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

k-as-un as (gr.). in Sanskrit

k-i-n i (gr.). in Sanskrit

k-it having k as its it (gr.). in Sanskrit

k-ta ta of the pp. (gr.). in Sanskrit

k-v-ip v added to the simple root used nominally (gr.). in Sanskrit

k-vas-u vas (gr.). in Sanskrit

ka (te, que) and; also; even, just; but, yet; if (=ked): ka--ka, both--and, as well--as, scarcely--when; although--yet: with negative, neither--nor; ka--na ka or tu, although--yet not; na ka--ka, although not--yet; with vâ, either, or; ka̮eva ka̮api, and in Sanskrit

kA+te in Sanskrit

ka-dala plantain tree (symbol of frailty); i-kâ, f. plantain tree; flag, esp. on an elephant; î, f. plantain tree: -garbha, m. pith of the plantain: â, f. N.; -griha, n. plantain arbour; -sukham, ad. as easily as a plantain. in Sanskrit

ka-daN when? -- kana, some time, ever; -- kid, some time or other; once; sometimes; perhaps; --̮api, at any time, always; na -- kana, kid, or̮api, never. in Sanskrit

ka-ga lotus. in Sanskrit

ka-kâra the conjunction and. in Sanskrit

ka-kâra the sound or letter k. in Sanskrit

ka-kr-a [runner: intv. √kar] wheel; potter's wheel; discus (esp. of Vishnu); oil-press; circle; circling in the air (of birds); mystical circular diagram; multitude, host, flock; troop; sphere (fig.); (wheel of) dominion; m. ruddy goose; N. of several men in Sanskrit

ka-kr-âná Â. of √kri. in Sanskrit

ká-kr-i making, producing (ac.). in Sanskrit

ka-ná (SV. ka ná) not even; without neg. meaning (rare) also; after neg. even; C. (= kid) only after interrogatives in indefinite sense, even, at all. in Sanskrit

kâ-patha bad road; evil course. in Sanskrit

ka-píñgala francoline partridge; N. of a man; N. of a sparrow: -nyâya, in. after the fashion of the Kapiñgala topic (in the Pûrvamîmâmsâ) according to which the plural (kapiñgalân) means only three. in Sanskrit

ka-póta pigeon; î, f. female pigeon; -ka, m. little pigeon; -pâlî, f. dove-cot. in Sanskrit

ka-pukkhala hair at the back of the head; scoop of the sacrificial spoon. in Sanskrit

kâ-purusha contemptible man, coward. in Sanskrit

ka-pûya stinking. in Sanskrit

ká-smât kim; ad. whence? why? on what account? in Sanskrit

ka-stambhî support of a carriage pole. in Sanskrit

ka-tamá who? what? which? (of many); -tará, inter. prn. who? which? (of two). in Sanskrit

ka-thám how? whence? why? with pot. or impv. (sts. ind.) how could, would, or should - ? with mâ and aor. how should not --? sts. exclamation, what! sts. weakened to a simple interrogative=nonne or num? with nú, how, I wonder? how much more? with neg. how in Sanskrit

ká-ti how many? indef. some: usually with kid and api. in Sanskrit

kaala chakra and kendraadi dashas etc in Sanskrit

kaamadhenu : the cow who can milk out anything you wish in Sanskrit

kâbandh-ya condition of a trunk. in Sanskrit

kabara mottled, variegated; m., î, f. braid of hair. in Sanskrit

kád ka, what?=I hope? with neg.=I hope not? esp. with kid (kákkid); with kaná and neg. in no way; °--, bad, wretched, insignificant. in Sanskrit

kad-ana slaughter, destruction; torturing. in Sanskrit

kad-anna bad food: -tâ, f. abst. n. in Sanskrit

kad-arth-ana tormenting; -anîya, fp. to be tormented; -aya, den. P. despise; torture, distress; surpass; î-kri, disregard: -ti, f. torment. in Sanskrit

kád-artha for what purpose? in Sanskrit

kad-arya avaricious, miserly: -tâ, f., -bhâva, m. avarice. in Sanskrit

kadá dumb. in Sanskrit

kâdamba goose with dark-grey wings; n. flower of the Kadamba tree. in Sanskrit

kâdambara sour cream; î, f. kind of intoxicating liquor; T. of a romance & its heroine: -lokana̮ânanda, m. ep. of the moon; -sagdhikâ, f. common carouse. in Sanskrit

kâdambinî densebank of cloud. in Sanskrit

kadâra tan-coloured. in Sanskrit

kâdrava blackish yellow, reddish brown. in Sanskrit

kâdraveyá descendant of Kadrû, metr. of various serpents. in Sanskrit

kádru reddish brown; uN, f. earth; N. of Kasyapa's wife, mother of the serpents. in Sanskrit

kag-gala lamp-black; collyrium prepared from it. in Sanskrit

kâga mallet. in Sanskrit

kaH+te in Sanskrit

kâhala indecent; excessive; dry; m. large drum; â, f. kind of wind instrument. in Sanskrit

kâhlâra derived from the white water-lily. in Sanskrit

kahlâra white esculent water-lily. in Sanskrit

kaidâr-ika number of fields. in Sanskrit

kaidya descendant of Kedi; prince of Kedi (esp. Sisupâla). in Sanskrit

kaíkeya king of Kekaya; î, f. princess of Kekaya: N. of a wife of Dasaratha. in Sanskrit

kaila clothes-moth; n. cloth, garment: -dhâva, m. washerman; -̮âsaka, m. demon feeding on moths. in Sanskrit

kailâsa Siva; -nâtha, m. ep. of Kubera. in Sanskrit

kaimarth-ya enquiry as to the ʻwhy.ʼ in Sanskrit

kaimut-ika based on the ʻhow much more or less;ʼ -ya, n. relation of ʻhow much more or less.ʼ in Sanskrit

kaiṅkirâta coming from the Asoka tree. in Sanskrit

kairâta relating to the Kirâtas; m. prince of the Kirâtas. in Sanskrit

kairav-inî white lotus (plant). in Sanskrit

kairava white (night) lotus. in Sanskrit

kairis-i descendant of Kirisa, pat. of Sutvan. in Sanskrit

kaisava belonging to Kesava (Krishna or Vishnu). in Sanskrit

kaita-bha Vishnu. in Sanskrit

kaitaka produced from the Ketaka tree. in Sanskrit

kaitan-ya consciousness, intellect, mind, soul; m. N. of a prophet born in 1484 a. d.: -kandra̮udaya, m. T. of a play (moon-rise of Kaitanya). in Sanskrit

kaitava (î) false, deceitful; n., î, f. fraud, lie, deceit; n. stake (in gambling). in Sanskrit

kaitra (March-April); N.; -ratha, n. (sc. vana) N. of Kuvera's forest laid out by Kitraratha. in Sanskrit

kaitrî day of full moon in the month Kaitra. in Sanskrit

kaitta belonging to the province of thought (kitta), that which is thought; mental. in Sanskrit

kaival-ya absolute oneness; absolute bliss. in Sanskrit

kaivarta fisherman (a mixed caste); î, f.; a-ka, m. id.; î-ya, a. relating to a fisherman. in Sanskrit

kak-ita trepidation, fright. in Sanskrit

kâka crow: î, f. female crow; -tâ, f. state of a crow; -tâlîya, a. accidental as the fall of the fruit in the story concerning the crow and the date, i. e. as accidental as the fall of the date at the moment of the crow's alighting on the palm-tree=post h in Sanskrit

kâká glass: -mani, m. crystal; -ra, a. made of glass. in Sanskrit

kaka hair; N. of a son of Brihaspati; -graha, m., -na, n. seizing by the hair. in Sanskrit

kaka-bhâra wealth of hair. in Sanskrit

kakâ-kaki seizing one another by the hair. in Sanskrit

kâkali low, sweet tone; î, f. id.; musical instrument with a low note used to test whether one is asleep. in Sanskrit

kâka̮akshi-nyâya after the manner of the crow's eye, i. e. in opposite directions, with reference both to what precedes and what follows; -̮akshi-golanyâya, m. id. in Sanskrit

kâka̮ulûk-îya story of the crows and the owls. in Sanskrit

kakkala-ka four slokas connected in sense. in Sanskrit

kakkha bank; marshy land; *m., â, f. edge, border; -pa, m. tortoise; N. of a Nâga; N. of a country (Cutch). in Sanskrit

kakkola -ka, n. id. in Sanskrit

kâkola raven; n. kind of poison; a certain hell. in Sanskrit

kakora partridge, perdix rufa, supposed to feed on moon-beams: hence an eye that gazes on a face of moonlike beauty is so called; its eye is supposed to turn red at the sight of poisoned food; -vrata, n. manner of the kakora, entranced gaze (drinking the in Sanskrit

kakorâ-ya behave like the kakora. in Sanskrit

kâkr-ika carter; potter; oilgrinder; bell-man; partisan, accomplice. in Sanskrit

kakr-ikâ troop; intrigue; artifice; -in, a. having wheels; driving; m. discus-bearer, ep. of Krishna; oil-presser; serpent; -íya, a. driving; travelling. in Sanskrit

kakra̮aṅkitâ -̮aṅga, m. goose; ruddy goose; -̮aṅganâ, f. female of the kakravâka. in Sanskrit

kakra̮âyudha -̮âhva, m. ruddy goose; -̮âhvaya, m. id. in Sanskrit

kakra̮îsa sovereign ruler: -tâ, f. sovereign dominion; -̮îsvara, m. ep. of Vishnu and of Bhairava; sovereign ruler: -tva, n. abst. n. in Sanskrit

kakrî-vat having wheels; m. driver; wagon; ass. in Sanskrit

káksh-an eye; -as, n. brightness, brilliance; seeing, being seen (d.=inf.); eye, sight, glance; -u, m. eye. in Sanskrit

káksh-ana appearance, sight. in Sanskrit

kaksh-áni illuminator. in Sanskrit

kaksh-us seeing; n. eye; sight; vision; glance. in Sanskrit

káksha hiding-place, lair; thicket; m., â, f. arm-pit; girth, girdle, cincture; balance (generally f.); â, f. circular wall, enclosure; orbit of a planet; equality; emulation: (â)-pata, m. loin-cloth. in Sanskrit

kakshî-vat Rishi. in Sanskrit

kâkshîvatî daughter of Kakshîvat. in Sanskrit

kakshû-râga feast to the eyes. in Sanskrit

kakshur-vishaya range of the eye, sight. in Sanskrit

kakshush-pati lord of all eyes; -patha, m. eye-shot, sight; -prîti, f. delight of the eye; -mat, a. possessing eyes or vision, seeing; representing the eye: -tâ, f., -tva, n. vision. in Sanskrit

kakshush-ya fit for or pleasing to the eye; lovely; being before the eyes of (in.); dear to (in.). in Sanskrit

kâkshushá (î) peculiar to or arising from the eye; perceptible by the eye; m. pat. of the sixth Manu; (a)-tva, n. perceptibility by the eye. in Sanskrit

kakshyẫ girdle, girth; circular wall, enclosure; orbit of a planet; balance, scale (also a, n.). in Sanskrit

kâku cry of grief, wail; change of voice, emphasis. in Sanskrit

kakub-gaya conquest of the world. in Sanskrit

kakúbh summit; point of the compass; a metre. in Sanskrit

kakubhá prominent; m. kind of musical mode; a tree; -surabhi, a. fragrant with Kakubha flowers. in Sanskrit

kâkud palate. in Sanskrit

kakúd summit, peak; tip; hump; ensign of royalty; chief of (g.). in Sanskrit

kakúd-mat having a hump; m. mountain; buffalo with a hump. in Sanskrit

kakud-min having a hump; m. buffalo with a hump; -mi-kanyâ, f. pat. of the Revatî. in Sanskrit

kakum-mukha point of the compass. in Sanskrit

kakundara cavity of the loins. in Sanskrit

kâkutstha descendant of Kakutstha (ep. of Aga, Dasaratha, Râma, Lakshmana). in Sanskrit

kAkutsthaH is another family name for rAma(kakutstha's in Sanskrit

kal-â goddess of fortune. in Sanskrit

kal-a moving, trembling; unsteady, wavering; waving; fluttering; rippling; fickle: -kitta, n. mutable temper, fickleness; a. fickle: -tâ, f. fickleness; giddiness; -tâ, f., -tva, n. tremor, unsteadiness. in Sanskrit

kâl-a shaking, looseness (of the teeth); -aka, m. obstinate person; -ana, n. moving, wagging, motion, shaking; loosening: î, f. sieve; strainer; -ya, fp. to be moved; to be diverted. in Sanskrit

kal-ana moving, unsteady; walking; dissolute; n. tremor, unsteadiness, motion; activity, function; agitation; deviation from (ab.). in Sanskrit

kal-ana producing, effecting (--°); â, f. impelling; gesture; n. shaking, agitation. in Sanskrit

kâl-i-man blackness. in Sanskrit

kal-i-tavya one must move on. in Sanskrit

kâl-ikâ liver; dark mass of cloud; N. of a river; the goddess Kâlî; -purâ- na, n. T. of a Purâna. in Sanskrit

kâl-ika relating to time; seasonable; lasting as long as (--°). in Sanskrit

kal-ikâ sixteenth part of the moon's disc; bud. in Sanskrit

kal-ila filled with, full of (in., --°); m. confusion. in Sanskrit

kâl-îna relating to the time of (--°). in Sanskrit

kal-ita moving to and fro. in Sanskrit

kâl-iya cobra. in Sanskrit

kâl-îya-ka black wood (sandal or aloe). in Sanskrit

kal-usha dirty; impure; turbid, dim; husky, choked; --°, unable; n. dirt, impurity; -ketas, -mati, a. impure-minded. in Sanskrit

kal-ya healthy, vigorous; ready (for, lc. or inf.); clever; n. health; day-break (-m, lc., °--, at day-break); intoxicating liquor: -tâ, f. health. in Sanskrit

kala dumb; indistinct; inarticulate; choked with tears (--°); low, soft (note); uttering a soft sound: -m, ad.; -kanthikâ, f. female cuckoo; -kala, m. confused noise or cry: -rava, -̮ârava, m. id., -vat, a. tinkling. in Sanskrit

kala-bha young elephant or camel: -ka, m. id. (--°). in Sanskrit

kalâ-bhara artist; -bhrit, m. id.; -vat, m. moon; -vid, a.=kalâ-gña. in Sanskrit

kala-bhâshin speaking softly. in Sanskrit

kala-dhauta (sounding & bright), gold; silver. in Sanskrit

kala-hamsa duck, goose or swan; -ka, m. id. dim.; -tâ, f. abst. n. in Sanskrit

kâla-ka dark blue, black; -kañgá, m. pl. N. of a tribe of Asuras; -kanthaka, m. sparrow; -karman, n. death; -kâṅkshin, a. waiting or impatient for the right moment; -kârita, pp. temporary; -kûta, m. kind of poison (esp. that produced at the churning of th in Sanskrit

kâla-kakra wheel of time; -gña, a. knowing the proper time; -gñâna, n. knowledge of time or chronology. in Sanskrit

kalâ-kala moving to and fro, unsteady; inconstant. in Sanskrit

kala-niketa having a transitory abode; -prakriti, a. giddy, fickle; -svabhâva, a. of inconstant nature. in Sanskrit

kalâ-pa (what holds together the parts), band; bundle; quiver; peacock's tail; ornament; totality: -ka, m. string, band, -varman, m. N.; -pin, m. peacock. in Sanskrit

kâla-pakva ripened by time; -paryaya, m. course of time; -paryâya, m. id.; -pâsa, m. noose of the god of death; -pâsika, m. hangman; -purusha, m. time personified; minion of the god of death; -prabhu, m. lord of seasons, the moon; -prâpta, pp. brought by in Sanskrit

kala-rava soft note. in Sanskrit

kâla-sâka -samrodha, m. protracted retention; -saṅkhyâ, f. computation or determination of time; -sarpa, m. a. black snake; -sûtra, n. noose of the god of death; m. n. (also -ka), N. of a hell; -harana, n. loss of time; -hâra, m. id.; gain of time. in Sanskrit

kâla-tâ 1. seasonableness; 2. blackness; -danda, m. wand of death; -dûta, m. harbinger of death; -daurâtmya, n. tyranny of time; -dharma, -n, m. law of time=inevitable death; -niyama, m. limitation of time; determination of the terminus ad quem; -nemi, m. in Sanskrit

kala-tra wife; female animal; hip; loin: -tâ, f. wifehood; -vat, a. having a wife; united with his wife or wives. in Sanskrit

kala-víṅka sparrow; Indian cuckoo. in Sanskrit

kâla-yavana -yâpa, m.: -na, n., -nâ, f. procrastination; -yoga, m. conjuncture of time or fate; point of time: -tas, ad. according to circumstances; -loha, n. iron, steel; -vâla, a. having a black tail; -vid, a. knowing the times; -vidyâ, f. knowledge of in Sanskrit

kalah-in quarrelsome. in Sanskrit

kalaha dispute, quarrel. in Sanskrit

kalaha-kantaka (î) quarrelsome; -priya, a. id.; -vat, a. quarrelling with (saha). in Sanskrit

kalahâya Â. dispute, quarrel. in Sanskrit

kalama rice: -gopavadhû, f. female rice-watcher. in Sanskrit

kalaN small part, esp. one-sixteenth; sixteenth part of the moon's disc; interest on capital; small division of time (ranging between 8 seconds and about 2 1/2 minutes according to different statements); artistic skill; art (of which there are 64); -keli, in Sanskrit

kalaṅk-a spot, blemish, stain, rust: -lekhâ, f. streak of rust; -aya, den. P. stain, defile, disgrace: -in, a. defiled, disgraced. in Sanskrit

kâlas-eya butter-milk. in Sanskrit

kalas-i churn. in Sanskrit

kalása pot, jar; bowl, cup (also î); tub; dome-shaped roof: -yoni, m. ep. of Agastya & of Drona. in Sanskrit

kalasa̮udaka water in a jar. in Sanskrit

kâla̮aguru black aloe; -̮añgana, n. black ointment; -̮anda-ga, m. black bird=Indian cuckoo; -̮atikramana, n. neglect of the right moment for (g.); -̮atipâta, m. delay; -̮atyaya̮apadishta, pp. lapsed, become void; -̮anala, m. fire of all-destroying time, f in Sanskrit

kala̮âlâpa gentle tone of voice. in Sanskrit

kalâ̮antara interest (on capital). in Sanskrit

kala̮âtman fickle. in Sanskrit

kâla̮ayasa iron; a. of iron: -dridha, pp. hard or firm as iron. in Sanskrit

kâla̮uraga black snake. in Sanskrit

kala̮ûrmi rippling. in Sanskrit

kâle-karyâ seasonable occupation. in Sanskrit

kalevara body. in Sanskrit

káli die or side of a die marked with one point (also personified); the fourth and worst age of the world; dissension, strife (also personified). in Sanskrit

kâlî the Black goddess, a form of Durgâ. in Sanskrit

kâli-dâsa (servant of Kâlî), N. of various poets; the celebrated lyric, epic, and dramatic poet of this name lived in the sixth century a. d. in Sanskrit

kali-druma tree of strife; N. of a tree. in Sanskrit

kâlî-vilâsin husband of Kâlî (Siva). in Sanskrit

kali-yuga the fourth or Kali age. in Sanskrit

kalikâtâ Calcutta. in Sanskrit

kalinda -kanyâ, f. the Yamunâ; -̮âtmagâ, f. id. in Sanskrit

kâlinda water-melon; î, f. pat. of the Yamunâ. in Sanskrit

kaliṅga country of the Kaliṅgas; -ka, -desa, m. country of the Kaliṅgas. in Sanskrit

kalita-karana broken-legged. in Sanskrit

kalka paste; foulness, baseness, guile, sin. in Sanskrit

kallola wave. in Sanskrit

kalmaNsha (î) having black spots (-tâ, f. abst. n.); m. N. of a Nâga; n. spot. in Sanskrit

kalmâsh-ita spotted, variegated with (in.). in Sanskrit

kalmasha dirt; taint; guilt; sin. in Sanskrit

kálp-a feasible, possible; able to, fit for (g., lc., inf., --°); nearly equal to, like (--°); after an a. --°, almost; m. precept, rule, usage, manner; body of rules on ritual (one of the six Vedâṅgas); cosmic period (=a day of Brahma=1000 Yugas). pratha in Sanskrit

kalp-ana inventing; â, f. fashioning; performance; invention, fiction; hypothesis; caparisoning an elephant; fixing, determination; work, deed, act; formation, form. in Sanskrit

kalp-ya to be assigned; to be imagined. in Sanskrit

kálpa-ka standard; m. precept, rule; -kshaya, m. end of a Kalpa, destruction of the world; -taru, -druma, m. fabulous wishing tree; -dhenu, f. fabulous wishing cow. in Sanskrit

kalpa-pâla guardian of order, king; -latâ, f. creeper yielding all wishes; -latikâ, f. id.; -vallî, f. id.; -vitapin, -vriksha, m.=Kalpa tree; -satâya, den. Â. appear as long as 100 Kalpas; -sâkhin, m. Kalpa tree; -sundarî, f. N.; -sûtra, n. Sûtra on ritu in Sanskrit

kalpa-vRiksha : the tree that will give you anything you can in Sanskrit

kalpâya Â. become or seem a Kalpa: pp. i-ta. in Sanskrit

kalpa̮agni conflagration at the end of a Kalpa: -̮anta, m. end of a Kalpa, destruction of the world; °--, till the end of the world. in Sanskrit

kalpita̮argha to whom an offering of (--°) has been made. in Sanskrit

kâlush-ya turbidness; foulness; unfairness. in Sanskrit

kalushâ-ya Â. grow dim. in Sanskrit

kâlya day-break: -m, lc. at daybreak. in Sanskrit

kalya-varta breakfast; trifle. in Sanskrit

kalyân-in virtuous; prosperous. in Sanskrit

kalyaNna (î) beautiful, lovely; good, excellent, noble; blessed, auspicious, prosperous; m. N. of a king; n. the good; virtue, merit; welfare, prosperity; festival; î, f. kind of pulse; -kataka, N. of a locality; -kara, a. (î) propitious; -kâra, a. produc in Sanskrit

kam-ala lotus (called utpala at an earlier stage); â, f. ep. of Lakshmî; sg. & pl. riches; n. water; -ka, n. N. of a town; -garbha, -ga, m. ep. of Brahman; -devî, f. N. of a queen; -nayana, a. lotus-eyed; -nâbha, m. ep. of Vishnu; -netra, n. lotuseyed; -b in Sanskrit

kam-ana (î) enamoured; -anîya, fp. to be desired; lovely, charming. in Sanskrit

kam-ana sipping. in Sanskrit

kâm-anâ wish, desire. in Sanskrit

kam-ara (î, f.) yak (bos grunniens); m. n. yak's tail, used as a fly whisk, one of the insignia of royalty: -vâla, m. N. of a prince. in Sanskrit

kam-asá (wooden) bowl or cup. in Sanskrit

kâm-dis-îka fleeing in all directions, fugitive. in Sanskrit

kam-i kam (gr.). in Sanskrit

kâm-ika desired; -i-gana, m. lover; -i-tâ, f. condition of a lover; -ín, a. eager for, desirous of (ac., --°); loving, in love (with, ac. or sârdham); m. lover: -î, f. woman in love; girl, woman. in Sanskrit

kam-ra charming, beautiful. in Sanskrit

kam-uN bottom of the Soma press (often du. bottom and upper board of the Soma press); army (consisting of 729 elephants, 729 chariots, 2187 cavalry, and 3645 infantry): -nâtha, -pa, -pati, -pâla, m. commander of an army. in Sanskrit

kâma-kâma having all kinds of desires; -kâmin, a. id.; -kâra, a. fulfilling the wishes of (g.); m. voluntary act; freedom of will: -tas, in., ab., °--, intentionally; voluntarily; -krita, pp. done intentionally; -ga, a. going anywhere at one's own free wi in Sanskrit

kâma-pâla fulfilling wishes; -prada, a. granting wishes; -bhaksha, m. eating at pleasure; -bhoga, m. pl. sensual enjoyments. in Sanskrit

kâma-rasika indulging in love; libidinous; -rûpa, n. any form desired; a. assuming any form at will; m. pl. N. of a people in western Assam; -rûpin, a. id.; -vat, a. enamoured; -varsha, a. raining as desired; -vâda, m. talking as one lists; -vâsin, a. cha in Sanskrit

kâma-vritti self-willed, independent. in Sanskrit

kamal-inî lotus plant; lotus bed, lotus pond: -kâ, f. dim. small bed or lake of lotuses; -dala, n. lotus leaf (Pr.). in Sanskrit

kamala̮âkara bed of lotuses, lotus lake; N. of various men; -̮aksha, a. (î) lotus-eyed: -̮agragâ, f. ep. of Alakshmî; â-kesava, m. N. of a temple; â-hatta, m. N. of a market-place; -̮âlayâ, f. ep. of Lakshmî; -̮âsana, n. lotus seat. in Sanskrit

kamala̮îkshana lotus-eyed; -̮udaya, m. N.; -̮udbhava, m. ep. of Brahman. in Sanskrit

kâmanda-ka Rishi; î, f. N. of a Buddhist nun; N. of a city; i, m. pat. N. of a writer on polity: -sâstra, n. Institutes of Kâmandaki; î-ya, a. composed by Kâmandaki. in Sanskrit

kamandalu ascetic's water-pot: -pâni, a. having a water-pot in the hand. in Sanskrit

kâmara relating to the yak (bos grunniens); n. tail of the yak, used as a fly-whisk, also as an ornament on the heads of horses and elephants; one of the insignia of royalty: -grâhinî, f. female whisk-bearer. in Sanskrit

kamat-karana astonishment, surprise; -kâra, m. id.; -kârita, cs. pp. astonished; -kriti, f. astonishment. in Sanskrit

kamatha tortoise. in Sanskrit

kâmayâ frankly (with brûhi or pra-brûhi). in Sanskrit

kâma̮âtura love-sick; -̮âtman, a. voluptuous; filled with love: (a)-tâ, f. sensuality; -̮andha, a. blinded by love; -̮ari, m. ep. of Siva (foe of Kâma); -̮asoka, m. N. of a king. in Sanskrit

kâma̮îsvará Kubera. in Sanskrit

kâma̮unmatta mad with love. in Sanskrit

kambalá woollen cloth, cover, or garment; -̮îsvara-grâma, m. N. of a village. in Sanskrit

kâmboga coming from Kamboga; m. N. of a people=Kamboga. in Sanskrit

kambu shell; bracelet of shells; -ka, n. N. of a town; -kantha, a. (î) having a shell-like neck, i. e. with three folds; -grîva, m. N. of a tortoise. in Sanskrit

kâmî-kara gold: -maya, a. (î) golden, -̮akala, m. ep. of Meru, -̮adri, m. id. in Sanskrit

kâmîkar-îya golden. in Sanskrit

kamp-a Kampâ. in Sanskrit

kamp-a tremor, quivering; earthquake; quavered svarita accent; -ana, a. trembling; shaking; agitating; m. N. of a country; n. shaking, waving; a-vat, a. trembling; -ita, (pp.) trembling; shaken; n. tremor; -in, a. trembling; --°, shaking. in Sanskrit

kâmp-eya prince of Kampâ. in Sanskrit

kamp-û mixed composition (mixture of verse and prose). in Sanskrit

kampâ -vatî, f. id. in Sanskrit

kampa-ka (a)-prabhu, m. N. of the father of Kalhana; (a)-mâlâ, f. N.; (a)-vatî, f. N. of a forest in Magadha; N. of a town. in Sanskrit

kampa̮uttara trembling violently. in Sanskrit

kâmpil-ya -ka, m. a plant; -laka, m. id. in Sanskrit

kamsá goblet; m. n. brass; m. N. of a king slain by Krishna; -krish, -satru, -nishûdana, -̮ari, m. ep. of Krishna. in Sanskrit

kâmsi goblet, cup. in Sanskrit

kâmsya brazen; n. brass; -kâra, m. bell-founder; -tâla, m. cymbal; -pâtra, n., î, f. brazen vessel. in Sanskrit

kâmukâ-ya Â. play the lover: pp. -yi-ta; n. conduct of a lover. in Sanskrit

kâmundá â, f. a form of Durgâ. in Sanskrit

kâmyâ desire, wish for, striving after (g., --°). in Sanskrit

kán-a a grain; drop; flake, spark; little bit; -pa, m. kind of spear; -vâhin, a. wafting drops, moist; -sas, ad. in minute portions. in Sanskrit

kán-aka gold; m. thorn apple; N.; -kadalî, f. species of plantain; -danda, m. royal umbrella; -pura, n., î, f. N. of a city; -prabhâ, f. N. of a princess; -mañgarî, f. N.; -maya, a. (î) golden; -rasa, m. fluid gold; -rekhâ, f. N.; -latâ, f. golden creeper in Sanskrit

kán-as gladness: only with dhâ, rejoice in (ac., lc.); grant. in Sanskrit

kan-dal-a flower of the plantain; -î, f. plantain tree; -ita, pp. produced in profusion; -in, a. covered with blossoms of the Kandalî; full of (--°). in Sanskrit

kan-dara cave; ravine; elephant goad. in Sanskrit

kan-darpa Kâma; love. in Sanskrit

kan-dhara neck. in Sanskrit

kán-i-kradat √krand. in Sanskrit

kan-ika little drop; â, f. id.; little bit. in Sanskrit

kan-îna young, youthful: -ká, m. boy, youth: aN, f. girl, virgin; (îna)-ka, m., a-kâ, i-kâ, f. pupil of the eye. in Sanskrit

kán-ishth-a (or -á) smallest; lowest; least; youngest; younger; m. descending pail of water-wheel; â, f. youngest wife; little finger; a-ka, a. (ikî) smallest; -ikâ, f. little finger; obedience. in Sanskrit

kán-ishtha very welcome, very gracious. in Sanskrit

kán-îyas smaller, less; very little; younger; m. younger brother or son. in Sanskrit

kañ-kal-â lightning; -ita, pp. caused to tremble. in Sanskrit

kañ-kal-a moving to and fro, unsteady, fickle: -tva, n. instability, fickleness. in Sanskrit

kaṅ-kan-a ring, ring-shaped ornament, bracelet; wedding band: -dhara, m. bridegroom, â, f. bride; -pura, n. N. of a town; -varsha, a. raining bracelets: m. man's N.; -varsh-in, a. id.: (i)-tâ, f. abst. n. in Sanskrit

kañ-kar-in bee; -îka, m. id. in Sanskrit

kaṅ-kram-a walk; -ana, a. walking about; n. id. in Sanskrit

kân-ti ĭ̂) charm, loveliness, grace, beauty; brightness, radiance (of the moon): -prada, a. conferring brightness; -mat, a. lovely, charming, beautiful: -î, f. N., -tâ, f. grace, beauty. in Sanskrit

kan-tvá welfare. in Sanskrit

kan-yâ girl, virgin; daughter; Virgo (in the Zodiac); -̮âgâra, n. women's apartments; -griha, n. id.; -tva, n. virginity; -dâtri, m. man who gives a daughter in marriage; -dâna, n. bestowal of a daughter in marriage; -dûshin, a. deflowering a virgin; -pur in Sanskrit

kan-ya smallest: -ka, a. id., â, f.= kan-yâ; -kubga, n. N. of a town, Kanauj. in Sanskrit

kana --°, known or celebrated for (-tva, n. abst. n.); m. chick-pea: -ka, m. chick-pea. in Sanskrit

kâná one-eyed; blind (eye); perforated; one-handled; -tva, n. one-eyedness; -bhûti, m. N. of a Yaksha. in Sanskrit

kânak-ya made of chick-peas; m. pat. (from Kanaka), N. of Kandragupta's minister. in Sanskrit

kanaka̮âsana throne. in Sanskrit

kanaN girl. in Sanskrit

kânana forest (sts. with vana): -̮anta, n. forest region, forest. in Sanskrit

kanas-yá P. rejoice in (ac.): pp. kanasita, welcome! (voc.); gentle -- (with N. of Brâhman, or, according to some, with that of a Kshatriya or Vaisya). in Sanskrit

kanâtîra wagtail. in Sanskrit

kana̮anna subsisting on grains: -tâ, f. abst. n. in Sanskrit

KAND SKAND, shine. in Sanskrit

kand-ana sandal tree, wood, powder, or ointment: -ka, m. N.; -dâsa, m. N.; -paṅka, m. sandal ointment; -pâta, m. application of sandal ointment; -pura, n. N. of a town; -maya, a. made of sandal wood; consisting of sandal ointment; -rasa, m., -vâri, n. flu in Sanskrit

kand-ana shelling, husking; -anî, f. mortar. in Sanskrit

kand-i-man heat; passionateness, fierceness, cruelty. in Sanskrit

kand-ikâ Durgâ; temple of Durgâ: -griha, n. temple of Durgâ. in Sanskrit

kând-îra armed with arrows. in Sanskrit

kand-rá shining, bright; lovely; m. moon (also as a deity); --° =chief among --; N.; n. gold: a-ka, m. (--° a. ikâ) moon; eye in a peacock's tail; N.; -kalâ, f. sixteenth part of the moon's disc (as seen on the day before or after new moon); -kânta, a. lo in Sanskrit

kánda (â, î) burning; violent; impetuous; passionate, enraged, wrathful; fierce, cruel: -m, ad. passionately, in a rage; â, î, f. the grim goddess, ep. of Durgâ. in Sanskrit

kanda bulbous root. in Sanskrit

kanda-kara (hot-rayed), sun. in Sanskrit

kanda-karâ-ya Â. appear like the sun. in Sanskrit

kanda-karman (acting cruelly); -kirana, m. (hot-rayed), sun; -ketu, m. N.; -kausika, m. N. of a son of Kakshîvat; n. T. of a drama; -ghosha, m. N.; -tâ, f., -tva, n. passionateness; wrathfulness; -dîdhiti, m. (hot-rayed), sun; -pota: -ka, m. N. of an elep in Sanskrit

kândâlá (î) peculiar to the Kandâlas. in Sanskrit

kandâla man of the lowest stratum of society, universally despised and shunned; a mixed caste, offspring of Sûdra and Brâhmanî; --°, a good-for-nothing --; â, î, f. Kandâla woman. in Sanskrit

kândana (î) made of sandal-wood. in Sanskrit

kandanâ-ya Â. become a sandal tree. in Sanskrit

kandana̮udaka fluid essence of sandal wood. in Sanskrit

kândî little blade. in Sanskrit

kandî-pati praise of Durgâ. in Sanskrit

kandola reed basket. in Sanskrit

kandr-ikâ moonlight; N. in Sanskrit

kandr-ín golden. in Sanskrit

kândra (î) lunar; -ka, -ma, -masá, (î) a. id.; -vratika, a. having the character of the moon. in Sanskrit

kandra-kulyâ -ketu, m. N.; -kshaya, m. new moon; -gupta, m. N. of various kings, esp. the Sandrokottos who flourished about 300 b. c.: -ka, m. id.; -kûda, a. moon-crested, ep. of Siva; -kûdâmani, m. T. of a work; -tva, n. likeness to the moon; -deva, m. N in Sanskrit

kandra-râga crescent; -lalâta, a. having a moon on the forehead, ep. of Siva; -lâ, f. N.; -lekhâ, f. crescent; N.; -vamsa, m. the (royal) lunar race; -vat, a. moonlit: -î, f. N.; -vapus, a. lovely as the moon; (á)-varna, a. brighthued; -sâlâ, f. room on t in Sanskrit

kandrak-ita marked with moon-shaped spots. in Sanskrit

kandra̮amsu moon-beam; -̮âkara, m. N.; -̮âditya, m. N.; -̮âpîda, m. ep. of Siva; N.; -̮ardha, m. half-moon: -kûdâmani, m. ep. of Siva; -̮avaloka, m. N. of a prince. in Sanskrit

kândra̮ayana the moon's course; n. moon-course penance in which the number of mouthfuls eaten decreases by one daily from fifteen at full moon to none at new moon, after which it increases similarly (it may begin either at new or at full moon): -vrata, n. in Sanskrit

kandra̮udaya rise of the moon; -̮upala, m. moon-stone (v. kandra-kânta). in Sanskrit

kandû-la itching. in Sanskrit

kandû-ya P. scratch: Â. itch; -yana, n. itching, scratching: -ka, a. titillating; -yitri, m. scratcher. in Sanskrit

kaṅga thoroughly acquainted with, very fastidious about (--°), (-tâ, f. abst. n.); m. N. in Sanskrit

kâñgika sour gruel. in Sanskrit

kanî girl (V. only g. pl.). in Sanskrit

kânî-ná born of an unmarried woman. in Sanskrit

kanisa ear (of corn). in Sanskrit

kañk-u known or celebrated for, versed in (--°), (-tâ, f., -tva, n. cleverness); m. N.; f. (also û) beak, bill: (ŭ̂)-puta, n., (u)-putaka, -putî, f. hollow of the beak. in Sanskrit

kañkâ basket-work: -purusha, m. man of straw, scarecrow. in Sanskrit

kaṅká heron; N.: pl. a people. in Sanskrit

kaṅka-pattra heron's feather (on arrow); a. having herons' feathers; m. such an arrow: -pattrin, a. having herons' feathers; -vadana, n. (heron-faced), tongs, pincers. in Sanskrit

kaṅka-ta armour, mail; a Dânava. in Sanskrit

kaṅkâl-a skeleton; -inî, f. a form of Durgâ. in Sanskrit

kâñkal-ya fickleness, inconstancy. in Sanskrit

kaṅkan-in wearing a bracelet. in Sanskrit

kâñkan-îya golden. in Sanskrit

kâñkana gold; money; a. (î) golden; -giri, m. gold mtn., ep. of Meru; -prabha, a. shining like gold; -maya, a. (î) golden; -mâlâ, f. N. of various women; -varman, m. N. of a king; -̮akala, -̮adri, m. ep. of Mount Meru. in Sanskrit

kaṅkat-a comb; -ikâ, f. id. in Sanskrit

kâñkav-a celebrity. in Sanskrit

kaṅkelli Asoka-tree; î, f. id. in Sanskrit

kâñkî girdle generally adorned with bells; -kalâpa, m. id.; -guna, m. girdle-band; -sthâna, n. hips. in Sanskrit

kâṅksh-anîya desirable; -â, f. desire for (--°); -in, a. desirous of, longing for, waiting for (ac. or --°). in Sanskrit

kañkuk-a (î) jacket, doublet; mail; skin of a snake (a. --°, f. â); -ita, pp. wearing a coat of mail; -in, a. wrapped in (--°); m. chamberlain; -a̮upânahin, n. wearing a doublet and shoes. in Sanskrit

kaNm-uka desirous (of, --°); in love with (ac.); m. lover: -tva, n. amorousness. in Sanskrit

kaNm-ya desirable, dear; amiable, pleasant; connected with a wish, interested; optional: -ka, m. N. of a forest and of a lake; -tâ, f. loveliness, beauty. in Sanskrit

kaNma wish, desire, for (d., g., lc.); intention; pleasure; desired object; benefit; (sexual) love; god of love; --°, a. (often after inf. in -tu) desirous of, intending to: ab. willingly; voluntarily; intentionally. in Sanskrit

kaNma-mûta impelled by love. in Sanskrit

kaNmam at will, at pleasure; to one's heart's content; according to desire, willingly, gladly; indeed; at all events; yet; even though, supposing (generally with impv.); kâmam -- tu, kim tu, ka, kim ka, punar, athâpi or tathâpi, it is true -- but, althoug in Sanskrit

kaNnda (or á) piece; section of a plant (from joint to joint); slip; blade, stalk; arrow; tube (of bone); section (in a book); -pata: -ka, m. curtain. in Sanskrit

kaNr-u agreeable, welcome, pleasing; dear; fair, lovely: n. ad.: -gîti, f. a metre; -tâ, f. popularity; beauty; -datta, m. N. of a Brâhman; -danta, m. N. of a merchant's son; -darsanâ, f. fair woman; -netra, a. fair-eyed; -mati, m. N. of a parrot; -rûpa, in Sanskrit

kaNrshna (î) coming from the black antelope; belonging to or composed by Krishna; n. hide of the black antelope. in Sanskrit

kaNs-ikâ (slight) cough; -in, a. coughing. in Sanskrit

kaNsha blue jay (coracias indica). in Sanskrit

kaNshthâ race-course, celestial course (of wind and cloud); quarter; goal, boundary; summit; height, maximum; a measure of time. in Sanskrit

kaNsya king of the Kâsis; â, f. princess of the Kâsis. in Sanskrit

kaNsyapa (î) belonging to Kasyapa; m. pat. descendant of Kasyapa. in Sanskrit

kánta-ka thorn; fish-bone; social pest, enemy; obstacle; N. of an Agrahâra; -bhug, m. camel. in Sanskrit

kântâ-ya Â. play the lover. in Sanskrit

kantak-ita thorny; w. bristling hair; -in, a. thorny. in Sanskrit

kântaka (î) consisting of thorns. in Sanskrit

kantaki-druma -vriksha, m. kind of thorny tree. in Sanskrit

kântâra great forest; wilderness; -bhava, m. forester; -̮anda-ga, m. forest frog. in Sanskrit

kanth-ikâ necklace. in Sanskrit

kánth-ya being on or in the throat; good for the throat; guttural. in Sanskrit

kanthá neck, throat; proximity (a. --°, f. â, î); -ka, m. necklace; -ga, a. reaching to the neck; -gata, pp. attached to the neck; being in the throat=about to escape (breath); -graha, m., -na, n. embrace. in Sanskrit

kanthâ patched garment. in Sanskrit

kantha-nâla stalk-like neck; -prâvrita, n. neck covering; -bhûshana, n., -bhûshâ, f. necklace; -vartin, a. being in the throat=about to escape (breath); -sûtra, n. kind of embrace; -sthalî, f. neck. in Sanskrit

kantha̮âslesha embrace. in Sanskrit

kanthî-rava lion. in Sanskrit

kânti-sudhâ-maya (î) consisting of the nectar of loveliness. in Sanskrit

kaNtvâla trench supplying the earth for the northern altar: -vat, a. in which (sacrifice) a kâtvâla is dug. in Sanskrit

kanûkaya P. be in distress. in Sanskrit

kânvá descendant of Kanva: pl. the school of Kanva. in Sanskrit

kánva Rishi: pl. his descendants; -vát, ad. like Kanva. in Sanskrit

kâp-a bow (weapon): -guna, m. bowstring; -yashti, f. id. in Sanskrit

kap-ala tremulous, unsteady; inconstant, giddy, flighty, fickle: -m, ad. quickly; -gana, m. mischievous folk; -tâ, f. giddiness, fickleness. in Sanskrit

kap-í monkey; -ketu, m. ep. of Arguna. in Sanskrit

kâp-in armed with a bow. in Sanskrit

kâpa-latâ bowstring; -lekhâ, f. N.; -veda, m. archery; -̮adhiropana, n. stringing or drawing a bow; -̮âropana, n. id. in Sanskrit

kâpâl-a (î) connected with or made of skulls; m. pl. school of Kapâlin; -ika, m. Saiva sectary (wearing and eating out of human skulls); a certain mixed caste; -in, m. ep. of Siva; N.; a. practised by a Kâpâlika. in Sanskrit

kâpal-a speed; unsteadiness, inconstancy, frivolity, rashness, indiscretion (with regard to, --°); -ya, n. id. in Sanskrit

kapâl-ikâ potsherd. in Sanskrit

kapâl-in bearing a bowl or skulls; m. N. of Siva or of one of the eleven Rudras; kind of sectary. in Sanskrit

kapala half; part. in Sanskrit

kapalâ lightning; N. of two metres: -gana, m. fickle woman; goddess of fortune. in Sanskrit

kapalâ-ya Â. move or jump about. in Sanskrit

kapala-ya P. make unsteady, beguile into an indiscretion. in Sanskrit

kapaNla dish, mendicant's bowl; plate; lid; potsherd; egg-shell; skull; -mâlin, a. wearing a garland of skulls (Siva); -sandhi, m. treaty based on equal terms; -sphota, m. N. of a Rakshas. in Sanskrit

kapard-a cowrie (small shell used as a coin or die); braid of hair in the form of a shell; -a-ka, m., -ikâ, f. cowrie; -ín, a. having hair wound in the form of a shell; curly, shaggy; m. ep. of Siva. in Sanskrit

kâpata (î) fraudulent. in Sanskrit

kapâta fold of a door; -ka (ikâ), --° a. id.; -vakshas, a. broad-chested. in Sanskrit

kapata fraud: °--, fictitious; -nâtaka, m. N.; -prabandha, m. cunning device; -sata-maya, a. consisting of a hundred kinds of fraud; -̮îsvara, m. N. of a temple of Siva. in Sanskrit

kapeta slap; â, î, f. id. in Sanskrit

kapha phlegm (one of the 3 humours of the body); -ghna, a. anti-phlegmatic. in Sanskrit

kapi-lá (monkey-coloured), brownish, reddish; m. species of monkey; N. of an ancient sage; â, f. brown or reddish cow; species of leech; -gata, m. N. of a sage; -dhûsara, a. brownish grey; -̮rishi, m. the sage Kapila; -vastu, m. N. of Buddha's birthplace; in Sanskrit

kapi-sa (monkey-coloured), brownish, reddish; -bhrû, f. N. of a woman. in Sanskrit

kapi-shthala -samhitâ, f. collected scriptures of the Kapishthalas. in Sanskrit

kapi-ttha [monkey-stand], a tree; n. its fruit; -pati, m. ep. of Hanumat. in Sanskrit

kâpil-a (î) relating or peculiar to Kapila; m. disciple of Kapila; -eya, m. descendant of Kapila. in Sanskrit

kâpisâyana spirituous liquor. in Sanskrit

kapi̮indra lord of the monkeys; ep. of Vishnu and of Hanumat; -̮îsvara, m. ep. of Sugrîva. in Sanskrit

kapola cheek; -kâsha, m. object which rubs against the cheek; -pâlî, f. edge of the cheek; -phalaka, n., -bhitti, f., -mûla, n. cheek-bone. in Sanskrit

kapot-ikâ dove: -nyâya, m. fashion of a dove (which did good even to an enemy). in Sanskrit

kâpota (î) peculiar to pigeons. in Sanskrit

kâr-a (î) making, producing, fashioning, performing; m. maker (--°); fashioner, author; making, action; --°, sound, letter; uninflected word; -aka, a. (-ikâ) making, producing, causing, performing (g. or --°); *about to do (ac.); effecting an object; m. m in Sanskrit

kar-a movable, moving; n. animal (opp. plant); --°, going, wandering, walking; acting, living; practising; m. spy; â, f. life. in Sanskrit

kâr-a spy; motion, course; action, behaviour; occupation as (--°): -ka, a. acting, proceeding (--°); m. spy; prison; -kakshus, n. spy for an eye; a. using spies for eyes. in Sanskrit

kár-ana (î) making, producing, performing (--°); m. a certain mixed caste; tune; word (gr.); n. making, doing; performing; producing; action; deed; rite; business; organ of sense; body; instrument; legal document or evidence; notion of the instrumental ca in Sanskrit

kâr-anâ action. in Sanskrit

kár-ana foot; Vedic school; n. wandering; course; procedure; ritual observance; (good) conduct; practice, performance. in Sanskrit

kár-as deed. in Sanskrit

kar-i-shnú moving; unsteady, roaming; belonging to the animal world. in Sanskrit

kár-i-tave to go, to move. in Sanskrit

kar-i-tavya to be practised or performed. in Sanskrit

kar-í-tra foot, leg; going; ancient custom, usage; conduct, doings: -bandhaka, m. n. confidential pledge; -vat, a. having already performed (a sacrifice). in Sanskrit

kâr-ikâ activity; torment; memorial verse explaining obscure grammatical rules or philosophical doctrines. in Sanskrit

kâr-ikâ servant-girl (--°). in Sanskrit

kâr-in 1. making, doing, producing (g., --°); acting; 2. dispersing, destroying. in Sanskrit

kar-in making, fashioning; m. elephant; (n)î, f. female elephant. in Sanskrit

kâr-in movable; --°, moving, going, roaming, abiding or living, in; acting, performing; m. foot-soldier; spy. in Sanskrit

kar-ishnu doing, performing (--°); -ishyat, ft. pt. future. in Sanskrit

kâr-ita caused, produced by, relating to (--°); â, f. (sc. vriddhi) excessive interest offered by debtor under pressure. in Sanskrit

kar-itá going, walking; way; procedure, behaviour, conduct, doings. in Sanskrit

kar-kar-a hard; m. leather strap (?); -í or -î, f. kind of lute; -î, f. water-jar. in Sanskrit

kar-kar-î song. in Sanskrit

kar-kar-ikâ gesture (on the stage). in Sanskrit

kar-kat-a crab; curved end of the beam of a balance; î, f. drinking bowl: -ka, m., î, f. crab; Cancer (in the Zodiac); -sriṅga, n. crab's claw; i-kâ, f. a plant; a̮îsa, m. N. of a temple. in Sanskrit

kar-kri-tí praise; -krítya, a. praiseworthy, renowned. in Sanskrit

kár-man action, work, deed; function, business; rite; effect; direct object of an action (gr.); fate (result of an act done in a former birth). in Sanskrit

kár-man [that which spreads out], hide, skin; shield. in Sanskrit

kar-sh-aní moving, flowing; active, busy; f. pl. men, folk, people (°-- generally î). in Sanskrit

kár-tave √kri: -távya (or ã), fp. to be done, &c. (v. √kri); n. affair, business; what should be done, duty: -tâ, f. duty. in Sanskrit

kar-tos √kri, do. in Sanskrit

kár-tva to be done or performed; n. task. in Sanskrit

kar-ú caldron, pot; oblation (of grain boiled in milk, butter, or water). in Sanskrit

kâr-ú poet, singer; -u, m. artisan (f. û): -ka, m. id. in Sanskrit

kâr-ya son of an outcast Vaisya; n. spying. in Sanskrit

kâr-yã to be done, made, performed, employed, &c. (v. √kri); n. design, purpose, object, interest; duty; business; service; matter, affair; lawsuit; effect, product: -m, with in. of thing and g. of pers., something is of use to, some one cares about; in. in Sanskrit

kar-ya to be practised; â, f. roaming; procedure, conduct; observance; performance or practice of, occupation with (--°, in.). in Sanskrit

kârâ prison, gaol; -̮agâra, -griha, n. id.; -patha, m. N. of a country; -vâsa, m. gaol, imprisonment. in Sanskrit

kara-ga finger-nail. in Sanskrit

kara-kâ hail: -̮abhighâta, m. hailstroke. in Sanskrit

kára-ka wanderer; wandering Brâhman pupil; spy; N. of an ancient physician: pl. N. of a school of the black Yagurveda: -̮adhvaryu, m. priest of the Karakas. in Sanskrit

kara-ka water-pot; a tree. in Sanskrit

kara-kisalaya (hand-sprout), finger; -graha, m., -na, n. taking by the hand, wedding. in Sanskrit

kara-má last; outermost; lowest; western: -m, ad. last; in the end; after (g.): (a)-vayas, a. aged; -̮akala, m. western (sunset) mountain. in Sanskrit

kara-nivesita rendered tributary. in Sanskrit

kâra-purusha spy; -bhata, m. soldier; -̮adhikârin, m. spy. in Sanskrit

kara-ruha finger-nail; -vîra, n. fragrant oleander. in Sanskrit

kará-sna fore-arm. in Sanskrit

kara-stha lying in the hand; î-kri, place in the hand. in Sanskrit

kara-tala palm of the hand: -gata, pp. held in the hand, -tâla, clapping of the hands; -da, a. paying taxes, tributary; subordinate; -dhrita-sara, a. holding an arrow in his hand; -pattra, n. saw; -pallava, m. finger; -pâda-danta, m. hand, foot, or tooth; in Sanskrit

kará-tha moving; n. life, activity. in Sanskrit

karâl-ita make formidable; increased. in Sanskrit

karâla prominent; gaping; formidable; m. N. of a locality; â, f. ep. of Durgâ; N.; -kesara, m. N. of a lion; -tâ, f. gaping condition; formidableness. in Sanskrit

karâla-vadana having a gaping or formidable mouth. in Sanskrit

karambhá pap, porridge; -ka, n. id.; m. N.; -bâlukâ-tâpa, m. pl. porridge of scorching sand (a torment of hell). in Sanskrit

kâran-ika judge. in Sanskrit

karaNa and Yoga in Sanskrit

kârana connected with the school; belonging to the same school; m. strolling player; celestial musician; spy; cattle-driving: -tva, n. condition of a strolling player; -̮ekamaya, a. (î) consisting of strolling players only. in Sanskrit

karana-ka little foot; -granthi, m. ankle; -nyâsa, m. footstep, tread; footprint; -patana, n. prostration at the feet; -pâta, m. kick; prostration; -prishtha, m. instep; -prasâra, m. extension of the legs; -bhaṅga, m. fracture of the leg; -mûla, n. root o in Sanskrit

kârana-kopa angry with reason; -krudh, a. id.; -guna, m. quality of the cause; -tas, ad. for some reason; -tâ, f., -tva, n. causality; -sarîra, n. causal body. in Sanskrit

kârana̮âtman being essentially the cause of (g.); -̮antara, n. special cause. in Sanskrit

karanda basket; little box of wicker work; -ka, n., i-kâ, f. id. in Sanskrit

kârandava duck. in Sanskrit

karaṅka skull. in Sanskrit

karat-a elephant's temple; crow: -ka, m. crow (Pr.); N. of a jackal; -in, m. elephant. in Sanskrit

kârayi-tavya that should be caused to be done; to be managed; to be effected or procured; -tri, m. causer of action; barber. in Sanskrit

karâyikâ crane. in Sanskrit

kara̮agra tip of finger or ray; -̮âghâta, m. blow of the hand; -̮aṅguli, f. finger of the hand. in Sanskrit

kara̮âhati blow with the hand. in Sanskrit

kara̮âlamba support for the hand=sheet anchor. in Sanskrit

kâra̮îkshana hvg. spies for eyes. in Sanskrit

karbu spotted, variegated; -ra, a. id.: â, f. species of poisonous leech; û-ra, a. id. in Sanskrit

kardama mud, dirt, impurity; dregs; -râga, m. N. in Sanskrit

kârdama muddy. in Sanskrit

karenu elephant: -kâ, f. female elephant. in Sanskrit

karîra shoot of a bamboo; m. a leafless plant; n. its fruit. in Sanskrit

kárîsha refuse, (dry) cow-dung. in Sanskrit

karita-pûrva performed before; -maya, a. (î) containing the deeds of (--°). in Sanskrit

karita-vrata having fulfilled his vow. in Sanskrit

kâritârth-ya attainment of one's object. in Sanskrit

karitârtha-ya P. cause any one (ac.) to attain his object, satisfy. in Sanskrit

karita̮artha having obtained one's object; successful; satisfied: -tâ, f. attainment of one's object, satisfaction; -tva, n. accomplishment. in Sanskrit

kâritr-in well-conducted; -ya, n.=kâritra. in Sanskrit

kâritra course of action, behaviour, good conduct, virtue. in Sanskrit

kark-â repetition of a word (esp. with iti); coating (of ointment); care, trouble about, attention to, meddling with (--° or g.); speaking about (--°); discussion: -pada, n. pl. words repeated with the insertion of iti. in Sanskrit

kark-ana repetition of a word. in Sanskrit

kark-ita coating (of ointment). in Sanskrit

karka (î) white; m. white horse; â, f. in Sanskrit

karkándhu jujube tree; n. its fruit. in Sanskrit

karkaretu Numidian crane. in Sanskrit

kârkas-ya firmness, hardness; harshness. in Sanskrit

karkasa rough, hard (also fig.): -tva, n. hardness; harshness. in Sanskrit

kârkik-ya anointing the body. in Sanskrit

karkota -ká, m. N. of a snake; a plant; pl. N. of a people. in Sanskrit

karkûra orpiment. in Sanskrit

kârm-ika leathern. in Sanskrit

karm-in acting, working, performing; m. man of action. in Sanskrit

karm-in covered with a hide; armed with a shield; m. shield-bearer. in Sanskrit

karma-nâmán name from an activity; participle; -nâsâ, f. N. of a river; -nishtha, a. diligent in (holy) works; -nyâsa, m. cessation of work; -pâka, m. ripening of works, retribution for works done in a former life; -pâtaka, n. sinful deed; -pravakanîya, m in Sanskrit

karma-patta strap; -bandha, m. leather strap; -bhastrikâ, f. leather pouch; -maya, a. (î) leathern; -ratna, n. (treasure of a=) magic purse: -bhastrikâ, f. id. in Sanskrit

kârma-raṅga deep red. in Sanskrit

karma-tâ effect; notion of karman; -danda, m. complete control of acts; -dushta, pp. acting badly; -dosha, m. sinful act; -dhâraya, m. compound in which the first word (generally an a.) describes the second. in Sanskrit

karma-tha fitted for, devoted to (lc., --°). in Sanskrit

kârman-a relating to or proceeding from action; enchanting (-tva, n. abst. n.); n. sorcery, magic; -ika, a. produced bymagic. in Sanskrit

karman-ya article of leather. in Sanskrit

karman-yã skilful, industrious; fitted for the performance of sacred rites. in Sanskrit

karmaNra smith. in Sanskrit

kârmârá smith. in Sanskrit

karma̮âtman whose nature is action; -̮anta, m. completion of work; business, public affairs, management; -̮antika, m. labourer, artisan: -loka, m. labourers; -̮abhyâsa, m. practice of a rite. in Sanskrit

karma̮avakartin leathercutter, shoemaker; -̮avakartri, m. id. in Sanskrit

karma̮indriya organ of action (ph.). in Sanskrit

kârmuk-in wearing a bow. in Sanskrit

kârmukâ-ya Â. represent a bow. in Sanskrit

karn-ikâ ear ornament; pericarp of the lotus. in Sanskrit

karn-ín having ears; barbed; m. helmsman. in Sanskrit

Karna in Sanskrit

kárna â, î) ear; handle; rudder; N. of several men, esp. of a son of Kuntî; a. having ears or handles; long-eared (also á); -kuvalaya, n. lotus attached to the ear; -kâmara, n. whisk adorning the ears of elephants; -gâpa, m. tale-bearing; -tâ, f. conditio in Sanskrit

karnâta î, f. queen of Karnâta. in Sanskrit

karna̮añgali pointed ears. in Sanskrit

karna̮antika-kara flying about the ears; -̮âbharana, n. ear ornament; -̮amrita, n. nectar for the ears; *-̮alamkarana, n., -kâra, m., -kriti, f. ear ornament; -̮avatamsa, id.: î-kri, turn into an ear ornament. in Sanskrit

karna̮utpala lotus attached to the ear (-tâ, f. abst. n.); m. N. of a king; -̮upakarnikâ, f. gossip. in Sanskrit

karnî-ratha litter; -suta, m. ep. of the author of a manual on stealing. in Sanskrit

karoti basin, bowl; skull: -ka, (--°, a.) skull, head. in Sanskrit

karp-ana spear. in Sanskrit

kârpan-ya poor-spiritedness; poverty; meanness, avarice; compassion. in Sanskrit

kârpâná sword-fight. in Sanskrit

karpara bowl; pot; n. potsherd. in Sanskrit

kârpâs-ika (î) made of cotton; -ikâ, f. *cotton shrub. in Sanskrit

karpâsa cotton-shrub; cotton. in Sanskrit

kârpâsa cotton; cotton cloth; a. made of cotton: î, f. cotton shrub; -ka, a. made of cotton; -tântava, n. cotton cloth; -sautrika, n. id. in Sanskrit

kârpâsa̮asthi seed of the cotton shrub. in Sanskrit

kârpat-ika poorly clad pilgrim. in Sanskrit

karpata flat; flattened. in Sanskrit

karpata rag. in Sanskrit

karpûra camphor; -keli, m. N. of a flamingo; -gaura, n. N. of a lake (whitish like camphor); -tilaka, m. N. of an elephant; -pata, m. N. of a dyer; -mañ- garî, f. N. of a princess; -- flamingo; -- drama; -maya, a. consisting of or like camphor; -vilâsa, m in Sanskrit

kars-ana making lean; harassing (--°); -ita, cs. pp. √kris. in Sanskrit

kârs-ya emaciation; smallness; diminution. in Sanskrit

karsh-a dragging; ploughing; a weight (=16 mâshas); -aka, a. dragging about, harassing (--°); ploughing, cultivating; m. busbandman; -ana, a.=karshaka: n. bringing; driving out; pulling; tormenting; ploughing, agriculture; bending a bow; -in, a. dragging in Sanskrit

kârsh-ika weighing a Karsha. in Sanskrit

kârsha-ka agriculturist, husbandman. in Sanskrit

karshanî unfaithful wife: -dhrít, a. protecting men; -dhríti, f. protection of men; -sáh, a. ruling men. in Sanskrit

kârshn-ya blackness; darkness. in Sanskrit

kârshna̮ayasa (î) made of iron; n. iron. in Sanskrit

kart-ana cutting off; -ari, -kâ, f. cutting instrument, scissors; -arî, f. id. in Sanskrit

kart-tavya to be destroyed. in Sanskrit

kart-tri-kâ hunter's knife. in Sanskrit

kart-ya to be cut off. in Sanskrit

kârta-svara-maya golden and sounding piteous. in Sanskrit

kârtânt-ika astrologer. in Sanskrit

kârtavîrya Arguna, prince of Haihaya. in Sanskrit

kArtikeya in Sanskrit

kârtsn-ya totality: in. completely. in Sanskrit

kârttika (OctoberNovember): î, f. day of full moon in Kârttika; e-ya, m. met. of Skanda, god of war. in Sanskrit

kartu-manas intending to do. in Sanskrit

kartuM + arhasi:to do + deserve in Sanskrit

kârun-ika compassionate; -ya, n. compassion. in Sanskrit

karúna doleful, pitiable: -m, ad.; m. a plant; â, f. pity, compassion; -dhvani, m. wail; -vedi-tâ, f. compassionate disposition. in Sanskrit

karv-ana chewing; tasting; â, f. id. in Sanskrit

kârvâka materialist. in Sanskrit

karvata market-place. in Sanskrit

kâry-ika litigant; -in, a. id.; m. official. in Sanskrit

kârya-karana̮apekshâ view to carrying out one's design; -kartri, m. promoter of the cause of (g.); -kârana, n. a special object as a cause, special reason: -tas, ad. from special motives, -tva, n. being effect and cause; -kâla, m. time for action; -kintak in Sanskrit

kârya-rûpa having the form of a product (ph.). in Sanskrit

kârya-tas as a matter of fact; -tâ, f., -tva, n. fact of being a product or effect; -darsana, n. (legal) investigation of a case; -darsin, a. sagacious, acute; -dhvamsa, m. abandonment of a cause; -nirnaya, m. legal decision of a case; -parikkheda, m. cor in Sanskrit

kârya-vat having business to attend to; busy; having an object: -tâ, f. business; -vasa, m. influence of an object: ab. from interested motives; -vinimaya, m. mutual engagement to do something; -vinirnaya, m. legal decision of a case; -vipatti, f. failure in Sanskrit

kârya̮akârya right & wrong (°-). in Sanskrit

kârya̮artha undertaking: -m, ad. for a special end, for the purpose of business or work: -siddhi, f. success of an undertaking; -̮arthin, a. concerned about a matter; demanding justice. in Sanskrit

kârya̮atipât-a neglect of business: -in, a. neglecting business; -̮adhikârin, m. minister of policy; -̮antara, n. another business; leisure hour: -sakiva, m. companion of a prince's leisure or amusements; -̮apekshin, a. having a special object in view. in Sanskrit

kârya̮upekshâ neglect of official duty; -̮uparodha, m. interruption of business. in Sanskrit

kâs-a shining white grass. in Sanskrit

kâs-í closed hand or fist; handful: pl. N. of a people; f. i or î, Benares: i-ka, a. coming from Kâsi or Benares: â, f. Benares; T. of a commentary (probably 7th century a. d.) on Pânini by Vâmana and Gayâditya (sc. vritti); -in, a. having the appearance in Sanskrit

kása rodent; whip; â, f. whip; bridle; -̮âghâta, m. stroke of the whip. in Sanskrit

kâsâra pond, lake. in Sanskrit

kash-a scraping (--°); m. touchstone: -na, n. rubbing, scraping, friction; -pattikâ, f., -pâshâna, m. touchstone. in Sanskrit

kash-aNla knob of a sacrificial post. in Sanskrit

kash-ta bad; heavy, severe; miserable; forced, unnatural; pernicious, dangerous; n. evil, misfortune, misery (kashtât kashtataram, worst of all evils): -m, in., ab., °--, with difficulty, only just; -m, ij. woe! often w. dhik or hâ dhik; -tapas, a. doing in Sanskrit

kâsha rubbing (--°). in Sanskrit

kashâya astringent (taste); fragrant; red, yellowish red; m. red colour; passion; m. n. astringent juice; decoction; medicinal potion; ointment; dirt; taint; deterioration, moral decline; n. yellow garment; -ya, den. P. dirty; molest; i-ta, pp. coloured r in Sanskrit

kâshâya brownish red; n. brownred garment; î, f. kind of bee or wasp. in Sanskrit

kâshth-ika wood-carrier. in Sanskrit

kâshthá (piece of) wood, log; a measure of length; a measure of capacity; -kut- ta, m. kind of woodpecker; -kûta, m. id.; -bhârika, m. carrier of wood; -maya, a. (î) made of wood; -raggu, f. rope for tying wood together; -loshta-maya, a. made of wood or c in Sanskrit

kasipú mat, cushion. in Sanskrit

Kasiraja in Sanskrit

kâsmal-ya despondency, despair. in Sanskrit

kasmala (â, î) dirty; n. dirt; pusillanimity; despair. in Sanskrit

kasmîra (Cashmere). in Sanskrit

kâsmîra (î) belonging to Kasmîra; m. king of Kasmîra: pl. N. of a people and a country; n. saffron: -ka, a. belonging to Cashmere; i-kâ, f. princess of Cashmere; -ga, n. saffron. in Sanskrit

kastûrî musk: -mriga, m. muskdeer. in Sanskrit

kastûrikâ musk; -kuraṅga, m. musk-deer; -mrigî, f. female of the muskdeer. in Sanskrit

kasyápa black-toothed; m. tortoise; a divine being; N. of various Rishis. in Sanskrit

KAT Â. id. in Sanskrit

kat-aka sparrow; N. of a poet; â, f. female sparrow. in Sanskrit

kât-ana driving away (--°). in Sanskrit

kat-payám somehow. in Sanskrit

kat-phala aromatic fruit and rind. in Sanskrit

kât-tra spindle (esp. that in which is fixed the drill (pramantha) for producing the sacred fire by means of a cord wound round it and rapidly worked backwards and forwards). in Sanskrit

kat-ura quick, swift; dexterous, clever, ingenious, crafty; charming; n. cleverness: -ka, a. (ikâ) dexterous, clever; m. N. of a jackal; f. N. of a woman. in Sanskrit

kâta cheat, rogue. in Sanskrit

kâtá depth, bottom. in Sanskrit

káta mat; elephant's temple; a certain throw in a game of dice; corpse; -ka, m. mat; m. n. rope; bracelet; valley; royal camp; caravan; collection; -karana, n., -kriyâ, f. platting of mats. in Sanskrit

kata-katâya P. gnash (tr. & int.). in Sanskrit

katâha pan, pan-shaped object (e. g. elephant's temple); N. of a Dvîpa. in Sanskrit

kâtaka cuckoo (supposed to live on drops of rain only). in Sanskrit

kâtar-ya apprehension, faint-heartedness, cowardice. in Sanskrit

kâtara cowardly; timid, faint-hearted, despondent; afraid of (lc., inf., --°): -tâ, f., -tva, n. fear. in Sanskrit

katat-kriti crackling. in Sanskrit

kâtava sharpness. in Sanskrit

kata̮agni fire of dry grass. in Sanskrit

kata̮aksha side-glance: i-ta, pp. looked at with a side-glance; -̮âkshepa, m. side-glance. in Sanskrit

kath-ana narration, communication, mention, report; -anîya, fp. to be related; worthy of mention. in Sanskrit

kath-ita conversation, narrative. in Sanskrit

kath-ya to be related; that may be mentioned. in Sanskrit

kâtha derived from Katha; -ka, a. (î) relating to Katha; n. N. of a Veda: -̮upanishad=katha̮upanishad. in Sanskrit

katha-ka telling; m. narrator. in Sanskrit

kathâ-krama continuous conversation; discourse; story, tale. in Sanskrit

kathâ-pîtha 1st book of the Kathâsaritsâgara; -prabandha, m. legend; -prasaṅga, m. occasion of conversation: in., ab.=in the course of conversation, incidentally; -prastâva, m. id.: -tas, in the course of conversation; -maya, a. consisting of tales; -mukh in Sanskrit

kathâ-sesha dead: -tâ, f. abst. n.; -sandhi, m. junction in the narrative where it is interrupted by another; -saritsâgara, m. ocean of streams of stories, T. of a collection of tales by Somadeva. in Sanskrit

katha-ya P. (Â.) converse, with (in. ± saha); relate, tell, report; speak of; declare, state; announce, betray; command; assume, lay down; ps. be called, pass for. vi, talk idly. sam, relate, report; explain. in Sanskrit

katham-bhûta of what kind? in Sanskrit

katham-gâtîya-ka of what kind? in Sanskrit

katham-rûpa of what appearance? in Sanskrit

kathâna-ka short story, tale. in Sanskrit

kathay-itavya to be told. in Sanskrit

kathâ̮âlâpa conversation; narration; -̮âvalî, f. collection of tales; -̮ava- sesha, m. survival in story only, i. e. death; a. dead: -tâ, f. abst. n.; -̮avaseshî-bhû, die. in Sanskrit

kathâ̮antara conversation, talk. in Sanskrit

kathâ̮udaya beginning of a story; statement; -̮udghâta, m. beginning of a narrative. in Sanskrit

kathin-î chalk. in Sanskrit

kâthin-ya hardness, stiffness; firmness, austerity. in Sanskrit

kathina hard, firm, solid; severe; cruel, hard-hearted. in Sanskrit

kathina-ya P. harden. in Sanskrit

kathora hard, firm, solid; sharp, cutting (wind); piercing (cry); hard-hearted; luxuriant: -m, ad.; -kitta, a. hard-hearted: -tâ, f. abst. n.; -tâ, f. hardness; -târâdhipa, m. full moon. in Sanskrit

kathora-ya P. make luxuriant. in Sanskrit

kathura harsh (=kathora). in Sanskrit

katî hip; (i)-karpata, n. rag round the loins; (î)-nivasana, n., -pata, m. loin-cloth. in Sanskrit

kati-payá (î) some, a few: *in., ab. (with pp.) with some trouble, only just; -kusuma, a. having a few blossoms; -râtram, ad. some days (lit. nights); -̮aha: g. after some days; in. some days (before or after). in Sanskrit

kati-vidha of how many kinds? -saṅkhya, a. of what number? in Sanskrit

kattâra-ka dagger. in Sanskrit

katth-ana boasting; n. boasting. in Sanskrit

kâtu coaxing, blandishment; courteous act; pretty speech; a. agreeable (?): -ka, m. id.; -kâra, m. flatterer; u̮artham, for the sake of doing a kindness. in Sanskrit

katu sharp; pungent; n. ad.; -ka, a. id.; violent, severe: -tâ, f., -tva, n. sharpness, pungency. in Sanskrit

katu-la trembling, quivering; unsteady; inconstant; amiable, courteous; n. pl. attentions. in Sanskrit

katu-tâ sharpness; pungency; austerity. in Sanskrit

katuh-samdhi composed of four parts; (kátuh)-samudra, a. (î) bounded by four seas; (kátuh)-sahasra, n. four thousand. in Sanskrit

kátuh-sata one hundred and four; four hundred; -sapha, a. four-hoofed; -sâla, a. containing rooms on all four sides; m. building with square court in the middle: -ka, i-kâ, f. court with four rooms (one on each side); -srotra, a. four-eared. in Sanskrit

katuh-shashti sixty-four: -tama, a. sixty-fourth, y-aṅga, a. having sixty-four parts; -shtomá, m. stoma of four parts each increasing by four verses; a. connected with a fourfold stoma. in Sanskrit

katuk-ita sharply addressed (Pr.). in Sanskrit

katulâ-ya Â. walk delicately. in Sanskrit

katúr four. in Sanskrit

katur-akshá (î) four-eyed. in Sanskrit

kátur-akshara having four syllables; n. aggregate of four syllables. in Sanskrit

kátur-aṅga having four members: -m balam, n. complete army (consisting of infantry, cavalry, elephants, and chariots); â, f. army consisting of these four arms; n. id.; chess: -bala̮adhipatya, n. command of a complete army. in Sanskrit

katur-aṅgin consisting of four parts. in Sanskrit

kátur-anîka four-faced; -anta, a. bounded on all four sides (by the sea): â, f. earth; -asra, a. square; regular, harmonious: -tâ, f. harmony, -sobhin, a. harmoniously beautiful; -asri, a. square; -ahá, m. period of four days; -âtman, a. having four forms in Sanskrit

katur-bâhu four-armed; -bila, a. having four apertures; -bhâgá, m. fourth, quarter; -bhuga, a. four-armed, ep. of Vishnu or Krishna; -bhûmika, a. four-storied; -mâsî, f. period of four months; -mukha, a. four-faced; ep. of Brahman, Vishnu, and Siva: -samî in Sanskrit

katur-dasá (î) fourteenth; consisting of fourteen; î, f. fourteenth day of a fortnight: -dasa-dhaN, ad. fourteenfold; -dasán (or ká-), num. fourteen; -dasama, a. fourteenth; -dasarká, a. hvg. fourteen verses; -dârikâ, f. N. of the fifth lambaka in the Kat in Sanskrit

kátur-guna fourfold. in Sanskrit

kâtur-mâsî day of full moon at the four-monthly sacrifices; -mâsyá, n. period of four months; sacrifice to be offered every four months (at the beginning of the three seasons). in Sanskrit

katur-thá (î) fourth: -m, ad. the fourth time; n. fourth part; î, f. fourth day in a fortnight; fourth wedding day. in Sanskrit

kâtur-varn-ya the four castes; -vimsika, a. belonging to the 24th day; -vidya, a. versed in the four Vedas; n. the four Vedas; -vaidya, a. versed in the four Vedas; -hotra, a. performed by the four principal priests; n. sacrifice performed by the four pri in Sanskrit

kâtur-ya skill, dexterity; charm. in Sanskrit

kâtura flattering; guiding, ruling; î, f. cleverness, dexterity; charm. in Sanskrit

katura-tâ cleverness, craftiness, shrewdness. in Sanskrit

kâturdhâ-kâranika divided into four parts. in Sanskrit

kâturtha discussed in the fourth (chapter): -ka, a. occurring every fourth day (fever); -̮ahnika, a. belonging to the fourth day. in Sanskrit

katurtha-kâla fourth mealtime: -m, lc.=on the evening of the second day; -kâlika, a. eating the fourth meal only; -bhâg, a. receiving a fourth part as tribute. in Sanskrit

katurtha̮amsa fourth part; a. receiving a fourth; -̮amsin, a. id. in Sanskrit

katurthî-karman ceremony of the fourth wedding day. in Sanskrit

katús four times. in Sanskrit

katus-katvârimsá (î), fortyfourth; kátus-katvârimsat, f. forty-four. in Sanskrit

katus-trimsá (î) thirty-fourth; containing thirty-four; (kátus)-trimsat, f. thirty-four; -tri-dvi̮eka-bhâga, a. receiving four, three, two, or one part. in Sanskrit

katush-ka consisting of four; increased by four (-sata, n. 104=4 per cent); m. N.; n. tetrad, set of four things; kind of hall resting on four columns; square reception room; -karna, a. heard by four ears only: -tâ, f. in. in confidence. in Sanskrit

katush-pañka four or five; -pañkâsat, f. fifty-four; -pathá, m. n. place where four roads meet. in Sanskrit

kâtush-patha being at a place where four roads meet; -prâsyá, a. sufficient to feed four. in Sanskrit

kátush-taya (î) of four kinds, consisting of four; tetrad; set of four. in Sanskrit

katushk-ikâ tetrad; hall resting on four pillars. in Sanskrit

katu̮upamâ complimentary simile. in Sanskrit

katvaNr four. in Sanskrit

katvar-á square, courtyard. in Sanskrit

katvârim-sá (î) fortieth; -sat, f. forty; -sati, f. id.; -san-mâna, n. having a weight of forty. in Sanskrit

kâtya̮ayana î, f. N. of Yâgñavalkya's wife; a. (î) derived from Kâtyâyana; î-ya, m. pl. school of Kâtyâyana; n. T. of various works. in Sanskrit

kaubera (î) relating to Kubera. in Sanskrit

kauda ceremony of tonsure. in Sanskrit

kauksh-eya (belonging to a sheath), sword: -ka, m. id.; knife. in Sanskrit

kaukshya clean. in Sanskrit

kaul-eya dog: -ka, m. id., esp. sporting dog; -kutumbinî, f. bitch. in Sanskrit

kaul-ika weaver; worshipper of Sakti according to the left-hand ritual: -kâra, a. behaving like a weaver. in Sanskrit

kaul-îna peculiar to high birth; n. rumour; slander; disgraceful deed; -înya, n. noble birth; nobleness. in Sanskrit

kaul-ya sprung from a noble race; n. noble descent. in Sanskrit

kaula (î) relating to a family; hereditary, inherited; m. worshipper of Sakti according to the left-hand ritual. in Sanskrit

kaula ceremony of tonsure. in Sanskrit

kaulûta Kaulûta. in Sanskrit

kaumâra (î) relating to a youth or virgin; youthful; relating to Kumâra (god of war); n. childhood, youth; innocence of youth, virginity; -kârin, a. practising chastity; -vrata, n. vow of chastity: -kârin, a. practising a vow of chastity. in Sanskrit

kaumârî female energy of the god of war; (sc. kâshthâ or dis) the north. in Sanskrit

kaumodakî Vishnu's or Krishna's club. in Sanskrit

kaumud-a descendant of Kumuda; the month Kârttika (October--November); î, f. moonlight: --°, common in titles of works; -ikâ, f. N. of a maid; -vateya, m. met. fr. Kumudvatî. in Sanskrit

kaunakh-ya disease of the nails. in Sanskrit

kaunapa proceeding from corpses; m. Râkshasa. in Sanskrit

kaunda (î) belonging to or made of jasmine. in Sanskrit

kauñgara (î) belonging to an elephant. in Sanskrit

kauṅkuma (î) consisting of saffron; coloured with saffron. in Sanskrit

kaunt-eya son of Kuntî, met. of Yudhishthira, Bhîmasena, and Arguna. in Sanskrit

kaupa (î) coming from a well. in Sanskrit

kaupîna loin cloth; infamous deed: -vat, a. wearing only a loin cloth. in Sanskrit

kaur-ikâ stealer of (--°); theft; stealth, fraud: in. behind the back of (g.). in Sanskrit

kaur-ya theft; stealth, defraudation, fraud: -ka, n. id.; -bhaya, n. fear owing to one's theft; -rata, n. stealthy enjoyment of love, adultery; -vritti, a. living by theft. in Sanskrit

kaura (î, f.) thief, robber; stealer of (--°); usurper; -karman, n. thieving; -dan- da-bhâg, a. incurring the penalty of a thief; -saṅkin, a. afraid of thieves or robbers; -̮atavî, f. forest infested by robbers. in Sanskrit

kaurav-a (î) belonging to the Kurus; m. pat. descendant of Kuru; -eya, m. pl. descendants of Kuru; -yá (+kaúravya), m. pl. id.=Pândavas; N. of a people. in Sanskrit

kaurma peculiar to the tortoise. in Sanskrit

kaus-eya silken; n. silk, silk garment. in Sanskrit

kausa 1. silken (coming from the cocoon: kosa); 2. á, (î) made of Kusa grass. in Sanskrit

kausal-a welfare, prosperity; skill, cleverness, experience (in, lc. or --°); -ya, n. id.; -ikâ, f. gift, present. in Sanskrit

kaúsal-ya belonging to the Kosalas; m. king of the Kosalas; â, f. queen of Kosala (mother of Râma). in Sanskrit

kausalyA's in Sanskrit

kausâmbî -ya, a. belonging to Kausâmbî. in Sanskrit

kaushârava Kushâru. in Sanskrit

kaushth-á being in the body; being in the store-room; -ya, a. being in the abdomen. in Sanskrit

kausîda (î) proceeding from a loan. in Sanskrit

kausîlav-a profession of a bard or actor; -ya, n. id. in Sanskrit

kaustubha jewel produced at the churning of the ocean, an ornament of Vishnu; -bhrit, m. ep. of Vishnu. in Sanskrit

kausuma coming from or made of flowers; -̮âyudha, a. relating to Kâma. in Sanskrit

kausumbha (î) coming from, coloured with or like safflower; n. substance coloured with safflower. in Sanskrit

kauta fraudulent, false; -sâkshin, m. false-witness; -sâkshya, n. false evidence. in Sanskrit

kauta-pallava (î) peculiar to a mango twig. in Sanskrit

kautasth-ya immutability. in Sanskrit

kautil-ya crookedness; crispness, waviness; deceitfulness; m. ep. of Kânakya; -sâstra, n. science of Kautilya, diplomacy. in Sanskrit

kaútsa relating to Kutsa; m., î, f. pat.; n. hymn composed by Kutsa. in Sanskrit

kauttan-ya pimping. in Sanskrit

kautûhala curiosity, interest, eagerness (with lc., prati, or inf.); festival. in Sanskrit

kautuk-ita interested in (lc.), by (in.); -in, n. interested, curious. in Sanskrit

kautuka curiosity, interest, eagerness (w. lc. or --°); curious, strange or interesting spectacle; entertaining story; festival; wedding investiture with the nuptial cord; nuptial cord; happiness, bliss; -kriyâ, f. wedding festival; -griha, n. wedding-hou in Sanskrit

kautumb-a requisite for the household; n. affinity; -ika, a. belonging to or constituting a family; m. father of a family. in Sanskrit

kav-í wise; m. wise man, sage, seer; poet; planet Venus. in Sanskrit

kav-ika pepper; -ikâ, f., -î, f., -ya, n., -yâ, f. id. in Sanskrit

kavak-ín clad in mail. in Sanskrit

kávaka armour, mail; jacket; bark; -dhara, a. wearing armour=youth. in Sanskrit

kavaka mushroom. in Sanskrit

kavala mouthful, morsel: -tâ, f. abst. n.; -na, a. swallowing; -ya, den. P. swallow: pp. kavalita, devoured by mouthfuls. in Sanskrit

kâvandha (î) trunk-like. in Sanskrit

kávandha barrel; cloud; belly; trunk (of the body); ep. of the demon Danu, whose head and thighs were thrust into his trunk by Indra. in Sanskrit

kávasha (î) wide apart; m. N. in Sanskrit

kavaya P. compose poetry. in Sanskrit

kava̮ushna lukewarm: -tâ, f. -ness. in Sanskrit

kaví-kâ bit (on a bridle). in Sanskrit

kavi-tâ poetic art or gift; -putra, m. N. of a dramatist; -râga, m. king of poets; N. of a poet; (í)-sasta (or á), pp. spoken or praised by sages. in Sanskrit

kâvya̮âdarsa Mirror of poetry: T. of a work on poetics by Dandin (6th century a.d.); -̮alamkâra, m. Ornament of poetry: T. of a work by Vâmana (9th century): -sûtra, n. pl. Vâmana's Sûtras, -vritti, f. his commentary on them. in Sanskrit

kay-a heap; layer; mound; rampart; mass; multitude. in Sanskrit

káy-ana heaping up; layer of fuel; heap. in Sanskrit

kây-anîya perceptible. in Sanskrit

kây-ika (î) bodily. in Sanskrit

kây-ikâ vriddhi) kind of interest. in Sanskrit

kâya̮ûdha-ga born of a woman married after the manner of Pragâpati. in Sanskrit

kâ̮ushna lukewarm, tepid. in Sanskrit

ka◡́id and (V.); when (V.); also, even, with api (E.); if (the apodosis commonly has tad, tatas, tadâ, tarhi, or atha); atha ked, but if; na or no ked, if not, elliptical=if it were not so, otherwise; ken na, if --, not (apodosis); iti ken na, if this is in Sanskrit

ke-ya to be piled or accumulated. in Sanskrit

kedâra irrigated field; N. of a mountainous country; -khanda, n. breach in the dyke enclosing a field; -nâtha, m. N. of a form of Siva worshipped in Kedâra; -bhatta, m. N. of an author. in Sanskrit

kedi -pati, m. king of Kedi; -râga, m. id. in Sanskrit

keeping in balance in Sanskrit

keeping under control in Sanskrit

kek-in peacock. in Sanskrit

kek-ket down! (said to dogs.) in Sanskrit

kekâ cry of the peacock; -rava, m. id. in Sanskrit

kekâ-ya Â. cry (as a peacock). in Sanskrit

kekara squinting; -ka, a. id.; -lokana, a. id. in Sanskrit

kekaya king of --, î, f. princess of Kekaya. in Sanskrit

kel-i î, f.) diversion, sport, dalliance: -griha, n. pleasure-house; -ta, n. sport, jest; -vana, n. pleasure-grove; -sayana, n. couch; -sadana, n. pleasure-house; -sthalî, f. play-ground; (î)-sâla-bhañgikâ, f. statuette. in Sanskrit

kela garment; raiment; -ka, m. a good-for-nothing (--°); -̮âsaka, m. clothes-moth. in Sanskrit

kéna ka, by whom? whereby? wherewith? whence? in Sanskrit

kena̮ishita̮upanishad Upanishad; kena̮upanishad, f. id. (so named from the initial words ʻkena̮ishitamʼ). in Sanskrit

kendra centre of a circle. in Sanskrit

kép-i trembling, quivering. in Sanskrit

kerala î, f. woman of Kerala. in Sanskrit

kerosene in Sanskrit

kes-ín long-haired; maned; m. N. of an Asura and of several men: -î, f. N. in Sanskrit

kesa-karshana pulling by the hair; -kalâpa, m. tuft of hair; -kîta, m. louse; -graha, m. seizing by the hair: -na, n. id.; -ta, m. N.; -dhâvalya, n. white hair; -pâsa, m. tuft or mass of hair; -bandha, m. hair-band; -rakanâ, f. dressing of the hair; -luñk in Sanskrit

kesâ-kesi hair to hair=têteà-tête. in Sanskrit

késa-ra hair (of the brows); mane (also â); stamina (esp. of the lotus); m. a plant: -pura, n. N. of a city. in Sanskrit

kesa-vá long-haired; m. ep. of Vishnu and Krishna: -tva, n. abst. n.; -vapana, n. shaving the hair; -vyaparopana, n. tearing out of the hair; -samskâra-dhûpa, m. incense smoke for perfuming the hair; -hasta, m. tuft or mass of hair; hair as a hand. in Sanskrit

kesar-in maned; m. lion: (n)-î, f. lioness. in Sanskrit

kesara̮agra tips of the mane. in Sanskrit

kesa̮agra tip of the hair; -̮anta, m. edge of the hair; tuft or mass of hair; ceremony of clipping the hair; -̮antika, a. reaching to the edge of the hair. in Sanskrit

kesht-a motion, gesture; action; â, f. id.; activity; performance; conduct, behaviour, doings, goings on; -ana, n. motion; performance; -ita, pp.; n.=keshtâ. in Sanskrit

kesi-nishûdana Krishna; -mathana, -sûdana, -han, -hantri, m. id. in Sanskrit

két-a will, intention; desire. in Sanskrit

két-ana (î) manifest, distinguished; sentient, animate, conscious; m. intelligent being; n. perception, appearance; â, f. consciousness, intelligence, mind. in Sanskrit

ket-ana invitation; shelter; place; body; sign, token, banner; business. in Sanskrit

két-as aspect; brilliance; consciousness; intellect; senses; mind, heart; will. in Sanskrit

ket-ú light (pl. rays); shape, form; token of recognition, banner; leader, chief; meteor, comet: -mát, a. bright, light; clear (sound); N. of a Dânava; -yashti, f. flagstaff. in Sanskrit

keta servant, slave. in Sanskrit

keta-ka servant, slave. in Sanskrit

keta-ya P. summon, invite. in Sanskrit

keto-bhû love; Kâma; -mukha, a. whose mouth is understanding; -vikâra, m. mental derangement. in Sanskrit

Ketu and Mercury in Sanskrit

kévala (î; C. â) exclusively proper to (d., g.); alone, only, nothing but, mere, pure; whole, complete; every, all: -m, ad. only; entirely; but, only; na kevalam -- api, not only -- but; -tas, ad. only; -sas, ad. entirely; -vyatirekin, a. relating to sepa in Sanskrit

kévala̮agha alone guilty; -̮âtman, a. whose nature is absolute unity; -̮âdín, a. eating alone; -̮anvayin, a. relating to connexion only. in Sanskrit

kevárta fisherman. in Sanskrit

kévata pit, hole. in Sanskrit

key in Sanskrit

keyûr-a bracelet (worn on upper arm by both sexes); -in, a. wearing a bracelet on the upper arm. in Sanskrit

khá cavity, hole; aperture (esp. in the human body); wound; axle-hole (in the nave of a wheel); ether; air; sky. in Sanskrit

kha-dyota fire-fly. in Sanskrit

kha-ga moving in the air, flying; m. bird: -pati, m. lord of the birds, ep. of Garuda. in Sanskrit

kha-gala mist. in Sanskrit

kha-gama bird; N. of a Brâhman. in Sanskrit

kha-kara flying; m. bird; fairy; -kitra, n. picture in the air=chimera. in Sanskrit

khâ-ni pit, mine. in Sanskrit

kha-pushpa flower in the air= chimera; -mûrti-mat, a. having an ethereal form. in Sanskrit

kha-sarîrin having an ethereal body. in Sanskrit

khâ-tá √khan; m. n. trench, pit; well, pond; n. cavity: (a)-ka, n. ditch, pit; -tri, m. digger; -tra, n. breach. in Sanskrit

khad-a covering (--°); m. cover, covering; wing; leaf; n. plumage; -ana, n. cover, covering; wing; leaf; -i, -in, a. covering (--°); -ís, n. cover (also of a wagon); roof. in Sanskrit

khâd-á devouring (--°); m. food; -aka, m. eater, consumer; debtor; -ana, n. chewing, eating; food: â, f. N.; -ikâ, f. eating (--°); -i-tri, m. eater, consumer; -i-tavya, fp. to be eaten or consumed; -in, a. chewing, biting (--°). in Sanskrit

khad-â hut, stall. in Sanskrit

khad-a sour drink made of buttermilk, etc. in Sanskrit

khâd-aka covering, concealing; -ana, n. covering, cover; clothing, raiment; veil; -in, a. covering, concealing (--°). in Sanskrit

khad-gá sword, dagger; rhinoceros; N. of a merchant's son. in Sanskrit

khad-irá made of Khadira wood. in Sanskrit

khad-man roof; guise, disguise; plea, pretext; fraud, hypocrisy; --°, the mask of--; °--, only in appearance, fraudulent, hypocritical. in Sanskrit

khâd-ya eatable. in Sanskrit

khadg-in armed with a sword; m. rhinoceros. in Sanskrit

khadga-grâhin sword-bearer; -dhara, a. wearing a sword; m. N.; -dhârâ, f. sword-blade: -vrata, n.=asidhârâ-vrata; -dhenu, f. knife; -pâni, a. having a sword in one's hand; -pâta, m. sword-cut; -prahâra, m. sword-stroke; -maya, a. consisting of swords; -va in Sanskrit

khadga̮amisha rhinoceros flesh. in Sanskrit

khadgi-dhenukâ female rhinoceros. in Sanskrit

khâdirá (î) made of Khadira wood. in Sanskrit

khâdm-ika fraudulent. in Sanskrit

khadm-in disguised as (--°). in Sanskrit

khadma-rûpin disguised in the form of (--°); -sthita, pp. feigning (--°). in Sanskrit

khag-â churning-stick. in Sanskrit

khág-a stirring, churning; tumult of battle. in Sanskrit

khaga-lá goat: î, f. she-goat. in Sanskrit

khaga̮adhipa Garuda; -̮indra, m. id. in Sanskrit

khál-a 1. threshing-floor; oil-cake; 2. wicked person, rogue: f. î. in Sanskrit

khal-a fraud, artifice, artful management, deception; pretence, illusion, guise: in., ab. under the guise of (--°); -ana, n. deceiving: â, f. id. in Sanskrit

khal-artha having the meaning of the suffix khal (gr.). in Sanskrit

khal-atí bald; m. baldness. in Sanskrit

khal-îna bit (of a bridle). in Sanskrit

khál-u [plainly], indeed, certainly; however, and yet: often merely emphatic; khálu vaí, certainly; nu khalu, with inter. pray? I wonder? na khalu, not at all; khalu̮api, now again (introducing a new topic); khalu with gd.=enough of --, do not --. in Sanskrit

khál-va pulse. in Sanskrit

khal-vâta bald-headed. in Sanskrit

khala-bhugaṅga snake-like rogue. in Sanskrit

khalâ-ya Â. play the rogue. in Sanskrit

khala-ya P. deceive. in Sanskrit

khale-kapota-nyâya manner in which a flock of pigeons swoop on a threshing-floor; -kapotikâ, f. id. in Sanskrit

khalî-kâra ill-treatment; -kri, ill-treat; -kriti, f. ill-treatment. in Sanskrit

khalika song accompanied with gesticulations. in Sanskrit

khâlitya baldness. in Sanskrit

khall-a bag. in Sanskrit

khaN [hole], spring, well. in Sanskrit

khan-á burrowing; m. pit; -aka, m. digger. in Sanskrit

khan-ati digging; -í, a. digging; f. mine; -i-trí, m. digger. in Sanskrit

khan-í-tra spade; (i)-traka, n. small spade; í-trima, a. produced by digging. in Sanskrit

khan-na cover; hiding-place, retreat: -̮upânta, a. whose slopes are covered (with, in.). in Sanskrit

khán-ya coming from pits. in Sanskrit

khâna food: -pâna, n. sg. meat and drink. in Sanskrit

khâna-ka digging (--°); m. undermining burglar. in Sanskrit

khana-khanâ-ya Â. clatter, crack: pp. -yita, clashing, etc. in Sanskrit

khana-kkhan-iti hissing. in Sanskrit

KHAND √2. KHAD. in Sanskrit

khand-a incomplete, deficient, not full (moon); m. n. piece, part; section (of a work); number, quantity, multitude, group; powdered sugar: -ka, m. part, piece, section; kind of dance(?); -kâpâlika, m. a partial Kâpâlika (sectary); -devakula, n. ruined te in Sanskrit

khand-ana breaking up, destroying, dispelling; n. crushing; hurting, wounding (esp. with the teeth); curtailing, destroying; baffling; refuting; deceiving; -anîya, fp. to be broken or cut in pieces. in Sanskrit

khánd-as pleasure, desire, will; magical or sacred hymn; hymn which is not Rik, Sâman, or Yagus; Vedic text, Veda; metre, prosody: (h)-sâstra, n. manual of prosody (esp. Piṅgala's); (s)-krita, pp. composed in metre; (h)-sûtra, n. (Piṅgala's) sûtra on pros in Sanskrit

khánd-a or khand-á pleasing, alluring; m. appearance, form; pleasure, will: in. or -tas, independently, according to one's own pleasure, at one's will; in., ab., or -tas, according to the will of (--°, g.). in Sanskrit

khanda-modaka manna-sugar (Pr.). in Sanskrit

khanda-sas in pieces: with kri, break in pieces; with gam, bhû, or yâ, go to pieces. in Sanskrit

khanda-ya P. break or cut in pieces; injure; bite; interrupt, disturb; destroy, dispel; cause to cease, satisfy; neglect; refute; deceive. ava, break in pieces. ud, tear off. vi, cut in pieces, lacerate. in Sanskrit

khândas-a (î) Vedic, archaic; conversant with the Vedas; prosodical. in Sanskrit

khândavá sweetmeat; N. of a forest in Kurukshetra. in Sanskrit

khanda̮anugâmin complaisant, obedient; -̮anuvritta, n. complaisance. in Sanskrit

khanda̮indu-mandana (adorned with a crescent), ep. of Siva. in Sanskrit

khandita-vritta of immoral conduct. in Sanskrit

khando-gá chanter of Sâman hymns, follower of the Sâma-veda; -ƶnukramanî, f. Vedic index of metres; -ƶnuvritta, n. complaisance; -bhâga, a. having a metre as his share. in Sanskrit

khando-má 8th, 9th, and 10th days in the dasarâtra; -mañgari, î, f. (nosegay of metres), T. of a work on metre; -máya, a. consisting or having the nature of sacred hymns; -vikiti, f. sifting of metres, prosody, T. of Piṅgala's work; -vivriti, f. elucidati in Sanskrit

khândog-ya doctrine of the Khandogas: N. of a Brâhmana of the Sâmaveda: -brâhmana, n. id.; -̮upanishad, f. T. of an Upanishad of the Sâma-veda. in Sanskrit

khañg-a lame: -tâ, f., -tva, n. -ness. in Sanskrit

khañg-ana wagtail: -̮akshî, f. girl with restless eyes. in Sanskrit

khâñg-ya limping, lameness. in Sanskrit

khañga-rîta wagtail: -ka, m. id. in Sanskrit

khár-a hard, rough; hot, sharp (also fig.): -m, ad.; m. ass; mule. in Sanskrit

khar-ma rudeness, harshness. in Sanskrit

khar-vá mutilated, crippled, defective; n. a large number, 1 followed by 10 or 37 zeros, quadrillion. in Sanskrit

khara-turagîya (samparka) between ass and horse; -nakhara, m. N. of a lion; -mayûkha, m. (hot-rayed), sun; -̮amsu, m. id. in Sanskrit

kharâ-ya behave like an ass: pp. -yita, n. tomfoolery. in Sanskrit

khard-ana emetic; n. vomiting; -i, f. vomiting, nausea; 1. -ís, n. protection; secure habitation; 2. -is, n. vomiting. in Sanskrit

kharî she ass or mule: -vishâna, n. ass's horn=chimera. in Sanskrit

kharkhoda magic: -vedin, a. versed in sorcery. in Sanskrit

khârvâ third age of the world. in Sanskrit

khasa son of an outcast Kshatriya: pl. N. of a people. in Sanskrit

khat-inî chalk. in Sanskrit

khat-tra [shader], umbrella (one of the insignia of royalty): -grâhinî, f. female umbrella-bearer; -dhâra, m. umbrella-bearer: -tva, n. office of --; -dhârana, n. use of an umbrella; -dhârin, m. umbrella-bearer; -vat, a. having an umbrella; -vriksha, m. N in Sanskrit

khatâ lump, mass, multitude; brilliance. in Sanskrit

khatamal in Sanskrit

khattr-âka mushroom; -ikâ, f. small umbrella; -in, a. having an umbrella (prince): (i)-nyâya, m. way of calling a king an umbrella-bearer=excusable tautology. in Sanskrit

khâttra pupil: -tâ, f. pupilage, apprenticeship: -m vrag, become a pupil. in Sanskrit

khatvâ bedstead; bed of sickness. in Sanskrit

khatvâ-tala space under a bed: lc. under the bed. in Sanskrit

khatva-ya P. turn into a bedstead. in Sanskrit

khatvâ̮aṅga foot of a bedstead (esp. as a weapon of Siva): -dhara, -dhâra, -bhrit, a. bearing a khatvâṅga, ep. of Siva. in Sanskrit

khâya giving shade; aN, f. shade, shadow; image, reflexion; reflected light, splendour, glitter; colour; beauty, grace (--°, a, n. in all these meanings compounded with a word in the genitive sense); quantity; mere shade of=a little (--°); Sanskrit transl in Sanskrit

khâyâ-graha mirror or sundial; -taru, m. shady tree; -̮âtman, m. shadowed self; -druma, m. shady tree; -dvitîya, a. having a shadow as a second, casting a shadow; -nâtaka, n. kind of play; -máya, a. shadow-like; -yantra, n. sun-dial; -vat, a. shady; -samg in Sanskrit

khe-kara (î) moving in the air, flying; m. bird; angel; fairy: î, f. fairy; with siddhi, magical power of flying; -tâ, f., -tva, n. id. in Sanskrit

khe-ya to be dug; being dug. in Sanskrit

khed-a one who cuts down (--°); cut, piece, slice; slit; cutting, cutting off or down (g. or --°); separation; destruction, dissipation; interruption; cessation, failure, lack; exact statement, definition; decision, settlement of a dispute (in all these s in Sanskrit

khed-a pressure, hardship, trouble; faintness, weariness, affliction; annoyance at (g.): â, f. N. of a locality; -ana, n. exhaustion; -ayitavya, fp. to be afflicted; -in, a. tired, weary; fatiguing. in Sanskrit

khed-ana cutting; destroying; n. cutting; cutting off or down; splitting; breaking (int.); -anîya, fp. to be cut up; -in, a. cutting off; splitting, breaking; destroying, removing (--°); -ya, fp. to be cut; to be cut off or mutilated. in Sanskrit

kheda-ka cutting off or in pieces (--°). in Sanskrit

kheka dexterous, crafty: -̮ukti, f. allusion, ambiguous speech. in Sanskrit

khel-á swinging, swaying, rocking; m. N.: -gamana, a. of playful gait; -ana, n. flying or moving to and fro; restless motion (of the eye): -ka, n. play, sport; -i, f. (?) play, sport. in Sanskrit

khela-ka he-goat; ikâ, f. she-goat. in Sanskrit

khet-tavya to be cut off; -tri, m. wood-cutter; destroyer, remover, dispeller. in Sanskrit

kheta village inhabited by peasants; shield; m. phlegm; a. low, mean; -ka, hamlet; shield. in Sanskrit

khid cutting off; splitting, piercing; destroying, removing (--°); f. cutting off; --°, destruction. in Sanskrit

khid-rá awl, gimlet. in Sanskrit

khid-rá torn; perforated, leaky; n. hole, gap, aperture; opening, entry; defect, failing, weak point; distress: -tâ, f. openness, quality of giving space. in Sanskrit

khid-ura easily breaking (rope, etc.); destroying (--°). in Sanskrit

khidr-in hollow (tooth). in Sanskrit

khidra-ya P. perforate: pp. khidrita, having a hole. in Sanskrit

khidra̮anusârin seeking out the weaknesses of (g.). in Sanskrit

khik-kâra antelope. in Sanskrit

khikkâ sneeze. in Sanskrit

khil-yá waste land; block, lump, piece. in Sanskrit

khilá waste land; n. supplement. in Sanskrit

khila-kshetra barren field. in Sanskrit

khin-na snapped nose-cord. in Sanskrit

khola water-proof hat. in Sanskrit

khora halting, lame. in Sanskrit

khot-ana cutting off; -ikâ, f. snap (with forefinger and thumb). in Sanskrit

khúbuka chin. in Sanskrit

KHUR cover with (in.): pp. khurita, bestrewn or studded with (in., --°). â, pp. clothed with (in.). vi, pp. bestrewn, covered, studded, or painted with (in., --°). in Sanskrit

khur-ikâ knife. in Sanskrit

khur-in animal with hoofs. in Sanskrit

khura hoof; claw. in Sanskrit

khura-ka dance. in Sanskrit

khyâ-p-aka announcing, indicating (--°). in Sanskrit

khyâ-p-ana proclaiming, manifesting; confession; making famous. in Sanskrit

khyâ-ti perception; supposition, assertion; knowledge; fame, celebrity; name: -mat, a. celebrated, famous; -viruddha, pp. opposed to the general assumption. in Sanskrit

khyâp-in manifesting, exhibiting (--°). in Sanskrit

khyâta-kîrti of celebrated fame. in Sanskrit

khyâ̮ana perception, knowledge. in Sanskrit

ki-d not even; in C. it is used only with interrogatives (and gâtu), rendering them indefinite. in Sanskrit

kî-driksha of what kind? in Sanskrit

ki-hn-a [√khan] mark, sign, token, indication, attribute: --°, a. marked or characterised by: -ka, n. jot, tittle. in Sanskrit

ki-kal-i-shu about to start. in Sanskrit

ki-kar-i-shu endeavouring to go. in Sanskrit

ki-kart-i-shâ desire to cut off; -ishu, a. wishing to cut off. in Sanskrit

ki-kîr-sha √kri, do; -shâ, f. desire to do or make, longing for (g.; --°); -shita, n. undertaking; purpose, intention; -shu, a. wishing to do, make, fashion, perform, or practise; desirous of (ac., --°). in Sanskrit

ki-kít knowing; shining. in Sanskrit

ki-kit-sa physician; -sana, n. medical treatment; -sâ, f. id.; medical science; -sita, (pp.) n. id. (--°, a. f. â); -sya, fp. curable. in Sanskrit

kî-naNsa [acquiring what?=indigent], agricultural labourer; miser. in Sanskrit

ki-rá long (time); of long standing; old (friend); belonging to the olden time: -m, ad. long, for a long time; slowly; long ago; too long; -m kri, be long, delay; °--, in., d., ab., g., lc. after a long time; for a long time, long; d., ab., g. also at las in Sanskrit

ki-ta building: -̮agni, m. burning funeral pile; -̮adhirohana, n. ascending the funeral pile; -̮anala, m. burning funeral pile. in Sanskrit

ki-tâ pile of wood, funeral pyre: -dhûma, m. smoke of the funeral pile. in Sanskrit

kí-tya that is piled or built up; m. (sc. agni) fire placed on a layer or pile; â, f. piling, building up (of an altar). in Sanskrit

kî-vara iron-file; n. mendicant's garment (esp. of a Buddhist). in Sanskrit

kí-yat how great? how far? how long? how various? of what kind? of what value? kíyat, ad. how far? how much? wherefore?=uselessly; indef. prn. a. small, little, some; n. ad. a little, somewhat; with following ka & preceding yâvat, however great; of whatev in Sanskrit

kibuka chin. in Sanskrit

kid-âtman the thinking soul, pure intellect; -ânanda-maya, a. consisting of intellect and joy. in Sanskrit

kid-vat like a kit (gr.). in Sanskrit

kîdrig-âkâra having what appearance? -rûpa, a. id.; -vyâpâra-vat, a. having what occupation? in Sanskrit

kihna-ya P. mark: pp. kihnita, marked; symbolized; pari, id.: pp. signed. in Sanskrit

kik-khakti thinking power. in Sanskrit

kîkaka bamboo; m. a general of Virâta, vanquished by Bhîmasena: pl. N. of a people. in Sanskrit

kîkasa spine; n. bone. in Sanskrit

kikkana smooth, slippery. in Sanskrit

kiknasa particles of bruised grain. in Sanskrit

kikura hair of the head; hair. in Sanskrit

kîl-ikâ peg; bolt; -ita, pp. fastened, bolted; nailed down; studded with (in., --°). in Sanskrit

kilañga mat. in Sanskrit

kilaNs-a leprous; n. leprosy; -in, a. leprous. in Sanskrit

kilbish-a transgression, guilt, sin; injustice, injury: -sprit, a. removing or avoiding sin; -in, a. guilty, sinful; m. sinner. in Sanskrit

kiliñga mat. in Sanskrit

killed in Sanskrit

killed by Vishnu in Sanskrit

killi î) kind of vegetable. in Sanskrit

killing in Sanskrit

kills in Sanskrit

kim-adhikarana directed to what? -abhidhâna, a. how named? -artha, a. having what purpose? -m, ad. for what purpose? wherefore? -âkhya, a. how named? -âdhâra, a. relating to what? in Sanskrit

kim-îya belonging to whom or what place? in Sanskrit

kim-kará servant, slave: -tva, n. servitude; î, f. female servant or slave; -kartavya-tâ, f. perplexity as to what is to be done next; -kârya-tâ, f. id. in Sanskrit

kim-nara -nâmaka (ikâ), -nâmadheya, -nâman, a. having what name? -nimitta, a. occasioned by what? -m, why? in Sanskrit

kim-parivâra having what retinue? -púrusha (or á), m. kind of elf, dwarf (attendants of Kubera); -prabhâva, a. how mighty? -prabhu, m. bad lord; -phala, a. producing what fruit? -bala, a. how strong? -bhûta, pp. being what? having what attribute (in comme in Sanskrit

kim-suka -sakhi, m. bad friend; -suhrid, m. id.; -hetu, a. caused by what? in Sanskrit

kim-yú desiring what? -rûpa, a. of what form or appearance? -vadanta, m. N. of a demon: î, f. report; saying, proverb; -varna, a. of what colour? -vishaya-ka, a. relating to what? -vritta, pp. surprised at what has happened, incautious; -vyâpâra, a. occup in Sanskrit

kimkan-ya property. in Sanskrit

kimkit-ka ya, any, every; -kara, a. significant; (n)-mâtra, n. a little bit. in Sanskrit

kiṅ-kin-î small bell; -ikâ, f. id.; -ik-in, a. adorned with small bells. in Sanskrit

kin-maya intellectual; -mâtra, a. pure intelligence. in Sanskrit

kina callosity; scar. in Sanskrit

kîna the Chinese; -pishta, n. vermilion: -maya, a. consisting of vermilion; -̮amsuka, n. silk cloth. in Sanskrit

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kiñkâ tamarind (tree and fruit). in Sanskrit

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kint-â thought, reflection, consideration; uneasiness, apprehension; solicitude regarding (lc. or --°); anxiety about (g., lc., or upari); N.: -para, a. engrossed by (sad) reflections, thoughtful; -mani, m. magical thought-gem (fulfilling its possessor's in Sanskrit

kint-aka thinking of, caring for, superintending, familiar with (--°); -ana, n. thinking of, reflecting on, care for (g., --°); cares, troubles; -anîya, fp. to be thought of or devised; -ayi-tavya, fp. to be thought of or remembered. in Sanskrit

kint-ita thought; purpose; cares: -̮upanata, pp. appearing as soon as thought of; -̮upasthita, pp. id. in Sanskrit

kint-ya to be thought of; still to be considered, doubtful, questionable. in Sanskrit

kinva yeast; ferment (used in making spirit). in Sanskrit

kipita blunt, flattened, flat: -ghrâna, -nâsa, a. flat-nosed; -nâsika, a. id. in Sanskrit

kipnapping in Sanskrit

kir-ána dust; mote; ray. in Sanskrit

kîr-í bard, poet; -ín, a. praising; m. bard. in Sanskrit

kîr-ikâ written proclamation. in Sanskrit

kîr-in clothed in bark or rags. in Sanskrit

kîr-tí mention; renown, fame: -kara, a. (î) making famous; -mat, a. renowned, famous; -yuta, pp. id.; -sesha, m. survival in fame only, death; -sâra, m. N.; -sena, m. N. of a nephew of Vâsuki; -soma, m. N. in Sanskrit

kîra parrot: pl. N. of a people. in Sanskrit

kîra strip of bark or cloth; rag; m. cricket: î, f. id.; -khanda, m. rag; -mokana, n. N. of a Tîrtha; -vasana, -vâsas, a. clothed in bark or rags. in Sanskrit

kira-kâra slow, tardy; dilatory; -kâr-i, -kâr-in, a. id.: i-ta, f., i-tva, n. tardiness, dilatoriness; -kâla, a. belonging to the olden time; m. long time: -m, °--, for a long time; ab. after a long time; on account of the long interval; -krita, pp. long in Sanskrit

kira-pura -pravâsin, a. long absent from home; -pravritta, pp. of long standing: -- esha panthâh, this is an old story; -bhâvin, a. being far off (in time); -mitra, n. old friend; -mokana, n. N. of a Tîrtha. in Sanskrit

kira-râtra after a long time, at length; -viraha-ga, a. arising from long separation; -velâ, f. late time of day: in. at so late an hour; -sam- kita, pp. long accumulated; -sthita, pp. having stood for a long time. in Sanskrit

kira-ya (Â. rare) be long, delay, tarry. in Sanskrit

kirâ-ya be long, tarry: pp. kirâyita, tarrying long. in Sanskrit

kiran-tana old, ancient. in Sanskrit

kirandhî female still living in her father's house. in Sanskrit

kírâta man or king of the Kirâtas: î, f. Kirâta woman; -̮argunîya, n. Arguna's combat with Siva disguised as a Kirâta: T. of a poem by Bhâravi (6th cent. a. d.). in Sanskrit

kirâta merchant. in Sanskrit

kira̮âyusha granting long life; -̮âyushya, a. destined to live long: -tâ, f. abst. n.; -̮âyus, a. long-lived. in Sanskrit

kira̮ushita long absent from home. in Sanskrit

kirbhat-ikâ cucumber; -î, f. id. in Sanskrit

kiri parrot. in Sanskrit

kirît-a diadem; m. merchant; -in, a. adorned with a diadem; m. epithet of Indra and of Arguna. in Sanskrit

kirmi-rá variegated; î-ra, a., [î-rita, pp. id. in Sanskrit

kîrna having performed his vow. in Sanskrit

kîrna √krî, scatter. in Sanskrit

kîrt-ana mention, report; enumeration; narration; -anîya, fp. to be mentioned or praised. in Sanskrit

kîsa monkey. in Sanskrit

kisalaya bud, shoot, sprout; den. P. cause to sprout; arouse: pp. i-ta, sprouted; having young shoots. in Sanskrit

kishkindha â, f. N. of a cave. in Sanskrit

kishku fore-arm; handle (of an axe). in Sanskrit

kisorá foal; young of an animal; -ka, m. id. in Sanskrit

kît-kâra noise; braying: -vat, a. accompanied with noise; -krita, (pp.) n.= kîtkâra; -kriti, f. rattle, clatter. in Sanskrit

kit-rá manifest, visible, distinguished, clear, bright; distinct, audible (sound); variegated, speckled, dappled; various, manifold; qualified with torture (punishment); wonderful; n. bright-coloured object, glittering ornament; jewel; picture; surprising in Sanskrit

kit-tá observation; thought; purpose, will; mind, heart, intellect, reason; a. thinking of (--°). in Sanskrit

kít-ti thought; understanding; insight; intent. in Sanskrit

kîta insect; worm; worm of a --, =wretched (--°); -ka, m., i-kâ, f. id.; -ga, n. silk; -mani, m. fire-fly. in Sanskrit

kitavá gamester; cheat, rogue. in Sanskrit

kîta̮avapanna upon which an insect has fallen. in Sanskrit

kita̮edha relating to a funeral pile. in Sanskrit

kîta̮utkara ant-hill. in Sanskrit

kite in Sanskrit

kiti wild boar. in Sanskrit

kiti-kâ pile of wood; funeral pyre; often --° (after a numeral) a. in the sense of layer. in Sanskrit

kítr-iya distinguished; m. N. in Sanskrit

kítr-ya sparkling. in Sanskrit

kitra-ka leopard (Cheeta); n. mark (--°, a. characterised by); picture, painting; -kara, m. painter (a mixed caste); -karman, n. painting; picture; adornment (Pr.); -kûta, m. hill of pleasure; (Bright-peak), N. of a mountain (in Bundelkund, now Kitrakote) in Sanskrit

kitrá-ratha having a brilliant car; m. N.; -likhana, n. painting; -likhita, pp. painted; -lekhâ, f. picture; N.; -vat, a. adorned with pictures, painted; -vana, n. (variegated wood), N. of a forest on the Gandakî; -varti, f. paint-brush; -varti-kâ, f. id. in Sanskrit

kitra-sâlâ picture-room; -sâlikâ, f. id. (Pr.); -sikhandin, m. pl. (having shining locks), ep. of the seven sages (Marîki, Atri, Aṅgiras, Pulastya, Pulaha, Kratu, and Vasishtha); the Great Bear; -sravastama, spv. worthy of the loudest praise; (á)-sena, a. in Sanskrit

kitra-ya P. variegate, decorate, adorn: pp. kitrita, variegated, embellished, painted. ud, pp. richly decked or provided with (in.). in Sanskrit

kitra̮aṅga Dapple-body, N. of a deer and of a dog; î, f. N. of a courtesan; -̮aṅgada, a. adorned with brilliant bracelets; m. N. of a fairy, of a Gandharva, and of a recorder of human actions in Yama's realm; -̮anna, n. rice coloured by the addition of in in Sanskrit

kitrî-ya Â. be astonished; cause astonishment. in Sanskrit

kitrî-yâ astonishment. in Sanskrit

kitt-ín wise, intelligent. in Sanskrit

kitta secretion. in Sanskrit

kitta-kheda affliction, grief; -kaura, m. heart-stealer, lover; -ga, m. (heart-born), love; Kâma; -ganman, m. id.; -gña, a. knowing the intentions or heart of (g.); having knowledge of human nature; -nâtha, m. heart's lord, lover; -nâsa, m. loss of consci in Sanskrit

kitta̮âkarshana winning of the heart; -̮âkarshin, a. charming the heart; -̮anuvartin, a. gratifying (g., --°); -̮anuvritti, f. gratification. in Sanskrit

kiyad-dûra some distance: -m, lc., °--, not far, a short way. in Sanskrit

kiyak-kiram how long? -kirena, in. ad. how soon? in Sanskrit

kiyan-mâtra of little importance; n. trifle. in Sanskrit

klaíb-ya impotence; timidness, faintheartedness; cowardice; weakness. in Sanskrit

klam-a fatigue, exhaustion, languor: -̮apaha, a. dispelling fatigue. in Sanskrit

klân-ti fatigue, languor, exhaustion. in Sanskrit

KLAV klavita, faltering. in Sanskrit

kled-a moisture, humidity; -ana, n. moistening. in Sanskrit

kles-a torment, pain, suffering, affliction, distress; -in, a. painful, distressing; hurting. in Sanskrit

klîbá emasculated, impotent; unmanly, timorous, cowardly; waterless (cloud); m. eunuch; weakling, coward; n. neuter (gender): -tâ, f. impotency; weakness. in Sanskrit

klip-i klip (gr.). in Sanskrit

klíp-ti (also-tí) coming about, success. in Sanskrit

klipta-kesa-nakha-sma- sru having his hair, nails, and beard trimmed. in Sanskrit

klishta-vritti leading a wretched life. in Sanskrit

kló-man right lung. in Sanskrit

kloma-hridayá right lung and heart. in Sanskrit

knath-a knath (gr.). in Sanskrit

knee in Sanskrit

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knower of Brahma in Sanskrit

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KNÛY knopaya, P. drench. abhi, wet, moisten. in Sanskrit

ko- kas], what? how? =strange, indifferent, somewhat, easily (cp. ka, kava, kâ, kim, ku). in Sanskrit

ko-danda [kind of rod], bow. in Sanskrit

ko-drava inferior grain eaten by the poor people. in Sanskrit

ko-mala [easily fading], tender; soft (fig.); -̮aṅga, a. (î) of tender frame. in Sanskrit

ko-vida [knowing well], knowing, skilled in (g., lc., --°): -tva, n. skill. in Sanskrit

kód-a goad, whip; -á, a. inspiring, stimulating; furthering; -aka, a. impelling; m. injunction, direction; invitation. in Sanskrit

kód-ana urging, impelling; n., â, f. incitement, invitation; command; precept, prescription; -ayi-tavya, cs. fp. to be censured or criticised; -ayitri, m., trî, f. inciter, stimulator, promoter; -i-tri, m. inciter, stimulator, promoter; -ya, fp. to be urg in Sanskrit

koda ridge (on bricks); doublet: -karna, m. N. in Sanskrit

kok-a shrinking, shrivelling. in Sanskrit

kok-ila cuckoo. in Sanskrit

koka cinnamon bark. in Sanskrit

kóka wolf; cuckoo; ruddy goose (kakravâka): f. î. in Sanskrit

koka-nada red lotus (flower); -nadinî, f. red lotus (plant). in Sanskrit

koksha clean, pure. in Sanskrit

kola boar, hog: -tâ, f. abst. n. in Sanskrit

kola jacket, doublet: pl. N. of a people (inhabitants of the modern Tanjore); sg. prince of Kola; -ka, m. pl. the Kolas; -mandala, n. province of Kola, Koromandel coast. in Sanskrit

kolâ-hal-a clamour, outcry, uproar; yelling: -in, a. filled with din (--°). in Sanskrit

kola-ka perfume. in Sanskrit

koṅ-kâra the sound kom. in Sanskrit

kona corner, angle; intermediate point of the compass (N. E. etc.). in Sanskrit

koṅkâna (î) coming from Koṅkana (horse). in Sanskrit

kop-a morbid excitement (esp. of the bodily humours); fury (of battle, etc.); wrath, anger (at, g., lc., prati, upari, or --°): -m kri, be angry: -ka, a. irascible; -kshamâvismaya-harsha-vat, a. angry, compassionate, astonished, and glad; -ganman, a. prod in Sanskrit

kop-ana passionate, wrathful, angry; n. excitement; provocation; -in, a. angry, wrathful. in Sanskrit

kor-á thief; plagiarist: (a)-ka, m. thief; -ayitavya, fp. to be stolen. in Sanskrit

kora flexible joint (of the body). in Sanskrit

kora-ka (?) bud: î, f. id. in Sanskrit

korita-ka stolen object. in Sanskrit

kós-a butt, tub, pail, coop (esp. of clouds); box, chest; sheath; case; shell; abode; store-room; treasury, treasure; vocabulary, dictionary; treasury of poetry, collection of stanzas; bud, calix (esp. of the lotus); cocoon; cup of peace; sacred draught u in Sanskrit

kosa-vat wealthy; -vâri, n. ordeal water; -vesman, n. treasury; -̮agâra, m. n. id.: -̮adhikârin, m. treasurer; -̮adhyaksha, m. treasurer. in Sanskrit

kosala â, f. capital of Kosala, i. e. Ayodhyâ; -gâ, f. born in Kosala, ep. of Râma's mother; -videhá, m. pl. the Kosalas and the Videhas. in Sanskrit

kosala kosala. in Sanskrit

kosh-a sucking (--°); m. burning, parched feeling, feverishness; -ana, n. sucking; -ya, fp. to be sucked. in Sanskrit

koshtha entrails, stomach, abdomen; n. store-room; encircling wall; -̮agâra, n. store-house, granary; -̮agni, m. fire of the stomach, i. e. of digestion. in Sanskrit

kota fortress, stronghold (cp. kotta). in Sanskrit

kotara hollow of a tree; cavity: -vat, a. having caves. in Sanskrit

kota̮adri (fortress-hill). in Sanskrit

koth-a putrefaction. in Sanskrit

koti (also î) curved tip (of a bow, talons, etc.); point; extremity, height, highest degree; ten millions; -ka, m. kind of frog; -kâ, f. extreme point: --°,=outcast, scum of; -mat, a. pointed; -vedhin, a. hitting the extreme=accomplishing a most difficult in Sanskrit

koti̮îsvara (lord of ten millions), N. of a millionaire. in Sanskrit

kotta [ko-(a)tta], stronghold; -pâla, m. commandant of a fortress. in Sanskrit

kottavî naked woman. in Sanskrit

kr-á-tu power, might, efficacy; counsel, intelligence, wisdom; inspiration; plan, purpose, wish, will; sacrifice (sts. personified); N. of the three liturgies forming the prâtaranuvâka; N. of a son of Brahman (one of the Pragâpatis and of the seven Rishis in Sanskrit

kr-ânaN √kri) willingly; straightway. in Sanskrit

krakaka saw; m. a plant. in Sanskrit

KRAKSH krákshamâna, (V.) raging, roaring. in Sanskrit

krám-a step; gait; course; posture for attack; regular order, succession, gradation; inheritance; method, manner, way; usage, ritual; occasion, reason for (--°, g.); a way of reciting the Veda: in., ab., or -tas, in order, in turn; in., ab., °--, in due c in Sanskrit

krám-ana step, tread; walking; treading on (--°). in Sanskrit

kram-ika inherited, hereditary; successive. in Sanskrit

krama-gata coming in the way of (g.). in Sanskrit

krama-pâtha krama method of reciting the Veda; -prâpta, pp. inherited; -yoga, m. regular order, succession; -râgya, n. N. of a locality; -varta, N. of a country; -vriddhi, f. gradual increase; -sas, ad. in order, in turn; gradually. in Sanskrit

krama̮âkrânta seized at one bound; -̮âgata, pp. come by succession, inherited; -̮âyâta, pp. id., hereditary. in Sanskrit

kramela-ka camel. in Sanskrit

kramu-ka betel-nut tree. in Sanskrit

krân-tá √kram; n. step; -ti, f. ecliptic. in Sanskrit

kránd-a neigh; cry: -dhvani, m. cry of pain; -ana, n. crying aloud; lamentation; -as, n. battle-cry: du. the two contending hosts. in Sanskrit

krasa-ya P. emaciate. in Sanskrit

krash-tavya to be dragged; to be extracted. in Sanskrit

KRATH krâthaya, P. be extravagant or wild. in Sanskrit

krath-a krath (gr.). in Sanskrit

kratha-kaisika Kratha son of Vidarbha and from Kaisika). in Sanskrit

kratu-deva resolute; intelligent, wise; -râg, m. chief sacrifice (Asvamedha and Râgasûya); -vikrayin, a. selling the rewards for a sacrifice; -víd, a. powerful, inspiring. in Sanskrit

kratû-yá P. will earnestly. in Sanskrit

krauda (î) belonging to the boar. in Sanskrit

krauñka (î) curlew; N. of a mountain cleft by Kârttikeya; -ripu, -satru, m. ep. of Kârttikeya. in Sanskrit

kraur-ya cruelty, hardheartedness. in Sanskrit

krav-ís raw flesh, carrion. in Sanskrit

krav-yá flesh-eating; -mukha, m. N. of a wolf; -vaNhana, a. carrying away bodies (v. l. for kavya-). in Sanskrit

kravish-nú eager for raw flesh. in Sanskrit

kray-á purchase; price: -krîta, pp. bought; -vikraya, m. (sg. and du.) purchase and sale; trade; -vikrayin, a. buying and selling, bargaining. in Sanskrit

kray-ana purchase; -âna-ka, a. marketable; -ika, -in, m. buyer. in Sanskrit

kráy-ya purchasable. in Sanskrit

kreṅ-kâra the sound kreṅ. in Sanskrit

kri-kara partridge; a vital air causing hunger. in Sanskrit

krí-mi [worker], worm; insect, maggot; silk-worm; -ka, m. little worm; *-kosa- ga, *-kosa̮uttha, a. silken; -ga, a. produced by a worm; n. aloe-wood; -tantu-gâla, n. cobweb; -la, a. wormy. in Sanskrit

kri-no-tana 2 pl. impv. of √kri, do. in Sanskrit

kri-tá made, done, performed; prepared, ready; acquired; well done, all right; --°, relating to: -m, done!=it shall be done at once; w. in. away with, enough of; n. deed, work, action; benefit (-m vid, be conscious of benefits received); stake (in play); in Sanskrit

krî-ta √krî; n. purchase: -ka, a. (son) acquired by purchase; -̮anusaya, m. repenting of a purchase. in Sanskrit

kri-te owing to, on account of, for, instead of (g. or --°); abs. for a purpose: -na, in. ad. id. in Sanskrit

kri-tnú active, skilful. in Sanskrit

kri-tríma artificial, factitious; spurious; fictitious, feigned; casual, accidental; adopted (son): -tâ, f. cunning; -dhûpaka, m. compound incense; -bhâva, m. feigned affection; -mânikya-maya, a. consisting of false rubies; -mitra-tâ, f. friendship contra in Sanskrit

krí-tv-as [makings], times (C. only--°, forming multiplicative numerals). in Sanskrit

krí-tvan (r-î) making, producing (--°); active. in Sanskrit

krí-tvya efficient; laborious. in Sanskrit

krí-tya to be done; suitable, right; corruptible: -m, any one (g.) needs or cares for (in.); m. krit suffix of the future pt. ps.: tavya, anîya or ya (gr.); aN, f. act, deed, performance, function (-- rúgah, ill-treatment); sorcery, charm; wicked fairy; n in Sanskrit

kri-yâ making, doing; performance; business, transaction; action, act; work; trouble; labour; notion of the verb, verb (gr.); literary work; rite, ceremony; medical treatment, cure; (legal) proof. in Sanskrit

krîd-á playing, dallying; -ana, n. playing, play: -ka, m. plaything; -anîya, n. id. in Sanskrit

krîd-aN play, sport, jest, dalliance: -kapi-tva, n. jesting imitation of a monkey; -kânana, n. pleasure-grove; -kâsâra, m. pleasure-pond; -kopa, n. simulated anger; -kautuka, n. wanton curiosity; -kausala, n. art of jesting; -gríha, m. n. pleasure-house; in Sanskrit

krid-anta ending in a krit suffix; m. primary noun (formed directly from a vbl. root). in Sanskrit

krîd-í playing, dallying; -ita, pp. one who has played; n. play; -ín, a. playing, dallying; -ú: -mát, a. id. in Sanskrit

krika-vaNku cock; peacock. in Sanskrit

krikalâsá lizard; chameleon. in Sanskrit

krikkhrá distressing, grievous, dire; severe, dangerous; wretched, miserable: -m, ad. miserably; m. n. difficulty, distress, trouble, misery; danger; penance; kind of minor penance; °--, -tas, in., ab. with difficulty, with much ado. in Sanskrit

krikkhra-karman distress, trouble; -kâla, m. time of distress or danger; -gata, pp. distressed, endangered; practising penance; -tâ, f. dangerousness; -patita, pp. fallen into distress; -prâna, a. whose life is in danger; eking out one's existence with di in Sanskrit

krikkhra̮abda one year's penance. in Sanskrit

krikkhra̮atikrikkhra ordinary and extraordinary penance; sg. kind of penance. in Sanskrit

krími krimi. in Sanskrit

krint-ana cutting up or off. in Sanskrit

krintá-tra cleft. in Sanskrit

kríp form, appearance; beauty (only in. -aN.) in Sanskrit

krip-â pity, compassion (with g. or lc.): -m kri, have pity on (lc.). in Sanskrit

krip-aná doleful; miserable, wretched; avaricious: -m, ad. dolefully, pitifully; m. miser; -ána, n. misery, wretchedness; -varna, a. looking wretched. in Sanskrit

krip-âna sword: î, f. scissors; dagger, knife; -latikâ, f. sword-blade. in Sanskrit

kripâ-lu having pity for (g.); compassionate (-tâ, f. abst. n.); -vat, a. id. in Sanskrit

kripá-nîla dwelling in lustre. in Sanskrit

kripâ-ya Â. mourn, lament; pity. in Sanskrit

kripa-ya P. mourn, lament (for, ac.). in Sanskrit

kripân-ikâ knife, dagger. in Sanskrit

kris-á thin, slender; feeble, sickly; not full (moon); slender, weak, insignificant; poor; m. N.; (a)-ka, a. slender; -gava, a. hvg. thin cows; -tâ, f., -tva, n. thinness; -dhana, a. of slender means, poor; -buddhi, a. of weak intellect; -bhritya, a. havi in Sanskrit

kris-ânu shooting well; m. bowman; N. of a celestial bowman, guardian of Soma; ep. of Agni; fire. in Sanskrit

krisara dish of rice and sesamum. in Sanskrit

krisa̮aṅga (î) thin, slender; -̮atithi, a. having thin (starving) guests. in Sanskrit

krisa̮artha of slender means, poor; -̮asva, a. having thin (starving) horses. in Sanskrit

krisa̮udara (î) thin-bellied, slender. in Sanskrit

krish-aka husbandman. in Sanskrit

krish-í agriculture; field (also î), arable land; harvest; -ikâ, f. agriculture; -karman, n. agriculture; -phala, n. success in husbandry; harvest. in Sanskrit

krish-ná black; dark; w. paksha, dark half of the month (from full to new moon); m. (kríshna) black antelope; N. of a god (incarnation of Vishnu): du. Krishna and Arguna; â, f. kind of leech; N. of several plants; ep. of Draupadî, and of Durgâ; n. blackne in Sanskrit

krish-tí agricultural folk; people; m. sage. in Sanskrit

krish-ya to be ploughed. in Sanskrit

krishhna in Sanskrit

KRishhNa consciousness in Sanskrit

krishî-valá husbandman. in Sanskrit

krishn-ikâ blackness; -i-man, m. id. in Sanskrit

Krishna's beloved in Sanskrit

krishna-gati (black-pathed), fire; -katurdasî, f. 14th day of the dark half= new moon; -ganma̮ashtamî, f. a certain eighth day which is Krishna's birthday; -tâ, f., -tva, n. blackness; -nayana, -netra, a. black-eyed; -paksha, m. dark fortnight (full moon in Sanskrit

krishná-la black berry (used as weight and coin). in Sanskrit

krishna-varna black-coloured; -vartman, m. fire (black-tracked); (á)-vâla, a. black-tailed; -sakti, m. N.; -sarpa, m. kind of black snake; -sâra, a. chiefly black, spotted black and white; m. spotted antelope; (á)-sâraṅga, a.; m. f.; id. in Sanskrit

krishnâ-ya P. behave like Krishna; Â. blacken. in Sanskrit

krishna̮aguru aloe; -̮aginá, n. skin of the black antelope. in Sanskrit

krishnî night (the black one). in Sanskrit

krishta-ga growing on ploughed land, cultivated (land); -phala, n. value of the harvest. in Sanskrit

krit-in active; clever; skilful, experienced (in, lc., --°); having attained one's object, satisfied; -i-tva, n. satisfaction. in Sanskrit

krit-sná whole, complete: pl. (rare) all: -tâ, f., -tva, n. wholeness, completeness; -sas, ad. wholly, completely. in Sanskrit

krita-ka artificial, feigned, false; adopted (son): -m, feignedly, -tva, n. quality of being artificially produced; -kartavya, a. having fulfilled his task; -karman, n. an accomplished deed; a. having fulfilled one's duty; -kârin, a. doing a thing; -kârya in Sanskrit

krita-pada having found a footing; -punya, a. happy; -pûrva, a. done before: -nâsana, n. non-recognition of previous benefits, ingratitude; -pûrvin, a. having done something (ac.) before; -pragña, a. wise; -pratikrita, n. attack and resistance; -prayatna, in Sanskrit

krita-silpa having acquired an art; -sauka, a. having cleansed or purified himself; -srama, a. having undergone hardships, having occupied oneself zealously with (lc., --°); -samskâra, a. elaborated, prepared; adorned; consecrated; -samgña, a. to whom a s in Sanskrit

krita-tîrtha to which a stair has been made; -tvara, a. hastening; -dâra, a. married; -dâsa, m. one who offers himself as a slave for a fixed time; -dîrgha-rosha, m. protracted wrath; -dhî, a. clever; resolved on (inf.); -dhvag, a. furnished with banners; in Sanskrit

krita-yatna having exerted himself; -yantrana, a. controlling oneself; -yuga, n. golden age; -lakshana, a. marked; branded; -vat, pp. act. having done; -varman, m. N. of various men; -vasati, a. having taken up his abode, dwelling; -vâpa, -vâpana, a. havi in Sanskrit

kritârtha-ya P. satisfy; fulfil. in Sanskrit

kritârthî-karana satisfactory; -kri, satisfy; -bhû, be satisfied. in Sanskrit

krita̮akrita what is done and not done (n. sg. or du.); half done; prepared and not prepared; arbitrary. in Sanskrit

krita̮âlaya having taken up one's abode, dwelling (in, lc., --°); feeling at home; -̮avasakthika, a. having put on a loincloth; -̮avasatha, a. received into one's house; -̮avastha, a. compelled to appear in court; -̮âsamsa, a. hoping; -̮astra, a. practise in Sanskrit

krita̮aṅka branded; -̮añgala, a. having the palms joined in supplication to (d.); -̮âtithya, a. having practised hospitality; hospitably entertained; -̮âtman, a. whose mind is cultivated or purified; -̮âdara, a. treated with due respect; -̮anuvyâdha, a. f in Sanskrit

krita̮udaka having performed the prescribed ablutions; having made offerings of water to the dead; -̮unmâda, a. feigning madness; -̮upakâra, a. having rendered a service; benefited. in Sanskrit

krita◡́âgas guilty, sinful. in Sanskrit

kritta̮avasesha broken off except a small remnant. in Sanskrit

krítti hide: -vâsas, a. clad in a hide, ep. of Siva, and of his wife Durgâ. in Sanskrit

kríttikâ the Pleiades (a lunar mansion): personified as the six nurses of Skanda. in Sanskrit

kritvî √ kri. in Sanskrit

krityaN-rûpa looking like a ghost; -hata, pp. bewitched, destroyed by magic. in Sanskrit

krívi water-skin: pl. N. of a people (in C.=Pañkâla). in Sanskrit

kriyâ̮âkula busy, overwhelmed with business; -̮âtmaka, a. whose nature is activity: -tva, n. abst. n.; -dveshin, a. evading the evidence; -̮antara, n. interruption of an action; another action; -pada, n. verb; -prabandha, m. continuity of an action; -̮abh in Sanskrit

krod-á breast; cavity, interior; boar: (a)-vâla, m. hog's bristle. in Sanskrit

kródh-a anger: -kakshus, n. angry eye; -ga, a. springing from wrath; -mukha, a. (î) angry-faced; -vasa, m. power of anger. in Sanskrit

krodh-âlu passionate. in Sanskrit

krodh-ana passionate, angry with (lc.); n. anger. in Sanskrit

krodh-in angry, passionate. in Sanskrit

krós-a cry, shout; ear-shot (measure of distance). in Sanskrit

Krpa in Sanskrit

krû-rá wounded; sore; cruel; formidable, terrible; ferocious; rough, hard; n. sore, wound; roughness, cruelty: -karmakrit, a. *doing cruel deeds; m. beast of prey; -karman, n. horrible deed; hard task; a. doing cruel deeds; -keshtita, (pp.) a. acting crue in Sanskrit

krudh anger: in. in anger: -a, the root krudh (gr.); -mín, a. irritable. in Sanskrit

krumu-ká splint to catch the flame from the tinder. in Sanskrit

krúñka curlew. in Sanskrit

krûra̮aksha -̮âkâra, a. of cruel conduct: -vihâra-vat, a. ferocious in conduct and delighting in cruelty; -̮âsaya, a. containing terrible monsters; cruel-hearted. in Sanskrit

kshâ-má singed, scorched; parched, dried up; emaciated, slender; weak, little, insignificant: -kshâma, a. quite emaciated. in Sanskrit

kshâ-ra caustic, salty; sharp, cutting (wind); m. (n. rare) burning or corrosive substance; saltpetre, potash, etc.: -kshata, pp. corroded by saltpetre; -kshîna, pp. id.: -tâ, f. abst. n.; -lavana, n. du. caustic & salt. in Sanskrit

ksha-ta √kshan: â, f. violated girl; n. hurt, wound: -ga, n. blood. in Sanskrit

ksha-ti injury, loss, harm, damage, destruction: -mat, a. wounded. in Sanskrit

ksha-trá dominion, power; powers that be; military (second) caste; man of the second caste. in Sanskrit

kshain-ya ruin (abst. n. from kshîna). in Sanskrit

kshaipra produced by rapid enunciation: said of the Sandhi by which ĭ̂ or ŭ̂ become y or v; also of the svarita accent arising on such a syllable. in Sanskrit

kshaitrá estate. in Sanskrit

kshaitra-pata (î) relating to the lord of the soil; -patyá, a. id.; n. (kshaítra-) dominion; estate. in Sanskrit

kshâl-a washing; -ana, n. id.; a. washing, wiping away (also fig.). in Sanskrit

kshám kshaNm, weakest kshm, earth. in Sanskrit

ksham-â patience, forbearance, indulgence (towards, lc. or prati); tameness; earth: -pati, m. king; -bhrit, m. mountain; king; -mandala, n. orbis terrarum, whole earth; -liṅga̮âtma-pîdâ-vat, a. in which proof of forbearance and loss on one's own part is a in Sanskrit

ksham-á patient; enduring (--°); capable of, able to, equal to (in., lc., or --°); endurable; suitable, useful, favourable (for, d., g., lc., inf., or --°; inf. or --° after verbal n. having a passive sense): -tâ, f., -tva, n. capacity for, ability to (lc in Sanskrit

kshám-ya earthly. in Sanskrit

kshan-a in a moment; °--, in., ab. in a moment, immediately; lc. every moment; kshanât--ksha- nât, at one moment -- at another; kshanam kri, wait a moment; give any one (g.) an opportunity (also dâ); -m labh, find an opportunity. in Sanskrit

kshan-ana hurting, wounding. in Sanskrit

kshan-ika (î) momentary: -tâ, f., -tva, n. abst. n.; -in, a. being at leisure. in Sanskrit

kshaN-man earth, ground. in Sanskrit

kshân-ta √ksham; n. patience, forbearance. in Sanskrit

kshan-tavya to be forgiven: -m, one should forgive some one (g.), for (ab.). in Sanskrit

kshân-ti patient, forbearing; -sîla, m. N. (patient). in Sanskrit

kshana-dâ night: -kara, -krit, m. moon, -kara, m. night-walker, Râkshasa; -drishta-nashta, pp. appearing and disappearing in a moment. in Sanskrit

kshana-mâtra only a moment: -m, for a moment only, in. in a moment; -vidhvamsin, a. collapsing in a moment; -hîna, pp. joyless. in Sanskrit

kshana̮antara space of a moment, little while: lc. after a while, thereupon. in Sanskrit

ksháp night. in Sanskrit

kshap-aN night: (â)-kara, -krit, m. moon; -kara, m. night-walker, Râkshasa; nocturnal beast or bird; -gala, m. night dew; -̮atyaya, m. end of night, day-break; -̮apaha, m. sun; -ramana, m. moon: -sekhara, m. ep. of Siva; -̮ardha, n. (?) midnight; -̮avasân in Sanskrit

kshap-i-tavya to be spent (time). in Sanskrit

kshapan-ika boatman; a. destructive. in Sanskrit

kshapana-ka mendicant (esp. naked Buddhist or Jain). in Sanskrit

kshapâ̮îsa moon. in Sanskrit

kshar-a passing away, transitory; -ana, n. flowing; effusion. in Sanskrit

kshatr-íya ruling; m. ruler; man, â, f. woman, of the military caste; n. sovereign power, dominion: -̮anta-kara, m. ep. of Parasurâma. in Sanskrit

kshâtra (î) peculiar to the military caste; n. royal dignity. in Sanskrit

kshatra-dharma duty of the warrior caste; -dharman, a. fulfilling the duties of the warrior caste; -bandhu, m. member of the second caste; -vidyâ, f. science of the warrior caste; -vriddhi, f. increase of military power. in Sanskrit

kshaudra honey. in Sanskrit

kshauma (î) flaxen, linen; n. linen, linen garment. in Sanskrit

kshaunî earth, land: -dhara, m. mountain; -nâtha, m. king; -bhug, m. id.; -bhrit, m. mountain. in Sanskrit

kshaura done with the razor; n. shaving: -m kri, shave, -m kâraya, get shaved; -karana, -karman, n. shaving. in Sanskrit

kshay-ana destroying (--°). in Sanskrit

kshaya-divasa day of the world's destruction; -paksha, m. fortnight of the moon's wane; -yukta, pp. ruined, fallen; -yukti, f. destruction, ruin; -rog-in, a. consumptive: -i-tva, n. consumption. in Sanskrit

kshé-ma comfortable, agreeable; quiet; safe; m. abode; place; rest, security; prosperity: -m te, hail to you! in. sg. or pl. peacefully, happily, safe and sound. in Sanskrit

kshé-tra landed property; field (-m kri, cultivate a field); place, region; seat, sphere of activity, source; extent; womb; wife; seat of the soul, body; primeval soul or matter. in Sanskrit

kshem-in safe. in Sanskrit

kshém-ya -yá) resting; secure; salubrious, auspicious. in Sanskrit

kshema-kara affording peace and security; -kâra, -krit, -m-kara, a. id. in Sanskrit

kshema-ya P. only pr. pt. resting; affording rest, sheltering, refreshing. in Sanskrit

kshema-yoga rest and labour. in Sanskrit

kshep-a throwing, moving about; motion, agitation, swaying; delay; accusation; abuse; transference; -aka, a. throwing, casting; destroying; -ana, n. throwing, letting fly: î, f. sling; -anika, m. boatman; -anîya, n. sling. in Sanskrit

kshep-an throw: in. kshepnâ, quickly. in Sanskrit

kshép-ishtha ksiprá: n. ad. as quickly as possible. in Sanskrit

kshetr-ika owner of a field; husband; -in, m. id.; soul; -iyá, a. local; constitutional=incurable. in Sanskrit

kshetra-karman agriculture; -karma-krit, a. husbandman; -karshaka, m. husbandman; -ga, a. growing in the fields; m. wife's son begotten by another man; -gâta, pp. id.; -gña, a. having local knowledge; conversant with (g.); m. soul; -tara, n. place very su in Sanskrit

kshetrî-ya P. desire a field. in Sanskrit

kshi-t dweller; ruler (--°). in Sanskrit

kshîná √3. kshi: -karman, a. whose desire for action is at an end; -kosa, a. whose treasury is exhausted; -tamas, m. N. of a Vihâra; -tâ, f. injury, damage; -tva, n. disappearance; -vritti, a. whose provisions are exhausted; -̮âdhi, a. freed from distress in Sanskrit

kshíp finger: -â, f. (only in. pl.) id. in Sanskrit

kship-rá elastic (bow); quick, rapid: -m or ab. quickly, directly, at once: á̮ishu, a. having swift arrows. in Sanskrit

kship-tá √kship; n. (shot) wound: -kitta, a. distraught: -tâ, f. absence of mind; -yoni, a. of contemptible birth. in Sanskrit

kshîr-ín abounding in milk; containing milky juice. in Sanskrit

kshîrá milk; milky sap (of plants). in Sanskrit

kshîra-kunda milk-pot; -kshaya, m. failure of milk (in the udder); -dhi, m. ocean of milk; -nidhi, m. id.; -nîra, n. milk and water (°--); -pa, a. drinking only milk; m. suckling, infant, child; -bhrita, pp. paid with milk; -maya, a. representing milk; -m in Sanskrit

kshîrâ-ya Â. become milk. in Sanskrit

kshîra̮anna rice boiled in milk; -̮abdhi, m. ocean of milk; -̮ambudhi, m. id. in Sanskrit

kshîra̮uda ocean of milk: -dhi, m. id.; -̮ûrmi, m. f. wave of the ocean of milk. in Sanskrit

kshiti-kampa earthquake; -kshit, m. king, prince; -kshoda, m. dust of the earth; -tala, n. surface of the earth: -̮apsaras, f. Apsaras dwelling on earth; -dhara, m. mountain; -dhenu, f. the cowlike earth; -pa, -pati, -pâla, -bhug, m. king; -bhrit, m. moun in Sanskrit

kshîva intoxicated; excited: -tâ, f., -tva, n. intoxication. in Sanskrit

kshîva kshîba. in Sanskrit

kshmâ-dhara mountain; -dhriti, m. king; -pa, -pati, -pâla, -bhartri, -bhug, m. prince, king; -bhrit, m. mountain; king; -ruh, m. tree; -vrisha, m. bull of the earth, mighty king. in Sanskrit

kshmaN earth, land: in. kshmayâ, on the earth. in Sanskrit

kshobh-a swaying, tremor; jolting, agitation; -ana, a. shaking, agitating; -ayitri, m. prime mover or originator. in Sanskrit

kshod-a blow; crushing; flour, powder; drop; little bit. in Sanskrit

kshód-as swell, stream. in Sanskrit

kshód-ishtha kshudrá. in Sanskrit

kshonî -s)=kshoní: -pati, -ramana, m. prince, king. in Sanskrit

kshoní host, retinue; earth, land. in Sanskrit

kshoni-pati prince, king; -pâla, -̮indra, m. id. in Sanskrit

kshú [gh(a)s-ú] food, nutriment. in Sanskrit

kshu-mát nutritious; strong, vigorous. in Sanskrit

kshú-t sneezing. in Sanskrit

kshub-dha churning-stick. in Sanskrit

kshub-dha √kshubh: -tâ, f. commotion. in Sanskrit

kshud-rá small, tiny; low, mean, base; wicked (in jest): (a)-ka, a. small, tiny; *-ghantikâ, f. small bell (ornament). in Sanskrit

kshúdh hunger. in Sanskrit

kshudh-â causing hunger; -̮ârta, pp. tortured with hunger. in Sanskrit

kshudhâ-lu hungry. in Sanskrit

kshudra-gantu small animal; insignificant person; -pasu, m. small live stock: -mat, a. possessing --; -buddhi, m. N. of a jackal (base-minded); -satru, m. insignificant foe; -sûkta, n. short hymn; m. author of short hymns. in Sanskrit

kshudra̮aksha having small meshes; -̮âkarita, pp. frequented by low persons; -̮antra, n. small cavity of the heart. in Sanskrit

kshun-na √kshud. in Sanskrit

kshun-nirodha suppression of hunger, starvation; -mat, a. hungry. in Sanskrit

kshupa shrub, bush; a-ka, m., a-kâ, f. id. in Sanskrit

kshur-ikâ knife, dagger. in Sanskrit

kshurá sharp knife, razor; -karman, n. shaving; -kritya, n. id.; -klipta, pp. shaved; -kriyâ, f. shaving; -dhâná, n. razor-case; -pra, a. sharp as a razor; m. arrow, knife, or scythe as sharp as a razor; -bhânda, n. razor-case. in Sanskrit

kshut-kshâma emaciated with hunger: -kantha, a. hvg. a throat --; -pipâsita, pp. tormented with hunger and thirst. in Sanskrit

kshved-ana whizzing, hissing; -â, f. roar of a lion, battle-cry. in Sanskrit

kshvel-ana play, dalliance. in Sanskrit

ku-bandha degrading brand; -buddhi, f. wrong view; a. wickedly disposed; stupid. in Sanskrit

ku-brahman bad Brâhman. in Sanskrit

ku-dâra-dâra bad wife as a wife; -drishta, pp. imperfectly seen; -drishti, f. defective sight; false system; a. heterodox; -desa, m. bad country; -daisika, m. bad guide. in Sanskrit

ku-dravya bad wealth; -dvâra, n. back-door; -dhî, a. foolish; m. fool; -nakha, -nakhín, a. having deformed nails; -nadikâ, f. insignificant rivulet; -nadî, f. id.; -nara̮indra, -̮îsvara, m. bad king; -nîta, n. bad guidance; -nripa, -nripati, m. bad king. in Sanskrit

ku-ga son of earth, ep. of the planet Mars: -dina, n. Tuesday; -gana, m. bad man or people; -ganman, m. 1. man of low birth, slave; 2. son of earth, planet Mars; tree; -gîvikâ, f. wretched existence. in Sanskrit

ku-griha bad housewife; -gehinî, f. id.; -grâma, m. wretched village. in Sanskrit

kú-ha where? (often -- svid); -- kid, somewhere; wherever. in Sanskrit

ku-kandana red sandal; -kará, a. roaming about; vicious; m. bad man; -karitra, n., -karyâ, f. bad conduct; -kela, n. poor garment, rags; a. ill-clad: -tâ, f. abst. n. in Sanskrit

ku-kshobh-ay-ishu wishing to cause to waver. in Sanskrit

ku-lagna fatal moment. in Sanskrit

ku-lakshana bearing a baneful mark. in Sanskrit

ku-liṅga mouse; N. of various birds. in Sanskrit

kú-lisa axe; n. thunderbolt; diamond: -tâ, f. state of a thunderbolt; -dhara, -pâni, -bhrit, m. ep. of Indra. in Sanskrit

ku-mârá [dying easily], (newborn) child; boy; youth, son; prince; ep. of Skanda; (a)-ká, m. little boy, boy, youth; --°, a young --; -tva, n. boyhood, youth; sonship; -datta, m. N.; (á)-deshna, a. giving but fleeting gifts; -dhârâ, f. N. of a river; -bhuk in Sanskrit

ku-mârga wrong way, evil courses; -mâlana, m. N.; -mitra, n. bad friend: -mitra, n. bad friend as a friend. in Sanskrit

ku-mârî girl, virgin; daughter; (î)-pura, n. part of harem where girls live; -bhâga, m. daughter's portion. in Sanskrit

kú-muda night lotus; m. N. of a Nâga; N. of a man: -nâtha, m. moon; -maya, a. consisting entirely of white lotuses; -̮âkara, m. lotus group: -tâ, f. abst. n. in Sanskrit

ku-muhûrta evil hour. in Sanskrit

ku-pata poor garment; -patu, a. stupid; -pathita, pp. who has learnt (his part) badly; -pati, m. bad husband; bad king; -parigñâta, pp. ill-comprehended; -parîksha-ka, a. estimating badly; m. bad estimator; -parîkshita, pp. ill-investigated; -pâtra, n. un in Sanskrit

ku-prabhu bad lord; -plava, m. unsafe boat. in Sanskrit

ku-rahasya base secret; -râgan, m. bad king; -râgya, n. bad rule. in Sanskrit

ku-rûpa deformed, ugly: -tâ, f. deformity, ugliness. in Sanskrit

ku-sakhî bad friend; -sakiva, m. bad minister; -sambandha, m. bad relation; -sarit, f. shallow river. in Sanskrit

ku-sauhrida bad friend; -strî, f. bad woman; -sthâna, n. miserable place; -svâmin, m. bad master. in Sanskrit

kú-shtha â, f. point, beak; leprosy. in Sanskrit

kú-sîda inert; n. usury: -vriddhi, f. usurer's interest. in Sanskrit

ku-sîla bad character: -va, m. bard, actor: du. N. of the two sons of Râma. in Sanskrit

ku-sishya bad pupil: -sishya, m. bad pupil as a pupil. in Sanskrit

ku-sriti by-path; fraud, deception. in Sanskrit

ku-sruta imperfectly heard; n. evil report. in Sanskrit

ku-tanaya bad son. in Sanskrit

ku-tapa goat's hair blanket. in Sanskrit

ku-tâpasa bad ascetic. in Sanskrit

ku-tapasvin bad ascetic; -tarka, m. bad dialectics, sophistry. in Sanskrit

kú-tas ka, from which? from whom? whence? sts. whither? why? often in drama before a couplet confirming a previous remark=for; how? how much less, to say nothing of; kutoƶpi, (late) from some; kutas kid, id.; from somewhere: na --, from nowhere; na kutas- in Sanskrit

kú-tra (-trâ) ka, in what? where? whither? what for? -- -̮api, (late) somewhere;--kid,=lc. in some--; somewhere: with neg. nowhere (also of direction); kutra- kid -- kutra-kid, in one case -- in the other, sometimes -- sometimes. in Sanskrit

ku-tu-ka [regard to the whence], curiosity; interest; eagerness for (--°). in Sanskrit

ku-vadhû wicked woman; -vartman, n. wrong road, heresy. in Sanskrit

ku-vala water-lily. in Sanskrit

ku-vastra bad dress; a. ill-clad: -tâ, f. abst. n.; -vâkya, n., -vâk, f. ill word; -vâdika, m. charlatan, quack; -vâsanâ, f. wrong notion. in Sanskrit

ku-vivâha low marriage; -vritti, f. poor maintenance; -vedhas, m. evil fate; -vaidya, m. bad physician; -vyâpâra, m. low occupation. in Sanskrit

kubera in Sanskrit

kúbera -datta, m. N. of a mythical being; -vallabha, m. N. of a Vaisya. in Sanskrit

kubgá hunch-backed; crooked; (a)-ka, a. id.; m. an aquatic plant. in Sanskrit

kúbh-â (Cabul). in Sanskrit

kubuka chin; apex of an altar; -daghná, a. reaching to the chin. in Sanskrit

kud-mala budding; m. n. bud; n. kind of hell: -tâ, f. closure (of bud or eye); i-ta, pp. covered with buds; closed like a bud. in Sanskrit

kud-ya wall; â, f. id. in Sanskrit

kûdâ-karana ceremony of tonsure; -karna, m. N. of a beggar; -karman, n. ceremony of tonsure; -pâsa, m. thick locks on the crown; -mani, m. crest-jewel; --°, jewel or pearl among; N.; T. of various works; -ratna, n. crest-jewel. in Sanskrit

kûdâ-la having a single tuft on the crown; -vana, n. (forest-crest), N. of a mountain. in Sanskrit

kuda-va (=1/4 prastha). in Sanskrit

kûdî fetter. in Sanskrit

kûg-a cry, coo, murmur; -ita, (pp.) n. id. in Sanskrit

kuha-ka rogue, cheat, juggler; hypocrite; n., â, f. jugglery; deception. in Sanskrit

kuha-ra cave, cavity; copulation. in Sanskrit

kuhuN new-moon (personified as the daughter of Aṅgiras). in Sanskrit

kuk-a female breast. in Sanskrit

kuk-shí [√kus] belly; womb; cavity, cavern; valley; bay: -ga, m. son. in Sanskrit

kûkî brush, pencil. in Sanskrit

kukku û, f. id. in Sanskrit

kukkura dog; î, f. bitch. in Sanskrit

kukkutá cock: î, f. hen; -ka, m. son of a Nishâda and a Sûdrâ. in Sanskrit

kukra (?) fruit vinegar (made esp. from the tamarind); sorrel. in Sanskrit

kûku-ka stammering; n. nipple. in Sanskrit

kúl-a herd, flock, swarm; multitude; race, family; community, guild; noble lineage; abode, house; °--, often=chief, eminent; -m padâtînâm, infantry. in Sanskrit

kul-ika relation. in Sanskrit

kûl-in having a crest. in Sanskrit

kul-îna noble (of race and character); belonging to the race of (--°): -tva, n. noble birth; -îya, a. belonging to the family of (--°). in Sanskrit

kûla-gâta growing on the bank. in Sanskrit

kula-ghna (â, î) destroying the race; -m-kula, a. going from house to house; -ga, a. of noble race; born in the family of (--°). in Sanskrit

kula-patana fall --, degradation of the family; -pati, m. head of the family; -parvata, m. chief mtn. or mtn.-range; -paN, m. f. head of the family or community; -pâmsanî, f. disgrace to her family; -pâlikâ, f. N.; -putra, m. son of a good family; virtuou in Sanskrit

kula-tantu thread on which a family hangs=the last of a race; -deva, m.: -tâ, f. family deity; -daiva: -ta, n. id.; -dhara, m. N. of a prince; -dharma, m. usage of a family; -dhurya, a. able to bear the burden of a family; m. head of a family; -nandana, a in Sanskrit

kûla-vatî river. in Sanskrit

kula-yoshit virtuous woman; -râgadhânî, f. royal capital; -vat, a. of noble race; -vardhana, m. support of a family; -vidyâ, f. knowledge hereditary in the family; -vrata, n. family practice (religious or moral): -dhara, a. maintaining the family virtue; in Sanskrit

kúlâla potter; î, f. wife of a potter. in Sanskrit

kûlam-kasha carrying away the bank. in Sanskrit

kûlam-udruga undermining the bank. in Sanskrit

kulaNy-a web, tissue; nest; lair; dwelling; -ín, a. nest-like. in Sanskrit

kulatâ unchaste woman. in Sanskrit

kula̮aṅkura scion of a family; -̮aṅgâra, m. firebrand=destroyer of his own family; -̮akala, -̮adri, m. chief mtn. or mtn.range; -̮anuguna-vat, a. having merits corresponding to his race; -̮anta-karana, a. destroying a race; -̮anvaya, m. noble descent; -̮a in Sanskrit

kula̮udgata coming of a noble stock; -̮udvaha, a. continuing the race of, descended from (g., --°). in Sanskrit

kulîra crab; -ka, m. little crab. in Sanskrit

kulla blear-eyed. in Sanskrit

kullî hearth, fire-place; threefold hall (looking towards N., E. and W.). in Sanskrit

kulmâsha sour gruel. in Sanskrit

kuluka hollowed hand; handful, mouthful. in Sanskrit

kuluka-ya P. swallow from the hollowed hand. in Sanskrit

kulyâ-ya Â. become a rivulet. in Sanskrit

kulyaN rivulet, canal. in Sanskrit

kumâr-ikaN girl; N. of a part of Bhâratavarsha; -ín, a. possessed of children. in Sanskrit

kumâri-datta Mîmâmsist. in Sanskrit

kumb-aka-mani magnet. in Sanskrit

kumb-ana kissing; kiss; -in, a. in immediate contact with (--°). in Sanskrit

kumbh-ikâ small pot or jar; -ín, m. elephant (having frontal protuberances); *-ila, m. thief. in Sanskrit

kumbhá pot, jar, urn (--°, a. jarshaped); a measure of grain (=20 Dronas); du. frontal protuberances of an elephant; (a)ka, --°, a. id.; m. n. religious exercise consisting in closing the nostrils with the right hand to suspend breathing: -karna, m. N. of in Sanskrit

kumbha̮udara (pot-bellied), N. of a servant of Siva; -̮udbhava, m. ep. of Agastya; -̮udhûta, m. id. in Sanskrit

kumbhî pot, jar, pan; -dhânyaka, a. having grain in jars; (î)-nása, m. kind of snake; -nasî, f. N. of a Râkshasî; -pâka, m. sg. & pl. kind of hell. in Sanskrit

kumbhî-ra crocodile; *-la, m. id. in Sanskrit

kumud-inî night lotus; group of night lotuses: -nâyaka, -vadhûvara, m. lover of lotuses, ep. of the moon. in Sanskrit

kúmud-vat abounding in lotuses: -î, f. night lotus; group of night lotuses; N. in Sanskrit

kuN where? with kid, somewhere. in Sanskrit

kún-âru paralysed in the arm. in Sanskrit

kun-i paralysis. in Sanskrit

kuṅ-kum-a saffron (a kind of crocus): -paṅka, m. saffron ointment. in Sanskrit

kúnapa corpse; carcase, carrion; a. (ápa) decomposing, stinking like carrion. in Sanskrit

kuNbara (cart) pole (--°, a. f. â). in Sanskrit

kund-a pitcher, jar, pot; scuttle; round cavity in the ground, round fire-pit; m. bastard of an adulteress; -ka, m. n. jar, pot, pitcher. in Sanskrit

kund-ikâ pot. in Sanskrit

kunda jasmine; n. its flower; -latâ, f. jasmine creeper. in Sanskrit

kuNda ridge (on bricks); ceremony of tonsure (performed on children); â, f. hair on the crown; tuft of hair left on the crown after the ceremony of tonsure; ceremony of tonsure; crest, summit; a-ka, --°= kûdâ, tonsure. in Sanskrit

kunda-la ring, esp. earring; -lin, a. wearing earrings; coiled; m. snake; î-kri, make into a ring, coil. in Sanskrit

kunda̮âsin eating the food given by a kunda (bastard of an adulteress). in Sanskrit

kunda̮ûdhnî hvg. a jar-shaped udder. in Sanskrit

kuñg-a copse, thicket; bower: -kutîra, bower; -vat, m. N. of a part of the Dandaka forest. in Sanskrit

kuñga-ra elephant: --°, an elephant among=chief of, most excellent; î, f. female elephant. in Sanskrit

kuñk-ana contraction. in Sanskrit

kuñk-î caraway. in Sanskrit

kuñk-ikâ key. in Sanskrit

kuñku renowned; accustomed to (--°); m. N. of a mixed caste. in Sanskrit

kuNla slope, hill; bank. in Sanskrit

kuNpa [ku̮ap-a], pit, hole; well: -ka, m. little well; -kâra, m. well-digger; -kûrma, m. tortoise in a well=unsophisticated person; -khanana, n. digging of a well; -khânaka, m. well-digger; -kakra, n. waterwheel; -dardura, m. frog in a well=unsophisticate in Sanskrit

kunta spear, lance. in Sanskrit

kunta-vana-maya consisting of a forest of spears. in Sanskrit

kuntala hair of the head; m. pl. N. of a people. in Sanskrit

kunth-a blunt; relaxed; dulled: -tâ, f. absence of felling (in a limb); -tva, n. dulness, obtuseness; -a̮asma-mâlâ-maya, a. consisting of a series of blunt stones; -î-kri, blunt; -î-bhû, prove ineffectual. in Sanskrit

kunti king of the Kuntis; -bhoga, m. N. of a king of the Kuntis, who adopted Kuntî. in Sanskrit

kuntî Prithâ, wife of Pându; -suta, m. son of Kuntî (ep. of the sons of Pându). in Sanskrit

kuntî well. in Sanskrit

Kuntibhoja in Sanskrit

kup-á beam of a balance. in Sanskrit

kûp-ikâ puddle in a dry river-bed. in Sanskrit

kûpâ-ya Â. become a well. in Sanskrit

kupya base metal, i. e. any but gold and silver; m. N.; -ka, --°, a. base metal. in Sanskrit

kur-âdi beginning with kur. in Sanskrit

kur-kur-a dog. in Sanskrit

kur-kut-a cock. in Sanskrit

kûr-ná flour, meal; aromatic or medicinal powder: -kuntala, n. lock of hair; -tâ, f. pulverised condition. in Sanskrit

kuraba-ka crimson amaranth or purple Barleria; n. its flower. in Sanskrit

kuraṅga antelope: -ka, m. id.; -nayanâ, -netrâ, -lokanâ, -̮akshî, a. f. gazelleeyed. in Sanskrit

kuraṅgâ-ya Â. become an antelope. in Sanskrit

kuraṅgî female antelope, gazelle; N. of a daughter of Prasenagit: -dris, f. gazelle-eyed. in Sanskrit

kurara osprey. in Sanskrit

kûrká bunch of grass; n. beard; -ka, m. bunch; brush; beard; -tâ, f. beardedness; -la, a. bearded. in Sanskrit

kurkura-dhvani sound of gnashing (the teeth); -sabda, m. id. in Sanskrit

kûrmá î) tortoise; one of the vital airs which causes the eyes to close; -pati, m. king of the tortoises (who supports the earth). in Sanskrit

kûrn-ana crushing, pounding. in Sanskrit

kûrna-pada forward and backward movement performed with varying speed. in Sanskrit

kûrna-ya P. pulverise, crush, smash. vi and sam, id.: pp. kûrnita. in Sanskrit

kûrpara elbow; sts. knee. in Sanskrit

kûrpâsa-ka jacket, bodice. in Sanskrit

kûru worm. in Sanskrit

kuru-kshetrá plain of Kuru; m. pl. people of Kurukshetra; N. of a country. in Sanskrit

kuru-nandana Arguna and of Yudhishthira; -pañkâlá, m. pl. the Kurus and Pañkâlas; -pândava, m. du. pl. descendants of Kuru (i. e. of Dhritarâshtra) and of Pându. in Sanskrit

kuru-vinda barley; ruby. in Sanskrit

kurûru vermin. in Sanskrit

kurv-âna Â. of √kri, do. in Sanskrit

kurv-at √kri, do. in Sanskrit

kus-á grass, esp. sacrificial grass; N.: -nâbha, m. N. in Sanskrit

kúsa-la appropriate, fitting; profitable; salutary; healthy, well; skilful, expert, experienced (in, g., lc., inf., --°): -m man, approve; -m, ad. duly; mildly; n. good condition, due order; welfare, prosperity; health; expertness, skill; kusalam te, how in Sanskrit

kusa-vat abounding in Kusa grass; -stamba, m. bunch of Kusa grass. in Sanskrit

kusal-in well, safe and sound; favourable, good (news). in Sanskrit

kusala-kârana cause due to welfare; -tâ, f. skill, experience (in, lc.); -prasna, m. enquiry as to health; -vat, a. healthy, well; -vâk, a. eloquent. in Sanskrit

kusa̮agra point of a blade of Kusa: -buddhi, a. whose intellect is as sharp as a needle. in Sanskrit

kuse-saya lying on Kusa grass; n. (day) lotus: -̮aksha, a. lotus-eyed. in Sanskrit

KÛSH boil; fester; cs. kûshaya, P. suck up. nis, cs. suck out. in Sanskrit

kûsh-ana sucking, taking (of a leech); -ya, fp. to be sucked. in Sanskrit

kûshmânda xx, 14-16 in the Vâgasaneyi-samhitâ. in Sanskrit

kushth-in leprous. in Sanskrit

kúshthikâ contents of the entrails. in Sanskrit

kushúmbha poison sac. in Sanskrit

kusîd-ín usurer. in Sanskrit

kusûla granary; -dhânyaka, a. having plenty of corn in his granaries. in Sanskrit

kusûla kusûla. in Sanskrit

kusum-aya P. furnish with flowers: pp. -ita, flowering, blossoming. in Sanskrit

kusum-ita blossoming, flowering time. in Sanskrit

kusuma flower, blossom: -kârmuka, m. Kâma (having a bow of flowers); -ketu, -kâpa, m. id.; -komala, a. soft as flowers; -druma, m. flowering tree; -dhanus, -dharvan, m. Kâma (having a bow of flowers); -pura, n. Flower city, ep. of Pâtaliputra; -bâna, m. f in Sanskrit

kusuma-lakshman Pradyumna; -latâ, f. flowering creeper; -lâvî, f. flower gatherer; -sayana, n. couch of flowers; -sara, a. having flowers as arrows (-tva, n. abst. n.); m. Kâma: -̮âsana, m. id.; -sâyaka, m. Kâma; -sâra, m. N. of a merchant; -surabhi, a. f in Sanskrit

kusuma̮âkara spring; -̮añgali, m. two handfuls of flowers; -̮âyudha, m. Kâma; N.; -̮âsava, m. honey; -̮âstara- na, n. couch of flowers; -̮astra, m. Kâma. in Sanskrit

kusuma̮ishu Kâma (flower-arrowed). in Sanskrit

kusumbha safflower; (hermit's) water-pot: -kshetra, n. field of safflower; -vat, a. carrying a water-pot. in Sanskrit

kut-i bend, curve (--°); hut, shed. in Sanskrit

kûta mango-tree; -mañgarî, f. N. of a fairy; -latikâ, f. N.; -sara, m. mangoarrow (of Kâma). in Sanskrit

kutáru cock. in Sanskrit

kutas-tya coming from whence? with api, of unknown origin. in Sanskrit

kûta̮aksha loaded die: -̮upadhi-devin, a. playing with false dice or fraud; -̮âgâra, m. n. room on the house-top; summer-house. in Sanskrit

kutha coloured woollen blanket. in Sanskrit

kuti-la bent, curved; crooked, winding; curly; going crooked ways, deceitful; adverse: -ka, a. winding; curly; -kesa, a. (î) curly-haired; -gati, a. going crookedly or stealthily; f. a metre; -gâ, f. river: -̮îsa, m. lord of rivers, ocean; -gâman, a. wind in Sanskrit

kutil-ikâ winding movement (on the stage). in Sanskrit

kutila̮âsaya having crooked aims. in Sanskrit

kutra-tya dwelling or coming from where? in Sanskrit

kúts-a -ana, n. reviling, abuse; contempt; term of abuse; -aya, den. P. [ask as to the whence: kut(a)s] abuse, blame; contemn: pp. -ita, contemptible; blameworthy; -â, f. abuse, blame: in. contemptuously; -ya, fp. blameworthy. in Sanskrit

kutt-ana stamping; î, f. procuress. in Sanskrit

kutt-âra tearing, lacerating (--°); m. brawler. in Sanskrit

kutt-ima levelled floor. in Sanskrit

kutt-inî procuress: -kapata, m. N. of a rogue. in Sanskrit

kutû-hala [cry of whence], id.; pleasure, delight in (prati, lc. or --°); curious, interesting, or amusing object: in. eagerly, zealously: -krit, a. exciting curiosity, curious; -vat, a. inquisitive; interested; eager. in Sanskrit

kutûhal-in curious; interested. in Sanskrit

kutumb-in householder, paterfamilias; member of a family; domestic; du. householder and his wife: -î, f. mistress of the house; female domestic. in Sanskrit

kuv-íd perchance? I wonder? in Sanskrit

kuvalay-ita adorned with water-lilies. in Sanskrit

kuvalaya̮âditya -̮ânanda, m. T. of a rhetorical work; -̮âpîda, m. N. of a Daitya changed into an elephant; N. of a king; -̮avalî, f. N. of a queen. in Sanskrit

kuvalaya̮îsa lord of earth, king: -tâ, f. dominion. in Sanskrit

kvã ka; where? whither? often emphasized with the pcls. áha, íd, iva, nu, nu khalu, and svid: kva svid also= somewhere; with bhû and as=what has become of --?=it is all over with; kva tadgatam, how about that? without verb=it is out of the question; kva-- in Sanskrit

kva-stha where situated or to be found? in Sanskrit

kvâkit-ka (î) occurring only here and there, occasional. in Sanskrit

kvâna sound. in Sanskrit

kvath-a decoction, extract; -ana, n. boiling. in Sanskrit

kvâtha boiling; decoction. in Sanskrit

kyâku mushroom. in Sanskrit

kyautná stimulating; n. shaking; enterprise, endeavour. in Sanskrit

kyáv-âna active, nimble; N. of a Rishi. in Sanskrit

kyâv-ana felling; n. expulsion. in Sanskrit

kyáv-ana moving (int.), shaking (tr.); N. of a demon of disease; N. of a Rishi; n. motion; loss of (--°). in Sanskrit

kyu-ti departure from (--°); issue of (--°); breach of duty; swerving from (ab.); failure of (--°); loss; death; fall (fig.). in Sanskrit

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