1 a (desire)
2 akāma (desire)
3 akāmatā (desire)
4 akāmahata (desire)
5 akratu (desire)
6 aṅga (desire)
7 añjihiṣā (desire)
8 atarṣulam (desire)
9 atimanorathakrama (desire)
10 atimukta (desire)
11 atilaulya (desire)
12 atigrāha (desire)
13 adveṣarāgin (desire)
14 adhīti (desire)
15 anabhilāṣa (desire)
16 aniṣṭāpādana (desire)
17 anukam (desire)
18 anukāma (desire)
19 anukāmakṛt (desire)
20 anukāṅkṣ (desire)
21 anukāṅkṣā (desire)
22 anujighṛkṣā (desire)
23 anutarṣa (desire)
24 anutarṣula (desire)
25 anulubh (desire)
26 annalipsā (desire)
27 annābhiruci (desire)
28 annīya (desire)
29 anyadāśā (desire)
30 anyadāśis (desire)
31 anvavaso (desire)
32 anviṣ (desire)
33 apacikīrṣā (desire)
34 apalāṣin (desire)
35 apalāṣuka (desire)
36 apipāsa (desire)
37 apūpīya (desire)
38 apraṇihita (desire)
39 abdayā (desire)
40 abhagnakāma (desire)
41 abhikam (desire)
42 abhikāma (desire)
43 abhikāmam (desire)
44 abhikāṅkṣ (desire)
45 abhikāṅkṣā (desire)
46 abhidhitsā (desire)
47 abhidhyai (desire)
48 abhidhyā (desire)
49 abhinanda (desire)
50 abhinandana (desire)
51 abhiniścikramiṣā (desire)
52 abhiman (desire)
53 abhimata (desire)
54 abhimatatā (desire)
55 abhimanāya (desire)
56 abhimāna (desire)
57 abhilipsā (desire)
58 abhilaṣ (desire)
59 abhilaṣita (desire)
60 abhilāṣa (desire)
61 abhilāsa (desire)
62 abhivan (desire)
63 abhivaś (desire)
64 abhivāñch (desire)
65 abhivāñchā (desire)
66 abhivāñchita (desire)
67 abhisneha (desire)
68 abhyāp (desire)
69 amama (desire)
70 arajas (desire)
71 arth (desire)
72 arthakāma (desire)
73 arthatṛṣṇā (desire)
74 arthalobha (desire)
75 arthārthitā (desire)
76 arthepsutā (desire)
77 arthita (desire)
78 arthitā (desire)
79 alabdhābhīpsita (desire)
80 alipsā (desire)
81 alolupa (desire)
82 alolupatva (desire)
83 aloluptva (desire)
84 avana (desire)
85 avakāṅkṣ (desire)
86 avacicīṣā (desire)
87 avaśa (desire)
88 avaśas (desire)
89 avas (desire)
90 aviṣyā (desire)
91 avenat (desire)
92 aśanāya (desire)
93 aśanāyā (desire)
94 aśuśrūṣā (desire)
95 aśvayā (desire)
96 aśvīya (desire)
97 asaṁkalpa (desire)
98 asaṁkalpayat (desire)
99 asaṅgin (desire)
100 asadgraha (desire)
101 aspṛhā (desire)
102 asmaya (desire)
103 ahampūrvikā (desire)
104 ākalana (desire)
105 ākā (desire)
106 ākāṅkṣ (desire)
107 ākāṅkṣā (desire)
108 ātmaprīti (desire)
109 ātmābhilāṣa (desire)
110 ātmecchā (desire)
111 āpṝ (desire)
112 āprā (desire)
113 ābhimukhya (desire)
114 āmiṣa (desire)
115 āryasatya (desire)
116 ālaṣ (desire)
117 āvan (desire)
118 āvṛ (desire)
119 āśaṁs (desire)
120 āśaṁsā (desire)
121 āśas (desire)
122 āśā (desire)
123 āśikṣā (desire)
124 āśās (desire)
125 āhavakāmyā (desire)
126 iti (desire)
127 iṣ (desire)
128 icchatā (desire)
129 icchatva (desire)
130 icchā (desire)
131 icchayā (desire)
132 icchānivṛtti (desire)
133 icchānvita (desire)
134 icchārūpa (desire)
135 iṣṭa (desire)
136 iṣṭatas (desire)
137 iṣṭayāman (desire)
138 iṣṭi (desire)
139 iṣṭu (desire)
140 iṣva (desire)
141 īpsā (desire)
142 īpsita (desire)
143 īh (desire)
144 īhā (desire)
145 īhita (desire)
146 ukṣaṇya (desire)
147 ugracaya (desire)
148 uccicīṣā (desire)
149 ujjigamiṣā (desire)
150 utka (desire)
151 utkaṇikā (desire)
152 utkaṇṭhaka (desire)
153 utsuka (desire)
154 utsukatā (desire)
155 utsukatva (desire)
156 udanyā (desire)
157 udāsin (desire)
158 uddhī (desire)
159 uddidhīrṣā (desire)
160 upagam (desire)
161 upacitarasa (desire)
162 upajoṣa (desire)
163 upajoṣam (desire)
164 uparataviṣayābhilāṣa (desire)
165 uparataspṛha (desire)
166 upalubh (desire)
167 upaśikṣā (desire)
168 upasthanigraha (desire)
169 upahava (desire)
170 upādāna (desire)
171 upepsā (desire)
172 uruṣyā (desire)
173 uśadah (desire)
174 uśanā (desire)
175 ūrmi (desire)
176 ṛtayā (desire)
177 ekoti (desire)
178 eṣ (desire)
179 eṣaṇa (desire)
180 eṣṭi (desire)
181 eṣaṇā (desire)
182 autkaṇṭhya (desire)
183 autkya (desire)
184 autsukya (desire)
185 kaṇūkaya (desire)
186 kaṇe (desire)
187 kaṇṭh (desire)
188 kaṇḍu (desire)
189 kaṇḍūjuṣ (desire)
190 kaṇḍūti (desire)
191 kaṇḍūna (desire)
192 kaṇḍūla (desire)
193 kaṇḍūlabhāva (desire)
194 kan (desire)
195 kandarpajvara (desire)
196 kam (desire)
197 kā (desire)
198 kāṅkṣ (desire)
199 kāṅkṣā (desire)
200 kāṅkṣita (desire)
201 kāṅkṣitā (desire)
202 kāntāṅghridohada (desire)
203 kāntācaraṇadohada (desire)
204 kānti (desire)
205 kāma (desire)
206 kāmā (desire)
207 kāmāya (desire)
208 kāme (desire)
209 kāmakrodha (desire)
210 kāmaguṇa (desire)
211 kāmaja (desire)
212 kāmajit (desire)
213 kāmajyeṣṭha (desire)
214 kāmadugha (desire)
215 kāmadharaṇa (desire)
216 kāmapati (desire)
217 kāmapra (desire)
218 kāmabala (desire)
219 kāmamaya (desire)
220 kāmamohita (desire)
221 kāmalola (desire)
222 kāmavṛddhi (desire)
223 kāmasamuttha (desire)
224 kāmahaituka (desire)
225 kāmātura (desire)
226 kāmātman (desire)
227 kāmāvacara (desire)
228 kāmāvasāyitṛ (desire)
229 kāmāvasāyin (desire)
230 kāmāvasāyitā (desire)
231 kāmāvasāyitva (desire)
232 kāmāśaya (desire)
233 kāmāsakta (desire)
234 kāmopahata (desire)
235 kāmanā (desire)
236 kāmam (desire)
237 kāmitā (desire)
238 kāmitva (desire)
239 kāmika (desire)
240 kāmita (desire)
241 kāmukatva (desire)
242 kāmya (desire)
243 kāmyatva (desire)
244 kāmyā (desire)
245 kiṁkāmyā (desire)
246 kutuka (desire)
247 kutūhala (desire)
248 kuśalakāma (desire)
249 kṛtakāma (desire)
250 kṛtārtha (desire)
251 kṛpaṇa (desire)
252 kṛpaṇya (desire)
253 keta (desire)
254 ketapū (desire)
255 kautuka (desire)
256 kautukitā (desire)
257 kautūhala (desire)
258 kratu (desire)
259 kratuprā (desire)
260 kratuprāvan (desire)
261 krīḍākūṭa (desire)
262 kleśa (desire)
263 kṣayopaśama (desire)
264 kṣāyika (desire)
265 kṣīṇakarman (desire)
266 kṣīrīya (desire)
267 kṣetrīya (desire)
268 khaṭ (desire)
269 khād (desire)
270 gataspṛha (desire)
271 gardha (desire)
272 gaviṣṭi (desire)
273 gavya (desire)
274 gavyā (desire)
275 gā (desire)
276 gādh (desire)
277 gādha (desire)
278 gārddhya (desire)
279 gārdhra (desire)
280 guṇa (desire)
281 gṛdh (desire)
282 gṛdhnutā (desire)
283 gṛdhyā (desire)
284 gokāmyā (desire)
285 grah (desire)
286 ṅa (desire)
287 cikartiṣā (desire)
288 cikīrṣā (desire)
289 cikraṁsā (desire)
290 cikrīḍiṣā (desire)
291 cittarāga (desire)
292 chanda (desire)
293 chandas (desire)
294 chandaspakṣa (desire)
295 jātasaṁkalpa (desire)
296 ji (desire)
297 jigīṣā (desire)
298 jigīṣutā (desire)
299 jitāhāra (desire)
300 jighatsā (desire)
301 jijīviṣā (desire)
302 jijñāsana (desire)
303 jihāsā (desire)
304 jihīrṣā (desire)
305 jīvanasyā (desire)
306 jīvātukāmyā (desire)
307 jīvitagṛdhnutā (desire)
308 jñānakautūhala (desire)
309 ṭoḍarānanda (desire)
310 tattvavivitsā (desire)
311 tam (desire)
312 tarka (desire)
313 tarṣa (desire)
314 tarṣā (desire)
315 tarṣaṇa (desire)
316 tarṣula (desire)
317 tij (desire)
318 titīrṣā (desire)
319 tṛṣ (desire)
320 tṛṣā (desire)
321 tṛṣārta (desire)
322 tṛṣṇā (desire)
323 tṛṣṇākṣaya (desire)
324 tṛṣṇāsaṅga (desire)
325 dāḍhā (desire)
326 ditsā (desire)
327 didṛkṣā (desire)
328 didṛkṣāvat (desire)
329 didhakṣā (desire)
330 divyadohada (desire)
331 dīdhī (desire)
332 devana (desire)
333 dohada (desire)
334 dauhadika (desire)
335 drāṅkṣ (desire)
336 dhanalobha (desire)
337 dhanāśā (desire)
338 dhanecchā (desire)
339 dhanoṣman (desire)
340 dhanāyā (desire)
341 dhī (desire)
342 dhvāṅkṣ (desire)
343 nakiṁcidapisaṁkalpa (desire)
344 narāśaṁsa (desire)
345 nāgara (desire)
346 nāsāyoni (desire)
347 niḥspṛha (desire)
348 nirāśa (desire)
349 nirāśis (desire)
350 niriccha (desire)
351 nirīhā (desire)
352 nirīhatā (desire)
353 nirīhatva (desire)
354 nirīhāvasthā (desire)
355 nirutkaṇṭha (desire)
356 nirupādāna (desire)
357 nirlobha (desire)
358 nistṛṣṇa (desire)
359 nikāma (desire)
360 nikāmana (desire)
361 nigrah (desire)
362 ninartiṣā (desire)
363 ninīṣā (desire)
364 nirdidhārayiṣā (desire)
365 nirmimitsā (desire)
366 nivṛttalaulya (desire)
367 niścikramiṣā (desire)
368 naiṣkāmya (desire)
369 nyer (desire)
370 parasvehā (desire)
371 pareṣṭukā (desire)
372 parijihīrṣā (desire)
373 parinirvivapsā (desire)
374 paripipālayiṣā (desire)
375 parimitecchatā (desire)
376 parilaṣ (desire)
377 paryāp (desire)
378 parīpsā (desire)
379 pitūya (desire)
380 piprīṣā (desire)
381 putraiṣaṇā (desire)
382 putrīyā (desire)
383 punaḥprepsā (desire)
384 pupūṣā (desire)
385 puruṣārtha (desire)
386 prakāṅkṣ (desire)
387 prakāṅkṣā (desire)
388 prakāma (desire)
389 prakāmam (desire)
390 prakāmatas (desire)
391 prajākāma (desire)
392 prajehā (desire)
393 praṇidhāna (desire)
394 praṇī (desire)
395 praṇaya (desire)
396 praṇayitā (desire)
397 pratikāma (desire)
398 pratikāmin (desire)
399 praticikīrṣā (desire)
400 pratipitsā (desire)
401 pratipipādayiṣā (desire)
402 pratividhitsā (desire)
403 pratihary (desire)
404 praditsā (desire)
405 pramad (desire)
406 pramadana (desire)
407 pralobha (desire)
408 pravāhikā (desire)
409 pravāhaṇa (desire)
410 praśasti (desire)
411 prāṇaparīpsā (desire)
412 prāṇāntika (desire)
413 prārth (desire)
414 prārthana (desire)
415 prārthanāsiddhi (desire)
416 prārthayitavya (desire)
417 prārthita (desire)
418 prāśā (desire)
419 priyakāmyā (desire)
420 priyacikīrṣā (desire)
421 prepsā (desire)
422 phalakāma (desire)
423 phalakāmanā (desire)
424 phalepsā (desire)
425 balavat (desire)
426 bibhakṣayiṣā (desire)
427 bibhitsā (desire)
428 budh (desire)
429 bubhutsā (desire)
430 bubhukṣā (desire)
431 bubhūrṣā (desire)
432 bubhūṣā (desire)
433 brahmajijñāsā (desire)
434 bhaktacchanda (desire)
435 bhartṛdarśanakāṅkṣā (desire)
436 bhās (desire)
437 bhikṣ (desire)
438 bhūmīcchā (desire)
439 bhūyaśchandika (desire)
440 bhogatṛṣṇā (desire)
441 maṅgalopepsā (desire)
442 maṇṭh (desire)
443 matta (desire)
444 madā (desire)
445 madanāśaya (desire)
446 mati (desire)
447 manaḥsaṁkalpa (desire)
448 manas (desire)
449 manīṣā (desire)
450 manīṣita (desire)
451 manogata (desire)
452 manogati (desire)
453 manogavī (desire)
454 manobhiprāya (desire)
455 manobhilāṣa (desire)
456 manoratha (desire)
457 manorathakusuma (desire)
458 manorathāntara (desire)
459 manovāñchita (desire)
460 manmaśas (desire)
461 manmatha (desire)
462 mahāratha (desire)
463 māṁsāśā (desire)
464 māṅkṣ (desire)
465 mātrīya (desire)
466 mālā (desire)
467 mitrāya (desire)
468 miṣṭāśā (desire)
469 muc (desire)
470 mumukṣā (desire)
471 mumukṣutā (desire)
472 mumukṣutva (desire)
473 mumūrṣā (desire)
474 mṛg (desire)
475 mṛd (desire)
476 mokṣecchā (desire)
477 yaj (desire)
478 yathākāma (desire)
479 yathābhikāmam (desire)
480 yathābhipretam (desire)
481 yathābhimatam (desire)
482 yatheccha (desire)
483 yathepsitam (desire)
484 yatkiṁcidapisaṁkalpa (desire)
485 yabh (desire)
486 yaśaskāmya (desire)
487 yā (desire)
488 yiyāsā (desire)
489 yāthākāmī (desire)
490 yāthākāmya (desire)
491 yāvadiccham (desire)
492 yuyutsā (desire)
493 ra (desire)
494 rajonimīlita (desire)
495 raṇaraṇa (desire)
496 raṇaraṇaka (desire)
497 rathayā (desire)
498 rabh (desire)
499 rambh (desire)
500 rabhasa (desire)
a

(H1) a 1 [p= 1,1] [L=1] the first letter of the alphabet
[p= 1,1] [L=1.1] the first short vowel inherent in consonants.
(H1) a 2 [p= 1,1] [L=3] (pragṛhya q.v.), a vocative particle ( [a ananta, O viṣṇu ] ) T.
[p= 1,1] [L=3.1] interjection of pity, Ah!
(H1) a 3 [p= 1,1] [L=4] ( before a vowel an, exc. a-ṛṇin), a prefix corresponding to Gk. ἀ, ἀν, Lat. in, Goth. and Germ. un, Eng. in or un, and having a negative or privative or contrary sense (an-eka not one ; an-anta endless ; a-sat not good ; a-paśyat not seeing )
[p= 1,1] [L=4.1] rarely prefixed to Inf. (a-svaptum not to sleep TāṇḍyaBr. ) and even to forms of the finite verb (a-spṛhayanti they do not desire BhP. ; Ṡiṡ. ) and to pronouns (a-saḥ not he Ṡiṡ. ; a-tad not that BhP. )
[p= 1,1] [L=4.2] occasionally denoting comparison (a-brāhmaṇa like a brahman T. )
[p= 1,1] [L=4.3] sometimes disparagement (a-yajña a miserable sacrifice )
[p= 1,1] [L=4.4] sometimes diminutiveness (cf. a-karṇa, an-udarā)
[p= 1,1] [L=4.5] rarely an expletive (cf. a-kupya, a-pūpa) . According to Pāṇ. 6-2, 161 , the accent may be optionally either on the first or last syllable in certain compounds formed with a ( as a-tīkṣṇa or a-tīkṣṇa, a-śuci or a-śuci, an-anna or an-anna)
[p= 1,1] [L=4.6] the same applies to stems ending in tṛ accentuated on the first syllable before a is prefixed
[p= 1,1] [L=4.7] cf. also a-tūrta and a-tūrta, a-bhinna and a-bhinna, &c.
(H1) a 4 [p= 1,1] [L=5] the base of some pronouns and pronom. forms, in asya, atra, &c.
(H1) a 5 [p= 1,1] [L=6] the augment prefixed to the root in the formation of the imperfect, aorist, and conditional tenses (in the veda often wanting, as in Homer, the fact being that originally the augment was only prefixed in principal sentences where it was accentuated, whilst it was dropped in subordinate sentences where the root-vowel took the accent) .
(H1) a 6 [p= 1,1] [L=7] m. N. of viṣṇu L. ( especially as the first of the three sounds in the sacred syllable om) .
akāma

(H1) a-kāma [p= 2,1] [L=232] mf (ā) n. without desire or wish
[p= 2,1] [L=233] unintentional, reluctant
[p= 2,1] [L=234] ( in Gr.) the saṁdhi which causes the dropping of a final r before a succeeding r.
akāmatā

(H3) a-kāma--tā [p= 2,1] [L=237] f. freedom from desire, &c.
akāmahata

(H3) a-kāma--hata [p= 2,1] [L=238] (a-kāma-) mfn. unaffected with desire, calm ṠBr. xiv.
akratu

(H1) a-kratu [p= 2,3] [L=387] mfn. destitute of energy or power ["of sacrifices" Sāy. ] RV. x, 8 3, 5 ; AV.
[p= 2,3] [L=388] foolish RV. vii, 6, 3
[p= 2,3] [L=389] free from desire Up.
aṅga

(H1) aṅga 1 [p= 7,2] [L=1496] ind. a particle implying attention, assent or desire, and sometimes impatience, it may be rendered by well
[p= 7,2] [L=1496.1] indeed, true, please, rather quick
[p= 7,2] [L=1496.2] kim aṅga, how much rather!
(H1) aṅga 2 [p= 7,3] [L=1503] n. ( √ am Uṇ. ), a limb of the body
[p= 7,3] [L=1504] a limb, member
[p= 7,3] [L=1505] the body
[p= 7,3] [L=1506] a subordinate division or department, especially of a science, as the six vedāṅgas
[p= 7,3] [L=1507] hence the number six
[p= 7,3] [L=1508] N. of the chief sacred texts of the jainas
[p= 7,3] [L=1509] a limb or subdivision of mantra or counsel ( said to be five, viz. 1. karmaṇām ārambho*pāyaḥ, means of commencing operations ; 2. puruṣa-dravya-sampad, providing men and materials ; 3. deśa-kāla-vibhāga, distribution of place and time ; 4. vipatti-pratīkāra, counter-action of disaster ; 5. kārya-siddhi, successful accomplishment ; whence mantra is said to be pañcā*ṅga)
[p= 7,3] [L=1510] any subdivision, a supplement
[p= 7,3] [L=1511] ( in Gr.) the base of a word, but in the strong cases only Pāṇ. 1-4, 13 seqq.
[p= 7,3] [L=1512] anything inferior or secondary, anything immaterial or unessential, See aṅga-tā
[p= 7,3] [L=1513] (in rhetoric) an illustration
[p= 7,3] [L=1514] (in the drama) the whole of the subordinate characters
[p= 7,3] [L=1515] an expedient
[p= 7,3] [L=1516] a mental organ, the mind L.
(H1B) aṅga [p= 7,3] [L=1517] m. sg. or pl. N. of Bengal proper or its inhabitants
(H1B) aṅga [p= 7,3] [L=1518] m. (sg.), N. of a king of aṅga
(H1B) aṅga [p= 7,3] [L=1519] mfn. having members or divisions L.
(H1B) aṅga [p= 7,3] [L=1520] m. contiguous L.
añjihiṣā

(H1) añjihiṣā [p= 11,2] [L=2333] f. ( fr. Desid. of √ 1. aṁh), desire of going, ( [°ṣāṁ cakre ( √ 1. kṛ) ] ) Bhaṭṭ.
atarṣulam

(H1) a-tarṣulam [p= 440,2] [L=2539.1] ind., Seetarṣula 83495, without desire MBh. xii, 7762.
atimanorathakrama

(H3) ati-manoratha-krama [p= 1309,3] [L=2723.1] m. excess of desire, ib. v, 35.
atimukta

(H3) ati--mukta a [p= 12,3] [L=2730] mfn. entirely liberated
[p= 12,3] [L=2731] quite free from sensual or worldly desire
[p= 12,3] [L=2732] seedless, barren
(H3B) ati--mukta [p= 12,3] [L=2733] m. the tree Dalbergia Oujeinensis
(H3B) ati--mukta [p= 12,3] [L=2734] m. Gaertnera Racemosa,
(H2) ati-mukta b [p= 15,1] [L=3138] m. "surpassing pearls in whiteness", N. of certain shrubs.
atilaulya

(H3) ati--laulya [p= 13,1] [L=2781] n. excessive eagerness or desire.
atigrāha

(H2) ati-grāha [p= 13,3] [L=2957] m. the object of a graha (q.v.) or organ of apprehension ( these are eight, and their corresponding ati-grahas or objects, are apāna, "fragrant substance" ; nāman "name" ; rasa "flavour" ; rūpa "form" ; sabda "sound" ; kāma "desire" ; karman "action" ; sparśa "touch") ṠBr. xiv.
adveṣarāgin

(H3) a-dveṣa--rāgin [p= 19,3] [L=3931] mfn. free from malevolence and passionate desire.
adhīti

(H2) adhī* ti [p= 22,3] [L=4484] f. perusal, study TĀr.
[p= 22,3] [L=4485] desire, recollection RV. ii, 4, 8 ; AV.
anabhilāṣa

(H1) an-abhilāṣa [p= 26,1] [L=5157] m. non-relish
[p= 26,1] [L=5158] want of appetite
[p= 26,1] [L=5159] want of desire.
aniṣṭāpādana

(H3) an-iṣṭā* pādana [p= 30,3] [L=5976] n. not obtaining what is desire or ( fr. aniṣṭa and āpādana) obtaining what is not desired.
anukam

(H1) anu- √ kam [p= 31,1] [L=6066] Caus. (impf. -akāma-yata) to desire (with Inf.) AitBr.
anukāma

(H2) anu-kāma [p= 31,1] [L=6067] m. desire VS.
(H2B) anu-kāma [p= 31,1] [L=6067.1] mfn. according to one's desire, agreeable RV.
anukāmakṛt

(H3) anu-kāma--kṛt [p= 31,1] [L=6069] mfn. fulfilling one's desire RV. ix, 11, 7.
anukāṅkṣ

(H1) anu- √ kāṅkṣ [p= 31,1] [L=6085] to long for, desire.
anukāṅkṣā

(H2) anu-kāṅkṣā [p= 31,1] [L=6086] f. desire after.
anujighṛkṣā

(H2) anu-jighṛkṣā a [p= 32,1] [L=6247] f. desire to show favour or kindness
[p= 32,1] [L=6248] intention to include Nyāyam.
(H1) anu-jighṛkṣā b [p= 32,3] [L=6309] See anu- √grah.
anutarṣa

(H1) anu-tarṣa [p= 32,3] [L=6351] m. thirst, wish, desire L. , a drinking vessel (used for drinking spirituous liquors) L.
[p= 1311,3] [L=6351.1] "thirst" and "an intoxicating drink", Ṡiṡ. x, 2 .
anutarṣula

(H2) anu-tarṣula [p= 32,3] [L=6354] mfn. causing desire MBh.
anulubh

(H1) anu- √ lubh [p= 38,1] [L=7167] Caus. -lobhayati, to long for, desire R.
annalipsā

(H3) anna--lipsā [p= 45,2] [L=8532] f. desire for food, appetite.
annābhiruci

(H3) an--° nā* bhiruci [p= 1313,1] [L=8553.1] f. desire of food, appetite, Suṡr.
annīya

(H2) annīya [p= 1313,1] [p= 1313,2] [L=8558.1] Nom. P. °yati, to desire food, Āpast.
anyadāśā

(H3) anyad-āśā a [p= 45,3] [L=8652] f. a bad desire or hope (?) Pāṇ. 6-3, 99.
(H2) anyad-āśā b [p= 45,3] [L=8677] &c. See anyat-kāraka.
anyadāśis

(H3) anyad-āśis a [p= 45,3] [L=8653] f. a bad desire or hope (?) Pāṇ. 6-3, 99.
(H2) anyad-āśis b [p= 45,3] [L=8678] &c. See anyat-kāraka.
anvavaso

(H1) anv-ava- √ so [p= 46,2] [L=8788]
-syati, to adhere to cling to TBr. &c. ;

to long for, desire ṠBr. &c.

anviṣ

(H1) anv- √ iṣ 3 [p= 47,2] [L=8906] cl.1 P. -icchati, to desire, seek, seek after, search, aim at AV. &c. : cl.4 P. -iṣyati id. R. &c. , Caus. -eṣayati id. Mṛcch. &c.
apacikīrṣā

(H1) apa-cikīrṣā [p= 48,3] [L=9125] f. ( √1. kṛ Desid.), desire of hurting any one.
apalāṣin

(H2) apa-lāṣin [p= 52,1] [L=9651] mfn. free from desire Pāṇ. 3-2, 144.
apalāṣuka

(H2) apa-lāṣuka [p= 52,1] [L=9652] mfn. free from desire Pāṇ. 6-2, 160 Sch.
apipāsa

(H1) a-pipāsa [p= 55,2] [L=10191] mfn. free from thirst or desire ṠBr. xiv ; ChUp.
apūpīya

(H2) apūpīya 1 [p= 56,2] [L=10314] mfn. fit for cakes Pāṇ. 5-1, 4.
(H2) apūpīya 2 [p= 56,2] [L=10315] Nom. P. °yati, to have a desire for cakes KātyṠr.
apraṇihita

(H1) a-praṇihita [p= 1314,3] [L=10530.1] mfn. free from desire, Sukh. i
(H1B) a-praṇihita [p= 1314,3] [L=10530.2] (prob.) n. purposelessness, ib.
abdayā

(H2) abdayā [p= 60,2] [L=11056] (instr. of ab-dā) ind. out of desire of giving water RV. v, 54, 3.
abhagnakāma

(H3) a-bhagna--kāma [p= 60,3] [L=11116] mf (ā) n. whose desire or wishes are not disturbed Ragh.
abhikam

(H1) abhi- √ kam [p= 61,1] [L=11198] (fut. -kamiṣyate) to desire, love TBr. : Caus. -kāmayate id. MBh. ; BhP.
abhikāma

(H2) abhi-kāma [p= 61,1] [L=11199] m. (ifc. f (ā) .) affection, desire, N. BhP.
(H2B) abhi-kāma [p= 61,1] [L=11200] mf (ā) n., affectionate, loving, desirous ( with acc. or ifc.)
abhikāmam

(H2C) abhi-kāmam [p= 61,1] [L=11201] ind. with desire L. , (cf. ābhikāmika. )
abhikāṅkṣ

(H1) abhi- √ kāṅkṣ [p= 61,1] [L=11203]
-kāṅkṣati, °te, rarely Caus. -ayate, to long for, desire ;

to strive.

abhikāṅkṣā

(H2) abhi-kāṅkṣā [p= 61,1] [L=11204] f. longing for, desire ( with acc. or ifc.)
abhidhitsā

(H2) abhi-dhitsā [p= 63,2] [L=11535] f. desire of expressing or naming Kpr.
abhidhyai

(H1) abhi- √ dhyai [p= 63,2] [L=11556]
-dhyāyati, to direct one's intention to, set one's heart upon, intend, desire TS. ; ṠBr. &c. ;

to meditate Mn. i, 8, &c.

abhidhyā

(H2) abhi-dhyā [p= 63,2] [L=11557] f. wish, longing for, desire.
abhinanda

(H2) abhi-nanda [p= 63,3] [L=11571] m. the delight, pleasure (of sensuality) ṠBr. xiv ; ChUp.
[p= 63,3] [L=11572] wish, desire for (ifc.) Suṡr.
[p= 63,3] [L=11573] N. of the first month
[p= 63,3] [L=11574] N. of a commentator on the amara-koṣa
[p= 63,3] [L=11575] N. of the author of the yoga-vāsiṣṭhasāra
abhinandana

(H2) abhi-nandana [p= 63,3] [L=11578] n. delighting L.
[p= 63,3] [L=11579] praising, applauding L.
[p= 63,3] [L=11580] wish, desire L.
(H2B) abhi-nandana [p= 63,3] [L=11581] m. N. of the fourth jaina arhat of the present avasarpiṇī.
abhiniścikramiṣā

(H1) abhi-niścikramiṣā [p= 1315,1] [L=11668.1] f. desire of going forth from home, Bcar.
abhiman

(H1) abhi- √ man [p= 67,1] [L=11993]
-manyate (Subj. -manyāte RV. x, 27, 11 ) to think of, long for, desire RV. &c. ;

(aor. Subj. 2. sg. -maṁsthāḥ, 3. sg. -maṁsta, Ved. Inf. abhi-mantoḥ ṠBr. ) to intend to injure, be insidious, threaten, injure VS. ; AV. &c. ;

to kill AitBr. (aor. -amaṁsta) KātyṠr. ;

to allow, agree MBh. ii, 1374, &c. ;

to think of self, be proud of ;

to think, suppose, imagine, take for (acc.)

abhimata

(H2) abhi-mata [p= 67,1] [L=11994] mfn. longed for, wished, desired
[p= 67,1] [L=11995] loved, dear
[p= 67,1] [L=11996] allowed ĀṡvGṛ.
[p= 67,1] [L=11997] supposed, imagined
(H2B) abhi-mata [p= 67,1] [L=11998] n. desire, wish.
abhimatatā

(H3) abhi-mata--tā [p= 67,1] [L=11999] f. agreeableness, desirableness
[p= 67,1] [L=12000] desire, love.
abhimanāya

(H2) abhi-manāya [p= 67,1] [L=12004] Nom. Ā. ( Opt. -manāyeta) to long for, desire Bhaṭṭ. (cf. g. bhṛśā*di) : Desid. -mimānayiṣate Pat.
[p= 1315,1] [p= 1315,2] [L=12004.1] Nom. (also) to recover consciousness or calmness, Daṡ.
abhimāna

(H2) abhi-māna a [p= 67,1] [L=12024] m. intention to injure, insidiousness KātyṠr.
[p= 67,1] [L=12025] high opinion of one's self, self-conceit, pride, haughtiness
[p= 67,1] [L=12026] (in sāṁkhya phil.) = abhi-mati, above
[p= 67,1] [L=12027] conception (especially an erroneous one regarding one's self) Sāh. &c.
[p= 67,1] [L=12028] affection, desire
[p= 67,1] [L=12029] N. of a ṛṣi in the sixth manvantara VP.
(H1) abhi-māna b [p= 67,2] [L=12059] See abhi- √man.
abhilipsā

(H2) abhi-lipsā [p= 68,3] [L=12249] f. desire of obtaining.
abhilaṣ

(H1) abhi- √ laṣ [p= 68,3] [L=12250] -laṣati, to desire or wish for (acc.), covet, crave.
abhilaṣita

(H2) abhi-laṣita [p= 68,3] [L=12253] mfn. desired, wished
(H2B) abhi-laṣita [p= 68,3] [L=12254] n. desire, wish, will.
abhilāṣa

(H2) abhi-lāṣa [p= 68,3] [L=12255] (or less correctly abhi-lāsa) m. (ifc. f (ā) .), desire, wish, covetousness, affection ( with loc. or ifc.)
abhilāsa

(H2) abhi-lāsa [p= 68,3] [L=12255.1] (or more correctly abhi-lāṣa) m. (ifc. f (ā) .), desire, wish, covetousness, affection ( with loc. or ifc.)
abhivan

(H1) abhi- √ van [p= 69,1] [L=12297] (impf. 3. pl. -avanvan) to long for, desire RV. i, 51, 2.
abhivaś

(H1) abhi- √ vaś [p= 69,1] [L=12310] -vaṣṭi (perf. Ā. -vāvaśe, p. 1. -vāvaśāna RV. i, 164, 28 ; for 2. -vāvaśāna See abhi- √vāś) P. to rule or be master over (acc.) RV. ii, 25, 3 : P. Ā. to long for, desire RV.
abhivāñch

(H1) abhi- √ vāñch [p= 69,2] [L=12325] to long for, desire MBh. &c. : Caus. id. MBh. xii, 2907.
abhivāñchā

(H2) abhi-vāñchā [p= 69,2] [L=12326] f. longing for, desire (ifc.) Kathās.
abhivāñchita

(H2) abhi-vāñchita [p= 69,2] [L=12327] n. wish, desire R. &c.
abhisneha

(H2) abhi-sneha [p= 74,1] [L=12917] m. affection, desire BhP.
abhyāp

(H1) abhy- √ āp [p= 77,2] [L=13430] -āpnoti, to reach to, get, obtain ṠBr. : Caus. -āpayati, to bring to an end ṠBr. : Desid. P. abhī*psati ( rarely Ā. MBh. v, 17 ), to strive to reach, ask for, desire MBh. &c.
amama

(H1) a-mama [p= 80,2] [L=13853] mfn. without egotism, devoid of all selfish or worldly attachment or desire Buddh. ; Jain.
[p= 80,2] [L=13854] indifferent, not caring for (loc.) Mn. vi, 26
(H1B) a-mama [p= 80,2] [L=13855] m. the twelfth jaina saint of a future utsarpiṇī.
arajas

(H2) a-rajas [p= 86,2] [L=15039] mfn. dustless ṠBr. xiv , N. , free from passion or desire MBh. xiv, 1283
(H2B) a-rajas [p= 86,2] [L=15039.1] f. "not having the monthly courses", a young girl.
arth

(H1) arth [p= 90,2] [L=15839]
cl.10 Ā. arthayate ( 2. du. arthayāse RV. x, 106, 7 ; Subj. 2. sg. arthayāse RV. i, 82, s ) ;

rarely cl.1 Ā. ( 1. pl. arthāmahe MBh. iii, 8613 ) to strive to obtain, desire, wish, request, ask for (acc. ; rarely Inf. [ Bhaṭṭ. yoddhum] ) ;

to supplicate or entreat any one (acc., rarely abl. [ Kathās. ] ) ;

to point out the sense of, comment upon Comm. on Mṛcch.

arthakāma

(H3) artha--kāma [p= 90,3] [L=15859] n. [ R. ii, 86, 6 v.l.] m. du. [ R. ii, 86, 6 ; Mn. , iv, 176 ] m. pl. [ Mn. ii, 13 ] utility and desire, wealth and pleasure
(H3B) artha--kāma [p= 90,3] [L=15859.1] mfn. desirous of wealth, N. MBh. xii, 220 , desiring to be useful.
arthatṛṣṇā

(H3) artha--tṛṣṇā [p= 90,3] [L=15901] f. desire for wealth or money VP. ; BhP.
arthalobha

(H3) artha--lobha [p= 91,1] [L=15954] m. desire of wealth, avarice.
arthārthitā

(H4) arthā* r° thi-tā [p= 91,2] [L=16040] f. desire of wealth.
arthepsutā

(H3) arthe* psu-tā [p= 91,2] [L=16045] f. desire of wealth MBh. i, 6126.
arthita

(H2) arthita [p= 91,2] [L=16066] mfn. asked, desired, requested
(H2B) arthita [p= 91,3] [L=16067] n. (am) desire L.
arthitā

(H3) arthi--tā [p= 91,3] [L=16081] f. the condition of a suppliant Kād.
[p= 91,3] [L=16082] wish, desire for (instr. Mn. ix, 203 ), asking, request MBh. &c.
alabdhābhīpsita

(H3) alabdhā* bhīpsita [p= 94,2] [L=16590] mfn. disappointed in one's desire.
alipsā

(H1) a-lipsā [p= 95,1] [L=16759] f. freedom from desire.
alolupa

(H2) a-lolupa [p= 95,2] [L=16814] mfn. = a-lola MBh. iii, 153
[p= 95,2] [L=16815] free from desire Āp.
(H2B) a-lolupa [p= 95,2] [L=16816] m. N. of a son of dhṛtarāṣṭra MBh. i, 2738.
alolupatva

(H3) a-lolupa--tva [p= 95,2] [L=16817] ( [ ṠvetUp. ] ) ( [ Bhag. xvi, 2, v.1 ] ) n. freedom from any desire.
aloluptva

(H3) alolup-tva [p= 95,2] [L=16818] ( [ Bhag. xvi, 2, v.1 ] ) n. freedom from any desire.
avana

(H2) avana a [p= 96,1] [L=16943] n. favour, preservation, protection Nir. ; BhP. &c. (cf. an.avana)
[p= 96,1] [L=16944] (= tarpaṇa) satisfaction L.
[p= 96,1] [L=16945] joy, pleasure L.
[p= 96,1] [L=16946] ( for the explan. of 2. eva) desire, wish Nir.
[p= 96,1] [L=16947] speed L.
(H2B) avana [p= 1317,1] [L=16947.1] mfn. preserving, a preserver, Dharmaṡ.
(H1) avana b [p= 100,2] [L=17538] See √av.
avakāṅkṣ

(H1) ava- √ kāṅkṣ [p= 96,2] [L=16970]
to desire, long for Car. ;

p. neg. an-avakāṅkṣamāṇa, not wishing impatiently (said of ascetics who, having renounced all food, expect death without impatience) Jain.

avacicīṣā

(H2) ava-cicīṣā [p= 98,1] [L=17221] f. (Desid.) a desire to gather Ṡiṡ. vi, 10.
avaśa

(H1) a-vaśa [p= 104,1] [L=18129] mf (ā) n. unsubmissive to another's will, independent, unrestrained, free , AV. vi, 42, 3 & 43, 3, &c.
[p= 104,1] [L=18130] not having one's own free will, doing something against one's desire or unwillingly Mn. v, 33 ; Bhag. &c.
avaśas

(H1) ava-śas [p= 104,2] [L=18148] ( only instr. -śasā) f. ( √ śaṁs), wrong desire AV. vi, 45, 2.
avas

(H1) avas 1 [p= 104,3] [L=18205] n. ( √ av), favour, furtherance, protection, assistance RV. ; AV. ; VS.
[p= 104,3] [L=18206] refreshing RV.
[p= 104,3] [L=18207] enjoyment, pleasure RV.
[p= 104,3] [L=18208] wish, desire ( as of men for the gods &c. RV. , or of the waters for the sea RV. viii, 16, 2 ) (cf. -sv-avas. )
(H1) avas 2 [p= 104,3] [L=18219] ind. ( once, before m, avar RV. i, 133, 6 ; cf. Pāṇ. 8-2, 70 ) ( fr. 2. ava) downwards RV.
[p= 104,3] [L=18219.1] (as a prep.) down from (abl. or instr.) RV.
[p= 104,3] [L=18219.2] below ( with instr.) RV. i, 164, 7 and 18, x, 67, 4.
aviṣyā

(H2) aviṣyā [p= 110,2] [L=19091] f. desire, ardour RV. ii, 38, 3.
avenat

(H1) a-venat [p= 111,1] [L=19203] mfn. not having any wish or desire RV. x, 27, 16.
aśanāya

(H2) aśanāya a [p= 112,3] [L=19424] Nom. P. °yati ( Pāṇ. 7-4, 34 ) to desire food, be hungry ṠBr. ; ChUp.
(H1) aśanāya b [p= 113,1] [L=19490] &c. See √2. aś.
aśanāyā

(H2) aśanāyā [p= 112,3] [L=19425] aśanāyā or aśanāyā f. desire of eating or consuming, hunger ṠBr. ; AitBr. &c.
aśuśrūṣā

(H1) a-śuśrūṣā [p= 113,3] [L=19623] f. non-desire of hearing, disobedience, neglect of service or respect MBh. v, 1535.
aśvayā

(H2) aśvayā [p= 116,1] [L=20127] f. desire to get horses RV. viii, 46, 10 ; ix, 64, 4.
aśvīya

(H2) aśvīya 1 [p= 116,1] [L=20152] Nom. P. °yati, to desire horses Pāṇ. 7-1, 51 Sch. : Desid. aśvīyiyiṣati or aśisviyiṣati Pāṇ. 6-1, 3 Comm.
(H2) aśvīya 2 [p= 116,1] [L=20153] mfn. (g. apūpā*di q.v.) conducive to horses L.
[p= 116,1] [L=20154] ( Pāṇ. 4-2, 48 ) a number of horses or horsemen with horses Kād. ; Kathās.
asaṁkalpa

(H1) a-saṁkalpa [p= 118,1] [L=20465] m. absence of desire BhP.
(H1B) a-saṁkalpa [p= 118,1] [L=20466] n. id. R. i, 67 ,15.
asaṁkalpayat

(H2) a-saṁkalpayat [p= 118,1] [L=20468] mfn. having no desire Kauṡ.
asaṅgin

(H2) a-saṅgin [p= 118,1] [L=20491] mfn. not attached to the world BhP.
[p= 118,1] [L=20492] free from worldly desire MārkP.
asadgraha

(H3) asad--graha [p= 118,3] [L=20581] mfn. performing mischievous or malignous tricks BhP.
(H3B) asad--graha [p= 118,3] [L=20582] m. caprice, idle or childish desire BhP. ; VP. &c.
aspṛhā

(H1B) a-spṛhā [p= 123,2] [L=21485] f. no desire Gaut. ; BhavP. i.
asmaya

(H2) asmaya [p= 123,2] [L=21507] Nom. P. °yati, to desire us Pat.
ahampūrvikā

(H3) aham--pūrvikā [p= 124,2] [L=21666] f. emulation, desire of being first Kir. xiv, 32.
ākalana

(H2) ā-kalana [p= 126,3] [L=22054] n. fastening Ṡiṡ. v, 42
[p= 126,3] [L=22055] reckoning L.
[p= 126,3] [L=22056] wish, desire L.
ākā

(H1) ā- √ kā [p= 126,3] [L=22082] (perf. Ā. 1. and 3. sg. -cake) to endeavour to obtain, desire, love RV. : Intens. (Impv. 3. pl. -cakantu ; cf. ā- √kan) to be pleased with (loc.) RV. i, 122, 14.
ākāṅkṣ

(H1) ā- √ kāṅkṣ [p= 126,3] [L=22084]
P. Ā. -kāṅkṣati, °te, to desire, long for, endeavour to gain ( with acc.) AitBr. ; Mn. x, 121, &c. , ( rarely with gen.) Mn. ii, 162 ;

(perf. -cakāṅkṣa R. ; Ragh. ) to expect, wait for or till Lāṭy. ; MBh. xiv, 1279, &c. ;

to endeavour to reach a place, turn to (acc.) Mn. iii, 258 ;

( in Gr.) to require some word or words to be supplied for the completion of the sense Pāṇ. Sch.

ākāṅkṣā

(H2B) ā-kāṅkṣā [p= 126,3] [L=22086] f. desire, wish Suṡr. ; Sāh. &c.
(H2B) ā-kāṅkṣā [p= 126,3] [L=22087] f. ( in Gr.) need of supplying a word or period for the completion of the sense Sāh. &c.
ātmaprīti

(H3) ātma--prīti [p= 135,2] [L=23554] f. strong desire to enjoy anything Pāṇ. 7-1, 51.
ātmābhilāṣa

(H3) ātmā* bhilāṣa [p= 136,1] [L=23667] m. the soul's desire Megh.
ātmecchā

(H3) āt--° me* cchā [p= 1319,2] [L=23674.1] f. desire of (union with) the Un°iversal soul, Ṡaṃk.
āpṝ

(H1) ā- √ pṝ [p= 143,3] [L=25022]
P. -piparti, -pṛṇāti, and -pṛṇati, to fill up, fulfil, fill RV. ; AV. ; VS. ;

to do any one's desire, satisfy any one's wish RV. : Ā. -pṛṇate, to surfeit one's self, satiate or satisfy one's self RV. : Pass. -pūryate, to be filled, become full, increase ;

to be satiated, satisfied RV. ; ṠBr. ; BhP. ; MBh. ; Kathās. &c. : Caus. -pūrayati, to fill up, fulfil, fill ṠBr. ; Hariv. ; Rājat. &c. ;

to fill with noise MBh. ; R. ;

to fill with air, to inflate R. ;

to cover ;

to load anything with MBh. ; R. ; Ṛtus. ; Kathās.

āprā

(H1) ā- √ prā [p= 144,2] [L=25125]
P. (pf. ā-paprau AV. xix, 49, 1 and ; RV. ; aor. 2. sg. ā*prās RV. i, 52, 13, &c. ) Ā. (pf. ā-papre AV. xi, 2, 27 ; aor. ā*prāyi AV. xix, 47, 1, &c. ) to fulfil ;

to accomplish any one's desire (kāmam) .

ābhimukhya

(H1) ābhimukhya [p= 145,3] [L=25293] n. ( fr. abhi-mukha), direction towards
[p= 145,3] [L=25294] being in front of or face to face, presence Pāṇ. ; Pañcat. ; Sāh.
[p= 145,3] [L=25295] wish or desire directed towards anything
[p= 145,3] [L=25296] the state of being about to do anything.
āmiṣa

(H2) āmiṣa a [p= 146,2] [L=25436] See s.v.
(H1) āmiṣa b [p= 147,1] [L=25523] n. ( probably connected with 1. āma ; fr. √2. miṣ, "to wet" T. ), flesh MBh. ; Mn. ; Pañcat. ; Hit. ; Ragh. &c.
[p= 147,1] [L=25524] food, meat, prey
[p= 147,1] [L=25525] an object of enjoyment, a pleasing or beautiful object &c. Mn. ; Ragh. ; Kathās. &c.
[p= 147,1] [L=25526] coveting, longing for
[p= 147,1] [L=25527] lust, desire
[p= 147,1] [L=25528] a gift, boon, fee L.
āryasatya

(H3) ārya--satya [p= 152,3] [L=26596] n. ( pāli ariyasaccam) sublime truth
[p= 152,3] [L=26597] ( with Buddhists the cattari ariyasaccāni or "four great truths" are, 1. life is suffering, 2. desire of life is the cause of suffering, 3. extinction of that desire is the cessation of suffering, 4. the eightfold path (See below ) leads to that extinction.)
ālaṣ

(H1) ā- √ laṣ [p= 153,3] [L=26771] Ā. -laṣate, to desire, lust after BhP. v, 13, 6.
āvan

(H1) ā- √ van [p= 154,3] [L=26955]
Ā. ( 2. sg. ā-vanase RV. i, 140, 11 ; pf. 3. sg. ā-vavne RV. v, 74, 7 ; aor. 3. sg. -avaniṣīṣṭa RV. i, 127, 7 ) to wish, desire, crave for ;

to procure.

[p= 1320,2] [L=26955.1] (add) Desid, -vivasate, to seek to win, attract, propitiate, RV. i, 41, 8 .
āvṛ

(H1) ā- √ vṛ 1 1 [p= 156,1] [L=27172]
P. -vṛṇoti, to cover, hide, conceal ;

to surround, enclose, shut, comprehend, hem in ;

to keep off MBh. ; R. ; BhP. ; Ṡak. ; Kathās. &c. : Caus. -vārayati, to cover, enclose ;

to ward off, keep off MBh. ; R. ; BhP. ; VarBṛS.

(H1) ā- √ vṛ 2 2 [p= 156,1] [L=27201]
Ā. (ā-vṛṇe RV. i, 17, 1, &c. ; 1. pl. -vṛṇīmahe) P. (-varat RV. i, 143, 6, &c. ) to choose, desire, prefer RV. ; AV. ;

to fulfil, grant (a wish) RV. ; MBh.

āśaṁs

(H1) ā- √ śaṁs [p= 157,1] [L=27372]
P. -śaṁsati (aor. 1. sg. -śaṁsiṣam RV. x, 44, 5 ) Ā. -śaṁsate, to hope for, expect ;

to wish to attain, desire ;

to suspect, fear RV. ; AV. ; AitBr. ; ĀṡvGṛ. ; R. ; MBh. ; Kathās. ; Ṡak. ; BhP. ; Mn. &c. ;

to ask MBh. ; BhP. ;

to praise, extol BhP. ;

to tell, speak, recite ;

to announce Ṡak. ; Kum. ; BhP. ; Daṡ. : Caus. (Impv. ā-śaṁsaya RV. i, 29, 1 and [with Wh. and Ro.] AV. xix, 64, 4 ) to excite, hope for.

āśaṁsā

(H2) ā-śaṁsā [p= 157,1] [L=27374] f. hope, expectation, desire, wish Pāṇ. ; Ragh. ; Vikr. ; Sāh.
āśas

(H2) ā-śas [p= 157,1] [L=27382] f. ( earlier form for 1. āśā) wish, desire, hope ( praise [ Sāy. ] ) RV. ; AV. vii, 57, 1.
āśā

(H2) ā-śā 1 [p= 157,1] [L=27384] f. wish, desire, hope, expectation, prospect AV. ; ṠBr. ; ChUp. ; R. ; Ṡak. ; Kathās. ; Pañcat. &c.
[p= 157,1] [L=27385] Hope personified as the wife of a vasu Hariv.
[p= 157,1] [L=27386] as the daughter-in-law of manas Prab.
[p= 157,1] [L=27387] ( for 2. āśā See s.v.)
(H1) āśā 2 [p= 157,2] [L=27436] f. ( √1. aś ; for 1. āśā See ā- √śaṁs), space, region, quarter of the heavens RV. ; AV. ; TS. ; R. ; MBh. ; Ragh. &c.
āśikṣā

(H2) ā-śikṣā a [p= 157,1] [L=27404] f. desire of learning VS. xxx, 10.
(H1) ā-śikṣā b [p= 157,3] [L=27476] See ā- √śak.
āśās

(H1) ā- √ śās [p= 157,2] [L=27453]
Ā. -śāste (aor. 1. pl. ā-śiṣāmahi RV. viii, 24, 1 ) to desire, wish, ask, pray for ;

to hope, expect RV. ; AV. ; TS. ; ṠBr. ; AitBr. ; BhP. ; MBh. &c. ;

to instruct, order, command Kathās. ; Bhaṭṭ. ;

to subdue RV. ii, 28, 9 ( [ā-śādhi = "anuśiṣṭān kuru " Sāy. ] )

āhavakāmyā

(H3) ā-hava--kāmyā [p= 163,2] [L=28499] f. desire of war.
iti

(H2) iti 1 [p= 163,3] [L=28547] f. ityai (dat.) See √i above
[p= 163,3] [L=28548] ( for 2. iti See s. v. )
(H1) iti 2 [p= 165,1] [L=28747] ind. ( fr. pronominal base 3. i), in this manner, thus ( in its original signification iti refers to something that has been said or thought, or lays stress on what precedes ; in the brāhmaṇas it is often equivalent to "as you know", reminding the hearer or reader of certain customs, conditions, &c. supposed to be known to him) . In quotations of every kind iti means that the preceding words are the very words which some person has or might have spoken, and placed thus at the end of a speech it serves the purpose of inverted commas (ity uktvā, having so said ; iti kṛtvā, having so considered, having so decided ) . It may often have reference merely to what is passing in the mind e.g. bālo 'pi nā*vamantavyo manuṣya iti bhūmipaḥ, a king, though a child, is not to be despised, saying to one's self, "he is a mortal", ( Gr. 928. ) In dram. iti tathā karoti means "after these words he acts thus." Sometimes iti is used to include under one head a number of separate objects aggregated together (e.g. ijyā*dhyayanadānāni tapaḥ satyaṁ kṣamā damaḥ alobha iti mārgo 'yam, "sacrificing, studying, liberality, penance, truth, patience, self-restraint, absence of desire", this course of conduct, &c. ) iti is sometimes followed by evam, iva, or a demonstrative pronoun pleonastically (e.g. tām brūyād bhavatī*ty evam, her he may call "lady", thus) . iti may form an adverbial compound with the name of an author (e.g. iti-pāṇini, thus according to pāṇini ) . It may also express the act of calling attention (lo! behold!) It may have some other significations e.g. something additional ( as in ityādi, et caetera ), order, arrangement specific or distinctive, and identity. It is used by native commentators after quoting a rule to express "according to such a rule" (e.g. anudāttaṅita ity ātmanepadam bhavati, according to the rule of pāṇini i, 3, 12 , the ātmane-pada takes place ) . kim iti = kim, wherefore, why? ( In the śatapatha-brāhmaṇa ti occurs for iti ; cf. Prakrit ti and tti. )
[p= 1320,3] [L=28747.1] "and so forth" (iti co*ti ca, "thus and thus", "in this and that manner"), MBh.
iṣ

Whitney Roots links: iṣ1, iṣ1, iṣ2
(H1) iṣ 1 [p= 168,3] [L=29439]
cl.1 P. eṣati (See anu- √1. iṣ and pari- √1. iṣ) Ā. eṣate, to seek, search BhP. : cl.4 P. iṣyati and 9. P. Ā. iṣṇāti (p. iṣṇat RV. i, 181, 6, and iṣṇāna RV. i, 61, 13 ; pf. 3. pl. īṣus RV. , and īṣire AV. ; aiṣīt ; inf. iṣadhyai RV. vii, 43, 1 ) to cause to move quickly, let fly, throw, cast, swing RV. ;

to send out or off, stream out, pour out, discharge ;

to deliver (a speech), announce, proclaim AV. ; ṠBr. ;

to impel, incite, animate, promote RV. ; AV. ; VS. ; ṠBr.

(H2) iṣ 2 [p= 168,3] [L=29440] ifc. mfn. moving quickly, speedy. See aram-iṣ.
(H1) iṣ 3 [p= 169,1] [L=29516]
cl.6 P., ep. and Ved. also Ā. ic-chati (Subj. icchāt RV. ; AV. ), icchate ( AV. xi, 5, 17 ; impf. aicchat, iyeṣa and īṣe, eṣiṣyate, aiṣīt, eṣitum or eṣṭum), to endeavour to obtain, strive, seek for RV. ; AV. ; ṠBr. ; AitBr. ;

to endeavour to make favourable ;

to desire, wish, long for, request ;

to wish or be about to do anything, intend RV. ; AV. ; ṠBr. ; R. ; Hit. ; Ṡak. &c. ;

to strive to obtain anything (acc.) from any one (abl. or loc.) ;

to expect or ask anything from any one MBh. ; Mn. ; Ṡak. ; Ragh. ; Hit. &c. ;

to assent, be favourable, concede KātyṠr. ; Mn. ; Kathās. ;

to choose Mn. ;

to acknowledge, maintain, regard, think Pāṇ. Comm. Pass. iṣyate, to be wished or liked ;

to be wanted MBh. ; Hit. ; Ṡak. &c. ;

to be asked or requested ;

to be prescribed or ordered Mn. ; R. ;

to be approved or acknowledged ;

to be accepted or regarded as MBh. ; Prab. ; Yājñ. ; Mn. &c. ;

to be worth ;

to be wanted as a desideratum See 2. iṣṭi: Caus. eṣayati, (in surg.) to probe Suṡr. ii, 7, 15 : Desid. eṣiṣiṣati ; [ with iṣ cf. Old Germ. eiscôm, "I ask" ; Mod. Germ. heische ; Angl.Sax. ásciani cf. also Gk. ἰό-της, ἵμερος ; Lith. je0skóti ; Russ. iskate, "to seek."]

(H2) iṣ 4 [p= 169,2] [L=29539] mfn. ifc. seeking for (See gav-iṣ, paśv-iṣ, &c. )
(H2B) iṣ [p= 169,2] [L=29540] f. wish Hariv. ( [cf. iṭ-cara] ) .
(H1) iṣ 5 [p= 169,2] [L=29592] f. anything drunk, a draught, refreshment, enjoyment
[p= 169,2] [L=29593] libation
[p= 169,2] [L=29594] the refreshing waters of the sky
[p= 169,2] [L=29595] sap, strength, freshness, comfort, increase
[p= 169,2] [L=29596] good condition, affluence RV. ; AV. ; VS. ; AitBr.
icchatā

(H2) iccha-tā [p= 169,1] [L=29520] f. desire, wishfulness L.
icchatva

(H2) iccha-tva [p= 169,1] [L=29521] n. desire, wishfulness L.
icchā

(H2) icchā [p= 169,1] [L=29522] f. wish, desire, inclination, K.: Mn. ; Yājñ. ; Pañcat. ; Ragh. &c.
[p= 169,1] [L=29523] (in math.) a question or problem
[p= 169,1] [L=29524] (in gram.) the desiderative form APrāt.
icchayā

(H2C) icchayā [p= 169,1] [L=29525] ind. according to wish or desire Pañcat. ; Hit. ; Megh. &c. ; icchāṁ ni- √grah, to suppress one's desire.
icchānivṛtti

(H3) icchā--nivṛtti [p= 169,1] [L=29528] f. suppression or cessation of desire.
icchānvita

(H3) icchā* nvita [p= 169,1] [L=29529] (icchā*nvita) mfn. having a desire, wishing, wishful.
icchārūpa

(H3) icchā--rūpa [p= 169,2] [L=29533] n. Desire (as personified by the śāktas), the first manifestation of divine power (cf. sve*cchā-maya) .
iṣṭa

(H2) iṣṭa 1 [p= 169,2] [L=29547] mfn. ( for 2. See s.v.), sought ṠBr.
[p= 169,2] [L=29548] wished, desired
[p= 169,2] [L=29549] liked, beloved
[p= 169,2] [L=29550] agreeable
[p= 169,2] [L=29551] cherished RV. ; ṠBr. ; KātyṠr. ; Mn. ; Pañcat. ; Ṡak. &c.
[p= 169,2] [L=29552] reverenced, respected
[p= 169,2] [L=29553] regarded as good, approved Mn. ; Sāṃkhyak.
[p= 169,2] [L=29554] valid
(H2B) iṣṭa [p= 169,2] [L=29555] m. a lover, a husband Ṡak. 83 c
(H2B) iṣṭa [p= 169,2] [L=29556] m. the plant Ricinus Communis L.
(H2B) iṣṭa [p= 169,2] [L=29558] n. wish, desire RV. ; AV. ; AitBr. ; Mn. ; R.
(H1) iṣṭa 2 [p= 169,3] [L=29624] mfn. (p.p. fr. √ yaj ; for 1. iṣṭa See col.2 ) sacrificed, worshipped with sacrifices VS. ; ṠBr. ; KātyṠr. ; AitBr. &c.
(H1B) iṣṭa [p= 169,3] [L=29625] m. sacrifice MārkP. xiii, 15
(H1B) iṣṭa [p= 169,3] [L=29626] n. sacrificing, sacrifice
(H1B) iṣṭa [p= 169,3] [L=29627] n. sacred rite, sacrament L.
iṣṭatas

(H3) iṣṭa--tas [p= 169,2] [L=29569] ind. according to one's wish or desire.
iṣṭayāman

(H3) iṣṭa--yāman [p= 169,2] [L=29575] (iṣṭa°) mfn. going according to desire RV. ix, 88, 3.
iṣṭi

(H2) iṣṭi 1 [p= 169,1] [L=29509] f. impulse, acceleration, hurry
[p= 169,1] [L=29510] invitation
[p= 169,1] [L=29511] order
[p= 169,1] [L=29512] despatch RV.
(H2) iṣṭi 2 [p= 169,2] [L=29586] f. seeking, going after RV.
[p= 169,2] [L=29587] endeavouring to obtain
[p= 169,2] [L=29588] wish, request, desire RV. ; VS. &c.
[p= 169,2] [L=29589] any desired object
[p= 169,2] [L=29590] a desired rule, a desideratum, a N. applied to the statement of grammarians who are considered as authoritative.
(H2) iṣṭi 3 [p= 169,3] [L=29650] f. sacrificing, sacrifice
[p= 169,3] [L=29651] an oblation consisting of butter, fruits, &c. , opposed to the sacrifice of an animal or soma RV. i, 166, 14 ; x, 169, 2 ; ṠBr. ; ĀṡvṠr. ; Yājñ. ; Mn. ; Ṡak. ; Ragh. &c.
iṣṭu

(H2) iṣṭu [p= 169,2] [L=29591] f. wish, desire L.
iṣva

(H1) iṣva [p= 1321,1] [L=29666.1] m. (fr. √ 3. iṣ) desire, L.
[p= 1321,1] [L=29666.2] a Vedic teacher, L.
īpsā

(H2) īpsā [p= 170,2] [L=29750] f. asking, desire or wish to obtain MBh. ; R.
īpsita

(H2) īpsita [p= 170,2] [L=29751] mfn. wished, desired
(H2B) īpsita [p= 170,2] [L=29752] n. desire, wish MBh. ; R. ; Ragh. ; Kathās.
īh

Whitney Roots links: īh
(H1) īh [p= 171,3] [L=29985]
cl.1 Ā. īhate, īhāṁ-cakre, īhiṣyate, īhitum, rarely P. īhati, &c. , to endeavour to obtain ;

to aim at, attempt ;

to long for, desire ;

to take care of ;

to have in mind, think of ( with acc.) MBh. ; R. ; BhP. ; Bhag. ; Pañcat. &c. : Caus. īhayati, to impel.

īhā

(H2B) īhā [p= 171,3] [L=29987] f. effort, exertion, activity Mn. ; MBh. ; R. &c.
(H2B) īhā [p= 171,3] [L=29988] f. request, desire, wish R. ; Sāh. ; MBh. &c.
īhita

(H2) īhita [p= 171,3] [L=29994] mfn. sought, attempted, striven for
[p= 171,3] [L=29995] wished, desired
(H2B) īhita [p= 171,3] [L=29996] n. desire, request, wish, effort Hit. ; Kathās. ; Prab. &c.
ukṣaṇya

(H2) ukṣaṇya [p= 172,1] [L=30078]
Nom. P. ukṣaṇyati, to wish for bulls &c. ;

to desire one who pours down riches ( [ Sāy. ] ) RV. viii, 26, 9.

ugracaya

(H3) ugra--caya [p= 172,2] [L=30149] m. strong desire.
uccicīṣā

(H2) uc-cicīṣā [p= 1321,2] [L=30364.4] f. (fr., Desid. of √ 1. ci) desire of plucking or gathering, Ṡiṡ.
ujjigamiṣā

(H1) uj-jigamiṣā [p= 1321,2] [L=30555.1] f. (fr. Desid. of √gam) desire of coming forth, Kāvyād.
utka

(H1) utka [p= 175,2] [L=30700] mfn. ( fr. 1. ud Pāṇ. 5-2, 80 ), excited by the desire of obtaining anything
[p= 175,2] [L=30701] wishing for ( with inf.), desirous of, longing for
[p= 175,3] [L=30702] regretting, sad, sorrowful
[p= 175,3] [L=30703] absent, thinking of something else Kathās. ; Megh. ; Ṡiṡ. &c.
(H1B) utka [p= 175,3] [L=30704] mn. desire Kathās.
(H1B) utka [p= 175,3] [L=30705] mn. opportunity, occasion L.
utkaṇikā

(H1) utkaṇikā [p= 175,3] [L=30731] f. desire, longing (v.l. for utkalikā, q.v.) MārkP.
utkaṇṭhaka

(H2) utkaṇṭhaka [p= 175,3] [L=30743] mfn. exciting desire VarBṛS.
utsuka

(H1) utsuka [p= 182,2] [L=31934] mfn. ( fr. su, "well", with 1. ud in the sense of "apart", and affix ka), restless, uneasy, unquiet, anxious R. ; MBh. &c.
[p= 182,2] [L=31935] anxiously desirous, zealously active, striving or making exertions for any object (cf. jayo*tsuka) R. ; Pañcat. ; Ṡak. ; Megh. &c.
[p= 182,2] [L=31936] eager for, fond of, attached to
[p= 182,2] [L=31937] regretting, repining, missing, sorrowing for Ragh. ; Vikr. ; Ṡak. &c.
(H1B) utsuka [p= 182,2] [L=31938] n. sorrow
(H1B) utsuka [p= 182,2] [L=31939] n. longing for, desire (See nirutsuka) .
utsukatā

(H3) utsuka--tā [p= 182,2] [L=31940] f. restlessness, uneasiness, unquietness Pañcat.
[p= 182,2] [L=31941] zeal, desire, longing for, Ṡiṡ. ; Vikr.
[p= 182,2] [L=31942] attachment, affection
[p= 182,2] [L=31943] sorrow, regret L.
utsukatva

(H3) utsuka--tva [p= 182,2] [L=31944] n. restlessness, uneasiness, unquietness Pañcat.
[p= 182,2] [L=31945] zeal, desire, longing for, Ṡiṡ. ; Vikr.
[p= 182,2] [L=31946] attachment, affection
[p= 182,2] [L=31947] sorrow, regret L.
udanyā

(H2B) udanyā [p= 183,3] [L=32236] f. want or desire of water, thirst ChUp. ; Rājat. ; Bhaṭṭ.
udāsin

(H2) udāsin [p= 185,3] [L=32552] mfn. indifferent, disregarding
[p= 185,3] [L=32553] one who has no desire nor affection for anything
(H2B) udāsin [p= 185,3] [L=32554] m. a stoic, philosopher
(H2B) udāsin [p= 185,3] [L=32555] m. (in popular acceptation) any religious mendicant (or one of a particular order) W.
uddhī

(H1) ud- √ dhī [p= 189,1] [L=33136] P. (impf. 3. pl. -adīdhayus) to look upwards with desire RV. vii, 33, 5.
uddidhīrṣā

(H1) ud-didhīrṣā a [p= 188,1] [L=32960] See [p= 189,2].
(H2) ud-didhīrṣā b [p= 189,2] [L=33152] f. desire to remove Comm. on Nyāyad.
upagam

(H1) upa- √ gam [p= 196,2] [L=34299]
P. -gacchati (inf. -gantavai RV. x, 160, 5 ) to go near to, come towards, approach, arrive at, reach, attain, visit ( with acc. and rarely dat.) RV. ; ṠBr. ; MBh. &c. ;

to come upon, attack ;

to press hard upon RV. i,53, 9 ; MBh. ; Mṛcch. &c. ;

to occur, happen, present itself R. ; Megh. ; Pañcat. &c. ;

to undertake, begin ṠBr. ; R. ;

to approach (a woman sexually) MBh. ; Mn. ;

to enter any state or relation, undergo, obtain, participate in, make choice of, suffer MBh. ; Yājñ. ; Kum. ; Mālav. &c. ;

to admit, agree to, allow, confess: Caus. -gamayati, to cause to come near or approach Daṡ. : Desid. -jigamiṣati, to wish to approach, desire to go BhP.

upacitarasa

(H3) upa-cita--rasa [p= 197,3] [L=34510] mfn. one whose (appetite or) desire is increased Megh. 115.
upajoṣa

(H2) upa-joṣa [p= 198,2] [L=34593] m. desire, pleasure, liking See yatho*pajoṣam
[p= 198,2] [L=34595] silently, quietly Ṡak. 202, 8 v.l.
upajoṣam

(H2C) upa-joṣam [p= 198,2] [L=34594] ind. according to one's desire or liking L.
uparataviṣayābhilāṣa

(H3) upa-rata--viṣayā* bhilāṣa [p= 204,3] [L=35496] mfn. one whose desire after worldly things has ceased.
uparataspṛha

(H3) upa-rata--spṛha [p= 204,3] [L=35498] mfn. one in whom desire has ceased, free from desire.
upalubh

(H1) upa- √ lubh [p= 206,1] [L=35697] Caus. -lobhayati, to cause to wish, excite the desire of (acc.), allure PārGṛ. ; Kām.
upaśikṣā

(H2) upa-śikṣā a [p= 207,3] [L=35880] f. desire of learning VS. xxx, 10
[p= 207,3] [L=35881] learning, acquisition Mṛcch. ; Kathās.
(H1) upa-śikṣā b [p= 208,1] [L=35925] See upa- √śak.
upasthanigraha

(H3) upa-stha--nigraha [p= 211,1] [L=36344] m. restraint of sexual desire Yājñ. iii, 314.
upahava

(H2) upa-hava [p= 212,2] [L=36533] m. calling to, inviting, invitation, (upa-havam- √iṣ, to desire an invitation to [loc.], wish to be invited to e.g. tasminn indra upahavam aicchata, indra wished to be invited to that [sacrifice] TS. ii, 4, 12, 1 ) TS. ; ṠBr. ; ĀṡvṠr. ; KātyṠr.
upādāna

(H2) upā* -dāna [p= 213,2] [L=36642] n. the act of taking for one's self, appropriating to one's self MBh. ; Mn. &c.
[p= 213,2] [L=36643] perceiving, noticing, learning, acquiring (knowledge) Hit. ; Vop.
[p= 213,2] [L=36644] accepting, allowing, including
[p= 213,2] [L=36645] employment, use Sāh. ; Sarvad. ; Kap.
[p= 213,2] [L=36646] saying, speaking, mentioning, enumeration Vedāntas. ; Kāṡ. ; Siddh.
[p= 213,2] [L=36647] abstraction, withdrawing (the organs of sense from the outer world) L.
[p= 213,2] [L=36648] ( with Buddh. ) grasping at or clinging to existence ( caused by tṛṣṇā, desire, and causing bhava, new births )
[p= 213,2] [L=36649] (with rāmānujas) preparation (of perfumes, flowers &c. as one of the five elements of worship) Sarvad.
[p= 213,2] [L=36650] cause, motive, material cause
[p= 213,2] [L=36651] material of any kind Sāṃkhyak. ; Vedāntas. ; Kap. &c.
[p= 213,2] [L=36652] offering, present L.
upepsā

(H2) upe* psā a [p= 214,1] [L=36735] f. desire to obtain MaitrS. ii, 9, 8 ; ṠBr.
(H1) upe* psā b [p= 216,1] [L=36985] f. See [p= 214,1].
uruṣyā

(H2) uruṣyā [p= 218,1] [L=37397] ind. (instr.) with desire to protect RV. vi, 44, 7.
uśadah

(H2) uśa-dah [p= 219,3] [L=37663] m. burning with desire or intensely, N. of agni RV. iii, 6, 7 ; 34, 3 ; vii, 7, 2.
uśanā

(H2) uśanā [p= 219,3] [L=37665] ind. with desire or haste, zealously RV.
(H2B) uśanā [p= 219,3] [L=37665.1] f. N. of a wife of rudra.
ūrmi

(H1) ūrmi [p= 222,3] [L=38296] mf. ( √ṛ Uṇ. iv, 44 ), a wave, billow RV. ; AV. ; VS. ; KātyṠr. ; MBh. ; Ragh. &c.
[p= 222,3] [L=38297] (figuratively) wave of pain or passion or grief &c. R. ; Prab. &c.
[p= 222,3] [L=38298] "the waves of existence" (six are enumerated, viz. cold and heat [of the body], greediness and illusion [of the mind], and hunger and thirst [of life] Subh. ; or according to others, hunger, thirst, decay, death, grief, illusion Comm. on VP. ; W. )
[p= 222,3] [L=38299] speed, velocity TBr. ii, 5, 7, 1 ; Ṡiṡ. v, 4
[p= 222,3] [L=38300] symbolical expression for the number six RāmatUp.
[p= 222,3] [L=38301] a fold or plait in a garment L.
[p= 222,3] [L=38302] line, row L.
[p= 222,3] [L=38303] missing, regretting, desire L.
[p= 222,3] [L=38304] appearance, becoming manifest L. ; ( [cf. Lith. vil-ni-s ; Old High Germ. wella ; Mod. Germ. Welle ; Eng. well. ] )
ṛtayā

(H2) ṛtayā [p= 224,1] [L=38507] ind. in the right manner ( [ BRD. ] ), [ through desire of reward of pious actions Sāy. ] RV. ii, 11, 12.
ekoti

(H3) eko* ti [p= 230,3] [L=39933] mfn. having one and the same object of desire or aim (course), tending to one single purpose ṠBr. xii, 2, 2, 4
eṣ

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Whitney Roots links: īṣ
(H1) eṣ 1 [p= 232,3] [L=40241]
( probably connected with 3. iṣ) cl.1 P. Ā. eṣati (Impv. eṣatu p. eṣat inf. eṣe), -te, eṣāṁ-cakre, eṣitā, &c. , to go, move Dhātup. xvi, 17 ;

to creep, glide RV. x, 89 ; 14 ; AV. vi, 67, 3 ;

to glide or hasten towards, attain, obtain RV. v, 41, 5 ; 66, 3 ; 86, 4.

(H1) e* ṣ 2 [p= 232,3] [L=40243]
(ā- √īṣ) P. Ā. -īṣati, -te, to hasten near or towards, fly at ;

to endeavour to reach or obtain ;

to desire, request RV.

eṣaṇa

(H2) e* ṣaṇa 1 [p= 232,3] [L=40244] f (ā) n. impulse, ardent desire BhP.
(H2) eṣaṇa 2 [p= 233,1] [L=40259] mfn. seeking for, wishing Nir.
(H2B) eṣaṇa [p= 233,1] [L=40260] m. an iron arrow L.
(H2B) eṣaṇa [p= 233,1] [L=40262] m. (with jainas) right behaviour when begging food Sarvad. 39, 9
(H2B) eṣaṇa [p= 233,1] [L=40264] m. a goldsmith's scale L.
(H2B) eṣaṇa [p= 233,1] [L=40265] n. the act of seeking, begging, solicitation MBh.
(H2B) eṣaṇa [p= 233,1] [L=40266] n. medical examination, probing Suṡr.
eṣṭi

(H2) e* ṣṭi [p= 233,1] [L=40248] f. (See above ) seeking to go towards, wish, desire RV. vi, 21, 8 ; VS.
eṣaṇā

(H2B) eṣaṇā [p= 233,1] [L=40261] f. seeking with, desire, begging, solicitation, request ṠBr. ; Pāṇ. ; Rājat. &c.
autkaṇṭhya

(H1) autkaṇṭhya [p= 236,3] [L=40850] n. ( fr. ut-kaṇṭha), desire, longing for BhP.
[p= 236,3] [L=40851] intensity BhP. x, 13, 35.
autkya

(H1) autkya [p= 236,3] [L=40855] n. ( fr. ut-ka), desire, longing for Vop.
autsukya

(H1) autsukya [p= 237,1] [L=40895] n. ( fr. ut-suka), anxiety, desire, longing for, regret MBh. ; R. ; Ragh. &c.
[p= 237,1] [L=40896] eagerness, zeal, fervour, officiousness Pañcat. ; Kathās.
[p= 237,1] [L=40897] impatience Sāh. ; Pratāpar.
kaṇūkaya

(H2) kaṇūkaya [p= 245,1] [L=42344] Nom. P. (pres. p. f. kaṇūkayantī) to desire to utter words (of blame or censure) RV. x, 132, 7.
kaṇe

(H1) kaṇe [p= 245,2] [L=42349] ind., considered as a gati in the sense of "satisfying a desire" Pāṇ. 1-4, 66 , (e.g. kaṇe-hatya payaḥ pibati, he drinks milk till he is satiated Kāṡ. )
kaṇṭh

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(H1) kaṇṭh [p= 245,3] [L=42456]
cl.1 P. Ā. kaṇṭhati, -te: cl.10 P. kaṇṭhayati, to mourn ;

to long for, desire (cf. 2. ut-kaṇṭha) Dhātup. viii, 11 ;

xxxiv, 40 .

kaṇḍu

(H2) kaṇḍu [p= 246,1] [L=42570] f. = kaṇḍū below Suṡr.
[p= 1323,3] [L=42570.1] an itching or ardent desire, Ṡiṡ.
(H2B) kaṇḍu [p= 246,1] [L=42571] m. N. of a ṛṣi VP. ; BhP. &c.
kaṇḍūjuṣ

(H3) kaṇḍū--juṣ [p= 246,1] [L=42585] mfn. feeling a desire to scratch, itching Hcar. 44, 7.
kaṇḍūti

(H2) kaṇḍūti [p= 246,1] [L=42589] f. scratching
[p= 246,1] [L=42590] itching, the itch BhP. ; Sāh. &c.
[p= 246,1] [L=42591] (fig.) sexual desire (of women) Rājat.
[p= 246,1] [L=42592] N. of one of the mothers in the retinue of skanda MBh. ix.
kaṇḍūna

(H2) kaṇḍūna [p= 246,1] [L=42593] mfn. feeling a desire to scratch, itching, desiring or longing for Sāh.
kaṇḍūla

(H3) kaṇ--° ḍū* la a [p= 1323,3] [L=42587.1] mfn. itching, ardently desiring, Car. ; ; Ṡiṡ. , Sch.
(H2) kaṇḍūla b [p= 246,2] [L=42604] mfn. having or feeling a desire to scratch, itchy Uttarar. ; Bālar.
kaṇḍūlabhāva

(H3) kaṇḍūla--bhāva [p= 246,2] [L=42606] m. the itch, a state of eager desire for (loc.) Naish.
kan

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(H1) kan [p= 248,2] [L=42917]
(kā in veda ) cl.1 P. kanati, cakāna, cake, akānīt, kanitā, &c. Dhātup. xiii, 17 ;

(aor. 1. sg. akāniṣam, 2. sg. kāniṣas RV. ), to be satisfied or pleased RV. iv, 24, 9 ;

to agree to, accept with satisfaction RV. iii, 28, 5 ;

to shine ;

to go Dhātup. : Intens. P. (Subj. cākanat ; Pot. cākanyāt ; pf. 1. sg. cākana) ;

Ā. (Subj. 3. pl. cākananta and cakananta RV. i, 169, 4 ), to be satisfied with, like, enjoy ( with loc. gen., or instr.) RV. ;

to please, be liked or wished for ( with gen. of the person ) RV. i, 169, 4 ; v, 31, 13 ; viii, 31, 1 ;

to strive after, seek, desire, wish ( with acc. or dat.) RV. ;

( [ cf. kā, kai, kam, kvan, and can: cf. also Zd. -kan ; Gk. καναψή ; Angl.Sax. hana ; Lat. canus, caneo, candeo, candela (?) ; Hib. canu, "full moon."] )

kandarpajvara

(H3) kandarpa--jvara [p= 249,3] [L=43258] m. passion, desire L.
kam

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 12.10
Whitney Roots links: kam
(H1) kam 1 [p= 251,3] [L=43756] ind. (Gk. κεν) well ( opposed to a-kam, "ill") TS. ; ṠBr. &c.
[p= 251,3] [L=43756.1] a particle placed after the word to which it belongs with an affirmative sense, "yes", "well" ( but this sense is generally so weak that Indian grammarians are perhaps right in enumerating kam among the expletives Nir. ; it is often found attached to a dat. case, giving to that case a stronger meaning, and is generally placed at the end of the pāda, e.g. ajījana oṣadhīr bhojanāya kam, thou didst create the plants for actual food RV. v, 83, 10 ) RV. ; AV. ; TS. v
[p= 251,3] [L=43756.2] kam is also used as an enclitic with the particles nu, su, and hi ( but is treated in the pada-pāṭha as a separate word ; in this connection kam has no accent but once AV. vi, 110, 1 ) RV. ; AV.
[p= 251,3] [L=43756.3] a particle of interrogation ( like kad and kim) RV. x, 52, 3
[p= 252,1] [p= 251,3] [L=43756.4] ( sometimes, like kim and kad, at the beginning of compounds ) marking the strange or unusual character of anything or expressing reproach L.
[p= 252,1] [L=43756.5] head L.
[p= 252,1] [L=43756.6] food Nir.
[p= 252,1] [L=43756.7] water Nir. ; Nigh.
[p= 252,1] [L=43756.8] happiness, bliss L.
(H1) kam 2 [p= 252,1] [L=43768]
cl.1 Ā. (not used in the conjugational tenses) cakame, kamitā, kamiṣyate, acakamata Dhātup. xii, 10 to wish, desire, long for RV. v, 36, 1 ; x, 117, 2 ; AV. xix, 52, 3 ; ṠBr. ; Ragh. &c. ;

to love, be in love with, have sexual intercourse with ṠBr. xi ; BhP. : Caus. Ā. ( ep. also P.) kāmayate, -ti, kāmayāṁ-cakre, acīkamata, &c. ;

to wish, desire, long for ( with acc. or inf. or Pot. Pāṇ. 3-3, 157 ; e.g. kāmaye bhuñjīta bhavān, I wish your worship may eat ; kāmaye dātum, I wish to give Kāṡ. ) RV. ; AV. ; TS. ; MBh. &c. ;

to love, be in love with, have sexual intercourse with RV. x, 124, 5 ; 125, 5 ; ṠBr. ; MBh. &c. ;

to cause any one to love Ṛtus. ( in that sense P. Vop. ) ;

( with bahu or aty-artham) to rate or value highly R. : Desid. cikamiṣate and cikāmayiṣate: Intens. caṁkamyate ; ( [cf. Lat. comis ; also amo, with the loss of the initial, for camo ; cĀ-rus for cam-rus: Hib. caemh, "love, desire ; fine, handsome, pleasant" ; caomhach, "a friend, companion" ; caomhaim, "I save, spare, protect" ; Armen. kamim. ] )



Whitney Roots links: kan
(H1) kā 1 [p= 266,2] [L=46907] onomat. imitation of the cry of the ass BhP. x, 15, 30.
(H1) kā 2 [p= 266,2] [L=46908] = kad2 and 1. ku in comp. to express depreciation e.g. kā*kṣa, kā-patha, kāpuruṣa, ko*ṣṇa, qq. vv. Pāṇ. 6-3, 104 ; Vop. vi, 93.
(H1) kā 3 [p= 266,2] [L=46909]
= √kan (perf. cake, cakāna ; See kāyamāna s.v.), to seek, desire, yearn, love ( with acc. and dat.) RV. ;

to like, enjoy, be satisfied with (loc. gen. or inst. ) RV. : Intens. (p. cākat) to please, be sought after, be wished for, satisfy RV. x, 29, 1 (cf. anu-, ā-, saṁ- √3. kā, kāti. )

kāṅkṣ

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 17.16
Whitney Roots links: kāṅkṣ
(H1) kāṅkṣ [p= 268,1] [L=47271] ( connected with √kam) cl.1 P. kāṅkṣati (cakāṅkṣa, akāṅkṣīt Dhātup. xvii, 16 ), ep. also Ā. °te, to wish, desire, long for, hope for ( with acc.), expect, wait for, await ( with acc.), strive to obtain, look for anything (dat.) ĀṡvṠr. ; Mn. ; MBh. ; R. ; Bhag. ; Megh. ; Suṡr. : Caus. kāṅkṣayati, acakāṅkṣat Pat. on Pāṇ. 7-4, 1 Va1rtt. 1: Desid. cikāṅkṣiṣati: Intens. cākāṅkṣyate and cākāṁṣṭi.
kāṅkṣā

(H2) kāṅkṣā [p= 268,1] [L=47276] f. (ifc.) wish, desire, inclination R. ; Nal. ; Suṡr. ; Pañcat.
kāṅkṣita

(H2) kāṅkṣita [p= 268,1] [L=47277] mfn. wished, desired, longed for
[p= 268,1] [L=47278] expected MBh. ; R. ; Ragh.
[p= 268,1] [L=47279] considered, thought upon (dat. acc. ed. Bomb. ) R. ii, 25, 43
(H2B) kāṅkṣita [p= 268,1] [L=47280] n. wish, desire R. v, 29, 9.
kāṅkṣitā

(H3) kāṅkṣi--tā [p= 268,1] [L=47283] f. wish, desire R. ii, 34, 28.
kāntāṅghridohada

(H3) kāntā* ṅghri-dohada [p= 270,3] [L=47753] m. "having a longing desire for contact with the foot of a beautiful woman" (to hasten its blossoms), the tree Jonesia Asoka L.
kāntācaraṇadohada

(H3) kāntā-caraṇa-d° ohada [p= 270,3] [L=47754] m. "having a longing desire for contact with the foot of a beautiful woman" (to hasten its blossoms), the tree Jonesia Asoka L.
kānti

(H2) kānti [p= 270,3] [L=47757] f. desire, wish L.
[p= 270,3] [L=47758] loveliness, beauty, splendour, female beauty, personal decoration or embellishment Nal. ; Ṡak. ; Megh. ; Pañcat. ; Suṡr. ; Kathās.
[p= 270,3] [L=47759] a lovely colour, brightness (especially of the moon) Kathās.
[p= 270,3] [L=47760] ( fī. ifc. ) Caurap.
[p= 270,3] [L=47761] (in rhetoric) beauty enhanced by love Vām. iii, 1, 22 ; xxii, 14 ; Sāh.
[p= 270,3] [L=47762] a lovely or desirable woman personified as wife of the moon Hariv. 5419
[p= 270,3] [L=47763] N. of lakṣmī BhP. x, 65, 29
[p= 270,3] [L=47764] of durgā DevīP.
kāma

(H2) kāma a [p= 252,2] [L=43900] &c. See s.v.
(H1) kāma b [p= 271,3] [L=47938] m. ( fr. √2. kam ; once kāma VS. xx, 60 ), wish, desire, longing (kāmo me bhuñjīta bhavān, my wish is that you should eat Pāṇ. 3-3, 153 ), desire for, longing after (gen. dat., or loc.), love, affection, object of desire or of love or of pleasure RV. ; VS. ; TS. ; AV. ; ṠBr. ; MBh. ; R. &c.
[p= 271,3] [L=47939] pleasure, enjoyment
[p= 271,3] [L=47940] love, especially sexual love or sensuality
[p= 271,3] [L=47941] Love or Desire personified AV. ix, xii, xix (cf. RV. x, 129, 4 ) VS. ; PārGṛ.
[p= 271,3] [L=47944] N. of the god of love AV. iii. 25, 1 ; MBh. ; Lalit.
[p= 271,3] [L=47945] ( represented as son of dharma and husband of rati [ MBh. i, 2596 ff. ; Hariv. ; VP. ] ; or as a son of brahmā VP. ; or sometimes of saṁkalpa BhP. vi, 6, 10 ; cf. kāma-deva)
[p= 271,3] [L=47946] N. of agni SV. ii, 8, 2, 19, 3 ; AV. ; TS. ; KātyṠr. ; ṠāṅkhṠr.
[p= 271,3] [L=47947] of viṣṇu Gal.
[p= 271,3] [L=47948] of baladeva (cf. kāma-pāla) L.
[p= 271,3] [L=47949] a stake in gambling Nār. xvi, 9
[p= 271,3] [L=47950] a species of mango tree (= mahā-rāja-cūta) L.
[p= 271,3] [L=47951] N. of a metre consisting of four lines of two long syllables each
[p= 271,3] [L=47952] a kind of bean L.
[p= 271,3] [L=47953] a particular form of temple Hcat.
[p= 271,3] [L=47954] N. of several men
(H1B) kāma [p= 271,3] [L=47957] n. object of desire L.
(H1B) kāma [p= 271,3] [L=47958] n. semen virile L.
(H1B) kāma [p= 271,3] [L=47959] n. N. of a tīrtha MBh. iii, 5047
(H1B) kāma [p= 271,3] [L=47964] mfn. wishing, desiring RV. ix, 113, 11
(H1B) kāma [p= 271,3] [L=47965] n. (ifc.) desirous of, desiring, having a desire or intention (cf. go-k°, dharma-k° ; frequently with inf. in tu cf. tyaktu-k°. )
kāmā

(H1B) kāmā [p= 271,3] [L=47955] f. "wish, desire" ( only instr. kāmayā q.v.)
(H1B) kāmā [p= 271,3] [L=47956] f. N. of a daughter of pṛthuśravas and wife of ayuta-nāyin MBh. i, 3774
kāmāya

(H1C) kā° māya [p= 271,3] [L=47962] ind. according to desire, agreeably to the wishes of, out of love for (gen. or dat.) RV. ; AV. ; TS. ; ṠBr. ; ChUp.
kāme

(H1C) kā° me [p= 271,3] [L=47962.1] ind. according to desire, agreeably to the wishes of, out of love for (gen. or dat.) RV. ; AV. ; TS. ; ṠBr. ; ChUp.
kāmakrodha

(H3) kāma--krodha [p= 1324,2] [L=47981.21] m. du. desire and anger, Mn. xii, 11
kāmaguṇa

(H3) kāma--guṇa [p= 272,1] [L=48006] m. "quality of desire", affection, passion
[p= 272,1] [L=48007] satiety, perfect enjoyment
[p= 272,1] [L=48008] an object of sense
(H3B) kāma--guṇa [p= 272,1] [L=48009] m. pl. the objects of the five senses, sensual enjoyments Lalit. 225, 4.
kāmaja

(H3) kāma--ja [p= 272,1] [L=48034] mfn. produced or caused by passion or desire, arising from lust Mn. vii, 46. 47. 50
[p= 272,1] [L=48035] begotten or born of desire or lust Mn. ix, 107. 143. 147
(H3B) kāma--ja [p= 272,1] [L=48036] m. "born of kāma ", N. of aniruddha W.
(H3B) kāma--ja [p= 272,1] [L=48037] m. pl. = kāmagamās VP.
kāmajit

(H3) kāma--jit [p= 272,1] [L=48042] m. "conquering desire", N. of skanda MBh.
kāmajyeṣṭha

(H3) kāma--jyeṣṭha [p= 272,1] [L=48043] (kāma-) mfn. having the god Desire at the head, led by kāma AV. ix, 2, 8.
kāmadugha

(H3) kāma--dugha [p= 272,2] [L=48069] mf (ā) n. ( Pāṇ. 3-2, 70 ; Kāṡ. ) "milking desires", yielding objects of desire like milk, yielding what one wishes VS. ; TS. ; AV. ; ṠBr. ; MBh. &c. Bālar.
kāmadharaṇa

(H3) kāma--dharaṇa [p= 272,2] [L=48088] n. the procuring of desires, fulfilment of desire VS. iii, 27 ; xii, 46.
kāmapati

(H3) kāma--pati [p= 272,2] [L=48100] m. the lord of desire.
kāmapra

(H3) kāma--pra [p= 272,2] [L=48111] mfn. id. RV. ; AV. ; ṠBr.
(H3B) kāma--pra [p= 272,2] [L=48112] n. the fulfilment of desire AV. ; Kauṡ. ; ṠāṅkhṠr.
kāmabala

(H3) kāma--bala [p= 272,2] [L=48124] n. force of desire, sexual power Bhpr.
kāmamaya

(H3) kāma--maya [p= 272,2] [L=48131] mf (ī) n. consisting of desire ṠBr. ; BṛĀrUp.
[p= 272,2] [L=48132] answering all desires R. iv, 33, 6.
kāmamohita

(H3) kāma--mohita [p= 272,2] [L=48139] mfn. infatuated by desire or love or passion.
kāmalola

(H3) kāma--lola [p= 272,3] [L=48166] mfn. overcome with desire or passion W.
kāmavṛddhi

(H3) kāma--vṛddhi [p= 272,3] [L=48188] f. increase of sexual desire or passion L.
(H3B) kāma--vṛddhi [p= 272,3] [L=48189] m. a shrub of supposed aphrodisiac properties (called kāma-ja in the karṇāṭaka) L.
kāmasamuttha

(H3) kāma--samuttha [p= 1324,2] [L=48207.1] mfn. sprung from desire, Mn. vii, 45
kāmahaituka

(H3) kāma--haituka [p= 272,3] [L=48217] mfn. caused or produced by mere desire, of one's own accord Bhag.
kāmātura

(H3) kāmā* tura [p= 272,3] [L=48233] mfn. love-sick, affected by love or desire
(H3B) kāmā* tura [p= 272,3] [L=48234] m. N. of a man Pañcat.
kāmātman

(H3) kāmā* tman [p= 273,1] [L=48235] mfn. "whose very essence is desire", consisting of desire, indulging one's desires, given to lust, sensual, licentious MBh. ; Mn. vii, 27
[p= 273,1] [L=48236] desiring, wishing for W.
kāmāvacara

(H3) kāmā* vacara [p= 273,1] [L=48260] m. pl. the spheres or worlds of desire ( six in number, also called devaloka, q.v ) Buddh.
[p= 273,1] [L=48261] the gods or inhabitants of the worlds of desire ( 1. cāturmahārāja-kāyikās ; 2. trāyastriṁśās ; 3. tuṣitās ; 4. yāmās ; 5. nirmāṇa-ratayas ; 6. paranirmitavaśa-vartinas) ib.
kāmāvasāyitṛ

(H3) kāmā* vasāyitṛ [p= 273,1] [L=48265] mfn. one who or anything that suppresses or destroys passion or desire L.
kāmāvasāyin

(H3) kāmā* vasāyin [p= 273,1] [L=48266] mfn. suppressing desire W.
kāmāvasāyitā

(H4) kāmā* vasā° yi-tā [p= 273,1] [L=48267] f. the power of suppressing desire (one of the eight supernatural faculties of śiva) L. (cf. yatra-kām°. )
kāmāvasāyitva

(H4) kāmā* vasā° yi-tva [p= 273,1] [L=48267.1] n. the power of suppressing desire (one of the eight supernatural faculties of śiva) L. (cf. yatra-kām°. )
kāmāśaya

(H3) kāmā* śaya [p= 273,1] [L=48269] m. the seat of desire BhP.
kāmāsakta

(H3) kāmā* sakta [p= 273,1] [L=48273] mfn. intent on gratifying desire, engrossed with love, deeply in love W.
kāmopahata

(H3) kāmo* pahata [p= 273,1] [L=48289] mfn. overcome with passion or desire W.
kāmanā

(H2B) kāmanā [p= 273,1] [L=48292] f. wish, desire L.
(H2B) kāmanā [p= 273,1] [L=48293] f. the plant Vanda Roxburghii Npr.
kāmam

(H1C) kāmam a [p= 271,3] [L=47960] ind. See s.v.
(H2) kāmam b [p= 273,1] [L=48295] ind. (acc. of kāma g. svarā*di, not in Kāṡ. ) according to wish or desire, according to inclination, agreeably to desire, at will, freely, willingly RV. ; TS. ; AitBr. ; ṠBr. ; ChUp. ; MBh. ; R. &c.
[p= 273,1] [L=48295.1] with pleasure, readily, gladly MBh. iii, 298 ; Ragh.
[p= 273,1] [L=48295.2] (as a particle of assent) well, very well, granted, admitted that, indeed, really, surely MBh. iii, 17195 ; R. v, 24, 4 ; Ṡak. ; Bhartṛ.
[p= 273,1] [L=48295.3] well and good, in any case, at any rate MBh. iii, 310, 19 ; R. iv, 9, 105 ; v, 53, 11 ; Ṡak. ; Dhūrtas.
[p= 273,1] [L=48295.4] ( with na, "in no case" R. iii, 56, 17 )
[p= 273,1] [L=48295.5] granted that, in spite of that, notwithstanding R. iv, 16, 50 ; Pañcat. &c.
[p= 273,2] [p= 273,1] [L=48295.6] though, although, supposing that ( usually with Impv.) R. vi, 95, 49 and 56 ; Ragh. ii, 43 ; Ṡāntiṡ. (kāmaṁ-na or na tu or na ca, rather than e.g. kāmam ā maraṇāt tiṣṭhed gṛhe kanyā - na enām prayacchet tu guṇa-hīnāya, "rather should a girl stay at home till her death, than that he should give her to one void of excellent qualities" Mn. ix, 89 ; the negative sentence with na or natu or na ca may also precede, or its place may be taken by an interrogative sentence e.g. kāmaṁ nayatu māṁ devaḥ kim ardhenā*tmano hi me, "rather let the god take me, what is the use to me of half my existence?" BhP. vii, 2, 54 ; kāmaṁ - tu or kiṁ tu or ca or punar or athā*pi or tathā*pi, well, indeed, surely, truly, granted, though - however, notwithstanding, nevertheless e.g. kāmaṁ tvayā parityaktā gamiṣyāmi - imaṁ tu bālaṁ saṁtyaktuṁ, nā*rhasi, "granted that forsaken by thee I shall go - this child however thou must not forsake" MBh. i, 3059 ; or the disjunctive particles may be left out R. ; Ragh. ii, 43 ; Ṡāntiṡ. ; yady-api-kāmaṁ tathā*pi, though - nevertheless Prab. )
kāmitā

(H3) kāmi--tā [p= 273,2] [L=48322] f. the state of a lover, love, desire.
kāmitva

(H3) kāmi--tva [p= 273,2] [L=48323] n. the state of a lover, love, desire.
kāmika

(H2) kāmika [p= 273,2] [L=48326] mfn. desired, wished for MBh. xiii, 6025
[p= 273,2] [L=48327] satisfying desires MBh. iii, 13860
[p= 273,2] [L=48328] (ifc.) relating to or connected with a desire or wish
(H2B) kāmika [p= 273,2] [L=48329] m. a wild duck (kāraṇḍava) L.
(H2B) kāmika [p= 273,2] [L=48330] m. N. of an author of mantras
(H2B) kāmika [p= 273,2] [L=48332] n. N. of wk. Hcat.
kāmita

(H2) kāmita [p= 273,2] [L=48333] mfn. wished, desired
(H2B) kāmita [p= 273,2] [L=48334] n. a wish, desire, longing MBh. i, 58, 22 ; Kir. x, 44.
kāmukatva

(H3) kāmuka--tva [p= 273,2] [L=48373] n. desire Megh. Comm. on Mṛcch.
kāmya

(H2) kāmya 1 [p= 273,3] [L=48376] Nom. P. °yati, to have a desire for ( only ifc. e.g. putra-kāmyati, to have a desire for children ) Pāṇ. 3-1, 9 Comm. on Pāṇ. 8-3, 38 and 39 ; Vop. xxi, 1 ; Ṡāntiṡ. ; Bhaṭṭ. ix, 59.
(H2) kāmya 2 [p= 273,3] [L=48377] mf (ā) n. desirable, beautiful, amiable, lovely, agreeable RV. ; VS. ; R. ii, 25, 9 ; v, 43, 13 ; Ragh. vi, 30 ; Ṡāntiṡ. ii, 7 ; Bhartṛ. iii, 40
[p= 273,3] [L=48378] to one's liking, agreeable to one's wish KātyṠr. iv, 5, 1 ; ṠāṅkhṠr. iii, 11, 5 ; ĀṡvGṛ. iv, 7
[p= 273,3] [L=48379] optional ( opposed to nitya or indispensable observance ), performed through the desire of some object or personal advantage (as a religious ceremony &c. ), done from desire of benefit or from interested motives KātyṠr. xii, 6, 15 ; ĀṡvṠr. ii, 10 ; ĀṡvGṛ. iii, 6 ; Kauṡ. 5 ; ChUp. v, 2, 9 ; Mn. ii, 2 ; MBh. &c.
kāmyatva

(H3) kāmya--tva [p= 273,3] [L=48385] n. the state of being done from desire or from interested motives, selfishness Jaim. v, 3, 34.
kāmyā

(H2B) kāmyā a [p= 273,3] [L=48380] f. N. of an apsaras MBh. i, 4820 ; Hariv.
(H2B) kāmyā [p= 273,3] [L=48381] f. of several women VP.
(H2) kāmyā b [p= 273,3] [L=48396] f. wish, desire, longing for or striving after (gen. or in comp. e.g. putra-kāmyayā, through desire for a son R. i, 13, 36 ; Ragh. i, 35 )
[p= 273,3] [L=48397] will, purpose, intention (e.g. yat-kāmyā, irreg. instr. "with which intention" ṠBr. iii, 9, 3, 4 ) Mn. ; MBh. ; R. ; Ragh. &c. ; ( [cf. Zd. khshathrō-kāmya, "wish for dominion."] )
kiṁkāmyā

(H3) kiṁ--kāmyā [p= 283,1] [L=50356] ( old instr.) ind. from a desire for what? ṠBr. i, 2, 5, 25.
kutuka

(H1) kutuka [p= 290,2] [L=51993] n. (g. yuvā*di) curiosity Rājat. viii, 1613
[p= 290,2] [L=51994] eagerness, desire for ( in comp.) Gīt. i, 42 (cf. kautuka. )
kutūhala

(H1) kutūhala [p= 290,2] [L=52002] n. ( fr. kutas and hala, "calling out" ?), curiosity, interest in any extra-ordinary matter Sāh. &c.
[p= 290,2] [L=52003] inclination, desire for (prati loc. or in comp.) Ṡak. &c.
[p= 290,2] [L=52004] eagerness, impetuosity
[p= 290,2] [L=52005] what excites curiosity, anything interesting, fun Pañcat.
(H1B) kutūhala [p= 290,2] [L=52006] mfn. surprising, wonderful W.
(H1B) kutūhala [p= 290,2] [L=52007] mfn. excellent, celebrated W. (cf. kautūhala. )
kuśalakāma

(H3) kuśala--kāma [p= 297,2] [L=53425] mfn. desirous of happiness
(H3B) kuśala--kāma [p= 297,2] [L=53426] m. desire for happiness.
kṛtakāma

(H3) kṛta--kāma [p= 301,1] [L=54192] mf (ā) n. one whose desire is attained, satisfied R.
kṛtārtha

(H3) kṛtā* rtha a [p= 303,1] [L=54483] mf (ā) n. one who has attained an end or object or has accomplished a purpose or desire, successful, satisfied, contented MuṇḍUp. ; ṠvetUp. ; MBh. &c.
[p= 303,1] [L=54484] clever Comm. on L.
(H3B) kṛtā* rtha [p= 303,1] [L=54485] m. v.l. for kṛtā*rgha q.v.
(H2) kṛtā* rtha b [p= 303,2] [L=54551] &c. See kṛta.
kṛpaṇa

(H2) kṛpaṇa 1 [p= 305,1] [L=54864] mf (ā ; ī g. bahv-ādi) n. ( gaṇas śreṇyādi and sukhā*di Pāṇ. 8-2, 18 ; Pat. ) inclined to grieve, pitiable, miserable, poor, wretched, feeble ṠBr. xi, xiv ; MBh. &c.
[p= 305,1] [L=54865] resulting from tears AV. xi, 8, 28
[p= 305,1] [L=54866] low, vile W.
[p= 305,1] [L=54867] miserly, stingy Pañcat. ; Hit.
(H2B) kṛpaṇa [p= 305,1] [L=54868] m. a poor man VarBṛS.
(H2B) kṛpaṇa [p= 305,1] [L=54869] m. a scraper, niggard Pañcat. ; ṠārṅgP.
(H2B) kṛpaṇa [p= 305,1] [L=54870] m. a worm L.
(H2B) kṛpaṇa [p= 305,1] [L=54871] m. N. of a man VP.
(H2B) kṛpaṇa [p= 305,1] [L=54873] n. wretchedness, misery RV. x, 99, 9 ; AitBr. vii, 13 ; ṠāṅkhṠr. ; Mn. iv, 185 &c.
(H2B) kṛpaṇa [p= 305,1] [L=54874] m. (sa-kṛpaṇam, "miserably, pitiably"), Ṡāntiṡ. (cf. kārpaṇya. )
(H2) kṛpaṇa 2 [p= 305,1] [L=54882] Nom. Ā. ( 3. pl. kṛpaṇanta) to long for, desire RV. x, 74, 3.
kṛpaṇya

(H2) kṛpaṇya [p= 305,1] [L=54885]
Nom. P. °yati, to wish, desire, pray for RV. viii, 39, 4 ;

= √arc Naigh. iii, 14.

keta

(H1) keta [p= 308,3] [L=55616] m. ( √4. cit) desire, wish, will, intention ["wealth", "atmosphere, sky" Sāy. ] RV. ; VS. ; TS. ; ṠāṅkhṠr.
[p= 308,3] [L=55617] a house, abode BhP.
[p= 308,3] [L=55618] mark, sign BhP. i, 16, 34
[p= 308,3] [L=55619] apparition, shape Naigh. iii, 9.
ketapū

(H3) keta--pū [p= 308,3] [L=55620] mfn. purifying the desire or will VS. ix, 1 and xi, 7 ; MaitrS. i, 11, 1.
kautuka

(H1) kautuka [p= 316,1] [L=57096] n. ( fr. kut° ; g. yuvā*di), curiosity, interest in anything, vehement desire for (loc. or in comp.), eagerness, vehemence impatience Pañcat. ; Kathās. (ifc. f (ā) .) &c.
[p= 316,1] [L=57097] anything causing curiosity or admiration or interest, any singular or surprising object, wonder Pañcat. ; Kathās. ; Vet.
[p= 316,1] [L=57098] festivity, gaiety, festival, show, solemn ceremony (esp. the ceremony with the marriage-thread or necklace preceding a marriage) Kum. ; Daṡ. ; Bhartṛ. ; BhP. &c.
[p= 316,1] [L=57099] the marriage-thread or necklace Kathās. li, 223
[p= 316,1] [L=57100] pleasure, happiness, prosperity BhP. i, 17, 26
[p= 316,1] [L=57101] N. of nine particular substances Hcat. i, 110, 19 ; ii, 49, 10
[p= 316,1] [L=57102] sport, pastime L.
[p= 316,1] [L=57103] public diversion L.
[p= 316,1] [L=57104] song, dance, show, spectacle L.
[p= 316,1] [L=57105] season of enjoyment L.
[p= 316,1] [L=57106] kind or friendly greeting, civility L.
[p= 316,1] [L=57108] for amusement, as a relaxation W.
[p= 1325,2] [L=57108.1] the place for a partic. nuptial ceremony, MānGṛ.
kautukitā

(H3) kautuki--tā [p= 316,1] [L=57123] f. curiosity, desire, eagerness Naish. v, 13.
kautūhala

(H1) kautūhala [p= 316,1] [L=57128] n. ( fr. kut° ; g. yuvā*di), curiosity, interest in anything, vehement desire for (loc., or acc. with prati, or inf.) MBh. ; R. &c.
[p= 316,1] [L=57129] anything causing curiosity, any unusual phenomenon Megh. 48
[p= 316,1] [L=57130] a festival MBh. i, 7918 ; DivyĀv. i.
kratu

(H1) kratu [p= 319,1] [L=57650] m. ( √1. kṛ, or 2. kṛ), plan, design, intention, resolution, determination, purpose RV. ; VS. ; ṠBr. ; BṛĀrUp.
[p= 319,1] [L=57651] desire, will (instr. kratvā, willingly, readily RV. ; ekena kratunā, through the mere will RV. ii, 13, 11 )
[p= 319,1] [L=57652] power, ability RV.
[p= 319,1] [L=57653] deliberation, consultation RV. ; VS.
[p= 319,1] [L=57654] intelligence, understanding (e.g. bhadra kratu, right judgement, good understanding ; also in conjunction or in comp. or ifc. with dakṣa See kratu-dakṣau and dakṣakratū) RV. ; VS. ; TS. ; ṠBr.
[p= 319,1] [L=57655] inspiration, enlightenment RV.
[p= 319,1] [L=57656] a sacrificial rite or ceremony, sacrifice (as the aśva-medha sacrifice), offering, worship ( also personified R. vii, 90, 9 ) AitBr. ; ṠBr. xi ; ĀṡvṠr. &c.
[p= 319,1] [L=57657] kratu as intelligence personified ( as a son of brahmā and one of the prajā-patis or the seven or ten principal ṛṣis Mn. i, 35 ; MBh. i, 2518 & 2568 ; Hariv. &c. ; [N. of a star] VarBṛS. ; married to kriyā and father of 60 ,000 vālikhilyas BhP. iv, 1, 39 ; husband of haya-śirā, vi, 6, 33 )
[p= 319,1] [L=57658] N. of one of the viśve-devās VP.
[p= 319,1] [L=57659] of a son of kṛṣṇa BhP. x, 61, 12
[p= 319,1] [L=57660] of a son of ūru and āgneyī Hariv. 73
[p= 319,1] [L=57661] of the author of a dharma-śāstra Parāṡ. ; Ṡūdradh.
(H1B) kratu [p= 319,1] [L=57662] m. or f. (?), N. of a river in plakṣa-dvīpa (v.l. kramu) VP. [cf. a-, adbhuta-, abhi-, &c. ; cf. also κράτος. ]
kratuprā

(H3) kratu--prā [p= 319,1] [L=57682] mfn. granting a desire or power RV. x, 100, 12
[p= 319,1] [L=57683] becoming inspired or enlightened, iv, 39, 2.
kratuprāvan

(H3) kratu--prāvan [p= 319,1] [L=57684] mfn. granting a desire or power, x, 100, 11 .
krīḍākūṭa

(H3) krīḍā*° kūṭa [p= 321,3] [L=58160] (krīḍā*k°) n. sportive or wanton purpose or desire W.
kleśa

(H2) kleśa a [p= 324,1] [L=58617] m. pain, affliction, distress, pain from disease, anguish ṠvetUp. ; Mn. ; Yājñ. ; MBh. &c.
[p= 324,1] [L=58618] ( in yoga phil. five kleśas are named, viz. a-vidyā, "ignorance", asmi-tā, "egotism", rāga, "desire", dveṣa, "aversion", and abhiniveśa, "tenacity of mundane existence" Yogas. ; Prab. ; Sarvad. ; the Buddhists reckon ten, viz. three of the body [murder, theft, adultery], four of speech [lying, slander, abuse, unprofitable conversation], three of the mind [covetousness, malice, scepticism] Buddh. ; Sarvad. )
[p= 324,1] [L=58619] wrath, anger L.
[p= 324,1] [L=58620] worldly occupation, care, trouble (= vyavasāya) L.
(H1) kleśa b [p= 324,2] [L=58674] &c. See √kliś.
kṣayopaśama

(H3) kṣayo* paśama [p= 328,2] [L=59418] m. complete annihilation of the desire of being active Jain. ( Sarvad. iii ) .
kṣāyika

(H1) kṣāyika a [p= 327,2] [L=59262] See √4. kṣi.
(H2) kṣāyika b [p= 328,2] [L=59437] mfn. resulting from the (kṣayo*pa-śama or ) annihilation of the desire of being active Jain. ( Sarvad. iii ) .
kṣīṇakarman

(H3) kṣīṇa--karman [p= 328,2] [L=59454] m. "one whose desire of being active is completely annihilated", a jina.
kṣīrīya

(H2) kṣīrīya [p= 330,2] [L=59838] Nom. P. °yati, to desire milk Pāṇ. 7-1, 51 ; Kāṡ.
kṣetrīya

(H2) kṣetrīya [p= 332,3] [L=60358] Nom. P. °yati, to desire another man's wife, Ṡāntiṡ. i, 26 .
khaṭ

(H1) khaṭ 1 [p= 335,1] [L=60912] cl.1 P. °ṭati, to desire Dhātup.
(H1) khaṭ 2 [p= 335,1] [L=60913] ind. a particle of exclamation TĀr. iv, 27.
khād

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(H1) khād [p= 339,1] [L=61789]
cl.1. P. khādati ( ep. also Ā. °te ; aor. akhādīt Bhaṭṭ. ; perf. cakhāda ib.), to chew, bite, eat, devour, feed, prey upon RV. i, 64, 7 ; AV. ; VS. &c. ;

to hurt Suṡr. ;

to ruin Subh. : Caus. P. khādayati, to cause to be eaten or devoured by (instr. ; cf. Pāṇ. 1-4, 52 Va1rtt. 5) Gaut. ; Mn. ; Hcat. ;

to eat or devour MBh. iii, 2435 : Desid. cikhādiṣati, to desire to eat MBh. vii, 205 (v.l.) HYog. iii, 18.

gataspṛha

(H3) gata--spṛha [p= 347,2] [L=63491] mfn. having no desire, not finding any pleasure in (loc. or gen.) R. ii ; BhP. vii ; Kathās. xxxiv, 181
[p= 347,2] [L=63492] disinterested
[p= 347,2] [L=63493] pitiless Kām.
gardha

(H1) gardha [p= 349,2] [L=63956] m. ( √gṛdh) desire, greediness, eagerness (ifc.) Pāṇ. 7-4, 34 ; Kathās. ; Sarvad. xv, 213 ; Naish. vii, 71
[p= 349,2] [L=63957] = gardabhā*ṇḍaka L.
gaviṣṭi

(H3) gav--iṣṭi [p= 351,1] [L=64324] mfn. (gav-) id. RV.
(H3B) gav--iṣṭi [p= 351,1] [p= 351,2] [L=64324.1] f. desire, eagerness, ardour, fervour RV.
(H3B) gav--iṣṭi [p= 351,2] [L=64324.2] f. desire for fighting, ardour of battle, battle RV.
gavya

(H2) gavya 1 [p= 351,3] [L=64415]
Nom. P. °vyati, to desire cattle or cows Vop. xxi, 2 ;

See gavyat.

(H2) gavya 2 [p= 351,3] [L=64416] mfn. ( or less common gavya RV. six times TS. v ; ṠBr. xiii ) ( Pāṇ. 5-1, 2 and 39 ; 4-3, 160 ) consisting of cattle or cows, coming from or belonging to a cow ( as milk, curds, &c. ; cf. pañcag°) RV. ; VS. &c.
[p= 351,3] [L=64416.05] proper or fit for cattle L.
[p= 351,3] [L=64416.10] sacred to the cow, worshipping the cow Pāṇ. 4-1, 85 Va1rtt. 9 Pat.
(H2B) gavya [p= 351,3] [L=64416.15] m. pl. N. of a people (living to the north of madhya-deśa) VarBṛS.
(H2B) gavya [p= 351,3] [L=64416.35] fn. a bow-string L.
(H2B) gavya [p= 351,3] [L=64416.40] fn. = gavya-dṛḍha L.
(H2B) gavya [p= 351,3] [L=64416.45] n. cattle, cow-herd RV. i, 140, 13 ; v, 34, 8 ; vii, 18, 7 (gavya) ; ix, 62, 23
(H2B) gavya [p= 351,3] [L=64416.50] n. pasture land AitBr. iv, 27, 9 ; Lāṭy. x, 17, 4
(H2B) gavya [p= 351,3] [L=64416.55] n. cow-milk Kum. vii, 72.
(H2) gavya a [p= 352,1] [L=64458] &c. , See ib.
gavyā

(H2B) gavyā a [p= 351,3] [L=64416.20] f. a cow-herd Pāṇ. 4-2, 50
(H2B) gavyā [p= 351,3] [L=64416.25] f. the measure commonly called gav-yūti (q.v.) L.
(H2B) gavyā [p= 351,3] [L=64416.30] f. See also gavyā
(H2) gavyā 2 [p= 351,3] [L=64423] f. ( fr. 1. gavya) desire for or delight in cows, viii, 46, 10 and ix, 64, 4 (instr. °vyā)
[p= 351,3] [L=64424] desire for ( what comes from a cow i.e. for ) milk, viii, 93, 17 (instr. °vyayā) .


Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 25.25
Whitney Roots links: gā1
(H1B) gā a [p= 341,2] [L=62155] f. a song L.
(H1) gā 1 [p= 352,1] [L=64493]
cl.3 P. jigāti ( RV. ; jagāti, Naigh. ii, 14 (v.l.) ; Subj. jigāt ; Impv. jigātu ; aor. agāt ; 3. pl. agan BhP. i, 9, 40 ; Subj. [ 1. sg. geṣam See anu- and upa-], 2. sg. gās, 3. sg. gāt, 2. pl. gāta, 3. pl. gur ; [perf. jigāya See ud-], perf. Pot. jagāyāt [ Naigh. ii, 14 ] RV. x, 28, 1 ; inf. gātave RV. ii, 3, 1 ; in Class. Sanskrit only the aor. P. agāt occurs, for Ā. See adhi- ; aor. Pass. agāyi, agāsātām Kāṡ. on Pāṇ. 2-4, 45 and 77 ; cl.2 P. gāti Naigh. ii, 14 ; Ā. gāte Dhātup. xx, 53 ) to go, go towards, come, approach ( with acc. or loc.) RV. ; AV. &c. ;

to go after, pursue RV. iv, 3, 13 ; x, 18, 4 ;

to fall to one's (dat.) share, be one's (acc.) due, viii, 45, 32 ; Ragh. xi, 73 ;

to come into any state or condition (acc.), undergo, obtain MBh. iii, 10697 ; R. &c. ;

to go away ( from abl. ; to any place loc.) RV. x, 108, 9 ;

to come to an end Naish. viii, 109 ;

to walk ( on a path acc. or instr.) RV. viii, 2, 39 and 5, 39 ;

(jigāti) to be born Vop. on Dhātup. xxv, 25 : Desid. jigīṣati, to desire to go BhP. ii, 10, 25 ; ( [cf. βίβημι, ἔβην ; Old Germ. gām, gās, &c. ; Goth. ga-tvo ; Eng. go. ] )

(H2) gā 2 [p= 352,1] [L=64494] mfn. Ved. ifc. "going" (cf. a-gā ; agre-, tamo-, puro-, samana- and svasti-gā) Pāṇ. 3-2, 67.
(H1) gā 3 [p= 352,2] [L=64545] mfn. ( √ gai) ifc. "singing" See sāma-gā
(H1B) gā [p= 352,2] [L=64546] f. See s.v. 3. ga.
gādh

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 2.3
(H1) gādh [p= 353,2] [L=64759]
(cf. √ gāh) cl.1 Ā. °dhate, to stand firmly, stay, remain Dhātup. ii, 3 ;

to set out for (acc.) Bhaṭṭ. viii, 1 ; xxii, 2 ;

to desire (cf. √ gardh) Dhātup. ;

to compile, string together ib.

gādha

(H2) gādha [p= 353,2] [L=64760] mf (ā) n. (ifc. Pāṇ. 6-2, 4 ) offering firm standing-ground, fordable (as a river), not very deep, shallow, KaushBr. ii, 9 ; Nir. ; MBh. &c.
(H2B) gādha [p= 353,2] [L=64761] n. ground for standing on in water, shallow place, ford RV. ; TS. iv ; ṠBr. xii ; TāṇḍyaBr. &c. ( with bhāradvājasya N. of a sāman ĀrshBr. )
(H2B) gādha [p= 353,2] [L=64762] m. id. R. v, 94, 12
(H2B) gādha [p= 353,2] [L=64763] m. = sthāna L.
(H2B) gādha [p= 353,2] [L=64764] m. desire, cupidity L.
(H2B) gādha [p= 353,2] [L=64765] m. pl. N. of a people AV. Paris3. li, 22.
gārddhya

(H1) gārddhya [p= 354,2] [L=64949] n. ( fr. gṛddha), desire, greediness Ṡiṡ. ( ? ati-) HYog. i, 31 ; Vop. xi, xxvi.
gārdhra

(H2) gārdhra [p= 354,2] [L=64950] mfn. ( often wrongly spelt gārdha) ( fr. gṛdhra Pāṇ. 4-3, 156 Va1rtt. 4 Pat. ) "vulturine", in comp.
[p= 354,2] [L=64950.1] rapacious, greedy (?) W.
(H2B) gārdhra [p= 354,2] [L=64950.2] m. = -pakṣa W.
(H2B) gārdhra [p= 354,2] [L=64950.3] m. ( for gārddhya) desire, greediness W.
guṇa

(H1) guṇa [p= 357,1] [L=65497] m. ( √ grah Uṇ. ) a single thread or strand of a cord or twine (e.g. tri-g° q.v.), string or thread, rope TS. vii ; Mṛcch. ; Kum. ; Ragh.
[p= 357,1] [L=65498] a garland W.
[p= 357,1] [L=65499] a bow-string R. iii, 33, 16 (cāpa-) Ragh. ix, 54 ; Ṛtus. ; Hit.
[p= 357,1] [L=65500] (in geom.) a sinew
[p= 357,1] [L=65501] the string of a musical instrument, chord Ṡiṡ. iv, 57 : ifc. (f (ā) . ) with numerals "fold, times" (See catur-, tri-, daśa-, dvi-, pañca- ; rarely the numeral stands by itself along with guṇa [e.g. viśiṣṭo daśabhir guṇaiḥ, "of ten times higher value" Mn. ii, 85 ] AV. x, 8, 43 ; MBh. iii, 15649 ; Hariv. 509 ; [guṇa = bhāga] Pāṇ. 5-2, 47 ; Kāṡ. )
[p= 357,1] [L=65502] a multiplier, co-efficient (in alg.)
[p= 357,1] [L=65503] subdivision, species, kind (e.g. gandhasya guṇāḥ, the different kinds of smell MBh. xii, 6847 )
[p= 357,1] [L=65504] the 6 subdivisions of action for a king in foreign politics (viz. peace, war, march, halt, stratagem, and recourse to the protection of a mightier king) Mn. vii, 160 ; Yājñ. i, 346 ; MBh. ii, 155
[p= 357,1] [L=65505] = upā*ya (q.v., denoting the 4 ways of conquering an enemy ) R. v, 81, 41
[p= 357,1] [L=65506] "requisite" See °ṇo*pe*ta
[p= 357,1] [L=65507] a secondary element, subordinate or unessential part of any action (e.g. sarva-guṇa mfn. "reaching to all subordinate parts", hence "valid throughout" KātyṠr. ) ṠāṅkhṠr. ; ĀṡvṠr. ; KātyṠr. ; R. v, 1, 71
[p= 357,1] [L=65508] an auxiliary act ṠāṅkhBr. xxvi, 4
[p= 357,1] [L=65509] a secondary dish ( opposed to anna i.e. rice or the chief dish ), side-dish Mn. iii, 224 ff.
[p= 357,1] [L=65510] (= -karman, in Gr.) the secondary or less immediate object of an action Pāṇ. 1-4, 51 Sch.
[p= 357,1] [L=65511] a quality, peculiarity, attribute or property Lāṭy. ; ṠāṅkhGṛ. ; Mn. iii, ix, &c.
[p= 357,1] [L=65512] an attribute of the 5 elements ( each of which has its own peculiar quality or qualities as well as organ of sense ; thus 1. ether has śabda, or sound for its guṇa and the ear for its organ ; 2. the air has tangibility and sound for its guṇas and the skin for its organ ; 3. fire or light has shape or colour, tangibility, and sound for its guṇas, and the eye for its organs ; 4. water has flavour, shape, tangibility, and sound for its guṇas, and the tongue for its organ ; 5. earth has the preceding guṇas, with the addition of its own peculiar guṇa of smell, and the nose for its organ ) Mn. i, 20 and 76-78 ; MBh. xii, 6846 ff. ; Ṡak. i, 1 ; BhP. iii, 5, 35
[p= 357,1] [L=65513] (in sāṁkhya phil.) an ingredient or constituent of prakṛti, chief quality of all existing beings ( viz. sattva, rajas, and tamas i.e. goodness, passion, and darkness, or virtue, foulness, and ignorance ; cf. RTL. pp. 31 ; 36 ; 163 ) Mn. i ; iii, 40 ; xii, 24 ff. ; Sāṃkhyak. ; Bhag. xiii f.
[p= 357,1] [L=65514] (hence) the number "three" VarBṛS. iic, 1
[p= 357,1] [L=65515] a property or characteristic of all created things ( in nyāya phil. twenty-four guṇas are enumerated, viz. 1. rūpa, shape, colour ; 2. rasa, savour ; 3. gandha, odour ; 4. sparśa, tangibility ; 5. saṁkhyā, number ; 6. parimāṇa, dimension ; 7. pṛthaktva, severalty ; 8. saṁyoga, conjunction ; 9. vibhāga, disjunction ; 10. paratva, remoteness ; 11. aparatva, proximity ; 12. gurutva, weight ; 13. dravatva, fluidity ; 14. sneha, viscidity ; 15. śabda, sound ; 16. buddhi or jñāna, understanding or knowledge ; 17. sukha, pleasure ; 18. duḥkha, pain ; 19. icchā, desire ; 20. dveṣa, aversion ; 21. prayatna, effort ; 22. dharma, merit or virtue ; 23. adharma, demerit ; 24. saṁskāra, the self-reproductive quality )
[p= 357,1] [L=65516] an epithet KātyṠr.
[p= 357,1] [L=65517] good quality, virtue, merit, excellence Mn. ; MBh. &c.
[p= 1326,2] [L=65517.1] also "power, might" ; āt, "by virtue of", "in consequence of", "by means of"
[p= 357,1] [L=65518] the merit of composition (consistency, elegance of expression, &c. ) Kāvyād. i, 41 f. ; Kpr. viii ; Sāh. viii
[p= 357,1] [L=65519] the peculiar properties of the letters ( 11 in number, viz. the 8 bāhya-prayatnās [q.v.] and the 3 accents) Kāṡ. on Pāṇ. 1-1, 9 and 50 (cf. -mātra)
[p= 357,1] [L=65520] the first gradation of a vowel, the vowels a ( with ar, al Pāṇ. 1-1, 51 ), e, o Nir. x, 17 ; RPrāt. xi, 6 ; Pāṇ.
[p= 357,1] [L=65521] an organ of sense L.
[p= 357,1] [L=65522] a cook (cf. -kāra) L.
[p= 357,1] [L=65523] bhīma-sena (cf. -kāra) L.
gṛdh

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 32.124
Whitney Roots links: gṛdh
(H1) gṛdh [p= 361,2] [L=66434]
cl.4 P. gṛdhyati (perf. 3. pl. jagṛdhur BhP. v, 4, 1 ; jāgṛdhur RV. ii, 23, 16 ; aor. agṛdhat RV. x, 34, 4 ; fut. gardhiṣyati ṠBr. iii ; pr. p. gṛdhyat RV. iv, 38, 3 ; ind.p. gṛddhvā BhP. x, 64, 40 ), to endeavour to gain RV. iv, 38, 3 ; AV. viii, 6, 1 ;

to covet, desire, strive after greedily, be desirous of or eager for (loc. [ RV. ; AV. &c. ] or acc. ĪṡUp. ; MBh. iv, 276 ; BhP. v, vi, x ) : Caus. P. gardhayati, to be greedy Dhātup. xxxii, 124 ;

to make desirous or greedy Pāṇ. 1-3, 69 ; Kāṡ. ;

Ā. °yate, to deceive, cheat ib. Bhaṭṭ. viii, 43 : Intens. 2. sg. impf. ajarghāḥ Pāṇ. 8-3, 14 ; Kāṡ. ;

( [cf. anu-, prati- ; abhi-ghṛdhna, pra-gardhin ; cf. also Old Germ. gir: Mod. Germ. gier: Engl. greedy (?) : Goth. gredags, gaurs: Hib. greadaim, "I burn" ; greadhnach, "joyful, glad" ; gradh, "love, charity ; dear" ; graidhneog, "a beloved female", &c. : Lith. godus, gedu: Slav. glad, "hunger."] )

gṛdhnutā

(H3) gṛdhnu--tā [p= 361,2] [L=66449] f. greediness L.
[p= 361,2] [L=66450] great desire for ( in comp.) Kathās.
gṛdhyā

(H2B) gṛdhyā [p= 361,2] [L=66453] f. greediness after, desire for ( in comp.) MBh. xii, 11274 ; xiii, 5590.
gokāmyā

(H3) go--kāmyā [p= 364,1] [L=66923] f. desire for cows Mṛcch. iii, 18/19.
grah

Whitney Roots links: grabh
(H1) grah [p= 371,3] [p= 371,2] [p= 372,1] [L=68591]
( [ RV. in a few passages only AV. &c. ] ) or grabh ( [ RV. ; rarely AV. ] ) cl.9 P. gṛbhṇāti gṛhṇāti ( also Ā. gṛhṇīte, irreg. gṛhṇate MuṇḍUp. ; 3. pl. gṛbhṇate RV. ; Impv. 2. sg. gṛhāṇa, [°ṇā, saṁhitā-pāṭha, p. Pass. nom. pl. n. Gmn. ] x, 103, 12 ; AV. xi, 1, 10 ; ṠBr. &c. ; gṛbhṇāna & gṛhṇ° [Ved.] ; gṛhṇa Hcat. ; Pañcad. i, 71 ; -gṛhṇāhi, -gṛbhṇīhi See prati- √grabh ; Ā. gṛbhṇīṣva [ VS. i, 18 ] or gṛhṇ° ; 3. sg. P. gṛhṇītāt ; Ved. Impv. gṛbhāya &c. See s.v. °ya cf. gṛhaya ; perf. jagrāha RV. x, 161, 1 ; AV. &c. ; 1. sg. °grabhā RV. ; °gṛbhma RV. ; Ā. °gṛhe, x, 12, 5 &c. ; 3. pl. °gṛbhre & °gṛbhrire RV. ; P. Pot. °gṛbhyāt, x, 31, 2 ; p. °gṛbhvas, iv, 23, 4 ; fut. 2nd grahīṣyati, °te MBh. &c. [cf. Pāṇ. 7-2, 37 ] ; sometimes wrongly spelt gṛh° MBh. iv, 1650 ; xii, 7311 ; grahiṣy° R. vi, 82, 74 ; Cond. agrahaiṣyat AitUp. iii, 3 ff. ; fut. 1st grahītā Pāṇ. 7-2, 37 ; aor. agrabham RV. i, 191, 13 ; AV. ; °bhīt RV. i, 145, 2 ; AV. &c. ; °hīt [ Pāṇ. 7-2, 5 ] AV. &c. ; -ajagrabhīt &c. See saṁ- √grah ; Subj. 2. pl. grabhīṣṭa RV. ii, 29, 5 ; Ā. agrahīṣṭa BhP. iv, 30, 11 ; aghṛkṣata Pāṇ. 7-3, 73 Sch. [ not in Kāṡ. ] ; Ved. 3. pl. agṛbhran [ RV. v, 2, 4 ] and agṛbhīṣata ; ind.p. gṛbhītvā AV. xii, 3, 20 ; gṛhītvā, xix, 58, 3 &c. ; grahāya Hariv. ; DivyĀv. ; inf. grahītum [ MBh. &c. ; cf. Pāṇ. 7-2, 37 ; wrongly spelt gṛh° R. v, 2, 25 ; Hit. ] ; Pass. gṛhyate [ fut. 1st grahītā or grāhitā fut. 2nd grahīṣyate or grāhiṣy° aor. agrāhi, 3. du. agrahīṣātām or agrāhiṣ° Pāṇ. 6-4, 62 and vii, 2, 37 ] ; Ved. Subj. 3. pl. gṛhyāntai Kāṡ. on iii, 4, 8 and 96 ; Ved. Pass. 3. sg. gṛhate [ RV. v, 32, 12 ] or gṛhe [ MaitrS. i, 9, 5 ] or gṛhaye [ Kāṭh. ix, 13 ; cf. gṛhaya] ; Subj. 1. pl. gṛhāmahi RV. viii, 2, 16 ; Pot. gṛhīta MaitrS. ii, 5, 2 ) to seize, take ( by the hand, pāṇau or kare, exceptionally pāṇim ( double acc.) RV. i, 125, 1 ; Sāy. ; cf. Vop. v, 6 ), grasp, lay hold of (e.g. pakṣaṁ, to take a side, adopt a party Prab. ; pāṇim, "to take by the hand in the marriage ceremony", marry AV. xiv, 1, 48 ff. ; Gobh. ii, 1, 11 ; MBh. &c. ) RV. &c. ;

to arrest, stop RV. ix, 78, 1 ; Kathās. iv, 32 ;

to catch, take captive, take prisoner, capture, imprison RV. &c. ;

to take possession of, gain over, captivate MBh. xiii, 2239 ; R. ii, 12, 25 ; Ragh. ; Cāṇ. ;

to seize, overpower (esp. said of diseases and demons and the punishments of varuṇa) RV. ; AV. ; MaitrS. &c. ;

to eclipse VarBṛS. v ;

to abstract, take away (by robbery) R. iv, 53, 25 ; Ṡak. iii, 21 ; Bhaṭṭ. ;

to lay the hand on, claim Mn. ; Yājñ. ; Ragh. i, 18 ; Pañcat. ;

to gain, win, obtain, receive, accept ( from abl., rarely gen.), keep RV. &c. ( with double acc. Vop. v, 6 ) ;

to acquire by purchase ( with instr. of the price ) Mn. viii, 201 ; Yājñ. ii, 169 ; R. &c. ;

to choose MBh. xiii ; R. i, 39, 13 f. ; Kathās. liii ;

to choose any one (acc.) as a wife ;

to take up (a fluid with any small vessel), draw water RV. viii, 69, 10 ; VS. x, 1 ; TS. vi &c. ;

to pluck, pick, gather Hariv. 5238 ; Ṡak. iv, vi ;

to collect a store of anything VarBṛS. xlii, 10 f. ;

to use, put on (clothes) Mn. ii, 64 ; MBh. iii, 16708 ; Bhag. ; Ratnāv. i &c. ;

to assume (a shape) BhP. i f. ;

to place upon (instr. or loc.) Mn. viii, 256 ; Kathās. ;

to include Pāṇ. 8-4, 68 Sch. ; Vop. i, 5 ;

to take on one's self, undertake, undergo, begin RV. x, 31, 2 ; MBh. iii, xiii ; BhP. &c. ;

to receive hospitably (a guest), take back (a divorced wife) MBh. v, 7068 ; R. i ; Ṡak. v, 25 ; BhP. iii, 5, 19 ;

"to take into the mouth", mention, name RV. i, 191, 13 & x, 145, 4 ; AV. ; TS. &c. ;

to perceive ( with the organs of sense or with manas), observe, recognise RV. i, 139, 10 and 145, 2 ; VS. i, 18 ; ṠBr. xiv ; MuṇḍUp. ; ṠvetUp. &c. ;

(in astron.) to observe VarBṛS. xliii, 30 ;

to receive into the mind, apprehend, understand, learn Nal. ; R. ; Ragh. v, 59 ; Pañcat. i, 1, 23 ;

(in astron.) to calculate Sūryas. ;

to accept, admit, approve MBh. i, 6299 ; R. ii ; Mṛcch. ix, 18 ; Kād. ; BhP. i, 2, 12 ; Kathās. ;

to obey, follow MBh. ; R. ; Mṛcch. ix, 30/31 ; BhP. iii f. ;

to take for, consider as Mn. i, 110 ; Mālav. v &c. ;

(Pass.) to be meant by (instr.) Yājñ. Sch. ; Pāṇ. ; Siddh. and Sch.: Caus. grāhayati, to cause to take or seize or lay hold of R. vii ; Suṡr. ; Ragh. xv, 88 ; Daṡ. ;

to cause to take ( by the hand [pāṇim] in the marriage ceremony ) Ragh. xvii, 3 ;

to cause to marry, give away a girl (acc.) in marriage to any one (acc.) Kum. i, 53 ;

to cause any one to be captured Yājñ. ii, 169 ; R. vi, 1, 21 ; Daṡ. ;

to cause any one to be seized or overpowered (as by varuṇa's punishments or death &c. ) TS. ii, vi f. ; TBr. i ; MBh. viii, 3281 ;

to cause to be taken away Hit. ;

to make any one take, deliver anything (acc.) over to any one (acc. ; e.g. āsanam with acc. "to cause to take a seat, bid any one to sit down" Rājat. v, 306 ) Mṛcch. ; Vop. xviii, 7 ;

to make any one choose Rājat. v, 102 (aor. ajigrahat) ;

to make any one learn, make acquainted or familiar with (acc.) Nir. i, 4 ; Āp. i, 8, 25 ; Mn. i, 58 ; MBh. &c. : Desid. jighṛkṣati (cf. Pāṇ. 1-2, 8 & vii, 2, 12 ), also °te, to be about to seize or take Gobh. i, 1, 8 and 20 ; MBh. ; R. ; Kathās. ;

to be about to eclipse R. vii, 35, 31 ;

to be about to take away BhP. i, 17, 25 ;

to desire to perceive (with the organs of sense), strive to apprehend or recognise AitUp. iii, 3 ff. ; BhP. ii, iv : Intens. jarīgṛhyate Pāṇ. 6-1, 16 ; Kāṡ. ; ( [cf. Zd. gerep, geurv ; Goth. greipa ; Germ. greife ; Lith. grēbju ; Slav. grabljū ; Hib. grabaim, "I devour, stop."] )

ṅa

(H1) ṅa 1 [p= 380,1] [L=70275] the 5th consonant of the Sanskrit alphabet, nasal of the 1st class. No word in use begins with this letter
[p= 380,1] [L=70275.1] it is usually found as the 1st member of a conjunct consonant preceded by a vowel.
(H1) ṅa 2 [p= 380,1] [L=70277] m. an object of sense L.
[p= 380,1] [L=70278] desire for any sensual object L.
[p= 380,1] [L=70279] śiva (bhairava) L.
cikartiṣā

(H1) cikartiṣā [p= 394,3] [L=73371] f. ( √2. kṛt Desid.) desire to cut off Daṡ. xii, 19.
cikīrṣā

(H3) cikīrṣā [p= 394,3] [L=73384] f. ( Pāṇ. 3-3, 102 ; Kāṡ. ) intention or desire to make or do or perform ( generally ifc.) MBh. i ; R. i, v ; Pāṇ. 2-3, 66 ; Kāṡ. ( with gen.) BhP. ii f.
[p= 394,3] [L=73385] (°raṣā) xi, 9, 26
[p= 394,3] [L=73386] desire for (gen. or in comp.) MBh. i, 1860 and 5172 ; Hariv. 4907.
cikraṁsā

(H1) cikraṁsā [p= 395,1] [L=73434] f. ( √kram Desid.) desire of attacking or springing upon W.
cikrīḍiṣā

(H1) cikrīḍiṣā [p= 395,1] [L=73435] f. ( √krīd Desid.) desire to play BhP. iii, 7, 3.
cittarāga

(H3) citta--rāga [p= 395,3] [L=73578] m. affection, desire W.
chanda

(H2) chanda 1 [p= 404,2] [L=75511] mfn. = °nna L. Sch.
(H2) chanda 2 [p= 404,3] [L=75559] mfn. pleasing, alluring, inviting RV. i, 92, 6 ; viii, 7, 36
[p= 404,3] [L=75560] praising (chanda Naigh. iii, 16 ) RV. vi, 11, 3
[p= 404,3] [L=75561] cf. madhu-cch°
(H2B) chanda [p= 404,3] [L=75562] m. appearance, look, shape Hariv. 8359 ff.
(H2B) chanda [p= 404,3] [L=75563] m. cf. prati and vi-cch°
(H2B) chanda [p= 404,3] [L=75564] m. pleasure, delight, appetite, liking, predilection, desire, will Yājñ. ii, 195 ; MBh. &c.
(H2B) chanda [p= 404,3] [L=75570] m. poison L.
(H2B) chanda [p= 404,3] [L=75571] m. N. of śākya-muni's charioteer (chandaka) Lalit. xv ; DivyĀv. xxvii, 159
(H2B) chanda [p= 404,3] [L=75572] m. of a prince W.
(H2B) chanda [p= 404,3] [L=75573] m. cf. sva-
(H2B) chanda [p= 404,3] [L=75574] m. indra-, kalā*pa-, deva and vijaya-, various kinds of pearl-ornaments.
(H1) chanda a [p= 405,2] [L=75689] 1 and 2 See √1. and √3. chad.
chandas

(H2) chandas 1 [p= 404,2] [L=75512] n. "roof" See bṛhac-
[p= 404,3] [L=75513] deceit Uṇ.
(H2) chandas 2 [p= 405,1] [L=75611] n. desire, longing for, will MBh. xii, 7376 ; Pāṇ. 4-4, 93 ; Kāṡ.
[p= 405,1] [L=75612] intention, purport W.
[p= 405,1] [L=75613] a sacred hymn ( of AV. ; as distinguished from those of RV. ; SV. and YajurV. ), incantation-hymn RV. x ; AV. ; ṠBr. viii ; MBh. v, 1224 ; Ragh. i, 11
[p= 405,1] [L=75614] the sacred text of the Vedic hymns ṠBr. xi, 5, 7, 3 ; ĀṡvGṛ. ; Kauṡ. ; Gobh. ; VPrāt. ; Pāṇ. ; Mn. &c.
[p= 405,1] [L=75615] metre ( in general, supposed to consist of 3 or 7 typical forms [ AV. ; VS. &c. ] to which virāj is added as the 8th [ ṠBr. viii, 3, 3, 6 ] ; chandas opposed to gāyatri and triṣṭubh RV. x, 14, 16 )
[p= 405,1] [L=75616] metrical science MuṇḍUp. i, 1, 5 ; MBh. i, 2887 ; Pañcat. ; Ṡrut.
[p= 405,1] [L=75617] = °do-grantha Nyāyam. ix, 2, 6 Sch. ; ( [cf. Lat. scando, "to step, scan."] )
(H2) chan° das a [p= 405,2] [L=75692] &c. See ib.
chandaspakṣa

(H3) chandas--pakṣa [p= 405,1] [L=75621] (chand°) mf (ā) n. borne aloft on the wings of desire AV. viii, 9, 1 2.
jātasaṁkalpa

(H3) jāta--saṁkalpa [p= 417,3] [L=78626] mfn. feeling a desire for, nā. iii, 8.
ji

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(H1) ji 1 [p= 420,2] [L=79180]
cl.1. jayati, °te (impf. ajayat ; aor. ajaiṣīt, Ved. ajais, 1. pl. ajaiṣma, jeṣma, 2. sg. jes and Ā. jeṣi Subj. jeṣat, °ṣas, °ṣāma RV. ; aor. Ā. ajeṣṭa ; fut. 1st. jetā RV. &c. ; fut. 2nd. jeṣyati, x, 34, 6 &c. ; pf. jigāya [ Pāṇ. 7-3, 57 ], jigetha, jigyur ; p. jigīvas [°givas TS. i, 7, 8, 4 ; acc. pl. °gyuṣas] RV. &c. ; Inf. jiṣe, i, 111, 4 and 112, 12 ; jetave TBr. ii ; Class. jetum: Pass. jīyate, ajīyata [ Ragh. xi, 65 ], ajāyi, jāyiṣyate ; for jīyate and cl.9. jināti See √ jyā) to win or acquire (by conquest or in gambling), conquer (in battle), vanquish (in a game or lawsuit), defeat, excel, surpass RV. &c. ( with punar, "to reconquer" TS. vi, 3, 1, 1 ) ;

to conquer (the passions), overcome or remove (any desire or difficulties or diseases) Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to expel from (abl.) ṠBr. iii, 6, 1, 17 ;

to win anything (acc.) from (acc.), vanquish anyone (acc.) in a game (acc.) ṠBr. iii, 6, 1, 28 ; xiv, 6, 8, 1 and 12 ; MBh. iii ; Daṡ. ; Pāṇ. 1-4, 51 ; Siddh. ;

to be victorious, gain the upper hand RV. ; AV. ; ṠBr. iii ; MuṇḍUp. ; Mn. vii, 201 ; MBh. ;

often pr. in the sense of an Impv. "long live!" "glory to" Ṡak. ; VarBṛS. ; Laghuj. ; Bhartṛ. &c. : Caus. jāpayati ( Pāṇ. 6-1, 48 and 7-3, 36 ) to cause to win VS. ix, 11 f. ;

(aor. 2. pl, ajījipata and ajījap°) TS. i, 7, 8, 4 and ; ṠBr. v, 1, 5, 11 f. ; ĀṡvṠr. ix, 9 ;

to conquer MBh. vii, 66, 6 (aor. ajījayat) : Pass. jāpyate, to be made to conquer W. : Desid. jigīṣati, °te ( Pāṇ. 7-3, 57 ; p. °ṣat, °ṣamāṇa) to wish to win or obtain or conquer or excel AV. xi, 5, 18 ; TS. ii ; ṠBr. ; ṠāṅkhṠr. ; MBh. &c. ;

(Ā.) to seek for prey RV. x, 4, 3 : Intens. jejīyate Pāṇ. 7-3, 57 ; Kāṡ.

(H2) ji 2 [p= 420,2] [L=79181] mfn. conquering L.
(H2B) ji [p= 420,2] [L=79182] m. a piśāca L.
jigīṣā

(H2) jigīṣā a [p= 420,2] [L=79183] f. desire of obtaining, (°ṣā, Ved. instr.) RV. i, 171, 3 and 186, 4 ; MBh. iii, 13360
[p= 420,2] [L=79184] desire of conquering or being victorious, military ambition , i, v ; Ragh. xv, 45 ; BhP. iii, 18
[p= 420,2] [L=79185] = °ṣu-tā Kathās. xv, 7 and xxi, 81 (ifc.) Rājat.
[p= 420,2] [L=79186] eminence W.
[p= 420,2] [L=79187] profession or habit of life W.
(H1) jigīṣā b [p= 420,3] [L=79261] °ṣu, jigyu See cols. 2, 3.
jigīṣutā

(H3) jigīṣu--tā [p= 420,3] [L=79193] f. desire of excelling, ambition Kathās. xviii, 85.
jitāhāra

(H3) jitā* hāra [p= 420,3] [L=79238] mfn. one who has overcome the desire for food TejobUp. 3.
jighatsā

(H1) jighatsā [p= 420,3] [L=79263] f. ( √ ghas Desid.) desire of eating or consuming Kathās. lxi
[p= 420,3] [L=79264] cf. vi-jighatsa.
jijīviṣā

(H1) jijīviṣā [p= 421,1] [L=79291] f. ( √ jīv Desid.) desire to live MBh. viii, 1790.
jijñāsana

(H2) jijñāsana [p= 421,1] [L=79297] n. desire of knowing, investigation Kathās. v, 136.
jihāsā

(H1) jihāsā [p= 421,3] [L=79433] f. ( √3. hā Desid.) desire of abandoning or giving up BhP. ; Sarvad. iii, 255.
jihīrṣā

(H2) jihīrṣā [p= 421,3] [L=79437] f. ( √ hṛ Desid. Pāṇ. 3-3, 102 ; Kāṡ. ) ifc. desire of carrying BhP. i, 7, 25
[p= 421,3] [L=79438] desire of seizing, x, 90, 10 (°raṣā)
[p= 421,3] [L=79439] desire of robbing, iv, 19, 23
[p= 421,3] [L=79440] wish to remove, iii, 1, 43
[p= 421,3] [L=79441] desire to carry off or ravish Kām. iii, 22.
jīvanasyā

(H2) jīvanasyā [p= 423,2] [L=79862] f. desire of life TS. ii ; MaitrS. ii, 3, 4.
jīvātukāmyā

(H3) jīvātu--kāmyā [p= 423,2] [L=79903] f. desire for, life Mṛcch. x, 40.
jīvitagṛdhnutā

(H3) jīvita--gṛdhnu-tā [p= 423,2] [L=79923] f. great desire for life Kathās. lxxviii, 87.
jñānakautūhala

(H3) jñāna--kautūhala [p= 1327,3] [L=80390.1] n. desire of knowledge, Jātakam.
ṭoḍarānanda

(H3) ṭoḍarā* nanda [p= 430,1] [L=81297] m. " ṭoḍara's delight ", N. of a compilation made at ṭoḍara's desire Nirṇayas.
tattvavivitsā

(H4) tat--tva---vivitsā [p= 433,1] [L=81889] f. desire of knowing the truth W.
tam

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(H1) tam [p= 438,1] [L=82867]
cl.4. tāmyati ( Pāṇ. 7-3, 74 ; rarely Ā. R. ii, 63, 46 ; Gīt. v, 16 ; pf. tatāma ṠBr. iv ; aor. Pass. atami Pāṇ. 7-3, 34 ; Kāṡ. ; Ved. inf. tamitos, with ā preceding, "till exhaustion" TBr. i, 4, 4, 2 ; TāṇḍyaBr. xii ; Lāṭy. ; Āp. ; pf. Pass. p. -tānta q.v.) to gasp for breath (as one suffocating), choke, be suffocated, faint away, be exhausted, perish, be distressed or disturbed or perplexed RV. ii, 30, 7 (na mā tamat [aor. subj.] "may I not be exhausted") Kāṭh. ; TBr. &c. ;

to stop (as breath), become immovable or stiff Suṡr. ; Mālatīm. ; Amar. ; Rājat. v, 344 ;

to desire (cf. 2. °ma, °mata) Dhātup. xxvi, 93 : Caus. tamayati (aor. Pass. atāmi Pāṇ. 6-4, 93 ; Kāṡ. ) to suffocate, deprive of breath ṠBr. iii, 3, 2, 19 and 8, 1, 15 ; KātyṠr. vi, 5, 18 ;

cf. a-tameru.

tarka

(H2) tarka [p= 439,3] [L=83342] m. conjecture MBh. &c.
[p= 439,3] [L=83343] reasoning, speculation, inquiry KaṭhUp. ii, 9 ; PārGṛ. ii, 6, 5 ; Gaut. ; Mn. xii, 106 ; MBh. &c.
[p= 439,3] [L=83344] doubt W.
[p= 439,3] [L=83345] system or doctrine founded on speculation or reasoning, philosophical system ( esp. the nyāya system, but applicable also to any of the six darśana q.v.) BhP. ii, vii f. ; Prab. ; Vop. ; Caraṇ. ; Madhus.
[p= 439,3] [L=83346] the number 6 Sūryas. xii, 87
[p= 439,3] [L=83347] logic, confutation (esp. that kind of argument which consists in reduction to absurdity) Tarkas. ; Sarvad. ; Madhus.
[p= 439,3] [L=83348] wish, desire L.
[p= 439,3] [L=83349] supplying an ellipsis L.
[p= 439,3] [L=83350] cause, motive L.
(H2B) tarka [p= 439,3] [L=83351] n. a philosophical system Hcat. i, 7
(H2B) tarka [p= 439,3] [L=83353] n. cf. a-, ku-, dus-, rūpa-.
tarṣa

(H2) tarṣa 1 [p= 439,2] [L=83200] m. = °rīṣa, a raft Uṇ. iii, 62 Sch.
[p= 439,2] [L=83201] the ocean ib.
[p= 439,2] [L=83202] the sun Uṇvṛ.
(H1) tarṣa 2 [p= 440,2] [L=83484] m. ( √ tṛṣ) thirst, wish, desire for ( in comp.) MBh. xii ; R. ii, 100, 3 ; BhP. v, 8, 12 (ati-, "excessive desire")
[p= 440,2] [L=83485] Desire (son of arka [the sun] and vāsanā), vi, 6, 13
tarṣā

(H1B) tarṣā [p= 440,2] [L=83486] f. thirst, desire, xi, 9, 27 .
tarṣaṇa

(H2) tarṣaṇa [p= 440,2] [L=83488] n. thirst L.
[p= 440,2] [L=83489] desire, iii, 25, 7 .
tarṣula

(H2) tarṣula [p= 440,2] [L=83495] mfn. "desiring", a-tarṣulam ind. without desire MBh. xii, 7762.
tij

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(H1) tij [p= 446,1] [L=84753]
cl.1. tejate (°ti Dhātup. xxiii, 2 ; p. tejamāna ; Ved. inf. tejase) to be or become sharp RV. i, 55, 1 ; iii, 2, 10 and 8, 11 (tetijāna, "sharp" VS. v, 43 ) ;

to sharpen, x, 138, 5 : Caus. tejayati id. Dhātup. xxxii, 109 ;

to stir up, excite R. iii, 31, 36 ; Ragh. ix, 38 : Desid. titikṣate ( Pāṇ. 3-1, 5 ; 1. pl. °kṣmahe MBh. v, 3427 ; fut. °kṣiṣyate ṠBr. iii ; ep. also P. e.g. p. °kṣat BhP. iii ) "to desire to become sharp or firm", to bear with firmness, suffer with courage or patience, endure RV. ii, 13, 3 ; iii, 30, 1 ; AV. viii &c. : Intens. tetikte ( Pāṇ. 7-4, 65 ; p. °tijāna See above ) to sharpen RV. iv, 2 3, 7 ;

( [cf. στίζω ; Lat. dis-tinguo, &c. ] )

titīrṣā

(H1) titīrṣā [p= 446,2] [L=84885] f. ( √ tṛ Desid.) desire of crossing (ifc.) BhP. ix, 13, 19
[p= 446,2] [L=84886] desire of final emancipation W.
tṛṣ

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(H1) tṛṣ 1 [p= 454,1] [L=86774]
cl.4. °ṣyati (p. tṛṣyat Ā. °ṣāṇa pf. tātṛṣāṇa RV. [tat°, vi, 15, 5 ] ; 3. pl. tātṛṣur, x, 15, 9 ; aor. Subj. tṛṣat AV. ii, 29, 4 ; ind.p. °ṣṭvā, xix, 34, 6 ; °ṣitvā and tarṣitvā Pāṇ. 1-2, 25 ) to be thirsty, thirst, thirst for RV. &c. : Caus. (aor. 1. pl. atītṛṣāma) to cause to thirst, iv, 34, 11 ;

( [cf. Goth. thars, thaursus ; τέρσομαι ] )

(H2) tṛṣ 2 [p= 454,1] [L=86775] mfn. "longing for" See artha-
(H2B) tṛṣ [p= 454,1] [L=86776] f. ( Siddh. stry. 23 ) thirst MBh. xiv ; Suṡr. ; VarBṛ. &c.
(H2B) tṛṣ [p= 454,1] [L=86777] f. strong desire L.
(H2B) tṛṣ [p= 454,1] [L=86778] f. Desire as daughter of Love L.
tṛṣā

(H2) tṛṣā [p= 454,1] [L=86779] f. thirst Nal. ix, 27 ; Suṡr. ; Vet. &c.
[p= 454,1] [L=86780] strong desire Hit. i, 6, 34
[p= 454,1] [L=86781] Desire as daughter of Love L.
[p= 454,1] [L=86782] Methonica superba L.
tṛṣārta

(H3) tṛṣā* rta [p= 454,1] [L=86785] mfn. (°ṣā*r°) suffering from thirst, Siṉhās. vi, 7 ; Hit. iii, 4, 0/1
[p= 454,1] [L=86785.1] affected by desire, i, 6, 34 .
tṛṣṇā

(H2) tṛṣṇā [p= 454,1] [L=86805] f. thirst, i, vii, ix ; AV. ; ṠBr. &c.
[p= 454,1] [L=86806] desire, avidity ( chiefly ifc.) R. ; Ragh. ; BhP. &c.
[p= 454,1] [L=86807] Avidity as mother of dambha ( Prab. ; ii, 11/12 ), daughter of Death ( mṛtyu VP. i, 7, 31 ; or māra Lalit. xxiv, 20 ), generated by vedanā and generating upādāna ( Buddh. )
[p= 454,1] [L=86808] cf. ati-.
tṛṣṇākṣaya

(H3) tṛṣṇā--kṣaya [p= 454,1] [L=86809] m. cessation of desire, tranquillity of mind L.
tṛṣṇāsaṅga

(H3) tṛṣṇā--saṅga [p= 1328,2] [L=86813.1] m. attachment to desire, Bhag.
dāḍhā

(H1) dāḍhā [p= 475,2] [L=91557] f. ( = and prob. fr. daṁṣṭrā) large tooth, tusk L.
[p= 475,2] [L=91558] wish, desire L.
[p= 475,2] [L=91559] number, multitude L.
ditsā

(H1) ditsā [p= 477,3] [L=92077] f. ( √ 1. dā Desid.) desire or intention of giving Rājat. iii, 252.
didṛkṣā

(H1) didṛkṣā [p= 477,3] [L=92085] f. ( √ dṛś Desid.) desire of seeing MBh. ; Kathās.
didṛkṣāvat

(H3) didṛkṣā--vat [p= 477,3] [L=92086] mfn. having a desire to see W.
didhakṣā

(H3) didha° kṣā [p= 478,1] [L=92109] f. desire to burn MBh. ; BhP.
divyadohada

(H3) divya--dohada [p= 479,2] [L=92411] n. divine desire, the object of a deity's desire L.
(H3B) divya--dohada [p= 479,2] [L=92412] mfn. fit for an offering or oblation L.
dīdhī

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(H1) dīdhī 1 [p= 481,1] [L=92748]
( connected with √2. dī) cl.2 Ā. didhīte, to shine, be bright Dhātup. xxiv, 68 ;

P. adīdhet, 3. pl. adīdhayur, to appear as, resemble (nom.) RV. v, 40, 5 ; x, 98, 7.

(H1) dīdhī 2 [p= 481,1] [L=92760]
(cf. √1. dhī and √ dhyai) cl.2 Ā. didhīte, 1. sg. dīdhye ( RV. v, 33, 1 ), p. Pres. dīdhyat ( RV. ii, 20, 1 ) and dīdhyānā ( RV. , often with manasā) to perceive, think, be intent upon ;

to wish, desire.

devana

(H2) devana 1 [p= 492,2] [L=95517] n. lamentation, wailing, grief, sorrow L.
(H2) devana 2 [p= 495,3] [L=96383] m. a die, dice for gambling L.
(H2B) devana [p= 495,3] [L=96386] n. (dev°) shining, splendour Kull. viii, 92
(H2B) devana [p= 495,3] [L=96387] n. gaming, a game at dice RV. x, 43, 5 ; MBh. ; R. &c.
(H2B) devana [p= 495,3] [L=96388] n. play, sport, pastime L.
(H2B) devana [p= 495,3] [L=96389] n. pleasure-ground, garden L.
(H2B) devana [p= 495,3] [L=96390] n. a lotus L.
(H2B) devana [p= 495,3] [L=96391] n. praise L.
(H2B) devana [p= 495,3] [L=96392] n. desire, emulation L.
(H2B) devana [p= 495,3] [L=96393] n. affair, business, profession L.
(H2B) devana [p= 495,3] [L=96394] n. going, motion L.
dohada

(H1) dohada [p= 499,1] [L=97151] m. ( also n. L. ; probably Prakrit for. daurhṛda lit. sickness of heart, nausea ) the longing of a pregnant woman for partic. objects (fig. said of plants which at budding time long to be touched by the foot or by the mouth [ Ragh. xix, 12 ] of a lovely woman)
[p= 499,1] [L=97152] any morbid desire or wish for (loc. or comp. f (ā) .) Yājñ. ; R. ; Kālid. ; Pañc. ; Kathās. &c.
[p= 499,1] [L=97153] pregnancy
[p= 1329,1] [L=97153.1] accord. to Luders fr. duhalī = dvihṛd, "pregnant".
[p= 499,1] [L=97154] a kind of fragrant substance used as manure Naish. i, 82 Sch.
dauhadika

(H1) dauhadika [p= 499,2] [L=97260] m. ( fr. dohada) a landscape gardener Naish.
[p= 499,3] [L=97261] morbid or ardent desire ib.
drāṅkṣ

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(H1) drāṅkṣ [p= 501,3] [L=97785]
cl.1 P. drāṅkṣati, to utter a discordant sound, croak or caw ;

to desire, long for, Dhātup. xvii, 19 (cf. dhrāṅkṣ) .

dhanalobha

(H3) dhana--lobha [p= 508,3] [L=99378] m. desire of wealth, covetousness Kathās.
dhanāśā

(H3) dhanā* śā [p= 508,3] [L=99451] f. longing after wealth, desire for riches Hariv. ; Hit.
[p= 508,3] [L=99452] hope of gaining wealth Kāv.
dhanecchā

(H3) dhane* cchā [p= 508,3] [L=99453] f. desire for wealth Kāv.
dhanoṣman

(H3) dhano* ṣman [p= 509,1] [L=99465] ( or °no*ṣ°) m. burning desire for money or for wealth Mn. ix, 231.
dhanāyā

(H3) dhanā° yā [p= 509,1] [L=99470] f. desire of wealth, covetousness L.
dhī

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(H1) dhī 1 [p= 516,3] [L=101254]
cl.3 Ā. dīdhīte, &c. RV. (cf. √ dīdhī ; the forms dhīmahi and adhāyi belong rather to √1. dhā ; pf. dīdhaya, °dhima, °dhiyur or °dhyur, °dhire RV. ; AV. ; Br. ) to perceive, think, reflect ;

wish, desire: Intens. dedhyat TS.

(H2) dhī 2 [p= 516,3] [L=101266] f. thought, (esp.) religious thought, reflection, meditation, devotion, prayer (pl. Holy Thoughts personified ) RV.
[p= 516,3] [L=101267] understanding, intelligence, wisdom ( personified as the wife of rudra-manyu BhP. ), knowledge, science, art
[p= 516,3] [L=101268] mind, disposition, intention, design (ifc. intent upon Kāv. )
[p= 516,3] [L=101269] notion, opinion, the taking for (comp.) RV. &c. (yathā dhiyā or dhiyā na, according to thy wisdom or will ; itthā dhiyā or dhiyaḥ, willingly lit. such is thy will RV. )
[p= 516,3] [L=101270] N. of the 5th house from the lagna Var.
(H1) dhī 3 [p= 517,1] [L=101318]
cl.4 Ā. dhīyate, to contain, hold (Pass. of √1. dhā?) ;

to slight, disregard ;

to propitiate (?) Dhātup. xxvi, 37.

(H1) dhī 4 [p= 517,1] [L=101319] f. for dī, splendour RV. iii, 34, 5 ; vi, 3, 3.
dhvāṅkṣ

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(H1) dhvāṅkṣ [p= 522,3] [L=102567]
cl.1 P. dhvāṅkṣati, to utter the cry of birds, to caw, croak, &c. ;

to desire Dhātup. xvii, 21 (cf. dhmāṅkṣ & dhrāṅkṣ) .

nakiṁcidapisaṁkalpa

(H4) na--kiṁcid-api-saṁkalpa [p= 523,1] [L=102625] m. no desire for anything Kāv.
narāśaṁsa

(H3) narā* śaṁsa a [p= 529,2] [L=104192] m. (°rā*ś°?) "the desire or praise of men (?)", a mystic. N. of agni ( esp. in the āprī hymns, besides or instead of tanū-napāt q.v.) RV. ; VS. ; TS. ; Br.
[p= 529,2] [L=104192.1] (rarely) of pūṣan e.g. RV. i, 164, 3 ; x. 64, 3
(H1) narā-śaṁsa b [p= 529,3] [L=104265] See under nara.
nāgara

(H1) nāgara [p= 533,3] [L=105221] mf (ī) n. ( fr. nagara) town-born, town-bred, relating or belonging to a town or city, town-like, civic MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 533,3] [L=105222] spoken in a town ( said of a partic. apabhraṁśa dialect ; cf. upa-n°) Sāh.
[p= 533,3] [L=105223] polite, civil, Ṡak. v, 1/2 (v.l. for °rika)
[p= 533,3] [L=105224] clever, dexterous, cunning Dhūrtan.
[p= 533,3] [L=105225] bad, vile L.
[p= 533,3] [L=105226] nameless L.
(H1B) nāgara [p= 533,3] [L=105227] m. a citizen MBh. &c.
(H1B) nāgara [p= 533,3] [L=105228] m. (= paura) a prince engaged in war under partic. circumstances ( opp. to yāyin &c. and also applied to planets opposed to each other ) Var.
(H1B) nāgara [p= 533,3] [L=105229] m. a husband's brother L.
(H1B) nāgara [p= 533,3] [L=105230] m. a lecturer L.
(H1B) nāgara [p= 533,3] [L=105231] m. an orange L. (cf. nāga-raṅga)
(H1B) nāgara [p= 533,3] [L=105232] m. toil, fatigue L.
(H1B) nāgara [p= 533,3] [L=105233] m. desire of final beatitude L.
(H1B) nāgara [p= 533,3] [L=105234] m. denial of knowledge L.
(H1B) nāgara [p= 534,1] [L=105238] n. dry ginger Suṡr.
(H1B) nāgara [p= 534,1] [L=105239] n. the root of Cyperus Pertenuis L.
(H1B) nāgara [p= 534,1] [L=105240] n. a partic. written character Hcat.
(H1B) nāgara [p= 534,1] [L=105241] n. a kind of coitus L.
(H1B) nāgara [p= 534,1] [L=105242] n. N. of sev. places L.
nāsāyoni

(H3) nāsā--yoni [p= 538,2] [L=106245] m. a weak or passionless man who has no desire for cohabitation without smelling the genitals Bhpr.
niḥspṛha

(H3) niḥ--spṛha [p= 539,2] [L=106482] mf (ā) n. free from desire, not longing for (loc. or comp.), abstaining from (abl.) Mn. ; MBh. &c. ( -tā f. Yājñ. )
nirāśa

(H3) nir--āśa [p= 540,2] [L=106787] mf (ā) n. without any hope or wish or desire, indifferent Kap. ; Kāv. ; Rājat. &c. (āśām nir-āśāṁ √ kṛ, to make hope hopeless i.e. giving up all hope MBh. xii, 6647 ; cf. 6520 )
[p= 540,2] [L=106788] despairing or despondent of ( with loc. dat. acc. and prati abl., or comp.) MBh. ; R. &c.
nirāśis

(H3) nir--āśis [p= 540,2] [L=106802] mfn. hopeless, despairing MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ( °śīs-tva n. MBh. xii, 12440 )
[p= 540,2] [L=106803] free from desire, indifferent , Kum. v, 76
[p= 540,2] [L=106804] without a blessing W.
niriccha

(H3) nir--iccha [p= 540,2] [L=106825] mfn. without wish or desire, indifferent ib.
nirīhā

(H3B) nir--īhā [p= 540,2] [L=106837] f. ( BhP. ) = -tā f. ( MBh. ), -tva n. ( MW. ), °hā*vasthā f. ( Sāh. ) absence of effort or desire, indifference.
nirīhatā

(H4) nir-īha--tā [p= 540,2] [L=106837.1] f., Seenirīhā 106837, ( MBh. ) absence of effort or desire, indifference.
nirīhatva

(H4) nir-īha-tva [p= 540,2] [L=106837.2] n., Seenirīhā 106837, ( MW. ) absence of effort or desire, indifference.
nirīhāvasthā

(H4) nir--īhā* vasthā [p= 540,2] [L=106837.3] f., Seenirīhā 106837 ( Sāh. ) absence of effort or desire, indifference.
nirutkaṇṭha

(H3) nir--utkaṇṭha [p= 540,3] [L=106842] mfn. free from longing or desire Ṡak.
nirupādāna

(H3) nir--upā* dāna [p= 540,3] [L=106907] mfn. free from desire or clinging to life, DivyĀv. (cf. MWB. 44 ; 102 &c. )
nirlobha

(H3) nir--lobha [p= 542,1] [L=107252] mfn. free from desire, unavaricious Rājat.
nistṛṣṇa

(H3) nis--tṛṣṇa [p= 543,3] [L=107673] mfn. free from desire, DivyĀv.
nikāma

(H3) ni-kāma [p= 544,2] [L=107824.05] m. desire, wish, pleasure RV. ; VS. ; AV.
(H3B) ni-kāma [p= 544,2] [L=107824.10] ind. ibc., = (am) according to wish or desire, to one's heart's content, abundantly, excessively Var. ; Mṛcch. &c. (cf. yadā-nikāmam)
(H3B) ni-kāma [p= 544,2] [L=107824.15] mfn. desirous, covetous, greedy RV.
(H3B) ni-kāma [p= 544,2] [L=107824.20] m. N. of an agni ṠāṅkhGṛ.
nikāmana

(H3) ni-° kāmana [p= 544,2] [L=107826] n. desire Lāṭy.
nigrah

(H1) ni- √ grah [p= 546,1] [L=108112]
P. Ā. -gṛhṇāti, ṇīte (dat. inf. -grabhe RV. ), to hold down, lower, depress RV. ; TS. ; KātyṠr. ;

to keep or hold back, draw near, attract RV. ; AV. ; ṠBr. &c. ;

to seize, catch, hold, hold fast, stop, restrain, suppress, curb, tame, punish Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to contract, close (as the eyes) Mṛcch. ii, 13/14 Caus. -grāhayati, to cause to be apprehended or seized Daṡ. : Caus. of Desid. -jighṛkṣayati (p. °ṣayat), to cause any one to desire to overpower or excel Bhaṭṭ.

ninartiṣā

(H1) ninartiṣā [p= 549,1] [L=108645] f. ( √ nṛt) desire of dancing Hcar.
ninīṣā

(H1) ninīṣā [p= 549,1] [L=108653] ( fr. Desid. of √1. nī), desire of bringing or carrying or taking away MBh.
nirdidhārayiṣā

(H1) nir-didhārayiṣā [p= 555,2] [L=109636] f. ( fr. Desid. of Caus. of nir- √dhṛ) desire of investigating or ascertaining ṠBr. Sch.
nirmimitsā

(H3) nir-° mimitsā [p= 556,2] [L=109791] (!) f. desire of creating Yogas. Sch.
nivṛttalaulya

(H4) ni-° vṛtta---laulya [p= 560,2] [L=110411] mfn. whose desire is averted from, not desirous of (comp.) Ragh.
niścikramiṣā

(H1) niś-cikramiṣā [p= 1329,3] [L=110625.1] f. (fr. Desid. of niṣ √kram) desire to escape, Bcar.
naiṣkāmya

(H3) naiṣ--kāmya [p= 570,2] [L=112485] n. suppression of desire, profound contemplation MWB. 128.
nyer

(H1) nyer [p= 573,2] [L=113034]
(ny-a- √īr, only pf. Ā. nye*rire), to direct or address (a wish or desire) to (loc.) R. ;

to appoint as (acc.) ib. (cf. nī*r) .

parasvehā

(H4) para--° sve* hā [p= 587,2] [L=116309] f. desire of another's property
pareṣṭukā

(H3) pare* ṣṭukā a [p= 588,1] [L=116415] f. "highest desire (?)", a cow which has often calved L.
(H1) pareṣṭukā b [p= 606,1] [L=119442.1] f. a cow which has often calved L.
parijihīrṣā

(H1) pari-jihīrṣā [p= 594,2] [L=117489] f. ( √ hṛ Desid.) desire of avoiding or removing Kād.
parinirvivapsā

(H3) pari-nirvivapsā [p= 596,2] [L=117826] f. ( fr. Desid.) desire of giving, liberality.
paripipālayiṣā

(H3) pari-pipālayiṣā [p= 597,1] [L=117934] f. ( fr. Desid. of Caus. ) desire of protecting or sustaining or preserving Ṡaṃk.
parimitecchatā

(H4) pari-mi° te* cchatā [p= 599,1] [L=118250.45] f. moderation in desire MW.
parilaṣ

(H1) pari- √ laṣ [p= 600,1] [L=118420] P. -laṣati, to desire, long for BhP.
paryāp

(H1) pary- √ āp [p= 608,1] [L=119785]
P. -āpnoti (Impv. -āpnuhi ; pf. -āpa), to reach, obtain, attain, gain RV. ; TS. ; ṠBr. ;

to make an end of, be content MBh. : Caus. -āpayati (ind.p. -āpya), to perform, do Rājat. : Desid. parī*psati, to wish to obtain or reach, desire Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to wish to preserve, guard MBh. ;

to wish to get at, lie in wait or ambush ib.

parīpsā

(H2) parī* psā [p= 608,1] [L=119786] f. ( fr. Desid.) desire of obtaining or preserving MBh.
[p= 608,1] [L=119787] haste, hurry Pāṇ. 3-4, 52.
pitūya

(H2) pitūya [p= 626,2] [L=123985] Nom. P. °yati ( only p. gen. °yatas), to desire food RV.
piprīṣā

(H1) piprīṣā [p= 628,1] [L=124391] f. ( √ prī Desid.) desire of pleasing or showing kindness R. ; Var. ; Car.
putraiṣaṇā

(H3) putrai* ṣaṇā [p= 633,1] [L=125600] f. desire or longing for a son ṠBr.
putrīyā

(H2) putrīyā [p= 633,2] [L=125641] f. the desire of or wish for a son Pāṇ. 3- 102 Sch.
punaḥprepsā

(H3) punaḥ--pre* psā [p= 634,1] [L=125825] f. desire of obtaining again Kathās.
pupūṣā

(H2) pupūṣā [p= 634,2] [L=125860] f. the wish or desire to cleanse or purify ib.
puruṣārtha

(H3) puruṣā* rtha [p= 637,3] [L=126586] m. any object of human pursuit
[p= 637,3] [L=126587] any one of the four objects or aims of existence ( viz. kāma, the gratification of desire ; artha, acquirement of wealth ; dharma, discharge of duty ; mokṣa, final emancipation ) Mn. ; Prab. ; Kap. ( -tva n. ) Sāṃkhyak. &c.
[p= 637,3] [L=126588] human effort or exertion MBh. ; R. &c.
prakāṅkṣ

(H1) pra- √ kāṅkṣ [p= 653,1] [L=129814]
P. -kāṅkṣati, to wish for, desire Suṡr. ;

to watch, lie in wait, waylay MBh.

prakāṅkṣā

(H3) pra-° kāṅkṣā [p= 653,1] [L=129815] f. desire of food, appetite Car.
prakāma

(H1) pra-kāma [p= 653,1] [L=129821] m. joy, delight VS.
[p= 653,1] [L=129822] pl. objects of desire R.
(H1B) pra-kāma [p= 653,1] [L=129823] ibc. with delight, willingly, according to desire, sufficiently, very much, indeed MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
prakāmam

(H1C) pra-kāmam [p= 653,1] [L=129823.1] ind. with delight, willingly, according to desire, sufficiently, very much, indeed MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
prakāmatas

(H1C) pra-kāma---tas [p= 653,1] [L=129823.2] ind. with delight, willingly, according to desire, sufficiently, very much, indeed MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
prajākāma

(H3) prajā--kāma [p= 658,2] [L=130865] (°jā-) mfn. desirous of offspring AV. &c.
(H3B) prajā--kāma [p= 658,2] [L=130865.1] (°jā-) m. desire of offspring ML.
prajehā

(H3) praje* hā [p= 658,3] [L=130918] f. desire of offspring MBh.
praṇidhāna

(H3) pra-° ṇidhāna [p= 660,1] [L=131145] n. laying on, fixing, applying ( also pl.) Car. ; Suṡr.
[p= 660,1] [L=131146] access, entrance L.
[p= 660,1] [L=131147] exertion, endeavour SaddhP.
[p= 660,1] [L=131148] respectful conduct, attention, paid to (loc.) MBh.
[p= 660,1] [L=131149] profound religious meditation, abstract contemplation of (comp.) Ragh. ; Kathās. ; Vedāntas.
[p= 660,1] [L=131150] vehement desire Lalit.
[p= 660,1] [L=131151] vow ib.
[p= 660,1] [L=131152] prayer (threefold) Dharmas. 112.
praṇī

(H1) pra-ṇī a [p= 660,2] [L=131199]
( √nī) P. Ā. -ṇayati, °te to lead forwards, conduct, advance, promote, further RV. &c. ;

to bring or lead to, convey (esp. the sacrificial fire or water or soma to its place at the altar) ib. ;

to offer, present Bhaṭṭ. ;

to produce, perform, execute, finish Up. ; MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to do away with, remove, dispel MBh. ;

to manifest affection, love, desire MBh. ;

to show, represent (a drama) Bālar. ; Prasannar. ;

to inflict (as punishment) Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to apply (as a clyster) Car. ;

to establish, fix, institute, promulgate, teach MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to write, compose Sarvad. ;

(Ā.) to draw in (the breath) ṠBr. : Desid. -ninīṣati (!), to wish to lead or conduct RV.

(H2) pra-ṇī b [p= 660,3] [L=131264] m. a leader or guide TBr.
(H2B) pra-ṇī [p= 660,3] [L=131265] f. guidance, furtherance, devotion (?) RV. iii, 38, 2.
praṇaya

(H1) pra-ṇaya a [p= 659,3] [L=131107] °yana &c. See pra-ṇī.
(H2) pra-ṇaya b [p= 660,2] [L=131200] m. a leader Pāṇ. 3-1, 142 (jyotiṣām Nir. ii, 14 )
[p= 660,2] [L=131201] guidance, conduct MBh.
[p= 660,2] [L=131202] manifestation, display Mṛcch.
[p= 660,2] [L=131203] setting forth (an argument) Jātakam.
[p= 660,2] [L=131204] affection, confidence in (loc.), love, attachment, friendship, favour (ibc. ; °yāt ind., °yena ind. and °yo*pe*tam ind. confidentially, affectionately, openly, frankly ) MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 660,2] [L=131205] desire, longing for (loc. ; anyathā, "for something else") ib.
[p= 660,2] [L=131206] an entreaty, request, solicitation R. ; Vikr.
[p= 660,2] [L=131207] reverence, obeisance L.
[p= 660,2] [L=131208] final beatitude L.
praṇayitā

(H4) pra-° ṇa° yi-tā [p= 660,3] [L=131256] f. attachment or devotion to, desire or longing for (gen. loc. or comp.) Kāv.
pratikāma

(H3) prati--kāma [p= 661,3] [L=131412] mfn. being according to wish or desire, desired, beloved AV.
pratikāmin

(H3) prati--kāmin [p= 661,3] [L=131414] mfn. contrary to desire, disagreeable ṠāṅkhBr.
praticikīrṣā

(H3) prati-° cikīrṣā [p= 664,3] [L=132167] f. wish to requite, desire to be revenged upon (acc. or loc.) MBh. ; BhP.
pratipitsā

(H2) prati-pitsā a [p= 667,2] [L=132593] f. ( fr. Desid.) desire of obtaining, striving after (comp.) Ṡaṃk.
(H1) prati-pitsā b [p= 667,3] [L=132621] -pitsu, -pipādayiṣā, -pipādayiṣu See col.2.
pratipipādayiṣā

(H3) prati-° pipādayiṣā [p= 667,2] [L=132596] f. desire of setting forth or discussing or treating of (acc.) Kāvyād. Sch.
pratividhitsā

(H3) prati-° vidhitsā [p= 670,2] [L=133079] f. ( fr. Desid.) desire or intention to counteract Kathās.
pratihary

(H1) prati- √ hary [p= 673,1] [L=133509]
P. Ā. -haryati, °te, to desire, love, accept gladly, long for RV. ; AV. ;

to despise, reject AV.

praditsā

(H3) pra-° ditsā [p= 679,3] [L=134685] f. ( fr. Desid.) desire to give Jātakam.
pramad

(H1) pra- √ mad a [p= 685,2] [L=135711]
( or mand) P. ( rarely Ā.) -madati, -mandati, -mādyati (°te), to enjoy one's self, be joyous, sport, play RV. ;

to be careless or negligent, to be indifferent to or heedless about (abl. or loc.) RV. &c. ;

to neglect duty for, idle away time in (loc.) Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to be thrown into confusion MBh. : Caus. P. -mādayati, to gladden, delight Bālar. ;

Ā. -mādayate, to enjoy, indulge in RV.

(H3) pra-° mad b [p= 685,2] [L=135725] (or pra-mad) f. lust, desire VS. ; AV.
pramadana

(H3) pra-° madana [p= 685,2] [L=135739] n. amorous desire Kauṡ.
[p= 685,2] [L=135740] a pleasure-grove MānGṛ.
pralobha

(H2) pra-lobha [p= 690,1] [L=136645] m. allurement, seduction Pañcat. ; BhP.
[p= 690,1] [L=136646] desire, cupidity W.
pravāhikā

(H3B) pra-° vāhikā [p= 691,2] [L=136879] f. a sudden desire to evacuate, diarrhoea Suṡr. ( °ikā ind. g. svar-ādi) .
(H3C) pra-° vāhikā [p= 691,2] [L=136879.1] ind., Seepravāhikā 136879, g. svar-ādi
pravāhaṇa

(H3) pra-° vāhaṇa [p= 691,2] [L=136880] mfn. carrying off or away VS.
(H3B) pra-° vāhaṇa [p= 691,2] [L=136881] m. N. of a man ṠBr. ; ChUp.
(H3B) pra-° vāhaṇa [p= 691,2] [L=136883] n. driving forth, protrusion ib.
(H3B) pra-° vāhaṇa [p= 691,2] [L=136884] n. evacuation (esp. if from sudden desire) ib. Car.
praśasti

(H3) pra° śasti [p= 695,1] [L=137478] f. (pra-) praise, fame, glorification RV. ; Uttarar. ; Daṡar. &c. (°tiṁ √ dhā, to bestow praise upon, value highly [ with loc.] RV. )
[p= 695,1] [L=137478.05] liking, desire (as of food) RV.
[p= 695,1] [L=137478.10] (in dram.) a benediction (praying for peace &c. in the reign of a prince) Sāh.
[p= 695,1] [L=137478.15] instruction, guidance, warning RV.
[p= 695,1] [L=137478.20] an edict Vcar. ; Bālar.
[p= 695,1] [L=137478.25] (metrical) eulogistic inscription Ml.
[p= 695,1] [L=137478.30] excellence, eminence W.
[p= 695,1] [L=137478.35] N. of a guide to letter-writing Cat. ( also °tikā)
prāṇaparīpsā

(H3) prā* ṇa--parī* psā [p= 705,2] [L=139593] f. desire of saving life MW.
prāṇāntika

(H3) prā* ṇā* ntika [p= 706,1] [L=139697] mf (ī) n. destructive or dangerous to life, fatal, mortal, capital (as punishment) Mn. ; MBh. &c.
[p= 706,1] [L=139698] life-long Gaut. ; Pañcat. (B. ; am ind. )
[p= 706,1] [L=139699] desperate, vehement (as love, desire &c. ) Kathās.
(H3B) prā* ṇā* ntika [p= 706,1] [L=139700] n. danger to life MBh.
prārth

(H1) prā* rth [p= 708,3] [L=140222]
(pra- √arth) Ā. prā*rthayate ( ep. also P. °ti and pr. p. °yāna), to wish or long for, desire (acc.) KaṭhUp. ; MBh. &c. ;

to ask a person (acc.) for (acc. or loc.) or ask anything (acc.) from (abl.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to wish to or ask a person to (inf.) ib. ;

to demand in marriage, woo Ratnāv. ;

to look for, search Bhaṭṭ. ;

to have recourse to (acc.) Kathās. ;

to seize or fall upon, attack, assail Ragh. ; Kir.

prārthana

(H3) prā* rthana [p= 708,3] [L=140226] n. wish, desire, request, entreaty, solicitation, petition or suit for (loc. or comp.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
prārthanāsiddhi

(H4) prā* rthanā---siddhi [p= 708,3] [L=140234] f. accomplishment of a desire Ragh.
prārthayitavya

(H3) prā* rthayitavya [p= 708,3] [L=140238] mfn. worthy of desire, desirable Kālid.
prārthita

(H3) prā* rthita [p= 708,3] [L=140241] mfn. wished for, desired, wanted MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 708,3] [L=140242] requested, solicited ib.
[p= 708,3] [L=140243] attacked, assailed Ragh.
[p= 708,3] [L=140244] obstructed, besieged L.
[p= 708,3] [L=140245] killed, hurt L.
(H3B) prā* rthita [p= 708,3] [L=140246] n. wish, desire R. ; Ragh.
prāśā

(H1) prā* śā [p= 709,2] [L=140356] (pra-āśā) f. ardent desire or longing for TāṇḍBr. ; Mālatīm.
priyakāmyā

(H3B) priya--kāmyā [p= 710,1] [L=140470] f. the desire of showing kindness to (gen.) MBh.
priyacikīrṣā

(H3) priya--cikīrṣā [p= 710,1] [L=140495] f. the desire of doing a kindness to (gen.) MBh.
prepsā

(H1) pre* psā [p= 712,3] [L=141061] f. ( fr. Desid. of pra- √āp) wish to obtain, desire, longing for Nir. vii, 17
[p= 712,3] [L=141062] supposition, assumption ib. vi, 32.
phalakāma

(H3) phala--kāma [p= 716,3] [L=141749] m. desire of reward Jaim.
phalakāmanā

(H3) phala--kāmanā [p= 716,3] [L=141750] f. desire of a result or consequence W.
phalepsā

(H3) pha--° le* psā [p= 1331,1] [L=141942.1] f. desire of future reward, ib.
balavat

(H3) bala--vat [p= 723,1] [L=143180] mfn. (bala-) possessing power, powerful, mighty, strong, intense VS. &c.
[p= 723,1] [L=143180.05] vehement (as love, desire &c. ) MBh.
[p= 723,1] [L=143180.10] dense (as darkness) Mṛcch.
[p= 723,1] [L=143180.15] preponderating, prevailing ( also with abl., "over") VPrāt.
[p= 723,1] [L=143180.20] accompanied by an army Inscr.
(H3B) bala--vat [p= 723,1] [L=143180.25] ind. powerfully, strongly, vehemently, much, well ṠBr. &c.
(H3B) bala--vat [p= 723,1] [L=143180.30] m. N. of the 8th muhūrta Var.
bibhakṣayiṣā

(H1) bibhakṣayiṣā [p= 731,3] [L=145209] f. ( fr. Desid. of √ bhaj) a desire of eating or enjoying Nyāyam.
bibhitsā

(H1) bibhitsā [p= 731,3] [L=145213] f. ( fr. Desid. of √ bhid) a desire to break through or destroy or pierce or penetrate ( with acc. or gen.) . MBh. ; Kād. (cf. Siddh. on Pāṇ. 2-3, 66 )
budh

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 21.11
Whitney Roots links: budh
(H1) budh 1 [p= 733,2] [p= 733,1] [L=145569]
cl.1 P. Ā. ( Dhātup. xxi, 11 ) bo*dhati, °te ;

cl.4 Ā. xxvi, 63 budhyate ( ep. also P. °ti ; pf. P. bubodha MBh. ; Subj. bubodhati RV. ; Ā. bubudhe, p. bubudhāna ib. ; aor. P. Subj. bodhiṣat ib. ; Impv. bodhi ib. ; Ā. 3 pl. abudhram, °ran ; p. budhāna ib. Subj. budhanta ib. ; °abhutsi ib. ; Prec. Ā. bhutsīṣṭa Pāṇ. 1-2, 11 Sch. ; fut. bhotsyati, °te Br. &c. ; boddhā Gr. ; ind.p. buddhvā Yājñ. ; MBh. ; -budhya Br. &c. ; inf. budhe Br. ; budhi RV. ; boddhum MBh. &c. ), to wake, wake up, be awake RV. &c. ;

to recover consciousness (after a swoon) Kāvyād. ; Bhaṭṭ. (aor. Pass. abodhi) ;

to observe, heed, attend to ( with acc. or gen.) RV. ;

to perceive, notice, learn, understand, become or be aware of or acquainted with RV. &c. ;

to think of i.e. present a person ("with" instr.) RV. iv, 15, 7 ; vii, 21, I ;

to know to be, recognize as ( with two acc.) MBh. ; R. &c. ;

to deem, consider or regard as ( with two acc.) R. ; Kathās. : Pass. budhyate (aor. abodhi), to be awakened or restored to consciousness ;

See above: Caus. bodhayati, °te (aor. abūbudhat ; Pass. bodhyate), to wake up, arouse, restore to life or consciousness RV. &c. ;

to revive the scent (of a perfume) VarBṛS. ;

to cause (a flower) to expand Kāv. ;

to cause to observe or attend, admonish, advise RV. &c. ;

to make a person acquainted with, remind or inform of. impart or communicate anything to ( with two acc.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c. : Desid. bubhutsati, °te (Gr. also bubodhiṣati, °te, and bubudhiṣati, °te), to wish to observe, desire to become acquainted with Nyāyas. ; BhP. : Desid. of Caus. See bibodhayiṣu and bubodhayiṣu: Intens. bobudhīti (Gr. also bobudhyate, boboddhi), to have an insight into, understand thoroughly ( with acc.) Subh. [ cf. Zd. bud ; Gk. πυθ for (φυθ) in πυνθάνομαι, πυθέσθαι, Slav. bŭdĕti, bŭdrŭ ; Lith. budéti, budrús ; Goth. biudan ; Germ. biotan, bieten ; Angl.Sax. béodan ; Eng. bid. ]

(H2) budh 2 [p= 734,1] [L=145736] mfn. (nom. bhut) awaking (cf. uṣarbudh)
[p= 734,1] [L=145737] intelligent, wise (cf. a-budh) .
bubhutsā

(H2) bubhutsā a [p= 734,2] [L=145782] f. ( fr. Desid.) desire to know, curiosity about (acc. or comp.) BhP. ; Yājñ. Sch.
(H1) bubhutsā b [p= 735,1] [L=145984] &c. See [p= 734,2].
bubhukṣā

(H1) bubhukṣā [p= 735,1] [L=145977] f. ( fr. Desid. of √3. bhuj) desire of enjoying anything MBh.
[p= 735,1] [L=145978] wish to eat, appetise, hunger R. ; Var. &c.
bubhūrṣā

(H1) bubhūrṣā [p= 735,1] [L=145985] f. ( fr. Desid. of √ bhṛ) desire of supporting (gen.) Āpast.
bubhūṣā

(H3) bubhū° ṣā [p= 735,1] [p= 735,2] [L=145987.1] f. desire of being or living ṠāṅkhBr. ; BhP.
brahmajijñāsā

(H3) brahma--jijñāsā [p= 738,3] [L=146692] f. the desire of knowing brahma Bādar. (cf. IW. 104 ) .
bhaktacchanda

(H3) bhakta--cchanda [p= 743,1] [L=147618] m. desire of food, hunger, appetite Suṡr.
bhartṛdarśanakāṅkṣā

(H4) bhartṛ--darśana---kāṅkṣā [p= 748,1] [L=148815] f. desire of seeing a husband Ml.
bhās

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 16.23
Whitney Roots links: bhās
(H1) bhās 1 [p= 756,1] [p= 755,3] [L=150552]
cl.1 Ā. ( Dhātup. xvi, 23 ) bhāsate ( in older language also P. bhāsati AV. &c. ; p. bhāsat RV. ; pf. babhāse MBh. ; aor. abhāsiṣṭa Gr. ; fut. bhāsiṣyate, bhāsitā ib.), to shine, be bright RV. &c. ;

to appear ("as" or "like" nom. or instr. of an abstract noun ), occur to the mind, be conceived or imagined, become clear or evident Sāh. ; Vedāntas. &c. : Caus. bhāsayati, °te (aor. ababhāsat and abībhasat Pāṇ. 7-4, 3 ), to make shine, illuminate Up. ; MBh. &c. ;

to show, make evident, cause to appear ("by way of." instr. of an abstract noun ) Bhaṭṭ. ; Cat. Desid. bibhāsiṣate Gr.: Intens. bābhāsyate, bābhāsti ib. (cf. √ bhā, of which √ bhās is a secondary form ) .

(H2) bhās 2 [p= 756,1] [L=150553] nf. (cf. 2. bhā) light or ray of light, lustre, brightness RV. &c. (bhāsāṁ nidhi [ Prasaṅg. ] and bhāsām pati [ Hcat. ] m. "receptacle or lord of rays of light", the sun)
[p= 756,1] [L=150554] an image, reflection shadow MW.
[p= 756,1] [L=150555] glory, splendour, majesty L.
[p= 756,1] [L=150556] wish, desire L.
bhikṣ

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 16.5
Whitney Roots links: bhikṣ
(H1) bhikṣ [p= 756,2] [L=150663]
( fr. Desid. of √ bhaj lit. "to wish to, share or partake"), cl.1. Ā. ( Dhātup. xvi, 5 ) bhikṣate ( ep. also P. °ti ; pf. bibhikṣe Br. &c. ; aor., abhikṣiṣṭa Gr. ; fut. bhikṣiṣyate MBh. ; inf. bhikṣitum ib.), to wish for, desire (acc. or gen.) RV. &c. ;

to beg anything (esp. alms) from ( two acc. or acc. of thing and abl. of pers.) VS. &c. ;

to be weary or distressed (?) L. : Caus. bhikṣayati, to cause to beg Rājat.

bhūmīcchā

(H3) bhūmī* cchā [p= 763,2] [L=152254] f. desire for lying on the ground Sāh.
bhūyaśchandika

(H3) bhūyaś--chandika [p= 763,3] [L=152296] mfn. having a great desire for anything.
bhogatṛṣṇā

(H3) bhoga--tṛṣṇā [p= 767,2] [L=153135] f. desire of worldly enjoyments Ragh.
[p= 767,2] [L=153136] selfish enjoyments, Mālatīm.
maṅgalopepsā

(H3) maṅgalo* pe* psā [p= 773,1] [L=154274] f. the desire for prosperity or happiness ṠBr.
maṇṭh

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 8.10
(H1) maṇṭh [p= 775,2] [L=154850] cl.1 Ā. maṇṭhate, to long for, desire eagerly Dhātup. viii, 10.
matta

(H1) matta a [p= 776,2] [L=155068] &c. See [p= 777,3].
(H2) matta b [p= 777,3] [L=155289] mfn. excited with joy, overjoyed, delighted, drunk, intoxicated (lit. and fig.) AV. &c.
[p= 777,3] [L=155290] excited by sexual passion or desire, in rut, ruttish (as an elephant) MBh. ; R. &c.
[p= 777,3] [L=155291] furious, mad, insane ib.
(H2B) matta [p= 777,3] [L=155292] m. a buffalo L.
(H2B) matta [p= 777,3] [L=155293] m. the Indian cuckoo L.
(H2B) matta [p= 777,3] [L=155294] m. a drunkard L.
(H2B) matta [p= 777,3] [L=155295] m. a ruttish or furious elephant L.
(H2B) matta [p= 777,3] [L=155296] m. a madman L.
(H2B) matta [p= 777,3] [L=155297] m. a thorn-apple L.
(H2B) matta [p= 777,3] [L=155298] m. N. of a rākṣasa R.
madā

(H2B) madā [p= 777,3] [L=155335] f. sexual desire or enjoyment, wantonness, lust, ruttishness, rut (esp. of an elephant) MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
(H2B) madā [p= 777,3] [L=155336] f., pride, arrogance, presumption, conceit of or about (gen. or comp.) ib.
(H2B) madā [p= 777,3] [L=155337] f. any exhilarating or intoxicating drink, spirituous liquor, wine, soma RV. &c. ,
(H2B) madā [p= 777,3] [L=155338] f. honey Ragh.
(H2B) madā [p= 777,3] [L=155339] f. the fluid or juice that exudes from a rutting elephant's temples MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
(H2B) madā [p= 777,3] [L=155340] f. semen virile L.
(H2B) madā [p= 777,3] [L=155341] f. musk L.
(H2B) madā [p= 777,3] [L=155342] f. any beautiful object L.
(H2B) madā [p= 777,3] [L=155343] f. a river L.
(H2B) madā [p= 777,3] [L=155344] f. N. of the 7th astrol. mansion Var.
(H2B) madā [p= 777,3] [L=155345] f. Intoxication or Insanity personified (as a monster created by cyavana) MBh.
(H2B) madā [p= 777,3] [L=155346] f. N. of a son of brahmā VP.
(H2B) madā [p= 777,3] [L=155347] f. of a dānava Hariv.
(H2B) madā [p= 777,3] [L=155348] f. of a servant of śiva BhP.
madanāśaya

(H3) madanā* śaya [p= 778,3] [L=155581] m. sexual desire VarBṛS.
mati

(H1) mati a [p= 776,2] [L=155049] &c. See [p= 783,2].
(H2) mati b [p= 783,2] [L=156670] f. ( in ṠBr. also mati) devotion, prayer, worship, hymn, sacred utterance RV. ; VS.
[p= 783,2] [L=156670.1] thought, design, intention, resolution, determination, inclination, wish, desire ( with loc. dat. or inf.) RV. &c. ( matyā ind. wittingly, knowingly, purposely ; matiṁ √ kṛ or dhā or dhṛ or ā- √dhā or samā- √dhā or ā- √sthā or sam-ā- √sthā, with loc. dat. acc. with prati, or artham ifc., to set the heart on, make up one's mind, resolve, determine ; matim with Caus. of ni- √vṛt and abl. of a verbal noun, to give up the idea of ; āhita-mati ifc. -having resolved upon ; vinivṛtta-mati with abl. = having desisted from )
[p= 783,2] [L=156670.2] opinion, notion, idea, belief, conviction, view, creed ṠrS. ; Mn. ; MBh. &c. ( matyā ind. at will ; ifc., "under the idea of" e.g. vyāghra-m°, "under the idea of its being a tiger")
[p= 783,2] [L=156670.3] the mind, perception, understanding, intelligence, sense, judgement ṠBr. &c. &c. ( in RV. also "that which is sensible", intelligent, mindful, applied to aditi, indra and agni)
[p= 783,2] [L=156670.4] esteem, respect, regard Kir.
[p= 783,2] [L=156670.5] memory, remembrance L.
[p= 783,2] [L=156670.6] Opinion personified (and identified with subalātmajā as one of the mothers of the five sons of pāṇḍu, or regarded as a daughter of dakṣa and wife of soma, or as the wife of viveka) MBh. ; Hariv. ; Prab.
[p= 783,2] [L=156670.7] a kind of vegetable or pot-herb L.
(H2B) mati [p= 783,2] [L=156670.8] m. N. of a king Buddh. [ cf. Lat. mens ; Angl.Sax. ge-mynd ; Eng. mind. ]
manaḥsaṁkalpa

(H3) manaḥ--saṁkalpa [p= 783,3] [L=156744] m. desire of the heart R.
manas

(H2) manas [p= 783,3] [L=156776] n. mind (in its widest sense as applied to all the mental powers), intellect, intelligence, understanding, perception, sense, conscience, will RV. &c. &c. ( in phil. the internal organ or antaḥ-karaṇa of perception and cognition, the faculty or instrument through which thoughts enter or by which objects of sense affect the soul IW. 53 ; in this sense manas is always regarded as distinct from ātman and puruṣa, "spirit or soul" and belonging only to the body, like which it is - except in the nyāya - considered perishable ; as to its position in the various systems See for nyāya and vaiśeṣika IW. 63 ; 67 ; 76 , for sāṁkhya and vedā* nta ib. 84 ; 109 ; 117 ; in RV. it is sometimes joined with hṛd or hṛdaya, the heart Mn. vii, 6 with cakṣus, the eye )
[p= 783,3] [L=156777] the spirit or spiritual principle, the breath or living soul which escapes from the body at death ( called asu in animals ; cf. above ) ib.
[p= 784,1] [p= 783,3] [L=156778] thought, imagination, excogitation, invention, reflection, opinion, intention, inclination, affection, desire, mood, temper, spirit ib. (ifc. after a verbal noun or an inf. stem in °tu = having a mind or wishing to ; cf. draṣṭu-m° &c. ; manaḥ √ kṛ, to make up one's mind ; with gen., to feel inclination for ; manaḥ √ kṛ, pra- √kṛ, √ dhā, vi- √ dhā, √ dhṛ, √ bandh and Caus. of ni- √viś with loc. dat. acc. with prati, or inf., to direct the mind or thoughts towards, think of or upon ; manaḥ with sam-ā- √dhā, to recover the senses, collect one's self ; with √ han See mano-hatya ; manasā ind. in the mind ; in thought or imagination ; with all the heart, willingly ; with gen., by the leave of ; with iva = °se*va, as with a thought, in a moment ; with √ man, to think in one's mind, be willing or inclined ; with saṁ- √gam, to become unanimous, agree ; manasi with √ kṛ, to bear or ponder in the mind, meditate on, remember ; with ni- √dhā, to impress on the mind, consider ; with √ vṛt, to be passing in one's mind )
[p= 784,1] [L=156779] N. of the 26th kalpa (s.v.) Cat.
[p= 784,1] [L=156780] of the lake mānasa BhP.
[p= 784,1] [L=156781] manaso dohaḥ N. of a sāman ĀrshBr. [ cf. Gk. μένος ; Lat. miner-va. ]
manīṣā

(H2) manīṣā a [p= 784,2] [L=156855] f. thought, reflection, consideration, wisdom, intelligence, conception, idea (paro manīṣayā, beyond all conception ) RV. &c.
[p= 784,2] [L=156856] prayer, hymn RV.
[p= 784,2] [L=156857] desire, wish, request ib.
(H1) manīṣā b [p= 787,1] [L=157534] &c. See [p= 784,2].
manīṣita

(H2) manīṣita [p= 784,2] [L=156862] mfn. desired, wished MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
(H2B) manīṣita [p= 784,2] [L=156863] n. wish, desire ib. (cf. yathā.m°) .
manogata

(H3) mano--gata a [p= 785,1] [L=156993] mfn. "mind-gone", existing or passing or concealed in the mind or heart MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
(H3B) mano--gata [p= 785,1] [L=156994] n. thought, opinion, notion, idea, wish, desire ib.
(H1) mano-gata b [p= 787,1] [L=157537] &c. See [p= 785,1].
manogati

(H3) mano--gati [p= 785,1] [L=156995] f. "heart's course", wish, desire MBh.
(H3B) mano--gati [p= 785,1] [L=156996] mfn. going where one will R.
manogavī

(H3) mano--gavī [p= 785,1] [L=156998] f. wish, desire L.
manobhiprāya

(H3) mano--'bhiprā* ya [p= 785,2] [L=157084] m. heart's desire
manobhilāṣa

(H3) mano--'-bhilāṣa [p= 785,2] [L=157089] m. the heart's desire or wish MW.
manoratha

(H3) mano--ratha a [p= 785,2] [L=157105] m. (ifc. f (ā) .) "heart's joy" (See 2. ratha), a wish, desire (also = desired object) MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 785,2] [L=157106] fancy, illusion Ṡaṃk.
[p= 785,2] [L=157107] (in dram.) a wish expressed in an indirect manner, hint Sāh.
[p= 785,2] [L=157108] the heart compared to a car (See 1. ratha) R.
[p= 785,2] [L=157109] N. of a teacher Buddh.
[p= 785,2] [L=157110] of a poet Cat.
[p= 785,2] [L=157111] of various men Rājat.
(H3) mano--ratha b [p= 1331,2] [L=157111.1] accord. to some orig. Prakrit for mano'rtha, "heart-matter"
manorathakusuma

(H4) mano--ratha---kusuma [p= 785,2] [L=157113] n. wish or desire compared to a flower MW.
manorathāntara

(H4) mano--ra° thā* ntara [p= 785,2] [L=157128] m. "innermost desire", beloved object or person Mṛcch.
manovāñchita

(H3) mano--vāñchita [p= 785,3] [L=157163] n. heart'swish, the mind's desire ib.
manmaśas

(H3) manma--śas [p= 786,3] [L=157482] ind. each according to his heart's desire RV.
manmatha

(H1) manmatha [p= 788,3] [L=157922] m. ( either an Intens. form fr. √ math, or fr. man = manas + matha, "agitating" ; cf. mandeha and mandhātṛ) love or the god of love, amorous passion or desire (ifc. f (ā) .) MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 788,3] [L=157923] Feronia Elephantum L.
[p= 788,3] [L=157924] the 29th (3rd) year in a 60 years' cycle of Jupiter VarBṛS.
[p= 788,3] [L=157925] N. of a physician and various other men Cat.
mahāratha

(H3) mahā--ratha [p= 799,2] [L=160545] m. a great chariot MBh. ; R.
[p= 799,2] [L=160546] a great warrior ( not a bahu-vrīhi comp., as shown by the accent ; cf. ratha, "a warrior") VS. ; TS. ; MBh. &c.
[p= 799,2] [L=160547] N. of a rākṣasa R.
[p= 799,2] [L=160548] of a son of viśvā-mitra R.
[p= 799,2] [L=160549] of a king MārkP. ; Buddh.
[p= 799,2] [L=160550] of a minister Rājat.
[p= 799,2] [L=160551] desire, longing L. (cf. mano-ratha)
(H3B) mahā--ratha [p= 799,2] [L=160552] mfn. possessing great chariots Hariv.
māṁsāśā

(H3) māṁsā* śā [p= 805,2] [L=161877] f. desire of flesh ṠBr. ; ĀpṠr.
māṅkṣ

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 17.18
(H1) māṅkṣ [p= 806,1] [L=162008] cl.1 P. māṅkṣati, to wish, long for, desire Dhātup. xvii, 18.
mātrīya

(H2) mātrīya [p= 808,1] [L=162443]
Nom. P. -yati, to consider or treat as a mother , VarYogay. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 10 ) ;

Ā. -yate, to desire a mother Pāṇ. 7-4. 27 Sch.

mālā

(H1B) mālā a [p= 813,2] [L=163602] f. See col.3
(H2) mālā b [p= 813,3] [L=163636] f. a wreath, garland, crown GṛṠrS. ; MBh. &c.
[p= 813,3] [L=163637] a string of beads, necklace, rosary. Kāv. ; Pañcat. (cf. akṣa- and ratna-m°)
[p= 813,3] [L=163638] a row, line, streak MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 813,3] [L=163639] a series, regular succession ( with nāmnām, a collection of words arrayed in a series, a vocabulary, dictionary ; cf. nāma-m°)
[p= 813,3] [L=163640] a kind of krama-pātha (cf. krama-mālā)
[p= 813,3] [L=163641] N. of various metres Col.
[p= 813,3] [L=163642] ( in rhet.) a series of epithets or similes W.
[p= 813,3] [L=163643] (in dram.) a series of offerings for obtaining any object of desire ( Ṡak. iii, 17 ) Sāh.
[p= 813,3] [L=163644] (in astrol.) a partic. dala-yoga (q.v.) VarBṛS. Sch.
[p= 813,3] [L=163645] Trigonella Corniculata L.
[p= 813,3] [L=163646] N. of a river MBh.
[p= 813,3] [L=163647] of a glossary.
(H1) mālā c [p= 814,2] [L=163820] mālin See [p= 813,3].
mitrāya

(H2) mitrāya [p= 816,3] [L=164296] Nom. Ā. mitrāyate, (prob.) to desire or wish for friend (cf. next ) .
miṣṭāśā

(H3) miṣṭā* śā [p= 818,2] [L=164567] f. desire for delicacies MBh.
muc

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 28.136, 33.66, 6.12
Whitney Roots links: muc
(H1) muc 1 [p= 820,3] [L=165081] cl.1 Ā. mocate, to cheat Dhātup. vi, 12 ( = √ mac q.v.)
(H1) muc 2 [p= 820,3] [L=165082]
cl.6 P. Ā. ( Dhātup. xxviii, 136 ) muñcati, °te ( RV. also, mucanti, mucasva ; p. muñcāna MBh. ; pf., mumoca, mumuce, Ved., also, mumocat, mumocati, mumucas, mumoktu, amumuktam ; aor. amok AV. ; Impv. mogdhi TĀr. ; amauk Br. ; amucat AV. ; amukṣi, mukṣata RV. ; AV. ; Prec. mucīṣṭa RV. ; mukṣīya ib. ; fut., moktā, Kālid. ; mokṣyati, °te Br. &c. ; inf. moktum Br. &c. ; ind.p. muktvā ib., -mucya RV. , mokam, Br. ), to loose, let loose, free, let go, slacken, release, liberate ("from", abl. or -tas ; Ā. and Pass. with abl. or instr., rarely with gen. "to free one's self, get rid of, escape from") RV. &c. , &c. ( with kaṇṭham, to relax the throat i.e. raise a cry ; with raśmīn, to slacken the reins ; with prā*ṇān, to deprive of life, kill ) ;

to spare, let live R. ;

to set free, allow to depart, dismiss, despatch ("to", loc. or dat.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to relinquish, abandon, leave, quit, give up, set aside, depose ib. ( with kalevaram, deham, prā*ṇān or jīvitam, to quit the body or give up the ghost i.e. to die ) ;

to yield, grant, bestow Rājat. ; Campak. ;

to send forth, shed, emit, utter, discharge, throw, cast, hurl, shoot ("at or upon" loc. dat., or acc. with or without prati ; with abl. and ātmānam, to throw one's self down from ) Yājñ. ; MBh. ; R. &c. ;

(Ā.) to put on Bhaṭṭ. (Sch.) : Pass. mucyate ( or mucyate, ep. also °ti and fut. mokṣyati ; aor. amoci), to be loosed, to be set free or released RV. &c. ;

to deliver one's self from, to get rid of, escape (esp. from sin or the bonds of existence) Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to abstain from (abl.) Pañcat. ;

to be deprived or destitute of (instr.) MBh. : Caus. mocayati ( mc. also °te ; aor. amūmucat), to cause to loose or let go or give up or discharge or shed ( with two acc.) Megh. ; Bhaṭṭ. ;

to unloose, unyoke, unharness (horses) MBh. ; R. ;

to set free, liberate, absolve from (abl.) Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to redeem (a pledge) Yājñ. ;

to open (a road) Prab. ;

to give away, spend, bestow MārkP. ;

to gladden, delight, yield enjoyment Dhātup. xxxiii, 66 : Desid. of Caus. mumocayiṣati, to wish to deliver (from the bondage of existence) Ṡaṃk. (cf., mumocayiṣu) : Desid. mumukṣati, °te, (P.) to wish or be about to set free Pāṇ. 7-4, 57 Sch. ;

to be about to give up or relinquish (life) Kathās. ;

to wish or intend to cast or hurl Ragh. ;

(Ā.) to wish to free one's self Pāṇ. 7-4, 57 Sch. ;

to desire final liberation or beatitude RV. ; BhP. (cf. √ mokṣ) : Intens. momucyate or monokti Gr. ( [ cf. Gk. μύσσω, μῦκος, μυκτής ; Lat. mungo, mucus. ] )

(H2) muc 3 [p= 821,2] [L=165249] mfn. freeing or delivering from (See aṁho-m°)
[p= 821,2] [L=165250] letting go or letting fall, dropping, discharging, shooting, sending (See jala-, parṇa-, sāyaka-m° &c. )
(H2B) muc [p= 821,2] [L=165251] f. deliverance (See a-muc) .
mumukṣā

(H2) mumukṣā a [p= 821,2] [L=165257] f. ( fr. Desid.) desire of liberation from (abl.) or of final emancipation MBh. ; Kāv. ; Pur.
(H1) mumukṣā b [p= 823,2] [L=165689] °kṣu, mumucāna, °cu See [p= 821,2].
mumukṣutā

(H3) mumukṣu--tā [p= 821,2] [L=165264] f. ( Cat. ) desire of liberation or of final emancipation.
mumukṣutva

(H3) mumukṣu--tva [p= 821,2] [L=165265] n. ( Vedāntas. ) desire of liberation or of final emancipation.
mumūrṣā

(H1) mumūrṣā a [p= 823,2] [L=165691] shu. See [p= 827,2].
(H2) mumūrṣā b [p= 827,2] [L=166608] f. ( fr. Desid.) desire of death, impatience of life MBh. ; R. &c.
mṛg

(H1) mṛg [p= 828,2] [L=166791]
( rather Nom. fr. mṛga ; cf. √ mārg, mṛj) cl.4 P., 10 Ā. ( Dhātup. xxvi, 137 ; xxxv, 46 ) mṛgyati, mṛgayate ( mc. also P. °ti ; pr. p. mṛgayāṇa MBh. ), to chase, hunt, pursue RV. &c. ;

to seek, search for or through, investigate, examine MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to visit, frequent MBh. ;

to seek or strive after, aim at, endeavour to obtain (acc.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to desire or request or ask anything (acc.) from (abl., -tas, gen. with or without sakāśāt) Kathās.

mṛd

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(H1) mṛd 1 [p= 830,1] [L=167219]
(cf. √ mrad and mṛḍ) cl.9 P. mṛdnāti (cl.1. P. Ā. mardati, °te MBh. ; cf. Naigh. ii, 14 ; pf. P. mamarda, 3. pl. mamṛduh. or mamarduḥ Ā. mamṛde MBh. ; aor., amaradīt Gr. ; fut., mardiṣyati, °te ib. ; inf. marditum MBh. ; °tos Br. ; -mrade ib. ; ind.p., mriditvā Pāṇ. 1-2, 7 ; mṛdya Br. &c. ; -mardam Kāv. ), to press, squeeze, crush, pound, smash, trample down, tread upon, destroy, waste, ravage, kill, slay MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to rub, stroke, wipe (e.g. the forehead ) ib. ;

to rub into, mingle with (instr.) Suṡr. ;

to rub against, touch, pass through (a constellation) VarBṛS. ;

to overcome, surpass Bhaṭṭ. : Caus. mardayati ( mc. also °te ; aor. amīmridat or amamardat), to press or squeeze hard, crush, break, trample down, oppress, torment, plague, destroy, kill MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to rub Kāv. ; Kathās. ;

to cause to be trampled down KātyṠr. Sch. : Desid. mimardiṣati, to desire to crush or pound MBh. Intens. marmartti ( only Impv. °ttu RV. ii, 23, 6 ), to crush, grind down, destroy ;

marīmartti and marimṛdyate Gr. ( [ cf. Gk. ἀ-μαλδ-ύνω and under mṛdu. ] )

(H2) mṛd 2 [p= 830,2] [L=167259] f. earth, soil, clay, loam VS. &c. , &c.
[p= 830,2] [L=167260] a piece of earth, lump of clay Mn. v, 136
[p= 830,2] [L=167261] a kind of fragrant earth L.
[p= 830,2] [L=167262] aluminous slate L.
mokṣecchā

(H3) mokṣe* cchā [p= 835,1] [L=168382] f. desire of emancipation MBh.
yaj

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(H1) yaj 1 [p= 839,1] [p= 838,3] [L=169114]
cl.1 P. Ā. ( Dhātup. xxiii, 33 ) yajati, °te ( 1. sg. yajase RV. viii, 25, 1 ; Ved. Impv. yakṣi or °ṣva ; pf. iyāja MBh. ; īje RV. ; yeje [?] AV. cf. Kāṡ. on Pāṇ. 6-4, 120 ; Ved. aor. ayākṣīt or ayāṭ ; ayaṣṭa ; Subj. yakṣat, yakṣati, °te ; 3. sg. ayakṣata ĀṡvGṛ. ; Prec. ijyāt Pāṇ. 3-4, 104 ; yakṣīya MaitrS. ; fut. yaṣṭā Br. ; yakṣyati, °yate RV. &c. ; inf. yaṣṭum, ījitum MBh. ; Ved. °ṭave ; yajadhyai or yajadhyai ; p.p. iṣṭa ind.p. iṣṭvā AV. ; iṣṭvīnam Pāṇ. 7-1, 48 ; -ijya Gr. ; yājam AV. ), to worship, adore, honour (esp. with sacrifice or oblations) ;

to consecrate, hallow, offer ( with acc., rarely dat. loc. or prati, of the deity or person to whom ; dat. of the person for whom, or the thing for which ; and instr. of the means by which the sacrifice is performed ; in older language generally P. of agni or any other mediator, and Ā. of one who makes an offering on his own account cf. yaja-māna ; later properly P. when used with reference to the officiating priest, and Ā. when referring to the institutor of the sacrifice ) RV. &c. ;

to offer i.e. to present, grant, yield, bestow MBh. ; BhP. ;

(Ā.) to sacrifice with a view to (acc.) RV. ;

to invite to sacrifice by the yājyā verses ṠBr. ; ṠāṅkhṠr. : Pass. ijyate ( p. Ved. ijyamāna or yajyamāna Pat. on Pāṇ. 6-1, 108 ; ep. also pr. p. ijyat), to be sacrificed or worshipped MBh. ; Kāv. &c. : Caus. yājayati ( ep. also °te ; aor. ayīyajat), to assist any one (acc.) as a priest at a sacrifice (instr.) TS. ; Br. ;

to cause any one (acc.) to sacrifice anything (acc.) or by means of any one (instr.) MBh. ; R. : Desid. yiyakṣati, °te (cf. iyakṣati), to desire to sacrifice or worship MBh. ; R. : Intens. yāyajyate, yāyajīti, yāyaṣṭi Pāṇ. 7-4, 83 Sch. [cf. Zd. yaz ; Gk. ἁγνός, ἄγος ,ἅζομαι. ]

(H2) yaj 2 [p= 839,1] [L=169115] (ifc. ; cf. Pāṇ. 8-2, 36 ) sacrificing, worshipping, a sacrificer (See divi- and deva-yaj)
yathākāma

(H3) yathā--kāma [p= 841,3] [L=169663] mfn. (yathā-) conformable to desire ṠBr.
[p= 841,3] [L=169663.1] acting according to wish Hcat.
yathābhikāmam

(H3) yathā*° bhikāmam [p= 842,3] [L=169857] (°thā*bh°) ind. according to wish or desire BhP.
yathābhipretam

(H3C) yathā* --° bhipre* tam [p= 842,3] [L=169860.1] ind. (am) according to one's (gen.) desire or wish Lāṭy. ; Pañcat. &c.
yathābhimatam

(H4) yathā* --° bhimatam [p= 842,3] [L=169861.1] ind. (am) according to wish or will, at pleasure, wherever desire leads Pañcat. ; Hit. ; Kathās.
yatheccha

(H3) yathe* ccha [p= 843,3] [L=170074] mfn. agreeable to wish or desire Pañcar.
(H3B) yathe* ccha [p= 843,3] [L=170075] ibc. acc to wish, at will or pleasure, agreeably. (ib.)
yathepsitam

(H3C) yathe* psitam [p= 843,3] [L=170079] ind. according to wish or desire, agreeably, ad libitum ib.
yatkiṁcidapisaṁkalpa

(H4) yat--kiṁ° -cid-api-saṁkalpa [p= 844,3] [L=170197.2] m. desire for anything whatever Yogavās.
yabh

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(H1) yabh [p= 845,2] [L=170253] cl.1 P. ( Dhātup. xxiii, 11 ) yabhati ( or Ā. °te Vet. ; pf. yayābha Gr. ; aor. ayāpsīt ib. ; fut. -yapsyati TBr. ; inf. yabhitum BhP. , -yabdhum TBr. Sch. ), to have sexual intercourse, futuere AV. &c. &c. : Desid. yiyapsati, °te, to desire sexual intercourse ṠrS.
yaśaskāmya

(H3) yaśas--kāmya [p= 848,2] [L=170860] Nom. P. °yati, to desire honour or fame Bhaṭṭ.


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(H1B) yā a [p= 838,2] [L=168992] f. going, a car
(H1B) yā [p= 838,2] [L=168993] f. restraining, religious meditation
(H1B) yā [p= 838,2] [L=168994] f. attaining
(H1B) yā [p= 838,2] [L=168995] f. pudendum muliebre
(H1B) yā [p= 838,2] [L=168996] f. N. of lakṣmī.
(H1) yā 1 [p= 849,2] [p= 849,1] [L=171018]
( collateral form of √5. i) cl.2 P. ( Dhātup. xxiv, 41 ) yāti ( 1. pl. yāmahe MBh. ; impf. 3. pl. ayuḥ Br. ; ayān Pāṇ. 3-4, 111 Sch. ; pf. yayau, yayātha, yaya, yayuḥ RV. &c. ; yaye Kāv. ; aor. ayāsam or ayāsiṣam ; Subj. yāsat, yeṣam, yāsiṣat RV. ; Br. ; Prec. yāsiṣīṣṭhās Br. ; fut. yātā MBh. &c. ; yāsyati AV. ; °te MBh. ; inf. yātum MBh. &c. ; Ved. inf. yai, yātave or °vai ; ind.p. yātvā Br. &c. ; -yāya, -yāyam ib.), to go, proceed, move, walk, set out, march, advance, travel, journey ( often with instr. or acc. of the way, esp. with gatim, mārgam, adhvānam, panthānam, padavīm, yātrām) RV. &c. ;

to go away, withdraw, retire MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

( also with palā*yya) to flee, escape R. ; Kathās. ( with kṣemeṇa or svasti, to escape unscathed Pañcat. ; BhP. ) ;

to go towards or against, go or come to, enter, approach, arrive at, reach RV. &c. &c. ( with acc. often followed by prati e.g. with gṛham, to enter a house ; with ripum prati, to march against the enemy ; with mṛgayām, to go out hunting ; with śirasāmahīm, to bow down to the ground with the head ; with prakṛtim, to return to one's natural state ; with karṇau, to come to the ears, be heard ; with utsavād utsavam, to go from one festival to another ; with hastam ifc., to fall into the hands of ; with patham or gocaram ifc., to come within range of ; esp. with the acc. of an abstract noun = to go to any state or condition, become, be e.g. vināśaṁ yāti, he goes to destruction i.e. he is destroyed ; kāṭhinyaṁ yāti, it becomes hard ; dveṣyatāṁ yāti, he becomes hated ; similarly nidhanaṁ- √yā, to die ; nidrāṁ- √yā, to fall asleep ; udayaṁ- √yā, to rise, said of stars &c. ; sometimes also with loc. e.g. yāhi rājñah sakāśe, go into the presence of the king R. ; or even with dat. e.g. yayatuḥ sva-niveśāya, both went home Kathās. ; na cā*tmane kṛpaṇasya dhanaṁ yāti, nor does the wealth of the miser go to [i.e. benefit] himself. Hit. ; phalebhyo yāti, he goes to [fetch] fruits Pāṇ. 2-3, 14 Sch.) ;

to go to for any request, implore, solicit ( with two acc.) RV. ;

( with striyam) to go to a woman for sexual intercourse MBh. ;

to go to for any purpose (inf.) Bhaṭṭ. ; Vop. ;

often with adverbs e.g. with bahir, to go out Kathās. ;

with adho, to go down, sink BhP. ;

with khaṇḍaśo or dalaśo, to fall to pieces Kathās. ;

with śata-dhā, to fall into a hundred pieces ib. ;

to extend to (acc.) VarBṛS. ;

to last for (acc.) Hit. ;

to pass away, elapse (said of time) MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to vanish, disappear (as wealth) Mṛcch. ;

to come to pass, prosper, succeed BhP. ;

to proceed, behave, act MBh. ;

to find out, discover MBh. ;

to receive or learn (a science) from (abl.) BhP. ;

to undertake, undergo (acc.) RV. ;

Impv. yātu, be it as it may Hit. : Pass. yāyate, to be gone or moved MBh. : Caus. yāpayati (aor. ayīyapat), to cause to depart, cause to go or march, dismiss Kāv. ; BhP. ;

to cause to go towards (acc.) Pāṇ. 1-4, 32 Sch. (cf. yāpita) ;

to direct (the gaze) towards (loc.) Bhartṛ. (v.l. pātayati) ;

to drive away remove, cure (a disease) Suṡr. ;

to cause to pass or elapse, pass or spend (time) MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to live ( pāli yāpeti) DivyĀv. ;

to cause to subsist, support, maintain DivyĀv. ;

to induce MW. : Desid. yiyāsati, to intend or be about to go, desire to proceed MBh. ; Kāv. &c. : Intens. īyāyate (?), to move PraṡnUp. ;

yāyayate, yāyeti, yāyāti Gr.

(H2) yā 2 [p= 849,2] [L=171019] (ifc.) going, moving (See ṛṇa- eva-, tura-, deva-yā) .
(H1) yā 3 [p= 850,2] [L=171221] f. of 3. ya q.v.
yiyāsā

(H2) yiyāsā a [p= 850,2] [L=171218] f. ( fr. Desid.) desire of going HPariṡ.
(H1) yiyāsā b [p= 852,3] [L=171681] °su See [p= 850,2].
yāthākāmī

(H3) yāthā--kāmī [p= 851,1] [L=171374] f. ( ṠrS. ) (ib. Ṡaṃk. ; fr. yathā-kāma) the acting according to will or desire, arbitrariness.
yāthākāmya

(H3) yāthā--kāmya [p= 851,1] [L=171375] n. (ib. Ṡaṃk. ; fr. yathā-kāma) the acting according to will or desire, arbitrariness.
yāvadiccham

(H3) yāvad--iccham [p= 852,2] [L=171615] ind. according to desire Car.
yuyutsā

(H2) yuyutsā a [p= 855,2] [L=172122] f. ( fr. Desid.) the wishing to fight, desire for war, pugnacity, combativeness MBh. ; Hariv. ; R.
(H1) yuyutsā b [p= 855,2] [L=172146] °tsu ; yuyudhāna, °dhi See above.
ra

(H1) ra 1 [p= 859,2] [L=173008] the 2nd semivowel ( corresponding to the vowels ṛ and ṝ, and having the sound of r in ring) .
(H1) ra 2 [p= 859,2] [L=173014] (in prosody) a cretic ( ¯ ˘ ¯ ) Piṅg.
(H1) ra 3 [p= 859,2] [L=173016] mfn. ( √ rā) acquiring, possessing Naish.
[p= 859,2] [L=173017] giving, effecting Ṡiṡ.
(H1B) ra [p= 859,2] [L=173018] m. ( only L. ) fire, heat
(H1B) ra [p= 859,2] [L=173019] m. love, desire
(H1B) ra [p= 859,2] [L=173020] m. speed
(H1B) ra [p= 859,3] [L=173022] m. giving
(H1B) ra [p= 859,3] [L=173023] m. gold
(H1B) ra [p= 859,3] [L=173025] n. brightness, splendour (used in explaining an etymology) L.
rajonimīlita

(H3) rajo--nimīlita [p= 863,2] [L=174010] mfn. blinded by passion or desire MW.
raṇaraṇa

(H3) raṇa--raṇa 1 [p= 864,1] [L=174123] n. ( for 2. See col.2 ), a longing, desire, wish, regret (for a lost object) L.
(H3) raṇa--raṇa 2 [p= 864,2] [L=174200] m. ( for 1. See col.1 ) a gnat L.
raṇaraṇaka

(H3) raṇa--raṇaka [p= 864,1] [L=174124] m. ( Mālatīm. ; Uttarar. &c. ) or n. ( L. ) or f (ā) . ( Daṡ. ) longing, anxiety, anxious regret for some beloved object
(H3B) raṇa--raṇaka [p= 864,1] [L=174125] mn. desire, love W.
(H3B) raṇa--raṇaka [p= 864,1] [L=174126] m. the god of love Dhūrtan.
rathayā

(H2) rathayā [p= 866,2] [L=174745] f. desire for carriages or chariots RV.
rabh

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(H1) rabh [p= 867,1] [L=174870]
or rambh ( mostly comp. with a prep. ; cf. √ grabh and See √labh with which rabh is connected ) cl.1 Ā. ( Dhātup. xxiii, 5 ) rabhate ( mc. also °ti and ep. rambhati, °te ; pf. rebhe RV. ; also rārabhe and 1. pl. rarabhma ; aor. arabdha RV. ; fut. rabdhā Gr. ; rapsyati MBh. ; °te ib. &c. ; inf. rabdhum MBh. ; Ved. rabham, rabhe ; ind.p. rabhya RV. &c. ), to take hold of, grasp, clasp, embrace BhP. (arabhat Hariv. 8106 w.r. for ā*rabhat) ;

to desire vehemently MW. ;

to act rashly ib. (cf. rabhas, rabhasa) : Pass. rabhyate aor. arambhi, Pāṇ. 7-1, 63 : Caus. rambhayati, °te aor. ararambhat ib. : Desid. ripsate Pāṇ. 7-4, 54 : Intens. rārabhyate, rārabhīti, rārabdhi ( as far as these forms really occur, they are only found after prepositions ; cf. anv-ā-, ā-, prā*-, vy-ā-, pari-, saṁ-rabh &c. )

rambh

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(H1) rambh a [p= 867,1] [L=174870.1]
or rabh ( mostly comp. with a prep. ; cf. √ grabh and See √labh with which rabh is connected ) cl.1 Ā. ( Dhātup. xxiii, 5 ) rabhate ( mc. also °ti and ep. rambhati, °te ; pf. rebhe RV. ; also rārabhe and 1. pl. rarabhma ; aor. arabdha RV. ; fut. rabdhā Gr. ; rapsyati MBh. ; °te ib. &c. ; inf. rabdhum MBh. ; Ved. rabham, rabhe ; ind.p. rabhya RV. &c. ), to take hold of, grasp, clasp, embrace BhP. (arabhat Hariv. 8106 w.r. for ā*rabhat) ;

to desire vehemently MW. ;

to act rashly ib. (cf. rabhas, rabhasa) : Pass. rabhyate aor. arambhi, Pāṇ. 7-1, 63 : Caus. rambhayati, °te aor. ararambhat ib. : Desid. ripsate Pāṇ. 7-4, 54 : Intens. rārabhyate, rārabhīti, rārabdhi ( as far as these forms really occur, they are only found after prepositions ; cf. anv-ā-, ā-, prā*-, vy-ā-, pari-, saṁ-rabh &c. )

(H1) rambh 1 [p= 868,2] [L=175241] See √rabh.
(H1) rambh 2 [p= 868,2] [L=175244] (cf. √2. ramb) cl.1 Ā. rambhate, to sound, roar Dhātup. x, 24 ( only p. rambhamāṇa BhP. )
rabhasa

(H2) rabhasa [p= 867,1] [L=174878] mf (ā) n. (fr. prec.) impetuous, violent, rapid, fierce, wild RV. &c.
[p= 867,1] [L=174879] (ifc.) eager for, desirous of Kālid.
[p= 867,1] [L=174880] strong, powerful (said of the soma) RV.
[p= 867,1] [L=174881] shining, glaring ib.
(H2B) rabhasa [p= 867,1] [L=174882] m. impetuosity, vehemence, hurry, haste, speed, zeal, passion, eager desire for (comp.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ( also f (ā) . L. ; rabhasa ibc. ; °āt ind. and °ena ind. violently, impetuously, eagerly, quickly )
(H2B) rabhasa [p= 867,1] [L=174883] m. joy, pleasure Gīt.
(H2B) rabhasa [p= 867,1] [L=174884] m. regret, sorrow W.
(H2B) rabhasa [p= 867,1] [L=174885] m. poison L.
(H2B) rabhasa [p= 867,1] [L=174886] m. N. of a magical incantation recited over weapons R.
(H2B) rabhasa [p= 867,1] [L=174887] m. of a dānava (v.l. raśmisa)
(H2B) rabhasa [p= 867,1] [L=174888] m. of a king (son of rambha) BhP.
(H2B) rabhasa [p= 867,1] [L=174889] m. of a rākṣasa L.
(H2B) rabhasa [p= 867,1] [L=174890] m. of a lexicographer ( also called rabhasa-pāla) Cat.
(H2B) rabhasa [p= 867,1] [L=174891]




ras

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(H1) ras 1 [p= 869,2] [L=175478]
(cf. √1. rās) cl.1 P. ( Dhātup. xvii, 63 ) rasati ( rarely Ā. °te ; pf. rarāsa resuḥ MBh. &c. ; aor. arāsīt Gr. ; fut. rasitā, rasiṣyati ib. ; inf. rasitum ib.), to roar, yell, cry, sound, reverberate ṠBr. &c. ;

to praise Naigh. iii, 14 : Caus. rāsayati (aor. arīrasat), Gr.: Desid. rirasiṣati ib. : Intens. rārasyate ( or rārasti, Gr.), to cry out loudly, scream aloud Bhaṭṭ.

(H1) ras 2 [p= 869,2] [L=175485]
( rather Nom. fr. rasa below ) cl.10 P. ( Dhātup. xxxv. 77 ) rasayati ( rarely Ā. °te ep. also rasati and rasyati), to taste, relish ṠBr. ; Up. ; MBh. &c. ;

to feel, perceive, be sensible of Sāh. ;

to love Dhātup. : Desid. rirasayiṣati, to desire to taste Ṡiṡ.

rasa

(H2) rasa [p= 869,2] [L=175486] m. (ifc. f (ā) .) the sap or juice of plants, Juice of fruit, any liquid or fluid, the best or finest or prime part of anything, essence, marrow RV. &c.
[p= 869,2] [L=175487] water, liquor, drink MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 869,2] [L=175488] juice of the sugar-cane, syrup Suṡr.
[p= 869,2] [L=175489] any mixture, draught, elixir, potion R. ; BhP.
[p= 869,2] [L=175490] melted butter L.
[p= 869,2] [L=175491] ( with or scil. gavām) milk MBh.
[p= 869,3] [L=175492] ( with or scil. viṣasya) poison Daṡ. ; Rājat.
[p= 869,3] [L=175493] nectar L.
[p= 869,3] [L=175494] soup, broth L.
[p= 869,3] [L=175495] a constituent fluid or essential juice of the body, serum, (esp.) the primary juice called chyle (formed from the food and changed by the bile into blood) ib.
[p= 869,3] [L=175496] mercury, quicksilver (sometimes regarded as a kind of quintessence of the human body, else where as the seminal fluid of śiva) Sarvad.
[p= 869,3] [L=175497] semen virile RV. i, 105, 2
[p= 869,3] [L=175498] myrrh L.
[p= 869,3] [L=175499] any mineral or metallic salt Cat.
[p= 869,3] [L=175500] a metal or mineral in a state of fusion (cf. upa-, mahā-r°)
[p= 869,3] [L=175501] gold L.
[p= 869,3] [L=175502] Vanguieria Spinosa L.
[p= 869,3] [L=175503] a species of amaranth L.
[p= 869,3] [L=175504] green onion L.
[p= 869,3] [L=175505] resin L.
[p= 869,3] [L=175506] = amṛta L.
[p= 869,3] [L=175507] taste, flavour ( as the principal quality of fluids, of which there are 6 original kinds, viz. madhura, sweet ; amla, sour ; lavaṇa, salt ; kaṭuka, pungent ; tikta, bitter ; and kaṣāya, astringent ; sometimes 63 varieties are distinguished, viz. beside the 6 original ones, 15 mixtures of 2, 20 of 3, 15 of 4, 6 of 5, and 1 of 6 flavours ) ṠBr. &c.
[p= 869,3] [L=175508] N. of the number "six" VarBṛS. ; Ṡrutab.
[p= 869,3] [L=175509] any object of taste, condiment, sauce, spice, seasoning MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 869,3] [L=175510] the tongue (as the organ of taste) BhP.
[p= 869,3] [L=175511] taste or inclination or fondness for (loc. with or scil. upari, or comp.), love, affection, desire MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 869,3] [L=175512] charm pleasure, delight ib.
[p= 869,3] [L=175513] ( in rhet.) the taste or character of a work, the feeling or sentiment prevailing in it ( from 8 to 10 rasas are generally enumerated, viz. śṛṅgāra, love ; vīra, heroism ; bībhatsa, disgust ; raudra, anger or fury ; hāsya, mirth ; bhayānaka, terror ; karuṇa, pity ; adbhuta, wonder ; śānta, tranquillity or contentment ; vātsalya, paternal fondness ; the last or last two are sometimes omitted ; cf. under bhāva) Bhar. ; Daṡar. ; Kāvyād. &c.
[p= 869,3] [L=175514] the prevailing sentiment in human character Uttarar. ; Rājat.
[p= 869,3] [L=175515] (with vaiṣṇavas) disposition of the heart or mind, religious sentiment ( there are 5 rasas or ratis forming the 5 degrees of bhakti q.v., viz. śānti, dāsya, sākhya, vātsalya, and mādhurya) W.
[p= 869,3] [L=175516] a kind of metre Piṅg.
[p= 869,3] [L=175517] N. of the sacred syllable, "Om," ṠāṅkhGṛ.
[p= 869,3] [L=175518] the son of a niṣāda and a śanakī L.
rasollāsa

(H3) raso* llāsa [p= 870,3] [L=175817] m. the springing up of desire for (comp.) Gīt. Sch. ( °sin mfn. feeling the awakening of desire Cat. )
rasollāsin

(H4) raso* llāsin [p= 870,3] [L=175819.1] mfn., Seerasollāsa 175817, feeling the awakening of desire Cat.
rāga

(H1) rāga [p= 872,1] [L=176089] m. ( fr. √ rañj ; ifc. ā, or ī) the act of colouring or dyeing (cf. mūrdhaja-r°)
[p= 872,1] [L=176090] colour, hue, tint, dye, (esp.) red colour, redness MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 872,1] [L=176091] inflammation Car.
[p= 872,1] [L=176092] any feeling or passion, (esp.) love, affection or sympathy for, vehement desire of, interest or joy or delight in (loc. or comp.) Up. ; Mn. ; MBh. &c.
[p= 872,1] [L=176093] loveliness, beauty (esp. of voice or song) Ṡak. ; Pañcat.
[p= 872,1] [L=176094] a musical note, harmony, melody ( in the later system a partic. musical mode or order of sound or formula ; bharata enumerates 6, viz. bhairava, kauśika, hindola, dīpaka, śrī-rāga, and megha, each mode exciting some affection ; other writers give other names ; sometimes 7 or 26 rāgas are mentioned ; they are personified, and each of the 6 chief rāgas is wedded to 5 or 6 consorts called rāgiṇīs ; their union gives rise to many other musical modes ) Bhar. ; Saṃgīt. ; Rājat. ; Pañcat. &c.
[p= 872,1] [L=176095] nasalization, Rprāt.
[p= 872,1] [L=176096] a partic. process in the preparation of quicksilver Sarvad.
[p= 872,1] [L=176097] seasoning, condiment Car.
[p= 872,1] [L=176098] a prince, king L.
[p= 872,1] [L=176099] the sun L.
[p= 872,1] [L=176100] the moon L.
rāgaprāpta

(H3) rāga--prā* pta [p= 872,1] [L=176134] mfn. conformable to desire, gratifying the senses ĀpṠr. Sch.
rāgāndha

(H3) rāgā* ndha [p= 872,2] [L=176169] mfn. blind with passion or desire MaitrUp.
rāgānvita

(H3) rāgā* nvita [p= 872,2] [L=176170] mfn. having colour or dye, coloured W.
[p= 872,2] [L=176171] affected by passion or desire ib.
rāgitā

(H3) rāgi--tā [p= 872,2] [L=176181] f. the state of being coloured or impassioned, fondness or desire for, longing after (loc. or comp.) Kām. ; Kathās.
rājyalobha

(H3) rājya--lobha [p= 875,2] [L=176914] m. desire for royalty, ambition R.
riraṁsā

(H1) riraṁsā [p= 881,1] [L=178121] f. ( fr. Desid. of √ ram) desire of pleasure or of sexual enjoyment, lasciviousness, lustfulness MBh. ; Kathās. ; Pur.
rirakṣiṣā

(H1) rirakṣiṣā [p= 881,1] [L=178125] f. ( fr. Desid. of √ rakṣ) the desire to watch or guard or protect or maintain Hariv.
[p= 881,1] [L=178125.1] ( ungrammatical form rirakṣā BhP. )
ruc

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 18.5
Whitney Roots links: ruc
(H1) ruc 1 [p= 882,1] [p= 881,3] [L=178244]
cl.1 Ā. ( Dhātup. xviii, 5 ) rocate ( Ved. and ep. also °ti ; pf. ruroca, ruruce RV. &c. ; Subj. rurucanta Pot. rurucyās RV. ; p. rurukvas, rurucāna ib. ; aor. arucat Rājat. ; arociṣṭa Br. &c. ; arukta TĀr. ; p. rucāna RV. ; aor. Pass. aroci RV. ; Prec. rucīya TĀr. ; rociṣīya Br. ; ruciṣīya AV. ; fut. rocitā Gr. ; rociṣyate MBh. ; inf. rocitum ib. ; ruce RV. ; ind.p. rucitvā or rocitvā Pāṇ. 1-2, 26 ), to shine, be bright or radiant or resplendent RV. &c. ;

( only in pf. P.) to make bright or resplendent RV. ;

to be splendid or beautiful or good AV. ; Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to be agreeable to, please (dat. or gen.) Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to be pleased with, like (acc.) MBh. ; R. ;

to be desirous of, long for (dat.) Hariv. : Caus. rocayati, °te (aor. arūrucat, °cata ; Pass. rocyate), to cause to shine RV. ;

to enlighten, illuminate, make bright ib. ṠBr. ; BhP. ;

to make pleasant or beautiful AV. ; AitBr. ; Kum. ;

to cause any one (acc.) to long for anything (dat.) Gīt. ;

to find pleasure in, like, approve, deem anything right (acc. or inf.) Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to choose as ( double acc.) R. ;

to purpose, intend Hariv. ;

(Pass.) to be pleasant or agreeable to (dat.) R. : Desid. ruruciṣate or rurociṣate Gr.: Intens. ( only p. rorucāna) to shine bright RV. [ cf. Gk. λευκός, ἀμφιλύκη ; lux, luceo, luna, lumen ; Goth. liuhath, lauhmuni ; Germ. lioht, lieht, licht ; Angl.Sax. leóht ; Eng. light. ]

(H2) ruc 2 [p= 882,1] [L=178319] f. light, lustre, brightness RV. &c.
[p= 882,2] [L=178320] splendour, beauty, loveliness VS. ; ṠBr. &c.
[p= 882,2] [L=178321] colour, hue VarBṛS. ; Kālid. ; BhP.
[p= 882,2] [L=178322] (ifc.) appearance, resemblance BhP. ; Kāvyād.
[p= 882,2] [L=178323] pleasure, delight, liking, wish, desire VS. ; MBh.
[p= 882,2] [L=178324] pl. N. of a partic. class of apsarasas VP.
rucā

(H2B) rucā [p= 882,2] [L=178326] f. liking, desire MBh.
(H2B) rucā [p= 882,2] [L=178327] f. light, lustre, beauty L.
(H2B) rucā [p= 882,2] [L=178328] f. the note of the parrot or Maina L.
ruci

(H2) ruci [p= 882,2] [L=178352] f. (ruci MaitrS. ) light, lustre, splendour, beauty AV. &c.
[p= 882,2] [L=178353] colour Kāv.
[p= 882,2] [L=178354] liking, taste, relish, pleasure, appetite, zest AV. &c. (ifc. taking pleasure in, desirous of. longing for ; with loc., prati inf. or comp. ; ruciṁ- √dā or rucaye- √bhū, to please ; rucim ā- √vah, with dat., to excite a desire for ; rucyā or sva-rucyā, at pleasure, at will )
[p= 882,2] [L=178355] a kind of coitus L.
[p= 882,2] [L=178356] a kind of pigment (= rocanā) L.
[p= 882,2] [L=178357] N. of an apsaras MBh.
[p= 882,2] [L=178358] of the wife of devaśarman ib.
(H2B) ruci [p= 882,2] [L=178359] m. N. of a prajā-pati (the husband of ākūti and father of yajña or su-yajña and of manu raucya) Pur.
(H2B) ruci [p= 882,2] [L=178360] m. of a son of viśvāmitra MBh.
(H2B) ruci [p= 882,2] [L=178361] m. of a king VP.
(H2B) ruci [p= 882,2] [L=178362] mfn. pleasant, agreeable (= rucira) R.
rucikara

(H3) ruci--kara [p= 882,2] [L=178363] mfn. causing pleasure, exciting desire Kir.
[p= 882,2] [L=178364] causing an appetite or relish Suṡr.
(H3B) ruci--kara [p= 882,2] [L=178365] m. N. of a king Cat.
rucitā

(H3) ruci--tā a [p= 882,2] [L=178367] f. ( Mn. ; MBh. &c. ) ( R. ) the having a taste or liking or desire for, taking pleasure in (ifc. ; e.g. ārambha-ruci-tā, "fondness or taste for new enterprises" ; cf. -samāna-r°, hiṁsā-ruci-tva ; adharma-ruci-tā MBh. xiii, 5628 [w.r. adharme r°] ) .
(H2B) rucitā b [p= 882,2] [L=178398] f. a kind of metre W. ( prob. w.r. for rucirā)
rucitva

(H3) ruci--tva [p= 882,2] [L=178368] n. ( R. ) the having a taste or liking or desire for, taking pleasure in (ifc. ; e.g. ārambha-ruci-tā, "fondness or taste for new enterprises" ; cf. -samāna-r°, hiṁsā-ruci-tva ; adharma-ruci-tā MBh. xiii, 5628 [w.r. adharme r°] ) .
rudh

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 29.1
Whitney Roots links: rudh1, rudh2
(H1) rudh 1 [p= 884,1] [L=178751] (cf. √1. ruh, of which this seems to be only another form ) cl.1 P. rodhati, to sprout, shoot, grow ( only rodhati RV. viii, 43, 6 ; and virodhat, i, 67, 9 ; accord. to some also p. rudhat, i, 179, 4, in nadasya rudhataḥ kāmaḥ, "the desire of the growing reed" i.e. of the membrum virile ; others, "of the husband who keeps me away", fr. √2. rudh ; cf. also nada) .
(H1) rudh 2 [p= 884,2] [p= 884,1] [L=178755]
cl.7 P. Ā. ( Dhātup. xxix, 1 ) ruṇaddhi, runddhe ( 1. pl. -rudhmas AV. ; rundhati, °te Br. &c. ; rodhati MBh. pf. rurodha, rurudhe RV. &c. ; rurundhatuḥ MBh. ; aor. araut AV. ; arautsīt Br. &c. ; rotsīs Up. ; arutsi, aruddha Br. ; Up. ; arautsi AitBr. ; arodham RV. ; arudhma MaitrS. ; p. rudhat cf. √1. rudh ; arudhat RV. &c. ; Prec. rudhyāt Kāv. ; fut. roddhā Gr. ; rotsyati, °te Br. &c. inf. roddhum or rodhitum MBh. ; roddhos Br. ; ind.p. ruddhvā MBh. &c. ; -rudhya RV. &c. ; -rundhya MBh. ; -rudham AV. ; Br. ; -rundham Br. ; -ro*dham ib.), to obstruct, check, arrest, stop, restrain, prevent, keep back, withhold RV. ( always with na), &c. ;

to avert, keep off, repel Bhaṭṭ. (cf. rudhat under √1. rudh) ;

to shut, lock up, confine in (loc.) Mn. ; MBh. &c. (accord. to Vop. also with double acc.) ;

to besiege, blockade, invest Pat. ; MBh. &c. ;

to close, block up (a path) R. ;

to cover, conceal, veil, obscure MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to stop up, fill ib. ;

to lay (dust) Ragh. ;

to touch, move (the heart) Bālar. ;

to torment, harass R. ;

to lose, be deprived of (acc.) TS. ; ṠBr. ;

to tear, rend asunder (?) AV. xix, 29, 3 : Caus. rodhayati ( ep. also °te and rundhayati ; aor. arūrudhat ; Pass. rodhyate), to stop, arrest MBh. ;

to cause to be confined by (acc.) Pañcar. ;

to cause to be besieged by (instr.) Ragh. ;

to close (with a cover or lid) Bhpr. ;

to fetter, enchain, influence BhP. ;

to oppress, torment, harass MBh. ; R. : Desid. rorutsate ( Br. ), °ti ( MBh. ), to wish to obstruct &c. : Intens. rorudhyate, roroddhi, to obstruct intensely or repeatedly &c. Gr. ( only rorudhaḥ MBh. )

(H2) rudh 3 [p= 884,2] [L=178777] (ifc.) impeding, holding (See kara-r°) .
(H1) rudh 4 [p= 884,2] [L=178823] prob. a root of this form once existed with a meaning "to be red."







ruh

Whitney Roots links: ruh
(H1) ruh 1 [p= 885,2] [L=178960]
(cf., √1. rudh) cl.1 P. ( Dhātup. ; N. xx, 29 ) rohati ( mc. also °te and ruhati, °te ; Ved. and ep. impf. or aor. aruhat ; Pot. ruheyam, -ruhethās, -ruhemahi ; Impv. ruha, p. ruhāṇa ; pf. ruroha, ruruhuḥ RV. &c. ; ruruhe BhP. ; aor. arukṣat RV. ; AV. &c. ; fut. roḍhā Gr. ; rokṣyati, °te Br. &c. ; rohiṣye MBh. ; inf. roḍhum Br. &c. ; rohitum MBh. ; rohiṣyai TS. ; ind.p. rūḍhvā AV. , -ruhya ib. &c. ; -rūhya AitBr. ; -ruham RV. ; -roham Br. ), to ascend, mount, climb RV. ; AV. ; Br. ; ṠrS. ;

to reach to, attain (a desire) ṠBr. ;

to rise, spring up, grow, develop, increase, prosper, thrive RV. &c. &c. ( with na, "to be useless or in vain" MBh. ) ;

to grow together or over, cicatrize, heal (as a wound) AV. ; Kathās. ; Suṡr. &c. : Caus. rohayati or (later) ropayati, °te (aor. arūruhat or arūrupat Gr. ; Pass. ropyate MBh. aor. aropi Kāv. ), to cause to ascend, raise up, elevate RV. ; AV. ; Rājat. ;

to place in or on, fix in, fasten to, direct towards ( with acc. or loc.) MBh. ; Kāv. ; Kathās. ;

to transfer to, commit, entrust Ragh. (cf. ropita) ;

to put in the ground, plant, sow MBh. ; R. ; VarBṛS. ;

to lay out (a garden) MBh. ;

to cause to grow, increase Rājat. ;

to cause to grow over or heal AV. ; Kathās. ; Suṡr. : Desid. rurukṣati See ā- √ruh: Intens. roruhyate, roroḍhi Gr.

(H2) ruh 2 [p= 885,2] [L=178961] f. rising, growth, sprout, shoot RV. ; AV. ; ṠāṅkhṠr.
[p= 885,2] [L=178962] (ifc.) shooting, sprouting, growing, produced in or on (cf. ambho-, avani-, kṣiti-r° &c. )
ruharuhikā

(H2) ruharuhikā [p= 885,2] [L=178968] ( Hcar. Sch. ) ( L. ) f. longing, desire.
ruhiruhikā

(H2) ruhiruhikā [p= 885,2] [L=178969] ( L. ) f. longing, desire.
raiya

(H2) raiya [p= 888,2] [L=179591] Nom. P. °yati, to desire riches Pāṇ. 6-1, 79 Sch.
rocakin

(H2) rocakin [p= 888,3] [L=179743] mfn. having desire or appetite, taking delight in (loc.) Bālar. (cf. a-roc°) .
rocana

(H2) rocana [p= 888,3] [L=179744] mf (ī or ā) n. bright, shining, radiant AV. ; Br. ; GṛS. ; MBh. ; Hariv.
[p= 888,3] [L=179745] giving pleasure or satisfaction, pleasant, charming, lovely Bhaṭṭ. ; BhP.
[p= 889,1] [L=179746] sharpening or stimulating the appetite, stomachic Suṡr.
(H2B) rocana [p= 889,1] [L=179747] m. N. of various plants ( Andersonia Rohitika ; Alangium Hexapetalum ; the pomegranate tree &c. ) L.
(H2B) rocana [p= 889,1] [L=179748] m. a partic. yellow pigment (v.l. for rocanā) MBh. (C.)
(H2B) rocana [p= 889,1] [L=179749] m. a stomachic W.
(H2B) rocana [p= 889,1] [L=179750] m. N. of a demon presiding over a partic. disease Hariv.
(H2B) rocana [p= 889,1] [L=179751] m. of one of the 5 arrows of the god of love ("exciter") Cat.
(H2B) rocana [p= 889,1] [L=179752] m. of a son of viṣṇu by dakṣiṇā BhP.
(H2B) rocana [p= 889,1] [L=179753] m. of indra under manu svārociṣa ib.
(H2B) rocana [p= 889,1] [L=179754] m. of one of the viśve devāḥ VP.
(H2B) rocana [p= 889,1] [L=179755] m. of a mountain MārkP.
(H2B) rocana [p= 889,1] [L=179756] f (ā) and (ī) . See below
(H2B) rocana [p= 889,1] [L=179757] n. light, brightness, (esp.) the bright sky, firmament, luminous sphere ( of which there are said to be three ; cf. under rajas) RV. ; AV. ; Br. ( in this sense sometimes f (ā) .)
(H2B) rocana [p= 889,1] [L=179758] n. pl. lights, stars AV.
(H2B) rocana [p= 889,1] [L=179759] n. (ifc.) the causing a desire for BhP.
(H2B) rocana [p= 889,1] [L=179760] n. (ruci-ruce r°) N. of a sāman ĀrshBr.
rośaṁsā

(H1) rośaṁsā [p= 890,1] [L=180015] or rosaṁsā (?) f. wish, desire W.
rosaṁsā

(H1) rosaṁsā [p= 890,1] [L=180015.1] or rośaṁsā (?) f. wish, desire W.
laḍ

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 19.53, 9.76
Whitney Roots links: laḍ
(H1) laḍ [p= 895,3] [L=181234]
(cf. √ lal) cl.1 P. ( Dhātup. ix, 76 ) laḍati, to play, sport, dally Rājat. vii, 928 ;

cl.10 P. laḍayati, to loll the tongue, put out the tongue, lick Dhātup. xix, 53 ;

(lāḍayati), to throw, toss ib. xxxv, 81 ;

to cherish, foster ib. xxxii, 7 ;

(lāḍayate), to wish, desire ib. xxxii, 15 ; Vop.

lambhitalobha

(H3) lambhita--lobha [p= 897,1] [L=181440] mfn. one who has a desire of (comp.) Gīt.
lipsā

(H2) lipsā a [p= 897,1] [L=181461] f. ( fr. Desid.) the desire to gain, wish to acquire or obtain, longing for (loc. or comp.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
(H1) lipsā b [p= 903,1] [L=182698] lipsu, lipsya &c. See [p= 897,1].
lipsu

(H3) lipsu [p= 897,1] [L=181464] mfn. wishing to gain or obtain, desirous of, longing for (acc. or comp.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ( -tā f. "desire of gaining") .
lipsutā

(H4) lipsu----tā [p= 897,1] [L=181464.1] f., Seelipsu 181464, "desire of gaining"
lal

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 9.77
Whitney Roots links: lal
(H1) lal [p= 897,3] [L=181587]
(cf. √ laḍ) cl.1 P. ( Dhātup. ix, 77 ) lalati ( mc. also °te), to play, sport, dally, frolic, behave loosely or freely MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to loll or wag the tongue (See below ) : Caus. lālayati, °te (Pass. lālyate), to cause to sport or dally, caress, fondle, foster, cherish ib. ;

to wave, flourish Hariv. ;

to favour Sāh. ;

(Ā.) to desire Dhātup. (cf. under √ laḍ) .

lavaṇasya

(H2) lavaṇasya [p= 899,1] [L=181965] Nom. P. °yati, to desire salt, long for salt Pāṇ. 7-1, 51.
laṣ

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 21.23, 33.55
Whitney Roots links: laṣ
(H1) laṣ [p= 899,1] [L=181985]
(cf. √ las) cl.1.4.P. Ā. ( Dhātup. xxi, 23 ; cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 70 ) laṣati, °te, laṣyati, °te (pf. lalāṣa, leṣe ; aor. alāṣīt, alaṣiṣṭa ; fut. laṣitā ; °ṣiṣyati, °te ; inf. laṣitum), to wish, desire, long for (acc.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ( mostly with prep. abhi) ;

to strive after, approach (acc.) VarBṛS. Sch. : Caus., or cl.10 P. lāṣayati (aor. alīlaṣat), to exercise an art Dhātup. xxxiii, 55 (v.l. for las) : Desid. lilaṣiṣati Gr.: Intens. lālaṣyate, lālaṣṭi ib.

lālasa

(H1) lālasa [p= 900,3] [L=182261] mf (ā) n. ( fr. Intens. of √ las) eagerly longing for, ardently desirous of, delighting or absorbed in, devoted or totally given up to (loc. or comp.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ( -tā f. )
(H1B) lālasa [p= 900,3] [L=182262] m. and f (ā) . longing or ardent desire, fond attachment or devotion to (loc.) Bhartṛ. ; Bālar. ( L. also "regret, sorrow ; asking, soliciting ; the longing of a pregnant woman ; dalliance")
lubh

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 18.22
Whitney Roots links: lubh
(H1) lubh [p= 904,3] [L=183010]
cl.6 P. lubhati ( only Dhātup. xviii, 22 ) or cl.4 P. xxvi, 124 lubhyati (pf. lulubhe R. ; aor. alubhat, or alobhīt Gr. ; fut. lobdhā, or lobhitā, lobhiṣyati ib. ; inf. lobdhum MBh. ; ind.p. lobhitvā lubhitvā, lubdhvā Gr.), to be perplexed or disturbed, become disordered, go astray AitBr. ;

to desire greatly or eagerly, long for, be interested in (dat. or loc.) Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to entice, allure R. : Caus. lobhayati, °te (aor. alūlubhat Br. ; Pass. lobhyate MBh. ), to confound, bewilder, perplex, derange ṠBr. ;

to cause to desire or long for, excite lust, allure, entice, attract MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to efface ĀpṠr. (cf. Caus. of √ lup) : Desid. of Caus. lulobhayiṣati, see, ā - √lubh: Desid. lulubhiṣati or lulobhiṣati Gr.: Intens. lolubhyate (Gr. also lolobdhi), to have a vehement desire for (loc.) Kām. [ cf. Lat. lubet, libet, libido ; Goth. liufs ; Germ. liob, lieb, lieben ; Angl.Sax. leóf ; Eng. lief, love. ]

lubdhatva

(H3) lubdha--tva [p= 905,1] [L=183018] n. greediness, covetousness, ardent desire for (loc.) Rājat. ; Kathās.
lobha

(H2) lobha a [p= 905,1] [L=183024] m. perplexity, confusion (See a-l°)
[p= 905,1] [L=183025] impatience, eager desire for or longing after (gen. loc. or comp.) Mn. ; MBh. &c.
[p= 905,1] [L=183026] covetousness, cupidity, avarice (personified as a son of puṣṭi or of dambha and māyā) ib.
(H1) lobha b [p= 908,1] [L=183639] lobhana &c. See [p= 905,1].
lobhatas

(H3) lobha--tas [p= 905,1] [L=183027] ind. from greediness or desire Kathās.
lobhābhipātin

(H3) lobhā* bhipātin [p= 905,1] [L=183036] mfn. hastening through eager desire, rushing greedily MBh.
lolatva

(H3) lola--tva [p= 905,2] [L=183093] n. movableness, fickleness, restlessness, wantonness, cupidity, eager desire Kāv. ; Sāh. ; Suṡr.
lokaiṣaṇā

(H3) lokai* ṣaṇā [p= 907,3] [L=183533] f. desire or longing after heaven ṠBr. ; NṛsUp. &c.
lolupā

(H1B) lolupā [p= 908,2] [L=183738] f. eager desire, appetite, longing for (loc.) MBh.
(H1B) lolupā [p= 908,2] [L=183739] f. N. of a yoginī Hcat.
lolupatva

(H3) lolupa--tva [p= 908,2] [L=183741] n. eager desire or longing for (comp.), greediness, cupidity, lust, Kāv. ; Pur. ; Suṡr.
laulyatā

(H3) laulya--tā [p= 909,3] [L=184107] f. lustfulness, eager desire BhP.
vac

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 24.55, 34.35
Whitney Roots links: vac
(H1) vac [p= 912,1] [L=184615]
cl.2 P. ( Dhātup. xxiv, 55 ) vakti ( occurs only in sg. vacmi, vakṣi, vakti, and Impv. vaktu ; Ved. also cl.3 P. vivakti ; pf. uvāca, ūj RV. &c. ; uvaktha AV. ; vavāca, vavakṣe RV. ; aor. avocat, °cata RV. &c. ; in veda also Subj. vocati, °te, vecāti ; Pot. vocet, °ceta ; Impv. vocatu ; Prec. ucyāsam Br. ; fut. vaktā ib. &c. ; vakṣyati RV. &c. ; °te MBh. ; Cond. avakṣyat Br. ; Up. ; inf. vā*ktum Br. &c. ; °tave RV. ; °tos Br. ; ind.p. uktvā Br. &c. ; -ucya ib.), to speak, say, tell, utter, announce, declare, mention, proclaim, recite, describe ( with acc. with or without prati dat. or gen. of pers., and acc. of thing ; often with double acc. e.g. tam idaṁ vākyam uvāca, "he spoke this speech to him" ; with double acc. also "to name, call ," Ā. with nom. "one's self" ; with punar, "to speak again, repeat" ; or "to answer, reply") RV. &c. ;

to reproach, revile (acc.) Hariv. ; R. : Pass. ucyate (aor. avāci, or in later language avoci), to be spoken or said or told or uttered &c. RV. &c. (yad ucyate, "what the saying is") ;

to resound RV. ;

to be called or accounted, be regarded as, pass for (nom. L. also loc.) Mn. ; MBh. &c. : Caus. vācayati, °te (Pot. vācayīta ĀṡvGṛ. ; aor. avīvacat ; Pass. vācyate), to cause to say or speak or recite or pronounce ( with, double acc. ; often the object is to be supplied ) Br. ; GṛS. ; MBh. &c. ;

to cause anything written or printed to speak i.e. to read out loud Hariv. ; Kāv. ; Kathās. &c. ;

( Dhātup. xxxiv, 35 ) to say, tell, declare Bhaṭṭ. ;

to promise MBh. : Desid. vivakṣati, °te (Pass. vivakṣyate), to desire to say or speak or recite or proclaim or declare MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

(Pass.) to be meant Ṡaṃk. ; Sarvad. : Intens. ( only avāvacīt) to call or cry aloud RV. x, 102, 6. [ cf. Gk. ἐπ for ϝεπ in ἔπος, ὄψ, ὄσσα &c. ; Lat. vocare, vox ; Germ. gi-waht, gi-wahinnen, er-whnen. ]

vacasyā

(H2) vacasyā [p= 913,1] [L=184779] f. ( fr. 1. vacasya) desire of speaking, readiness of speech, eloquence RV.
vad

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 23.40
Whitney Roots links: vad
(H1) vad [p= 916,2] [p= 916,1] [L=185521]
cl.1 P. Ā. ( Dhātup. xxiii, 40 ) vadati, °te ( ep. mc. also vādati ; Pot. udeyam AV. ; pf. uvāda pl. ūdima RV. ; ūde &c. Br. ; Up. ; veditha, °dailuḥ, °duḥ Vop. ; aor. avādīt, °diṣuḥ RV. &c. ; Subj. vādiṣaḥ AV. ; avā*diran ib. ; vadiṣma, °ṣihāḥ Br. ; Prec. udyāt ib. ; fut. vadiṣyati, °te AV. &c. ; inf. vaditos Br. ; vaditum ib. &c. ; ind.p. uditvā GṛṠrS. ; -udya Br. ), to speak, say, utter, tell, report, speak to, talk with, address (P. or Ā. ; with acc. of the thing said, and acc. [ with or without abhi] or gen., or loc. of the person addressed ; also followed by yad, "that", or by yadi, "whether") RV. &c. ;

(P.) to praise, recommend MBh. ;

to adjudge, adjudicate TS. ; BhP. ;

to indicate, designate VarBṛS. ;

to proclaim, announce, foretell, bespeak ĀṡvGṛ. ; MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to allege, affirm ib. ;

to declare (any one or anything) to be, call ( two acc. or acc. and nom. with iti) AV. &c. ;

( with or scil. vācam) to raise the voice, sing, utter a cry (said of birds and &c. ) RV. &c. ;

(Ā.) to say, tell, speak to (acc.) ṠBr. &c. ;

to mention, state, communicate, name TS. ; R. ; Hariv. ;

to confer or dispute about RV. ; TS. ;

to contend, quarrel ṠBr. ;

to lay claim to (loc.) AitBr. ;

to be an authority, be eminent in (loc.) Pāṇ. 1-3, 47 ;

to triumph, exult Bhaṭṭ. : Pass. udyate (aor. avādi), to be said or spoken &c. AV. ; &c. &c. : Caus. vādayati m.c. also °te (cf. Pāṇ. 1-3, 89 ; aor. avīvadat ; Pass. vādyate, ep. also °ti), to cause to speak or say MBh. ;

to cause to sound, strike, play ( with instr., rarely loc. of the instrument ) ṠBr. ; MBh. &c. ;

to play music MBh. ; R. ; Hariv. ;

( with bahu) to make much ado about one's self. Subh. ;

to cause a musical instrument (acc.) to be played by (instr.) Pāṇ. 1-1, 58 Va1rtt. 2 ; Pat. ;

to speak, recite, rehearse Hariv. : Desid. vivadiṣati, °te, to desire to speak, Br. ; Gobh. : Intens. vāvadīti ( RV. ; AV. ), vāvadyate, ( ṠBr. ), vāvatti (Gr.), to speak or sound aloud. [ Cf. Lit. vadínti. ]

vadhakāmyā

(H3) vadha--kāmyā [p= 916,3] [L=185596] f. desire to kill, intention to hurt Mn. iv, 165.
van

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 13.19, 13.20, 19.42
Whitney Roots links: van
(H1) van 1 [p= 917,2] [L=185710]
cl.1 P. ( Dhātup. xiii, 19 ; 20 ; xix, 42 ) vanati ( Ved. also °te, and vanati) ;

cl.8 P. Ā. ( xxx, 8 ) vanoti, vanute (pf. vāvāna, vāvantha, vavanma, vavne ; p. vavanvas RV. ; aor. vanta, vaṁsva ib. ; vaṁsat, °sate ib. ; vaniṣat AV. ; °ṣanta TS. ; vanuṣanta, RV. ; Pot. vaṁsīmahi, vasīmahi ib. ; Prec. vaniṣīṣṭa RV. vaṁsiṣīya AV. ; fut. vanitā Gr. ; vaniṣyate, SāṅkhSr. ; inf. vanitum Gr. ; -vantave RV. ), to like, love, wish, desire RV. ; AV. ; ṠBr. ; Kāṭh. ; ṠāṅkhṠr. ;

to gain, acquire, procure (for one's self or others) RV. ; AV. ; ṠBr. ;

to conquer, win, become master of, possess RV. ; AV. ;

to prepare, make ready for, aim at, attack RV. ;

to hurt, injure MW. ( Dhātup. also "to sound " ; "to serve, honour, worship, help, aid ") : Caus. vanayati or vānayati Dhātup. xix, 68 ;

xxxix, 33 v.l. (cf. saṁ- √van) : Desid. vivāsati, °te, to attract, seek to win over RV. : Intens. ( only vāvanaḥ and vāvandhi ; but cf. vanīvan) to love, like RV. [ cf. Lat. venia, Venus ; Got. gawinnan ; Germ. gewinnen ; Eng. win. ]

(H2) van 2 [p= 917,2] [L=185716] = vana ( only in gen. and loc. pl. vanām vaṁsu), "wood" or, "a wooden vessel" RV.
[p= 917,2] [L=185716.1] love, worship L.
vana

(H2) vana 1 [p= 917,2] [L=185717] n. ( once m. R. v, 50, 2 ; for 2. See [p= 919,1] ) a forest, wood, grove, thicket, quantity of lotuses or other plants growing in a thick cluster (but in older language also applied to a single tree) RV. &c.
[p= 917,2] [L=185718] plenty, abundance R. ; Kathās.
[p= 917,2] [L=185719] a foreign or distant land RV. vii, 1, 19 (cf. araṇya)
[p= 917,2] [L=185720] wood, timber RV.
[p= 917,2] [L=185721] a wooden vessel or barrel (for the soma juice) RV. (?)
[p= 917,2] [L=185722] a cloud (as the vessel in the sky) ib.
[p= 917,2] [L=185723] (prob.) the body of a carriage RV. viii, 34, 18
[p= 917,2] [L=185724] water Naigh. i, 12
[p= 917,2] [L=185725] a fountain, spring L.
[p= 917,2] [L=185726] abode Nalôd.
[p= 917,2] [L=185727] Cyperus Rotundus VarBṛS.
[p= 917,2] [L=185728] = raśrmi, a ray of light Naigh. i, 4
[p= 917,2] [L=185729] (prob.) longing, earnest desire KenUp.
(H2B) vana [p= 917,2] [L=185730] m. N. of a son of uśīnara BhP.
(H2B) vana [p= 917,2] [L=185731] m. of one of the 10 orders of mendicants founded by śaṁkarācārya ( the members of which affix vana to their names cf. rārme*ndra-v°) W.
(H1) vana 2 [p= 919,1] [L=186167] ind. g. cā*di.
vanad

(H2) vanad [p= 918,2] [L=186063] ( only pl. vanadaḥ), longing, earnest desire RV. ii, 4, 5 ( Sāy. = vanantaḥ = sambhaktāraḥ ; others translate me van-adaḥ, "of me, the wood-devourer") .
vanana

(H2) vanana [p= 918,2] [L=186064] n. longing, desire Nir. v, 5
vananā

(H2B) vananā [p= 918,2] [L=186065] f. (prob.) wish, desire RV. ix, 86, 40.
vanas

(H2) vanas [p= 918,3] [L=186074] n. loveliness RV. x, 172, 1
[p= 918,3] [L=186075] longing, desire (cf. yajña-vanas and gir-vaṇas)
[p= 918,3] [L=186076] = vana, a wood (cf. vanar) .
vani

(H2) vani [p= 918,3] [L=186086] f. wish, desire AV.
(H2B) vani [p= 918,3] [L=186086.1] m. fire L. (vani ifc.) procuring, bestowing (cf. rāyas-poṣa-v° and Pāṇ. 3-2, 27 ) .
vanuṣya

(H2) vanuṣya [p= 918,3] [L=186123]
( fr. vanus) Nom. P. Ā. °ṣyati, °te, to plot against, attack, assail RV. i, 132, 1 &c. ;

(Ā.) to wish for, desire ib. ix, 7, 6.

varasyā

(H2) varasyā [p= 923,1] [L=187046] f. wish, desire, request RV.
vaś

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 24.71
Whitney Roots links: vaś
(H1) vaś [p= 929,1] [L=188394]
cl.2 P. ( Dhātup. xxiv, 71 ) vaṣṭi, ( 1. pl. uśmasi, or śmasi RV. ; 3. pl. uśanti ib. ; p. uśat, uśāna and uśamāna ib. ; cl.1. vaśati and cl.3. vivaṣṭi [ also vavaṣṭi], 2. sg. vavakṣi ib. ; pf. vāvaśuḥ, °śe ; p. °śāna ib. ; uvāśa, ūśuḥ Gr. ; aor. avāśīt ib. ; 2. sg. vaśīh MBh. Prec. uśyāt Gr. ; fut. vaśitā, °śiṣyati ib.), to will, command (p. uśamāna, "having at command") RV. ; AV. ;

to desire, wish, long for, be fond of, like ( also with inf.) RV. &c. &c. (p. uśat and uśāna, "willing, glad, eager, zealous, obedient" ; the former with superl. uśat-tama, also = charming, lovely BhP. [ accord. to Sch. also = śuddha, dedīpyamāna, and sv-arcita] ) ;

to aver, maintain, affirm, declare for ( two acc.) MaitrUp. ; VarBṛS. ; BhP. : Caus. vāśayati (aor. avīvaśat), to cause to desire &c. ;

to get in one's power, subject Cat. : Desid. vivaśiṣati Gr. Intens. vāvaśyate, vāvaśīti, or vāvaṣṭi ib. ;

p. vāvaśāna, "willing, eager" RV. [ cf. Gk. ἑκών, for φεκων, "willing."]

vaśa

(H2) vaśa 1 [p= 929,1] [L=188395] m. will, wish, desire RV. &c. &c. ( also pl. vaśān anu or anu vaśa, "according to wish or will, at pleasure")
[p= 929,1] [L=188396] authority, power, control, dominion ( in AV. personified ) ib. (acc. with verbs of going e.g. with √ i, anu- √i, √ gam, ā- √gam, √ ya, ā- √pad, ā- √sthā &c. , "to fall into a person's [gen.] power, become subject or give way to" ; acc. with √ nī, ā- √nī and pra- √yuj, or loc. with √ kṛ, √ labh or Caus. of √ sthā or saṁ- √sthā, "to reduce to subjection, subdue" ; loc. with √ bhū, √ vṛt, √ sthā and saṁ- √sthā, "to be in a person's [gen.] power" ; vaśena, °śāt, and °śa-taḥ, with gen. or ifc., "by command of, by force of, on account of, by means of, according to")
[p= 929,1] [L=188397] birth, origin L.
[p= 929,1] [L=188398] a brothel L. (cf. veśa)
[p= 929,1] [L=188399] Carissa Carandas L.
[p= 929,1] [L=188400] the son of a vaiśya and a karaṇī L.
[p= 929,1] [L=188401] N. of a ṛṣi preserved by the aśvins RV.
[p= 929,1] [L=188402] ( with aśvya) of the supposed author of RV. viii, 46 ( in ṠBr. &c. also of this hymn itself )
[p= 929,1] [L=188403] = vālmīki Gal.
[p= 929,1] [L=188404] pl. N. of a people AitBr. ; MBh.
(H2B) vaśa [p= 929,1] [L=188406] mf (ā) n. willing, submissive, obedient, subject to or dependent on (gen.) Kathās. ; BhP. ; Pañcat.
(H2B) vaśa [p= 929,1] [L=188407] mf (ā) n. docile L.
(H2B) vaśa [p= 929,1] [L=188408] mf (ā) n. free, licentious L.
(H1) vaśa 2 [p= 929,3] [L=188521] n. (cf. vasā) liquid fat, grease AV. ; AitBr. ; Kāṭh.
vasūya

(H2) vasūya [p= 931,3] [L=188965] Nom. P. °yati, to desire wealth RV.
vasūyā

(H3) vasū° yā [p= 931,3] [L=188966] ind. through desire of wealth ib.
vasyaiṣṭi

(H2) vasya-iṣṭi [p= 931,3] [L=188980] f. ( fr. vasyas + iṣṭi) seeking or desire for the better i.e. for welfare RV.
vāṅkṣ

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 17.17
(H1) vāṅkṣ [p= 936,1] [L=189801] ( connected with √ vāñck cf. kāṅkṣ) cl.1 P. vāṅkṣati, to wish, desire, long for Dhātup. xvii, 17.
vāñch

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 7.28
Whitney Roots links: vāñch
(H1) vāñch [p= 939,1] [L=190461]
(cf. √ van) cl.1 P. ( Dhātup. vii, 28 ) vāñchati ( occurring only in forms from the present stem, and in pr. p. Pass. vāñchyamāna [ Kathās. ] ; but accord. to Gr. also pf. vavāñcha ; aor. avāñchīt ; fut. vāñchita, vañchiṣyati &c. ), to desire, wish, ask for, strive after, pursue RV. &c. ;

to state, assert, assume VarBṛS. : Caus. -vāñchayati (See abhi- √vāñch) MBh. [ cf. Germ. wunsc, Wunsch, wnschen ; Angl.Sax. wŷscan ; Eng. wish. ]

vāñchā

(H2) vāñchā [p= 939,1] [L=190466] f. (ifc. f (ā) .) wish, desire, longing for (acc. with prati loc. or gen. ; vāñchāṁ- √kṛ with loc., "to desire or long for") Kāv. ; Kathās. ; Rājat. &c.
[p= 939,1] [L=190467] statement, assumption Sarvad.
vāñchita

(H2) vāñchita [p= 939,1] [L=190478] mfn. wished, desired, beloved, longed for MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
(H2B) vāñchita [p= 939,1] [L=190479] n. wish, desire ib.
(H2B) vāñchita [p= 939,1] [L=190480] m. (in music) a kind of measure.
vāsanā

(H2B) vāsanā a [p= 947,2] [L=192296] f. id. Ṡiṡ. Sch.
(H2B) vāsanā b [p= 947,3] [L=192373] f. See next.
(H2) vāsanā c [p= 947,3] [L=192374] f. the impression of anything remaining unconsciously in the mind, the present consciousness of past perceptions, knowledge derived from memory Ṡaṃk. ; Kāv. ; Kathās.
[p= 947,3] [L=192375] fancy, imagination, idea, notion, false notion, mistake (ifc., e.g. bheda-v°, the mistake that there is a difference ) ib. Rājat. ; Sarvad. &c.
[p= 947,3] [L=192376] thinking of, longing for, expectation, desire, inclination Kathās.
[p= 947,3] [L=192377] liking, respectful regard Bhām.
[p= 947,3] [L=192378] trust, confidence W.
[p= 947,3] [L=192379] (in math.) proof, demonstration (= upapatti) Gol.
[p= 947,3] [L=192380] a kind of metre Col.
[p= 947,3] [L=192381] N. of durgā BhP.
[p= 947,3] [L=192382] of the wife of arka ib.
[p= 947,3] [L=192383] of a Comm. on the siddhānta-śiromaṇi.
vikāṅkṣa

(H3) vi--kāṅkṣa [p= 950,1] [L=192892] ( MBh. ) mfn. free from desire
vikāṅkṣin

(H3) vi--kāṅ° kṣin [p= 950,1] [L=192893] mfn. ( Hariv. ) free from desire
vikāma

(H3) vi--kāma [p= 950,1] [L=192894] mfn. free from desire VarBṛS.
vitṛṣṇa

(H3) vi--tṛṣṇa [p= 950,3] [L=193099] mf (ā) n. id. MBh.
[p= 950,3] [L=193100] free from desire, not desirous of (comp.) BhP.
vitṛṣṇatā

(H4) vi--tṛṣṇa---tā [p= 950,3] [L=193102] f. freedom from desire, satiety Kāv.
vitṛṣṇatva

(H4) vi--tṛṣṇa---tva [p= 950,3] [L=193102.1] n. freedom from desire, satiety Kāv.
vimanyu

(H3) vi--manyu 1 [p= 951,3] [L=193363] (vi-) m. longing, desire RV.
(H3) vi--manyu 2 [p= 951,3] [L=193364] mfn. free from anger or fury Kum. ; BhP.
vivatsā

(H3) vivatsā [p= 1332,2] [L=193503.1] f. (fr. Desid. of √ 5. vas) desire of dwelling, Bcar.
vikrī

(H1) vi- √ krī [p= 956,1] [L=194258]
Ā. -krīṇīte ( Pāṇ. 1-3, 18 ), to buy and sell, barter, trade VS. ; AV. ;

to sell, vend, sell or exchange for (instr.) Mn. ; MBh. &c. : Desid. -cikrīṣate, to wish to sell, desire to exchange for (instr.) Daṡ.

vigataspṛha

(H3) vi-gata---spṛha 2 [p= 957,1] [L=194466] mfn. devoid of wish or desire, indifferent W.
vicicīṣā

(H2) vi-cicīṣā [p= 958,3] [L=194797] f. ( fr. Desid.) desire of searching Mcar.
vijigīṣā

(H2B) vi-jigīṣā [p= 960,3] [L=195158] f. desire to conquer or overcome or subdue (acc. dat., or comp.) R. ; Kām. ; Kathās. ( °ṣā-vat mfn. [ Nīlak. ] or °ṣin [ MBh. ] mfn. desirous to conquer or overcome ; °ṣā-vivarjita mfn. devoid of ambition MW. ; °ṣīya mfn. g. utkarā*di) .
vijigīṣutā

(H4) vi-° jigīṣu---tā [p= 960,3] [L=195162] f. ( Kathās. ) desire of conquest, emulation, ambition.
vijigīṣutva

(H4) vi-° jigīṣu---tva [p= 960,3] [L=195162.1] n. ( Kām. ) desire of conquest, emulation, ambition.
vijijñāpayiṣā

(H2) vi-jijñāpayiṣā [p= 961,1] [L=195237] f. ( fr. Desid. of Caus. ) desire of teaching or instructing Ṡaṃk.
vijijñāsā

(H1) vi-jijñāsā a [p= 960,3] [L=195188] &c. See under vi √jñā.
(H2) vi-jijñāsā b [p= 961,1] [L=195238] f. ( fr. Desid.) desire of knowing distinctly, wish to prove or try, inquiry about (comp.) ṠBr. ; MBh. ; BhP.
vitṛṣṇā

(H3B) vi--tṛṣṇā a [p= 950,3] [L=193101] f. = next BhP. (cf. under vi- √tṛṣ)
(H3) vi-° tṛṣṇā b [p= 963,1] [L=195580] f. (cf. [p= 950,3] ) thirst for, ardent desire BhP.
[p= 963,1] [L=195581] N. of a river VP.
vivitsā

(H2) vivitsā a [p= 964,3] [L=195934] f. ( fr. Desid.) desire of knowing MBh.
(H1) vivitsā b [p= 988,1] [L=200198] vivitsu, vividiṣu See [p= 964,3].
vittehā

(H3) vitte* hā [p= 965,1] [L=195983] f. desire of wealth, cupidity, avarice MBh.
vidhitsā

(H3) vi-° dhitsā [p= 968,2] [L=196633] f. intention to do, intention, design, purpose, desire for (comp.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 968,2] [L=196634] the wish to make or turn into (comp.) Rājat.
vilabh

(H1) vi- √ labh [p= 985,1] [L=199606]
Ā. -labhate, to part asunder, separate KātyṠr. ;

to take away, remove (dung from a stable) Kṛshis. ;

to procure, bestow, grant, consign, hand over, deliver up Inscr. ; Kathās. ; Rājat. &c. ;

to choose, elect HPariṡ. : Caus. -lambhayati, to cause to receive or fall to the share of ( two acc.) Kathās. : Desid. -lipsate, to desire to divide or distribute ṠBr.

vivakṣā

(H1) vivakṣā [p= 986,2] [L=199916] f. ( fr. Desid. of √ vac) the wish or desire to speak or declare or teach or express Ṡaṃk. ; Sarvad. &c.
[p= 986,3] [L=199917] meaning, signification, sense, sense of (loc. or comp.) BhP. ; Pāṇ. Sch.
[p= 986,3] [L=199918] the (mere) wish or intention to speak, uncertainty, doubt, hesitation ("as to" comp.) MBh. ; R.
[p= 986,3] [L=199919] wish, desire W.
[p= 986,3] [L=199920] a question MW.
viṣayakāma

(H3) viṣaya--kāma [p= 997,2] [L=202041] m. desire of worldly goods or pleasures ib.
viṣayasneha

(H3) viṣaya--sneha [p= 997,2] [L=202074] m. desire for sensual objects Ragh.
vīta

(H2) vīta 1 [p= 1004,1] [L=203333] mfn. gone, approached &c.
[p= 1004,1] [L=203334] desired, liked, loved, pleasant RV. ; ṠāṅkhṠr.
[p= 1004,1] [L=203335] straight, smooth RV. iv, 2, 11 ; ix, 97, 17
[p= 1004,1] [L=203336] trained, quiet Rājat.
(H2B) vīta [p= 1004,1] [L=203338] n. a wish, desire TĀr.
(H2B) vīta [p= 1004,1] [L=203339] n. the driving or guiding of an elephant (with a goad) &c. Ṡiṡ. v, 47.
(H2) vī* ta 2 [p= 1004,2] [L=203351] mfn. gone away, departed, disappeared, vanished, lost ( often ibc. = free or exempt from, without, -less ) Up. ; Mn. ; MBh. &c.
(H2) vīta 3 [p= 1004,2] [L=203397] mfn. covered, hidden, concealed RV. (cf. kṛtsna-v°)
[p= 1004,2] [L=203398] covered or wrapped in, girt with (instr.) ib. BhP.
(H1) vīta 4 [p= 1005,1] [L=203518] mfn. ( prob. fr. √ vai ; for 1. 2. 3. vīta See under √1. 3. 4. vī) worn out, useless L.
(H1B) vīta [p= 1005,1] [L=203519] n. a useless horse or elephant L.
(H2) vīta a [p= 1041,2] [L=210346] See 3. vīta, [p= 1004,2].
vītakāma

(H3) vī* ta--kāma [p= 1004,2] [L=203353] mfn. free from desire W.
vītaspṛha

(H3) vī* ta--spṛha [p= 1004,2] [L=203389] mfn. free from wish or desire W.
vīpsā

(H2) vī* psā [p= 1005,2] [L=203557] f. "the desire of pervading" (with any property or quality simultaneously or continuously), several or successive order or series, distributiveness, repetition ( esp. repetition of words to imply continuous or successive action ; e.g. vṛkṣaṁ vṛkṣaṁ siñcati, he waters tree after tree ; mandam mandaṁ nudati pavanaḥ, "gently, gently breathes the wind" cf. Pāṇ. 8-1, 4 ; Vām. v, 2, 87 ), APrāt. ; Pāṇ. ; Ṡaṃk.
vṛṣasya

(H2) vṛṣasya [p= 1013,1] [L=205145] Nom. P. °yati, to desire the male, be in heat (said of human beings and animals) Mn. ; Bhaṭṭ. ; Kathās.
vṛṣāya

(H2) vṛṣāya [p= 1013,1] [L=205168]
( in Padap. °ṣaya) Nom. P. °yati, to cause any object (acc.) to rain RV. x, 98, 1 ;

Ā. °yate, to burn with sexual desire, be ruttish RV. ; Car. ;

to long or be eager for, advance upon (acc. dat., or loc.) RV. ;

to roar like a bull BhP.

vṛṣṭikāmanā

(H3) vṛṣṭi--kāmanā [p= 1013,1] [L=205191] n. f. desire of rain Jaim. Sch.
vena

(H2) vena [p= 1018,2] [L=206223] mf (ī) n. yearning, longing, eager, anxious, loving RV.
(H2B) vena [p= 1018,2] [L=206224] m. longing, desire, wish, care ib.
(H2B) vena [p= 1018,2] [L=206225] m. N. of the hymn RV. x, 123 ( beginning with ayaṁ venaḥ) ṠāṅkhBr.
(H2B) vena [p= 1018,2] [L=206226] m. = yajña Naigh. iii, 17
(H2B) vena [p= 1018,2] [L=206227] m. N. of a divine being of the middle region Naigh. v, 4 ; Nir. x, 38 ( also applied to indra, the Sun, prajā-pati, and a gandharva ; in AitBr. i, 20 connected with the navel )
(H2B) vena [p= 1018,2] [L=206228] m. of various men, (esp.) of the author of RV. ix, 85 ; x, 123 ( having the patr. bhārgava)
(H2B) vena [p= 1018,2] [L=206229] m. of a rājarṣi or royal ṛṣi ( father of pṛthu, and said to have perished through irreligious conduct and want of submissiveness to the Brahmans ; he is represented as having occasioned confusion of castes See Mn. vii, 41 ; ix, 66 ; 67 , and as founder of the race of niṣādas and dhīvaras ; according to the viṣṇu-purāṇa, vena was a son of aṅga and a descendant of the first manu ; a vena rāja-śravas is enumerated among the veda-vyāsas or arrangers of the veda ) MBh. ; Hariv. ; Pur.
(H2B) vena [p= 1018,2] [L=206230] m. v.l. for veṇa q.v.
venā

(H2B) venā [p= 1018,2] [L=206231] f. love, desire RV.
vevī

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(H1) vevī [p= 1019,1] [L=206348]
(cf. Intens. of √1. vī) cl.2 Ā. vevīte ( 3. pl. vevyate Pāṇ. 6-1, 6 Sch. ), to go ;

to pervade ;

to conceive ;

to desire ;

to throw ;

to eat Dhātup. xxiv, 69.

ves

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(H1) ves [p= 1019,3] [L=206532]
cl.1 P. vesati, to go, move Dhātup. xvii, 70 ;

to desire, love Naigh. ii, 6. ( cf.. also 1. vi, 2. ve, √1. vī. )

vaitṛṣṇya

(H1) vaitṛṣṇya [p= 1022,1] [L=206927] n. ( fr. vi-tṛṣṇa) quenching of thirst Mn. v, 128
[p= 1022,1] [L=206928] freedom from desire, indifference to (ifc.) MBh. ; BhP. ; Yogas. &c.
vyāsaṅga

(H2) vy-āsaṅga [p= 1039,2] [L=210102] m. excessive attachment, close adherence Bhartṛ. ; Mālatīm.
[p= 1039,2] [L=210103] devotion or addiction to, wish or desire of. longing or passion for (loc. or comp.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 1039,2] [L=210104] connection Kusum.
[p= 1039,2] [L=210105] addition W.
[p= 1039,2] [L=210106] detachment, separation ( in this and the next senses vi is privative ) W.
[p= 1039,2] [L=210107] separate attention, distraction (of thought) Nyāyas.
śaṁsā

(H2B) śaṁsā [p= 1044,1] [L=210847] f. praise, flattery, eulogium Kāv.
(H2B) śaṁsā [p= 1044,1] [L=210848] f. wish, desire W.
(H2B) śaṁsā [p= 1044,1] [L=210849] f. speech, utterance, announcement R.
śāntikāma

(H3) śānti--kāma [p= 1064,3] [L=215369] m. desire of tranquillity W.
(H3B) śānti--kāma [p= 1064,3] [L=215370] mfn. desirous of tranquillity ib.,
śikṣā

(H2B) śikṣā a [p= 1070,1] [L=216519] f. See below.
(H2) śikṣā b [p= 1070,1] [L=216527] f. desire of being able to effect anything, wish to accomplish Kir. xv, 37
[p= 1070,1] [L=216528] learning study knowledge, art, skill in (loc. or comp. ; śikṣayā or °kṣābhis, "skilfully, artistically, correctly") MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 1070,1] [L=216529] teaching, training ( held by Buddhists to be of three kinds, viz. adhicitta-śikṣā, training in the higher thought ; adhiśīla-ś°, training in the higher morality ; adhiprajñā-ś°, training in the higher learning Dharmas. 140 ), instruction, lesson, precept ṠāṅkhBr. ; TUp. &c.
[p= 1070,1] [L=216530] chastisement, punishment Nyāyam. Sch.
[p= 1070,1] [L=216531] the science which teaches proper articulation and pronunciation of Vedic texts ( one of the six vedā* ṅgas q.v.) Prāt. ; MuṇḍUp. &c.
[p= 1070,1] [L=216532] modesty, humility, diffidence W.
[p= 1070,1] [L=216533] (?) helping, bestowing, imparting (See śikṣā-nara)
[p= 1070,1] [L=216534] the plant Bignonia Indica L.
śikṣārasa

(H3) śikṣā--rasa [p= 1070,1] [L=216554] m. desire of acquiring skill in (loc.) Viddh.
śiśayiṣā

(H1) śiśayiṣā [p= 1076,1] [L=217972] f. ( fr. Desid. of √1. śī) desire to lie down or to sleep, sleepiness W.
śubha

(H2) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219620] mf (ā) n. splendid, bright, beautiful, handsome ( often f. voc., śubhe, "fair one!" in addressing a beautiful woman) Mn. ; MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 1083,2] [L=219621] pleasant, agreeable, suitable, fit, capable, useful, good (applied to persons and things) ib.
[p= 1083,2] [L=219622] auspicious, fortunate, prosperous ib.
[p= 1083,2] [L=219623] good (in moral sense), righteous, virtuous, honest ṠvetUp. ; Mn. &c.
[p= 1083,2] [L=219624] pure (as an action) Yājñ. Sch.
[p= 1083,2] [L=219625] eminent, distinguished W.
[p= 1083,2] [L=219626] learned, versed in the vedas ib.
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219627] m. water L.
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219628] m. the phenila tree ( Sapindus Detergens) L.
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219629] m. a he-goat L. ( prob. w.r. for stubha)
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219630] m. the 23rd of the astrol. Yogas, L.
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219631] m. N. of a man (cf. g. tikā*di) Kathās.
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219632] m. of a son of dharma BhP.
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219633] m. of an author Cat.
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219634] m. ( also f (ā) .) a city floating in the sky (cf. śaubha = vyomacāri-pura) MW.
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219636] m. desire
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219637] m. Prosopis Spicigera or Mimosa Suma
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219638] m. white dūrvā grass
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219639] m. = priyaṅgu
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219640] m. bamboo manna
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219641] m. a cow
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219642] m. the yellow pigment gorocanā
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219643] m. an assembly of the gods
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219644] m. a kind of metre
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219645] m. N. of a female friend and companion of the goddess umā
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219646] n. anything bright or beautiful &c.
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219647] n. beauty, charm, good fortune, auspiciousness, happiness, bliss, welfare, prosperity Kauṡ. ; Kāv. ; Kathās.
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219648] n. benefit, service, good or virtuous action Kāv. ; VarBṛS. ; Kathās.
(H2B) śubha [p= 1083,2] [L=219649] n. the wood of Cerasus Puddum L.
śubhakāmyā

(H3) śubha--kāmyā [p= 1083,2] [L=219657] f. desire of welfare L.
śuśrūṣaṇa

(H3) śuśrū° ṣaṇa [p= 1084,3] [L=219928] n. desire of hearing BhP.
[p= 1084,3] [L=219929] obedience, service, dutiful homage to (gen. dat. loc., or comp.) MBh. ; R. &c.
[p= 1084,3] [L=219930] (ifc.) attention to, maintenance of (fire) MBh.
śuśrūṣā

(H2) śuśrūṣā [p= 1084,3] [L=219931] f. desire or wish to hear Kām.
[p= 1084,3] [L=219932] obsequiousness, reverence, obedience, service ( said to be of five kinds ) (See śuśrūṣaka) Mn. ; MBh. &c.
[p= 1084,3] [L=219933] saying, speaking, telling L.
śṛṅga

(H1) śṛṅga [p= 1087,1] [L=220523] n. ( perhaps connected with śiras, śīrṣan ; ifc. f (ā or ī) .) the horn of an animal, a horn used for various purposes (as in drinking, for blowing, drawing blood from the skin &c. ) RV. &c.
[p= 1087,1] [L=220524] the tusk of an elephant R. ; Kām.
[p= 1087,1] [L=220525] the top or summit of a mountain, a peak, crag MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 1087,2] [L=220526] the summit of a building, pinnacle, turret ib.
[p= 1087,2] [L=220527] any peak or projection or lofty object, elevation, point, end, extremity AV. ; Kum. ; Gīt.
[p= 1087,2] [L=220528] a cusp or horn of the moon R. ; Hariv. ; VarBṛS.
[p= 1087,2] [L=220529] highest point, acme, height or perfection of anything Hariv. 6424
[p= 1087,2] [L=220530] the horn as a symbol of self reliance or strength or haughtiness Ragh.
[p= 1087,2] [L=220531] the rising of desire, excess of love or passion (cf. śṛṅgāra) Sāh.
[p= 1087,2] [L=220532] a partic. military array in the form of a horn or crescent MBh. vi, 2413
[p= 1087,2] [L=220533] a syringe, water-engine Ragh. ; Ṡiṡ.
[p= 1087,2] [L=220534] the female breast BhP.
[p= 1087,2] [L=220535] a lotus L.
[p= 1087,2] [L=220536] Agallochum L.
[p= 1087,2] [L=220537] a mark, token, sign L.
[p= 1087,2] [L=220538] = śaśaśṛṅga, "hare's horn", anything impossible or extra ordinary Kusum.
(H1B) śṛṅga [p= 1087,2] [L=220539] m. a kind of medicinal or poisonous plant L.
(H1B) śṛṅga [p= 1087,2] [L=220540] m. N. of a muni (of whom, in some parts of India, on occasions of drought, earthen images are said to be made and worshipped for rain) MW.
śṛṅgāra

(H2) śṛṅgāra [p= 1087,3] [L=220616] m. ( prob. connected with śṛṅga as vṛndāra with vṛnda) love (as "the horned" or "the strong one" ?), sexual passion or desire or enjoyment Kāv. ; Rājat. &c.
[p= 1087,3] [L=220617] ( in rhet.) the erotic sentiment ( one of the 8 or 10 rasas q.v. ; it has viṣṇu for its tutelary deity and black for its colour ; accord. to most authorities it is of two kinds, viz. sambhoga, "mutual enjoyment", and vipralambha, "deception, disappointment", to which by some is added as third a-yoga, "separation") Bhar. ; Daṡar. ; Sāh. &c.
[p= 1087,3] [L=220618] a dress suitable for amorous purposes, elegant dress, fine garments, finery Kāv. ; Pañcat. ; Kathās. &c.
[p= 1087,3] [L=220619] the ornaments on an elephant (esp. red marks on its head and trunk) L. (cf. -dhārin)
[p= 1087,3] [L=220620] any mark MW.
[p= 1087,3] [L=220621] ( also with bhaṭṭa) N. of various persons (esp. of a poet) Rājat. ; Cat.
(H2B) śṛṅgāra [p= 1087,3] [L=220623] n. ( only L. ) gold
(H2B) śṛṅgāra [p= 1087,3] [L=220624] n. red-lead
(H2B) śṛṅgāra [p= 1087,3] [L=220625] n. fragrant powder for the dress or person
(H2B) śṛṅgāra [p= 1087,3] [L=220626] n. cloves
(H2B) śṛṅgāra [p= 1087,3] [L=220627] n. undried ginger
(H2B) śṛṅgāra [p= 1087,3] [L=220628] n. black aloe-wood
(H2B) śṛṅgāra [p= 1087,3] [L=220629] mfn. handsome, pretty, dainty, fine MBh. ; R.
śṛṅgārajanman

(H3) śṛṅgāra--janman [p= 1087,3] [L=220639] m. "born from desire", N. of kāma (god of love) . L.
śobhā

(H2) śobhā [p= 1092,1] [L=221639] f. (ifc. f (ā) .) splendour, brilliance, lustre, beauty, grace, loveliness (kā śobhā with loc., "what beauty is there [in that]" i.e. "it has no beauty" ; śobhāṁ na- √kṛ, "to look bad or ugly" ; ifc. often = "splendid", "excellent" e.g. śaurya-śobhā, "splendid heroism" ; karma-śobhā, "a masterpiece") TS. &c.
[p= 1092,1] [L=221640] distinguished merit W.
[p= 1092,1] [L=221641] colour, hue VarBṛS. ; Mudr.
[p= 1092,1] [L=221642] wish, desire L.
[p= 1092,1] [L=221643] a kind of metre Col.
[p= 1092,1] [L=221644] turmeric L.
[p= 1092,1] [L=221645] the yellow pigment go-rocanā L.
śraddhā

(H2B) śrad-dhā a [p= 1095,3] [L=222328] f. See below
(H2) śrad- √ dhā b [p= 1095,3] [L=222332]
P. Ā. -dadhāti, -dhatte (pr. p. śraddadhat, śrad-dadhāna ; Ved. inf. śraddhe cf. śrat above ), to have faith or faithfulness, have belief or confidence, believe, be true or trustful ( with na, "to disbelieve" &c. ) RV. &c. ;

to credit, think anything true ( two acc.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to believe or have faith in or be true to ( with dat., and in later language with gen. of thing or person, or with loc. of thing ) RV. &c. ;

to expect anything (acc.) from (abl.) MBh. ;

to consent, assent to, approve, welcome ( with acc. ; with na, "to disapprove") Kathās. ;

to be desirous of (acc.), wish to (inf.) ib. BhP. : Caus. -dhāpayati, to make faithful, render trustful, inspire confidence RV. x, 151, 5.

(H2) śraddhā c [p= 1095,3] [L=222333] f. faith, trust, confidence, trustfulness, faithfulness, belief in (loc. or comp. ; śraddhayā- √gam, "to believe in", with gen. DivyĀv. ), trust, confidence, loyalty ( Faith or Faithfulnesses is often personified and in RV. x, 151 invoked as a deity ; in TBr. she is the daughter of prajā-pati, and in ṠBr. of the Sun ; in MBh. she is the daughter of dakṣa and wife of dharma ; in MārkP. she is the mother of kāma, and in BhP. the daughter of kardama and wife of aṅgiras or manu ) RV. &c.
[p= 1095,3] [L=222334] wish, desire ( śraddhayā ind. "willingly, gladly"), longing for (loc. acc. with prati inf., or comp.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 1095,3] [L=222335] desire of eating, appetite Suṡr.
[p= 1095,3] [L=222336] the longing of a pregnant woman Car.
[p= 1095,3] [L=222337] curiosity (śraddhām ākhyāhi nas tāvat, "just satisfy our curiosity and tell us") Kathās.
[p= 1095,3] [L=222338] purity L.
[p= 1095,3] [L=222339] respect, reverence W.
[p= 1095,3] [L=222340] calmness or composure of mind MW.
[p= 1095,3] [L=222341] intimacy ib.
[p= 1095,3] [L=222342] a term for the fem. nouns in ā Kāt.
[p= 1095,3] [L=222343] ( with kāmāyanī) N. of the authoress of RV. x, 151 (cf. above )
[p= 1095,3] [L=222344] du. ( with prajā-pateḥ) N. of two sāmans ĀrshBr.
(H1) śraddhā d [p= 1096,1] [L=222399] śrad-dadhāna &c. See [p= 1095,3].
śrava

(H1) śrava 1 [p= 1096,3] [L=222490] mfn. ( √1. śru) sounding VS.
(H1B) śrava [p= 1096,3] [L=222491] m. hearing (āt, "from hearsay", e, with gen., "within hearing of") MBh. ; Hariv.
(H1B) śrava [p= 1096,3] [L=222492] m. the ear VarBṛS. ; Kathās.
(H1B) śrava [p= 1096,3] [L=222493] m. the hypotenuse of a triangle Sūryas.
(H2) śrava 2 [p= 1096,3] [L=222494] in comp. for 1. śravas.
(H3) śrava a [p= 1096,3] [L=222495] m. desire of praising RV.
(H1) śrava 3 [p= 1097,2] [L=222626] śravaka &c. See srava &c.
(H2) śrava b [p= 1101,1] [L=223398] &c. See 1. śrava, [p= 1096,3].
śru

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 22.44
Whitney Roots links: śru
(H1) śru 1 [p= 1101,1] [p= 1100,3] [L=223393]
cl.5 P. ( Dhātup. xxii, 44 ) śṛṇoti ( Ved. and ep. also Ā. śṛṇute, and in RV. 3. sg. śṛṇve, 2. sg. °viṣe, 3. pl. °vire [cf. below ] ; Impv. śṛṇu, °ṇudhī and °ṇuhī pl. śṛṇutā, °ṇota and °ṇotana RV. ; pf. śuśrāva [ once in R. with pass. sense ], śuśruve [ 2. sg. śuśrotha, 1. pl. śuśruma, in Up. also °mas ; śuśravat, śuśrūyās RV. , p. śuśruvas q.v.] ; aor. Ved. aśravam, aśrot, 2. sg. śroṣi ; Subj. śravat, °vathaḥ ; [?] śruvam TĀr. ; Impv. śrudhī, śrotu RV. ; aśrauṣīt Br. &c. ; Subj. śroṣan Impv. śroṣantu RV. [cf. śroṣamāṇa] ; Prec. śrūyāsam AV. &c. ; fut. śrotā MBh. ; śroṣyati, °te Br. &c. ; inf. śrotum MBh. &c. ; ind.p. śrutvā RV. &c. ; -śrutya AV. &c. ; śrāvam GṛṠrS. &c. ), to hear, listen or attend to anything (acc.), give ear to any one (acc. or gen.), hear or learn anything about (acc.) or from (abl. gen. instr., mukhāt or śakāśāt), or that anything is ( two acc.) RV. &c. ;

to hear (from a teacher), study, learn ṠrS. ; MBh. &c. ;

to be attentive, be obedient, obey MBh. ; R. &c. : Pass. śrūyate ( ep. also °ti ; and in RV. śṛṇve &c. [cf. above ] with pass. meaning ; aor. aśrāvi, śrāvi), to be heard or perceived or learnt about (acc.) or from (gen. abl. or mukhāt ; in later language often 3. sg. śrūyate impers. "it is heard", "one hears or learns or reads in a book", = "it is said", "it is written in ( withloc.) " ; Impv. śrūyatām, "let it be heard" = "listen!") RV. &c. ;

to be celebrated or renowned, be known as, pass for, be called (nom.) RV. ;

to be heard or learnt (from a teacher) Pañcat. ;

to be taught or stated (in a book) Sarvad. ;

to be heard i.e. pronounced or employed (as a sound or word) TPrāt. Sch. : Caus. śrāvayati ( ep. also °te, in RV. also śravayati ; aor. aśuśravi, °vuḥ RV. ; aśuśruvat Br. ; aśiśravat Gr. ; Pass. śrāvyate See below ), to cause to be heard or learnt, announce, proclaim, declare RV. &c. ;

to cause to hear, inform, instruct, communicate, relate, tell ( with acc. of thing, and acc. gen., or dat. of pers., or with instr. in sense of "through") Mn. ; MBh. &c. : Pass. of Caus. śrāvyate, to be informed of (acc.) MBh. &c. : Desid. śuśrūṣate ( Pāṇ. 1-3, 57 ; ep. or mc. also °ti ; Pass. śuśrūṣyate), to wish or like to hear (acc.), desire to attend or listen to (dat.) RV. &c. ;

to attend upon, serve, obey (acc., rarely gen.) Mn. ; MBh. &c. : Caus. of Desid. śuśrūṣayati, to wait upon, be at the service of (acc.) Kull. on Mn. ii, 243 : Desid. of Caus. śiśrāvayiṣati or śuśrāvayiṣati Gr.: Intens. śośrūyate, śośravīti, śośroti Gr. ( [ cf. Gk. κλύω, κλῦθι = śrudhi, κλυτός = śruta &c. ; Lat. cluo, in-clutus ; Slav. sluti ; Germ. laut ; Eng. loud. ] )

(H1) śru 2 [p= 1102,1] [L=223665] ( only in śruvat ; generally an incorrect form of √ sru), to dissolve into parts, burst asunder RV. i, 127, 3.
ślāghā

(H2) ślāghā [p= 1104,1] [L=224017] f. vaunt, boasting MBh. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 134 )
[p= 1104,1] [L=224018] flattery, praise, commendation MBh. ; Kāv. &c. (cf. Pāṇ. 1-4, 34 ; Kāṡ. )
[p= 1104,1] [L=224019] pleasure or delight in anything Jātakam.
[p= 1104,1] [L=224020] service, obedience L.
[p= 1104,1] [L=224021] wish, desire L.
saṁrambha

(H2) saṁ-rambha [p= 1113,1] [L=225824] m. (ifc. f (ā) .) the act of grasping or taking hold of. MBh. iv, 1056 (C.)
[p= 1113,1] [L=225825] vehemence, impetuosity, agitation, flurry MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 1113,1] [L=225826] excitement, zeal, eagerness, enthusiasm, ardent desire for or to ( inf, or comp.) Kāv. ; Rājat.
[p= 1113,1] [L=225827] anger, fury, wrath against (loc. or upari with gen.) Mn. ; MBh. &c.
[p= 1113,1] [L=225828] angriness (i.e.) inflammation or irritation of a sore or wound Suṡr.
[p= 1113,1] [L=225829] pride, arrogance W.
[p= 1113,1] [L=225830] intensity, high degree (ibc.= "intensely") Kāv. ; Kathās.
[p= 1113,1] [L=225831] the brunt (of battle) Rājat.
[p= 1113,1] [L=225832] beginning (= ā-rambha) MW.
saṁlapanoṣṇatā

(H3) saṁ-lapa° no* ṣṇatā [p= 1113,3] [L=225931] f. desire of talking much Suṡr.
saṁvāñch

(H1) saṁ- √ vāñch [p= 1115,1] [L=226154] P. -vāñchati, to long for, wish, desire Bhaṭṭ.
saṁvega

(H2) saṁ-vega a [p= 1115,1] [L=226172] m. violent agitation, excitement, flurry MBh. ; Kathās.
[p= 1115,1] [L=226173] vehemence, intensity, high degree Uttarar. ; Rājat.
[p= 1115,1] [L=226174] desire of emancipation HPariṡ.
(H1) saṁ-vega b [p= 1117,1] [L=226473] saṁ-vejana See saṁ- √vij.
saṁspṛh

(H1) saṁ- √ spṛh [p= 1122,1] [L=227312] P. -spṛhayati, to desire eagerly (acc.) BhP.
sakaṇṭaka

(H3) sa--kaṇṭaka [p= 1123,3] [L=227611] mf (ā) n. having thorns, thorny, prickly, Cāṇ.
[p= 1123,3] [L=227612] troublesome, perilous W.
[p= 1123,3] [L=227613] having the hairs of the body erected, thrilled with joy or desire Kathās.
[p= 1123,3] [L=227614] having pointed splinters MBh. (v.l.)
[p= 1123,3] [L=227615] accompanied with bones (said of fish) Pat.
(H3B) sa--kaṇṭaka [p= 1123,3] [L=227616] m. Guilandina Bonduc L.
(H3B) sa--kaṇṭaka [p= 1123,3] [L=227617] m. Blyxa Octandra L.
sakūti

(H3) sa--kūti [p= 1124,1] [L=227694] (sa-) mfn. full of desire, enamoured TBr.
saṁkalpa

(H1) saṁ-kalpa a [p= 1125,3] [L=227982] &c. See saṁ- √kḷp.
(H2) saṁ-kalpa b [p= 1126,3] [L=228150] m. (ifc. f (ā) .) conception or idea or notion formed in the mind or heart, (esp.) will, volition, desire, purpose, definite intention or determination or decision or wish for ( with loc. dat., or ifc.), sentiment, conviction, persuasion
[p= 1126,3] [L=228151] (ibc. often = "intentionally", "purposely", "on purpose", "according to will", &c. ; acc. with √ kṛ, "to form a resolution, make up one's mind") AV. &c.
[p= 1126,3] [L=228152] idea or expectation of any advantage W.
[p= 1126,3] [L=228153] a solemn vow or determination to perform any ritual observance, declaration of purpose (e.g. a declaration by a widow of her intention to burn herself with her deceased husband ) W.
[p= 1126,3] [L=228154] the Will personified (as a son of saṁ-kalpā and brahmā) Hariv. ; MārkP.
saṁkalpakulmala

(H3) saṁ-kalpa--kulmala [p= 1126,3] [L=228157] (°pa-) mfn. (an arrow) whose neck (See kulmala) is (formed by) desire AV.
saṁkalpaja

(H3) saṁ-kalpa--ja [p= 1126,3] [L=228160] mfn. produced from self-will or desire or idea of advantage Mn. ; Yājñ.
[p= 1126,3] [L=228161] produced from mere will Kum. Sch.
(H3B) saṁ-kalpa--ja [p= 1126,3] [L=228162] m. "mind-born, heart-born", wish, desire BhP.
(H3B) saṁ-kalpa--ja [p= 1126,3] [L=228163] m. love or the god of love MBh.
saṁkalpajanman

(H3) saṁ-kalpa--janman [p= 1126,3] [L=228164] mfn. born from desire Kathās.
[p= 1126,3] [L=228165] love or the god of love Vas. ; Kād.
saṁkalpaprabhava

(H3) saṁ-kalpa--prabhava [p= 1126,3] [L=228168] mfn. born from desire MBh.
saṁkalpamūla

(H3) saṁ-kalpa--mūla [p= 1126,3] [L=228171] mfn. rooted or based on some idea or desire of advantage Mn. ii, 3.
saṁkalpayoni

(H3) saṁ-kalpa--yoni [p= 1126,3] [L=228172] mfn. having source or origin in (mere) will or desire, Prabh.
(H3B) saṁ-kalpa--yoni [p= 1126,3] [L=228173] m. love or the god of love Kālid.
saṁkalpana

(H3) saṁ-° kalpana [p= 1126,3] [L=228190] n. ( or f (ā) .) purpose, wish, desire ṠvetUp. ; BhP.
saṁkalpanāmaya

(H4) saṁ-° kalpanā-° maya [p= 1126,3] [L=228191] mf (ī) n. proceeding from purpose or desire BhP.
saṁjughukṣā

(H2) saṁ-jughukṣā [p= 1129,1] [L=228557] f. ( fr. Desid.) the wish to conceal or cover well, desire of hiding W.
saṁgrah

(H1) saṁ- √ grah [p= 1129,2] [L=228613]
( or √ grabh) P. Ā. -gṛhṇāti, -gṛhṇīte ( Ved. generally -gṛbhṇāti, -gṛbhṇīte), to seize or hold together, take or lay hold of. grab, grasp, gripe, clasp, clench, snatch RV. &c. ;

to take, receive (kindly or hospitably), encourage, support, favour, protect Hit. ; BhP. ;

to seize on, attack (as an illness) MBh. ;

to apprehend, conceive, understand BhP. ;

to carry off ib. &c. ;

to gather together, assemble, collect, compile ib. &c. ;

to include, comprehend, contain Gaut. ; Pat. ;

to draw together, contract, make narrower, abridge ṠBr. ;

to draw together (a bow in order to unstring it) MBh. ;

to hold in, restrain, check, govern MBh. ;

to constrain, force Mn. viii, 48 ;

to keep together, close, shut (as the mouth) KātyṠr. ;

to concentrate (the mind) BhP. ;

to take in marriage, marry ib. ;

to mention, name ib. ;

Caus. -grāhayati, to cause to grasp or take hold of or receive or comprehend or understand, impart, communicate ( with acc. of thing and acc. or dat. of person ) Car. ; BhP. : Desid. jighṛkṣati, to wish to take hold of &c. ;

to wish to collect MBh. ;

to wish to take in marriage, desire to marry Daṡ.

saṁgrabh

(H1) saṁ-grabh a [p= 1129,2] [L=228610] See saṁ- √grah, col.2.
(H1) saṁ- √ grabh b [p= 1129,2] [L=228613.1]
( or √ grah) P. Ā. -gṛhṇāti, -gṛhṇīte ( Ved. generally -gṛbhṇāti, -gṛbhṇīte), to seize or hold together, take or lay hold of. grab, grasp, gripe, clasp, clench, snatch RV. &c. ;

to take, receive (kindly or hospitably), encourage, support, favour, protect Hit. ; BhP. ;

to seize on, attack (as an illness) MBh. ;

to apprehend, conceive, understand BhP. ;

to carry off ib. &c. ;

to gather together, assemble, collect, compile ib. &c. ;

to include, comprehend, contain Gaut. ; Pat. ;

to draw together, contract, make narrower, abridge ṠBr. ;

to draw together (a bow in order to unstring it) MBh. ;

to hold in, restrain, check, govern MBh. ;

to constrain, force Mn. viii, 48 ;

to keep together, close, shut (as the mouth) KātyṠr. ;

to concentrate (the mind) BhP. ;

to take in marriage, marry ib. ;

to mention, name ib. ;

Caus. -grāhayati, to cause to grasp or take hold of or receive or comprehend or understand, impart, communicate ( with acc. of thing and acc. or dat. of person ) Car. ; BhP. : Desid. jighṛkṣati, to wish to take hold of &c. ;

to wish to collect MBh. ;

to wish to take in marriage, desire to marry Daṡ.

sajātavanasyā

(H3) sa-jāta--vanasyā [p= 1131,2] [L=229012] f. "desire of dominion over kindred or countrymen", N. of a partic. verse TS. ; ĀṡvṠr.
saṅga

(H2) saṅga [p= 1132,3] [L=229249] m. (ifc. f (ā or ī) . ) sticking, clinging to, touch, contact with (loc. or comp.) TS. &c.
[p= 1132,3] [L=229250] relation to, association or intercourse with (gen. instr. with and without saha loc., or comp.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 1132,3] [L=229251] addiction or devotion to, propensity for, (esp.) worldly or selfish attachment or affection, desire, wish, cupidity Mn. ; MBh. &c.
[p= 1132,3] [L=229252] ( with atreḥ) N. of a sāman Br.
saṅgakara

(H3) saṅga--kara [p= 1132,3] [L=229253] mfn. causing attachment or desire Sarvad.
saṅgatyāga

(H3) saṅga--tyāga [p= 1132,3] [L=229256] m. abandonment of attachment or desire Bhartṛ.
saṅgin

(H2) saṅgin [p= 1133,1] [L=229262] mfn. hanging on, sticking in, clinging or adhering to (comp.) Kāv. ; Kathās.
[p= 1133,1] [L=229263] coming into contact with, touching (comp.) MārkP.
[p= 1133,1] [L=229264] attached or devoted or addicted to, fond of, intent on, connected with (gen. loc., or comp.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 1133,1] [L=229265] full of affection or desire, worldly, licentious Pur. ; Kathās.
[p= 1133,1] [L=229266] continuous, uninterrupted Kir.
sadaikarasa

(H3) sadai* ka-rasa [p= 1139,3] [L=230829] mfn. having always only one object of desire NṛsUp.
saṁdhā

(H1) saṁ- √ dhā a [p= 1144,2] [L=231587]
P. Ā. -dadhāti, -dhatte ( ep. 1. pl. pr. -dadhāmahe = -dadhmahe ; pr.p. -dhāna = -dadhāna ; inf. -dhitum = -dhātum), to place or hold or put or draw or join or fasten or fix or sew together, unite ( with akṣīṇi, "to close the eyes" ; with vraṇam, "to heal a wound" ; with manas, "to compose the mind" ; with mitra-dhitāni, "to conclude an alliance" ; with vācam, "to hold or interchange conversation"), to combine, connect with (instr.) RV. &c. ;

(Ā.) to bring together, reconcile Mn. ; MBh. ;

to be reconciled, agree with (instr., rarely acc.), PañcavBr. &c. ;

to mend, restore, redress AitBr. ; ChUp. &c. ;

to lay down on or in (loc.), fix on ( esp. an arrow on a bow, with instr. or with loc. e.g. dhanuḥ śareṇa, or śaraṁ dhanuṣi, "to take aim" ; generally Ā.) MBh. ; R. ; Hariv. ;

(Ā.) to direct towards (tataḥ) Ragh. ;

to aim at (?) RV. v, 54, 2 ;

to involve in (loc.) RV. i, 165, 6 ;

to confer on (loc.), grant, yield, bestow ( with nāma and gen., "to give a name to" ; Ā. with śraddhām and loc., "to place credence in" ; with sāhāyyam, "to afford assistance") MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to cause, inflict MBh. ; Kir. ;

(Ā.) to be a match for, hold out against (acc.) Pañcat. ;

to comprehend MBh. ;

(Ā.) to use, employ (instr.) MBh. iv, 964 : Pass. -dhīyate, to be put together or joined or connected &c. ;

to be placed or held in (loc.) RV. i, 168, 3 ;

to become possessed of (instr.) AitBr. : Desid. -dhitsati, to wish to place or join together, desire to repair ṠBr.

(H2B) saṁ-dhā b [p= 1144,2] [L=231592] f. See below.
(H2) saṁ-dhā c [p= 1144,2] [L=231595] f. intimate union, compact, agreement AV. ; TS. ; Gobh.
[p= 1144,2] [L=231596] a promise, vow Ragh.
[p= 1144,2] [L=231597] intention, design Daṡ.
[p= 1144,2] [L=231598] mixture, preparation of a beverage &c. L.
[p= 1144,2] [L=231599] a boundary, limit Campak.
[p= 1144,2] [L=231600] fixed state, condition (= sthiti) L.
[p= 1144,2] [L=231601] often w.r. for saṁdhyā (q.v.)
sapulaka

(H3) sa--pulaka [p= 1148,3] [L=232314] mfn. having bristling hairs, thrilled with joy or desire ( am ind. ) Amar. ; Gīt.
saphalaprārthana

(H3) sa-phala---prā* rthana [p= 1151,1] [L=232807] mfn. one whose desire is fulfilled Vikr.
samākāṅkṣ

(H1) sam-ā- √ kāṅkṣ [p= 1158,3] [L=234011] P. -kāṅkṣati, to long or hope for, desire MBh.
samāgamaprārthanā

(H3) sam-āgama---prā* rthanā [p= 1159,1] [L=234074] f. the desire of association MW.
samāgamamanoratha

(H3) sam-āgama---manoratha [p= 1159,1] [L=234075] m. the desire of union Vikr.
samādhā

(H1) sam-ā- √ dhā a [p= 1159,3] [L=234138]
P. Ā. -dadhāti, -dhatte, to place or put or hold or fix together ṠBr. ; MBh. &c. ;

to compose, set right, repair, put in order, arrange, redress, restore MBh. ; Hit. ;

to put to, add, put on (esp. fuel on the fire) AV. ; ṠBr. ; R. ;

to kindle, stir (fire) ṠBr. ;

to place, set, lay, fix, direct, settle, adjust ( with astram, "to adjust an arrow" ; with garbham, "to impregnate" ; with savituḥ, "to lay in the sun" ; with dṛṣṭim, cittam, cetas, matim, manas, "to direct or fix the eyes or mind upon [loc.] " ; with matim, "to settle in one's mind, resolve", "make up one's mind" [ followed by iti] ; with ātmānam, or manas, "to collect the thoughts or concentrate the mind in meditation &c. " ; without an acc. - "to be absorbed in meditation or prayer") RV. &c. ;

to impose upon (loc.) MBh. ;

to entrust or commit to (loc.) ib. ;

to establish in (loc.) Ragh. ;

to effect, cause, produce Hariv. ;

( in the following meanings only Ā.) to take to or upon one's self. conceive (in the womb), put on (a garment or dress), assume (a shape), undergo (effort), show, exhibit, display MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to devote one's self entirely to, give one's self up to (acc.) R. ; Hariv. &c. ( once in Bhaṭṭ. P.) ;

to lay down as settled, settle, establish, prove, declare, Kap. Sch. ;

to admit, grant Kull. on Mn. viii, 54 : Desid. -dhitsati, to wish to put together, desire to collect the thoughts MBh. xii, 9586.

(H2) sam-ādhā b [p= 1159,3] [L=234139] m. ( only L. ) putting together, adjusting, settling, reconciling, clearing up difficulties &c.
[p= 1159,3] [L=234140] completion, accomplishment.
samādhitsā

(H3) sam-° ādhitsā [p= 1160,1] [L=234191] f. ( fr. Desid.) desire of settling or adjusting KātyṠr. Sch.
samāp

(H1) sam- √ āp [p= 1161,1] [L=234383]
P. -āpnoti, to acquire or obtain completely, gain AV. ; MBh. &c. ;

to accomplish, fulfil ṠBr. ; KātyṠr. ;

to reach AV. : Caus. āpayati, to cause to gain or obtain completely ṠBr. ;

to bring to an end, finish, complete, conclude Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to put an end to, put to death, destroy ( with or scil. atmānam "one's self") Āpast. ; Kathās. ; BhP. : Desid. of Caus. -āpipayithati, to wish or try to accomplish ṠBr. : Desid. -ipsati, to wish to obtain or reach or accomplish, wish for, desire ib.

samāśaṁs

(H1) sam-ā- √ śaṁs [p= 1163,1] [L=234658]
P. Ā. -śaṁsati, °te, (P.) to adjudge, assign anything to (dat.) RV. ;

(Ā.) to trust or confide in (acc.) MBh. ;

to wish or long for, desire MW.

samīkṣā

(H2B) sam-īkṣā [p= 1164,3] [L=234955] f. thorough or close inspection, perceiving, beholding (dat. "within the range of any one's [gen.] sight") Āpast.
(H2B) sam-īkṣā [p= 1164,3] [L=234956] f. desire or wish to see MBh.
(H2B) sam-īkṣā [p= 1164,3] [L=234957] f. a glance BhP.
(H2B) sam-īkṣā [p= 1164,3] [L=234958] f. view, opinion in regard to ( with prati) MBh.
(H2B) sam-īkṣā [p= 1164,3] [L=234959] f. deep insight, understanding, intellect BhP.
(H2B) sam-īkṣā [p= 1164,3] [L=234960] f. investigation, search W.
(H2B) sam-īkṣā [p= 1164,3] [L=234961] f. the mīmāṁsā philosophy or any work examining or explaining Vedic ritual ib.
(H2B) sam-īkṣā [p= 1165,1] [L=234962] f. essential nature or truth or principle (= tattva q.v.) ib.
(H2B) sam-īkṣā [p= 1165,1] [L=234963] f. effort ib.
samīh

(H1) sam- √ īh [p= 1165,2] [L=235028] Ā. -īhate (pr. p. -īhat), to strive after, wish for, desire, endeavour to gain (acc.) VS. ; &c. &c.
samīhā

(H2) sam-īhā [p= 1165,2] [L=235030] f. striving after, longing for, wish, desire MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
samīhita

(H3) sam-° īhita [p= 1165,2] [L=235031] mfn. longed or wished for, desired, striven after, undertaken R. ; Bhartṛ. ; Pañcat.
(H3B) sam-° īhita [p= 1165,2] [L=235032] n. great effort to obtain anything, desire, longing, wish Kāv. ; Kathās. ; Hit.
samutsukatā

(H3) sam-utsuka--tā [p= 1166,3] [L=235202] f. desire, longing Daṡ.
sampipādayiṣā

(H2) sam-pipādayiṣā [p= 1172,2] [L=236056] f. ( fr. Desid.) the wish to bring about or accomplish Yogas. Sch.
[p= 1172,2] [L=236057] the desire to make fit or appropriate Ṡaṃk.
sampṝ

(H1) sam- √ pṝ [p= 1173,2] [L=236211]
Pass. -pūryate, to be completely filled, become quite full ṠBr. : Caus. pūrayati to fill completely, make full Pañcat. ; Kathās. ;

to complete (a number) Lāṭy. ;

to fill (with noise) MBh. ;

to fulfil (a desire) Kathās.

sampūrṇakāma

(H3) sam-pūrṇa---kāma [p= 1173,2] [L=236225] mfn. filled with desire Kum.
sampūrṇaspṛha

(H3) sam-pūrṇa---spṛha [p= 1173,3] [L=236239] mfn. one whose desire is fulfilled ( -tā f. ) Sāh.
sammati

(H3) sam-° mati [p= 1180,1] [L=237107] f. sameness of opinion, harmony, agreement, approval, approbation ĀṡvṠr. ; Prab. ; Hit.
[p= 1180,1] [L=237108] opinion, view Siddh.
[p= 1180,1] [L=237109] respect, homage R. ; Kir.
[p= 1180,1] [L=237110] wish, desire L.
[p= 1180,1] [L=237111] self-knowledge L.
[p= 1180,1] [L=237112] regard, affection, love W.
[p= 1180,1] [L=237113] order, command ib.
[p= 1180,1] [L=237114] N. of a river VP.
(H3B) sam-° mati [p= 1180,1] [L=237115] mfn. being of the same opinion, agreeing g. driḍhā*di ( -man m. ib.)
(H3B) sam-° mati [p= 1180,1] [L=237116] m. N. of a son of harṣa VP.
sarasa

(H2) sarasa a [p= 1182,2] [L=237554] n. ( for sa-rasa See s.v.) = saras, a lake, pond, pool (See jala-, deva-, and maṇḍūka-s°) .
(H3) sa--rasa b [p= 1183,2] [L=237722] &c. See s.v.
(H1) sa-rasa c [p= 1183,3] [L=237798] mf (ā) n. ( for sarasa See [p= 1182,2] ) containing sap, juicy, pithy, potent, powerful TS. ; Br. ; GṛṠrS. ; Megh.
[p= 1183,3] [L=237799] moist, wet Hariv. ; Kāv. ; Kathās.
[p= 1183,3] [L=237800] fresh, new Mālav. ; Ṡiṡ. ; Sāh.
[p= 1183,3] [L=237801] tasty, tasting like (comp.) Kathās.
[p= 1183,3] [L=237802] elegant, beautiful, charming, gracious Kāv. ; Kathās.
[p= 1183,3] [L=237803] expressive of poetical sentiment (See rasa)
[p= 1183,3] [L=237804] passionate, impassioned, enamoured, full of love or desire ib.
sarvakāmavara

(H4) sarva--kāma---vara [p= 1185,1] [L=238143] m. "best of all objects of desire", N. of śiva MBh.
sarvakāmasamṛddha

(H4) sarva--kāma---samṛddha [p= 1185,1] [L=238144] mfn. amply stocked with all desired objects, fulfilling every desire ib.
(H4B) sarva--kāma---samṛddha [p= 1185,1] [L=238145] m. See sārvakāma-s°.
sarvakāmya

(H3) sarva--kāmya 1 [p= 1185,1] [L=238151] Nom. P. °yati, to wish for everything Pat.
(H3) sarva--kāmya 2 [p= 1185,1] [L=238152] mfn. loved by all Pañcar.
[p= 1185,1] [L=238153] to be wished for by every one, having everything one can desire MW.
[p= 1185,1] [L=238154] w.r. for -kāma MBh.
saspṛha

(H3) sa--spṛha [p= 1192,2] [L=239900] mfn. filled with desire or longing, longing for, desirous of (loc. or inf.), Ratnāv.
[p= 1192,2] [L=239901] expressing a desire Kād.
sahasrākṣa

(H3) sahasrā* kṣa [p= 1196,2] [L=240759] mfn. thousand-eyed RV. ; VS. ; TS. &c.
[p= 1196,2] [L=240760] all-perceiving, all-inspecting W.
(H3B) sahasrā* kṣa [p= 1196,2] [L=240761] m. N. of indra ( so called from the curse of gautama who detecting indra in a desire to seduce his wife ahalyā covered him with a thousand marks of the female organ, afterwards changed to eyes ; a different legend is in Rām. i, 48 ) MBh. ; Kāv. ; Pur.
(H3B) sahasrā* kṣa [p= 1196,2] [L=240762] m. of indra in the 9th manv-antara MārkP.
(H3B) sahasrā* kṣa [p= 1196,2] [L=240763] m. of puruṣa MW.
(H3B) sahasrā* kṣa [p= 1196,2] [L=240764] m. of viṣṇu ib.
(H3B) sahasrā* kṣa [p= 1196,2] [L=240765] m. of Fire and rudra ib.
(H3B) sahasrā* kṣa [p= 1196,2] [L=240766] m. of śiva ib.
(H3B) sahasrā* kṣa [p= 1196,2] [L=240767] m. a clear sky VarBṛS.
(H3B) sahasrā* kṣa [p= 1196,2] [L=240768] m. N. of a partic. mantra Baudh.
(H3B) sahasrā* kṣa [p= 1196,2] [L=240769] m. or n. (?) of a place Cat.
(H3B) sahasrā* kṣa [p= 1196,2] [L=240770] m. of wk.
sākāṅkṣa

(H1) sā* kāṅkṣa [p= 1197,3] [L=240978] mfn. having a wish or desire, wishing, desirous, longing ( am ind. "longingly") Kāv. ; Hit.
[p= 1197,3] [L=240979] requiring a complement, correlative Pāṇ. ; Sāh.
[p= 1197,3] [L=240980] having significance MW. =
sādh

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 26.71, 27.16
Whitney Roots links: sādh
(H1) sādh 1 [p= 1201,1] [p= 1200,3] [L=241500]
( connected with √2. sidh) cl.1 P. Ā. sādati, °te ;

accord. to Dhātup. xxvi, 71 and xxvii, 16 , cl.4. sādhyati, cl.5. sādhnoti ( in JaimBr. also sadhnoti ; pf. sasādha ; aor. asātsīt ; fut. sāddhā, sātsyati ; inf. sāddhum, in later language sādhitum ; Ved. inf. sadhase q.v.), to go straight to any goal or aim, attain an object, to be successful, succeed, prosper RV. ;

to bring straight to an object or end, further, promote, advance, accomplish, complete, finish ib. ;

to submit or agree to, obey ib. ;

(sādhyati) to be completed or accomplished Dhātup. : Caus. sādhayati ( mc. also °te ; aor. asīṣadhat ; Ved. also sīṣadhati, °dhaḥ, °dhema, °dhātu ; Pass. sādhyate MBh. &c. ), to straighten, make straight (a path) RV. ;

to guide straight or well, direct or bring to a goal ib. ;

to master, subdue, overpower, conquer, win, win over RV. &c. ;

to summon, conjure up (a god or spirit) Kathās. ;

(in law) to enforce payment, recover (a debt), collect (taxes) Mn. ; Yājñ. &c. ;

to subdue a disease, set right, heal, cure Suṡr. ;

to bring to an end or conclusion, complete, make perfect, bring about, accomplish, effect, fulfil, execute, practice ( with vākyam, "to execute any one's [gen.] order " ; with naiṣkarmyam, "to practise inactivity" ; with marum, "to practise abstinence" ; with mantram, "to practise the recitation of spells") GṛṠrS. ; Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to attain one's object, be successful MBh. iii, 1441 ;

to produce, make, render ( two acc.) Ṡak. ; BhP. ;

to establish a truth, substantiate, prove, demonstrate Tattvas. ; Sarvad. ;

to make ready, prepare MBh. ;

to gain, obtain, acquire, procure ṠBr. &c. ;

to find out (by calculation), Gaṇit. ;

to grant, bestow, yield MBh. ; Kāv. &c. ;

to put or place in (loc.) BhP. ;

to set out, proceed, go ( in dram. accord. to Sāh. = √ gam) MBh. ; Kāv. &c. : Desid. of Caus. siṣādhayiṣati or sisādhayiṣati, to desire to establish or prove Sāh. ; Sarvad. : Desid. siṣātsati Gr.: Intens., sāsādhyate, sāsdidhi ib.

(H2) sādh 2 [p= 1201,1] [L=241501] (ifc.) accomplishing, performing (See yajña-sādh) .
sābhilāṣa

(H1) sā* bhilāṣa [p= 1204,3] [L=242174] mf (ā) n. having a desire or longing for (loc. acc. with prati, or comp. ; am ind. ) Ṡak. ; Kathās. ; MārkP.
sārvakāmya

(H3) sārva--kāmya [p= 1210,1] [L=243229] a. ( fr. id.) fulfilment of every desire Jaim.
sāśaṁsa

(H1) sā* śaṁsa [p= 1211,3] [L=243516] mfn. having desire, desirous, hopeful ( am ind. "wishfully", "hopefully") Mṛcch. ; Kālid. ; Kir.
sisikṣā

(H1) sisikṣā [p= 1218,1] [L=245029] f. ( fr. √ sic) the desire of sprinkling or watering Ṡiṡ.
sukṣetriyā

(H3) su--kṣetriyā [p= 1220,3] [L=245594] f. ( the same form for instr.) desire of good fields RV.
sukhalipsā

(H3) sukha--lipsā [p= 1221,2] [L=245755] f. desire of attaining pleasure or happiness MW.
sukhābhilāṣa

(H3) sukhā* bhilāṣa [p= 1221,3] [L=245851] m. desire of pleasure MW.
sukhecchā

(H3) sukhe* cchā [p= 1222,1] [L=245894] f. hope or desire of happiness W.
sugātuyā

(H3) su--gātuyā [p= 1222,3] [L=246087] f. ( the same form for instr.) desire of welfare or prosperity RV.
suvena

(H3) su--vena [p= 1234,1] [L=249204] mf (ī) n. full of longing or desire RV.
suṣupsā

(H1) suṣupsā a [p= 1238,1] [L=250320] f. ( fr. Desid. of √ svap) desire of sleeping, sleepiness MBh. ; Naish.
(H2) suṣupsā b [p= 1280,2] [L=258953] See p.1238 col.1.
sotka

(H1) so* tka [p= 1248,3] [L=252562] mf (ā) n. full of desire or longing Ṛtus. ; Kathās.
sotkaṇṭha

(H1) so* tkaṇṭha [p= 1248,3] [L=252563] mf (ā) n. having an ardent desire, ardently longing for (prati) Rājat.
[p= 1248,3] [L=252564] bewailing, regretting, grieving at (comp.) Kathās.
sopādhi

(H1) so* pā* dhi [p= 1249,2] [L=252677] mfn. restricted by some condition or limitation or stipulation, qualified, by some condition (as liberality by the desire of receiving something in return) MW.
[p= 1249,2] [L=252678] having some peculiar attribute or distinguishing title ib.
(H1C) so* pā* dhi [p= 1249,2] [L=252679] ind. with limitations, conditionally.
strīkāma

(H3) strī--kāma [p= 1260,3] [L=254938] mfn. (strī-) desirous or fond of women TS. ; AitBr. &c. (-tama, superl. Āpast. . )
[p= 1260,3] [L=254938.1] desirous of female offspring ĀṡvGṛ.
(H3B) strī--kāma [p= 1260,3] [L=254938.2] m. desire for women or for a wife MW.
strīya

(H2) strīya [p= 1261,2] [L=255134] Nom. P. °yati, to desire a woman or wife, Ṡāntiṡ.
spardhā

(H2B) spardhā a [p= 1268,2] [L=256524] f. See below.
(H2) spardhā b [p= 1268,2] [L=256528] f. emulation, rivalry, envy, competition for or with (instr. with and without saha gen. loc., or comp. ; °dhayā, "in rivalry or emulation") MBh. ; R. &c.
[p= 1268,2] [L=256529] desire for (comp.) Bhartṛ. (v.l.)
spṛh

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 35.19
Whitney Roots links: spṛh
(H1) spṛh 1 [p= 1269,2] [L=256712]
( connected with √ spardh, spṛdh) cl.10 P. ( Dhātup. xxxv, 19 ) spṛhayati ( mc. also °te ; pr. p. spṛhayat or spṛhayamāṇa, once in Āpast. spṛhantī ; pf. spṛhayām-āsa or -babhūva MBh. &c. ; aor. apaspṛhat inf. spṛhayitum Gr.), to be eager, desire eagerly, long for (dat. gen., or acc.) RV. &c. ;

to envy, be jealous of (dat. gen., or acc.) MBh. ; Kāv. &c. [ cf. Gk. σπέρχω ; Germ. springen ; Eng. spring. ]

(H2) spṛh 2 [p= 1269,3] [L=256716] See puru-spṛh and ni spṛh.
spṛhayālutā

(H3) spṛhayālu--tā [p= 1269,3] [L=256728] f. (ifc.) desire of, longing for, Ṡāntiṡ.
spṛhā

(H2) spṛhā [p= 1269,3] [L=256730] f. (ifc. f (ā) .) eager desire, desire, covetousness, envy, longing for, pleasure or delight in (dat., gen. loc., or comp. ; acc. with √ kṛ or bandh, "to long for, be desirous of [ loc. orcomp.] " ; with √ kṛ, "to envy any one [loc.]") MBh. ; R. &c.
[p= 1269,3] [L=256731] a kind of plant (v.l. spṛśā) L.
smaradaśā

(H3) smara--daśā [p= 1272,1] [L=257135] f. state of the body produced by love (ten states are named: joy of the eyes, pensive reflection, desire, sleeplessness, emaciation, indifference to external objects, abandonment of shame, infatuation, fainting away, death) Megh.
smṛti

(H2) smṛti [p= 1272,3] [L=257270] f. remembrance, reminiscence, thinking of or upon (loc. or comp.), calling to mind (smṛtim api te na yānti, "they are not even thought of"), memory TĀr. ; ChUp. ; MBh. &c.
[p= 1272,3] [L=257271] memory as one of the vyabhicāri-bhāvas (q.v.) Daṡar.
[p= 1272,3] [L=257272] Memory (personified either as the daughter of dakṣa and wife of aṅgiras or as the daughter of dharma and medhā) Hariv. ; Pur.
[p= 1272,3] [L=257273] the whole body of sacred tradition or what is remembered by human teachers ( in contradistinction to śruti or what is directly heard or revealed to the ṛṣis ; in its widest acceptation this use of the term smṛti includes the 6 vedā* ṅgas, the sūtras both śrauta and gṛhya, the law-books of manu &c. [see next] ; the itihāsas [e.g. the mahābhārata and rāmā* yaṇa ], the purāṇas and the nītiśāstras ; iti smṛteḥ, "accord. to such and such a traditional precept or legal text") IW. 144, 145
[p= 1272,3] [L=257274] the whole body of codes of law as handed down memoriter or by tradition ( esp. the codes of manu, yājñavalkya and the 16 succeeding inspired lawgivers, viz. atri, viṣṇu, hārīta, uśanas or śukra, aṅgiras, yama, āpastamba, saṁvarta, kātyāyana, bṛhas-pati, parāśara, vyāsa, śaṅkha, likhīta, dakṣa and gautama ; all these lawgivers being held to be inspired and to have based their precepts on the veda ; cf. IW. 203 ) GṛṠrS. ; Mn. ; Yājñ. &c.
[p= 1272,3] [L=257275] symbolical N. for the number 18 (fr. the 18 lawgivers above )
[p= 1272,3] [L=257276] a kind of metre L.
[p= 1272,3] [L=257277] N. of the letter g Up.
[p= 1272,3] [L=257278] desire, wish Pañcat. iii, 258 (v.l. for spṛhā) .
svavāñchā

(H3) sva--vāñchā [p= 1276,3] [L=258209] f. one's own desire (°chayā, "according to one's own wish") Hit.
svārthasādhana

(H4) svā* rtha---sādhana [p= 1277,3] [L=258424] n. accomplishment of one's own object or desire Mn. ; Rājat.
svagā

(H1) svagā [p= 1279,2] [L=258741] ind. a sacrificial exclamation (expressing desire for prosperity) VS. ; ṠBr. ; TBr.
svargatarṣa

(H3) svarga--tarṣa [p= 1281,3] [L=259178] m. eager desire for heaven Bcar.
hayi

(H2) hayi [p= 1289,1] [L=260671] m. or f. wish, desire L.
harṣa

(H1) harṣa a [p= 1292,2] [L=261652] m. (ifc. f (ā) . ; fr. √ hṛṣ) bristling, erection (esp. of the hair in a thrill of rapture or delight) MBh. ; Kāv. &c.
[p= 1292,3] [L=261653] joy, pleasure, happiness (also personified as a son of dharma) KaṭhUp. ; MBh. &c.
[p= 1292,3] [L=261654] erection of the sexual organ, sexual excitement, lustfulness Suṡr.
[p= 1292,3] [L=261655] ardent desire MBh.
[p= 1292,3] [L=261656] N. of an asura Kathās.
[p= 1292,3] [L=261657] of a son of kṛṣṇa BhP.
[p= 1292,3] [L=261658] of various authors &c. ( also with dīkṣita, miśra, sūri &c. ; cf. śrī-harṣa)
(H1B) harṣa [p= 1292,3] [L=261659] mfn. happy, delighted W.
(H2) harṣa b [p= 1303,2] [L=263916] &c. See p.1292.
harṣadohala

(H3) harṣa--dohala [p= 1292,3] [L=261682] m. or n. lustful desire Mālav.
harṣaṇa

(H2) harṣaṇa [p= 1292,3] [L=261728] mfn. causing the hair of the body to stand erect, thrilling with joy or desire, gladdening, delightful, pleasant MBh. ; Hariv. &c.
(H2B) harṣaṇa [p= 1292,3] [L=261729] m. "gladdener", N. of one of the five arrows of kāma-deva Bcar.
(H2B) harṣaṇa [p= 1292,3] [L=261730] m. of a man VP. ( L. also, "apartic. disease of the eyes " ; "apartic. śrāddha " ; "a deity presiding over śrāddhas " ; "the 14th of the astronYogas. ")
(H2B) harṣaṇa [p= 1292,3] [L=261731] n. bristling, erection Suṡr.
(H2B) harṣaṇa [p= 1292,3] [L=261732] n. erection of the sexual organ, sexual excitement ib.
(H2B) harṣaṇa [p= 1292,3] [L=261733] n. the act of delighting, delight, joy, happiness MBh. ; R.
hitakāmyā

(H3) hita--kāmyā [p= 1298,2] [L=262884] f. ( only in instr.) desire for another's (gen.) welfare Mn. ; MBh. ; Hariv. &c.
hiraṇyayā

(H2) hiraṇyayā [p= 1300,2] [L=263363] f. desire for gold ( only hiraṇyayā instr.) RV.
hṛ

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 22.2
Whitney Roots links: hṛ1, hṛ2
(H1) hṛ 1 [p= 1302,1] [L=263626]
cl.1 P. Ā. ( Dhātup. xxii, 2 ) harati, °te ( once in RV. harmi, and once in Sch. on ĀpṠr. -jiharti ; pf. P. jahāra, jahartha, jahruḥ [-jaharuḥ ? ] AV. &c. ; Ā. jahre Br. &c. ; aor. ahār, ahṛthās AV. ; Br. ; ahārṣīt RV. &c. &c. ; 3. pl. Ā. ahṛṣata RV. ; Prec. hriyāt, hṛṣīṣṭa Gr. ; fut. hartā Br. &c. ; hariṣyati, °te ib. ; Cond. ahariṣyat ib. ; inf. hartum, °tos, °tave, °tavai ib. ;haritum R. ; ind.p. hṛtvā, -hāram Br. &c. ; -hṛtya AV. &c. ), to take, bear, carry in or on ( with instr.), carry, convey, fetch, bring RV. &c. ;

to offer, present ( esp. with balim) AV. &c. ;

to take away, carry off, seize, deprive of, steal, rob ib. ;

to shoot or cut or hew off, sever (the head or a limb) Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to remove, destroy, dispel, frustrate, annihilate ib. ;

to turn away, avert (the face) Ratnāv. ; Ṡiṡ. ;

Ā. ( older and more correct than P.), to take to one's self, appropriate (in a legitimate way), come into possession of (acc.), receive (as an heir), raise (tribute), marry (a girl) ṠBr. ; GṛṠrS. &c. ;

to master, overpower, subdue, conquer, win, win over (also by bribing) Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to outdo, eclipse, surpass Bālar. ;

to enrapture, charm, fascinate MBh. ; R. &c. ;

to withhold, withdraw, keep back, retain Yājñ. ; MBh. &c. ;

to protract, delay ( with kālam, "to gain time") AitBr. ; ĀṡvṠr. ; Kathās. ;

(in arithm.) to divide VarBṛS. ; Gol. : Pass. hriyate ( ep. also °ti ; aor. ahāri), to be taken or seized &c. AV. &c. &c. : Caus. hārayati, °te (aor. ajīharat ; Pass. hāryate), to cause to be taken or carried or conveyed or brought by (instr. or acc. ; cf. Pāṇ. 1-4, 53 Sch. ) or to (dat.) Mn. ; MBh. &c. ;

to cause to be taken away, appropriate, seize, rob Kathās. ;

to have taken from one's self, be deprived of, lose (esp. at play) Kāv. ; Kathās. ; (harayate) See pra- √hṛ ;

(hārāpayati), to lose (at play) Pañcad. : Desid. jihīrṣati, °te (cf. jihīrṣā, °ṣu), to wish to take to one's self or appropriate, covet, desire, long for AV. &c. ;

( with kālam), to wish to gain time MBh. : Intens. jehrīyate ;jarharīti, jarīharīti, jarharti, jarīharti (cf. saṁ- √hṛ) Gr. ( [cf. Gk. χείρ. ] )

(H1) hṛ 2 [p= 1302,2] [L=263654] or hṝ cl.9 Ā. hṛṇīte ( only p. hṛṇāna RV. i, 25, 2 &c. ; Pot. [abhi] -hṛṇīthāḥ ib. viii, 2, 19 , and [?] ahṛṇāt, ṠāṅkhBr. xxiii, 4 ), to be angry or wroth.
hevāka

(H1) hevāka [p= 1305,2] [L=264412] m. ( said to be fr. Marathi hevā, "ardent desire") a whim, caprice Vcar. ; Āryav.