdeed, foul means, sin; a. difficult, evil, bad. in Sanskrit

dur-labha hard to obtain; -- find or meet with, rare; dear: -ka, a. dear, -tâ, f., -tva, n. rarity, -vardhana, m. N. of a king of Cashmere: -svâmin, m. N. of a temple built by Durlabhavardhana. in Sanskrit

dur-lakshya uncertain aim; fp. hard to perceive, scarcely visible; -laṅghana, a. hard to surpass; -laṅghya, fp. hard to cross; --infringe or transgress=to be obeyed (command). in Sanskrit

dur-lalita spoiled, wayward; unmannerly; weary of (--°); n. ill habit: -ka, a. wayward; -lasita, pp. id.; -lipi, f. fatal writing (inscribed by fate on the forehead); -lekha, m. id.; -lekhya, n. incorrectly written document. in Sanskrit

dur-manâ-ya Â. be troubled, afflicted, or dejected. in Sanskrit

dur-manushya bad man, villain; -mántu, a. hard to comprehend; -mantra, m. bad advice; -mantrita, pp. ill-advised; n. bad advice; -mantrin, m. bad minister; a. having a bad minister; -mára, a. dying hard; n. it is hard for (in.) to die: -tva, n. dying hard in Sanskrit

dur-mati foolish; ill-disposed (rare); m. fool; miscreant; 1. -mada, m. false pride, overweening self-conceit; 2. -máda, a. intoxicated; extravagant, wild, mad; madly devoted to (--°); -manas, n. wrong-mindedness, delusion; a. dispirited, dejected, sad: - in Sanskrit

dur-naya bad or imprudent behaviour; -nigraha, a. hard to restrain or subdue; -nimita, pp. ill-measured, irregular, faltering (step); -nimitta, n. evil omen; -niyántu, a. hard to restrain; -nirîkshya, fp. hard to look at; hard to be seen by (in., g.); -ni in Sanskrit

dur-ûha hard to comprehend. in Sanskrit

dur-uktá spoken falsely, rashly, or offensively (n. word --); harshly addressed; n. false, rash, or offensive word; -ukti, f. harsh or offensive word; -ukkheda, a. hard to exterminate; -uttara, a. hard to overcome; -utsaha, a. hard to bear; -- resist; -ud in Sanskrit

dur-vaka ill-spoken, abusive (word); hard to answer; -vakana, n. pl. hard words, abuse (Pr.); -vakas, n. id.; stupid words; a. abusive; hard to answer; -vanig, m. rogue of a merchant; -varna, m. bad colour; impurity; (-várna), a. having a bad colour or co in Sanskrit

dúr-ya belonging to the door or house; m., â, f. pl. dwelling. in Sanskrit

dur-yasas dishonour; -yuga, n. evil age; -yoga, m. deceit; transgression; -yoná, n. habitation; -yodhana, a. hard to combat; m. N. of Dhrita-râshtra's eldest son; -yoni, a. of impure extraction, base-born. in Sanskrit

dûrá-âdhî with thoughts far away. in Sanskrit

dûra-darsana to be seen only at a distance by (g.); -darsin, a. far-seeing; -patha, m. long way: -m gata, being a long way off; -pâta, m. distant flight; fall from a great height; -pâtin, a. flying far; far-shooting. in Sanskrit

dûra-ga extending far; distant; -gata, pp. gone far away; -gamana, n. going far away; -gâmin, a. id. in Sanskrit

dûra-pâra whose other bank is distant; -prasârin, a. far-reaching; -bandhu, a. far from one's kin; -bhâva, m. distance; -vartin, a. being far away, distant; going far beyond; -samstha, a. being at a distance; far-removed; -sûrya, a. having the sun a long in Sanskrit

dûra-tara at a great distance; lc. at some distance from (ab.). in Sanskrit

dûra-tás from afar; far off or away, not at hand: -- tyag (and verbs of cognate meaning), keep at a distance; cast altogether aside; -to bhû, keep aloof. in Sanskrit

dûra-tva distance, remoteness. in Sanskrit

dûra̮âgata come from a distance; -̮apeta, pp. far removed=not to be thought of, out of the question: -tva, n. abst. n.; -̮âloka, m. distant view: e sthita, pp. to be seen only from afar. in Sanskrit

dûra̮udâra-karitra being a stranger to noble conduct. in Sanskrit

dûré-anta ending afar off. in Sanskrit

dûre-kara distant; (é)-bhâ, a. shining afar; (é)-heti, a. whose missile reaches far. in Sanskrit

durga-desa impassable region. in Sanskrit

durga-pati commander of a fortress; -pâla, m. id. in Sanskrit

durga-simha -sena, m. N. of an author. in Sanskrit

durganâ-ya Â. be considered a scoundrel. in Sanskrit

during the 4th day in Sanskrit

during the day in Sanskrit

during the day i.e day-by-day in Sanskrit

during the kali age in Sanskrit

durita̮âtman ill-disposed. in Sanskrit

durodara dice-player; die; n. game of dice. in Sanskrit

duroná house, dwelling. in Sanskrit

dûrvâ-vat joined with dûrvâ grass. in Sanskrit

dus- (=dush-) bad; wrong; hard. in Sanskrit

dus-kara hard to traverse; inaccessible; hard to pass (time); difficult to practise: -tva, n. difficulty of practising; -karita, pp. behaving ill, doing ill deeds; n. (dús-), ill-conduct, misdeed, folly; -kárman, a. having a skin disease; -kâritra, a. ill in Sanskrit

dus-tara hard to cross, get over, or overcome, invincible; -tarana, a. (î) id.; -tarkya, fp. hard to guess; -tyaga, a. hard to abandon or renounce: -tâ, f. abst. n. in Sanskrit

dush- (=dus-) bad, ill, hard, un-, dis-. in Sanskrit

dûsh-a defiling (--°); -aka, a. (ikâ) destroying; disfiguring; sullying; falsifying; seducing, violating; corrupting, defiling; transgressing; -ikâ, f. rheum of the eyes. in Sanskrit

dûsh-ana (î) destructive, injurious; defiling, dishonouring (g. or --°); m. N. of a Râkshasa; n. destroying, undoing, ruining; defiling, seducing; adulterating; slandering, detracting; refutation; blemish, fault; guilt, sin: -vâdin, m. opponent (in an arg in Sanskrit

dûsh-i destroying (--°). in Sanskrit

dûsh-in polluting, deflowering (--°). in Sanskrit

dush-kara hard to do, accomplish, or perform; -- endure; difficult; unusual, extraordinary; hard to (inf.); -m yadi, (with ind. or pot.) hardly, scarcely; -m (kriyate) yad, it is no light thing if --: -karman, a. doing what is hard, very clever; -karma-kâ in Sanskrit

dush-karman misdeed; m. illdoer; -kâyastha-kula, n. wretched caste of scribes; -kula, n. base family; a. sprung from a base family; -krít, a. doing ill-deeds; m. evil-doer; (dúsh)-krita, pp. ill-done, wrong, wicked; n. (á) misdeed, sin, guilt. in Sanskrit

dush-parigraha hard to retain; -parihántu, a. hard to remove; -parihara, a. hard to avoid; -pâra, a. hard to cross; -- perform; -pârshni-graha, a. having a bad enemy in the rear, -grâha, a. id.; -pûra, a. hard to fill; -- satisfy; -prakriti, f. low nature in Sanskrit

dush-ta √dush; m. bad man, rogue; n. transgression, guilt: -karitra, a. doing evil; m. evil-doer; -kârin, a., m. id.; -ketas, a. malevolent; -tâ, f. wickedness; defilement; -tva, n. wickedness; wrongness; -dur- gana, m. depraved rogue; -budhi, a. ill-affe in Sanskrit

dush-ti corruptness. in Sanskrit

dûshá-ya P. (E. also Â.) spoil, destroy; falsify; defile, deflower, dishonour; pronounce to be wrong, blame; accuse; intimidate: pp. dûshita, calumniated; exposed; blemished by (--°). ud, calumniate. pra, spoil; defile; calumniate, abuse. prati-pra, pp. d in Sanskrit

dushkrita-karman evildoer; -kârin, a. doing evil deeds; -̮âtman, a. evil-minded, wicked. in Sanskrit

dushmanta Dushyanta. in Sanskrit

dushta̮âtman ill-disposed, malevolent; -̮antarâtman, a. id. in Sanskrit

dustbin in Sanskrit

dût-ikâ female messenger; gobetween: -- vâk, speech betraying (--°). in Sanskrit

dûtî female messenger; go-between, procuress. in Sanskrit

duties prescribed for others in Sanskrit

duty in Sanskrit

dûtyã office of an envoy, message. in Sanskrit

dúv-as honour, worship. in Sanskrit

duvas-yá P. honour, reward. in Sanskrit

duvas-yât (?), RV. I, 165, 14. in Sanskrit

dv-rika stanza of two verses. in Sanskrit

dvâ dva (°--). in Sanskrit

dvá two; ± api, both; dvayoh, in both genders=m. f., or in both numbers=sg. and pl. (lex.). in Sanskrit

dvâ-dasá (î) twelfth; consisting of twelve, having twelve parts; increased by twelve; --°, making twelve with; î, f. twelfth day of the fortnight. in Sanskrit

dvâ-katvârimsat forty-two: -i, f. id.; -trimsá, a. (î) thirty-second; -trimsat, f. thirty-two. in Sanskrit

dva-m-dvá pair, couple, man and wife, male and female; pair of opposites (heat and cold, etc.); quarrel; contest; duel; doubt; copulative or aggregative compound (in which the members are connected in sense with and): -m, in. by twos, in pairs. in Sanskrit

dvâ-pañkâsá (î) fifty-second; -pañkâsat, f. fifty-two. in Sanskrit

dvâ-pára (or á) die or side of die marked with two points; also personified; third cosmic age (lasting 2000 years). in Sanskrit

dvâ-vimsá twenty-second. in Sanskrit

dvaadasha.nsha in Sanskrit

dvâdasa-ka twelfth; consisting of or amounting to twelve; n. twelve; -kapâla, a. distributed in twelve bowls; -dhâ, ad. twelvefold. in Sanskrit

dvâdasa-pada consisting of twelve words; -râtra, n. period of twelve days; -vârshika, a. (î) twelve years old; lasting twelve (years); -vidha, a. twelvefold; -sata, n. 112: î, f. 1200; -sâhasra, a. (î) consisting of 12,000 years. in Sanskrit

dvâdasa̮abda lasting twelve years; -̮ara, a. having twelve spokes; -̮ahá, a. lasting twelve days; m. period of twelve days; a certain twelve days' (Soma) feast. in Sanskrit

dvadasha.nsha and tri.nsha.nsha in Sanskrit

dvâh-stha standing at the door; m. janitor. in Sanskrit

dvai-gâta belonging to or consisting of the twice-born. in Sanskrit

dvai-gun-ya double amount. in Sanskrit

dvai-mâtura having two mothers (real and step-); having different mothers (brothers); -- bhrâtri, m. step-brother; -mâsya, a. lasting two months; -ratha, n. (± yuddha) single combat with chariots; single fight; m. adversary; -râgya, n. dominion divided be in Sanskrit

dvaidha divided; twofold, double: -m, ad. in two parts; n. duality; doubleness; difference; conflict, contradiction; division of forces. in Sanskrit

dvaidhî-bhâva double nature, duality; division of forces; double game, duplicity; uncertainty, doubt. in Sanskrit

dvaip-ya dwelling on or coming from an island. in Sanskrit

dvaipa 1. dwelling on an island (dvîpa); 2. coming from the panther (dvîpin). in Sanskrit

dvaipada consisting of dvipadâs. in Sanskrit

dvaipâyana Islander, ep. of Vyâsa; a. relating to Dvaipâyana. in Sanskrit

dvait-in dualist. in Sanskrit

dvaitá duality; -vâda, m. dualistic doctrine. in Sanskrit

DVAL â, cs. -dvâlaya, P. mix. in Sanskrit

dvamdv-ín forming a pair; contradictory. in Sanskrit

dvamdva-kara living in pairs; m. ruddy goose (v. kakravâka); -bhâva, m. discord; -sas, ad. in pairs; -samprahâra, m. duel with (saha). in Sanskrit

dvaN-dasan (or án) twelve. in Sanskrit

dvaN-saptati seventy-two. in Sanskrit

dvaN-vimsati twenty-two. in Sanskrit

dvaNr door, gate, entrance; egress, opportunity; expedient, way, means: in. dvârâ, by means of, through, by (--°). in Sanskrit

dvaNra effected by: in. (e-na), by (means of), in consequence of (--°). in Sanskrit

dvâr-ya belonging to the door; â, f. door-post. in Sanskrit

dvâra-ka door, gate; --° a. effected by; â, f. City of many gates on the west point of Gujerat, supposed to have been swallowed up by the sea, N. of Krishna's residence. in Sanskrit

dvâra-tâ access: -m gam, become the occasion of (g.) to (g.); -darsin, m. janitor, porter; -nâyaka, m. janitor, chamberlain; -pa, m. janitor; -paksha, m. fold of a door; door: -ka, n. id.: -ubhayatas ka dvârapakshakayoh, on both sides of the door: -patta, in Sanskrit

dvâra̮adhipa janitor, chamberlain. in Sanskrit

dvay-á (î) twofold, of two sorts, double; î, f. pair; two things; n. id. (--° a. f. â); duplicity; masculine and feminine gender (gr.). in Sanskrit

dvaya-hîna of the neuter gender. in Sanskrit

dvaya-sa (î) having the height, depth, or length of, reaching to (--°). in Sanskrit

dvayâ-vín double, dishonest. in Sanskrit

dve-dhâ in two parts, twofold: -krita, pp. broken in two. in Sanskrit

dvedhâ-kriyâ breaking, splitting in two. in Sanskrit

dvésh-a dislike, abhorrence, hatred (of, --°); malice, malignity: -m kri, show one's hatred towards (d., lc.). in Sanskrit

dvesh-ana disliking, hating; n. dislike, hatred, hostility towards (g. or --°); -anîya, fp. hateful. in Sanskrit

dvésh-as abhorrence, hatred; foe. in Sanskrit

dvesh-in disliking, hating, abhorring (g. or --°); seeking to injure; m. foe; -tri, m. hater, enemy. in Sanskrit

dvésh-ya hateful, odious; m. foe: -tâ, f., -tva, n. odiousness. in Sanskrit

dvesha-stha cherishing dislike. in Sanskrit

dvi-dha split, forked. in Sanskrit

dví-dhâ twofold, in two (parts); in two ways: -- kri, divide in two; -- bhû or gam, be divided, break. in Sanskrit

dvi-gá twice-born; m. member of the three upper castes (reborn by investiture); (invested) Brâhman; bird (as being first produced in the egg); tooth (because renewed): -tva, n. state of a Brâhman; -gánman, a. having a double birth or birthplace; m. member in Sanskrit

dvi-gâti having two births; m. member of the three upper castes; esp. Brâhman: -mukhya, m. chief of the twice-born, Brâhman. in Sanskrit

dví-gihva double-tongued (-tâ, f. abst. n.); deceitful; m. serpent. in Sanskrit

dvi-gotra belonging to two families. in Sanskrit

dvi-hâyana (î) two years old; -hîna, pp. (devoid of the two, i. e. of m. and f.), of the neuter gender; n. neuter. in Sanskrit

dvi-karma-ka having two objects, governing two accusatives; -gava, a. yoked with two oxen; -gu, m. numeral compound (the first member being a numeral); (í)guna (or á), a. double, twofold; twice as great or much as (ab., --°); folded double: -tara, cpv. id in Sanskrit

dvi-laksha two hundred thousand yoganas; -lakshana, a. of two descriptions, twofold; -laya, m. (?) double time (in music); -vakana, n. (terminations of the) dual; -varna, a. two-coloured; -varsha, a. two years old; -varshaka, a. (ikâ) id.; -vastra, a. clo in Sanskrit

dvi-netra-bhedin knocking out both eyes. in Sanskrit

dvi-pa elephant (drinking twice, with trunk and mouth). in Sanskrit

dví-pad (or -pád: strong base -pâd) two-footed; having two pâdas (verse); m. biped, man; n. coll. men; m. metre containing two pâdas. in Sanskrit

dvi-pad-î -khanda, m. n. kind of stanza. in Sanskrit

dví-pâda (î) two-footed. in Sanskrit

dvi-pada man; n. a metre; â, f. verse containing two pâdas. in Sanskrit

dvi-pañka-vimsa twice twenty-five; -pañkâsa, a. fifty-second; n. du. twice fifty. in Sanskrit

dvi-pâyin elephant (drinking twice, i. e. with trunk and mouth). in Sanskrit

dvi-pravrâginî running after two men, unchaste; -bâhu, a. two-armed; m. man; -bhâga, m. half; -bhâdra, a. having two months of Bhâdra; -bhuga, a. two-armed; -mâtra, a. twice as great; containing two morae; -mukha, a. (î) two-mouthed; -mûrdhan, a. two-head in Sanskrit

dvi-rûpá two-coloured; having two forms, twofold; -retás, a. (ass) impregnating doubly (i. e. mare and she-ass); -repha, m. kind of bee (lit. containing two r's in its name bhramara). in Sanskrit

dví-s twice: *dvir ahnâ, ahnah, or ahni, twice a day. in Sanskrit

dvi-saptati seventy-two; -sahasra, n. two thousand; -sûrya, a. having two suns. in Sanskrit

dvi-sata (î) consisting of 200; 200th; n. 200 or 102; -sapha, a. cloven-hoofed; m. animal with cloven hoofs; -sas, ad. by twos; -siras, a. two-headed; -sriṅga, a. having two horns or peaks. in Sanskrit

dvi-tá (second form of Agni: cp. Trita); N. of a seer. in Sanskrit

dvi-taya twofold, double; both (pl. if both parts are regarded as pl.); n. pair. in Sanskrit

dvi-tra two or three. in Sanskrit

dvi-tri-katur-am twice, thrice or four times; -tri-katush-pañkaka, a. increased by two, three, four, or five; with satam, n.=two, three, four, or five per cent. in Sanskrit

dvi-tva two; duality; dual; reduplication; -devatyã, a. sacred to two deities; *-drona, n. sg. two dronas (measure): in. two dronas at a time. in Sanskrit

dvidhâ̮âkâra twofold, of two kinds. in Sanskrit

dviga-maya (î) consisting of Brâhmans; -mukhya, m. chief of the twiceborn, Brâhman; -râga, m. moon; -̮rishi, m. priestly sage (=brahmarshi); -liṅgin, a. bearing the distinctive marks of a Brâhman; -vara, m. best among the twice-born, Brâhman; -sreshtha, - in Sanskrit

dviga̮indra lord of the twice-born, Brâhman; -̮îsvara, m. id.; moon; -̮uttama, m. highest of the twice-born, Brâhman. in Sanskrit

dviguna-ya P. double, multiply by two: pp. ita, doubled, put round double. in Sanskrit

dvih-sama twice as great. in Sanskrit

dvîp-ín (having insulated spots), panther, leopard, *tiger. in Sanskrit

dvîp-in-î river; ocean (having islands). in Sanskrit

dvîp-ya dwelling on islands. in Sanskrit

dvîpá [dvi̮ap-a, having water on both sides], sandbank in a river; island; concentric terrestrial island (the world being considered to consist of 4, 7, 13, or 18 such encircling Mount Meru like the petals of a lotus). in Sanskrit

dvipa-dâna temple juice of elephants in rut. in Sanskrit

dvipa-pati lord of elephants; lordly or full-grown elephant. in Sanskrit

dvipa̮ari (foe of elephants), lion; -̮indra, m. lord of elephants; lordly or full-grown elephant. in Sanskrit

dvîpi-karni tiger-skin. in Sanskrit

dvir-bhâva doubling, reduplication; duplicity; -vakana, n. reduplication. in Sanskrit

dvir-ukta said twice, repeated; reduplicated; n. reduplication; -ukti, f. repetition, doubling. in Sanskrit

dvísh dvít) enmity, hate; m. f. foe; a. disliking, hostile to, hating (--°). in Sanskrit

dvish-a hating (--°). in Sanskrit

dvish-át -antî) hating, disliking, hostile; m. foe. in Sanskrit

dvishta-tva hatefulness, disagreeableness. in Sanskrit

dvit-sevin serving=being in secret alliance with the enemy; m. traitor. in Sanskrit

dvitaN likewise, equally, so also. in Sanskrit

dvi̮amsa two parts: î, f. id.; a. having two shares; -̮aksha, a. (î) two-eyed; -̮ãkshara, n. sg. two syllables; a. (also rá) dissyllabic; n. dissyllabic word; -̮anu-ka, a. combination of two atoms; -̮adhika, a. increased by two, two later than (tatah); tw in Sanskrit

dví̮âsya two-mouthed. in Sanskrit

dvi̮uktha pronouncing two ukthas; -̮ũrana, a. having two lambs; -̮eka̮antara, a. having two or one (caste) intervening (i.e. three or two grades lower). in Sanskrit

Dwadashottari in Sanskrit

dwell in Sanskrit

dwelling in Sanskrit

dwelling in the body in Sanskrit

Dwisaptatisama in Sanskrit

dyaNvâ div) night and morning: -kshaNmâ, f. du. heaven and earth; -prithivî, f. du. heaven and earth. in Sanskrit

dyaNvâ-bhuNmi heaven and earth. in Sanskrit

dyâvâ-prithivîya relating or sacred to heaven and earth. in Sanskrit

dynasty in Sanskrit

dyó sky; day: v. div. in Sanskrit

dyot-a brilliance: -ka, a. shining; illuminating; displaying; expressing, expressive of (g., --°); significant: -tva, n. abst. n. in Sanskrit

dyót-ana (or á) flashing; illuminating; n. shining; showing, displaying. in Sanskrit

dyot-aní brilliance, light. in Sanskrit

dyot-in shining; signifying. in Sanskrit

dyot-is light; star (=gyotis). in Sanskrit

dyot-ya (to be) expressed or designated. in Sanskrit

dyota-mâna shining. in Sanskrit

dyotan-ikâ explanation. in Sanskrit

dyotish-patha path of the stars, upper air. in Sanskrit

dyú sky; brightness, glow; m. n. day (v. div). in Sanskrit

dyu-kshá heavenly, bright; -kara, a. moving in heaven; m. celestial. in Sanskrit

dyu-mârga (sky-way), air, sky. in Sanskrit

dyu-mná splendour; vigour; wealth, property. in Sanskrit

dyû-na √div. in Sanskrit

dyû-tá gambling (for, lc., --°): often fig. of the hazard of battle; booty: -kara, m. gambler; -kâra, m. id.; -krit, m. id.; -dâsa, m., î, f. slave won at play; -dharma, m. laws concerning gambling; -vartman, n. method of gambling; -vritti, m. professiona in Sanskrit

dyu-yoshit celestial female, Apsaras; -loka, m. celestial world; -vadhû, f. celestial female, Apsaras; -shad, m. (skydweller), god; -saras, n. lake of heaven; -sarit, f. celestial river, Ganges; -sindhu, f. id.; -strî, f. celestial female, Apsaras. in Sanskrit

dyumn-ín splendid; strong; spirited. in Sanskrit

dyuN playing (--°); f. game of dice. in Sanskrit

dyut-i radiance, splendour; beauty; dignity: -mat, a. brilliant, splendid, glorious; dignified. in Sanskrit

dyuta-ya P. vi, flash, lighten. in Sanskrit

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