Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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au 1
au the fourteenth vowel of the alphabet (having the sound of English ou in our)
⋙ aukāra
○kāra m. the letter or sound au TPrāt. APrāt.
au 2
au ind. an interjection
• a particle of addressing
• calling
• prohibition
• ascertainment L.
au 3
au aus m. N. of Ananta or Śesha L.
• a sound L.
• the Setu or sacred syllable of the Śūdras, KālikāP. [T.]
• (aus), f. the earth L.
aukthika mfn. one who knows or studies the Ukthas Pāṇ. 4-3, 129
≫ aukthikya
aukthikya n. the tradition of the Aukthikas ib.
aukthya m. a descendant of Uktha, g. gargâdi Pāṇ. 4-1, 105
• (am), n. See mahad-aukthya
≫ auktha
auktha m. a descendant or pupil of Aukthya, g. kaṇvâdi Pāṇ. 4-2, 111
aukṣá (fr. ukṣan), mf(ī)n. coming from or belonging to a bull AV. ii, 36, 7 Kauś. Pāṇ. 6-4, 173
• (am), n. a multitude of bulls L.
⋙ aukṣagandhi
○gandhi f. N. of an Apsaras AV. iv, 37, 3
≫ aukṣaka
aukṣaka n. a multitude of bulls Pāṇ. 4-2, 39
≫ aukṣaṇa
aukṣaṇa m. a descendant of Ukshan
≫ aukṣṇa
aúkṣṇa (cf. ŚBr. i) and mfn. relating to or coming from a bull
⋙ aukṣṇa
aukṣṇá (cf. ŚBr. xiv), mfn. relating to or coming from a bull
• m. a descendant of Ukshan Kāś. on Pāṇ. 6-4, 173
aukhīya ās m. pl. the descendants or pupils of Ukha
≫ aukheya
aukheya ās m. pl. id
≫ aukhya
aukhya mfn. (fr. ukhā), boiled or being in a caldron L.
≫ aukhyeyaka
aukhyeyaka mfn. = ukhyā-jāta g. kattry-ādi Pāṇ. 4-2, 95
augraseni m. a descendant of Ugra-sena BhP.
≫ augrasenya
augrasenya m. id. Pat. on Vārtt. 7 on Pāṇ. 4-1, 114
≫ augrasainya
augrasainya m. id., N. of Yudhāṃśraushṭi AitBr. viii, 21, 7
augreya m. a descendant of Ugra, g. śubhrâdi Pāṇ. 4-1, 123
≫ augrya
augrya n. (fr. ugra), horribleness, dreadfulness, fierceness Sāh. [Page 236, Column 3]
aughá m. (fr. ogha-√vah), flood, stream ŚBr. (cf. ogha.)
aucathyá m. a descendant of Ucathya, N. of Dīrghatamas RV. i, 158, 1 ; 4 ĀśvŚr. (= autathya below Sāy.)
aucitī f. (fr. ucita), fitness, suitableness, decorum Sāh. Naish. Rājat. &c
≫ aucitya
aucitya n. fitness, suitableness, decorum Sāh. Kathās. Kshem. &c
• the state of being used to, habituation Kathās. xxiv, 95 Suśr. &c
⋙ aucityālaṃkāra
aucityâlaṃkāra m. N. of wk
auccya n. (fr. ucca), height, distance (of a planet) Sūryas.
≫ auccāmanyava
auccāmanyava m. a descendant of Uccāmanyu TāṇḍyaBr.
≫ auccaihśravasa
auccaihśravasá m. (fr. uccaiḥ-śravas), N. of Indra's horse AV. xx, 128, 15 ; 16
• a horse Nigh.
aujasa n. (fr. ojas), gold L.
≫ aujasika
aujasika mfn. energetic, vigorous Pāṇ. 4-4, 27
≫ aujasya
aujasya mfn. conducive to or increasing vitality or energy Suśr.
• (am), n. vigour, energy Sāh.
aujjayanaka mfn. relating to or coming from the town Ujjayanī, g. dhūmâdi Pāṇ. 4-2, 127
≫ aujjayanika
aujjayanika m. a king of Ujjayanī VarBṛS.
aujjihāni m. a descendant of Ujjihāna, g. pailâdi Pāṇ. 2-4, 59
aujjvalya n. (fr. uj-jvala), brightness, brilliancy Mālatīm.
• splendour, beauty Sāh. Vām. Daśar. &c
auḍava 1
auḍava mf(ī)n. (fr. uḍu), relating to a constellation Kād.
auḍava 2
auḍava m. (in mus.) a mode which consists of five notes only
• (ā), f. a particular Rāgiṇī, q.v. (cf. oḍava.)
auḍavi ayas m. pl., N. of a warrior tribe, g. dāmany-ādi Pāṇ. 5-3, 116 (not in Kāś.)
≫ auḍavīya
auḍavīya m. a king of the Auḍavis ib.
auḍāyana m. a descendant of Uḍa (?) or of Auḍa [T.?], g. aiṣukāry-ādi Pāṇ. 4-2, 54
⋙ auḍāyanabhakta
○bhakta mfn. inhabited by Auḍāyanas (as a country) ib.
auḍupa mfn. (fr. uḍupa), relating to a raft or float, g. saṃkalâdi Pāṇ. 4-2, 75
≫ auḍupika
auḍupika mfn. carrying over in a boat, g. utsaṅgâdi Pāṇ. 4-4, 15
auḍumbara See aúdumbara
auḍulomi m. a descendant of Uḍu-loman, N. of a philosopher Bādar.
auḍra v. l. for oḍra, q.v
autaṅka v. l. for auttaṅka below
autathya m. a descendant of Utathya, N. of Dīrghatamas MBh. (cf. aucathyá above)
⋙ autathyeśvara
autathyêśvara n. N. of a Liṅga
autkaṇṭhya n. (fr. ut-kaṇṭha), desire, longing for BhP.
• intensity BhP. x, 13, 35
⋙ autkaṇṭhyavat
○vat mfn. desirous, longing for BhP.
autkarṣa n. (fr. ut-karṣa), excellence, superiority Priy.
≫ autkarṣya
autkarṣya n. id. L.
autkya n. (fr. ut-ka), desire, longing for Vop.
autkṣepa as, ī mf. a descendant of Ut-kshepa, g. śivâdi Pāṇ. 4-1, 112
• (cf. Kāś. reads ut-kṣipā.)
auttaṅka mf(ī)n. relating or belonging to Uttaṅka MBh. xiv
auttami m. a descendant of Uttama, N. of the third Manu Mn. i, 62 Hariv. VP.
≫ auttamika
auttamika mfn. (fr. uttama), relating to the gods who are in the highest place (in the sky) Nir.
≫ auttameya
auttameya m. a descendant of Auttami Hariv. [Page 237, Column 1] Contents of this page
auttara mfn. (fr. 1. uttara), living in the northern country MBh.
≫ auttarapathika
auttarapathika mfn. (fr. uttara-patha), coming from or going towards the northern country Pāṇ. 5-1, 77
≫ auttarapadika
auttarapadika mfn. (fr. uttara-pada), belonging to or occurring in the last member of a compound Pat.
≫ auttarabhaktika
auttarabhaktika mfn. (fr. bhakta with uttara), employed or taken after a meal Car.
≫ auttaravedika
aúttaravedika mfn. (fr. uttara-vedi), relating to or performed on the northern altar ŚBr. vii
≫ auttarādharya
auttarādharya am n. (fr. uttarâdhara), the state of being below and above
• the state of one thing being over the other
• confusion Pāṇ. 3-3, 42
≫ auttarārdhika
auttarārdhika mfn. (fr. uttarârdha), being on or belonging to the upper or northern side Pat.
≫ auttarāha
auttarāha mfn. (fr. uttarâha), of or belonging to the next day Vārtt. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 104
≫ auttareya
auttareya m. a descendant of Uttarā BhP.
auttānapāda m. a descendant of Uttāna-pāda, N. of Dhruva (or the polar star) MBh. BhP. &c
≫ auttānapādi
auttānapādi m. id
autthānika mfn. (fr. ut-thāna), relating to the getting up or sitting up (of a child) BhP.
autpattika mf(ī)n. (fr. ut-patti), relating to origin, inborn, original, natural Lāṭy. BhP. &c. ; á priori
• inherent, eternal Jaim. i, 1, 5
autpāta mfn. (fr. ut-pāta g. ṛgayanâdi Pāṇ. 4-3, 73), treating of or contained in a book which treats of portents T.
≫ autpātika
autpātika mf(ī)n. astounding, portentous, prodigious, calamitous MBh. Ragh. &c
• m. N. of the third act of the Mahānāṭaka
autpāda mfn. (fr. ut-pāda g. ṛgayanâdi Pāṇ. 5-3, 73), knowing or studying a book on birth or production
• contained in such a book T.
autpuṭa mfn. (fr. ut-puṭa g. saṃkalâdi Pāṇ. 4-2, 75) = utpuṭena nirvṛtta
≫ autpuṭika
autpuṭika mfn. (fr. id., g. utsaṅgâdi Pāṇ. 4-4, 15) = utpuṭena hāraka
autra mfn. (etym. unknown
• perhaps fr. ut-tara BRD.), superficial, rough, inexact (in math.)
autsa mf(ī)n. (fr. utsa), produced or being in a well Pāṇ.
≫ autsāyana
autsāyana m. a descendant of Utsa, g. aśvâdi Pāṇ. 4-1, 110
autsaṅgika mf(ī)n. (fr. utsaṅga g. utsaṅgâdi Pāṇ. 4-4, 15) = utsaṅgena hāraka
autsargika mfn. (fr. ut-sarga), belonging to or taught in a general rule, general, not particular or special, generally valid Kāś. Siddh. &c
• terminating, completing, belonging to a final ceremony by which a rite is terminated
• abandoning, leaving
• natural, inherent
• derivative W.
⋙ autsargikatva
○tva n. generality (of a rule &c.) Comm. on Pāṇ.
autsukya n. (fr. ut-suka), anxiety, desire, longing for, regret MBh. R. Ragh. &c
• eagerness, zeal, fervour, officiousness Pañcat. Kathās.
• impatience Sāh. Pratāpar.
⋙ autsukyavat
○vat mfn. impatient, waiting impatiently for (dat.) Kathās.
audaka mf(ī)n. (fr. udaka), living or growing in water, relating to water, aquatic, watery Lāṭy. Mn. MBh. Suśr. &c
• (ā), f. a town surrounded by water Hariv. 6874
⋙ audakaja
○ja mfn. coming from aquatic plants Suśr.
≫ audaki
audaki m. a descendant of Udaka, g. bāhv-ādi Pāṇ. 4-1, 96
• (ayas), m. pl., N. of a warrior tribe, g. dāmany-ādi Pāṇ. 5-3, 116
≫ audakīya
audakīya m. a king of the Audakis ib.
audaṅki m. a descendant of Udaṅka, g. bāhv-ādi Pāṇ. 4-1, 96
• (ayas), m. pl., N. of a warrior tribe, g. dāmany-ādi Pāṇ. 5-3, 110
≫ audaṅkīya
audaṅkīya m. a king of the Audaṅkis ib. [Page 237, Column 2]
audajñāyani m. a descendant of Udajña [Kāś. reads udanya], g. tikâdi Pāṇ. 4-1, 154
audañcana mfn. (fr. ud-añcana), contained in a bucket BhP.
≫ audañcanaka
audañcanaka mfn. relating to a bucket, g. arīhaṇâdi Pāṇ. 4-2, 80
audañcavi m. a descendant of Udañcu, g. bāhv-ādi Pāṇ. 4-1, 96
audanika mf(ī)n. (fr. odana), one who knows how to cook mashed grain, g. saṃtāpâdi Pāṇ. 5-1, 101
audanyá m. (fr. udanya), N. of the Ṛishi Muṇḍibha ŚBr. xiii
≫ audanyava
audanyavá m. (fr. udanyu), id. TBr. iii
≫ audanyāyani
audanyāyani m. a descendant of Udanya, g. tikâdi [Kāś.] Pāṇ. 4-1, 154
≫ audanyi
audanyi m. id., g. pailâdi Pāṇ. 2-4, 59 not in Kāś.
audanvata mfn. (fr. udanvat), relating to the sea, marine Bālar.
• m. a descendant of Udanvat Kāś. on Pāṇ. 8-, 2, 13
audapāna mf(ī)n. (fr. uda-pāna), raised from wells or drinking fountains (as a tax &c.)
• belonging or relating to a well
• coming from the village Udapāna, gaṇas on Pāṇ.
audabuddhi m. a descendant of Udabuddha, g. pailâdi Pāṇ. 2-4, 59
audabhṛjji m. a descendant of Uda-bhṛijja ib.
audamajji m. a descendant of Uda-majja ib.
audamegha ās m. pl. the school of Audameghyā Pat.
audameghi m. a descendant of Uda-megha ib.
≫ audameghīya
audameghīya mfn. belonging to Audameghi [vḷ. audameyi Kāś.], g. raivatakâdi Pāṇ. 4-3, 131
≫ audameghyā
audameghyā f. of audameghi above Pat.
audayaka ās m. pl. (fr. ud-aya), a school of astronomers (who reckoned the first motion of the planets from sunrise)
≫ audayika
audayika mfn. to be reckoned from sunrise
• relating to or happening in an auspicious time, prosperous T.
• (with bhāva, the state of the soul when actions arise Sarvad.)
audayana mfn. relating to or coming from (the teacher) Udayana Sarvad.
aúdara mfn. (fr. udara), being in the stomach or belly Suparṇ.
• gastric (as a disease) Hcat.
≫ audarika
audarika mf(ī)n. gluttonous, a belly-god, glutton Pāṇ. MBh. Suśr. &c
• greedy
• fit for or pleasant to the stomach (as food) Lalit.
• dropsical Hcat.
≫ audarya
audarya mfn. being in the stomach or belly
• being in the womb BhP.
audala m. a descendant of Udala ĀśvŚr.
• (am), n. N. of a Sāman Lāṭy.
audavāpi m. a descendant of Uda-vāpa, g. raivatikâdi Pāṇ. 4-3, 131 (cf. Kāś. reads audavāhi)
≫ audavāpīya
audavāpīya mfn. relating to Audavāpi ib.
audavāhí m. a descendant of Uda-vāha ŚBr. ĀśvGṛ.
audavraja mf(ī)n. composed by Uda-vraja
≫ audavraji
audavraji m. a descendant of Uda-vraja VBr.
audaśuddhi m. a descendant of Uda-śuddha, g. pailâdi Pāṇ. 2-4, 39
audaśvita and audaśvitka mfn. (fr. uda-śvit), dressed with or made of buttermilk, like buttermilk Pāṇ. [Page 237, Column 3]
audasthāna mfn. (fr. uda-sthāna), accustomed to stand in water
• relating to one who stands in water, gaṇas on Pāṇ.
audāttya n. (fr. udātta), the state of having the high tone or accent
audārika m. (fr. udāra), (with Jainas) the gross body which invests the soul Sarvad. HYog.
≫ audārya
audārya n. generosity, nobility, magnanimity MBh. R. Daś. &c
• liberality Kathās.
• noble style Sāh.
⋙ audāryatā
○tā f. liberality Pañcad.
audāsīnya n. (fr. ud-āsīna), indifference, apathy, disregard R. Daś. Ragh. &c
≫ audāsya
audāsya n. (fr. 2. ud-āsa), id. Naish. Śāntiś. &c
audīcya mfn. (fr. udīcī f. of 2. udaṅc), coming from or relating to the northern country, northern Comm. on MBh. Comm. on Pat.
⋙ audīcyaprakāśa
○prakāśa m. N. of wk
aúdumbara (in class. Sanskṛit commonly written auḍu○), mf(ī)n. (fr. [udumbára]), coming from the tree Udumbara or Ficus Religiosa, made of its wood AV. ŚBr. Mn. ii, 45 Yājñ. MBh. &c
• made of copper SāmavBr. ii, 5, 3
• m. a region abounding in Udumbara trees Kāś. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 67
• a kind of worm Car.
• N. of Yama
• (ās), m. pl., N. of a race MBh.
• of a class of ascetics Hariv. 7988 BhP. iii, 12, 43
• (ī), f. (with and without śākhā) a branch of the Udumbara tree ŚBr.: Lāṭy. Nyāyam. &c
• a kind of musical instrument
• (am), n. an Udumbara wood KātyŚr.
• a piece of Udumbara wood PārGṛ.
• the fruit of the Udumbara tree AitBr.
• a kind of leprosy Suśr.
• copper L.
⋙ audumbaracchada
○cchada m. Croton Polyandrum Nigh.
⋙ audumbaratā
○tā f
⋙ audumbaratva
○tva n. the state of being made of the Udumbara tree Nyāyam.
≫ audumbaraka
audumbaraka m. the country inhabited by the Udumbaras, g. rājanyâdi Pāṇ. 4-2, 53
≫ audumbarāyaṇa
audumbarāyaṇa m. a descendant of Udumbara, N. of a grammarian
≫ audumbarāyaṇi
audumbarāyaṇi m. a descendant of the last
≫ audumbari
audumbari m. a king of the Udumbaras Comm. on Pāṇ.
audgātra mfn. relating to the Udgātṛi priest KātyŚr. Comm. on BṛĀrUp. &c
• (am), n. the office of the Udgātṛi priest Pāṇ. 5-1, 129
⋙ audgātrasārasaṃgraha
○sāra-saṃgraha m. N. of wk
audgāhamāni m. a descendant of Udgāhamāna Gobh.
audgrabhaṇá n. (fr. ud-grabhaṇa), N. of a particular offering MaitrS. ŚBr. KātyŚr.
⋙ audgrabhaṇatva
○tva n. the being such an offering MaitrS.
≫ audgrahaṇa
audgrahaṇá n. id. TS. vi
auddaṇḍaka mfn. (fr. ud-daṇḍa), relating to one who holds up a staff, g. arīhaṇâdi Pāṇ. 4-2, 80
auddālaka n. (fr. ud-dālaka), a kind of honey (taken from certain bees which live in the earth) Bhpr. Suśr.
• N. of a Tīrtha MBh. iii
≫ auddālakāyana
auddālakāyana m. a descendant of Auddālaki Pat.
≫ auddālaki
aúddālaki m. a descendant of Uddālaka, N. of several men TS. ŚBr. KaṭhUp. MBh.
auddeśika mfn. (fr. ud-deśa), pointing out, indicative of, showing, enumerating Nir.
• prepared for the sake of (mendicants
• said of alms) Jain.
auddhatya n. (fr. ud-dhata), arrogance, insolence, overbearing manner, disdain Kathās. Sāh.
auddhava ās m. pl. (fr. ud-dhava), grass left over of the sacrificial straw ĀpŚr. viii, 14, 4
• mf(ī)n. consisting of such grass ĀpŚr. viii, 14, 5
• coming from or spoken by Uddhava, relating to Uddhava Śiś. ii, 118
⋙ auddhavamaya
○maya mfn. id. Comm. on ib.
auddhārika mfn. (fr. ud-dhāra), belonging to or forming the part to be set aside Mn. ix, 150
audbilya n. (fr. ud-bila), excessive joy Buddh. [Page 238, Column 1] Contents of this page
audbhaṭa ās m. pl. the pupils of Ud-bhaṭa Daśar.
aúdbhāri m. a descendant of Ud-bhāra, N. of Khaṇḍika ŚBr. xi
audbhijja mfn. (fr. udbhij-ja), coming forth from the earth Hariv. 11122
• (am) n. fossil salt L.
aúdbhida mfn. (fr. 2. ud-bhid), coming forth, springing forth, breaking through, issuing from MBh. Suśr.
• forcing one's way towards an aim, victorious VS. xxxiv, 50
• (am), n. (with and without lavaṇa) fossil salt Suśr.
• (scil. udaka) water breaking through (the earth and collecting in a mine L.) Suśr. i, 170, 12
≫ audbhidya
aúdbhidya n. forcing one's way to an aim, success, victory VS. xviii, 9 TBr. ii
≫ audbhettra
aúdbhettra n. (fr. ud-bhettṛ), id. MaitrS. ii, 11, 4
≫ audbhettriya
audbhettriya n. id. ĀpŚr.
audyāva mf(ī)n. (fr. udyāva g. ṛgayanâdi Pāṇ. 4-3, 73), treating of the art of mixing or joining (?)
audvāhika mfn. (fr. ud-vāha), relating to or given at marriage Mn. ix, 206 Yājñ. ii, 118
audvepa mfn. (fr. ud-vepa g. saṃkalâdi Pāṇ. 4-2, 75), resulting from tremor or trembling (?)
audhasa mfn. (fr. ūdhas), being or contained in the udder (as milk) BhP.
audheya ās m. pl., N. of a family
• of a school (belonging to the White Yajur-veda), Caraṇavy
aunnatya n. (fr. un-nata), elevation, height Kathās.
aunnetra n. the office of the Un-netṛi priest, g. udgātr-ādi Pāṇ. 5-1, 129
aunmukhya n. (fr. un-mukha), expectancy Rājat.
aupakarṇika mfn. (fr. upakarṇa), being on or near the ears Pāṇ. 4-3, 40
aupakalāpya mfn. (fr. upakalāpa g. parimukhâdi Kāty. on Pāṇ. 4-3, 58), being on or near the girdle (?)
aupakāyana m. a descendant of Upaka, N. of an author Hcat.
aupakāryā f. = upa-kāryā, q.v. R.
aupakurvāṇaka = upakurvāṇaka, q.v. BhP.
aupagava mf(ī)n. coming from or composed by Upagu
• (am), n. N. of two Sāmans Lāṭy.
• (as, ī), mf. a descendant of Upagu Kāś. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 39
≫ aupagavaka
aupagavaka n. an assemblage of Aupagavas ib.
• m. an admirer or worshipper of Upagu Kāś. on Pāṇ. 4-3, 99
≫ aupagavi
aupagavi m. a descendant of Aupagava, N. of Uddhava BhP.
≫ aupagavīya
aupagavīya m. a pupil of Aupagavi Pat.
aupagātra n. the state of an Upa-gātṛi, q.v. ŚāṅkhBr.
aupagrastika m. (fr. upagrasta), the sun or moon in eclipse L.
aupagrahika m. (fr. upagraha), id. W.
aupacandhani v. l. for aupajandhani, col. 2
aupacārika mf(ī)n. (fr. upacāra), honorific, complimentary (as a name or title) Comm. on TāṇḍyaBr. xiv, 2, 6
• not literal, figurative, metaphorical Sarvad.
aupacchandasika mfn. (fr. upa-cchandas), conformable to the Veda, Vedic VarBṛS.
• (am), n. N. of a metre (consisting of four lines of alternately eleven and twelve syllabic instants, Gr. 969). [Page 238, Column 2]
aúpajandhani m. a descendant of Upa-jandhani, N. of a teacher ŚBr. xiv
aupajānuka mfn. (fr. upa-jānu), being on or near the knees Pāṇ. 4-3, 40 Bhaṭṭ.
aúpatasvini m. a descendant of Upatasvina, N. of a Ṛishi ŚBr. iv
aupadeśika mf(ī)n. living by teaching, g. vetanâdi Pāṇ. 4-4, 12 (not in Kāś.)
• depending on or resulting from a special rule Comm. on KātyŚr. and ĀśvŚr.
• (in Gr.) denoting or relating to an originally enunciated grammatical form ( See upadeśa) Paribh. cxx, 2
⋙ aupadeśikatva
○tva n. the state of resulting from a special rule Comm. on KātyŚr. v, 11, 21
aupadravika mfn. (fr. upa-drava), relating to or treating of symptoms Suśr.
aúpadraṣṭrya n. (fr. upadraṣṭṛ), the state of being an eye-witness, super-intendence VS. xxx, 13
aupadharmya n. (fr. upadharma), false doctrine, heresy BhP.
aupadhika mfn. (fr. upa-dhi), deceitful, deceptive
• m. an impostor, cheat Car.
• an extortioner of money Mn. ix, 258, (côpadhikā misprint for câupadhikā.)
≫ aupadheya
aupadheya mfn. serving for the Upadhi (a particular part of the wheel of a carriage) Pāṇ. 5-1, 13
• (am), n. the part of a wheel called Upadhi Kāty. on ib.
aupadhenava m. a descendant of Upadhenu, N. of a physician Suśr.
aupanāyika mfn. (fr. upa-nāya), belonging to or serving for an offering Hariv.
≫ aupanāyanika
aupanāyanika mfn. (fr. upa-nāyana), relating to or fit for the ceremony called Upanayana, q.v. Mn. ii, 68 Yājñ. i, 37
aupanāsika mfn. (fr. nāsā with upa), being on or near the nose Suśr.
aupanidhika mfn. (fr. upanidhi), relating to or forming a deposit Yājñ. ii, 65
aupaniṣatka mfn. (fr. upaniṣad g. vetanâdi Pāṇ. 4-4, 12), subsisting by teaching an Upanishad
≫ aupaniṣada
aupaniṣadá mf(ī)n. contained or taught in an Upanishad ŚBr. xiv MuṇḍUp. ŚāṅkhGṛ. Mn. vi, 29, &c
• a follower of the Upanishads, a Vedāntin Comm. on Bādar. ii, 2, 10
≫ aupaniṣadika
aupaniṣadika mfn. Upanishad-like Vātsy.
aupanīvika mfn. (fr. upa-nīvi), on or near the Nīvi (q.v.) Pāṇ. 4-3, 40 Śiś. x, 60
aúpapakṣya mfn. (fr. upa-pakṣa), being in the armpit (as hair) ŚBr. xi
aupapattika mfn. (fr. upa-patti), present, ready at hand, fit for the purpose MBh.
aupapatya n. (fr. upa-pati), intercourse with a paramour, adultery BhP. x, 29, 26
aupapātika mfn. (fr. upa-pātaka irr.), one who has committed a secondary crime Nār.
• (fr. upa-pāta), n. N. of the first Jaina Upâṅga
aupapāduka mfn. (fr. upa-pāduka), self-produced Lalit. Car.
≫ aupapādika
aupapādika mfn. id. Car.
aupabāhavi m. a descendant of Upa-bāhu, g. bāhv-ādi Pāṇ. 4-1, 96
aupabindavi m. a descendant of Upa-bindu ib.
aupabhṛta mfn. belonging to or being in the ladle called Upa-bhṛit KātyŚr. Jaim.
aúpamanyava m. a descendant of Upa-manyu ŚBr. ChUp. Nir.
• (ās), m. pl., N. of a school belonging to the Yajur-veda. [Page 238, Column 3]
aupamānika mfn. (fr. upamāna), derived by analogy Comm. on Nyāyad.
≫ aupamika
aupamika mfn. (fr. 3. upa-mā), serving for or forming a comparison Nir.
≫ aupamya
aupamya n. (ifc. f. ā) the state or condition of resemblance or equality, similitude, comparison, analogy MBh. BhP. Bhag. &c. (cf. anaup○, ātmâup○, &c.)
aupayaja mfn. belonging to the verses called Upayaj, q.v. KātyŚr. ĀśvŚr.
aupayika mf(ī)n. (fr. upâya g. vinayâdi Pāṇ. 5-4, 34
• with shortening of the ā Kāś. on ib.), answering a purpose, leading to an object, fit, proper, right MBh. BhP. &c
• belonging to VarBṛS.
• obtained through a means or expedient L.
• (am), n. a means, expedient Kir. ii, 35
⋙ aupayikatā
○tā f
⋙ aupayikatva
○tva n. fitness, properness Sarvad. Comm. on KātyŚr. &c
aupayaugika mfn. (ifc.) relating to the application of (a remedy &c.) Suśr.
aupará m. a descendant of Upara, N. of Daṇḍa TS. MaitrS.
auparava mfn. relating to the hole called Upa-rava, q.v. Comm. on KātyŚr. viii, 5, 7
auparājika mf(ī and ā) n. (fr. upa-rāja g. kāśy-ādi Pāṇ. 4-2, 116), relating to a viceroy
auparādhayya n. (fr. uparādhaya g. brāhmaṇâdi Pāṇ. 5-1, 124), the state of being serviceable or officious
aupariṣṭa mfn. (fr. upariṣṭāt Kāty. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 104), being above
≫ aupariṣṭaka
aupariṣṭaka n. (scil. rata) a kind of coitus, Vātsy.
auparodhika mfn. (fr. upa-rodha), relating to a check or hindrance L.
• a staff of the wood of the Pīlu tree L.
aupala mfn. (fr. upala), made of stone, stony Mn. iv, 194
• raised from stones (as taxes), g. suṇḍikâ Pāṇ. 4-3, 76
• (ā), f. N. of a Śakti NṛisUp.
• (vḷ. omalā.)
aupavasathika mfn. designed for or belonging to the Upa-vasatha (q.v.) ceremony ĀśvŚr. Gobh. &c
• (am), n. N. of a Pariśishṭa of the Sāma-veda
≫ aupavasathya
aupavasathya mfn. = aupavasathika above AitBr. ĀśvŚr. KātyŚr.
aupavasta n. (fr. upa-vasta), fasting, a fast Āp. ii, 1, 5
≫ aupavastra
aupavastra n. fasting L.
≫ aupavastraka
aupavastraka n. food suitable for a fast L.
≫ aupavastha
aupavastha n. = aupavasta above
aupavāsa mf(ī)n. (fr. upa-vāsa g. vyuṣṭâdi Pāṇ. 5-1, 97), given during fasting, relating to fasting
≫ aupavāsika
aupavāsika mf(ī)n. fit or suitable for a fast, g. guḍâdi Pāṇ. 4-4, 103
• able to fast, g. saṃtāpâdi Pāṇ. 5-1, 101
≫ aupavāsya
aupavāsya n. fasting R.
aupavāhya mfn. (fr. upa-vāha), designed for driving or riding (as a carriage or elephant &c.) R.
• m. a king's elephant, any royal vehicle
aupavītika n. (fr. upa-viita), investiture with the sacred thread VāmP.
aupavīlī f. v. l. for ovilī, q.v
aúpaveśi m. a descendant of Upa-veśá, N. of Aruṇa TS. ŚBr.
aupaveṣika mfn. (fr. upa-veṣa g. vetanâdi Pāṇ. 4-4, 12), living by entertainment (?)
aupaśa See sv-aupaśá
aupaśada m. (fr. upa-śada), N. of an Ekâha KātyŚr. Lāṭy. TāṇḍyaBr. [Page 239, Column 1] Contents of this page
aupaśamika mfn. (fr. upa-śama), (with Jainas) resulting from the ceasing (of the effects of past actions) Sarvad.
aupaśāla mfn. (fr. śālā with upa), near the house or hall Pat.
aupaśivi m. a descendant of Upa-śiva, N. of a grammarian
aupaśleṣika mfn. (fr. upaśleṣa), connected by close contact Siddh.
aupasaṃkramaṇa mf(ī)n. (fr. upa-saṃkramaṇa), that which is given or proper to be done on the occasion of passing from one thing to another, g. vyuṣṭâdi Pāṇ. 5-1, 97
aupasaṃkhyānika mfn. (fr. upa-saṃkhyāna), depending on the authority of any addition or supplement, mentioned or occurring in one
• supplementary Comm. on Pāṇ.
aupasada mfn. occupied with or relating to the Upa-sad (q.v.) ceremony ĀśvŚr.
• (an Adhyāya or Anuvāka) in which the word upasad occurs, g. vimuktâdi Pāṇ. 5-2, 61
• m. a particular Ekāha (incorrect v. l. for aupaśada, p. 238, col. 3)
aupasaṃdhya mfn. (fr. saṃdhyā with upa), relating to dawn Naish.
aupasargika mfn. (fr. upa-sarga), superior to adversity, able to cope with calamity, g. saṃtāpâdi Pāṇ. 5-1, 101 superinduced, produced in addition to (or out of another disease) Suśr.
• infectious (as a disease) Suśr. i, 271, 13
• connected with a preposition, prepositive
• portentous
• relating to change &c. W.
• m. irregular action of the humors of the body (producing cold sweat &c.) L.
aupasīrya mfn. (fr. upa-sīra g. parimukhâdi Kāty. on Pāṇ. 4-3, 58), being on or near a plough
aupasthāna mf(ī)n. (fr. upasthāna), one whose business is to serve or wait on or worship, g. chattrâdi Pāṇ. 4-4, 62
≫ aupasthānika
aupasthānika mf(ī)n. one who lives by waiting on or worshipping, g. vetanâdi Pāṇ. 4-4, 12
≫ aupasthika
aupasthika mf(ī)n. (fr. upa-stha), living by the sexual organ (i.e. by fornication) ib.
≫ aupasthya
aupasthya n. cohabitation, sexual enjoyment BhP.
aupasthūṇya mfn. (fr. upa-sthūṇa g. parimukhâdi Kāty. on Pāṇ. 4-3, 58), being near or on a post
aupasvastī f. N. of a woman
⋙ aupasvastīputra
○putra m. N. of a teacher BṛĀrUp.
aupahastika mfn. (fr. upa-hasta g. vetanâdi Pāṇ. 4-4, 12 not in Kāś.), living by presents (? pratigraheṇa jīvati T.)
aupahārika mfn. (fr. upa-hāra), fit for an offering
• (am), n. that which forms an oblation, an oblation, offering MBh. xiii
aupākaraṇa mfn. (fr. upâkaraṇa), relating to the preparatory ceremony before beginning the study of the Veda
• (am). n. the time of that ceremony Āp. i, 10, 2
aupādānika mfn. (fr. upâdāna), effected by assuming or adopting
aupādhika mfn. (fr. upâdhi), relating to or depending on special qualities, limited by particular conditions, valid only under particular suppositions Sarvad. Comm. on RV. & ŚBr. &c
aupādhyāyaka mfn. (fr. upâdhyāya), coming from a teacher Kāś. on Pāṇ. 4-3, 77
aupānahya mfn. (fr. upā-nah), serving or used for making shoes Pāṇ. 5-1, 14 (as grass or leather Kāś.)
aupānuvākya mfn. (fr. upânuvākya), contained in the portion of the TS. called Upānuvākya Jaim. v, 3, 15. [Page 239, Column 2]
⋙ aupānuvākyakāṇḍa
○kāṇḍa n. = upânuvākya Comm. on TS.
aupāyika mfn. = aupayika, q.v. MBh. v, 7019
aúpāvi m. a descendant of Upāva, N. of Jānaśruteya ŚBr. v
aupāsana m. (scil. agni), (fr. upâsana), the fire used for domestic worship ŚBr. xii KātyŚr. PārGṛ. &c
• (scil. piṇḍa) a small cake offered to the Manes ŚāṅkhBr. and Śr.
• mf(ā)n. relating to or performed at an Aupāsana fire (as the evening and morning oblations) Yājñ. iii, 17 HirGṛ.
⋙ aupāsanaprayoga
○prayoga m. the manner of performing the rites at the Aupāsana fire Comm. on ĀśvŚr.
≫ aupāsanika
aupāsanika m. the Aupāsana fire Comm. on ĀśvŚr.
aúpoditi is, ī mf. a descendant of Upodita
• (is), m. N. of Tumiñja TS. i
≫ aupoditeya
aupoditeyá m. a descendant of Aupoditī ŚBr. i
aupodghātika mfn. (fr. upôdghāta), occasioned, occasional Comm. on ṢaḍvBr.
aum ind. the sacred syllable of the Śūdras ( 3. au)
auma 1
auma mf(ī)n. (fr. umā), made of flax, flaxen Pāṇ. 4-3, 158
≫ aumaka
aumaka mfn. id. ib.
≫ aumika
aumika mf(ī)n. relating to flax, g. aśvâdi Pāṇ. 5-1, 39
≫ aumīna
aumīna n. a field of flax Pāṇ. 5-2, 4
auma 2
auma mfn. relating to the goddess Umā, Paraś
≫ aumāpata
aumāpata n. (fr. umā-pati), relating to or treating on Umā's husband or Śiva Bālar.
aumbheyaka mfn. (fr. umbhi g. kattry-ādi Pāṇ. 4-2, 95), relating to one who fills up (cf. T.?)
auraga mfn. (fr. ura-ga), relating or belonging to a snake, serpentine MBh. Naish.
• (am), n. N. of the constellation Āśleshā L.
aurabhra mfn. (fr. ura-bhra), belonging to or produced from a ram or sheep Mn. iii, 268 MBh. Suśr. &c
• m. a coarse woollen blanket L.
• N. of a physician Suśr.
• (am), n. mutton, the flesh of sheep
• woollen cloth W.
≫ aurabhraka
aurabhraka n. a flock of sheep Pāṇ. 4-2, 39
≫ aurabhrika
aurabhrika mfn. relating to sheep W.
• m. a shepherd Mn. iii, 166
aurava n. (fr. uru), width, dimension, extension, spaciousness, g. pṛthv-ādi Pāṇ. 5-1, 122
• m. a descendant of Uru, N. of the Ṛishi Arga
auraśa v. l. for 2. aurasa below
aurasa 1
aurasa mf(ī)n. (fr. uras), belonging to or being in the breast, produced from the breast MBh.
• innate, own, produced by one's self Suśr.
• m. a sound produced from the breast PārGṛ. iii, 16
• an own son, legitimate son (one by a wife of the same caste married according to the prescribed rules) Mn. ix, 166, &c. Yājñ. ii, 128, &c. Hit. R. &c
• (ī), f. a legitimate daughter, Dāy. Naish.
≫ aurasāyani
aurasāyani m. a descendant of Uras, g. tikâdi Pāṇ. 4-1, 154
• a descendant of Aurasa ib.
≫ aurasi
aurasi m. a descendant of Uras (?)
≫ aurasika
aurasika mfn. like a breast, g. aṅguly-ādi Pāṇ. 5-3, 108
≫ aurasya
aurasya mfn. belonging to or produced from the breast (as a sound)
• produced by one's self, own, legitimate (cf. 1. aurasa.)
aurasa 2
aurasa mfn. coming from or belonging to Urasā, g. sindhv-ādi Pāṇ. 4-3, 93
aurā f. N. of a woman
auriṇa n. = airiṇa, q.v. L.
aurukṣaya n. (fr. uru-kṣaya), N. of a Sāman
≫ aurukṣayasa
aurukṣayasa m. a descendant of Urukshayas ĀśvŚr. [Page 239, Column 3]
aurjasya n. (fr. ūrjas), a particular style of composition, Pratāpar
≫ aurjitya
aurjitya n. (fr. ūrjita), strength, vigour Comm. on Kāvyâd.
aurṇa mf(ī)n. (fr. ūrṇā), made of wool, woollen Yājñ. ii, 179 MBh. Pāṇ.
≫ aurṇaka
aurṇaka mf(ī)n. id. Pāṇ. 4-3, 158
≫ aurṇanābha
aurṇanābha m. a descendant of Ūrṇanābha, g. śivâdi Pāṇ. 4-1, 112
≫ aurṇanābhaka
aurṇanābhaka mfn. inhabited by the Ūrṇanābhas (as a country), g. rājanyâdi Pāṇ. 4-2, 53
≫ aurṇavābha
aurṇavābhá m. a descendant of Ūrṇavābhi, N. of a demon RV. ii, 11, 18 ; viii, 32, 26 ; 77, 2
• N. of a grammarian Nir.
• of several other men ŚBr. &c
≫ aurṇāyava
aurṇāyava n. (fr. ūrṇāyu), N. of a Sāman TāṇḍyaBr. &c
≫ aurṇāvatya
aurṇāvatya m. (nom. pl. ○vatās), a descendant of Urṇāvat Pāṇ. 5-3, 118
≫ aurṇika
aurṇika mf(ī)n. woollen, g. aśvâdi Pāṇ. 5-1, 39
aurdāyanī f. a descendant of Urdi Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 99
aurdhva (fr. ūrdhva, q.v.), in the following compounds:
≫ aurdhvakālika
aurdhvakālika mf(ā and ī)n. (fr. ūrdhva-kāla), relating to subsequent time, g. kāśy-ādi Pāṇ. 4-2, 116
≫ aurdhvadeha
aurdhvadeha mfn. (fr. ūrdhva-deha), relating or referring to the state after death, relating to future life R. ii, 83, 24
≫ aurdhvadehika
aurdhvadehika mfn. id
• relating to a deceased person, performed in honour of the dead, funereal, funeral
• (am), n. the obsequies of a deceased person, any funeral ceremony
• whatever is offered or performed on a person's decease (as burning of the body, offering cakes, distributing alms &c.) Mn. xi, 10 MBh. R. Ragh. &c
⋙ aurdhvadehikakalpavalli
○kalpavalli f
⋙ aurdhvadehikanirṇaya
○nirṇaya m
⋙ aurdhvadehikapaddhati
○paddhati f
⋙ aurdhvadehikaprayoga
○prayoga m. N. of wks
≫ aurdhvadaihika
aurdhvadaihika mfn. = aurdhvadehika L.
≫ aurdhvaṃdamika
aurdhvaṃdamika mfn. (fr. ūrdhvaṃ-dama), belonging to an elevated or upright person or thing Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-3, 60
≫ aurdhvabhaktika
aurdhvabhaktika mfn. (fr. ūrdhva-bhakta), used or applied after a meal Car.
≫ aurdhvasadmana
aurdhvasadmana n. (fr. ūrdhva-sadman), N. of a Sāman TāṇḍyaBr. Lāṭy.
≫ aurdhvasrotasika
aurdhvasrotasika m. (fr. ūrdhva-srotas), a Śaiva (q.v.) L.
aurmileya m. a descendant of Urmilā Uttarar.
aurmya m. (fr. ūrmi?), a particular personification SāmavBr.
aurva 1
aurva m. a descendant of Ūrva, N. of a Ṛishi RV. viii, 102, 4 TS. vii AitBr. MBh. &c
• (in later mythology he is called Aurva Bhārgava as son of Cyavana and grandson of Bhṛigu
• he is the subject of a legend told in MBh. i, 6802
• there it is said that the sons of Kṛitaviirya, wishing to destroy the descendants of Bhṛigu in order to recover the wealth left them by their father, slew even the children in the womb
• one of the women of the family of Bhṛigu, in order to preserve her embryo, secreted it in her thigh [ūru], whence the child at its birth was named Aurva
• on beholding whom, the sons of Kṛitaviirya were struck with blindness, and from whose wrath proceeded a flame that threatened to destroy the world, had not Aurva at the persuasion of the Bhārgavas cast it into the ocean, where it remained concealed, and having the face of a horse
• Aurva was afterwards preceptor to Sagara and gave him the Āgneyâstram, with which he conquered the barbarians who invaded his possessions
• cf. vaḍavā-mukha, vaḍavâgni)
• N. of a son of Vasishṭha Hariv.
• (ās), m. pl., N. of a class of Pitṛis TāṇḍyaBr. Lāṭy.
• (ī), f. a female descendant of Ūrva Kāś. on Pāṇ. 4-1, 73
• (mfn.) produced by or relating to the Ṛishi Aurva MBh. i, 387, &c
• m. the submarine fire (cast into the ocean by Aurva Bhārgava, above.)
⋙ aurvadahana
○dahana m. the submarine fire Rājat.
⋙ aurvāgni
aurvâgni m. id. Prab. Śiś.
⋙ aurvānala
aurvânala m. id. Kād.
≫ aurvāya
aurvāya Nom. Ā. aurvāyate, to behave like the submarine fire Veṇis. [Page 240, Column 1] Contents of this page
aurva 2
aurva mf(ī)n. (fr. urvii), relating to the earth, of the earth VarBṛS.
• (am), n. fossil salt L.
≫ aurvara
aurvara mfn. (fr. urvarā), relating to or coming from the earth, coming from the ground (as dust) Śiś. xvi, 27
aurvaśa mfn. containing the word urvaśī (as an Adhyāya or Anuvāka), g. vimuktâdi Pāṇ. 5-2, 61
≫ aurvaśeya
aurvaśeya m. a descendant of Urvaśī Vikr.
• N. of Agastya L.
aula m. Arum Campanulatum (= ola) Nigh.
aulapi ayas m. pl. (fr. ulapa) N. of a warrior-tribe, g. dāmany-ādi Pāṇ. 5-3, 116
≫ aulapin
aulapin inas m. pl. the school of Ulapa Kāś. on Pāṇ. 4-3, 104
≫ aulapīya
aulapīya m. a king of the Aulapis above
aulabhīya m. a king of the Ulabhas, g. dāmany-ādi Pāṇ. 5-3, 116
aulāná m. N. of Śāntanava [Sāy.] RV. x, 98, 11
auluṇḍya m. a descendant of Uluṇḍa, N. of Supratīta VBr.
aulūka m. (fr. ulūka), N. of a village
• (am), n. a number of owls, g. khaṇḍikâdi Pāṇ. 4-2, 45
≫ aulūkīya
aulūkīya mfn. (fr. aulūka) Pat. on Vārtt. 2 on Pāṇ. 4-2, 104
≫ aulūkya
aulūkya m. a descendant of Ulūka, g. gargâdi Pāṇ. 4-1, 105
• a follower of the Vaiśeshika doctrine (cf. ulūka)
⋙ aulūkyadarśana
○darśana n. N. of the Vaiśeshika system Sarvad. 103 seqq. (erroneously printed aulukya-d○)
aulūkhalá mfn. (fr. ulūkhala), coming from a mortar, ground or pounded in a mortar ŚBr. KātyŚr.
• (au), m. du. mortar and pestle MaitrS. i, 4, 10
aulvaṇya n. (fr. ulvaṇa), excess, superabundance (?)
auvīlī f. vḷ. for oviilī, q.v
≫ auvelī
auvelī f. id
auveṇaka n. a kind of song (gītaka) Yājñ. iii, 113
auśata m. a descendant of Uśata Hariv.
auśana mf(ī)n. (fr. uśanas), = auśanasa below Kāś. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 8
• (am), n. N. of several Sāmans Comm. on Nyāyam.
≫ auśanasa
auśanasa mf(ī)n. relating to or originating from Uśanas, peculiar to him ĀśvGṛ. MBh. BhP. &c
• (as, ī), mf. a descendant of Uśanas MBh. i, 3376 BhP. vii, ix
• (am), n. (scil. śāstra) the lawbook of Uśanas Pañcat.
• N. of an Upa-purāṇa, KūrmaP
• N. of a Tīrtha MBh. iii, 7005
≫ auśanasya
auśanasya mfn. originating from Uśanas Mudr.
auśāná mfn. (perhaps pres. p. of ā-√vaś NBD.) wishing for, desirous (somena saha miśrī-bhāvaṃ kāmayamāna Sāy.) RV. x, 30, 9
auśijá mfn. (fr. uśij), desirous, zealous, wishing RV.
• N. of Kakshīvat and other Ṛishis RV. TS. ĀśvŚr. &c
auśīnara mf(ī)n. belonging to the Uśīnaras MBh. Hariv. &c
• (ī), f. N. of a wife of Purūravas Vikr.
≫ auśīnari
auśīnari m. a king of the Uśīnaras MBh.
auśīra mfn. made of Uśīra MBh. xii, 2299
• (as, am), m. n. the stick which serves as a handle to the cow's tail used as a fan or chowri L.
• the cow's tail used as a fan, the chowri W.
• (am), n. an unguent made of Uśīra Mṛicch.
• a bed (used also as a seat) L.
• a seat, chair, stool L.
• = uśīra, q.v. W.
≫ auśīrikā
auśīrikā f. the shoot (of a plant) L.
• a basin, bowl L.
auṣaṇa n. (fr. uṣaṇa), pungency L.
⋙ auṣaṇaśauṇḍī
○śauṇḍī f. black pepper L. [Page 240, Column 2]
auṣata incorrect for auśata, q.v
auṣadaśvi m. a descendant of Oshad-aśva, N. of Vasumat MBh. i, 3664
auṣadhá mf(ī)n. (fr. oṣadhi), consisting of herbs ŚBr. vii
• (ī), f. N. of Dākshāyaṇī MatsyaP.
• (am), n. herbs collectively, a herb ŚBr. AitBr. KātyŚr. &c
• herbs used in medicine, simples, a medicament, drug, medicine in general Mn. MBh. Ragh. &c
• a mineral W.
• a vessel for herbs
⋙ auṣadhapeṣaka
○peṣaka m. one who grinds or pounds medicaments Car.
⋙ auṣadhāvali
auṣadhâvali f. N. of a medical work composed by Prāna-kṛishṇa
≫ auṣadhi
auṣadhi is or ī f. = oṣadhi, q.v
≫ auṣadhīkṛ
auṣadhī-√kṛ to make into a medicament Mṛicch.
≫ auṣadhīya
auṣadhīya mfn. medicinal W.
• consisting of herbs, herby
auṣara n. (fr. ūṣara), fossil salt L.
• iron stone L.
≫ auṣaraka
auṣaraka n. fossil salt L.
auṣasá mf(ī)n. (fr. uṣas), relating to dawn, early, matutinal TBr. ii
• (ī́), f. daybreak, morning ŚBr. vi
• (am), n. N. of several Sāmans
≫ auṣasika
auṣasika mfn. walking out at daybreak
• early, matutinal &c. T.
≫ auṣika
auṣika mfn. (fr. 2. uṣ), id. Pat. on Pāṇ. 7-3, 51
auṣastya mfn. relating to or treating of the sage Ushasti
auṣija incorrect for auśija, q.v
auṣṭra mfn. (fr. uṣṭra), relating to or coming from a camel Gaut. xvii, 24 Mn. v, 8 Yājñ. Suśr. &c
• abounding in camels or buffaloes (as a country) Comm. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 69
• (am), n. the skin of a buffalo Vait.
• the camel genus
• camel-nature W.
≫ auṣṭraka
auṣṭraka mfn. coming from a camel Pāṇ. 4-3, 157
• (am), n. a herd or multitude of camels Pāṇ. 4-2, 39
≫ auṣṭraratha
auṣṭraratha mfn. (fr. uṣṭra-ratha), belonging to a carriage drawn by camels (as a wheel) Kāś. on Pāṇ. 4-3, 122
≫ auṣṭrākṣi
auṣṭrākṣi m. a descendant of Ushṭrâksha, N. of a teacher VBr.
≫ auṣṭrāyaṇa
auṣṭrāyaṇa m. a descendant of Ushṭra, g. arīhaṇâdi Pāṇ. 4-2, 80
≫ auṣṭrāyaṇaka
auṣṭrāyaṇaka mfn. relating to the above ib.
≫ auṣṭrika
auṣṭrika mfn. coming from a camel (as milk) Suśr.
• an oil-miller (tailika Nīlak.) MBh. viii, 2095
auṣṭhá mfn. (fr. oṣṭha), lip-shaped ŚBr. iv KātyŚr.
aúṣṇiha mfn. in the Ushṇih metre, beginning with an Ushṇih VS. ŚBr. SāṅkhŚr. &c
• (am), n. = uṣṇih g. prajñâdi Pāṇ. 5-4, 38
auṣṇīka ās m. pl., N. of a people MBh.
auṣṇya n. (fr. uṣṇa), heat, warmth, burning Yājñ. iii, 77 Suśr. &c
≫ auṣmya
auṣmya n. (fr. uṣmaṅ), id. Ragh. xvii, 33


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