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

pâ --°) 1. drinking; 2. guarding, protecting. in Sanskrit

pa 1. [√1. pâ] drinking (--°); 2. [√2. pâ] protecting, guarding (--°). in Sanskrit

pâ-la watchman, guardian; herdsman; protector of the earth, lord, king: -ka, m. guardian, protector (ikâ, f.); adopted father; ruler, prince; guardian of the earth; N. of various princes; -na, a. (î) guarding, fostering; n. guarding, protecting, cherishin in Sanskrit

pâ-mán cutaneous eruption, scab. in Sanskrit

pá-pr-i [√1. pri] bestowing (ac., g.). in Sanskrit

pâ-tavya 1. to be drunk; 2. to be protected. in Sanskrit

pâ-tra (drinking) vessel, bowl, cup; plate, dish; river-bed; receptacle; recipient; vessel of=person abounding in (g. or --°), master of (g.); fit or competent person, person worthy of or to (g., lc., inf., or --°); actor; actor's part; m. minister: -tâ, in Sanskrit

pâ-trî vessel, plate, pot. in Sanskrit

pâ-y-ána causing to drink; â, f. moistening. in Sanskrit

pâ-y-in drinking, sucking (--°). in Sanskrit

paarvati in Sanskrit

pâd pad, foot. in Sanskrit

pád paNd; f. --° a. pad or padî) foot; step; quarter: in. sg., du., pl. also on foot. in Sanskrit

pad-á step; stride; footstep; trace; mark, sign; footing, place, abode, home; station, position, office; dignity, rank; object (of contempt, dispute, etc.); cause, occasion; foot (also as a measure); quarterverse; word; nominal base before consonant termi in Sanskrit

pad-ât-i [going (√at) on foot], being on foot, pedestrian; m. foot-soldier; -in, a. consisting of or provided with footsoldiers; m. foot-soldier; (-âti)-lava, m. (nonentity of a=) humble servant. in Sanskrit

pad-dhati [pad-hati, foot-tread], track, trace; way, path (also fig.); line, row; guide (a class of manuals). in Sanskrit

pâd-ika amounting to or lasting a quarter (of a time); -in, a. having feet; entitled to a fourth. in Sanskrit

pad-ma lotus flower (which closes at night: nelumbium speciosum); lotus-shaped array; kind of sitting posture during religious absorption; one of the nine treasures of Kubera; 1000 billions; N. of a Nâga; N.; â, f. the Lotus-coloured, ep. of the goddess o in Sanskrit

pâd-ú foot; place: (u)-kâ, f. shoe; slipper; (û)-krit, m. shoemaker. in Sanskrit

pad-vát having feet, running; n. running animals. in Sanskrit

pád-ya relating to the foot; n. verse. in Sanskrit

pâda-dhâvana washing of the feet. in Sanskrit

pada-ka step; office, position; -krama, m. kind of gait; peculiar method of reciting and writing the Veda; -gati, f. gait; -kihna, n. footprint; -tâ, f. original form of a word; condition of a word; -nyâsa, m. putting down the foot, step; footprint; indit in Sanskrit

pâda-namra bowing down to the feet of any one; -nikrit, a. having a deficiency of a syllable in each quarter-verse; -nyâsa, m. setting down of the feet, step; footprint; -pa, m. (drinking by the root), plant, esp. tree: -ka, --°, a. id.; -patana, n. throw in Sanskrit

pada-samdhi euphonic combination of words; -stha, a. pedestrian; invested with office; -sthâna, m. footprint; -sthita, pp. invested with office. in Sanskrit

pada-sas step by step, by degrees; word for word. in Sanskrit

pada-sâstra science of words written separately in the Veda; -sreni, f. line of footsteps, track. in Sanskrit

pada-vî -s) leader, guide (V.); f. (nm. î) track, path; way or road, to (--°); sphere, ken (of eyes, ears, memory); post, office: -m abhi̮i, tread the path of (--°), equal, resemble; -- pra̮âp or sam-â-ruh, enter the path of, devote oneself to (--°); -- y in Sanskrit

pada-vritti hiatus between two words in a sentence. in Sanskrit

pâda̮agra tip of the foot; -̮âghâ- ta, m. kick; -̮aṅguli or î, f. toe; -̮aṅgush- tha, m. great toe. in Sanskrit

pada̮aṅka footprint. in Sanskrit

pâda̮anta tip of the foot, claw: lc. at any one's feet; -̮antara, n. distance of a foot: lc. close beside (g.); -̮ambhas, n. water for washing the feet; -̮aravinda, m. lotus of a foot (said of the foot of a deity, lover, etc.); -̮ardha, n. half a quarter, in Sanskrit

pada̮anuga following on the heels of (g.); pleasant to (--°); m. attendant; -̮anusâsana, n. science of words; -̮anta, m. end of a quarter-verse; end of a word, final; -̮antara, n. another word; interval of a step: e sthitvâ, stopping after a step; -̮anves in Sanskrit

pada̮artha thing corresponding to a word, substance, object; subject, topic; category (ph.); meaning of a word. in Sanskrit

pâda̮ata [going on foot], footsoldier. in Sanskrit

pada̮âvalî series of pâdas or words; -̮âvritti, f. repetition of a word; repetition of the same word with another meaning (rh.). in Sanskrit

pâda̮upasamgrahana embracing the feet (of a teacher). in Sanskrit

padm-in spotted (elephant): -î, f. lotus (nelumbium speciosum: flower & plant); multitude of lotuses; lotus-pond: -khanda, n. group of lotuses. in Sanskrit

padma-ka sitting posture during religious absorption; n. a tree; -kûta, m. N. of a fairy prince; -kosa, m. calix of a day-lotus; position of the fingers resembling the calix of a lotus; -kosâ-ya, den. Â. resemble the calix of a day-lotus; -khanda, n. grou in Sanskrit

padmâ-vat-î Lakshmî; N.; ep. of Uggayinî in the Krita age; T. of the 17th Lambaka in the Kathâsaritsâgara. in Sanskrit

padma̮âkara group of day-lotuses; -̮aksha, a. (î) lotus-eyed; -̮âdi-tva, n. condition of a lotus etc. in Sanskrit

padma̮âsana lotus-seat; kind of sitting posture in religious absorption. in Sanskrit

padma̮udbhava produced from a lotus; m. ep. of Brahma; N. in Sanskrit

pag-rá stout, portly. in Sanskrit

pahlava the Parthians or Persians. in Sanskrit

paigavaná son of Pigavana, pat. of various men. in Sanskrit

paikkhil-ya sliminess. in Sanskrit

paila son of Pîlâ, N. of a teacher. in Sanskrit

pailava made of the Pîlu tree. in Sanskrit

pain in Sanskrit

painâka belonging to or proceeding from Siva; m. pat. descendant of Pinâka. in Sanskrit

painda-pâtika living on alms. in Sanskrit

paiṅg-i Yâska; -in, a. coming from Paiṅgya; m. follower of Paiṅgya; -ya, m. pat. N. of a certain teacher; n. doctrine of Paiṅgya. in Sanskrit

paiṅgal-a Piṅgala; n. treatise composed by Piṅgala; -ya, n. tawny colour. in Sanskrit

paint brush in Sanskrit

painter in Sanskrit

paippala made of the wood of the Peepul or sacred fig-tree. in Sanskrit

paippalâda coming from Pippalâda; m. pat. descendant of Pippalâda: pl. a school of the AV. in Sanskrit

paisâka (î) relating or peculiar to the Pisâkas; belonging to the goblins, demon-like. in Sanskrit

paisal-ya affability. in Sanskrit

paishta (î) made of meal; i-ka, a. id. in Sanskrit

paisun-a tale-bearing, espionage, slander; -ya, n. id.; -vâdin, a. slanderous. in Sanskrit

paitâ-putr-îya relating to father and son; -maha, a. (î) relating to or inherited from the grandfather; belonging or relating to Brahman; m. son of Brahman. in Sanskrit

paitra (î) relating or sacred to the Manes. in Sanskrit

paitri-ka (î) paternal; ancestral; relating or sacred to the Manes; n. paternal house; father's temperament; rite sacred to the Manes. in Sanskrit

paitri-medh-ika relating to the sacrifice to the Manes; -yagñ-ika, -yagñîya, a. id.; -shvas-eya, a. (î) descended from a father's sister; m. son of a paternal aunt. in Sanskrit

paitta (î) relating to gall, bilious; i-ka, a. id.; having a bilious temperament. in Sanskrit

paitu-dârava coming from the Pîtudâru tree. in Sanskrit

pâk-aka (ikâ) cooking, baking; digestive; maturing; -ana, a. causing to cook, dissolvent, digestive. in Sanskrit

pák-ana (--°); n. cooking utensil: -kriyâ, f. cooking. in Sanskrit

pak-elima being quickly cooked, maturing rapidly. in Sanskrit

pak-khás [pad-sas] by pâdas; -khauka, n. [pad-sauka] cleansing of the feet. in Sanskrit

pak-tavya to be cooked or baked. in Sanskrit

pak-tí cooking; digestion; ripening, i. e. consequence of former acts; development; -trí, a. cooking, baking (g.); promoting digestion. in Sanskrit

pak-vá √pak) cooked, baked, done; burnt, baked (bricks, pots); grey (hair); ripe, fully developed, mature; bearing ripe fruit (tree): -tâ, f. ripeness, maturity; -bimba̮adhara̮oshthî, a. f. having a lower lip red like the Bimba fruit; -̮anna, n. cooked fo in Sanskrit

paka cooking, baking (--°). in Sanskrit

pâka-dûrvaN young millet-grass; -bhânda, n. cooking-pot; -yagña, m. simple or baked offering. in Sanskrit

pâka-la quite black; m. elephant-fever. in Sanskrit

pâka-sâsana chastiser of the demon Pâka, ep. of Indra; -sâstra, n. art of cookery. in Sanskrit

pâka-traN in simplicity or sincerity, guilelessly. in Sanskrit

pâka̮âgâra (?) kitchen. in Sanskrit

pakhaavaj in Sanskrit

pâksh-ika (î) partisan; alternative, optional, applicable in certain cases only. in Sanskrit

paksh-ín winged; on the side of, belonging to the party of (--°); m. bird; winged creature; (n)-î, f. hen-bird; night with the two contiguous days (sc. râtri). in Sanskrit

paksh-îya siding with (--°). in Sanskrit

páksh-man eyelashes; pile (of deer); petal. in Sanskrit

paksh-yã siding with (--°). in Sanskrit

pakshá flank, side; half; half-month, fortnight (15 days); side, party, following, ally, partisans, family, race (sg. & pl.); host, troop, class; quantity (of hair); place; alternative; case; opinion, proposition; prosecution (leg.); subject of an inferen in Sanskrit

paksha-ka wing (--°); side; -kshaya, m. end of a fortnight; -gama, a. moving with wings, flying; -grahana, n. taking the side of (g.); -kara, m. elephant parted from the herd; -kkhid, a. having elipped the wings of the mountains, ep. of Indra; -tâ, f. all in Sanskrit

pâksha-pâtika partial, partisan (speech). in Sanskrit

paksha-tí root of a wing; plumage. in Sanskrit

paksha-tva being a component part of (--°); being the subject of a conclusion; prosecution; -dvâra, n. side-door; -dhara, a. taking the side of (g.); attached to (lc.); m. bird; -pâta, m. flight; partisanship, partiality, predilection for (ac.±prati, g., in Sanskrit

paksha̮anta end or last day of a fortnight; -̮antara, n. a particular case (lc. =supposing, if); another opinion; -̮âbhâsa, n. mock prosecution: -tva, n. abst. n.; -̮ash- tamî, f. eighth day in a fortnight; -̮âhati, f. stroke with the wing. in Sanskrit

pakshi-mriga-tâ condition of bird or beast; -râg, m., -râga, m. king of birds; -râgya, n. sovereignty of the feathered tribes; ep. of Garuda; -sâvaka, m. young of a bird, birdling; -svâmin, m. ep. of Garuda. in Sanskrit

pakshi-tva condition of a bird. in Sanskrit

pakshi̮indra chief of birds, ep. of Garuda. in Sanskrit

pakshma-la having long or fine eyelashes; long-haired; hairy, furry; downy: -dris, a. f. having eyes with beautiful lashes. in Sanskrit

pakshma-pâta closure of the eyes. in Sanskrit

pâkyẫ simplicity: only in. (pâkyẫ), in simplicity or ignorance. in Sanskrit

pâl-ikâ pâlaka. in Sanskrit

pal-ika weighing a pala; esp. --° after a numeral, weighing so many palas. in Sanskrit

pâl-in protecting, guarding; --°, m. ruler. in Sanskrit

pal-pûl-ana lye; alkaline water for washing. in Sanskrit

pal-va-la small tank, pond, pool. in Sanskrit

pâl-ya to be protected or guarded; under the guardianship of (g.); to be observed, kept, or maintained. in Sanskrit

pala flesh. in Sanskrit

pâlá-ya P. (E. also Â.): regarded by the grammarians as the causal of √pâ; guard, protect; rule; be the guardian of; preserve, maintain, keep (a promise etc.): pp. pâlita. ati, pass, spend (time). anu, guard, protect; take care of; be the guardian of; mai in Sanskrit

palace in Sanskrit

palâla î, f.) straw; -bhâra, m. load of straw; -̮ukkaya, m. heap of straw. in Sanskrit

palala pounded sesamum; mire; -̮odana, m. n. pap of pounded sesamum. in Sanskrit

palându onion. in Sanskrit

palâs-á î), leaf; foliage (-tâ, f. abst. n.); petal; flower of the Palâsa; m. a tree with large leaves, bearing red blossoms (Butea frondosa); -in, a. leafy; m. tree; N. of a town or village, Plassey. in Sanskrit

palatable in Sanskrit

palâva fish-hook. in Sanskrit

palâ̮aya √i with palâ. in Sanskrit

palâ̮ayana running away, flight, escape: -para, a. intent on flight. in Sanskrit

pâli (or î) lobe of the ear; outer ear; margin, edge; dam, dyke; line, row. in Sanskrit

pâlî 1. female guardian; 2. = pâli; -vata, m. a tree. in Sanskrit

pâli-bhaṅga bursting of a dyke. in Sanskrit

páliknî palitá) grey. in Sanskrit

palitá grey, hoary; n. sg. & pl. grey hair: -m-karana, a. (î) making grey. in Sanskrit

pâlita pâlaya. in Sanskrit

páli̮aṅgaya (√aṅg) Â. cause to go round, stir; ps. revolve. in Sanskrit

pali̮aṅka couch; bedstead. in Sanskrit

pallav-in having young shoots. in Sanskrit

pallava-ya P. put forth new shoots; extend, spread abroad: vâkah --, talk diffusely: pp. ita, furnished with shoots; far-spread; --°, filled with, full of, abounding in. in Sanskrit

pallava̮âpîdita loaded with sprouts. in Sanskrit

pallî small village, esp. settlement of wild tribes: -pati, m. headman of --. in Sanskrit

palm in Sanskrit

palpûlá-ya P. wash with alkaline water. in Sanskrit

pâma-ra man of the lowest extraction plying a despised trade; rogue; simpleton, fool: -tva, n. simplicity. in Sanskrit

pampâ -pâra̮avâra, m. ocean of milk. in Sanskrit

pâms-ana (î) defiling, disgracing (-°). in Sanskrit

pâmsú particle of dust, grain of sand: gnly. pl. dust, sand. in Sanskrit

pâmsu-ka dust, sand; -lá, a. dusty, dust-stained; sandy; defiled, tainted; --°, disgracing: â, f. dissolute woman, concubine. in Sanskrit

pâmsu-krîdana playing in the sand; -krîdâ, f. id.; -gunthita, pp. covered with dust; -dhvasta-siroruha, a. whose hair is covered i. e. sullied with dust; -varsha, m. n. shower of dust; -samkaya, m. heap of sand; -samûhana, a. whirling up dust; -hara, a. i in Sanskrit

pan-a play for a stake (g., lc., --°); bargain, stipulation, compact; stake; wage; a coin of a certain weight: -m kri, bet; e ni̮as, stake; -kâla, m. time for play; -kriyâ, f. staking; wager for (--°): -m kri, stake in play; -bandha, m. conclusion of a co in Sanskrit

pan-í [bargainer], niggard, miser: said esp. of those who are stingy at the sacrifice and of unbelievers who keep their property to themselves (V.); also designation of certain malevolent demons, guardians of treasure, overcome by the gods and the Aṅgiras in Sanskrit

pan-ita wager, for (lc.); stake at play or in a wager. in Sanskrit

pan-na √pad: -gá, m. (low-going), (î, f.) snake; snake-demon: -maya, a. (î) consisting of snakes, -râga, m. king of the snake-demons, -̮indra, m. id., -̮îsvara, m. id. in Sanskrit

pan-ú (or -uN) admiration, praise. in Sanskrit

pán-ya wonderful: -tama, spv. in Sanskrit

pâna stake at play. in Sanskrit

pana-strî venal woman, prostitute. in Sanskrit

panâ-ya sell. in Sanskrit

panaNy-ya astonishing, admirable. in Sanskrit

panasa breadfruit-tree; n. its fruit. in Sanskrit

pânasa made from the bread-fruit. in Sanskrit

panava drum. in Sanskrit

pânavika belonging to a drum. in Sanskrit

Panchottari in Sanskrit

paNd-a [goer], foot (of men and animals); foot or leg (of inanimate objects), post; bottom (of a water-skin); wheel; root (of a tree); spur (of a mountain); ray, beam (foot of a heavenly body); (foot of a quadruped=) quarter (pl. the four parts); fourth p in Sanskrit

pând-ara pale yellow, whitish, white. in Sanskrit

pând-i-man paleness. in Sanskrit

pând-ú yellowish white, whitish, pale; m. N. of a sovereign of ancient Delhi, a son of Vyâsa and brother of Dhritarâshtra; -kkhâya, a. white-coloured; -tâ, f. yellowish white colour, paleness; -nandana, m. son of Pându; -pattra, n. yellow (= withered) lea in Sanskrit

paNd-ya belonging to the foot; n. water for washing the feet. in Sanskrit

panda eunuch, impotent man: -ka, m. id. in Sanskrit

pândav-a Pându: pl. the five sons of Pându or the adherents of the Pândavas; a. (î) belonging to the sons of Pându. in Sanskrit

pândit-ya scholarship, learning, erudition, wisdom; cleverness; skill, talent. in Sanskrit

panditá learned; wise, shrewd; skilled in (--°); m. scholar, learned or wise man, Pandit: -tâ, f., -tva, n. wisdom; skill in (--°); -buddhi, a. philosophic-minded; -mânika, -mânin, -m-manya, a. considering oneself wise; -sabhâ, f. assembly of Pandits. in Sanskrit

pându-lekha rough draft or copy (made with stylus or chalk); -loha, a. silver; -varna, a. pale-coloured; -sopâka or -saupâka, m. a mixed caste (offspring of Kândâla and Vaidehî). in Sanskrit

pându-ra whitish, white, pale: -tâ, f. white colour; -ya, den. P. colour whitish yellow; i-ta, pp. coloured yellowish white; i-man, m. pale colour; î-kri, colour yellowish white. in Sanskrit

pândya prince of the Pândyas; N. of a mountain range. in Sanskrit

paNg-as vigour; brightness, sheen. in Sanskrit

pañg-ikâ commentary explaining and analysing every word. in Sanskrit

paṅg-u (v-î) lame: -ka, a. id.; -tâ, f., -tva, n., -bhâva, m. lameness. in Sanskrit

pañga-ra cage (also fig. of anything that confines); grated enclosure, net (pl.); skeleton; body: -ka, n. (?) cage; -kesarin, m. caged lion; -kâlana-nyâya, m. principle of eleven birds combined though differing in their individual action setting a cage in in Sanskrit

pâní [pal-ni] hand: -m grah, take the hand (of a girl), marry; -m dâ, give her hand in marriage, wed; --°, a. holding -- in one's hand: -ka, a. --°=pâni; -kâ, f. kind of song. in Sanskrit

pâni-gata held in one's very hand; -graha, m. taking the hand (of a girl), marriage: -kara, m. taker of the hand, lawful husband; -grahana, n. marriage: i-ka, a. relating to --; -grâha: -ka, m. hand-grasper, bridegroom; husband; -grâham, abs. taking by th in Sanskrit

pâni-pâtra using the hand as a drinking vessel, drinking out of the hand; -pîdana, n. pressing the hand (of a girl), marriage; -puta, m. hollowed hand: -ka, m. (?) id.; -pûra, a. filling the hand: -̮anna, n. handful of food; -pranay-in, a. longing for the in Sanskrit

pânini î-ya, a. relating to or composed by Pânini; m. adherent of Pânini; n. Pânini's grammar. in Sanskrit

pâni̮âsya whose mouth is his hand. in Sanskrit

páñk-an (or -án) five; T. of the 14th Lambaka in the Kathâsaritsâgara. in Sanskrit

paṅk-ila miry, dirty, bedaubed with (in.): -bhava, a. growing in swampy soil. in Sanskrit

pañk-in consisting of five parts. in Sanskrit

paṅk-tí set of five (penta/s), series of fives; a metre: 5 X 8, later 4 X 10 syllables; the number ten; line, row; multitude; company, society; -krama, m. succession: in. in a row; -pâvana, a. purifying a society; -ratha, m. N.=Dasa-ratha. in Sanskrit

páṅka (?) mud, mire, slough, quagmire, dirt, clay; --°, ointment; -kkhid, m. a plant (with the fruit of which turbid water is clarified). in Sanskrit

paṅka-ga flower of the day lotus (nelumbium speciosum, which closes in the evening): -nâbha, a. having a lotus in his navel (Vishnu), -netra, a. lotus-eyed, -mâlin, a. adorned with a wreath of lotuses, epithet of Vishnu; -̮akshî, f. lotus-eyed woman; -̮aṅ in Sanskrit

pâñka-gan-ya relating to the five races; m. Krishna's conch (taken from the demon Pañkagana); -nada, a. prevailing in the Panjâb; m. prince of Pañkanada: pl. the people of Pañkanada; -bhautika, a. consisting of or containing the five elements: with âdânam in Sanskrit

pañka-ka consisting of five; five days old; with sata, n. five per cent; n. the number five (penta/s); (páñka)-kapâla, a. (î) distributed in five dishes; -kritvas, ad. five times; -gavya, n. sg. & pl. five products of the cow (milk, curds, butter, urine, in Sanskrit

pañka-má (î) fifth; with amsa, m. a fifth part: -m, ad. for the fifth time; fifthly; m. fifth (later seventh) note of the Indian scale; a musical mode; fifth consonant of a class, nasal; î, f. fifth day in a fortnight; terminations of the fifth case, word in Sanskrit

pañka-maya (î) consisting of five (elements); -mâshaka (or ika), a. consisting of or amounting to five mâshas; -mâsya, a. needing five months for its development (seed); -mukha, a. five-faced; having five points (arrow); -mûla, m. N. of an attendant on Du in Sanskrit

pañka-nakha having five claws; m. beast with five claws; -nada, n. land of the five rivers, Panjâb; m. pl. inhabitants of the Panjâb; sg. N. of a river; -padî, a. f. having (taken) five steps; f. five steps; the five strong cases; -na dîyate, does not acc in Sanskrit

paṅka-pûra great quantity of mud, deep mud. in Sanskrit

paṅka-ruhinî lotus; --group; -lagna, pp. stuck in a bog; -vat, a. muddy, miry; -vartman, n. miry road. in Sanskrit

pañkâ-sa fiftieth: -ka, a. pl. 50; i-kâ, f. collection of 50; -sak-khas, ad. by fifties. in Sanskrit

pañkâ-sát [pañka-dasat] 50: -a, n., -i, f. id.; -ka, a. fifty years old; -tama, a. 50th; -panika, a. consisting of 50 panas (fine); -palika, a. weighing 50 palas; (d)bhâga, m. 50th part; (d)-varsha, a. fifty years old. in Sanskrit

pañka-sha five or six; -sattra, N. of a locality; -sahasrî, f. 5000; -skandî, f. sg. pl. the five Skandas of the Buddhists; -hasta, N. of a locality; -hâyana, a. five years old. in Sanskrit

paṅka-tâ condition of mud; -magna, pp. sunk in the mire. in Sanskrit

paṅka-ya P. besmear. in Sanskrit

paṅkag-in furnished with a lotus: -î, f. lotus; lotus group. in Sanskrit

pâñkâl-ikâ doll. in Sanskrit

pâñkâla (î) referring or belonging to --, ruling over the Pañkâlas; m. prince of the Pañkâlas: pl. the Pañkâlas; î, f. princess of the Pañkâlas, sp. Draupadî; (a)-putrikâ, f. ep. of Draupadî. in Sanskrit

pañkâlá î, f. doll. in Sanskrit

páñka̮akshara pentasyllabic; -̮âkhyâna: -ka, n.=pañka-tantra; -̮agni, a. maintaining the five sacred fires; allowing oneself to be scorched by five fires (four kindled towards the quarters, and the sun): -tva, n. aggregate of five fires (i. e. passions); in Sanskrit

pañka̮âsya five-faced; five-pointed (arrow); m. lion; -̮aha, m. period of five days. in Sanskrit

pañka̮avayava five-limbed. in Sanskrit

pañka̮ishu (five-arrowed), Kâma; -̮ûna, a. less by five. in Sanskrit

paṅke-ruh flower of the day lotus: -a, n., -inî, f. id. in Sanskrit

pâñki-grâma village. in Sanskrit

pañkî-karana reduction to five, combination with the five subtle elements. in Sanskrit

pâṅkteya worthy to belong to a society. in Sanskrit

paṅktî paṅkti. in Sanskrit

paṅkti-sas in rows. in Sanskrit

paNlâsa (î) belonging to or made of the wood of the palâsa tree. in Sanskrit

paNṅkta consisting of five parts, fivefold; composed in paṅkti metre. in Sanskrit

paNr-ya being on the further shore; last; decisive; effective; n. end. in Sanskrit

paNrî-nahya household utensils. in Sanskrit

paNrsh-ni heel; rear of an army, back: -m grah, attack any one (g.) in the rear; -grâha, a. attacking in the rear; m. enemy in the rear. in Sanskrit

paNs-a [√pas, bind], string, tether; snare, gin, trap, noose; bond, fetter (also fig.); --°, smatterer, bungler; beauty of=beautiful, handsome; shock or quantity of, abundant (with words meaning hair): -ka, m. noose; snare; -kantha, a. having a noose roun in Sanskrit

pant in Sanskrit

pánth-â páth. in Sanskrit

pánth-ân páth. in Sanskrit

paNth-as place; water: -pati, m. lord of the waters, ep. of Varuna. in Sanskrit

pântha wayfarer, traveller: -tva, n. life of a wayfarer. in Sanskrit

paNvîrav-a (î) coming from or relating to the thunderbolt (pavîru); f. daughter of lightning, thunder. in Sanskrit

pâp-in wicked, sinful; m. evildoer, sinner; -ishtha, spv., -îyas, cpv. (of pâpa) more or very wicked; -îyas-tva, n. wickedness, depravity. in Sanskrit

pâp-mán evil, calamity, suffering; transgression, sin, guilt; a. hurtful, evil. in Sanskrit

pâpá (î, V.; aN) evil, bad, wicked, criminal, sinful; inauspicious (planets, omens); m. wicked man, villain, sinner; n. evil, trouble, misfortune, harm; wickedness, offence, crime, villany, guilt, sin: sântam pâpam, may heaven forefend that; brahma-hatyâk in Sanskrit

pApa+AcharaNa in Sanskrit

pâpa-ka wicked, bad; m. rascal; n. evil; -karman, n. wicked deed; a. doing evil deeds, wicked, sinful; m. ill-doer, miscreant, criminal, sinner; -kârin, -krít, a., m. id.; -krita, (pp.) n. misdeed; -gati, a. illstarred; -ketas, a. evil-minded, malevolent; in Sanskrit

papaya in Sanskrit

pâpa̮âkâra leading a wicked life; -̮âtman, a. evil-minded, malevolent, wicked; m. wicked man, villain; -̮anubandha, m. evil consequences; -̮ârambha-ka, -̮ârambha-vat, a. machinating evil; -̮âsaya, a. evil-intentioned. in Sanskrit

paper in Sanskrit

pár-a [leading beyond: √2. pri], 1. of place: farther, than (ab.); remoter, ulterior; opposite (shore); next (life); 2. of time: past, previous; future, subsequent; following (ab.); latest, extreme (age), high (time); 3. of amount: exceeding, more than (a in Sanskrit

pâr-á [√2. pri] taking across; (m.) n. opposite or farther bank or boundary; bank; extreme limit, extremity, end, goal; -kâma, a. wishing to reach the other bank. in Sanskrit

pâr-ana taking across, saving; n. bringing to an end, accomplishment, fulfilment; conclusion of a fast (±vrata-), breakfast (also â); reading; complete text. in Sanskrit

par-ás [√2. pri: cp. tir-as] further, beyond, away, afar; in future, later; prp. with ac. beyond, more than; with in., id.; without; with ab. beyond, except. in Sanskrit

par-ná [taking across, wafting: √2. pri] pinion, wing; feather (also of an arrow); leaf (--°, a. â, î); betel-leaf; m. a tree with large leaves (Butea frondosa), in C. generally called palâsa; -krikkhra, m. a kind of penance; -puta, m. n. leaf rolled into in Sanskrit

par-u limb, joint (--°). in Sanskrit

pár-us knot; joint; limb; section. in Sanskrit

par-ush-á (â, V. párushnî) knotty (reed); spotted, variegated; dirty; rough, rugged; dishevelled, shaggy; rough (wind), scorching (fire, sun); harsh (tone); severe, hard, rude, abusive (speech, person); n. sg., pl. contumelious speech, abuse: -vakana, n. in Sanskrit

pár-van [fulness: √1. pri] knot of a cane or plant; joint; limb; section, division in a book; natural break in a narrative or conversation; juncture, period; node, day of periodic change of the moon (of which there are two or four); sacrifice performed on in Sanskrit

pár-vat-a consisting of knots or ragged masses (with ádri or girí); m. mountain, hill; rock, boulder; cloud; N. of a Rishi and of a minister of Purûravas: -ka, m. N.; -kandara, n. mountain-cave; -durga, n. impenetrable mountain; -râg: -a, m. king of mount in Sanskrit

párâ backward, away, forth, off (verbal prp. and nominal prefix). in Sanskrit

parâ-bhavá departure; disappearance; defeat, overthrow; humiliation, frustration, mortification (by, in., ab.); -bhâva, m. defeat; (párâ)-bhûti, f. defeat, humiliation, mortification (by, ab., --°). in Sanskrit

para-brahman supreme Brahman; -bhâga, m. supreme state, pre-eminence: -tâ, f. high position, pre-eminence; -bhâgya̮upagîvin, a. living on another's fortune; -bhûmishtha, a. abiding in a foreign country; -bhûshana, m., v. r. for -dûshana; -bhrita, (pp., no in Sanskrit

para-dâra another man's wife; adultery; -dûshana, m. ruin of the foe, peace in which the enemy seizes the revenue of the country; -desa, m. another place; foreign country; enemy's territory; -dosha-gña, a. knowing the faults of others; -dravya, n. pl. goo in Sanskrit

pâra-des-ya belonging to or coming from another country (para-desa), foreign. in Sanskrit

pâra-dhvaga standards from over the sea (i. e. from Ceylon) borne in royal processions. in Sanskrit

pâra-drisvan (r-î) having seen the opposite bank, fully conversant with (g. or --°). in Sanskrit

pâra-ga crossing to the farther bank; having gone to the end of anything, having accomplished, -- thoroughly studied, fully conversant with (g., lc., --°); deeply learned; -gata, pp. having reached the opposite bank, having safely crossed (g.); -grâmika, in Sanskrit

parâ-ga [going forth, dispersing], pollen; dust; -gamana, n. departure; -g-in, a. having pollen. in Sanskrit

parâ-gaya deprivation, loss, of (ab., --°); defeat; loss of a lawsuit; subjugation, conquest of (g., --°); -gi-shnu, a. victorious. in Sanskrit

para-hita welfare of others. in Sanskrit

para-kara-gata passed into the hands of others. in Sanskrit

para-kathâ talk about others; -kara-gata, pp. being in the hands of another or others; -karman, n. service for others; -kalatra̮abhigamana, n. adultery; -kârya, n. another person's business or affair; -kâla, a. belonging to a later time, subsequent. in Sanskrit

para-kintâ thought for others; -kkhidra, n. another's failings or weak points; -gana, m. stranger; -tantra, a. dependent on another; dependent on (--°): î-kri, make dependent; make over to another, sell. in Sanskrit

parâ-krama bold advance, valour; power, strength, might; prowess; forcible means; N. of a fairy prince; -kramin, a. valorous, mighty. in Sanskrit

para-krita done or committed by another; -kriti, f. act of another; analogous case, precedent; -kritya, n. another person's business or affair; a. belonging to the enemy's party, supporting the enemy's cause: -paksha, m. hostile party; -kshetra, n. anothe in Sanskrit

pâra-laukika (î) relating to the next world. in Sanskrit

para-m-para one after another, successive: -m, ad. in regular succession; â, f. uninterrupted line, unbroken series, regular succession; mediateness: in. indirectly; (â)-prâpta, pp. handed down by tradition, -̮âyâta, pp. id. in Sanskrit

para-má farthest, remotest, extreme, last; highest, chief, primary; supreme, transcendant; most excellent, best, greatest; worst; better, greater, worse, than (ab.); n. extreme limit; chief aim, main thing: only --° a. amounting at the most to; wholly occ in Sanskrit

para-manyu-mat deeply distressed; -marma-gña, a. knowing the secret designs of others. in Sanskrit

parâ-marsa injury; assault, attack, on (g., lc., --°); relation to; recollection; reflexion, consideration. in Sanskrit

para-mata opinion of others. in Sanskrit

para-paksha party of the enemy; -patnî, f. another's wife; -parigraha, m. another's property; another's wife; -paribhava, m. humiliation of others; -parivâda, m. speaking ill of others; -pâka, m. another's food or table; -pinda, n. another's cake; -puram- in Sanskrit

para-s-para each other; in. by or with each other; g. of each other; °--, -tas, -m, ad. each other, mutually; -gña, a. knowing one another, intimate; -vyâvritti, f. mutual exclusion; -sthita, pp. standing opposite each other; -̮âdin, a. devouring one anot in Sanskrit

parâ-sará destroyer; N. in Sanskrit

parâ-sedha custody, prison. in Sanskrit

para-sevâ service of others. in Sanskrit

para-sthâna foreign country; strange place. in Sanskrit

para-sú axe, hatchet: (u)-mát, a. provided with an axe; -râma, m. Râma with the axe, ep. of Râma, son of Gamadagni. in Sanskrit

para-sva property of others: -̮âdâyin, a. appropriating the property of others. in Sanskrit

para-svas day after to-morrow. in Sanskrit

para-tâ absoluteness; highest degree. in Sanskrit

pâra-tantr-ya dependence; -talpika, n. adultery. in Sanskrit

para-tara greater, more. in Sanskrit

para-tas 1.=ab. of para, a. highest; belonging to another; m. stranger; 2. further; henceforward, afterwards; high up; with ab. high above, over (of power or rank); after (of time); itas--paratas, here--there; before--after. in Sanskrit

para-tra in the other world, hereafter; below (in a book): -bhîru, a. anxious about the next world. in Sanskrit

para-tvá remoteness; posteriority; superiority, to (g.); intentness or emphasis on (--°). in Sanskrit

parâ-vartana turning round; -vritti, f. return; failure; exchange. in Sanskrit

parâ-vát distance. in Sanskrit

parâ-yat-î (√i) gone by, departed (dawn: RV.). in Sanskrit

para-yoshit wife of another man; -ramana, m. second lover, paramour; -loka, m. the other or future world: -̮arthin, n. seeking heaven; -vat, 1. ad. like a stranger; -vat, 2. a. depending on another; ready to obey (lc.); dependent on (in., g.); devoted to, in Sanskrit

pârada quicksilver; m. pl. N. of a people. in Sanskrit

pâradâr-ika having intercourse with another man's wife (para-dâra); m. adulterer; -ya, n. adultery. in Sanskrit

párah-sahasra (or rá) more than a thousand. in Sanskrit

parah-satá more than 100; containing more than 100 verses. in Sanskrit

parâk (or ṅ) parâñk. in Sanskrit

párâk-î parâñk. in Sanskrit

parâk-îna averted; being beyond; indifferent to (ab.); unsuitable: -m, ad. beyond, away from (ab.); after (ab.); more. in Sanskrit

parak-îya belonging to another or others; hostile. in Sanskrit

pârak-ya belonging to or meant for another; alien, hostile; m. enemy. in Sanskrit

parâkaís parâ̮ak-a) aside, away: dûre --, far away. in Sanskrit

pâram-i-tâ reaching the further shore, complete attainment (of a virtue); (--°) perfection in (B.). in Sanskrit

pâram-par-a relating to the other side: with loka, m. the other world: î-ya, a. traditional, handed down; -ya, n. uninterrupted succession, oral tradition: -krama̮âgata, pp. or -̮âgata, pp. handed down in regular succession. in Sanskrit

param-sakti with all one's might; to the best of one's ability. in Sanskrit

param-tapa vexing the foe; N. of a prince of Magadha. in Sanskrit

parama-ka most excellent, supreme, highest, best, greatest; worst. in Sanskrit

parama-pums supreme soul, ep. of Vishnu; -purusha, m. id. in Sanskrit

parama-sobhana exceedingly beautiful; -samhrishta, pp. exceedingly rejoiced; -hamsa, m. ascetic of the highest order; universal soul; -̮akshara, n. syllable om or the Absolute; -̮aṅganâ, f. most excellent woman. in Sanskrit

paramá-tâ highest position, supremacy; summit, highest aim; -dâruna, a. very dreadful; -duhkhita, pp. deeply afflicted. in Sanskrit

parama̮anu infinitesimal portion, atom: -tâ, f. atomic nature, -kâranavâda, m. doctrine of atoms, Vaiseshika system. in Sanskrit

pârama̮arth-ika (î) relating to the real (paramârtha), real, true; loving truth; -ya, n. absolute truth. in Sanskrit

parama̮âtman supreme or universal soul; -̮âtma-tâ, f., -tva, n. abst. n.; -̮ânanda, m. supreme joy; -̮anna, n. (best food), rice boiled in milk; -̮âpad, f. greatest misfortune; -̮artha, m. highest or whole truth, true state of the case, reality: °--, -tas in Sanskrit

parama̮ishu̮âsa excellent bowman; -̮upâsaka, m. zealous Buddhist layman. in Sanskrit

pârama̮îsvara (î) relating to or coming from the supreme lord (Siva). in Sanskrit

parama̮îsvara mighty or supreme lord, prince; God: -tâ, f., -tva, n. sovereignty, lordship. in Sanskrit

parama̮rishi great sage. in Sanskrit

parame-shth-ín standing at the head or in the highest place, supreme; m. lord, ep. of various gods or divine beings. in Sanskrit

pârameshth-ya relating to the supreme god (Brahman); n. highest position. in Sanskrit

parâṅ-mukha (î) having one's face averted; turning one's back upon (g.), fleeing from (ab.); averted (gaze); averse from, not caring for, avoiding, indifferent to (prati, g., lc., --°); adverse: -tâ, f. aversion of the face; -tva, n. aversion, to (--°); î in Sanskrit

parâñk-in not returning. in Sanskrit

paraN̮ayana 1. departure; 2. (a̮ayana), highest aim, last resort, refuge; chief thing, essence; determining agent (of, g.); a certain work; a. --°, wholly occupied with, intent on, devoted to, engrossed by, exclusively referring to; a. being the last refu in Sanskrit

pârârth-ya sympathy with another's cause, disinterestedness. in Sanskrit

paras-tarâm further. in Sanskrit

parás-tât afar, further, beyond; above, higher than; from above, before, or behind; afterwards, later: (d) avagamyata eva, what follows can be guessed. in Sanskrit

pârasa (î) Persian; î, f. the Persian language; i-ka, a. Persian; m. pl. the Persians; î-ka, m. pl. the Persians. in Sanskrit

pârâsar-a belonging to Parâsara; -in, m. monk of the order of Pârâsarya: pl. a certain philosophical school; -ya, m. pat. son of Parâsara, i. e. Vyâsa. in Sanskrit

pârasava Sûdrâ). in Sanskrit

parasmai-pada (word for another), transitive form, personal endings of the active (gr.). in Sanskrit

parasvadha axe, hatchet. in Sanskrit

pârata quicksilver (=pârada). in Sanskrit

pâratr-ika relating to the next world (cp. paratra); -ya, a. id. in Sanskrit

pârâvata distant, coming from a distance (parâvat); m. turtle-dove, pigeon; a kind of snake: -mâlâ-ya, den. Â. resemble a flock of turtles; -̮aksha, m. N. of a snake demon (having eyes like a turtle-dove). in Sanskrit

pâray-ishnú successful; victorious: -tama, spv. best in accomplishing. in Sanskrit

para[h]̮ushnih (8+ 8+12 syllables). in Sanskrit

para̮adhikâra another's office or post: -karkâ, f. interference with another's concerns, officiousness; -̮adhîna, a. dependent on another, subject, subservient; dependent on (--°); engaged or absorbed in, engrossed by (--°); -tâ, f. dependence, subjection in Sanskrit

para̮ahna afternoon. in Sanskrit

para̮aṅga hinder part of the body. in Sanskrit

para̮anna food of another: -bhogin, a. eating the food of another, living at another's cost. in Sanskrit

para̮apara the further and the nearer; the earlier and the later (cause and effect); the higher and the lower, the better and the worse: -tâ, f. condition of being both genus and species; absoluteness and relativity; -tva, n. id.; priority and posteriorit in Sanskrit

para̮ardhá ulterior side, other half; m. n. the highest number: 100,000, 000,000,000,000; -̮ardh-ya, a. being on the other side; most excellent, noblest, highest, best; more excellent than (ab.). in Sanskrit

para̮artha great importance; another's affair or interests, advantage of others; (chief thing=) copulation: -m, lc., °--, for another's sake, for the good of others; a. having another purpose; existing for others; -ka, a. id.: -tva, n. abst. n.; -tâ, f. a in Sanskrit

para̮arthin striving for what is highest. in Sanskrit

parâ̮asu whose breath is departing, dying; expired, lifeless, dead; -tâ, f., -tva, n. apathy; nearness of death. in Sanskrit

para̮âtman supreme soul. in Sanskrit

pâra̮avâra (?) further and nearer bank; m. sea (having a further and a nearer shore): -tarana̮artham, ad. in order to cross from one bank to the other. in Sanskrit

para̮avara farther and nearer, preceding and following, superior and inferior; all-comprising; n. cause and effect; totality. in Sanskrit

para̮avasatha-sâyin sleeping in another's house. in Sanskrit

pâra̮ayana reading through, study; totality; complete text. in Sanskrit

para̮âyatta dependent on another; dependent on, overcome by (--°). in Sanskrit

para̮iṅgita-gñâna-phala fruitful in the discovery of another's hints. in Sanskrit

parâ̮ita (gone away), deceased: -bhartri, m. lord of the dead, ep. of Yama; -bhûmi, f. cemetery; -râga, m. king of the dead, ep. of Yama; -̮âvâsa, m. cemetery. in Sanskrit

para̮upaga dependent on something else, adjectival; -̮upadesa, m. instruction of others. in Sanskrit

para̮upakarana rendering of services to others; î-kri, make the instrument of others; -̮upakâra, m. services rendered to others; -̮upakâr-in, a. benefiting others (-i-tva, n. abst. n.); m. N. of a prince; -̮upakriti, f. rendering of services to others. in Sanskrit

parched in Sanskrit

paré at a later time, subsequently. in Sanskrit

pare-dyavi on the following day, to-morrow. in Sanskrit

pare-prâna dearer than life. in Sanskrit

pâre-visokam beyond mount Visoka; -smasânam, ad. beyond the cemetery. in Sanskrit

párena beyond, over, past (ac.); after (ab., g.); subsequently, later, afterwards. in Sanskrit

paretara trustworthy or attracting adversaries. in Sanskrit

parg-ánya rain-cloud; rain; god of rain: -ginvita, pp. animated by Parganya. in Sanskrit

pári around; °--, fully, quite, entirely, excessively; prp. with ac. about (of time and place); against, towards; over, more than; with ab. from; on account of; according to. in Sanskrit

pârî pâra) milk-pail, vessel, cup. in Sanskrit

pari-barha necessaries or luxuries of life: -vat, a. well furnished (house); -bâdhâ, f. hardship, distress, fatigue; -brimhana, n. prosperity; supplement, appendage (of the Veda); -bodhana, n., â, f. admonition; -bodhanîya, fp. to be admonished; -bodha-va in Sanskrit

pari-bhaya apprehension, fear; -bhava, m. disrespect, contumely, insult, injury, humiliation; disregard, contempt, for (g., lc., --°), on the part of (in., ab., --°): -pada, -̮âspada, n. object of contempt; -bhavana, n. humiliation: î-ya, fp. who can be i in Sanskrit

pari-dâha burning; distress, affliction; -durbala, a. extremely weak or poorly; -deva, m.: -na, n., -nâ, f. complaint, lamentation; -devita, (pp.) n. complaint, lament; -devin, a. lamenting. in Sanskrit

pari-dhaNna putting on (a garment); clothing, dressing; vesture, garment, sp. lower or under garment: -valkala, n. bark for clothing, -vastra, n. upper garment; -dhânî-kri, turn into an under garment; -dhârana, n. suffering, indulging in (g.): â, f. endur in Sanskrit

pari-gana (surrounding folk), servant (male or female); gnly. coll., retinue, train, followers, attendants, domestics (esp. female); -gâta, pp. completely grown; -gihîrshâ, f. desire to avoid or remove; -gñapti, f. recognition; -gñâtri, m. accurate knower in Sanskrit

pari-ganana complete enumeration, exact statement; counting; -gananîya, fp. to be completely enumerated, -- exactly stated; *-ganit-in, a. having fully considered everything; -gata, pp. encompassed, surrounded; overwhelmed: -̮artha, a. familiar with a thi in Sanskrit

pari-gha iron gate-bar (with which powerful arms are often compared); bar, obstacle (fig.); iron club, mace encased with iron; streak of cloud across the rising or setting sun; palace-gate, gate; -ghattana, n. friction; -ghâta, m. removal; -ghâtin, a. tra in Sanskrit

pari-hara concealment; -hara- nîya, fp. to be shunned or avoided: -tâ, f. avoidance; -hartavya, fp. to be given up or delivered; to be avoided, shunned, or removed; -- concealed or kept to oneself; refuted; -hâni or -hâni, f. diminution; -hâpanîya, fp. to in Sanskrit

parî-hâsa jest; ridicule: -ke- sava, m. N. of a temple of Vishnu; -kshama, a. calculated to ridicule=to surpass. in Sanskrit

pari-hâsa joke, jest, pleasantry, sport; derision, mockery: -pura, n. N. of a city, -vastu, n. laughing-stock (-tâ, f. abst. n.), -sîla, a. fond of jesting; fond of mocking (-tâ, f. abst. n.), -hari, m. N. of a temple of Vishnu; -hîna, pp. (√hâ) destitute in Sanskrit

pari-kampin trembling violently; -kara, m. sg. & pl. retinue, dependents; assistance, expedient; addition; abundance, multitude; girdle for looping up a garment: -m bandh or kri, gird oneself for, prepare to (lc. or inf.); -karita, pp. accompanied by (in. in Sanskrit

pari-kaya 1. accumulation; 2. acquaintance, knowledge; intimacy; familiarity with, practice of (in.±samam, g., lc., --°); repetition or frequency of (--°): -vat, a. well-known; -kara, m. companion; attendant, servant; -kárana, m. attendant; n. service; at in Sanskrit

pari-khandana diminution, derogation; -khâ, f. trench, moat, fosse; -khî-kri, turn into a moat; -kheda, m. exhaustion, fatigue. in Sanskrit

parî-kshit (dwelling around), N. of several kings (=pari-). in Sanskrit

pari-laghu extremely light or small; very minute or thin; easily digested; trivial, senseless: -tâ, f. extreme minuteness or thinness; -lamba, m. dilatoriness, delay: -na, n. hesitating, delaying; -lekha, m. outline, sketch; -lopa, m. neglect, omission. in Sanskrit

parî-mâna embrace; -varta, m. exchange, barter; change; -vâda, m. detraction; -vâra, m. retinue; -vâha, m. drain or channel for carrying off the overflow of a pond, wastepipe; -sesha, m. remnant. in Sanskrit

pari-mandala circumference; a. circular; globular: -tâ, f. circularity, i-ta, pp. made round; -manthara, a. very slow: -tâ, f. sluggishness; -manda, a. very dim (eye); °--, ad. very slightly: -tâ, f. exhaustion, ennui; -manyú, a. fierce; -marda, m. wearin in Sanskrit

pari-nâbhi around the navel; -nindâ, f. severe blame of (g.); censoriousness; -nirvâna, n. complete extinction of the individual; -nirvriti, f. complete redemption; -nishthâ, f. extreme limit, summit; complete familiarity with (lc. or --°); -nish-pannatva in Sanskrit

pâri-nâm-ika digestible; subject to development: with bhâva, m. natural disposition; -nâyya, n. household utensils; -nâhya, n. id.; -tosh-ika, n. reward, gratuity (token of satisfaction); -panth-ika, m. highwayman, robber; -pâtra, incorrect for -yâtra; -p in Sanskrit

pari-nata-vayas of declining age, old; -nati, f. transmutation, transformation, change; development; ripening; maturity; mature age; consequence, effect; issue, end; fulfilment of a promise; °--, in the end, finally; -m yâ, come to an end; -namana, n. tra in Sanskrit

pari-pana playing for (--°); -patana, n. flying about, hovering; -pantha-ka, m. (obstructor of one's path), adversary, enemy; -pantha-ya, den. P. oppose, resist (ac.); -panthín, a. besetting one's path; m. waylayer, opponent, enemy; -panthî-bhû, become th in Sanskrit

pari-phulla wide open (eyes); covered with bristling hair. in Sanskrit

pari-rakshana protection; maintenance; preservation; keeping secret; î-ya, fp. to be guarded or preserved; -rakshâ, f. protection; preservation; -rakshitri, m. guardian; protector; -rambha, m. embrace: -na, n. embracing, embrace; -rambhin, a. embracing; g in Sanskrit

pari-samvatsara full year; a. a full year old; waiting a full year; -sakhya, n. true friendship; -samkhyâ, f. complete tale or enumeration; full number, totality, sum, number; exhaustive statement (i. e. excluding everything not specified): -na, n. comple in Sanskrit

pari-saṅkanîya to be distrusted; n. imps. distrust should be shown; -saṅkin, a. (--°) fearing; fearful on account of; -sishta, (pp.) n. supplement, appendix; -sîlana, n. frequent contact, intercourse; study; -suddhi, f. complete purification (also fig.); in Sanskrit

parî-sâra environment. in Sanskrit

pari-shat-tva legal assembly; -shád, a. encompassing, besetting; f. assembly; audience; council; -sheka, m. sprinkling, dousing with water, shower-bath; bathing appliances, such as water-can, etc.; -shoda- sa, a. pl. full sixteen; -shkandá, m. servant, es in Sanskrit

pári-shti hindrance; distress; -shtuti, f. praise. in Sanskrit

pari-shyandá stream, flow (of words); -shvaṅga, m. embrace; touch, contact with (--°). in Sanskrit

pari-skanda servant, esp. one running beside a carriage; -skhalita, (pp.) n. staggering; -stara, m. layer of sacrificial grass; -stárana, n. strewing about; -stoma, m. cover, bolster; -spanda, m. motion; -spandita, (pp.) n. quivering; flaming up; manifest in Sanskrit

pari-srama fatigue, weariness, exhaustion; exertion; continual study of (--°); -srânta, pp. (√sram) greatly exhausted; -srít, f. (encloser), one of the small stones surrounding the sacrificial altar: -srita, (pp.) n. sacrificial shed; -slatha, a. quite sl in Sanskrit

pári-takmya agitating, unsafe, perilous; â, f. peril. in Sanskrit

pari-tâpa heat, warmth; distress, anguish, sorrow, affliction; remorse; giving pain; -tâpin, a. burning hot; causing affliction or sorrow, distressing; -tushti, f. satisfaction; -tripti, f. perfect satisfaction; -tosha, m. satisfaction, gratification, gle in Sanskrit

parî-tâpa heat; -tosha, m. satisfaction; -tta, pp. √dâ; -pâka, m. development; ripeness; consequences, result. in Sanskrit

pari-tarkana consideration; -tarpana, a. satisfying; n. satisfaction. in Sanskrit

parí-tas round about, on all sides, in every direction, everywhere; prp. w. ac. round. in Sanskrit

pari-tatnú embracing. in Sanskrit

pari-vâdá detraction, censure (of, g., lc., --°): -kathâ, f. id.; -vâdin, a. slandering, censuring: -î, f. seven-stringed lute; -vâpá, m. parched grains of rice; -vâra, m. cover; attendants, train, retinue (--°, a. surrounded by); sheath: -tâ, f. conditio in Sanskrit

pari-vatsará complete year; î-na, a. relating to a full year; -vargana, n. avoidance of, abstention from (g. or --°): î-ya, fp. to be avoided; -varta, m. revolution; end of a period, esp. of a cycle (yuga); end; exchange, barter; change; moving to and fro in Sanskrit

pari-vitti unmarried man whose younger brother is married: -tâ, f., -tva, n. allowing one's younger brother to marry first; -vinna, pp.=-vitti; -vivadishu, des. a. intending to reside; (pári)vishti, f. service, attendance. in Sanskrit

pari-vridha √brih; m. lord, master; -vritta, (pp.) n. rolling, weltering, moving to and fro; -vritti, f. exchange, barter: in. alternately; -vriddhi, f. increase. in Sanskrit

pari-vrita surrounded. in Sanskrit

pari-vyaya condiment; -vrag- yâ, f. strolling, wandering from place to place; sp. religious mendicancy; -vrâg, m. (nm. t) wandering ascetic, religious mendicant: -aka, m., -ikâ, f. mendicant devotee (man or woman of the fourth or last religious order). in Sanskrit

pari-[y]âna circuitous; n. saddle: i-ta, pp. saddled. in Sanskrit

pârigâta coral tree (bearing crimson blossoms: Erythrina indica); also its wood; a mythical tree of paradise, produced at the churning of the ocean and taken from Indra by Krishna; -maya, a. made of the flowers of the tree of paradise. in Sanskrit

pârikshitá descendant of Parikshit, Ganamegaya. in Sanskrit

parîkshiti Parîkshit. in Sanskrit

pârikuta attendant. in Sanskrit

pârîndra lion. in Sanskrit

pari̮agni encircling fire, firebrand carried round the victim; the ceremony of carrying round the firebrand: i (ad.) or -m kri, perform this ceremony; -karana, n. performance of the Paryagni ceremony; -krita, pp. having been encircled by the firebrand. in Sanskrit

pari̮âhâva formula preceding and following a verse; -̮âhita, (pp. √dhâ) m. man whose younger brother has set up the sacred fire before him. in Sanskrit

pari̮ak pari̮añk) round about. in Sanskrit

pari̮âkula filled with, full of (--°); disordered, disarranged; confused; agitated: -tva, n. confusion; -ya, den. P. confuse; agitate; î-kri, id.; î-bhû, become confused. in Sanskrit

pari̮âlokana deliberation; â, f. id.; plan, scheme. in Sanskrit

pari̮aṅka couch, bed; squatting posture: -bandha, m., -granthi-bandha, m. doubling of the legs in squatting; -stha, a. sitting on a sofa. in Sanskrit

pari̮âpta sufficient: -tâ, f. abundance; (pári)-̮âpti, f. conclusion; sufficiency; being a match for any one; competency, capacity for (--°). in Sanskrit

pari̮âsá rotation; border; conclusion; concluding stanza in recitation: -na, n. revolution. in Sanskrit

pari̮asru bathed in tears, tearful. in Sanskrit

pari̮ataka vagabond; -̮atana, n. roaming about, strolling (with g. or --°); -̮anuyoktavya, fp. to be asked; to be called upon to answer; -̮anuyoga, m. enquiry; reproach; -̮antá, m. (limit around), boundary, border, skirt, limit, edge, end; °--=adjacent, n in Sanskrit

pari̮avadhârana mature reflexion; -̮avasâna, n. conclusion, end; resulting in (lc.); -̮avasâyin, a. ending with, resulting in (--°). in Sanskrit

pari̮âvarta return; exchange; -̮âvila, a. extremely turbid. in Sanskrit

pari̮aya revolution, expiration (of a period); change, alteration. in Sanskrit

pari̮âya revolution; expiration of a period; change of seasons; periodic return; repetition; regular succession; turn; ritual turn with the Soma cups in the Atirâtra feast; period, sentence; stanza; alternative word, synonym: °-- or in. in order; alternat in Sanskrit

pari̮eshtavya to be sought; -̮eshana, n. search. in Sanskrit

pari̮îksh-aka examiner or knower of a thing; -ana, n. (rarely â, f.) testing, investigation, examination; -anîya, fp. to be investigated; -â, f. inspection, examination, trial, test: -kshama, a. standing the test, valid. in Sanskrit

pari̮îkshin examining, testing (g.); m. examiner, tester; -̮îkshya, fp. to be examined or tested; -̮îkiksh-i-shu, des. a. desirous of testing or examining. in Sanskrit

pari̮îkshita (√îksh) tried, examined; m.=Parîkshit; -̮îkshitavya, fp. to be tested or examined. in Sanskrit

pari̮îpsâ wish to obtain, maintain, or preserve; haste; -̮îpsu, des. a. wishing to preserve (ac.). in Sanskrit

pari̮ishti investigation. in Sanskrit

pari̮ita (√i) affected or overcome by (--°). in Sanskrit

pari̮uka sprinkling; -̮utsuka, a. very restless or agitated; very melancholy; vehemently longing for (d.): -tva, n. longing desire, î-bhû, become very melancholy; -̮ud-asta, pp. excepting; -̮udâsa, m. exclusion, negation; -̮upâsaka, a. honouring, respecti in Sanskrit

park-a [√prik] mixture or libation (--°). in Sanskrit

parkatî wavy-leaved fig-tree (Ficus infectoria). in Sanskrit

parna̮ada -vakana, n. speech of Parnâda; -̮âhâra, a. feeding on leaves. in Sanskrit

parna̮utaga (?) hut of leaves; -̮utsa, m. N. of a village. in Sanskrit

paro-(a)varám from above downwards, in succession; -varîyas, cpv. broader above. in Sanskrit

paro-ragas free from passions. in Sanskrit

paró-[a]ksha [beyond the eye], being out of sight, invisible, imperceptible; unknown, unintelligible; cognizable by mind only; °--, imperceptibly: -m, ad. behind the back of, without the knowledge of (in. V.; g. or --°, C.); in. imperceptibly, mysteriousl in Sanskrit

pâroksh-ya invisible; unintelligible, enigmatical; n. infallibility; mystery. in Sanskrit

parokshâ past completed action; personal ending of the perfect (gr.). in Sanskrit

paroksha̮artha invisible object, the invisible. in Sanskrit

paroshnî Parushnî: cp. Payoshnî). in Sanskrit

parrot in Sanskrit

parrot green) in Sanskrit

párs-âna cavity, gulf, abyss. in Sanskrit

párs-u rib; curved knife, sickle. in Sanskrit

pârshada (= pârishada) attendant (esp. of a god); member of an assembly, spectator: pl. (sts. sg.) retinue; n. manual recognised by a grammatical school. in Sanskrit

pârshata of or belonging to the spotted deer (prishata). in Sanskrit

pârshnî = pârshni. in Sanskrit

pârsv-á [connected with the ribs, parsu], region of the ribs, side (also fig.); flank (of an army); proximity: -m, aside (look); to the side of, near (g., --°); ab. away from; on the part of, by, through; lc. near; beside, at (g., --°); lc. du. on both si in Sanskrit

pârsva-ka rib; -ga, a. going at one's side, accompanying; m. attendant: pl. retinue; -gata, pp. going at one's side, attendant; sheltering (shade); -gamana, n. accompanying (--°); -kara, m. attendant: pl. retinue; -tás, ad. from, by or at the side or flan in Sanskrit

pârsva̮anukara attendant; -̮âyâta, pp. come near, approached; -̮âsanna, pp. standing beside, present; -̮âsîna, pr. pt. sitting beside; -̮asthi, n. rib; -̮upapâr- sva, m. du. flank and shoulder-blade; -̮upapîdam, abs. holding one's sides (with laughter). in Sanskrit

part in Sanskrit

part of itihas in Sanskrit

Part of the day in Sanskrit

pârtha descendant of Prithâ, Yudhishthira, Bhîmasena, and esp. Arguna; N.: -ga, m. son of Pârtha. in Sanskrit

pârthiv-a (î) terrestrial, earthly: with vrata, n. manner of the earth; m. inhabitant or son of earth; prince, king, warrior; a. royal: î, f. daughter of earth, Sîtâ; -tâ, f., -tva, n. royal dignity, kingship; -nandinî, f. king's daughter, princess; -̮ris in Sanskrit

particular in Sanskrit

particularly disciplined in Sanskrit

particularly taking shelter in Sanskrit

parting in Sanskrit

parts per million in Sanskrit

parud-vâra horse. in Sanskrit

páruk-khepa Rishi (cp. parud-vâra). in Sanskrit

pârush-eyá spotted, dappled. in Sanskrit

parush-ita harshly addressed, used roughly; -iman, m. shagginess. in Sanskrit

párush-n-î parusha) cloud (motley); N. of a river in the Panjâb (knotty, winding), now Ravi. in Sanskrit

pârush-ya roughness, violence; dishevelled state; rudeness, insulting speech. in Sanskrit

parush-ya variegated, manifold. in Sanskrit

parusha̮itara reverse of severe, gentle, benign; -̮ukti, f. rough speech. in Sanskrit

parut-ka having joints. in Sanskrit

pârvan-a relating to a phase of the moon (new or full); increasing or full (moon); being at the time of opposition or full moon; m. fortnight; new and full moon sacrifice. in Sanskrit

pârvata (î) produced or growing on, being, dwelling or consisting in mountains, mountainous: î, f. pat. daughter of the mountain (i. e. of the Himâlaya), Durgâ (consort of Siva); a̮ayana, m. pat. fr. parvata, N. of a chamberlain; î-ya, a. dwelling in the in Sanskrit

pArvatI in Sanskrit

parva̮atyaya end of an eclipse; -̮âsphota, m. cracking of the fingers. in Sanskrit

pârva̮ayanânt-îya belonging to the days of conjunction and opposition (new and full moon) and to the solstices. in Sanskrit

parvin-î feast-day. in Sanskrit

paryaṅk-ikâ couch. in Sanskrit

pâs-ika trapper, bird-catcher; N.; -ín, a. having a noose; m. bird-catcher; ep. of Varuna. in Sanskrit

pas-ká hinder; later. in Sanskrit

pas-kaN behind, after; in the west; afterwards. in Sanskrit

pás-u (or-ú) [tethered beast], cattle (single head or herd); domestic animal (including cows, horses, goats, sheep, asses, and dogs: opp. mriga, wild beast); beast, brute; sacrificial animal, victim: -kalpa, m. ritual of the animal sacrifice; (ú)-kâma, a. in Sanskrit

pâsa-hasta snare or noose in his hand; m. ep. of Yama. in Sanskrit

pâsav-a coming from or peculiar to animals. in Sanskrit

pasav-yã relating to or fit for cattle. in Sanskrit

pâshâna stone: -maya, a. (î) made of stone. in Sanskrit

pâshand-a (î) heretical; m. heretic; m. n. heresy; -in, m. heretic; -ya, n. heresy. in Sanskrit

pask-ima hinder; western; last, latest, final: -m darsanam drashtum, see for the last time; â velâ, f. evening time, close of day; â samdhyâ, f. evening twilight; â, f. (sc. dis) west. in Sanskrit

paskaNt behind, in the rear, after; backwards; from or in the west; westwards; afterwards, hereafter, subsequently (sts. pleonastically with a gd.); -- kri, leave behind, surpass; place on the back or despise; prp. with ab. and g. after; to the west of; t in Sanskrit

paskât-tâpa repentance, re morse; -tâpin, a. repenting; -puro-mâruta, m. du. west and east wind; (d)-baddha-purusha, m. man whose hands are tied behind his back; -bâhu-baddha, pp. id.; (d)-bhâga, m. hind part. in Sanskrit

pâskât-tya (or -ya) posterior; western; last: -bhâga, m. eye (of a needle). in Sanskrit

paska̮ardhá hind portion; western side. in Sanskrit

paskima̮akala Western Mountain (a fabulous mountain behind which the sun is supposed to set: cp. asta̮akala); -̮ambudhi, m. western ocean; -̮itara, a. (opposite of west), eastern; -̮uttara, a. north-western: -pûrva, a. western, northern, or eastern. in Sanskrit

passage to heaven in Sanskrit

passed in Sanskrit

passionate in Sanskrit

passport in Sanskrit

past and future) in Sanskrit

Past IIIP pl.PP) took birth in Sanskrit

past part.was there in Sanskrit

pastyã stall; â, f. pl. homestead, dwelling, household. in Sanskrit

pâsupâl-ya binding or breeding of cattle. in Sanskrit

pâsupata (î) belonging or referring to Siva Pasupati; m. worshipper of Siva Pasupati. in Sanskrit

pat-a flight (only °--): -ga, m. [moving by flight], winged creature, bird: -râga, -̮îsvara, m. lord of birds, ep. of Garuda. in Sanskrit

pât-a manner of flying, flight; throwing oneself into (lc.); fall, into (lc.), from (ab.); cast, shot, stroke; collapse, death; falling=direction (of the eye or gaze); drop (of blood); application (of ointment, of a knife); case, possibility; entrance, ap in Sanskrit

pât-ana felling; n. causing to fall, throwing down, casting (dice); striking off or down; dandasya --, infliction of the rod, chastisement; garbhasya -, causing a miscarriage; î-ya, fp. to be cast or shot at (lc.). in Sanskrit

pát-ana flying, flight; flying or falling down, descent, fall, from (ab.), into (lc. or --°); casting oneself (into, --°), prostration (at, --°); hanging down, flaccidity (of the breasts); fall, ruin; getting into (lc.): -sîla, a. accustomed to fall down. in Sanskrit

pât-ana ripping or cutting up; cleaving; rending; bursting open; -anîya, fp. to be torn to pieces. in Sanskrit

pat-at flying; m. bird. in Sanskrit

pat-áya √1. pat, P. fly along; Â. strike down. â, fly to. vi, P. open (int.). in Sanskrit

pat-i cloth; -ikâ, f. woven stuff. in Sanskrit

pát-i owner, master, lord, ruler; husband. in Sanskrit

pat-î strip of cloth; stage curtain: -kshepa, m. drawing aside the curtain (on the stage): e-na pra-vis, enter the stage hurriedly. in Sanskrit

pât-in flying; alighting on (lc.); falling or sinking, in (--°); --°, arising, appearing (cloud); causing to or letting fall, felling, throwing down (--°). in Sanskrit

pat-îra sandal-tree; sieve. in Sanskrit

pat-ita √1. pat; n. flight: -vritta, pp. living as an outcast; -sâvitrîka, a. having neglected the Sâvitrî, i. e. having omitted investiture with the sacred cord; -sthita, pp. lying on the ground; -̮utthita, pp. shipwrecked and rescued. in Sanskrit

pat-îyas very skilful in (--°); well suited for (lc. or --°). in Sanskrit

pát-man path, course. in Sanskrit

pát-n-î mistress, lady; wife; female of animals: -ka, --° a. id.; -vat, a. possessed of a wife or wives; accompanied by his wife; -saNla, n., â, f. shed on the sacrificial ground for the wives and domestic rites of the sacrificers. in Sanskrit

pat-tana town. in Sanskrit

pat-tí pedestrian; foot-soldier: -karman, n. business of the infantry. in Sanskrit

pat-tra wing; feather (also of an arrow); vehicle (car, horse, or camel); (plumage of a tree), leaf, petal; leaf prepared for writing on (-m âropaya=put on paper); letter, document; foil of metal; ornamental leaf painted with (--°): -ka(ikâ)=pattra --° a. in Sanskrit

pat-u sharp; dazzling; shrill, clear (sound); acute; clever, dexterous, skilful; skilled in, fitted for (lc.); intense, fierce, violent; -karana, a. having sound organs; -tâ, f., -tva, n. keenness (of sight); cleverness, dexterity, skill; craft; -mati, a. in Sanskrit

pát-van (r-î) flying; n. flight. in Sanskrit

pâta section; musical performance(?): -ka, m. divider, render. in Sanskrit

pata woven stuff, (piece of) cloth; garment; veil, screen; canvas (for writing or painting on); picture (--°). in Sanskrit

pata-bhâksha spying instrument; -mandapa, m. tent; -maya, n. (made of canvas), tent. in Sanskrit

pata-ha [striking or sounding on a membrane], drum, kettle-drum, tabor: -m bhramaya, dâ, or dâpaya, proclaim by beat of drum; -ghoshaka, m. one who proclaims publicly by beat of drum; -ghosha- nâ, f. public proclamation by beat of drum: -m dâ or bhramaya, in Sanskrit

pata-la î, f.); n. cover, veil; basket, hive; m. n. strip; section (of a book); n. (also î, f.) heap, multitude; m. diseased membrane on the eye, cataract: -ka, m. n. cover; casket. in Sanskrit

páta-tra wing; feather. in Sanskrit

pata-vâsa scented powder; -vesman, n. tent. in Sanskrit

patad-graha (catching what falls), spittoon. in Sanskrit

patâk-in bearing a flag; m. ensign-bearer; flag; car: -î, f. army. in Sanskrit

pâtak-kara thief, robber. in Sanskrit

patak-kara thief, robber; n. (?) worn-out garment, rag. in Sanskrit

patâkâ flag, banner: -m labh, carry off the palm among (lc.); episode in a drama; -̮amsuka, n. flag; -danda, m. flagstaff. in Sanskrit

pâtal-i-man pale-red, rose colour. in Sanskrit

pâtal-in furnished with trumpetflowers. in Sanskrit

pâtala pale-red; m. pale-red, rose colour; the tree bearing the trumpet-flower (Bignonia suaveolens): â, f. id.; n. and f. the trumpet-flower; (a)-kîta, m. kind of insect. in Sanskrit

pâtâla under-world (conceived as a subterranean cavity or city inhabited by serpents or demons); one of the seven hells; -ketu, m. N. of a prince of the Daityas; -tala, n. bottom of hell: -m yâtu, let it go to hell. in Sanskrit

pâtalâ-vat-î Durgâ; N. of a river. in Sanskrit

pâtala-ya P. colour pale-red. in Sanskrit

pâtala̮upala ruby. in Sanskrit

pâtali î) trumpet-flower tree (Bignonia suaveolens): î, f. N. of a town; N. of a princess; (i)-ka, n. N. of a town (=Pâtaliputra). in Sanskrit

pâtali-putra Palibothra of the Greeks, near the modern Patna at the old confluence of the Sone and Ganges; m. pl. the inhabitants of Pâtaliputra: -ka, n. id., -nâmadheya, a. named Pâtaliputra. in Sanskrit

pâtam-ga (î) peculiar to the moth; brown. in Sanskrit

patam-gá flying; m. bird; winged insect; grasshopper, butterfly; esp. moth; sun: -kânta, (pp.) m. sun-stone; -grâma, m. N. of a village. in Sanskrit

patam-gama moth. in Sanskrit

patamga-rá bird-like. in Sanskrit

patamga-vritti behaviour of the moth, height of folly; a. behaving like a moth, extremely foolish. in Sanskrit

patan-îya leading to a loss of caste; n. crime producing loss of caste. in Sanskrit

pâtañgala composed by Patañgali; m. follower of the Yoga system of Patañgali; n. the Yoga system of Patañgali; the Mahâbhâshya of Patañgali. in Sanskrit

patatr-in winged, flying; m. bird; arrow. in Sanskrit

pâtav-á acuteness; skill, cleverness, in (lc.); precipitation in (--°); -ika, a. clever, crafty. in Sanskrit

pata̮anta hem of a garment. in Sanskrit

pâta̮utpâta falls and rises, ups and downs. in Sanskrit

pate in Sanskrit

path in Sanskrit

pâth-a recital; study; text; reading (of a text): -ka, m. reciter, reader; student; scholar, teacher (of, --°); -na, n. instructing; -vat, a. learned, erudite. in Sanskrit

path-a way, road, path (--°). in Sanskrit

path-ana reciting; studying, reading; mentioning; -anîya, fp. to be read. in Sanskrit

pâth-in having studied, conversant with (--°). in Sanskrit

path-ya (relating to or fit for the way or progress of a thing), customary, regular; proper, suitable; salutary; advantageous; ẫ, f. path, way: -- revátî, bounteous path, personified as genius of plenty. in Sanskrit

patha̮atithi traveller. in Sanskrit

patha̮upadesaka guide (Pr.). in Sanskrit

pâtheya victuals for a journey (pathi): -vat, a. having anything as provisions for the journey, victualed with (--°). in Sanskrit

pathi-ka wanderer, traveller: -sârtha, m. company of travellers. in Sanskrit

pathi-krít preparing the way; -mat, a. containing the word ʻpáth;ʼ -rákshi, a. guarding the paths. in Sanskrit

pathita-siddha taking effect as soon as repeated. in Sanskrit

pathi̮asana victuals for the journey; -̮âsin, a. eating wholesome diet; -̮odana, m. id. in Sanskrit

pâtho-ga (water-born), lotus (flower); -gin-î, f. lotus (plant); -da or -dhara, m. cloud; -dhi, -nâtha, -nidhi, m. ocean. in Sanskrit

paths in Sanskrit

pati-tvá matrimony, wedlock; -darsana-lâlasa, a. desirous of seeing her husband; -devatâ, a. f. making a god of --, idolizing her husband; -dharma, m. duty to a husband; -prânâ, a. f. whose life is her husband; -laṅghana, n. conjugal infidelity in a wife; in Sanskrit

patient in Sanskrit

patim-varâ one who chooses her own husband. in Sanskrit

pâtit-ya loss of rank or caste. in Sanskrit

pâtivrat-ya conjugal fidelity. in Sanskrit

patola cucumber (Trichosanthes dioeca); m. the plant. in Sanskrit

pâtr-in having a drinking vessel; carrying an alms-bowl. in Sanskrit

pâtra-ya P. use as a drinking vessel. in Sanskrit

patt-ikâ plate, tablet; bandage, strip of cloth. in Sanskrit

patta [pattra] tablet, plate (for writing or painting on); strip of cloth, bandage; frontlet, diadem; cloth; -ka, m. board; plate (for inscription); bandage; n. document (inscribed on a plate); -karma-kara, m. weaver; -karman, n. weaving; -ga, n. kind of in Sanskrit

patta-nivasana townsman. in Sanskrit

patta-va cloth. in Sanskrit

patta-vastra cloth garment; -sâlâ, f. tent; -̮amsuka, n. kind of garment (Pr.). in Sanskrit

pattâ-ya Â. resemble a tablet of (--°). in Sanskrit

pattana town. in Sanskrit

patta̮upâdhyâya engraver of documents (grants etc.). in Sanskrit

pattern of sword in Sanskrit

pattisa sharp-edged spear; weapon with three points. in Sanskrit

pattr-ikâ leaf for writing on; letter, note; document. in Sanskrit

pattr-in winged; feathered, with (--°); m. bird; arrow. in Sanskrit

pattra̮ûrna bleached silk; cloth or garment of bleached silk. in Sanskrit

PATYA 2. PAT. in Sanskrit

pauganda boyish; n. boyhood (age between 5 and 10). in Sanskrit

paukkha being on the tail, caudal. in Sanskrit

paulastya relating to or descended from Pulasti or Pulastya; m. pat. descendant of Pulasti or Pulastya, ep. of Kubera and of Râvana; moon. in Sanskrit

pauloma relating to or treating of Pulomâ; m. pl. a class of demons: î, f. pat. of the wife of Indra: -vallabha, m. lover of Paulomî, ep. of Indra. in Sanskrit

paums-na human; fit for a man; n. manliness, manhood. in Sanskrit

paúms-ya manly, peculiar to men; n. manliness; manly power, courage, or deed: pl. hosts of men. in Sanskrit

paumskal-îya referring to courtesans; -ya, n. running after men. in Sanskrit

paunah-pun-ya frequent repetition. in Sanskrit

paunak-i descendant of Punaka. in Sanskrit

paunar-bhava connected with a remarried woman; m. son of a remarried woman; -bhavika, a. (î) relating to a second birth; -vasava, a. relating to the physician Punarvasu: w. yuvan, m. student of medicine; -vâkika, a. pleonastic, redundant. in Sanskrit

paunar-ukt-ya repetition; tautology. in Sanskrit

paundarîka made of lotuses; m. a certain Soma sacrifice lasting eleven days. in Sanskrit

paundra Bhîshma's conch: pl. the Paundras, a people; sg. prince of the Paundras; n. sectarian mark: -ka, m. pl. N. of a people=Paundra; sg. prince of the Paundras; a mixed caste; n. sectarian mark (--°). in Sanskrit

paur-ika townsman, citizen. in Sanskrit

paura urban; m. townsman, citizen: -kanyâ, f. maiden of the city; -gana, m. townsfolk, citizens; -gânapada, m. pl. citizens and country-folk. in Sanskrit

paura-mukhya chief man of the city; -rukideva, m. N.; -loka, m. sg. & pl. townsmen, citizens. in Sanskrit

paura-sakhya friendship or equality of fellow-citizens. in Sanskrit

pauramdara (î) belonging or relating to Puramdara, i. e. Indra. in Sanskrit

paurâna (î) relating to past ages, ancient: i-ka, a. (î) id.; versed in ancient story. in Sanskrit

pauras-tya situated in front (puras), foremost: pl. the eastern people (= the Gaudas): -pavana, m. east wind. in Sanskrit

paurava (î) belonging to or descended from Pûru; m. descendant of Pûru: pl. race of Pûru. in Sanskrit

paura̮agra-ganya chief of the city; -̮aṅganâ, f. woman of the town, female citizen. in Sanskrit

paurna-mâsá (î) belonging or relating to or offered at full-moon; m. n. full-moon sacrifice; n. day of full-moon: î, f. night or day of full-moon. in Sanskrit

pauro-gava superintendent of a princely kitchen; -dhas-a, n. office of Purohita; -bhâg-ya, n. ill-will, envy; -hitya, n. office of Purohita. in Sanskrit

paurt-ika relating to a charitable or meritorious work. in Sanskrit

pauru-hûta relating to Puruhûta or Indra. in Sanskrit

paurush-eya (î) made by, derived from or relating to men; derived from the soul; n. human effort: -tva, n. human origin. in Sanskrit

paurush-ya relating to Purusha; n. manly deed, valour. in Sanskrit

paurushá (î) human; manly; belonging or relating to Purusha; m. man's load; n. manhood; manliness; manly courage, vigour, or deed, valour, prowess; force (opp. intellect); length of a man; generation; membrum virile. in Sanskrit

paurv-ika (î) prior, previous, former, ancient. in Sanskrit

paurva-ka derived from ancestors, inherited; ancient; -kâl-ya, n. priority; -deh-ika (or -daih-ika), a. relating to or derived from a former existence; performed in a former life. in Sanskrit

paurva̮apar-ya relation between prior and posterior, succession; -̮ahn-ika, a. (î) relating to the forenoon. in Sanskrit

pausha (î) relating to the time when the moon is in the asterism Pushya; m. a month, December-January; î, f. night or day of full-moon in the month Pausha. in Sanskrit

paushkal-ya complete development, full strength. in Sanskrit

paushkara (î) relating to the blue lotus. in Sanskrit

paushná (î) belonging, relating, or sacred to Pûshan; relating to the sun; n. the lunar asterism Revatî. in Sanskrit

paushpa (î) coming from or made of flowers; -ketava, a. relating to the god of love (Pushpa-ketu). in Sanskrit

paushti-ka (î) relating to or furthering prosperity or growth; furthering (g.). in Sanskrit

paushya relating to the asterism Pushya. in Sanskrit

pauti-nâsik-ya affliction of a foul-smelling nose. in Sanskrit

pautr-î granddaughter. in Sanskrit

pautr-in having a grandson. in Sanskrit

paútra (î) relating to or proceeding from a son or children; m. son of a son, grandson: -ka, m. id. in Sanskrit

pautrik-eya son of a daughter adopted instead of a son: -vat, a. having a grandson by an adopted daughter. in Sanskrit

pâv-aká (√pû) pure, clear; bright; purifying; m. a certain Agni; fire; Agni: -vat, a. ep. of an Agni; (á)-varna, a. brightcoloured; (a)-sokis, a. brightly shining. in Sanskrit

páv-amâna √pû; m. wind; god of wind; N. of a certain Agni or of a son of Agni; N. of certain stotras sung by the Sâmagas at the Gyotishtoma sacrifice: -vat, a. accompanied by the Pavamâna stotra; -sakha, m. (friend of the wind), fire; -̮uktha, n. series o in Sanskrit

pâv-ana (î) purifying, sanctifying; pure, holy; m. a kind of fire; n. purification, sanctification; means of purifying. in Sanskrit

páv-ana (purifier), wind, breeze, air; god of wind; vital air; breath; domestic (sacred) fire; n. instrument for purifying, winnowing-fan; whisk; sieve, strainer; potter's kiln; -kshipta, pp. tempest-tossed; -gava, m. (swift as the wind), N. of a horse; - in Sanskrit

pav-í tire of a wheel; metal tip of a spear or arrow; iron band on Soma-stone; thunderbolt. in Sanskrit

pav-í-tra means of purifying; sieve, (Soma) strainer; blade of sacrificial grass; purificatory text; a. purifying, pure, beneficent; sanctified by (--°): -ka, n. small sieve; (two) blades of Kusa grass (--°, a.); vessel in which an honorific gift is prese in Sanskrit

pâvak-i son of Fire, Skanda. in Sanskrit

pâvamâná relating to Agni Pavamâna or the Soma which is being puri fied by a strainer: î, f. gnly. pl. Soma hymns (esp. in RV., mandala IX). in Sanskrit

pâvara dvâpara). in Sanskrit

pavitr-in purifying; pure. in Sanskrit

pavítra-vat possessed of a means of purification, a strainer or blades of Kusa grass; purifying, cleansing. in Sanskrit

pavitra-ya P. purify, cleanse: pp. ita, purified, sanctified, blessed. in Sanskrit

pavitra̮âropana investiture of Krishna's effigy with the sacred cord, a certain festival; -̮ârohana, n. id. in Sanskrit

pay attention in Sanskrit

páy-as [√2. pî] juice, fluid; vital sap, strength; milk; water; rain. in Sanskrit

paya [h]̮ushnî (milk-warm). in Sanskrit

pâya-ka (ikâ) drinking. in Sanskrit

payah-pâna drinking or draught of milk; -pûra, m. quantity of water. in Sanskrit

pâyas-a made of milk; m. n. milkrice: -dagdha, pp. scalded by milk-porridge. in Sanskrit

páyas-vat juicy, full of sap; abounding in milk. in Sanskrit

payas-vin cow yielding abundance of milk. in Sanskrit

payas-ya made from milk; ẫ, f. clotted milk, curds. in Sanskrit

payo-da yielding milk; water-giving; m. cloud; -dhara, m. (water-bearing), id.; (milk-yielding), female breast; udder: î-bhû, become an udder. in Sanskrit

payo-dhârâ shower of water; -dhi, m. water reservoir; sea; -nidhi, m. sea; -bhrit, m. (water-bearing), cloud; -maya, a. consisting of water; -mukha, a. having milk on the surface; -muk, a. yielding milk; m. (water-discharging), cloud; -raya, m. torrent; - in Sanskrit

payodhara̮unnati high bosom and rise of clouds. in Sanskrit

pâ̮anîya drinkable; n. drink; water: -varsha, m. or n. (?) downpour of water, rain; -̮artham, ad. for the sake of water. in Sanskrit

pâ◡́ana drinking (esp. of strong drink); draught; sipping (the lips); beverage, drink: -ka, m. n. beverage, drink; -pa, a. drinking intoxicating liquors; -pâtra, n. drinking vessel, cup (esp. for spirituous liquor); -bhû or -bhûmi, f. drinking-place or ro in Sanskrit

pe-ya to be drunk or imbibed; drinkable; that can be tasted; delectable to (e. g. the ear); m. libation; n. drinking, draught (--°, V.); drink. in Sanskrit

peace in Sanskrit

peaceful in Sanskrit

peacock in Sanskrit

peacock feather in Sanskrit

pearl in Sanskrit

pearls in Sanskrit

pearls or released in Sanskrit

peas in Sanskrit

peasant in Sanskrit

pebbles in Sanskrit

pedâ basket. in Sanskrit

peka-ka owl; root of an elephant's tail. in Sanskrit

pela-va soft, tender, delicate; too delicate for (--°): -pushpa-pattrin, a. having delicate flowers as arrows. in Sanskrit

penance in Sanskrit

penance-doers in Sanskrit

pencil in Sanskrit

pendulum in Sanskrit

people in Sanskrit

people who are worthy of giving asylum in Sanskrit

per-ú [√2. pri] passing through; leading through, delivering. in Sanskrit

perfect in Sanskrit

perfect beings in Sanskrit

perfect illusion in Sanskrit

perfect one in Sanskrit

perfect peace in Sanskrit

perfection in Sanskrit

perfectly befooled in Sanskrit

perfectly done in Sanskrit

perfectly protected in Sanskrit

perfectly satiated in Sanskrit

perforce in Sanskrit

perform in Sanskrit

performance in Sanskrit

performance of yajna in Sanskrit

performances in Sanskrit

performing in Sanskrit

performs' puuja' in Sanskrit

perishable in Sanskrit

perl in Sanskrit

permanent in Sanskrit

permanently in Sanskrit

permitted in Sanskrit

permitter in Sanskrit

perpetually engaged in Sanskrit

perplexed in Sanskrit

person in Sanskrit

person conversant with the vedas in Sanskrit

person glowing with in Sanskrit

person holding arrow in hand in Sanskrit

person who builds houses in Sanskrit

person with crown in Sanskrit

person with knotted hair in Sanskrit

person with maces in Sanskrit

personal mental attributes in Sanskrit

personal opulences in Sanskrit

personality in Sanskrit

persons in Sanskrit

persons conversant with the Vedas in Sanskrit

persons endowed with beautiful appearance in Sanskrit

persons who do not know the value of life in Sanskrit

persons with in Sanskrit

persons with a poor fund of knowledge in Sanskrit

pertaining to Narasimha in Sanskrit

pertaining to Tantra in Sanskrit

pertaining to the body in Sanskrit

pertaining to the three modes of material nature in Sanskrit

perturbed in Sanskrit

pervaded in Sanskrit

pervading in Sanskrit

perverse in Sanskrit

pes-a [√pis] ornament. in Sanskrit

pés-ana (î) well-formed; decorated, beautiful. in Sanskrit

pés-as form, figure; artistic figure, ornament, embroidery; embroidered garment. in Sanskrit

pes-î lump of flesh or meat; muscle; kind of drum. in Sanskrit

pesa-lá artistically fashioned, decorated; beautiful, charming, lovely; tender; refined; skilful, dexterous, clever, ingenious; n. beauty, charm: -tva, n. dexterity, skill; -̮aksha, a. lovely-eyed: -tâ, f. abst. n. in Sanskrit

pesas-kârin wasp; -kârî, f. female embroiderer; -krit, m. hand (as a fashioner); wasp. in Sanskrit

pesh-a (î) crushing, grinding (--°); m. id. (--° with object or instrument); -aka, m., -ikâ, f. crusher, grinder (--°); -ana, n. crushing, grinding: -m yâ, be crushed; -anî, f. grindstone; -tri, m. crusher, grinder; -tra, n. bone; -ya, fp. to be ground to in Sanskrit

pestle in Sanskrit

peta (?), â, î, f. basket, casket. in Sanskrit

peta-ka little basket, casket; n. multitude, company, flock: -m -kri, band themselves together. in Sanskrit

pettâla (?) basket: -ka, n. (?) id. in Sanskrit

petty in Sanskrit

pétva ram; wether. in Sanskrit

peyûsha (?) cow's biestings; nectar. in Sanskrit

phakkikâ provisional statement, thesis to be proved; T. of a commentary. in Sanskrit

phál-a â or î) fruit (esp. of a tree); kernel of a fruit (rare); fruit=consequence, effect, result; reward, recompense, advantage; retribution, punishment, loss, disadvantage; gain, enjoyment; compensation; result of a calculation, produet, quotient etc. in Sanskrit

phal-ita √phal; -itavya, fp. n. fruit should be borne by (in.); -ín, a. bearing or yielding fruit, fruitful; reaping advantage (V.); iron-headed (arrow); m. fruit-tree: -î, f. a. plant. in Sanskrit

phala-ha-ka board, plank; -hîna, pp. destitute of fruit and paying no wages. in Sanskrit

phalâ-ya Â. be the reward or consequence of (--°). in Sanskrit

phala̮âgama advent of fruit, i. e. time when the fruit is ripe, autumn; -̮âdhya, a. rich in (=thickly bestrewn with) fruit; -̮anubandha, m. consequences of (--°). in Sanskrit

phala̮arthin desirous of fruits; -̮âsin, a. subsisting on fruit; -̮âhâra, a. id. in Sanskrit

phala̮itara (?) no fruit: -tâ, f. absence of fruit. in Sanskrit

phala̮utprekshâ simile; -̮udaya, m. appearance of consequences, retribution, recompense, punishment, for (g., lc., --°); attainment of success; -̮udgama, m. development of fruit; -̮udbhava, a. obtained from fruit; -̮unmukha, a. on the point of yielding fr in Sanskrit

phale-grahi bearing fruit; successful. in Sanskrit

phalgú-prâsaha having little strength. in Sanskrit

phâlguná (î) belonging to the lunar mansion Phalgunî; m. month of which the full moon is in the asterism Phalgunî (February-March); ep. of Arguna; n. kind of grass used as a substitute for the Soma plant; N. of a place of pilgrimage: î, f. day of full moo in Sanskrit

phálguna (î) reddish, red: î, f. N. of a double lunar mansion (pûrvâ and uttarâ); a-ka, m. N. of a people (pl.); N. in Sanskrit

phalî-kárana cleansing of grain; m. pl. chaff (of rice) or smallest grains (according to commentator); -kri, cleanse grain from chaff; -bhû, obtain a reward. in Sanskrit

phan-á froth (V.); stick shaped like a serpent's hood; m. nostril; hood of a serpent (ordinary mg.): -dhara, m. hooded serpent; snake: -dhara, m. ep. of Siva; -bhrit, m. (hooded) snake; -vat, a. hooded (serpent); m. hooded snake; serpent. in Sanskrit

phan-â nostril; hood of a serpent: -bhrit, a. hooded (serpent); -vat, m. hooded snake; kind of genius. in Sanskrit

phan-í serpent (only g. pl.): -kanyâ, f. serpent maiden; -in, m. hooded snake; serpent; ep. of Râhu and of Patañgali. in Sanskrit

phani-nâyaka chief of the serpents, ep. of Vâsuki; -pati, m. chief of snakes, gigantic serpent; lord of serpents, ep. of Sesha; ep. of Patañgali; -bhâshita-bhâshya̮abdhi or -bhâshya̮abdhi, m. ocean of comments uttered by Patañgali (designation of Patañgal in Sanskrit

phânita (√phan) m. n. thickened juice of the sugar-cane, syrup. in Sanskrit

phani̮indra Lord of serpents, ep. of Sesha and of Patañgali; -̮îsa, -̮îsvara, m. ep. of Patañgali. in Sanskrit

phaNl-a [render], ploughshare; kind of shovel; m.n. tuft, nosegay; m. leap; core of a citron: -krishta, pp. ploughed; growing on ploughed land; n. (?) ploughed land; m. produce of ploughed land; -̮âhata, pp. ploughed. in Sanskrit

phânta [phân(i)ta] obtained by filtered infusion; m. filtered infusion of pounded drugs with four parts of hot water; n. first particles of butter obtained by churning. in Sanskrit

PHAR [= SPHAR] pharphar-at1, scatter. in Sanskrit

phar-phar-âya Â. dart about. in Sanskrit

phatâ hood of a serpent: -̮âtopa, m. expansion of a serpent's hood. in Sanskrit

phe-rava jackal; râkshasa; -ru, m. jackal. in Sanskrit

phen-ila foaming, frothy, with (--°); m. a tree. in Sanskrit

phéna cuttle-fish bone: -ka, m. groundrice soup; -giri, m. N. of a mountain at the mouth of the Indus; -dharman, a. having the nature of foam, transient; -pa, a. froth-drinking, living on froth; -vat, a. frothy, foamy. in Sanskrit

phena phena. in Sanskrit

phenâ-ya Â. foam. in Sanskrit

phena̮âhâra subsisting on froth. in Sanskrit

phenomenon in Sanskrit

phet-kâra howl, yell. in Sanskrit

phet-kâra howl, yell; -krita, n. id.; -kârin, a. howling, yelling. in Sanskrit

phiraṅg-a belonging to the Franks, European; m. Europe; -in, m. European. in Sanskrit

phit-sûtra the Phit-sûtras, T. of a grammatical work. in Sanskrit

phobia in Sanskrit

photograph in Sanskrit

phulla (√1. phal) expanded, blown (flower); wide open, dilated (eyes); puffed, inflated (cheeks); beaming, smiling (face): -na, a. inflating (--°); -pura, n. N. of a city; -̮utpala, n. (having blooming lotuses), N. of a lake. in Sanskrit

phut kri, puff, blow; shriek, yell: -kâra, m. puffing, blowing, hissing; shriek, yell; -krita, (pp.) n. sound of wind instruments; shriek, yell; -kriti, f. blowing, hissing; blowing of a wind instrument. in Sanskrit

phuta (?) hood of a serpent: -̮âtopa, m. expansion of a serpent's hood. in Sanskrit

physics in Sanskrit

pi api. in Sanskrit

pi-dhâtavya to be covered or stopped (ears); -dhâna, n. covering; shutting; cover; lid: -vat, a. covered with a lid; -dhâyaka, a. covering, concealing (--°): -tâ, f. abst. n. in Sanskrit

pi-dhit-su wishing to conceal. in Sanskrit

pi-hita √dhâ. in Sanskrit

pî-na (√2. pî) swelling, full, round; robust, muscular; -kakudmat, a. having a fat hump; -tâ, f. fatness; -tva, n. id.; denseness (of darkness); -sroni-payodhara, a. having swelling hips and breasts. in Sanskrit

pi-pâ-s-at (√1. pâ) thirsty; -sâ, f. desire to drink, thirst: -vat, a. thirsty; -s-i-ta, des. pp. thirsty; -su, des. a. wishing to drink (ac. or --°); thirsty. in Sanskrit

pi-pat-i-shu about to fall. in Sanskrit

pi-pîl-á greatly squeezed in, very thin-waisted: √pîd], ant: -ka, m. id. in Sanskrit

pi-pl-u mole, freckle: -prakkhâdana, a. concealing the mole. in Sanskrit

pí-pr-u [√pri], N. of a demon vanquished by Indra. in Sanskrit

pî-tha draught of (--°). in Sanskrit

pî-tí drinking (ac., g.); draught. in Sanskrit

pi-tu bringing nourishment; -mát, a. accompanied by meat and drink; nourishing. in Sanskrit

pî-va fat; -van, a. (r-î) swelling, full, exuberant, fat; -vara, a. fat, large, broad (shoulders); abounding with (--°): â, f. N., -tva, n. fulness, heaviness; -vas, n. fat (V.). in Sanskrit

pî-y-uNsh-a first week's milk of a cow, biestings; cream; juice; nectar (obtained at the churning of the ocean of milk): -bhânu, m. (nectar-rayed), moon; -bhug, m. (nectar-quaffer), god; -varshâ-ya, den. Â. become a shower of nectar. in Sanskrit

piba √pâ, drink: -vat, a. containing a form of the verb pâ, drink. in Sanskrit

pichkaari in Sanskrit

pickle in Sanskrit

picture in Sanskrit

pîd-â pain, ache, suffering (in.= unwillingly); harm, disadvantage, damage; restriction; infringement, violation; eclipse: -kara, -krit, a. harmful, hurtful; -krita, (pp.) n. infliction of hurt. in Sanskrit

pîd-ana pressing, squeezing; distressing, tormenting; calamity; eclipse. in Sanskrit

pîd-ita damage. in Sanskrit

pidakâ boil, pimple, pustule. in Sanskrit

Piece in Sanskrit

piece of wood in Sanskrit

pierce in Sanskrit

piercing in Sanskrit

pig in Sanskrit

pigeon in Sanskrit

pigtail in Sanskrit

pika Indian cuckoo. in Sanskrit

pikkha tail-feather, esp. of a peacock: -ka, m. id.; i-kâ, f. bunch of peacock's tail-feathers (used by jugglers). in Sanskrit

pikkha-la slimy, lubricous, slippery. in Sanskrit

piku cotton: -manda or -marda, m. a tree (Azadirachta indica); -la, m. a tree (Tamarix indica). in Sanskrit

pill in Sanskrit

pillar in Sanskrit

pillow in Sanskrit

pilot in Sanskrit

pim-pal-â pippalâ). in Sanskrit

pínâka staff; club or bow of Siva (C.): -pâni, -bhrit, m. ep. of Siva. in Sanskrit

pînasa cold, catarrh. in Sanskrit

pîna̮âyata-kakudmat having a fat and lofty hump. in Sanskrit

pind-ikâ lump of flesh (on the shoulders, arms, or legs); pedestal of a statue. in Sanskrit

pínda lump, knob, ball; flake (of wall-plaster); morsel, mouthful= daily bread, food, livelihood; flour-ball (offered to the Manes), funeral cake; body; person, individual; material object: -ka, m. lump, ball; -khargûra, m. kind of date tree: -tas, ad. fr in Sanskrit

pinda-ya P. accumulate, unite; add together: pp. ita, made into a lump, densified; massy, solid, close; taken together, united, all together. ava, pp. fallen as globules. pari, pp. clenched. sam, heap together: pp. clenched; drawn together, contracted; un in Sanskrit

pinda-yagña sacrifice with funeral cakes; -lepa, m. what adheres to the hands from the funeral cakes (constituting an offering to the three ancestors preceding the great-grandfather); -sambandha, m. relationship entitling a man to offer the funeral oblati in Sanskrit

pinda̮upagîvin eating the bread of, i. e. supported by, another. in Sanskrit

pindî-karana clenching; -kri, make into a lump, clench; compress, densify; concentrate; identify with (saha); -bhâva, m. being compressed or clenched; -bhû, become agglomerated, be closely united; -lepa, m. kind of ointment. in Sanskrit

pineapple in Sanskrit

piṅg-a [√piñg] reddish brown, tawny: -danta, m. N. in Sanskrit

piñg-al-î bunch or tuft of stalks or grass; -ûla, n. id. in Sanskrit

piṅga-lá tawny; tawny-eyed or red-eyed; m. ep. of Siva and of a Dânava; N., esp. of a writer on metre: â, f. kind of leech; a-ka, m. Tawny, N. of a lion; i-kâ, f. N.; (a)-gândhâra, m. N. of a fairy. in Sanskrit

piñga-ra reddish yellow, tawny; bleached (of hair in old age): -tva, n. golden colour; bleached colour (of hair in old age). in Sanskrit

piṅgal-ita grown tawny-coloured; -i-man, m. tawny colour. in Sanskrit

piñgar-ika -i-man, m. tawny colour; îkri, make tawny. in Sanskrit

piñgara-ya P. colour reddish yellow (Pr.): pp. ita, coloured tawny. in Sanskrit

piṅga̮akshá (î) tawny-eyed or red-eyed; m. monkey; ep. of Agni; N. of a Daitya; -̮îsvara, m. N. of an attendant of Pârvatî. in Sanskrit

pious in Sanskrit

pious activities in Sanskrit

pip-pal-a sacred fig-tree, Peepal (Ficus religiosa); â, f. N. of a river; n. (píp-), berry, sp. the fruit of the sacred fig-tree; sensual enjoyment: -̮ada, a. eating the fruit of the Peepal tree; m. pl. a school of the AV.; î, f. berry; long pepper. in Sanskrit

pipe in Sanskrit

pipîl-ikâ in the middle like an ant: â, f. any metre the middle pâda of which is shorter than the preceding and following; â-madhya, n. ant-waist fast (beginning with fifteen mouthfuls at full moon, decreasing daily by one till new moon, and increasing si in Sanskrit

pis-á [dappled, fair], deer. in Sanskrit

pis-áṅ-ga (î) [moving brilliantly, glittering], reddish, tawny: -gata, m. N. of an ascetic (having a reddish top-knot); -tâ, f., -tva, n. reddish or tawny colour: i-ta, pp. orange-coloured; î-kri, colour reddish. in Sanskrit

pis-itá √pis; n. carved flesh, flesh (sts. pl.): -vasâ-maya, a. (î) consisting of flesh and fat; -̮âsa, m. flesh-devouring demon, Pisâka or Râkshasa; -̮asana, a. fleshdevouring; m. Pisâka or Râkshasa; -̮âsin, a., m. id. in Sanskrit

pís-una backbiting, detracting, slanderous, calumnious (person, speech); treacherous; malignant, mischievous, insidious; wicked, base, vile; --°, betraying, indicative of; m. backbiter; tale-bearer, informer, betrayer; N. of a minister of Dushyanta: -tâ, in Sanskrit

pisâka-ka (î, f.) Pisâka: -pura, n. N. of a village; -grihîta-ka, m. one possessed of a demon; -tâ, f., -tva, n. condition of a Pisâka; -pati, m. ep. of Siva; -vadana, a. having the face of a Pisâka; -̮uraga-râkshasa, m. pl. imps, serpents, and demons. in Sanskrit

pishta-pakana pan; -pasu, m. sacrificial animal made of flour; -maya, a. (î) made of flour. in Sanskrit

pishtapa vishtapa. in Sanskrit

pishta̮ata-ka (?) fragrant powder. in Sanskrit

pistle in Sanskrit

pisuna-ya P. betray, manifest: pp. ita. in Sanskrit

pit in Sanskrit

pit-sa √pat. in Sanskrit

pita (?) basket: -ka, m. n. id.; boil. in Sanskrit

pîta-kosa having sealed an alliance with a drink; -vat, a. having drunk; containing the verb pâ, drink; -̮ambara, a. wearing a yellow garment; m. ep. of KrishnaVishnu; -̮avasesha, a. (having a residue from what has been drunk), drunk up excepting a small in Sanskrit

pitâ-putrá °--, father and son; -mahá, m. paternal grandfather; ep. of Brahma: pl. ancestors, Manes (esp. remote ones); -mahî, f. maternal grandmother. in Sanskrit

pîth-in drinking, squandering (--°). in Sanskrit

pîtha stool, chair, seat, bench; base, pedestal; kind of temple (erected at the places where the limbs of Pârvatî when hewn in pieces at Daksha's sacrifice are supposed to have fallen); district, province; office: -ka, n. (?) chair, bench; -kakra, n. wagg in Sanskrit

pithara pot; pan; a-ka, m. id. in Sanskrit

pîthikâ bench; pedestal. in Sanskrit

pítr-ya paternal; ancestral; relating or sacred to the Manes; with tîrtha, n. part of the hand between thumb and forefinger sacred to the Manes; with dis, f. south. in Sanskrit

pitri-han parricide. in Sanskrit

pitri-paksha being on the father's side, paternal; -pûgana, n. worship of the Manes; -paitâmaha, a. (î) inherited from or peculiar to father and grandfather: with nâman, n. father's and grandfather's name; m. pl. or °-- (metrical for -pitâmaha), fathers a in Sanskrit

pitri-sarman -shád, a. remaining with one's parents, unmarried; dwelling with the Manes; -shvasri, f. father's sister; -sadman, n. cemetery. in Sanskrit

pitri-tarpana oblation to the Manes; -tas, ad. on the father's side; -tva, n. paternity; -deva, m. pl. the Manes and gods; certain divine beings; -devata, a. having the Manes as gods, sacred to the Manes; -devatyã, a. id.; -devatâ, f. pl. the Manes and th in Sanskrit

pitri-vya paternal uncle; elderly relative or friend. in Sanskrit

pitri-yagñá sacrifice to the Manes; -yaNna, a. trodden by or leading to the Manes; -yâna, m. path trodden by or leading to the Manes; -râga, m. king of the Manes, Yama; -loká, m. father's house; world or abode of the Manes; -vamsa, m. father's family; -va in Sanskrit

pittá bile: -̮upasrishta, pp. suffering from bile. in Sanskrit

pîtu-dâru tree; n. its resin. in Sanskrit

pîvo-rûpa having a fat appearance (Br.). in Sanskrit

pivotal region in Sanskrit

pivotal region? in Sanskrit

piyâ-la priyâla], a tree (Buchanania latifolia); n. its fruit. in Sanskrit

píyâru mocking, overbearing. in Sanskrit

pl.) in Sanskrit

place in Sanskrit

place near Calcutta in Sanskrit

place of miseries in Sanskrit

place of work in Sanskrit

place on the chest in Sanskrit

placed in transcendence in Sanskrit

placing in Sanskrit

plakshá wavy-leaved fig-tree (Ficus infectoria): (a)-prasravana, -râga, m. N. of a locality where the Sarasvatî rises; -sravana, n. id. in Sanskrit

plan in Sanskrit

plane in Sanskrit

planet in Sanskrit

Planet in both its Rashi and navaa.nsha sign giving it SwakShetra-like strength. Also a combination that produces a Yoga in Sanskrit

Planet in its own sign in Sanskrit

Planetary Significator which remain the same for all houses in Sanskrit

Planetary spreadsheet of points used in transits and predictions in Sanskrit

planetary systems in Sanskrit

Planetary War in Sanskrit

Planets on one side of the Nodal Axis of Rahu-Ketu in Sanskrit

Planets that are slothful - Waning Moon in Sanskrit

planets that are slothful - waning moon, saturn, rahu, ketu and mercury in Sanskrit

plaNksha relating or belonging to the wavy-leaved fig-tree (Ficus infectoria). in Sanskrit

planning in Sanskrit

plaNsu-ka [=pra̮âsu-ka] rapidly growing up again. in Sanskrit

plantain in Sanskrit

plâsí one of the intestines. in Sanskrit

plastering person in Sanskrit

plâta son of Plati. in Sanskrit

plate in Sanskrit

plâv-a [√plu] flowing over; leaping; -ana, n. ablution, bathing; filling to overflowing (for the purification of fluids); protracted pronunciation of a vowel; -ayitri, m. ferryman; -ita, cs. pp. √plu; n. inundation, deluge; -in, a. spreading, divulging (- in Sanskrit

plav-á [√plu] swimming, floating; inclined or sloping, towards (--°); transient; m. n. boat, skiff; m. kind of duck (Kârandava); swimming; bathing; overflowing of a river, flood; leaping, bound: -ga, m. (moving by leaps), frog; monkey: -̮indra, m. Lord of in Sanskrit

plav-ana inclined or sloping towards (--°); n. swimming; bathing, in (--°); flying; leaping, over (--°); trotting (of horses). in Sanskrit

plav-ita swimming or leaping; -itri, m. one who leaps (with g. of distance). in Sanskrit

plava-m-ga moving by leaps, ep. of fire; m. monkey, ape; -gama, m. frog; ape, monkey. in Sanskrit

plava-vat as with a boat; a. possessing a boat. in Sanskrit

play in Sanskrit

playing in Sanskrit

playing cards in Sanskrit

plays in Sanskrit

pleasable in Sanskrit

pleasant in Sanskrit

pleasant to mind in Sanskrit

please explain in Sanskrit

please keep in Sanskrit

please maintain and cultivate in Sanskrit

please tell in Sanskrit

pleased in mind in Sanskrit

pleasing one another in Sanskrit

pleasing to the heart in Sanskrit

pleasurable in Sanskrit

pleasure in Sanskrit

pleasure-loving age in Sanskrit

pleṅkhá swing. in Sanskrit

plentiful in Sanskrit

plentitude in Sanskrit

plenty in Sanskrit

plîh-â spleen: -̮udara, n. disease of the spleen; -̮udarin, a. suffering from disease of the spleen. in Sanskrit

plih-an spleen. in Sanskrit

plosh-a burning, combustion, conflagration; -ana, a. burning, scorching (--°); -in, a. id. (--°); m. scorcher (--°). in Sanskrit

plot in Sanskrit

plota cloth, bandage, rag. in Sanskrit

plowing in Sanskrit

plu-ta leap, bound: -gati, f. moving by leaps. in Sanskrit

plu-ti overflowing, inundation, flood; protracted pronunciation of a vowel, prolation; leap, bound. in Sanskrit

plunge in Sanskrit

plural in Sanskrit

plus in Sanskrit

plutocracy in Sanskrit

po-trá Soma-vessel of the Potri; office of the Potri; boar's snout: (a)-ka, m. N. in Sanskrit

pocket in Sanskrit

poet in Sanskrit

poetry in Sanskrit

poganda not full grown; m. boy. in Sanskrit

point in Sanskrit

pointer in Sanskrit

poison in Sanskrit

poison-like in Sanskrit

policeman in Sanskrit

policewoman in Sanskrit

political party in Sanskrit

politics in Sanskrit

poll in Sanskrit

polyschematic in Sanskrit

pomegranate in Sanskrit

pompous ceremonies in Sanskrit

pond in Sanskrit

ponytail in Sanskrit

porcupine in Sanskrit

Porter in Sanskrit

portrait in Sanskrit

pósh-a thriving, prosperity; development, increase; abundance, wealth; nourishing, nurture, rearing. in Sanskrit

posh-aka nourishing, breeding, rearing; m. nourisher, breeder; -ana, a. cherishing, favouring (--°); n. nurture, maintenance, cultivation (of trees, of the senses); -anîya, fp. to be nourished; -ayitnú, a. causing to thrive (ac.); -ayishnú, a. beneficial; in Sanskrit

possessing or controlling in Sanskrit

possessiveness in Sanskrit

post in Sanskrit

post office in Sanskrit

post or send in Sanskrit

postage stamp in Sanskrit

posting in Sanskrit

postings in Sanskrit

postman in Sanskrit

posture-stood in Sanskrit

postures especially with hands and face in Sanskrit

postures) in Sanskrit

pot-ikâ cloth, garment. in Sanskrit

pota young of an animal (only --° with names of animals); young shoot, young -- (only --° with names of plants); m. n. vessel, ship, bark, boat: -ka, m. young of an animal; young tree (--°); -tva, n. condition of a boat or ship. in Sanskrit

pota-plava boatman; -banig, m. voyaging merchant; -bhaṅga, m. shipwreck; -̮âdhâna, n. fry (of fish). in Sanskrit

potâsa camphor. in Sanskrit

potha blow, with (--°). in Sanskrit

potî straight gut. in Sanskrit

potion to cause immortality in Sanskrit

potr-in wild boar. in Sanskrit

potr-îya belonging or relating to the Potri. in Sanskrit

potter in Sanskrit

poverty in Sanskrit

power in Sanskrit

powerful in Sanskrit

powers in Sanskrit

pr.n in Sanskrit

pra-bâdha-ka repelling, keep ing off (--°); -bâdhana, n. repelling, keeping off; harassing, tormenting; -bâdhin, a. harassing, tormenting (--°); -bâla, v. -vâla; -bâhu, m. lower arm; -baNhuk, ad. in line. in Sanskrit

pra-bhaN (shining forth), splendour, brightness, light; brilliancy, radiant beauty: often --° a. (a) radiant like: -kara, m. sun; N.: du. sun and moon: -deva, m. N., -vardhana, m. N. of a prince, -varman, m. N. of a minister, -svâmin, m. N. of a temple of in Sanskrit

pra-bhaṅgá breaker, crusher; crushing, destruction; -bhaṅgín, a. breaking, crushing, destroying; -bhañgana, a. id.; m. storm, tempest, hurricane; wind; god of wind; n. breaking; -bhadraka, a. extremely handsome; n. a metre; combination of four slokas cont in Sanskrit

pra-bheda cutting through, piercing, division; opening of the temples of elephants during rut; separation, distinction, difference; species, kind; -bhedana, a. (--°) cleaving, piercing; -bhramsin, a. falling down; -bhrashta-sîla, a. of fallen character, i in Sanskrit

pra-bhinna √bhid; m. elephant in rut. in Sanskrit

pra-bhrithá offering. in Sanskrit

prá-bhriti offering (of praise or sacrifice); throw, stroke, blow; beginning: --° a. having as its beginning=beginning with, and the remainder, and so forth (±an accompanying substantive in the pl.); ad. --° or immediately following an ad. in -tas or an a in Sanskrit

pra-bhû -bhu; -bhûta, pp. much, abundant: -tâ, f. quantity, plenty, large number, -tva, n. id., -yavasa̮indhana, a. abounding in meadow-grass and fuel, -vayas, a. of advanced years, aged, -sas, ad. frequently; (á)-bhûti, (V.) f. origin; violence; sufficie in Sanskrit

pra-bodha awaking; revival, recovery of consciousness; awaking=opening of flowers; manifestation, appearance (of intelligence); waking, wakefulness; knowledge, understanding, intelligence; awakening (tr.); restoration of an evaporated scent; friendly admo in Sanskrit

pra-buddha awake, wide awake; awakened: -tâ, f. enlightenment, wisdom; -búdh, a. watchful; f. awaking; -budha, m. great sage. in Sanskrit

pra-da --°) giving, granting, bestowing; yielding; furnishing; uttering, pronouncing; causing, producing; -dakshi- na, a. moving to the right; standing or being on the right; auspicious, favourable, prosperous; turning one's right hand to any one, respect in Sanskrit

pra-dakshina-ya P. walk round from left to right or from east to west. in Sanskrit

pra-dakshinít in such a manner that one's right side is turned towards an object; -dakshinî-kri, turn one's right side towards (ac.), walk round (ac.) from left to right; -dakshinena, in. ad. from left to right; towards the south; -dagdhavya, fp. to be bu in Sanskrit

pra-dâtavya to be given or bestowed; -- given in marriage; -- delivered or restored; -- granted; -- allowed; -- placed in (lc.); -dâtrí, m. giver, bestower (often --° with the object, exceptionally with the recipient); giver of a girl in marriage; imparte in Sanskrit

pra-deya to be given, bestowed, or offered, to (--° or d.); -- given in marriage, marriageable (f.); -- imparted (news, doctrine) or taught, to (d. or --°); -- initiated or instructed in (lc.); m. present; -desa, m. designation, reference; determination, in Sanskrit

pra-dhâna (that which is put forward), important or chief thing, object, or person; essential, best, or most important part, head (°-- =principal, chief, head); chaos, unevolved nature; supreme or universal soul; --° a. having at the head or as the chief in Sanskrit

pra-dhána prize of the contest; contest, battle; best of one's goods, valuables: -̮âghâtaka, a. setting a contest on foot, -̮aṅgana, n. battle-field; -dharsha, m. assault (--°); -dharsha-ka, a. (--°) wronging, violating (another man's wife); -dharshana, a in Sanskrit

pra-dhâvana ablution. in Sanskrit

pra-dhí [outer setting: √dhâ], felly (of a wheel); disc (of the moon); -dhura, n. tip of the pole; -dhrishti, f. subjugation; -dhrishya, fp. assailable (--°). in Sanskrit

pra-dhyâna reflexion, absorption; -dhvamsa, m. annihilation, destruction; disappearance (of a disease); -dhvámsana, a. destroying; m. destroyer; -dhvamsa̮abhâva, m. (non-existence in consequence of annihilation), cessation of existence; -dhvamsin, a. peri in Sanskrit

pra-dîdhyâna radiant; -dîpa, m. lamp; fig.=ornament, of (--°); often --° in the titles of explanatory works= commentary: -ka, m., i-kâ, f. (little) lamp; small commentary; -dîpana, a. inflaming; m. kind of poison; n. kindling; -dîpâ-ya, den. Â. represent in Sanskrit

pra-ditsu intending to give (ac.); -div, 1. f. (nm. -dyaús) third and uppermost heaven (in which the fathers dwell); also the fifth of seven heavens; -dív, 2. a. of former days, long existing, ancient: ab. from of old, ever; -dís, f. indication, guidance, in Sanskrit

pra-drava fluid; -drânaka, a. poverty-stricken; -drâvin, a. fugitive. in Sanskrit

prâ-dúr [out of doors] as and bhû, become manifest, appear, reveal oneself; arise; resound; with kri, manifest, reveal; cause to appear, make to blaze (fire). in Sanskrit

pra-dvâr space in front of the door or gate; -dvâra, n. id.; -dvesha, m. aversion, dislike, of (g., lc., --°); enmity, hatred: -na, n. hating. in Sanskrit

pra-dyumna (Mighty), god of love; the pleasant (=kâma); intellect (=manas); N.; N. of a mtn.; N. of a river: -pura, n. N. of a city; -dyotá, m. flashing forth, radiance, light; N. of a Yaksha and of various kings; -dyotin, a. illustrating, explaining (--° in Sanskrit

pra-gâgara watching, waking: m. watchman; watching, waking; waking up (int.); -gâgarana, n. waking, sleeplessness. in Sanskrit

pra-gama advance of love in courtship; -gardhín, a. hastening onwards (RV.); -galbha, 1. den. Â. be courageous or resolute; be capable of (lc.), be able to (inf.); 2. a. bold, intrepid, resolute, confident; mature (age): -kulâla, m. dexterous potter, -tâ, in Sanskrit

pra-gaN procreation, propagation, birth; offspring, progeny, family, descendants; creature; folk, people, subjects (of a prince): -kâma, a. desirous of offspring; m. desire of offspring. in Sanskrit

pra-gana procreation, impregnation; parturition; m. procreator; -gánana, a. generating, procreative; n. impregnation; parturition, procreation; birth, propagation; production, of (--°); genital member; progeny, children; -gaya, m. victory; -galpa, m. conv in Sanskrit

prá-gâti procreation, parturition, propagation, birth; procreative energy: -kâma, a. desirous of propagation; -mat, a. (verse) containing words relating to procreation. in Sanskrit

pra-ge [in the foregoing time] early in the morning: -tana, a. matutinal. in Sanskrit

pra-ghana [√han] space outside the door of a house; -gharsha, m. friction; -ghâna, m. = -ghana; -ghosha, m. sound, noise. in Sanskrit

pra-gihîrshu about to strike; -gîvana, n. livelihood, maintenance; -gîvin, m. N. of a minister of the crow-king Meghavarna. in Sanskrit

pra-gñâ information; discrimination, judgment, intelligence, understanding; wisdom, knowledge; purpose, resolve: -gupta, pp. protected by wisdom; -kakshus, n. eye of understanding; a. seeing with the eye of understanding; having understanding in place of in Sanskrit

pra-gña intelligent; knowing, acquainted with (--°): (á)-tâ, f. knowledge; -gñapti, f. instruction, information; kind of magic art personified: -kausika, m. N. of a teacher familiar with this art. in Sanskrit

pra-gñâ-ta well-known; -tavya, fp. to be known; -ti, f. information; ascertainment of the way to (g.); -trí, m. knowing the way, guide. in Sanskrit

pra-gñaNna cognisance; knowledge; token of recognition, distinctive mark; monument. in Sanskrit

pra-graha holding forth, stretching out; grasping, seizing; seizure of the sun or moon, beginning of an eclipse; kindness; obstinacy (rare); rein, bridle (ord. mg.); leader, guide; companion, satellite; -grahana, m. leader, guide (only --° a. = led by); n in Sanskrit

pra-gvalana flaming up; -gvalita, (pp.) n. blazing, burning; -gvâra, m. heat of fever; -gvâlana, n. kindling (a fire); -gvâlâ, f. flame. in Sanskrit

pra-hanana striking; -hata, pp. (√han) struck, beaten, etc.; -hati, f. stroke, blow; -hantavya, fp. to be killed; -hantrí, a. striking down (ac.); -hara, m. (stroke on a gong), watch (period of about three hours): -ka, m. id.; -harana, n. striking, beatin in Sanskrit

prâ-harika watchman, beadle. in Sanskrit

pra-helâ unconstrained behaviour: in. without constraint; -helikâ, f. riddle, enigma. in Sanskrit

pra-hi well; -hita, pp. (√dhâ) sent, despatched, commissioned, etc.: -hitamgama, a. going on a message to (g.). in Sanskrit

pra-hlâda pleasurable excitement, feeling of joy; N. of a pious Daitya (=Prahrâda): -ka, a. refreshing, gladdening; -hlâdana, a. (î) cheering, gladdening; n. â, f. refreshing, delighting; -hlâdin, a. delighting. in Sanskrit

pra-hrâda -hrâsa, m. curtailment, diminution, wane. in Sanskrit

pra-hrita √hri; n. combat with (--°); -hrishta, pp. greatly rejoiced, delighted: -manas, a. having a delighted mind or heart, exceedingly glad, -roman, a. having the hair of one's body erect, m. N. of an Asura, -̮âtman, a. having a joyful mind. in Sanskrit

prá-huta offered up; (á)-huti, f. offering. in Sanskrit

pra-hva inclined forward, sloping, slanting, bent; bowing before (g.); humble; -hvana, n. obeisance; -hvaya, den. P. humble (ac.); -hvî-bhû, humble oneself. in Sanskrit

pra-kamp-a trembling; m. tremor, quake; -ana, m. wind; N. of an Asura; n. shaking, wagging; -ita, pp. √kamp; n. tremor; -in, a. trembling, moving to and fro; -ya, fp. to be caused to tremble or quake. in Sanskrit

pra-kanda violent or impetuous; very powerful (heat); very fierce, furious, or terrific; m. N. of a Dânava: -tarî-bhû, grow more furious; -varman, m. N. of a king. in Sanskrit

pra-kara (scattered) heap, quantity, plenty: î, f. kind of song; short interlude (in a drama); -karana, n. production, creation; treatment, discussion, exposition; subject of discussion, topic; section, chapter; special treatise, monograph; kind of drama in Sanskrit

prâ-kâra [strewn along, mound], enclosing wall, rampart: -karna, m. Wallear, N. of a minister of the owl-king Arimardana, -sesha, a. having only his ramparts left. in Sanskrit

pra-kâsá shining (out), clear, bright; manifest, open, visible, public; produced or occasioned by (--°); generally known, renowned, for (in. or --°), in (--°); having the appearance of, resembling, like (--°): -m or °--, ad. openly, publicly; aloud (dr.); in Sanskrit

pra-kaya collecting; -kaya-svara, m. accumulated tone (i. e. tone occurring in a series of syllables), tone of the unaccented syllables following a Svarita; -karana, n. setting to work: î, f. kind of supplementary wooden ladle (rit.); -karanîya, fp. being in Sanskrit

pra-khara very hard; -khala, m. great rogue; -khyá, a. [√khyâ] visible; clear, bright: â, f. appearance: only --° a. a, having the appearance of, resembling, like; lustre, beauty: only --° a. a, bright or beautiful as; -khyâta, pp. (√khyâ) famous etc.; -k in Sanskrit

pra-kirana strewing, scattering; -kîrna, pp. (√krî) agitated, excited, wild; n. miscellany: -ka, a. scattered; miscellaneous; m. fly-whisk; tuft of hair (as an ornament of horses); miscellany; judicial decision of an isolated case (not provided for in the in Sanskrit

pra-kîrtana proclaiming, announcing: â, f. mention; -kîrti, f. celebration, praise; -kuñka, m. a measure of capacity equal to about a handful; -krita, pp. √kri: -tva, n. state of being in question. in Sanskrit

pra-kkhada coverlet, bed-cover; -kkhanna, pp. (√khad), hidden, secreted, disguised, etc.; -khhâdaka, a covering, concealing (--°); m. song, accompanied by the lute, of a woman deserted by her husband, and containing a veiled reference to her forlorn state in Sanskrit

pra-kramá stride (Br., S.); C.: beginning (also S.); proportion, measure; right sequence of words, grammatical construction; -kramana, n. striding forward; advancing towards (--°); going forth; -krama-bhaṅga, m. violation of grammatical construction; -krâ in Sanskrit

pra-krishta (√krish) extended, long (road); distinguished: -tva, n. excellence; -ketá, m. (V.) perception, intelligence, understanding; knower; -kopa, m. raging (of war, disease); turbulence, tumult, insurrection; anger, rage (ord. mg.): -m -kri, be angry in Sanskrit

pra-kriti (putting before, what is presupposed), original or natural form or condition (opp. vi-kriti, derivative form); nature, constitution, disposition, temper; fundamental form, pattern, standard, rule (sp. damental form, pattern, standard, rule (sp. in Sanskrit

pra-kshapana destruction; -kshaya, m. id. ruin, end; -ksharana, n. flowing; -kshâlaka, a. washing; m. washer;-kshâlana, a. performing frequent ablutions; -kshâlana, a. performing frequent ablutions; n. washing, -- off, cleansing, purifying; water for wash in Sanskrit

pra-kyavana withdrawal, departure; loss of (ab.); -kyuta, pp. (√kyu) fallen, degraded, banished, etc.; -kyuti, f. departure, withdrawal; loss of (ab.); abandonment of (--°): sâmya̮avasthânât--, loss of equilibrium. in Sanskrit

pra-laghu very small or insignificant (retinue): -tâ, f. excessive smallness; -lapana, n. prattling, chattering; -lapita, pp. √lap; n. prattle, chatter; lament; -labdhavya, fp. to be made sport of, to be deceived; -lamba, a. hanging down, pendulous; stoop in Sanskrit

pra-lalâta having a prominent forehead; -lavá, m. cutting (of a reed); -lavana, n. cutting of corn. in Sanskrit

pra-lâpá prattle, chatter, idle talk; lamentation; raving, delirious talk; -lâpana, n. teaching to talk; -lâpi-tâ, f. lovers' prattle; -lâpin, a. prattling, chattering, talking (gnly. --°); lamenting; delirious (fever). in Sanskrit

pra-lepa adhesion to (--°); salve, plaster; -leha, m. kind of broth; -lehana, n. licking. in Sanskrit

pra-lopa destruction, annihilation; -lobha, m. allurement: -ka, m. enticer, N. of a jackal; -lobhana, a. enticing; n. allurement; -lobhin, a. alluring, seductive; -lobhya, a. alluring, enticing; -lola, a. violently agitated (ocean). in Sanskrit

pra-mamhishth-îya I. 57 (which begins with the words ʻpra mamhishthâyaʼ); (á)-mati, f. care, protection; provider, protector; -matta, pp. (√mad) inattentive, careless, heedless, negligent, remiss: -sakiva, a. having a careless minister; -matha, m. Teazer, in Sanskrit

pra-maN fundament, pediment (V.); measure, scale (V.); true conception, correct notion. in Sanskrit

pra-mâna measure, scale, standard; extent, size; length; distance; weight; quantity; duration; sp. prosodical length of a vowel; measure of physical strength; principal (opp. interest); right measure, standard, authority; rule of action; means of correct in Sanskrit

pra-mâtâmaha maternal great-grandfather. in Sanskrit

pra-mâtha tugging; violent abduction (of a woman); subjugation; destruction; N. of a Dânava; -mâthin, a. striking off; stirring, agitating, disturbing, afflicting; m. N.; -maNda, m. intoxication; heedlessness, inattention, negligence, with regard to (--°) in Sanskrit

pra-meya measurable, limited; ascertainable, demonstrable; that of which a correct notion should be formed; n. object of correct knowledge or of demonstration: -tva, n. demonstrability. in Sanskrit

pra-mita √mâ, measure; -miti, f. correct notion; condition of being proved or established; manifestation. in Sanskrit

pra-mîta-pati-kâ whose husband is dead; -mîti, f. destruction; -mîlaka, m., -mîlikâ, f. closure of the eyes, drowsiness; -mîlâ, f. id. in Sanskrit

pra-moka setting free, release; -moktavya, fp. to be released; -moksha, m. loss; release, deliverance, from (--°); redemption; -mokana, a. (î) delivering from (--°); n. shedding (of tears); freeing or delivering from (--°); -modá, m. joy, delight (sts. pl in Sanskrit

pra-mrigya to be visited= specially adapted for (d.); -mrida, a. gracious; gladdening; -mriná, a. destructive; -mrita, pp. deceased, dead; n. death: -ka, a. dead; -mrishta, pp. (√mrig) cleansed, pure, polished, bright: -mani, m. polished or bright gem: -k in Sanskrit

pra-mukti liberation; -mukha, a. having the face turned towards (ac.); foremost, first, chief, principal: gnly. --°, having as the foremost=preceded or led by, and so forth; n. beginning (of a chapter); present time: lc. in front, opposite (w. g. or --°): in Sanskrit

pra-nâdi-kâ channel: in. indirectly; by means of (--°); -nâdî, f. id.; -nâda, m. loud noise, shout, yell, roar, cry, neigh, etc.; tingling in the ear; -nâma, m. bow, obeisance, reverent salutation (--° with the object): bhuvi or bhûmau --, bow down to the in Sanskrit

pra-nakha (?) tip of the nail; -nata, pp. bowing etc.; -nati, f. bow, reverential salutation, obeisance (with g., lc., or --° of the object); (á)-napât, m. great-grandson; -naptri, m. id.; -namana, n. bowing down before (g. or --°). in Sanskrit

pra-náva (or á) [pronouncement: √nu] the sacred syllable om: -ka, --° a. id. in Sanskrit

pra-naya leader; guidance; manifestation, display; confidence, in (lc.); friendly regard; familiarity; affection, love; fond attachment (of lovers), display of affection; desire, longing, for (lc.): in., ab., °--, and pranaya̮upetam, ad. confidently, fear in Sanskrit

pra-négana (î) wiping; n. washing, bathing; water for washing; -netavya, fp. to be led or guided; to be performed or employed; -netrí, m. leader, guide (of, g.; ac. in V.); fashioner, creator; author: -mat, a. containing the notion of leading; -neduh, 3 p in Sanskrit

pra-nidhâna application, employment; exertion, endeavour; respectful behaviour, towards (lc.); submission to the will of (--°); profound meditation; vehement desire (B.); vow (B.); -nidhâyin, a. employing (emissaries); -nidhi, m. spying; sending out (of e in Sanskrit

pra-nritta dance. in Sanskrit

pra-nud (--°) driving away, removing, dispelling; -nuda, a. id. in Sanskrit

pra-pakva inflamed (med.); -paksha, m. tip of a wing; -pañka, m. expansion, prolixity, amplification, of (g. or --°); phe nomenon; manifestation or form of (g.); phenomenal world (ph.); mutual flattery (rh.); ludicrous dialogue (dr.): in. or -tas, ad. in in Sanskrit

pra-pautra great-grandson: î, f. great-granddaughter; -plâvana, n. extinction of fire with water. in Sanskrit

pra-pharvî wanton girl; -phulla, pp. full-blown, blooming; covered with flowers (lake); opened wide like a full-blown flower (eyes). in Sanskrit

prá-pitâmaha (or á) greatgrandfather; also designation of Brahman and Krishna: pl. great-grandfathers, ancestors: î, f. paternal great-grandmother; -pitrivya, m. paternal grand-uncle; -pitvá, (V.) n. going away; flight, retreat; retired spot; evening; -pi in Sanskrit

pra-rakshana protection; -rúh, a. shooting (of plants); f. shoot, sprout; -rûdha, pp. √ruh; -rûdhi, f. shooting up; growth, increase; -reká, m., -rékana, n. abundance; -rokana, a. (î) seductive; n. instigation; seduction; laudation; elucidation: â, f. enc in Sanskrit

prâ-roha shoot, sprout. in Sanskrit

prâ-sâda raised platform for sitting, terrace; top storey of a lofty building; edifice on high foundations, palace; temple, shrine: -gata, pp. gone to the flat roof of the palace; -garbha, m. inner apartment or sleeping chamber of a palace; -tala, n. flat in Sanskrit

prâ-sáh mighty; f. might, force: in. forcibly; -saha, m. power, force; ab. forcibly. in Sanskrit

pra-sakala very full (bosom); -sakta, pp. √sañg: °-- or -m, ad. incessantly; -saktavya, fp. to be attached to (lc.); -sakti, f. attachment, devotion, or addiction to, indulgence in, occupation with (lc.), occurrence of a case; bearing, applicability; prac in Sanskrit

pra-sâkhâ branch; extremity (of the body); -sâkhikâ, f. small branch, twig; -sâtana, n. breaking off; -sânta, pp. (√sam) tranquillized, calmed, etc.: -ka, a. calm (of the mind), -tâ, f. mental calm, composure; -sânti, f. tranquillization, appeasement, all in Sanskrit

pra-samsa-ka praising (--°); -samsana, n. laudation; -samsanîya, fp. to be praised; -samsaN, f. praise, eulogy, applause (sts. pl.); fame; -nâman, n. term of praise, -̮âlâpa, m. applause, -vakana, n. laudatory remark, -̮âvali, f panegyric poem; -samsin, a in Sanskrit

pra-savá 1. pressing (of Soma); 2. setting in motion, impulse; course, current; quickening power, stimulation, instigation; aid; command; acquisition; vivifier; 3. begetting, generation; conception; bringing forth, bearing; birth; delivery, confinement; a in Sanskrit

pra-seka effusion; watering of the mouth, nausea; exudation, resin; spout (of a ladle); -sekin, a. discharging fluid; suffering from (excessive) salivation; -sena: -git, m. N. of various princes; -sevaka, m. sack, bag; damper on the neck of a lute. in Sanskrit

pra-shtha standing or going in front; chief, foremost, most excellent, best, of (--°); m. front-man, leader: -tva, n. pre-eminence. in Sanskrit

prá-shti [being beyond or in front], side-horse or leader; man at one's side; tripod (supporting a dish): -mat, a. having side-horses; -vâhín, a. yoked with three horses. in Sanskrit

pra-sita (√si) devoted to, intent on (in. or lc.); (á)-siti, (V.) f. onward rush (of fire); onset; shot, missile; extension, sphere; duration; dominion, power; -siddha, pp. √sidh: -tâ, f., -tva, n. notoriousness; -siddhi, f. accomplishment, success; proof in Sanskrit

pra-sithila very loose, flaccid, or lax; extremely feeble, hardly perceptible: -sithilî-kri, make very loose; -sithilî-bhû, become very loose; -sishta, pp. √sâs; (á)- sishti, f. order, command; -sishya, m. pupil of a pupil: -tva, n. abst. n.; -sís, f. ord in Sanskrit

prá-skanva Rishi: pl. descendants of Praskanva; -skandana, a. leaping forward, attacking, ep. of Siva; suffering from diarrhœa; n. bounding over or across (--°); aperient; -skandin, a. leaping into (--°); -skanna, pp. √skand; -skunda, m. support or (accor in Sanskrit

pra-skotana dripping, sprinkling. in Sanskrit

pra-slita (=-srita), changing ʻasʼ to ʻoʼ before sonant letters (samdhi); -slishta, pp. slurred, coalescent (euphonic combination of a or â with a following vowel or of other vowels with homogeneous ones); vowel resulting from coalescence or accent of a c in Sanskrit

pra-smartavya to be forgotten. in Sanskrit

pra-snava stream or flow (of milk etc.): pl. tears; -snâvin, a. dropping, pouring forth (--°); -snuta, pp. dropping, flowing: -stanî, a. f. having streaming breasts; -snushâ, f. grandson's wife; -snéya, fp. suitable for bathing. in Sanskrit

pra-sosha dryness. in Sanskrit

pra-spandana quivering, palpitating; -spardhin, a. rivalling; -sphuta, a. plain, manifest, evident; -sphurita, pp. quivering, vibrating, tremulous; manifested; -sphuliṅga, m. (?) darting spark; -sphotana, n. splitting (int.); causing to expand or bloom. in Sanskrit

pra-sramsa falling down; -sramsana, n. dissolvent; -sramsin, a. (-î) miscarrying; -srava, m. flowing forth; stream, flow; flow of milk (lc. when the milk flows): pl. gushing tears; -srávana, n. gushing or streaming forth, trickling, oozing; effusion, disc in Sanskrit

pra-sraya support, resting-place; (inclining forward), respectful demeanour, deference, civility, modesty: -vat, a. deferential; -sray-in, a. id.: (-i)-tâ, f. respectfulness. in Sanskrit

pra-srita √sri; m. outstretched hollowed palm; handful (as a measure=2 Palas); (á)-sriti, f. flow; successful progress; diffusion; hollow outstretched palm; handful (as a measure=2 Palas): -yâvaka, m. eating porridge made of not more than a handful of bar in Sanskrit

pra-stambha becoming rigid; -stará, m. (that which is strewn forth), strawbed, couch of grass or leaves, litter; couch of (--°); bunch of sacrificial grass; flat surface, pavement, terrace; plain, plateau; stone, rock; section, paragraph; -starana, n. cou in Sanskrit

pra-stâra strewing, spreading out; abundance; litter, bed of straw; couch; layer; stair (leading down to water); flat surface; table of all the possible combinations in a metre: -paṅkti, f. combination-paṅkti, a metre (12+12+8+8 syllables); -stârin, a. sp in Sanskrit

prâ-stâv-ika (î) introductory; -sthân-ika, a. referring to a journey or to departure; suitable or favourable for departure; n. preparations for a journey. in Sanskrit

pra-stha [standing forth, prominent], table-land on a mountain, plateau; level expanse, plain; a measure of capacity (=32 Palas); -sthâna, n. setting out, marching forth, proceeding, departure; advent; despatch (of wares), journey to the next world; relig in Sanskrit

pra-stuta begun; propounded, under discussion, in question: -tva, n. state of being under discussion, -̮aṅkura, m. figure in which allusion is made to a passing circumstance, hinting at something analogous present in the mind; (á)stuti, f. praise. in Sanskrit

pra-suki perfectly pure; -suddhi, f. clearness, purity. in Sanskrit

pra-suN bearing, giving birth to; fruitful, prolific; producing, providing for (--°); f. mother; sprout; flowering sacrificial grass; -sûta, pp. born, produced; n. primordial soul or matter (phil.); (á)-sûti, 1. f. instigation, command; permission; (a)sût in Sanskrit

pra-súp slumbering; -supta, pp. slept; sleeping; fast asleep: -tâ, f. sleepiness; -supti, f. id. in Sanskrit

pra-svana sound, noise; (á)-svâdas, a. very sweet, highly pleasing; -svâpa, a. inducing sleep, soporific (missile); m. falling asleep; dream; -svâpana, a. (î) causing slumber: î dasâ, f. condition of sleep; n. causing sleep; -sveda, m. perspiration; -sved in Sanskrit

pra-svas-itavya one should restore or revive any one (g.) by means of (in.); -svâsa, m. inhalation. in Sanskrit

pra-syanda trickling or welling forth; -syandana, n. id.; exudation; -syándin, a. oozing forth; --°, shedding (tears); m. shower of rain. in Sanskrit

prá-t-ta √dâ; (á)-t-ti, f. gift. in Sanskrit

pra-táṅkam gliding, creeping; -tata, n. (?) high bank; -tatâmaha, m. greatgrandfather; -tanu, a. very fine, delicate, narrow, slender, thin, emaciated, small, or insignificant: -ka, a. very delicate; -tapana, n. warming; -tapta, pp.; n. (?) purified gold; in Sanskrit

prâ-tár [p(a)râ-tar(a) very early], ad. at dawn, early, in the morning; next or to-morrow morning, on the morrow: prâtah prâtah, every morning. in Sanskrit

pra-thamá [=pra-tama foremost], a. first; earliest; original; prior, previous, former; chief, most excellent, eminent, leading: it may often be translated by an ad.: first, for the first time; previously; just; forthwith: °-- or -m, ad. first, first of al in Sanskrit

pra-tná ancient, old: (á)-thâ, -vát, ad. as formerly, in the wonted manner. in Sanskrit

pra-tuda pecker (a class of birds); goad; -tushti, f. satisfaction: -da, a. giving pleasure to (--°); -trid, a. cleaving; -todá, m. goad; -tolî, f. broad road, main street. in Sanskrit

prá-tvakshas energetic, vigorous. in Sanskrit

prá-üga fore-part of the shafts of a vehicle; triangle; m. n. N. of the second Sastra in the morning libation. in Sanskrit

prâ-vâdu-ka opponent (in a disputation). in Sanskrit

pra-vaktavya to be propounded, imparted, or taught; -vaktri, m. one who tells, imparts, or says anything (--°); good speaker; teacher, propounder; originator of a story: -tva, n. condition of an instructor; -vakana, n. speaking; propounding; reciting; ins in Sanskrit

pra-vaná (?) slope, declivity; abyss, depth (in V. only lc. sg. and pl.1; in E. also ab. sg.); a. shelving, sloping, towards (--°); prone, inclined, or devoted to (d., g., lc., inf., or --°); declining, vanishing; directed towards (--°): -tâ, f. inclinati in Sanskrit

prâ-vâra cloak, upper garment; N. of a locality; a. infesting clothes: -ka, m. cloak, upper garment, -kîtaka, m. clotheslouse. in Sanskrit

prâ-várana covering; cloak, upper garment. in Sanskrit

pra-varga large earthenware pot (used in the Pravargya ceremony); -vargyã, m. introductory ceremony of the Soma sacrifice, at which fresh milk is poured into a red-hot pot: -vat, a. connected with the Pravargya ceremony; -várgana, n. performance of the Pr in Sanskrit

prâ-varshin beginning to rain. in Sanskrit

pra-veka choice, chief, exquisite, most excellent of (--°); -vega, m. great swiftness; -vegita, den. pp. moving rapidly; -ve- nî, f. braid of hair; coloured woollen cloth; -vetri, m. charioteer; -vettri, m. connoisseur of (--°); -vedana, n. making known, in Sanskrit

prâ-vepá hanging fruit swaying on a tree. in Sanskrit

prâ-ves-ika (î) relating to entrance into the house or on the stage; -vrâgya, n. life of a religious mendicant. in Sanskrit

pra-vi-dhâna means employed; -bhâga, m. division, separation, classification; part: -vat, a. having subdivisions. in Sanskrit

pra-vi-graha distinct separation of words euphonically combined; -ghatana, n. breaking in pieces; -kâra, m.: -nâ, f. distinction, species; -kintaka, a. foreseeing; -ketana, n. comprehension; -dalana, n. shattering; -dâra, m. bursting asunder. in Sanskrit

pra-vi-lambin prominent; -laya, m. melting; dissolution, complete disappearance; -lâpana, n. annihilation; -lâpayitavya, fp. to be annihilated; -lâpita-tva, n. complete annihilation; -lâpin, a. lamenting; -lâpya, fp. to be completely destroyed; -vâda, m. in Sanskrit

pra-vidvas knowing, conscious. in Sanskrit

pra-vîna skilful, clever, in (lc. or --°): -tâ, f. skill, cleverness, ability; -vînîkri, make fit for anything; (á)-vîra, m. great hero, among (g. or --°): -ka, m. N. of various men, -vara, m. N. of an Asura. in Sanskrit

pra-virala standing far apart; isolated, rare. in Sanskrit

pra-vishaya range: -m drishter gam, become visible; -vishta, pp. (√vis) entered (act. & ps.): -ka, n. air of entering the stage (only in. sg. as a stage direction); -vish- takâ-ya, den. Â. appear in person; -vistara, m. extent: in. in great detail; -vistâ in Sanskrit

pra-vragana going abroad, leaving home; -vragita, (pp.) m. religious mendicant (Brâhman in the fourth order); n. life of a religious mendicant: â, f. nun; -vragya, n. going abroad, migration, wandering forth from home: â, f. religious mendicancy; order of in Sanskrit

prâ-vrísh rainy season, rains (as a division of the calendar embracing the months Âshâdha and Srâvana, which are the first half of the actual rains); -vrishi-ga, a. produced or occurring in the rainy season; -vrish-îna, a. belonging to or beginning the ra in Sanskrit

prâ-vrita (√1. vri) covered, etc.; n. cloak, upper garment; covering, wrapping. in Sanskrit

pra-vritta turned forward; begun, proceeded with, going on; set in, ensued; engaged, occupied, busy, with (lc. or --°); interested (action): -kakra, a. whose wheel rolls on unimpeded: -tâ, f. unlimited power; -vâk, a. of fluent speech; -samprahâra, a. hav in Sanskrit

pra-vritti moving forward, advance, progress; appearance, manifestation, production; rise, origin; advent, setting in (of spring etc.); activity, efficacy, function; advance into, prosecution of, engaging in, exposure of oneself to danger, predilection, p in Sanskrit

pra-vyakti manifestation, appearance; -vyâdhá, m. shot, shooting distance; -vyâhâra, m. prolongation of a discourse: -m kri, address any one (g.). in Sanskrit

pra-yâga Place of sacrifice: celebrated place of pilgrimage at the confluence of the Yamunâ and the Ganges; also known as a kingdom: pl. inhabitants of Prayâga; N.; -yâkaka, a. entreating (-artham); -yâkana, n. imploration; -yâgá, m. preliminary offering in Sanskrit

prâ-yân-ika suitable or requisite for a march or journey; -yâtr-ika, a. id. in Sanskrit

pra-yâta set out, gone, departed; gone towards, advanced, advancing; -yâtavya, fp. to be attacked; n. imps. one should set out; -yâtri, m. one who goes or can go or fly; -yâpya, cs. fp. to be sent away; -yâyin, a. going or riding on, marching with (--°); in Sanskrit

pra-yoktavya to be discharged (missile); -- employed or applied; -- represented (play); -- pronounced or uttered; -yoktri, m. shooter (of missiles); performer, agent (of an action); undertaker or giver of a sacrifice; procurer; employer, of (--°); mime; s in Sanskrit

pra-yukta √yug; (á)-yukti, f. impulse; employment; -yúg, (V.) f. (?) team; impulse, motive; gain; -yúta, n. million; (á)-yuti, (V.) f. absence (of mind); -yuddha, pp. √yudh; n. contest, battle; -yúdh, a. attacking. in Sanskrit

prâbal-ya predominance, ascendancy; validity, force (of a rule or argument). in Sanskrit

prâbhâkara follower of Prabhâkara (founder of one of the sects of the Pûrva Mîmâmsâ school of philosophy); n. the work of Prabhâkara. in Sanskrit

prâbhañgan-i son of Wind, pat. of Hanumat. in Sanskrit

prâbhât-ika matutinal, morning. in Sanskrit

prâbhavat-ya power, authority. in Sanskrit

prâbhrit-a [relating to an offering: prabhriti], present, gift: -ka, n. id.; î-kri, make a present of. in Sanskrit

practical in Sanskrit

practice in Sanskrit

practiced by in Sanskrit

practicing in Sanskrit

practicing virtue in Sanskrit

practise / observance in Sanskrit

practises this brahma science in Sanskrit

prâd-vivâka [interrogating (prâkh) and deciding], judge. in Sanskrit

prâdakshin-ya circumambulation while following one's (extended) right hand, keeping the right hand towards a person or object; respectful behaviour. in Sanskrit

pradakshina̮arkis having its flame on the right; -̮âvarta, a. turned towards the right; -̮âvrit-ka, a. turned towards the right, having a person or thing on one's right. in Sanskrit

prâdes-ika having precedents; local, limited, of limited scope; m. small landowner, chief of a district: -̮îsvara, m. id. in Sanskrit

prâdes-in a span long; -î, f. forefinger. in Sanskrit

prâdesá span of the thumb and forefinger (also as a measure=12 aṅgulas): (a)-mâtrá, n. measure of a span; a. (î) a span long; -sama, -̮âyâma, a. id. in Sanskrit

prâdhân-ika pre-eminent, most excellent; relating to or proceeding from primordial matter or nature (pradhâna); -ya, n. preponderance, predominance, prevalence, prominence; ascendancy, supremacy: °--, in., ab., -tas, chiefly, mainly, with regard to the ma in Sanskrit

prâdhan-ika war-implement, weapon. in Sanskrit

prâdosha relating to or appearing in the evening: i-ka, a. id. in Sanskrit

prâdur-bhâva manifestation, appearance (also of a deity on earth). in Sanskrit

prâdush-karana manifestation; production, kindling (of fire). in Sanskrit

prâg-agra having the point directed forwards or eastwards; -apavargam, ad. concluding in the east; -abhâva, m. previous non-existence; -abhihita, pp. previously discussed. in Sanskrit

prâg-avasthâ previous condition. in Sanskrit

prâg-âyata extending towards the east; -ukti, f. previous utterance. in Sanskrit

prâg-gaṅgam on the east of the Ganges; -gamana-vat, a. going forward; -gâmin, a. preceding or intending to precede; -guna, a. having the previously mentioned quality; -grîva, a. having the neck directed eastward; -ganman, n. previous birth or existence; - in Sanskrit

prâg-lagga ashamed at first; -vamsa, 1. m. preceding race; 2. a. having its beams directed eastward; m. space in front of the Vedi; -vakana, n. previous utterance; -vat, a. as before, formerly, or at other times; as above (in a book); -vâta, m. east wind; in Sanskrit

prâg-uttara (east-northern, i. e.) north-eastern: in. or -tas, in the north-east, of (ab., g.), -dig-bhâga, -dig-vibhâga, m. north-eastern side of (g.); -utpatti, f. first appearance; -udaṅ-mukha, a. facing northeastwards or to the east or the north; -uda in Sanskrit

pragâ-dâna procreation of children; -dvâra, n. gate of progeny, ep. of the sun; -dhara, a. maintaining creatures (Vishnu); -̮adhyaksha, m. surveyor of creatures, ep. of the sun, Daksha, etc.; -nâtha, m. lord of creatures, ep. of Brahman, Manu, and Daksha; in Sanskrit

pragâ-gupti protection of subjects; -ghnî, f. of -han; -kandra, m. moon to his subjects (honorific epithet of a prince); -tantu, m. continuation of a family, progeny. in Sanskrit

pragâ-pâla guardian of creatures, ep. of Krishna; protector of the people, prince, king; N. of a prince; -pâlana, n. protection of the people; -pâlya, n. office of guardian of the people or of king. in Sanskrit

pragâ-vriddhi abundance of offspring; -vyâpâra, m. care for or interest in the people; -srig, m. creator of the world, ep. of Brahman and of Kasyapa; -han, a. (f. -ghnî) killing offspring. in Sanskrit

pragâ-y-in-î about to bring forth; --°, bearing, mother of. in Sanskrit

prâgalbh-î self-confidence, assurance; -ya, n. id.: -vat, a. self-confident, bold; boasting of (--°). in Sanskrit

pragaN-pati lord of creatures; genius presiding over procreation, protector of life; Creator, N. of a supreme being above the Vedic gods; this epithet is in the post-Vedic period applied to various holy men regarded as demiurgic beings; Time (personified) in Sanskrit

pragaN-vat (-î) productive of offspring, bestowing progeny; abounding in offspring, fruitful: -î, f. pregnant; bearing, mother of (--°); brother's wife. in Sanskrit

prâgâpat-a (î)=-ya; -yá, a. coming from, relating, or sacred to Pragâpati (w. sakata, m. n. car of Rohinî); m. pat. descendant of Pragâpati;±krikkhra or upa-vâsa, kind of penance; ± vivâha, m. Pragâpati form of marriage, in which the father gives away his in Sanskrit

prâgâtha (î) belonging to the Pragâthas, i. e. to the eighth Mandala of the RV.; m. pat. descendant of Pragâtha. in Sanskrit

pragâ̮arthe for the sake of offspring. in Sanskrit

pragâ̮îsa lord of creatures, Creator; genius presiding over procreation; lord of the people, prince, king; -̮îsvara, m. id.; -̮îhâ, f. desire of offspring. in Sanskrit

prâghuna prâghûrna] guest: -ka, i-ka, m. id.; î-kri, make a guest of, cause to reach (--°). in Sanskrit

prâgñá (relating to intellect, pragñâ), intellectual; intelligent, wise, clever; m. wise or sensible man; intelligence associated with individuality (phil.): -tva, n. wisdom, intelligence, cleverness, -mânin or -m-mânin, a. considering oneself wise. in Sanskrit

pragñâ-pâramitâ highest degree of knowledge or understanding; -̮apeta, pp. destitute of knowledge; -maya, a. consisting of understanding; -mâtrâ, f. element or basis of cognition, organ of sense; -vat, a. intelligent, wise, knowing, shrewd; -vâda, m. word in Sanskrit

pragñâ̮âtman whose nature is intellect, being all intellect; -̮âditya, m. Sun of Wisdom, ep. of a clever man. in Sanskrit

prâgr-ya foremost, best, most excellent. in Sanskrit

prâgun-ya right position or direction. in Sanskrit

Prahlada in Sanskrit

prâhuna pra̮âghûrna], guest (î, f.): -ka, m. id., i-kâ, f. female guest; i-ka, m. guest. in Sanskrit

praise in Sanskrit

praised in Sanskrit

praises in Sanskrit

praish-yá menial (w. gana, m. servant); m. servant, menial (â, f.); n. servitude: -gana, m. coll. servants, train; -bhâva, m. condition of a servant, servitude. in Sanskrit

praising in Sanskrit

praiya-rûpa-ka pleasant appearance. in Sanskrit

praiyamedha descendant of Priyamedha. in Sanskrit

prâk-aN prâñk. in Sanskrit

prâk-îna turned frontways; eastward; eastern, living in the east; anterior, former, previous, old: -m, ad. forwards; in front of (ab.); eastwards, to the east of (ab.); previously to, before (ab.); -âvîtin, a.=-̮âvîtin; -grîva, a. having the neck directed in Sanskrit

prâk-karman preliminary procedure; action performed in a previous existence; -kalpa, m. former age; -krita, pp. formerly done, performed in a previous life; n. act done in a previous life; -kiram, ad. before it is too late, betimes; -kkhâya, n. falling of in Sanskrit

prâk-sas eastwards; -siras: -ka, a. having the head turned eastwards; -samstha, a. ending in the east; -samdhyâ, f. morning twilight; -soma, a. preceding the Soma sacrifice; -saumika, a. (î) id.; -srotas, a. flowing towards the east. in Sanskrit

prâk-tana (î) anterior, former, previous; ancient; -tanaya, m. former pupil; -tarâm, ad. farther east; -tûla, a. having the tufts directed eastwards: -tâ, f. eastward direction (of sacrificial utensils); -pada, n. first member of a compound (gr.); -pravan in Sanskrit

prâk-yã (or yá) being in front; situated, living, prevailing, or spoken in the east, eastern; prior, previous; preceding (in a book); former, ancient, old; m. pl. people of the east, eastern country; the ancients: -pada-vritti, f. the euphonic combination in Sanskrit

prâkâm-ya perfect freedom of will. in Sanskrit

prâkand-ya vehemence, passionateness. in Sanskrit

prâkaran-ika belonging to the matter in question; -- to the chapter; -- to the genus. in Sanskrit

prâkâs-á metal mirror; -ya, n. manifestness; notoriety, fame. in Sanskrit

prâkat-ya manifestness, manifestation. in Sanskrit

prakata-ya P. manifest, make visible; show, disclose: pp. ita, displayed, shown: °--, ad. evidently. in Sanskrit

prâketas-a relating to Varuna (w. âsâ, f. west); descended from Praketas; m. pat. of Manu, Daksha, and Vâlmîki. in Sanskrit

prâkhar-ya sharpness (of an arrow). in Sanskrit

prâkî-mûla eastern horizon. in Sanskrit

prâkîra enclosure, fence. in Sanskrit

prâkram-ika taking many things in hand (without finishing any of them). in Sanskrit

prâkrit-ika (î) natural; derived from nature. in Sanskrit

prakRitii in Sanskrit

prâkur-ya copiousness, abundance, plenty; amplitude, prolixity; prevalence, currency: in. for the most part; in detail. in Sanskrit

prâlamba hanging down, pendent; n. (?) garland hanging down from the neck. in Sanskrit

pramâ-tva state of true conception or knowledge. in Sanskrit

prâmâd-ika due to carelessness, erroneous, faulty, wrong (reading etc.). in Sanskrit

prâmân-ika constituting or passing as a measure; based on evidence or authority, authoritative; considering demonstrable: -tva, n. authoritativeness, cogency. in Sanskrit

prâmân-ya authoritativeness; authenticity; evidence. in Sanskrit

pramâna-ya P. adjust; regard, admit, or set up as an authority or model, in (lc.); use as evidence; prove, show clearly; -yukta, pp. having the right measure; -vat, a. attested, well-founded (statement); -vâkya, n. authority; -sâstra, n. work of sacred au in Sanskrit

pramânî-karana quoting as an authority; -kri, apportion anything (ac.) to any one (g.); regard or adopt (a person or thing) as an authority (ac.), act according to, follow (ac.); regard as evidence. in Sanskrit

prâmod-ika charming. in Sanskrit

prâṅ prâñk. in Sanskrit

prân-ín breathing, living; m. living creature; animal; human being. in Sanskrit

prâṅ-nyâya previous method: a special plea that the prosecutor has previously brought and lost the same action; -mukha, a. (î) facing or pointing forward or eastward; inclined towards, desirous of (--°): -̮añkana, a. facing eastward. in Sanskrit

prâna-nâtha lord of life, lover, husband; -nâsa, m. loss of life, death; -nigraha, m. restraint of breath; -pati, m. lord of life, soul; -parikraya, m. staking one's life; -parikshîna, pp. whose life is on the decline; -parigraha, m. possession of life, e in Sanskrit

prâná-tha respiration; -da, a. life-giving; saving the life of (g., --°); -dakshinâ, f. gift of life; -dayita, (pp.) m. husband loved as dearly as life; -dâna, n. gift or saving of life; abandonment of life; -dyûta, n. play or contest for life; -droha, m. in Sanskrit

pranava in Sanskrit

prânây-ya suitable, proper. in Sanskrit

prANayAma with equally long inhalation in Sanskrit

prâna̮âghâta destruction of life or of a living being; -̮âkârya, m. body physician; -̮atipâta, m. attempt on life; taking away life, killing a living being; -̮atilobha, m. excessive attachment to life; -̮âtman, m. breath-soul (the lowest of the three soul in Sanskrit

prâna̮artha-vat living and rich; -̮arthin, a. eager for life; -̮alâbha, m. loss of life; -̮avarodha, m. suspension of the breath. in Sanskrit

prâna̮îsa lord of life, lover, husband; Lord of breath, N. of a Marut: â, f. mistress of one's life, wife; -̮îsvara, m. lord of life, lover, husband: î, f. mistress, wife; -̮utkrânti, f. departure of the vital breath, death; -̮utsarga, m. giving up of lif in Sanskrit

prâni-ghâtin killing living beings; -dyûta, n. game with fighting animals (such as ram-fighting etc.). in Sanskrit

prâni-mat supplied with living beings (country); -vadha, m. killing of a living being. in Sanskrit

prâni̮aṅga limb of an animal or of a human being. in Sanskrit

praNk prâñk) ad. before, in front of (ab.); before (in order: ab.); formerly, previously, to (ab., rarely g.); to the east of (ab.); first, in the first place; henceforth; prâg eva, a short while ago; still more (B.). in Sanskrit

praNk-î east. in Sanskrit

praNkrita (â, î) connected with nature (prakriti), natural, original; unaltered; usual, ordinary, common; low, vulgar; proceeding from or relating to nature (phil.); Prâkritic; m. low or vulgar man, n. vernacular dialect (derived from Sanskrit and spoken in Sanskrit

praNyas-kitta [thought of death], atonement, expiation, penance; amends, satisfaction; -kitti, f. id.; a. expiating (Agni); -kittin, a. making atonement; -kittîya, 1. den. Â. be bound to perform penance; 2. a. serving as an atonement; bound to perform pen in Sanskrit

prâp-tavya to be met with or found; -- obtained or acquired: -m-artha, m. nickname of a man who always answered inquiries as to his name with the words ʻprâptavyam artham labhate manushyah:ʼ n. when used with nâman, n. name. in Sanskrit

prâp-ya to be reached or obtained; attainable; suitable. in Sanskrit

prâpta-srî possessed of fortune; -sûrya, a. with dis, f. quarter possessing the sun, i. e. in which the sun is at the time. in Sanskrit

prâpta̮aparâdha having committed a fault; -̮artha, m. attained object; a. having acquired wealth: -̮agrahana, n. not securing of advantages gained; -̮avasara, m. suitable occasion or opportunity. in Sanskrit

prâpta̮udaka having obtained water. in Sanskrit

prâpti̮âsâ hope of obtaining one's object (dr.). in Sanskrit

prârth-anîya to be wished or solicited; desirable; to be asked (person); -ayitavya, fp. desirable; -ayitri, m. suitor, lover; -ita, pp. requested, solicited; desired, sought, required; n. wish, desire: -durlabha, a. desired but hard to obtain; -in, a. wis in Sanskrit

pras-na 1. question; interrogation (also of the stars, etc.); judicial inquiry or investigation; inquiry after (--°); subject of controversy, disputed point, problem; lesson (in Vedic recitation); short section or paragraph (in books): -m i, submit a ques in Sanskrit

prâsâd-ika gracious; lovely. in Sanskrit

prâsâd-ikâ room on the roof of a house. in Sanskrit

prâsaṅg-ika (î) derived from close connection or attachment, relevant; incidental, episodical; casual. in Sanskrit

prâsast-ya praiseworthiness, pre-eminence, excellence. in Sanskrit

prash-tavya (√prakh) to be asked, interrogated, or examined, concerning (ac.); to be inquired about. in Sanskrit

prâsitrá [belonging to the Prâsitri], portion of sacrificial ghee eaten by the Brahman priest: -hárana, n. vessel for holding the Prâsitra. in Sanskrit

prâsn-ika containing many questions; m. (inquirer), arbitrator, umpire. in Sanskrit

prasn-ín questioner, interrogator. in Sanskrit

prasna-kathâ story involving a question; -pûrvakam, -pûrvam, ad. with a preceding question, after examination. in Sanskrit

prasna-vivâda controversy. in Sanskrit

prasna-ya P. question, interrogate, inquire after (2 ac.). in Sanskrit

prasna̮uttara question and answer; verse consisting of question and answer; -̮upanishad, f. title of an Upanishad consisting of six questions and six answers. in Sanskrit

prâsth-ika holding or weighing a prastha. in Sanskrit

prâtah-kalpa almost morning (night); -kârya, n. morning business or ceremony; -kâla, m. morning time, early morning; -kritya, n. morning ceremony; -kshana, m. morning time; -prahara, m. morning watch (six to nine o'clock a. m.). in Sanskrit

prâtah-samdhyâ morning twilight, dawn; -sava, m., -savaná, n. early Soma libation (the ritual of which consists of ten parts); -sâvá, m. morning Soma libation; -snâna, n. morning ablution; -snâyin, a. bathing in the early morning. in Sanskrit

prâtar-adhyeya to be recited early in the morning; -anuvâká, m. early recitation (the litany with which the Prâtahsavana begins); -anta, a. ending in the morning; -apavarga, a. id.; -abhivâda, m. morning greeting; -avanegá, m. morning ablution; -ahna, m. in Sanskrit

prâtar-gapa morning prayer; -nâdin, m. (crowing early), cock; -dugdhá, (pp.) n. morning milk; -doha, m. id.; morning milking; -yagña, m. morning sacrifice; -yaNvan, a. going out early; -yuktá, a. yoked early (car); -yúg, a. yoking early; yoked early; -vas in Sanskrit

prâtar-í-tvan -tvas) going out or coming early; m. morning guest. in Sanskrit

prâtas-tána matutinal; n. early morning (one of the five parts of the day; the other four being forenoon, midday, afternoon, and evening); -tya, a. matutinal, morning. in Sanskrit

práth-ana broadening, extension; place of extension (Br.); manifestation of (--°; C.). in Sanskrit

práth-as breadth; extension: -vat, a. broad, extensive; -â, f. spreading out; fame, celebrity; origin (--°); -ita, pp. √prath; -i-mán, m. breadth; extension, enlargement; -ishtha, spv., -îyas, cpv. of prithú; -u, a. distant, long (journey); reaching farth in Sanskrit

prâtham-ika primary, initial, first; happening for the first time; -ya, n. priority. in Sanskrit

prathama-ka first; -kalpa, m. primary ordinance; -kalpita, pp. first in rank; -garbha, m. first pregnancy; a. f. â, pregnant for the first time; -ga or -gaN, a. first-born; original; firstling; born in the first (i. e. firstmentioned) wedlock; -gâta, pp. in Sanskrit

prâthama-kalpika being something in the strictest sense of the term; m. beginner, tyro in study. in Sanskrit

práti 1. with (usually preceding) ac. against, towards, to, upon, in the direction of; before, in the presence or the eyes of; about, near, on, in, at; at the time of, about; through, for (of time); from (protect); compared with; in favour of, for; concer in Sanskrit

prati-baddha connected: -tâ, f. connexion with (--°); -banddhri, m. hinderer, obstructor: -tâ, f. obstruction; -bandha, m. connexion; investment, siege; hindrance, impediment; stoppage, suspension; logical impediment, obstructive argument; support: in. by in Sanskrit

prati-bhâ resemblance, image; light, lustre (--°); understanding, intelligence; presence of mind; brilliant idea, happy thought; well-founded presumption; fancy, phantom; -bhâga, m. daily present (consisting of fruit, flowers, and vegetables offered to a in Sanskrit

prati-bhata being a match for any one, equal to anything; rivalling (g. or --°); m. adversary: -tâ, f. rivalry with (g.); -bhatî-kri, put on an equality with; -bhaya, a. formidable, terrible, dangerous: -m, ad.; n. fear, of (ab. or --°); danger: -kara, -m in Sanskrit

prati-bheda severance; betrayal, discovery; -bhedana, n. splitting, bursting, dashing to pieces; -bhairava, a. terrible; -bhoga, m. enjoyment; (medically) prescribed diet. in Sanskrit

prati-bhû surety, for (d., g., or --°); representative of=equalling; -bhûpâla, m. hostile prince: pl. every single prince; -bhûbhrit, m. hostile prince. in Sanskrit

prati-bimba reflected disc (of the sun or moon in the water); reflected image, reflexion, shadow, likeness; -bimbana, n. reflexion; comparing; -bimbita, (den.) pp. reflected, in (--°); -bimbî-kri, reflect, resemble (ac.). in Sanskrit

prati-buddhi awaking (fig.); -bodha, m. awaking; knowledge: -ka, a. awaking (ac.); m. instructor; -bodhana, a. awakening, quickening; n. awaking; spreading, diffusion; wakening; enlightening, instructing: â, f. awaking, recovery of consciousness; -bodhanî in Sanskrit

prati-danda (counter to the rod), refractory; -darsa, m. sight; -darsana, n. beholding, perceiving; appearing; sight, appearance; -dâtavya, fp. to be restored; -dâna, n. giving or present in return; -dâpya, fp. to be forced to be restored; -dinam, ad. eve in Sanskrit

prati-gaga hostile elephant; -gata, pp. √gam; n. return; -gamana, n. return; -gará, m. call in reply (of the Adhvaryu to the address of the Hotri); -garitri, m. one who replies with a call; -gargana, n. answering roar (of a cloud): â, f. id.; -gâtra, °-- in Sanskrit

pratî-ghâta warding off (--°); m. prevention, obstruction, repression; obstacle, hindrance, impediment; resistance; -ghâtin, a. obstructing (--°). in Sanskrit

prati-gñâ agreement, understanding, assent; promise; assertion, declaration; prosecution, action (leg.); announcement of a proposition in an argument (logic); -gñâta, pp. promised, agreed; propounded, proposed; n. promise; -gñâna, n. admission, assent; pr in Sanskrit

prati-grahá receipt, acceptance (of gifts), right to receive gifts (privilege of Brâhmans; the person from whom the present is received is °--, ab., or g.±sakâsât; the object is °--); friendly reception; favour, grace; receiving with the ear, hearing; rec in Sanskrit

prati-hâra striking against anything, contact (of the tongue); certain syllables with which the Pratihartri strikes into the chant (in the Sâma litany); gate; janitor: î, f. female janitor; (a)-goptrî, f. female door-keeper; -pa, m. door-keeper; -bhûmi, f in Sanskrit

prati-hârâ-ya play the door-keeper; -hârya, n. jugglery. in Sanskrit

prati-hata-dhî hostilely disposed; -hata-raya, a. whose current is impeded by (--°); -hati, f. blow; rebound; -hantavya, fp. to be opposed; -hantri, m. warder off, preventer; -hartrí, m. withdrawer; destroyer; remover, preventer; a kind of priest, assista in Sanskrit

prati-himsita requital of an injury, revenge; -hita, pp. √dhâ; -hiti, f. adjustment of the arrow; -hita̮ishu, a. having adjusted the arrow to the string; -hridayam, ad. in every heart; -homa, m. compensatory sacrifice; -hrâsa, m. curtailment; -hvará, m. s in Sanskrit

prati-kákshana looking at, beholding; appearance; making visible; -kákshya, fp. visible; -kandra, m. mock moon; -kikîrsh, des. a. (nm. -kikîh), wishing to requite or avenge anything (lc.); -kikîrshâ, f. desire to requite or retaliate on (ac. or g.); -kikî in Sanskrit

prâti-kâm-in (acting according to one's desire: prati-kâmam), servant; messenger; -kûlika, a. (î) resisting, hostile, contrary: -tâ, f. opposition, hostility; -kûlya, n. unfriendliness, opposition; repugnant practice; disagreeableness; disagreement with ( in Sanskrit

prati-kañkuka man armoured against all assaults, obstinate adversary; -kantham, ad. singly, one by one; -kara, a. (î) counteracting (--°); m. compensation (--°); -karkasa, a. equally hard with, of the same hardness as (--°); -kartavya, fp. to be requited in Sanskrit

pratî-kâra reaction, retaliation, revenge; counteraction, prevention; remedy, preventive; resource, means of escape; mode of alliance formed on the assumption of the requital of former services; -kâsá, m. reflexion; appearance; --° a. resembling. in Sanskrit

prati-kopa wrath, anger. in Sanskrit

prati-krama inverse order; -krámana, n. striding hither and thither; going to confession (B.); -kriyâ, f. requital (of good or evil: --° with object; --°, g., or lc. of person); compensation; resistance; counteraction, remedy, help; venting (of anger); ad in Sanskrit

prati-krita requital, retaliation; resistance; -kriti, f. resistance; counterfeit, image, likeness: -rakanâ, f. painting of a likeness. in Sanskrit

prati-kshanam every moment or instant, continually; -kshapam, ad. every night; -kshipta-tva, n. repudiation, rejection; -kshetra, n. spot, place: lc. in the place of (g.); -kshepa, m. contest; combating (--°); rejection; -kshepana, n. combating (--°); -ks in Sanskrit

prati-kûla (against the bank, uphill), contrary, adverse (wind, fate, etc.); perverse, wrong; disagreeable, repugnant; hostile, refractory, rebellious (towards, g.): -m, ad. against any one, contrary (wind); inversely; n. inverse order; repugnant conduct in Sanskrit

prati-lakshana symptom; -labhya, fp. obtainable; -lambha, m. obtainment, acquirement; regainment; comprehension; -lâbha, m. obtainment, acquisition; -liṅgam, ad. at every phallus; -lekhana, n., -lekhâ, f. prescribed cleansing of all utensils; -loka, m. ev in Sanskrit

prati-maN [counter-measure], likeness, image, figure; picture; idol; symbol (°-- with a word meaning moon=reflected moon, reflexion of the moon); measure; --° a. (a) resembling, like; -mâtri, ad. according to the several mothers; -mâtrâ, f. pl. all the mo in Sanskrit

pratî-mâná (counter-measure), weight (measure); -vâpa, m. admixture (esp. in a decoction); -vâha, m. reward; -vî, a. accepting, receiving gladly; m. f. acceptance; -vesa, a. neighbouring; -hartri, m. doorkeeper, chamberlain; -hârá, m. porter, janitor, war in Sanskrit

prati-maṅgala-vâra every Tuesday; -mandala, n. counter or second disc; -mantrana, n. response; -mantram, ad. with or at every verse; -mandiram, ad. in every house; -manvantara, n. every Manu period: -m or e, in every --; -malla, m. counter-wrestler, oppos in Sanskrit

prati-mokshana remission (of taxes); -mokana, n. riddance, deliverance from (--°). in Sanskrit

prati-nagaram in every town; -nadi, ad. at every river; -nándana, n. greeting; grateful acceptance; -namaskâra, a. returning a reverential salutation; -nava, a. new, young, fresh, recent; -nâga, m. hostile elephant; -nâdî, f. branch-vein; -nâda, m. echo; in Sanskrit

pratî-nâha obstruction (--°); flag. in Sanskrit

prati-paksha opposite side; opposition, hostile party; opponent, adversary; rival (in, --°); --° a. rivalling: -ganman, a. produced by enemies, -tâ, f., -tva, n. opposition, hostility; -pakshita, pp. opposed, contradictory; -pakshin, m. opponent, adversar in Sanskrit

prati-pâná bartering; m. counterstake; revenge at play; -pâtram, ad. in or on every part (in a play); -pâdaka, a. (ikâ) giving, bestowing (--°); discussing, treating of, teaching; explanatory, illustrative; -pâdana, n. causing to attain (--°); giving, bes in Sanskrit

prati-phalana reflexion, reflected image. in Sanskrit

prati-pitsâ desire to obtain, striving after; -pitsu, des. a. desiring to obtain, striving after (ac. or --°); wishing to learn (ac.); -pipâdayishâ, f. desire to propound or discuss (ac.); -pipâdayishu, des. a. being about to propound, discuss, or explain in Sanskrit

prati-pragñâti discrimination, ascertainment; -pranavam, ad. at every ʻom;ʼ -pranava-samyukta, pp. accompanied with ʻomʼ on each occasion; -pranâma, m. counter-bow, salutation in return; -pratí, a. (m. n.) forming a counterpart, counterbalancing, a match in Sanskrit

prati-priya counter-favour, service in return; -prekshana, n. looking at any one again; -praisha, m. counter call; -plavana, n. leaping back. in Sanskrit

prati-pum-niyata specially meant for every soul; -purusha, m. similar man, representative; companion; doll; °-- or -m, ad. man for man, for each man; for every soul; -pustaka, n. copy of an original manuscript, transcript; -pûgaka, a. honouring (--° or g. in Sanskrit

prati-râga rival or hostile king; -râgan, m. id.; -râtram or -râtri, ad. every night; -ripu, ad. against the enemy; -rûpa, n. (counter-form), effigy, image, likeness; pattern; counterfeit, of (g.); a. resembling; corresponding, suitable; handsome, comely: in Sanskrit

prati-ragani every night; -ratha, m. (whose chariot is against one), adversary in fight, equal antagonist; -rathyam, ad. on every road; -ravá, m. shouting at any one, quarrelling, brawl; echo (sg. & pl.); -rasita, (pp.) n. echo. in Sanskrit

prati-saṅkâ supposition, considering to be (--°); -satru, m. combatant, antagonist, foe; -sabda, m. echo: -ka, m. id., -ga, a. following the sound, -vat, a. echoing; -sama, m. cessation; -sayita, pp. √sî; n. importunity; -sara, m. fracture; -sarâsana, n. in Sanskrit

prati-sheddhavya to be restrained; -- denied; -sheddhri, m. preventer, restrainer, of (g., sts. ac. of thing); -shedha, m. prevention, determent, restrainment; prohibition; annulment, negation; negative; refusal: -ka, a. (ikâ) keeping off, forbidding; neg in Sanskrit

prati-skandha each shoulder: in. each on his shoulder; -sthânam, ad. in every place, everywhere; -sneha, m. incorrect for pati-sneha; -spardhin, a. vying with, rivalling, emulating; -spasá, a. spying, lurking; -srotas, ad. against the stream, upstream; -s in Sanskrit

prati-tadvid recognition of the contrary; -tantra-siddhânta, m. doctrine recognised in various systems (but not in all); -tara, m. sailor; -taraNm, with bhû, retire more and more; -taru, ad. at every tree; -tryaham, ad. for three days each time. in Sanskrit

prati-vaktavya to be replied to; to be given (answer); to be combated or disputed; to be contradicted (person); -vakana, n. answer, reply, to (g. or --°): î-kri, give as an answer, reply with (ac.); -vakas, n. answer; -vatsara, m. year; -vatsaram, ad. eve in Sanskrit

prati-vighâta warding off; -vitapam, ad. for every branch; -vidyam, ad. at every doctrine; -vidhâtavya, fp. to be employed; -- provided against; n. impl. one should take care; -vidhâna, n. counteraction, prevention, precaution against (g. or --°); care or in Sanskrit

prati-vyâhâra answer; -vyûha, m. opposing battle-array; echo. in Sanskrit

prati-yatna trouble bestowed upon anything, elaboration, preparation, manufacture; -yâtana, n. requital: â, f. image, figure, statue (of a god); -yâna, n. return; -yâmini, ad. every night; -yâyin, a. going against, attacking; -yuddha, n. counter-contest, in Sanskrit

pratigñâ̮antara change of the proposition in an argument; -paripâlana, n. adherence to a promise, keeping one's word; -pûrvakam, ad. beginning with the prosecution; -virodha, m. contradiction between proposition and argument; -samnyâsa, m. abandonment of in Sanskrit

pratîk-î pratyañk; -îná, 1. a. turned or coming towards; -îna, 2. a. averted, turning the back; coming from or being behind; turned or lying westward; imminent, future; following upon (ab.); -î-pati, m. ep. of Varuna, ocean. in Sanskrit

pratîk-ya being or dwelling in the west; °--, the west. in Sanskrit

pratikûl-ika hostile (incorrect for prâti-). in Sanskrit

pratikûla-vakana contradiction; -vat, a. refractory, rebellious; -vartin, a. counteracting, opposing, disturbing (g.); -vâda, m. contradiction (--°); -vâdin, a. contradicting, any one (g.); -visarpin, a. moving against the wind or stream (ship) and moving in Sanskrit

pratikûla-ya P. oppose (ac.). in Sanskrit

prâtîp-ya hostility. in Sanskrit

pratîpa-vakana contradiction; -̮ukti, f. id. in Sanskrit

pratîpa-ya P. be opposed to any one (lc.); turn round, reverse. in Sanskrit

prâtît-ika existing in the idea only, subjective. in Sanskrit

prati̮â-dhaNna place for keeping anything; -nayana, n. fetching back again; bringing back, restoration; -neya, fp. to be made good. in Sanskrit

prati̮â-harana bringing back; withdrawal or withholding from (ab.); -hâra, m. withdrawal (of troops), retreat; withholding (the senses) from (ab.); abstention from the objects of the senses; withdrawal of creation, dissolution; technical grammatical contr in Sanskrit

prati̮â-kalita counterinvestigation: judicial consideration as to which of the litigants is to prove his case, after the defendant has pleaded; -kshepaka, a. mocking, deriding; -khyâta, pp. rejected, refused: -tva, n. rejection; -khyâtavya, fp. to be impu in Sanskrit

prati̮â-liṅgana return embrace; -vartana, n. return; -vâsakam, ad. to every tent; -vâsam, ad. in every house; -vritti, f. return. in Sanskrit

prati̮â-patti turning back from evil, conversion; restoration, restitution; expiation, sanctification; -plavana, n. leaping back; -mnâna, n. opposite or altered designation; -mnâya, m. id.; conclusion (in a syllogism). in Sanskrit

prati̮â-sraya shelter, abode; -srâvá, m., -sraNvana, n. answering call (ritual formula); -svâsa, m. breathing again, recovery; -svâsana, n. consolation; -samkalita, (pp.) n. weighing side by side, pondering both sides of a question; -saṅga, m. connexion; in Sanskrit

prati̮abdam every year. in Sanskrit

prati̮abhi-ghârana repeated besprinkling of a sacrificial remnant; -gñâ, f. recognition; regaining of consciousness; -gñâna, n. recognition; counter token of recognition; reciprocity; -gñâpana, n. causing to recognise; -gñâyamâna-tva, n. recognition (ps.) in Sanskrit

prati̮abhyanugñâ permission, consent; -̮abhyâsam, ad. at every repetition; -̮abhyutthâna, n. rising to receive (a guest). in Sanskrit

prati̮adhikaranam at every section or paragraph. in Sanskrit

prati̮agni towards the fire; at or in every fire. in Sanskrit

prati̮agra at the beginning], new, fresh; young; early (rays); recent; renewed, repeated: °-- or -m, ad. recently; -prasavâ, a. f. having recently brought forth, -- calved; -yauvana, a. being in early youth; -rûpa, a. youthful; -vayas, a. of youthful year in Sanskrit

prati̮aksha before the eyes, evident, visible, perceptible; clear, plain, manifest; undoubted, actual, real; immediate, direct; having a clear knowledge of (g.); n. superintendence of, care for (g.); evidence, immediate perception; cognizance: -m, ad. bef in Sanskrit

prati̮akshara-slesha-maya containing an ambiguity in every syllable (°--). in Sanskrit

prati̮amitra hostile; m. enemy, adversary. in Sanskrit

prati̮amsam upon the shoulders. in Sanskrit

prati̮anantara being in the immediate neighbourhood of (g.); next in rank; m. next of kin, heir presumptive: -m, ad. immediately after (ab.); î-bhû, betake oneself close to (g.); -̮anîka, a. (having one's face against), hostile, opposing (g.); prejudicing in Sanskrit

prati̮aṅkam in every act (of a play). in Sanskrit

prati̮apakâra counter-injury. in Sanskrit

prati̮ârambha recommencement; prohibition; annulment. in Sanskrit

prati̮ari well-matched foe, adversary equal to (g.); -̮arka, m. mock sun; -̮arkana, n. return of a salutation; -̮artham, ad. with regard to anything; -̮arthin, a. hostile; rivalling, vying with (--°); m. opponent, adversary, rival; defendant; (práti)-̮ard in Sanskrit

prati̮âsam in all directions; -̮âsâ, f. confidence in (--°); hope, expectation. in Sanskrit

prati̮âtâpá sunny spot; -̮âtma, °-- or -m, ad. for or in every soul; singly; -̮âtmaka, -̮âtmika, a. belonging to oneself, severally one's own; -̮âtmya, n. likeness to oneself: in. after his own image; -̮âdarsa, m. incorrect for pratyâdesa; -̮âdâna, n. rec in Sanskrit

prati̮ava-negana renewed ablution; -bhâsa, m. appearance before any one; -marsa, m. inward contemplation of, absorption in (--°); counter-conclusion, reconsideration; -marsana, n. inward contemplation, reflexion; -marsa-vat, a. contemplative, reflective; in Sanskrit

prati̮ava-rodhana obstruction; -rohá, m. coming down towards any one; descending succession; a kind of ritual verse; -rohana, n. coming down towards any one (from a seat, etc.); renewed descent (a domestic rite in the month Mârgasîrsha); -roham, abs. desc in Sanskrit

prati̮avara lower, more insignificant, of less value, than (ab.): -kâlam, ad. later than, after (ab.). in Sanskrit

prati̮avâya decrease, diminution; reverse, contrary course, opposite conduct; unpleasantness; disadvantage; disappointment; sin; -̮avekshana, n., -̮avekshâ, f. looking after, care, attention, trouble; -̮avekshya, fp. to be regarded or paid attention to; - in Sanskrit

prati̮aya [going or turning to, recourse], confidence, trust, belief, faith, in (g., lc., --°); conviction, certainty; proof, ascertainment; assumption; solution, explanation; conception, notion, idea; cause; ordeal; following letter (gr.); suffix (gr.): in Sanskrit

prati̮âya-ka [√i] causing to know or comprehend; convincing, credible; -̮â̮ayana, 1. n. setting (of the sun); -̮âyana [fr. cs. of √i], 2. a. convincing, credible; n. elucidation, explanation, demonstration: â, f. convincing; consolation; -̮âyayitavya, fp. in Sanskrit

prati̮ayanam every year. in Sanskrit

prati̮eka each single: °-- or -m, ad. singly; at, on, with, or for each singly; in connexion with each; -buddha, m. isolated Buddha (who works out his individual salvation only); -sas, ad. singly, for each single one. in Sanskrit

prati̮etavya to be recognised, accepted, or regarded as (nm.); -̮etos, g. inf. √i (sc. îsvarah); (práti)-̮enas, m. next heir; -̮enasya, n. next reversion of (g.). in Sanskrit

prati̮ikkha-ka receiver. in Sanskrit

prati̮îksh-a looking back (--°); waiting for, expecting; considerate towards (--°); -aka, a. waiting for, expecting (--°); -ana, n. consideration, regard; observance, fulfilment; -anîya, fp. to be waited for or expected; -am, abs. waiting for; aN, f. expe in Sanskrit

prati̮ita √i: -̮artha, a. having a recognised meaning. in Sanskrit

práti̮iti approach; obviousness; notoriety; distinct knowledge, clear conception or understanding (of anything); conviction; trust, credit. in Sanskrit

prati̮rikam at or with each stanza; -̮ritu, ad. at every season. in Sanskrit

prati̮ukta √vak; n. answer: -tva, n. refutation; -̮ukti, f. reply; -̮uggîvana, n. revival; resuscitation; -̮uta, ad. on the contrary, rather, even; -̮utkarsha, m. surpassing; -̮úttabdhi, f. supporting, propping; -̮uttambha, m.: -na, n. id.; -̮uttara, n. r in Sanskrit

prati̮upa-kâra requital of kindness, service in return; -kârin, a. returning a kindness; requiting (--°); -kriyâ, f. requital of kindness, service in return; -desa, m. instruction in return; -pannamati, a. possessed of presence of mind: -tva, n. presence in Sanskrit

prati̮upa̮âkarana recommencement of Vedic study; -̮âsanam, ad. for every kind of worship. in Sanskrit

prati̮upeya to be met or treated with (in.); -̮urasam, ad. against or upon the breast; -̮usha, m., -̮ushas, n. daybreak; -̮ûrdhvam, ad. upwards, above (ac.); -̮ûsha, m. or n. (?) dawn, daybreak; -̮ûshas, n. id.; -̮ûha, m. hindrance, impediment, obstacle: in Sanskrit

pratyag-aksha inner organ; a. having inner organs; -âtman, m. inward or individual soul; individual; -ânanda, a. consisting of inward joy; -âsis, f. personal wish; a. containing a personal wish; -udak, ad. (west-northerly, i. e.) north-westerly; -ekarasa, in Sanskrit

prâtyah-ika daily. in Sanskrit

pratyâha daily (incorrect for pratyaha). in Sanskrit

pratyák pratyañk: -tva, n. backward direction; -pushkara, a. having the bowl turned towards the west (spoon); -pravana, a. devoted to the individual soul. in Sanskrit

pratyak-sarasvatî the western Sarasvatî; -srotas, a. flowing towards the west. in Sanskrit

prâtyaksh-ika capable of direct perception. in Sanskrit

pratyaksha-vat as if it were a perfect certainty; -vidhâna, n. explicit regulation; -vishayî-bhû, present oneself within the range of vision; -vihita, pp. expressly enjoined; -vritti, a. formed clearly or intelligibly (word); -̮âgamana, n. approach in bod in Sanskrit

pratyakshâ-ya Â. become manifest: -mâna-tva, n. manifestness. in Sanskrit

pratyaksha-ya P. make manifest or visible; see with one's own eyes. in Sanskrit

pratyakshî-karana ocular inspection; -kri, look at with one's own eyes; -bhû, become manifest, appear in bodily form. in Sanskrit

pratyaṅ-mukha (î) having the face turned westward. in Sanskrit

prâtyant-ika neighbouring chief. in Sanskrit

prâtyay-ika confidential; going bail for the trustworthiness of a debtor (surety); possessing the confidence of (in.). in Sanskrit

pratyay-ita proved, trustworthy; -i-tavya, fp. credible; -in, a. trustworthy. in Sanskrit

pratyaya-sarga intellectual creation. in Sanskrit

praudha̮ukti bold assertion. in Sanskrit

praushtha-pada (î) relating to the lunar mansion Proshthapada; m. a month (=Bhâdrapada); â, f. pl. a certain double lunar mansion; î, f. day of full moon in the month Praushthapada. in Sanskrit

prav-á hovering. in Sanskrit

prâvakana usual while reciting Vedic texts; i-ka, a. id. in Sanskrit

prâvâl-ika seller of coral. in Sanskrit

prâvâr-ika maker of upper garments. in Sanskrit

prâvîn-ya skilfulness, dexterity, proficiency, in (lc. or --°). in Sanskrit

prâvrin-maya (î) resembling the rainy season. in Sanskrit

prâvrit-kâla rainy season: -vaha, a. flowing only during the rains (river). in Sanskrit

prawns in Sanskrit

pray in Sanskrit

pray for in Sanskrit

práy-as [√prî] enjoyment, delight; refreshing draught, libation (of ghee): -vat, a. offering libations. in Sanskrit

prây-ika common, usual; containing the greater part (but not everything): -tva, n. abst. n. in Sanskrit

prâya-darsana frequent phenomenon; -vidhâyin, a. resolved on dying of starvation. in Sanskrit

prâya-sas for the most part, mostly, generally, as a rule; in all probability. in Sanskrit

prâyan-îya introductory, initial; m. initiatory libation or first day of the Soma sacrifice: â, f. initiatory sacrifice. in Sanskrit

prâyâsá great exertion. in Sanskrit

prâyat-ya ritual purity. in Sanskrit

prâya̮upagamana going to death, starving oneself to death; -̮upayogika, a. most usual; -̮upavishta, pp. sitting down to starve oneself to death; -̮upa-vesa, m.: -na, n. starvation by fasting; -̮upavesin, a. sitting down to starve oneself to death. in Sanskrit

prâyena for the most part, mostly, generally, as a rule; in all probability. in Sanskrit

prâyo-bhâvin occurring generally or regularly; -vâda, m. current saying, proverb. in Sanskrit

prâyog-ika applicable. in Sanskrit

prâyog-ya belonging to what is requisite. in Sanskrit

prâyoktra (î) occasionally employed. in Sanskrit

pra̮â-rambha beginning of a task, undertaking, enterprise; commencement. in Sanskrit

pra̮adhi̮ita well-read in Vedic studies, proficient in Vedic knowledge; -̮adhyayana, n. commencement of recitation, reading, or study. in Sanskrit

pra̮adhva [fore-journey] start, precedence (e kri, place one at the head of: g.): -m, ad. far away (with kri, put aside); after the precedent of (g.); favourably, kindly; humbly. in Sanskrit

pra̮ag-ika [driving forward, pursuer], hawk. in Sanskrit

pra̮agaka driver (of a waggon); -̮agana, m. n. goad, whip. in Sanskrit

pra̮âghûrna [going forth deviously, wanderer], guest: -ka, m. id.; i-ka, m. id.; n. hospitable reception. in Sanskrit

pra̮agra extreme point: -sara, a. going in the forefront; foremost, chief, in (--°), among (g.), -hara, a. (appropriating the best), chief, principal, among (--°). in Sanskrit

pra̮âgya [having much ghee], copious, abundant; much; great, large, important; long: -bhuga, a. long-armed. in Sanskrit

pra̮ahna forenoon: lc. in the forenoon. in Sanskrit

pra̮âkâra winged ant. in Sanskrit

pra̮âkârya teacher of a teacher. in Sanskrit

pra̮amsu end raised up], lofty, high, tall; long; intense (brilliance); m. N.: -ka, a. large (animal), -tâ, f. height. in Sanskrit

pra̮aná breath; vital spirit (pl. life); vital air (five are generally assumed; but three, six, seven, nine, and even ten are also spoken of); sp. inhaled air; breath of air, wind; breath as a measure of time (requisite for pronouncing ten long syllables) in Sanskrit

pra̮añgala [having the hands outstretched]; straightforward, candid, open; level (road), straight: -tâ, f. straightness plainness (of meaning etc.); -̮añgali, a. having the folded hands outstretched (in token of respect or humility); î-bhû, hold out the f in Sanskrit

pra̮aṅgana court, courtyard; -̮aṅgana (less correct), n. id. in Sanskrit

pra̮anta [extreme end], edge, border, margin, verge, skirt; end, extremity, tip; corner (of lips, eyes, etc.): °--, in the end, eventually: -virasa, a. tasteless in the end. in Sanskrit

pra̮antara [long distance], long desolate road. in Sanskrit

pra̮âp-anîya to be caused to reach, -- brought or conveyed, to (ac.); attainable; -aya, cs. of pra̮âp; -ayi-tri, m. (trî, f.) one who causes to obtain, bestower; -ita-tva, n. occurrence, obtainment; -in, a. reaching, arriving at (--°). in Sanskrit

pra̮âpaka leading or conveying to (--°); procuring; making valid, establishing; -̮âp-ana, a. (î) leading to (--°); n. occurrence, appearance; reach, extension (of the arms); attainment, acquisition; arrival at (lc.); conveying; extension or reference to ( in Sanskrit

pra̮âpta (√âp) gotten, gained, obtained; reached, attained; met with, found; incurred, suffered; arrived, come; following from a rule (gr.): -karman, a. being the direct object (of an action) deduced from a rule (gr.); -karma-tva, n. abst. n.; -kârin, a. in Sanskrit

pra̮arth-aka soliciting; courting; m. wooer, suitor. in Sanskrit

pra̮arthana solicitation, entreaty, prayer, request, desire, for (lc. or --°); petition, suit; supplication of any one (--°): â, f. (more common), id.: -bhaṅga, m. refusal of a request, -̮abhâva, m. absence of a suit, -siddhi, f. fulfilment of a desire or in Sanskrit

pra̮âsa eating, tasting; food; first feeding of a child with rice; -̮asana, n. id.; feeding: -̮arthîya, a. intended for food; -̮asanîya, fp. serving as food. in Sanskrit

pra̮âsa throw, cast; sprinkling; dart; N. in Sanskrit

pra̮âsú very swift or agile. in Sanskrit

pra̮asu-ka free from living creatures, clean. in Sanskrit

pra̮asvamedha preliminary horse sacrifice. in Sanskrit

pra̮ay-as [precedingly: √i] for the most part, mostly, generally, as a rule; in all probability. in Sanskrit

pra̮ayá going forth (to battle); departure from life, seeking death by fasting; (what is prominent=) chief part, majority; --° a. 1. after a n., having -- for the chief part, chiefly consisting of, in which predominates, abounding in; primarily meant for; in Sanskrit

pra̮ayana entrance, commencement; course of life, career; departure from life, death; refuge: -m kri, seek death; -tas, ad. in the beginning; -̮anta, m. end of life: -m, till death; lc. at the end of life. in Sanskrit

pra̮esha order, command; invitation (esp. ritual), to (--°): -kara, -krit, a. performing behests; m. servant. in Sanskrit

pra̮etos √i (Br.). in Sanskrit

pra̮i-tvan (r-î) wandering at large; m. ep. of Indra. in Sanskrit

pra̮îksh-â seeing, viewing; looking on at a performance or entertainment; appearance; good looks, beauty; public spectacle, show; being regarded as or taken to mean (--°); reflexion, deliberation; understanding: -̮agâra, m. n., -griha, n. playhouse, theat in Sanskrit

pra̮îksh-aka (ikâ) looking on; looking at or intending to look at (ac.); considering, investigating, judging; m. spectator; -ana, n. viewing, looking at; looking on at a performance; view, look; eye; public show, spectacle: -ka, a. looking on; m. spectato in Sanskrit

pra̮îksh-ita viewed, beheld, looked at, etc.; n. glance, look; -i-tavya, fp. to be seen or beheld; -i-tri, m. spectator; -in, a. beholding, looking on or towards; watching for; having a glance like (--°, e. g. a deer); -ya, fp. to be seen, visible; to be in Sanskrit

pra̮îpsâ wish to obtain; desire; assumption, supposition; -̮îpsu, des. a. wishing to obtain, seeking, longing for, aiming at; assuming, supposing. in Sanskrit

pra̮îr-aka urging, impelling; m. stimulator, instigator; -ana, n. (also â, f.) stimulation, instigation, incitement, to (prati); activity, action; -anîya, fp. to be urged, to (d.); -ita, pp. urged, instigated, etc.; sent, despatched; -itri, m. instigator, in Sanskrit

pra̮ish-ita sent, despatched on an errand; -itavya, fp. n. impl. one should call upon. in Sanskrit

pra̮ishana despatching (a messenger), to any one (prati); sending on a mission, charge, commission, order; rendering of a service: -krit, a. executing an order or commission, -̮adhyaksha, m. head of the executive. in Sanskrit

pra̮ishya to be sent or despatched; m. servant, menial; n. servitude; behest, command: -kara, a. performing the behests of (g.); -gana, m. domestics, household; servant; -tâ, f., -tva, n. servitude, bondage, to (--°); -bhâva, m. condition of a servant, se in Sanskrit

pra̮ita gone forward, i. e. departed, dead; m. dead man, corpse; ghost, spirit: -karman, n. funeral ceremony; -kârya, -kritya, n. id.; -gata, pp. gone to the departed, dead; -gopa, m. guardian of the dead (in Yama's realm); -kârin, a. moving among the dea in Sanskrit

pra̮itya after dying, i.e. in the other world (opp. iha): -gâti, f. position in the next world; -bhâg, a. enjoying the fruits of anything after death; -bhâva, m. condition after death, future life: i-ka, a. relating to the condition after death. in Sanskrit

pra̮udaka dripping, wet; from which the water has run off; -̮udakî-bhâva, m. dripping off of water; -̮udgârin, a. giving forth (--°); -̮udghushta, pp. resonant, resounding; -̮udghoshanâ, f. proclaiming aloud; -̮uddanda, a. prominent, swollen; -̮uddâma, a. in Sanskrit

pra̮ûdha (√vah) full grown, fully developed; mature, middle-aged (woman); luxuriant (of plants); large, great; strong, impetuous, violent; thick, dense; full of (--°); self-confident, bold, saucy, pert (esp. of girls): -tva, n. boldness, pertness; -pâda, in Sanskrit

pra̮ûdhi growth, increase; maturity, perfection; self-confidence, boldness, assurance. in Sanskrit

pra̮ukkanda extremely violent or powerful; -̮ukkâtanâ, f. scaring away; -̮ukkais, in. ad. exceedingly loud; in a very high degree; -̮ugghitum, inf. (√uggh) to escape, evade; -̮uñkhana, n. wiping away or off; -̮uta, pp. (√vâ, weave), woven, sewn, etc.; -̮u in Sanskrit

pra̮ukta (√vak) declared, etc.: -kârin, a. doing what he is told. in Sanskrit

pra̮ushna burning hot. in Sanskrit

pra◡́anana [√an] animating, quickening; n. respiration; animating. in Sanskrit

pra◡́âpti advent, occurrence (of time); reach, range; arrival at (--°); power of obtaining anything one wants (one of the eight supernatural powers or siddhis); rescue from (ab.); attainment, acquisition, gain; occurrence; discovery, determination; obtain in Sanskrit

pra◡́arpana arouser, author (V.); -̮arpya, gd. having roused. in Sanskrit

pra◡́artha eager; m. equipment, implement. in Sanskrit

pra◡́asita eaten; -̮asi-trí, m. eater. in Sanskrit

pra◡́iti departure, flight. in Sanskrit

pra◡́ukshana besprinkling with water; consecration by sprinkling; vessel for holy water: î, f. pl. water for sprinkling, holy water (containing grains of rice and barley); sg. vessel for holy water: î-ya, n. sg. & pl. holy water. in Sanskrit

pré-shtha priya) dearest, most beloved; m. lover, husband: â, f. mistress, wife. in Sanskrit

pré-yas priya) dearer, more agreeable, etc.; m. lover; n. flattery (rh.): -î, f. mistress, wife; -tâ, f., -tva, n. being dearer, greater dearness. in Sanskrit

preaching in Sanskrit

preceptor in Sanskrit

preceptor for all in Sanskrit

Precession of Equinoxes. Used to convert Tropical positions to Sidereal in Sanskrit

precious stones in Sanskrit

precise (literally in Sanskrit

predominance in Sanskrit

prefix for well in Sanskrit

pregnancy in Sanskrit

prema-bandha bond of love, affection: -na, n. id.; -bhâva, m. affection; -râsî-bhû, become a heap of affection, become intense (love); -vat, a. (-î) loving, affectionate; -visvâsa-bhûmi, f. object of love and confidence. in Sanskrit

prema̮âkara wealth of love; â-bandha, m. bond of love, affection. in Sanskrit

preṅkh-á rocking, swaying, pitching; m., â, f. swing; -ana, n. moving towards (--°); n. swinging; kind of minor play in one act. in Sanskrit

prepare food in Sanskrit

prepared in Sanskrit

prepared to risk life in Sanskrit

preposition in Sanskrit

prerogative in Sanskrit

prescribed in Sanskrit

prescribed according to one's nature in Sanskrit

prescribed behavior for humans in Sanskrit

prescribed duty in Sanskrit

presence/nearness of in Sanskrit

present in Sanskrit

present or future) in Sanskrit

present participle of ishh in Sanskrit

preshyâ handmaid: -tva, n. condition of a handmaid. in Sanskrit

pressure cooker in Sanskrit

preta̮adhipa Lord of the dead, ep. of Yama: -nagarî, f. city of Yama; -̮adhipati, m. Lord of the dead or the Manes; -̮anna, n. food offered to the Manes; -̮âvâsa, m. burial-place; -̮asthi, n. bone of a dead man. in Sanskrit

preta̮îsa Lord of the dead, ep. of Yama; -̮îsvara, m. id. in Sanskrit

pretender in Sanskrit

previous in Sanskrit

prî --°) kind; delighting in. in Sanskrit

prî-n-ana pleasing, soothing; n. delectation, satisfaction; means of satisfying etc. in Sanskrit

prî-n-aya √prî. in Sanskrit

prî-ti satisfaction, gratification, joy, delight, pleasure (in or at, lc. or --°); kindly feeling, favour; friendship, with (samam or --°); affection, love, or fondness for (g., lc., --°); Joy (personified, esp. as the daughter of Daksha and as one of the in Sanskrit

prídâku adder, snake. in Sanskrit

pride in Sanskrit

pridelessness in Sanskrit

priest in Sanskrit

prik-ta √prik. in Sanskrit

prikkh-aka asking, inquiring, about (g.); -â, f. question, addressed to (--°), inquiry regarding (--°). in Sanskrit

prikkha √prakh. in Sanskrit

príksh comfort; nourishment. in Sanskrit

priksh-á spotted, dappled; or according to the commentators, furnished with nourishment; m. dappled horse; N. in Sanskrit

principal in Sanskrit

printer in Sanskrit

pris-ana [√spris] hug, caress. in Sanskrit

pris-anî [√spris] hugging, caressing, tender. in Sanskrit

prís-ni [(s)pris-ni, touched, spotted], speckled, dappled (esp. of kine): pl. manifold; f. dappled cow; milk; earth; cloud; starry sky; N. of the mother of the Maruts: (in C. this word occurs only as a N.) in Sanskrit

prísh-at (-î) speckled, spotted, dappled (V.); m. spotted gazelle; prishatâm patih, m. lord of the dappled (clouds), wind; -î, f. dappled cow; piebald mare; female of the spotted gazelle. in Sanskrit

prish-at-á spotted gazelle; drop of water; spot. in Sanskrit

prish-tá (√prakh) asked, questioned, interrogated; demanded, etc.: -prativakana, n. answering a question; -vat, pp. act. (he) asked or questioned; -̮abhidhâyin, a. answering when asked, always ready with a reply. in Sanskrit

prish-tí rib. in Sanskrit

príshad-asva having dappled horses (RV.); m. wind (also personified); -âgya, n. speckled butter, ghee clotted with curds. in Sanskrit

prishaNta-ka Rudra. in Sanskrit

prishat-ka (variegated), arrow. in Sanskrit

prisha̮udará speckle-bellied. in Sanskrit

pRishhThe+bhaanuH in Sanskrit

príshth-ya bearing on the back; ±asva, m. riding- or pack-horse; a. coming from the heights. in Sanskrit

prishthá [pra-sthá, prominent ridge], prominent back of animals; back; upper side, surface; height, ridge, top; hinder part, rear; kind of Stotra (consisting of several Sâmans and employed at the midday libation): lc. at the back, in or from the rear, beh in Sanskrit

prishtha-desa back part, rear: lc. behind (g.); -pâtin, a. being at any one's back, keeping an eye on one; -pîthî, f. broad back; -bhâga, m. hind part, back; rear; -bhûmi, f. top-storey, roof-terrace (of a palace); -madhya, m. middle of the back; -mâmsa, in Sanskrit

prishtha-ka back: e kri, put behind one, disregard, renounce; -ga, a. riding on (g. or --°); -gopa, m. protector of one's rear; -tap, a. letting one's back be scorched (by the sun). in Sanskrit

prishtha-tás on or at the back; from behind; backward; behind (g., --°); with the back=with averted face; behind the back, secretly; -tah kri, take on the back; turn one's back to; put behind one, abandon, renounce, disregard; -to gam, follow; pursue; -to in Sanskrit

prishtha̮anuga going behind, following; -̮anugâmin, a. id.; -̮avagunthana-pata, m. horse-cloth; -̮ashthîla, n. (?) tortoise's back. in Sanskrit

prisni-mat containing the word ʻPrisni;ʼ (prísni)-mâtri, a. having the earth or Prisni as a mother. in Sanskrit

prison in Sanskrit

prít combat, battle (only lc. pl.). in Sanskrit

prít-ana hostile host; â, f. contest, battle; hostile host; army; sp. division of an army (consisting of 243 elephants, 243 chariots, 729 cavalry, and 1215 infantry). in Sanskrit

prîta-tara more pleased; -manas, a. delighted at heart; -̮âtman, a. id. in Sanskrit

pritan-yá P. fight against, attack: pr. pt. fighting; m. enemy. in Sanskrit

pritan-yú attacking; m. enemy. in Sanskrit

pritanâ-sháh (str. st. -shaNh) conquering hostile hosts. in Sanskrit

pritanâ-ya -y-át, fighting; m. enemy. in Sanskrit

prith-á palm of the hand; a measure of length=13 aṅgulis; â, f. N. of one of the wives of Pându. in Sanskrit

prith-â son of Prithâ, metr. of Yudhishthira; -̮âtmaga, m. id.; -bhû, m. id.; -suta, m. son of Prithâ, metr. of Arguna; -sûnu, m. son of Prithâ, metr. of Yudhishthira. in Sanskrit

prith-i-v-î [=prithu̮î] the (wide) earth, orbis terrarum (three earths are spoken of); Earth (personified); land, realm; ground; earth (as an element). in Sanskrit

prith-ú (v-î & in C. u) broad, wide, spacious, large, great; copious; far-extending; abundant, extensive, manifold, numerous; detailed; m. a measure of length (= pritha); N. in Sanskrit

prithag-artha having separate and distinct advantages; having a severally distinct meaning: -tâ, f. separate signification; -âlaya, a. pl. having separate dwellings; -upâdâna, n. separate mention. in Sanskrit

prithag-gana separate or distinct class; -gotra, a. pl. belonging to different families; -gana, m. man of lower classes: sg. & pl. common people; -gaya, m. victory in a duel; -dris, a. seeing something different from (ab.); -dvâra, n. pl. special doors, i in Sanskrit

prithak-kârya separate business, private affair; -kriti, f. individual; -kriyâ, f. separation; -kshetra, a. pl. begotten by one father on different mothers; -keshtâ, f. various and distinct activities; -tâ, f., -tva, n. separateness; separation; severalty in Sanskrit

prithivî-kampa earthquake; -kshit, a. inhabiting the earth; earth-ruling; m. prince, king; -kandra, m. N. of a prince of Trigarta; -tala, n. surface of the earth, ground; also=world, infernal regions (bottom of the earth); -danda-pâla, m. chief constable in Sanskrit

príthu-ka half-ripe, flattened rice; m. boy; young of an animal; -ku- ka̮utpîdam, abs. pressing to her full bosom; -kâru̮añkita̮îkshana, a. having wide, beautiful, and curved eyes; -gaghana, a. having broad hips; -tara, cpv. very great or considerable; -t in Sanskrit

prithu-la broad, great. in Sanskrit

prithu-lokana large-eyed. in Sanskrit

prithu-vakshas broad-chested; -vyamsa, a. broad-shouldered; (ú)-siras, a. broad- or flat-headed; -srávas, a. far-famed; m. N.; -srî, a. of great prosperity, extremely fortunate; -sronĭ̂, a. f. broad-hipped; -sampad, a. extremely wealthy. in Sanskrit

prithula̮ogas having great energy. in Sanskrit

prithu̮î the (wide) earth; land, realm; ground; earth (as an element): -khâta, n. cavern or hole in the earth; -griha, n. dwelling in the earth, cave; -tala, n. surface of the earth, dry land; -danda-pâla, m. chief constable of the country: -tâ, f. office in Sanskrit

prithu̮udara (broad-bellied), N. of a Yaksha. in Sanskrit

private in Sanskrit

privilege in Sanskrit

priy-á [√prî] dear, beloved, of (d., g., lc., --°); favourite, cherished; pleasing, agreeable; dear, expensive (very rare); fond of, prone or attached to (lc. or --°); °-- of a. cpds. before a noun, fond of, devoted to; with ab. dearer than; -m, ad. agree in Sanskrit

priya-ka deer (with a very soft pile); kind of bird; a tree; -kara, a. pleasing, delightful; -karman, n. act of a lover; a. doing a service, kind; -kalaha, a. quarrelsome; -kâma, a. desirous of rendering a service to (g.); -kâm-yâ, f. desire of doing any in Sanskrit

priya-kikîrshâ desire to do any one (g.) a kindness; -kikîrshu, des. a. wishing to do a service to any one (g.); -gana, m. loved person (male or female); -gâni, m. gallant, lover; -gîvita, a. to whom life is dear: -tâ, f. attachment to life; (á)-tama, spv in Sanskrit

priya-m-kara (â, î) doing a service or kindness to (g.); agreeable, delightful; m. N. of a Dânava. in Sanskrit

priya-m-vada speaking kindly, affable to (g. or --°); m. N.: â, f. N.; -vadaka, m. N. in Sanskrit

priyâla Piyal. in Sanskrit

priya̮âkhya announcing good tidings; called pleasure; â-gana, m. pl. loved ones, mistresses; a̮atithi, a. fond of guests, hospitable; a̮âtman, a. of an agreeable nature, pleasant; a̮annatva, n. dearness of food; a̮apriyá, n. (sg., du., pl.) what is agreea in Sanskrit

priya̮âlâpin speaking pleasantly, amiable; -̮asûya-matî, f. N. in Sanskrit

priya̮eshin desirous of pleasing (--°); -̮ukti, f. kind or friendly speech. in Sanskrit

prize in Sanskrit

pro pra+u (not liable to euphonic combination). in Sanskrit

procedure/practice/custom in Sanskrit

procrastinates in Sanskrit

procrastinating in Sanskrit

procure in Sanskrit

produce in Sanskrit

produced in Sanskrit

produced by the material nature in Sanskrit

produced from the churning of the ocean in Sanskrit

produced of in Sanskrit

producing the material bodies of the living entities in Sanskrit

production in Sanskrit

professor in Sanskrit

proficient in Sanskrit

Progeny in Sanskrit

programme in Sanskrit

progress in Sanskrit

project in Sanskrit

proktAn.h + ena + eva:said + this + alone in Sanskrit

proletarianism in Sanskrit

prominent in Sanskrit

promotion in Sanskrit

prone to end in Sanskrit

proof in Sanskrit

proof of the trustworthiness of a source of knowledge in Sanskrit

proper in Sanskrit

proportion in Sanskrit

proprietorship in Sanskrit

prosecution in Sanskrit

proselytization in Sanskrit

próshtha [pra̮ava-stha, standing out below], bench, stool: pl. N. of a people: e-sayá, a. lying on a couch. in Sanskrit

prosperity in Sanskrit

prosperous in Sanskrit

protect in Sanskrit

protect me from the northern direction in Sanskrit

protecting armour in Sanskrit

protecting RAma in Sanskrit

protection in Sanskrit

protection to in Sanskrit

protector in Sanskrit

protector of the earth in Sanskrit

proth-a (?) nostrils (of a horse); snout (of a boar); buttocks (of a man). in Sanskrit

proud in Sanskrit

proud or arrogant in Sanskrit

provision in Sanskrit

prowess in Sanskrit

prrotect in Sanskrit

prúsh-vâ (or aN) rime, ice. in Sanskrit

ps-úr-as [bh(a)s-ur-as] crop. in Sanskrit

psychiatry in Sanskrit

psychic centre in humans in Sanskrit

pû-yá-mâna √pû. in Sanskrit

publication in Sanskrit

pudgala beautiful; m. body; material object (including atoms); the ego, soul; individual. in Sanskrit

pûg-â honour, respect; homage, worship, adoration; hospitable reception (--° after the object of the honour or that with which it is shown): -kara, a. doing or showing honour or homage to (--°); -griha, n. house of worship, temple; -̮arha, a. worthy of ho in Sanskrit

pûg-aka (ikâ) honouring, reverencing, worshipping (g. or --°); -ana, n. honouring, worshipping, hospitable reception of (g. or --°); -anîya, fp. to be worshipped or honoured, by (g.); deemed worthy of respect, worship, or honour; -ayitavya, fp. id.; -ayit in Sanskrit

pûg-ita honoured, treated with marks of distinction. in Sanskrit

pûg-ya to be honoured or worshipped; venerable, adorable; fit for or deserving of worship, adoration, etc. (with in., g., or --°): -tama, spv. most worthy of honour; -tâ, f., -tva, n. venerableness. in Sanskrit

pûga society, corporation; multitude, quantity; betel-palm (Areca Catechu); n. betel-nut: -yagña, m. sacrifice offered for a corporation. in Sanskrit

pûgâ̮upakarana requisite for doing honour (Pr.). in Sanskrit

pûgî-phala betel-nut; -latâ, f. betel-palm. in Sanskrit

pukkasa Sûdrâ). in Sanskrit

púkkha tail; extreme end: -vat, a. possessed of a tail; -̮agra, n. tip of the tail. in Sanskrit

pul-ina alluvial formation in a river, low sandbank, small island: -dvîpa- sobhita, pp. adorned with sandbanks and islands; -pradesa, m. sandbank. in Sanskrit

pûla bunch: pl. straw: -ka, m. id. in Sanskrit

pula-ha Rishi, mentioned as one of the spiritual sons of Brahman, as one of the Pragâpatis, and as one of the seven Rishis; N. of a star. in Sanskrit

pula-ka erection of the hairs of the body (symptomatic of exquisite delight). in Sanskrit

pulâka blighted grain. in Sanskrit

pulaka-ya P. feel an erection of the hairs of the body (caused by pleasure): pp. ita, having the hairs of the body erect (symptomatic of exquisite delight), feeling a thrill of joy. in Sanskrit

pulas-tí wearing the hair of the head smooth. in Sanskrit

pulas-tya Rishi, mentioned as one of the spiritual sons of Brahman, as one of the Pragâpatis, and as one of the seven Rishis; N. of a star. in Sanskrit

pulinda Sabaras); sg. man of this tribe; prince of the Pulindas: -ka, m. id.; N. of a prince of the Pulindas, Sabaras, and Bhillas. in Sanskrit

puller-up in Sanskrit

puloma-gâ Indrânî. in Sanskrit

puloma̮ari foe of Puloman, ep. of Indra. in Sanskrit

pum-bhâva manhood, male sex; -bhûman, m. masculine plural. in Sanskrit

pum-gava (male cow), bull; hero, chief among, most excellent of (--°): -ketu, m. having a bull for his emblem, ep. of Siva. in Sanskrit

pum-napumsaka masculine and neuter; -nâga, m. a tree (Rottleria tinctoria); elephant among men, pre-eminent man; (n)nâman, a. bearing the name of ʻpudʼ (hell). in Sanskrit

pum-pasu human victim, human sacrifice. in Sanskrit

pum-ratna jewel of a man; -rûpa, n. male form; -lakshman, n. mark of a man, manliness; -liṅga, n. mark of a man, manliness; male gender (gr.); a. masculine (gr.): -tâ, f. masculine gender; -vat, ad. like a man; as in the case of a man; like the masculine in Sanskrit

pum-savana causing the birth of a male child; n. (±vrata) domestic rite (at the beginning of conception) for the obtainment of a son. in Sanskrit

pums-kal-î consorting with men; f. whore; -îya, m. son of a whore. in Sanskrit

pums-kokila male Indian cuckoo: -tva, n. virility, manhood; masculine gender (gr.). in Sanskrit

pún-ya auspicious, propitious, lucky, favourable; beautiful, agreeable; fragrant; good, virtuous, righteous, meritorious; pure, purifying, holy; n. the good, virtue; good work; moral or religious merit: -kartri, m. righteous man; -karman, n. virtuous acti in Sanskrit

punaH+api in Sanskrit

punah-pâka repeated cooking; repeated burning (of earthenware); -pratyupakâra, m. retribution; -prepsâ, f. desire to regain. in Sanskrit

punah-samskâra renewed consecration; -samgama, m. re-union; -samdhâna, n. id.; -sambhava, m. renewal; -sara, a. coming back; -siddha, pp. cooked twice. in Sanskrit

púnar back, home; again, anew; any more or longer, still, yet; further, moreover, besides; on the contrary, on the other hand, but, nevertheless: with i, gam, gâ, go back, go away again; with dâ, give back, restore; requite; with bhû, turn round; be renew in Sanskrit

punar-apagama going away again; -abhidhâna, n. repeated mention; -abhyâkâram, abs. by repeatedly attracting; -âgata, pp. returned; -âgama, m. return: -âgamana, n. coming back, return; re-birth; -âdâyam, abs. repeatedly; -âdhâna, n. renewed kindling of the in Sanskrit

punar-gamana setting out again; -garbha-vat-î, a. f. again pregnant; -grahana, n. repetition; -ganman, n. second birth, regeneration; -gâta, pp. born again; -darsana, n. seeing again; -dâra-kriyâ, f. marrying again (after the death of the first wife); -bh in Sanskrit

punar-ukta said over again, repeated; superfluous, useless: -m or °--, ad. repeatedly; n. repetition, tautology: -tâ, f., -tva, n. repetition, tautology; -ukta-vad- âbhâsa, m. seeming tautology (rh.); -ukti, f. repetition; useless repetition, tautology; u in Sanskrit

punar-yuddha renewal of battle; -lâbha, m. re-attainment, recovery; -lekhana, n. renewed writing down; -vaktavya, fp. to be repeated: -tâ, f. abst. n.; -vakana, n. saying over again, repeating; -vasu, a. bringing back boons; m. du. & sg. fifth or seventh in Sanskrit

punas-tarâm over and over again. in Sanskrit

punching machine in Sanskrit

pundárîka (white) lotus flower (also as an emblem of the human heart); m. N. of the elephant of the south-eastern quarter; -mukhî, f. kind of leech; -̮aksha, m. Lotus-eyed, ep. of Vishnu or Krishna. in Sanskrit

punditry in Sanskrit

pundra sectarian mark; -ka, m. pl. id.; -vardhana, n. N. of a town; -̮ikshu, m. sugar-cane. in Sanskrit

puñga (--°) heap, mass; quantity of. in Sanskrit

puñga-ya P. heap up, compress, put together: pp. ita, heaped; pressed together, clenched. ud, heap up. in Sanskrit

pungent in Sanskrit

punishment in Sanskrit

puṅkh-a feathered end of an arrow: i-ta, pp. possessed of a feathered end (arrow); shot by (--°). in Sanskrit

puNrva-tara long past; also= pûrva: -m, ad. long beforehand; -tas, ad. before, in front; towards or in the east; first; -taskara, m. former thief, reformed thief; -tâ, f. condition of being accompanied by (--°); -tra=lc. (of pûrva), e.g. -- ganmani, in a in Sanskrit

puNrvena before, in front of; to the east of. in Sanskrit

punya̮âtman righteous, virtuous; -̮âsaya, a. pious, guileless; -̮ahá, n. good or happy day; wishing any one a good day: -vâkana, n. wishing good day, paying one's respects to (g.); -̮eka-karman, a. doing virtuous actions exclusively; -̮udaya, m. rise of f in Sanskrit

pûpa cake: -sâlâ, f. bakehouse. in Sanskrit

pur-a castle, fortified city; town; =Tri-pura, the three citadels of the Asuras: î, f. id. in Sanskrit

pûr-a filling; satisfying; m. filling; satisfying; swelling of a river or of the ocean; volume of water, flood, stream (often --° with words denoting water or other fluid); superabundance, high degree of (--°); cake; slow inhalation of breath through the in Sanskrit

pur-ás forward; before, in front, in the van; in one's presence; in or towards the east; previously, first, first of all; prp. before, in front or presence of (ac., ab., g., --°); before (g. of time); puras-kri, place in front or at the head, cause to pre in Sanskrit

pûr-aya √1. pri, fill. in Sanskrit

pûr-bhíd destroying citadels; -bhídya, n. destruction of citadels. in Sanskrit

pur-î citadel, city, town. in Sanskrit

pûr-ikâ cake; -in, a. (--°) filling; fulfilling. in Sanskrit

púr-îsha î) [fillings, heaps: √1. pri], crumbling earth (opp. fluids), land, earth (V.); rubbish, rubble (V.); dirt, excrement (Br., S.; C.); -̮âdhâna, n. rectum, strait-gut; -̮utsarga, m. discharge of excrement. in Sanskrit

pûr-ná (√1. pri) filled, full: -kâma, a. whose wishes are fulfilled; -kumbha, m. pitcher full of water (also with apâm); m. n. breach of a particular form; a. having a full pitcher; -kandra, m. full moon: -nibha, a. resembling the full moon, -prabhâ, f. l in Sanskrit

pûr-tá (√1. pri) filled; bestowed; fulfilled; n. fulfilment; reward; merit; charitable work. in Sanskrit

pûr-tí filling, completion; fulfilment; reward. in Sanskrit

pûr-ú man; N. of a tribe; N. of a prince, son of Yayâti; N. of the author of a Vedic hymn. in Sanskrit

pûr-va being in front, fore; fronting, eastern; being to the east of (ab.); preceding; former, earlier; prior to (ab. or --°); ancient, traditional, of the olden time; first (in succession); lowest (fine); previously or first mentioned or named; very comm in Sanskrit

pura(h)-ushnih (12 + 8 + 8 syllables); -etrí, m. one who goes before, leader, guide. in Sanskrit

pura-dvâra city gate. in Sanskrit

purâ-kathâ tale of the olden time; -kalpa, m. bygone age: lc. sg. & pl. in olden times; -krita, pp. formerly done; n. former deed; -gaN, a. born in the olden time, ancient, primaeval. in Sanskrit

pura-kotta citadel: -pâla, m. commandant of a --; -gana, m. sg. the citizens; -git, m. conqueror of citadels or of Pura, ep. of Siva (cp. tri-pura). in Sanskrit

pura-m-dará destroyer of strongholds, ep. of Indra, Agni, and Siva: (a)-pura̮atithi, m. guest in Indra's city=deceased; -purî, f. N. of a town. in Sanskrit

pura-m-gaya conqueror of cities, N. in Sanskrit

pura-mathana crusher of Pura, ep. of Siva; -mârga, m. street; -raksha, -rakshin, m. town watchman, policeman; -vâsin, m. citizen; -sâsana, m. chastiser of Pura, ep. of Siva. in Sanskrit

purâ-ná (î) belonging to the olden time, primaeval, ancient, old; withered (leaf); n. things of the olden time; tale of past ages, ancient legend; Purâna, N. of eighteen legendary works treating chiefly of cosmogony and divine genealogy; m. a coin of a ce in Sanskrit

purâ-tana (î) belonging to the olden time, bygone, former, ancient, old: lc. formerly, in olden times, in bygone ages; m. pl. the ancients. in Sanskrit

pura-tas forward; before (also of time), in front or in presence of (g. or --°); previously: -- kri, place in front; honour. in Sanskrit

purâ-vid knowing the past, versed in ancient lore; -vritta, pp. having happened in the olden time, long past, ancient; n. event of the past: -kathâ, f. story or legend of the olden time; -̮âkhyâna-kathanam, n. telling of old legends. in Sanskrit

purah-pâka whose fulfilment is imminent; -prahartri, m. champion; -phala, a. prognosticating fruits. in Sanskrit

purah-sará (î) preceding; m. forerunner; attendant; --° a. preceded, attended, or accompanied by: -m, ad. amid, with, by means of, after (--°). in Sanskrit

purah-sukram as if the planet Venus were in front. in Sanskrit

púram-dhi spirited; f. sg. and pl. high spirit, enthusiasm, exaltation. in Sanskrit

puraN once upon a time, formerly; in a previous existence (with na, never); in the olden time, in days of yore; at first; ± sma, with pr. (to be translated by pf.) hitherto, long, from of old: with na, never yet (to be translated by pf.); with pr.=ft. soo in Sanskrit

Purana in Sanskrit

puras-kárana preparatory to (--°); n. preparatory rite: -tâ, f. preparation. in Sanskrit

puras-kartavya to be placed in front, to be honoured or respected; -kâra, m. preference; deference; accompaniment: --° a.=accompanied by; -kârya, fp. to be entrusted with or commissioned to (lc. or inf.); -kriyâ, f. deference, honour. in Sanskrit

purás-tât forward; before, in front, in one's presence; in or from the east; above or below (in a book); in the beginning, at first; previously, formerly; prp. with ac., ab., g., or --°, before (of time or place). in Sanskrit

purastâd-apakarsha anticipation (gr.); -brihatî, f. a metre (a brihatî the first pâda of which has twelve syllables). in Sanskrit

purastât-tna preceding. in Sanskrit

pura̮adhipa governor of a city, head constable; -̮adhyaksha, m. commandant of a castle, governor of a city, chief constable; -̮arâti, m. foe of Pura, ep. of Siva; -̮ari, m. id. in Sanskrit

pûra̮utpîda sudden rise in the volume of water. in Sanskrit

pura̮uttama best of cities; -̮utsava, m. festival celebrated in the city; -̮udyâna, n. city pleasure-grounds or park, public garden. in Sanskrit

pure in Sanskrit

pure consciousness in Sanskrit

Pure Planets i.e. Waxing Moon in Sanskrit

purî-tát pericardium or entrail near the heart; entrails. in Sanskrit

purification in Sanskrit

purification acquired by virtuous deeds in Sanskrit

purification of one's existence in Sanskrit

Purificationary rite in Sanskrit

purified in Sanskrit

purified butter in Sanskrit

purifying in Sanskrit

purîsh-yã being in the earth (ep. of fire); rich in land; excremental. in Sanskrit

purî̮ashta the eight component parts of the body: -ka, n. id. in Sanskrit

pûrn-i-mâ day or night of full moon: -dina, n. day of full moon, -râtri, f., -sarvarî, f. night of full moon. in Sanskrit

pûrna̮añgali two handfuls; -̮âtman, m. probably incorrect for prânâtman; -̮ânanda, m. perfect joy; -̮apûrna, pp. sometimes full, sometimes short (measure); -̮âyata, (pp.) n. bow fully drawn; -̮artha, a. having one's object attained or one's wish fulfilled in Sanskrit

pûrna̮ikkha whose wish has been fulfilled; -̮indu, m. full moon: -vadana, a. having a face like the full moon. in Sanskrit

pûrna̮upamâ complete simile (containing all the four requisites: opp. luptopamâ). in Sanskrit

puro-(a)nuvâkyẫ introductory or invocatory verse (to be recited before the havis). in Sanskrit

puro-bhâga front part; forwardness, obtrusiveness; disfavour: -m muk, abandon one's forwardness = retire discomfited; (mama) e, before (me); -bhâgin, a. obtrusive, forward; grudging, censorious; -bhâvin, a. impending, imminent; -mâruta, m. east wind; -muk in Sanskrit

puro-dha-s (one placed at the head: √dhâ), appointed priest, domestic chaplain of a prince; -dhâ, f. office of Purohita or domestic priest; -dhâtri, a. appointing the Purohita; -dh-ikâ, f. (preferred), favourite. in Sanskrit

puro-ga going before, preceding; chief, best; m. leader: --° a. having -- at the head, led by, following or accompanying; attended, filled, or inspired with; -gata, pp. standing or placed before or in front; -gama, a. going before, preceding; chief, best; in Sanskrit

puró-hita set before or in charge, appointed (esp. to priestly functions); m. commissioned person, agent; sp. appointed priest, domestic chaplain of a prince: -tva, n. office of a Purohita; (ó)-hiti, f. priestly service. in Sanskrit

puro-nihsarana precedence in going out. in Sanskrit

puro-rathá whose car is in front of others; surpassing others, pre-eminent; -rúk, a. shining before; f. kind of Nivid verse to be recited before the hymn (sûkta) or its parts at the morning sacrifice during the recitation of the Âgya and Praüga; -vartin, in Sanskrit

purposeless/in vain/danger-productive in Sanskrit

purposelss in Sanskrit

pûrta-ya P. with dharmam, perform charitable works. in Sanskrit

puru-hâni great loss; -hûtá, pp. much-invoked; m. ep. of Indra. in Sanskrit

puru-kshú rich in food; -git, m. N.; -táma, spv. ever-recurring; -traN, (V.) ad. in many ways, places, or directions; frequently; -dhá (only before two consonants) or -dhaN, ad. in many ways; frequently; -vîra, a. rich or abounding in men (RV.). in Sanskrit

purû-rávas crying much or loud; m. N. of the lover of Urvasî; -vásu, a. possessing many goods, abounding in wealth. in Sanskrit

púru-sha puN-), man; human being (pl. people; mankind); person (with danda, m. punishment personified); attendant; functionary; personal and animating principle, soul; highest personal principle, universal soul, Supreme Spirit (sts. with para, parama, or in Sanskrit

Purujit in Sanskrit

purûk-î *puru̮añk, extending in many directions), abundant, ample; long (years). in Sanskrit

purush-î female, woman. in Sanskrit

purusha-ka vertical position, rearing (in horses); -kâra, m. human effort (opp. fate); manly act, heroism; haughtiness, pride: e-na hîna, destitute of human effort to save it (animal); -ghâ, a. f. having killed her husband; -kkhandása, n. metre appropriat in Sanskrit

purusha̮âkâra having a human form; -̮âkriti, f. figure of a man; -̮ada, a. (î) man-devouring; m. man-eater, Râkshasa: -ka, a., m. id.; -̮anrita, n. falsehood respecting a human being; -̮antara, n. another (= following) generation; m. (sc. samdhi) proxyshi in Sanskrit

purusha̮uttama best of men; excellent servant; highest person, supreme soul, ep. of Vishnu or Krishna; N.; -̮upa-hâra, m. human sacrifice. in Sanskrit

pûrv-î purú. in Sanskrit

pûrv-yá (or less commonly puNrvya) former, ancient; preceding, first; next; most excellent: -m, ad. previously, first, long since. in Sanskrit

pûrvâ east. in Sanskrit

pûrva-bhâga fore or upper part; earlier part (of the day=forenoon, morning); -bhaNg, a. receiving the first share, privileged; excellent; relating to what precedes; -bhâva, m. priority; -bhâvin, a. preceding, prior; -bhâshin, a. speaking first, affable; - in Sanskrit

pûrva-dakshina south-eastern; -datta, pp. previously given or presented; -dis, f. eastern quarter, east; -dishta, pp. determined by previous actions; -dîkshin, a. taking the first consecration (of two or more who sacrifice at the same time and place); -du in Sanskrit

pûrva-gá born or produced before others, former, ancient; first-born, elder, eldest (son, brother, sister); prior to (--°); m. forefather, ancestor; eldest son; elder or eldest son; -ganma-krita, pp. done, wrought, or performed in a former birth or previo in Sanskrit

pûrva-ga going before, preceding; -gaṅgâ, f. the eastern Ganges, ep. of the Narmadâ or Revâ; -gata, pp. gone before. in Sanskrit

pûrva-ka (ikâ) prior, preceding, previous; first; --° a. accompanied or preceded by, based on, consisting above all things in: -m, ad. after, with, amid, in accordance with (--°); m. forefather, ancestor; -karman, n. former or previous action; preparation in Sanskrit

pûrvá-kitti presentiment, foretaste: only d.=at the first notice, forthwith; (predilection), N. of an Apsaras; -kintana, n. former cares or troubles; -kodita, pp. before-mentioned, previously prescribed: -tva, n. abst. n. in Sanskrit

pûrva-madhyâhna forenoon; -mârin, a. dying before, predeceasing; -mîmâmsâ, f. earlier Mîmâmsâ (the philosophical system founded by Gaimini and dealing with the discussion of the sacred text); -mukha, a. facing eastwards. in Sanskrit

pûrva-nipâta irregularity of the previous word, irregular precedence as a member of a compound; -nivishta, pp. previously made (by another); -nyâya, m. provisional judgment or sentence. in Sanskrit

pûrva-pakshá fore part or side; first half of a lunar month (when the moon increases), light fortnight; (primâ facie case), action at law; first objection to a proposition; -pakshin, a. making the first objection to a proposition; -pakshî-kri, make the fi in Sanskrit

pûrva-raṅga prelude (of a play); -râga, m. incipient love; -râga, m. ex-king; -râtra, m. first part of the night; -rûpá, n. (previous appearance), omen; precursor of (g.), sure symptom of (prati); first of two vowels or consonants coming into contact (gr. in Sanskrit

pûrva-saila eastern or sunrise mountain. in Sanskrit

pûrva-samkita formerly collected; -samudra, m. eastern ocean; -sâgara, m. id.; -sârin, a. going before, preeminent; -siddha, pp. previously determined or established; -supta, pp. previously or already fallen asleep; -stha, a. standing in front, pre-eminen in Sanskrit

pûrvá-thâ formerly, immemorially; as formerly; first, previously. in Sanskrit

pûrva̮abhimukha turned or flowing eastward; -̮abhisheká, m. preliminary anointment; -̮abhyâsa, m. repetition of something previous: in. anew; -̮ambudhi, m. eastern ocean. in Sanskrit

pûrva̮ahná forenoon: gnly. lc.; i-ka, a. (î) belonging to the forenoon. in Sanskrit

pûrva̮akshara accompanied by the previous letter; -̮agní, m. original, i. e. domestic, fire; -̮aṅga, n. former body; component of what precedes; m. first day in the civil month; -̮akala, m. eastern or sunrise mountain; -̮âkârya, m. ancient or former teach in Sanskrit

pûrva̮aparî-bhâva succession. in Sanskrit

pûrva̮ârgita acquired formerly or by previous works; -̮ardhá, m., n. (C.) fore or upper part; eastern side; first half: -- dinasya, first half of the day, forenoon; -̮ardha-kâya, m. upper part of the body; -̮ardha-bhâga, m. fore part, point (of an arrow); in Sanskrit

pûrva̮âsâ eastern quarter, east; -̮âsin, a. eating before others (ab. or lc.). in Sanskrit

pûrva̮ukta said or mentioned before, aforesaid; -̮ukita, pp. accustomed in former days, known from of old; -̮uttara, a. north-eastern (lc. in the north-east): du. preceding and following; -̮utthâyin, a. arising first (in the morning); -̮utthita, pp. havin in Sanskrit

pûrve-dyús the day before, yesterday; early in the morning. in Sanskrit

push (--°) nourishing, causing to thrive; acquiring; displaying. in Sanskrit

pûsh-án sun. in Sanskrit

push-kalá plenteous, abundant; much, numerous; rich, excellent; loud, resonant; m. kind of drum; N. of a son of Bharata; n. bowl of a spoon; a certain measure of capacity: -ka, m. musk-deer. in Sanskrit

púsh-kara blue lotus flower; bowl of a spoon; skin of a drum; tip of an elephant's trunk; water; air, sky; N. of a celebrated place of pilgrimage (sts. pl., three places of this name being spoken of); N. of one of the Dvîpas or terrestrial islands; m. the in Sanskrit

púsh-pa flower, blossom (--°, a. f. â, after names of plants generally î); flowers= menses; flowery speeches, gallantry, declaration of love; m. topaz. in Sanskrit

push-tá √push; n. (V.) property, abundance, wealth (esp. in children or cattle). in Sanskrit

push-yás-e √push. in Sanskrit

pûshan-vát accompanied by Pûshan. in Sanskrit

pushkalâvata inhabitant of Pushkalâvatî; n. N. of the residence of Pushkala, son of Bharata: î, f. N. of a town. in Sanskrit

pushkar-in abounding in blue lotuses; m. elephant: (-ín)-î, f. pool with lotuses; pond. in Sanskrit

pushkara̮îkshana lotus-eyed. in Sanskrit

pushkasa pulkasa. in Sanskrit

pushp-ín bearing flowers, blossoming; flowery (speech); menstruating. in Sanskrit

pushp-ita flowering, blossoming, blooming, flowery; having flower-like marks, spotted; in full bloom (fig.); flowery (talk=empty words); provided with (in. or --°): -palâsa-pratima, a. resembling a flowering Palâsa tree (i. e. covered with red spots). in Sanskrit

pushp-ya P. flower, blossom: pp. pushpita. in Sanskrit

pushpa-ka Kubera's car: -vimâna, n. id.; -karanda, n. flower-basket: -̮udyâna, n. N. of a pleasure-garden near Uggayinî; -kâla, m. flower-time, spring; time of menstruation; -granthana, n. weaving of a wreath of flowers; -kâpa, m. bow of flowers, Kâma's b in Sanskrit

pushpa̮âkara abounding in flowers: with mâsa, m. spring; -̮âgama, m. (arrival of the flowers), spring; -̮agra, n. pistil. in Sanskrit

pushpa̮âmoda fragrance of flowers; -̮âyudha, m. (having flowers for weapons), Kâma; -̮ârâma, m. flower-garden; -̮âsava, m. decoction of flowers; -̮âsâra, m. rain of flowers. in Sanskrit

pushpa̮ishu (flower-arrowed), Kâma. in Sanskrit

pushta̮aṅga fat-limbed, well-fed, lusty. in Sanskrit

pushti-kara producing growth or prosperity, nourishing; -kâma, a. desirous of prosperity or wealth; -da, a. conferring prosperity etc.; (í)-pati, m. lord of wealth; -mát, a. abundant, thriving, prosperous, wealthy; -várdhana, a. increasing prosperity. in Sanskrit

pust-ikâ manuscript, book. in Sanskrit

pusta (?) working in clay, modelling: -ka, m. n. boss; manuscript, book; booklet: -kara, m. embosser, -̮âstarana, n. wrapper of a manuscript. in Sanskrit

pusta-maya wrought in clay, modelled. in Sanskrit

put into degradation in Sanskrit

put under regulations in Sanskrit

put-a fold, bag; cluster (of shoots), concavity, cavity; slit; m. cup formed of a leaf; covering; -ka, m. concavity; funnel-shaped cavity formed of a leaf; -pâka, m. baking in a leaf-case (a method of preparing medicines by baking them in leaves encased i in Sanskrit

put-ikâ funnel-shaped cavity formed of a leaf. in Sanskrit

pûta-bhrít receiving the clear juice; -mûrti, a. having their form cleansed, become pure, purified. in Sanskrit

pûtá-daksha of pure disposition; -dhânya, a. containing purified grain. in Sanskrit

putak-in-î lotus; group of lotuses. in Sanskrit

pûtana demon, spectre: â, f. N. of a female demon causing a certain disease in children, and killed by Krishna; i-kâ, f. id. in Sanskrit

pûti̮anda (having stinking eggs), kind of winged stinking insect. in Sanskrit

putr-ikâ daughter; sp. daughter of a sonless father who claims her son as his own; doll, puppet: -pûrva-putra, m. son of a daughter previously adopted instead of a son. in Sanskrit

putr-ín having a son or sons, rich in or blessed with children; m. father of a son; n-î, f. mother of a son. in Sanskrit

putr-îya relating to or procuring a son. in Sanskrit

putrá son, child; young of an animal, whelp: du. two sons or son and daughter; vc. (sg., du., pl.) often used in addressing young persons: î, f. daughter; (a)-ka, m. son, boy: often used as a term of endearment; N. of the reputed founder of Pâtaliputra; - in Sanskrit

putra̮âkârya having one's son as a teacher, learning the Veda from one's son. in Sanskrit

putra̮eshanaN desire for a son or sons. in Sanskrit

putrî daughter (v. putra). in Sanskrit

putt-ikâ putr-ikâ, little daughter], doll; white ant. in Sanskrit

putting aside in Sanskrit

pûya pus, purulent matter. in Sanskrit

pyjama in Sanskrit

python in Sanskrit

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