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aj
aj cl. 1. P. (defect., supplemented fr. √vi), jati, ājīt, ajitum, to drive, propel, throw, cast: Desid. ajijiṣati, to be desirous of driving [Gk. ? ; Lat. ago]. [Page 9, Column 2]
≫ aja 1 {a.za.}
aj m. a drove, troop (of Maruts) AV
a driver, mover, instigator, leader
N. of Indra, of Rudra, of one of the Maruts [aj ka-pā́ RV., and aj ka-pāda AV.], of Agni, of the sun, of Brahmā, of Vishṇu, of Śiva, of Kāma (cf. 2. a-ja)
the leader of a flock
a he-goat, ram [Gk. [9, 2] ?,?
Lith. ?]
the sign Aries
the vehicle of Agni
beam of the sun (Pūshan)
N. of a descendant of Visvāmitra, and of Daśaratha's or Dīrghabāhu's father
N. of a mineral substance
of a kind of rice
of the moon
(ā́s), m. pl., N. of a people RV. vii, 18, 19
of a class of Ṛishis MBh
(ā), f. N. of Prakṛiti, of Māyā or Illusion, a-jā (s.v. 2. a-jā)
a she-goat
N. of a plant whose bulbs resemble the udder of a goat Suśr
⋙ ajakarṇa
○karṇa m. a goat's ear
the tree Terminalia Alata Tomentosa
⋙ ajakarṇaka
○karṇaka m. the Śāl-tree, Ṣorea Robusta
⋙ ajakūlā
○kūlā f. N. of a town of the Bodhis
⋙ ajakṣīra
○kṣīr n. goat's milk MaitrS
Pāṇ. 6-3, 63 Sch
⋙ ajagandhā
○gandhā or f. 'smelling like a he-goat', shrubby basil, Ocymum Gratissimum
⋙ ajagandhikā
○gandhikā f. 'smelling like a he-goat', shrubby basil, Ocymum Gratissimum
⋙ ajagandhinī
○gandhinī f. a plant, = aja-śṛngī́, q.v
⋙ ajagara
○gar m. ('goat-swallower'), a huge serpent, boa constrictor AV. &c
N. of an Asura
(ī), f. N. of a plant
⋙ ajagallikā
○gallikā f. 'goat's cheek', an infantile disease
⋙ ajajīvana
○jīvana or m. 'who lives by goats', a goat-herd
⋙ ajajīvika
○jīvika m. 'who lives by goats', a goat-herd
⋙ ajatā {a.za.ta}
○tā f. a multitude of goats
the being a goat
⋙ ajatva
○tv [TS
Pāṇ. 6-3, 64 Sch.] or
⋙ ajātva
ajā-tva n. the being a goat
⋙ ajadaṇḍī
○daṇḍī f. a plant, = brahmadaṇḍi
⋙ ajadevatā
○devatā ās f. pl. the 25th lunar mansion
⋙ ajanāmaka
○nāmaka m. 'named Aja or Vishṇu', a mineral substance
⋙ ajapa {a.za.pa.}
○pa m. a goat-herd
⋙ ajapatha
○patha m. 'goat's road', probably = aja-viithī, q.v
⋙ ajapada
○pada or mfn. goat-footed
⋙ ajapāda
○pāda mfn. goat-footed
⋙ ajapād
○pād m. N. of the divinity called aja kapād
⋙ ajapārśva
○pārśva m. 'having black sides like a goat', N. of Śvetakarṇa's son Rājīvalocana
⋙ ajapāla
○pāl m. a goat-herd VS
N. of Daśaratha's father
⋙ ajababhru
○babhru (ja-), n. said to be the father or origin of a medical plant AV. v, 5, 8
⋙ ajabhakṣa
○bhakṣa m. 'goat's food', the plant Varvūra
⋙ ajamāyu
○māyu (aj-), m. bleating like a goat (a frog) RV. vii, 103, 6 and 10
⋙ ajamāra
○māra m. N. of a tribe or prince, (g. kurv-ādi, q.v.) [Page 9, Column 3]
⋙ ajamīḍha
○mīḍha or m. N. of a son of Suhotra (author of some Vedic hymns RV. iv, 43 and 44)
⋙ ajamīḻha
○mīḻha m. N. of a son of Suhotra (author of some Vedic hymns RV. iv, 43 and 44)
of a grandson of Suhotra
of Yudhishṭhira
⋙ ajamukha
○mukha mfn. goat faced
(ī), f. N. of a Rākshasī
⋙ ajameru
○meru N. of a place, Ajmīr (?)
⋙ ajamoda
○moda m. or 'goat's delight', N. of various plants, common Carroway, the species called Ajwaen (Ligusticum Ajwaen), a species of Parsley, Apium Involucratum
⋙ ajamodā
○modā or f. 'goat's delight', N. of various plants, common Carroway, the species called Ajwaen (Ligusticum Ajwaen), a species of Parsley, Apium Involucratum
⋙ ajamodikā
○modikā f. 'goat's delight', N. of various plants, common Carroway, the species called Ajwaen (Ligusticum Ajwaen), a species of Parsley, Apium Involucratum
⋙ ajarṣabha
○rṣabh (ṛṣ), m. a he-goat ŚBr
⋙ ajalambana
○lambana n. antimony
⋙ ajaloman
○loman m. or Cowage, Carpopogon Pruriens
⋙ ajalomī
○lomī f. Cowage, Carpopogon Pruriens
(), n. goat's hair ŚBr. &c
⋙ ajavasti
○vasti m. N. of a tribe, (g. gṛṣṭy-ādi and śubhrdi, q.v.)
(ayas), m. pl. the members of that tribe, (g. yaskdi, q.v.)
⋙ ajavāha
○vāha m. N. of a district
⋙ ajavīthī
○vīthī f. 'goat's road', N. of one of the three divisions of the southern path, or one of the three paths in which the sun, moon, and planets move, comprehending the asterisms mūla, pūrvṣāḍha, and uttarṣāḍha
⋙ ajaśṛṅgī
○śṛṅgī́ f. 'goat's horn', the shrub Odina Wodier, used as a charm and as a remedy for sore eyes AV. (its fruit resembles a goat's horn)
⋙ ajastunda
○stunda n. N. of a town Pāṇ. 6-1, 155
⋙ ajahā
○hā f. = a-jaḍā, q.v
the Plant Ālkuśī T
⋙ ajākṛpāṇīya
ajā-kṛpāṇīya mfn. like the goat and shears in the fable Pāṇ. 5-3, 106 Sch
⋙ ajākṣīra
ajā-kṣīr n. goat's milk ŚBr. &c
cf. aja-kṣir
⋙ ajāgala
ajā-gala m. goat's neck
⋙ ajāgalastana
ajāgala-stana m. nipple or fleshy protuberance on the neck of goats, an emblem of any useless or worthless object or person
⋙ ajājīva
ajājīva m. 'who lives by goats, a goat-herd
⋙ ajā taulvali
ajā taulvali m. N. of a Muni who lived on the milk of goats (an example of compounds in which the middle term is left out, g. śākapārthivdi, q.v.)
⋙ ajāda
ajda m. 'goat-eater', the ancestor of a warrior tribe Pāṇ. 4-1, 171
⋙ ajādanī
ajdanī f. a species of prickly night-shade
⋙ ajādi
ajdi a g. of Pāṇ. 4-I, 4
⋙ ajāntrī
ajntrī f. the pot-herb Convolvulus Argenteus
⋙ ajāpayas
ajā-payas n. goat's milk
⋙ ajāpālaka
ajāpālaka mfn. tending goats, m. a goat-herd. L
⋙ ajāvi
ajv m. pl. (ajvyas ŚBr.) or sg. goats and sheep, small cattle
⋙ ajāvika
ajvik n. sg. goats and sheep, small cattle
⋙ ajāśva
ajśva n. goats and horses Yāj
m. Pūshan or the Sun (having goats for horses) RV
⋙ ajaikapād
ajikapād m. N. of Vishṇu
of one of the eleven Rudras
1. aj
⋙ ajaiḍaka
ajiḍaka n. goats and rams, (g. gavśvdi, q.v.)
≫ ajaka
ajaka m. N. of a descendant of Purūravas
of a king of Magadha
(akā or ikā), f. a young she-goat
a disease of the pupil of the eye (small reddish tumours compared to kids, protruding through the transparent cornea and discharging pus)
⋙ ajakājāta
ajakā-jāta n. the above disease
≫ ajana
ajana
⋙ ajani
jani
⋙ ajma
jma &c. s.v

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aja 2
a-j mfn. not born, existing from all eternity
(s), m. N. of the, first uncreated being RV. AV
Brahmā, Vishṇu, Śiva, Kāma
(ā), f. N. of Prakṛiti, Māyā or Illusion ( also 1. aj and 1. ajana)
ajakava
ajakava m. Śiva's bow L
≫ ajakāva
ajakāv mfn. N. of a sacrificial vessel dedicated to Mitra and Varuṇa and (according to the Comm.) having an ornament similar to the fleshy protuberance called ajā-gala-stana, q.v. ŚBr
(s or m), m. or n. a species of venomous vermin, centipede or scorpion RV. vii, 50, 1
(as, am), m. n. Śiva's bow L
≫ ajagava
ajagava m. Śiva's bow L
the southern portion of the path of the sun, moon, and planets
m. N. of a snake priest PBr
≫ ajagāva
ajagāva m. N. of a snake demon TāṇḍyaBr
cf. ājagāva
(am), n. Śiva's bow L
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ajaghanya
a-jaghanya mfn. not last
not least
ajaghnivas
-jaghnivas mf(-jaghnuṣī)n. (√han), not having killed RV. viii, 56, 15
ajaṭā
a-jaṭā f. Flacourtia Cataphracta, = ajaḍā and ajjhaṭā
ajaḍa
a-jaḍa mfn. not inanimate, not torpid, not stupid
(ā), f. the plants Ajaṭā and Kapikacchu (Carpopogon Pruriens)
⋙ ajaḍadhī
○dhī mfn. of a vigorous mind, energetic

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ajathyā
ajathyā f. yellow jasmin
ajana 1
ajana m. (√aj), 'the instigator', Brahmā
(am), n. act of instigating or moving, [Page 10, Column 1]
⋙ ajanayonija
○yoni-ja m. 'born from Ajana', N. of Daksha
≫ ajani
ajani f. a path, road Nir

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ajana 2
a-jan mfn. destitute of men
desert
m. an insignificant person
⋙ ajanayonija
○yoni-ja m. 'born from Ajana', N. of Daksha
≫ ajani
ajani f. a path, road Nir

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ajanta
aj-anta mfn. 2. ac
ajapa 1
a-japa m. (√jap), one who does not repeat prayers
a reciter of heterodox works L
(ā), f. the mantra or formula called haṃsa (which consists only of a number of inhalations and exhalations)
ajapa 2
aja-pa m. 1. aj
ajambha
a-jambha m. 'toothless', a frog
ajaya
a-jaya m. non-victory, defeat
(mfn.), unconquered, unsurpassed, invincible
m. N. of Vishnu
of a lexicographer
of a river
(ā), f. hemp
N. of a friend of Durgā
Māyā or Illusion
≫ ajanani
a-janani f. (generally used in cursing), nonbirth, cessation of existence
ajananir astu tasya, 'may he cease to exist!' Pacat
Pāṇ. 3-3, 112
≫ ajanya
a-janya mfn. improper to be produced or born
unfit for mankind
(am), n. any portent unfavourable to mankind, as an earthquake

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ajara
a-jra mfn. (√jṝ), not subject to old age, undecaying, ever young
(ā), f. the plants Aloe Perfoliata and Jirṇapajhi
the river Sarasvati
≫ ajayya
a-jayya mfn. invincible, improper to be won at play

 

 

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ajavas
a-javs mfn. not quick, inactive RV. ii, 15, 6
ajasra
-jasra mfn. (√jas), not to be obstructed, perpetual RV. &c
(am [gaṇa svar-ādi, &c.] or eṇa [RV. vi, 16, 45]), ind. perpetually, for ever, ever
ajahat
a-jahat mfn. (pr. p. √3 -hā), not dropping or losing (in comp.)

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ajā
ajā f. a she-goat. 1. aj
ajāgara
a-jāgara mfn. not awake, not wakeful L
m. the plant Eclipta or Verbesina Prostrata
ajāji
ajāji is, or ajājī f. Cuminum Cyminum
Ficus Oppositifolia
Nigella Indica
ajāta
-jāta mfn. unborn, not yet born, not yet developed

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ajānat
a-jānat mfn. (pr. p. √), not knowing, unaware
ajāni
a-jā́ni is āV., or a-jānika ḻ., m. having no wife
ajāmi
-jāmi mfn. not of kin, not related RV
(in Gr.) not corresponding Nir
(i), n. '(co-habitation) not allowed between relations', incest RV

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ajāyamāna
-jāyamāna mfn. (√jan), not being born, not subject to birth VS
ajikā
ajikā f. ajaka
ajita
a-jita mfn. not conquered, unsubdued, unsurpassed, invincible, irresistible
m. a particular antidote
a kind of venomous rat
N. of Vishṇu
Śiva
one of the Saptarshis of the fourteenth Manvantara
Maitreya or a future Buddha
the second of the Arhats or saints of the present (Jaina) Avasarpiṇi, a descendant of Ikshvāku
the attendant of Suvidhi (who is the ninth of those Arhats)
(ās), m. pl. a class of deified beings in the first Manvantara

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ajina
ajna n. (probably at first the skin of a goat, aja)
the hairy skin of an antelope, especially a black antelope (which serves the religious student for a couch seat, covering &c.)
the hairy skin of a tiger, &c., m. N. of a descendant of Pṛithu VP

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ajira
ajir mfn. (√aj), agile, quick, rapid, (m), ind. quickly RV. AV. VS
m. N. of a Nāga priest PBr., (ā), f. N. of Durgā, of a river
(am), n. place to run or fight in, area, court R. &c
the body
any object of sense, air, wind, a frog L

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ajihma
a-jihma mfn. not crooked, straight
honest, upright Mn. &c
m. a frog (perhaps for a-jihva) L
a fish L

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ajihva
a-jihva mfn. tongueless
m. a frog L
ajīkava
ajīkava n. Śiva's bow L. ajakava
ajīgarta
a-jīgarta m. 'that has nothing to swallow', N. of a Ṛishi, Śunaśepha's father
ajīta
-jīta mfn. (√jyā, usually jina), not faded, not faint AV. TS., &c

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ajīrṇay
a-jīrṇay mfn. (√jṝ), not decomposed
unimpaired
undigested
(am), n. indigestion

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ajīva
a-jīva mfn. lifeless

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ajugupsita
a-jugupsita mfn. not disliked
ajur
a-jr mfn. (√jur), not subject to old age or decay RV. viii, 1, 2

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ajuṣṭa
-juṣṭa mfn. not enjoyed, unsatisfactory RV

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ajetavya
a-jetavya mfn. invincible

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ajoṣa
-joṣa mf(ā)n. not gratified, insatiable RV. i, 9, 4

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ajjukā
ajjukā f. (in the drama) a courtezan

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