Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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UKT: The grapheme {sa.} stands for two phonemes in Romabama.: palatal-stop /c/ {sa.} and dental-sibilant /s/ {Sa.}. However, Romabama makes a distinction in killed-consonants: killed-palatal-stop {c} and killed dental-sibilant {S}. - UKT111205


ca 1
ca the 20th letter of the alphabet, 1st of the 2nd (or palatal) class of consonants, having the sound of ch in church. -1
⋙ cakāra
○kāra m. the letter or sound ca
ca 2
ca ind. and, both, also, moreover, as well as (= ?, Lat. que, placed like these particles as an enclitic after the word which it connects with what precedes
• when used with a personal pronoun this must appear in its fuller accented form (e.g. táva ca máma ca [not te ca me ca], 'both of thee and me'), when used after verbs the first of them is accented Pāṇ. 8-1, 58 f
• it connects whole sentences as well as parts of sentences
• in RV. the double ca occurs more frequently than the single (e.g. aháṃ ca tváṃ ca, 'I and thou', viii, 62, 11)
• the double ca may also be used somewhat redundantly in class. Sanskṛit (e.g. kva hariṇakānāṃ jīvitaṃ câtilolaṃ kva ca vajra-sārāḥ śarās te, 'where is the frail existence, of fawns and where are thy adamantine arrows?' Śak. i, 10)
• in later literature, however, the first ca is more usually omitted (e.g. ahaṃ tvaṃ ca), and when more than two things are enumerated only one ca is often found (e.g. tejasā yaśasā lakṣmyā sthityā ca parayā, 'in glory, in fame, in beauty, and in high position' Nal. xii, 6)
• elsewhere, when more than two things are enumerated, ca is placed after some and omitted after others (e.g. ṛṇa-dātā ca vaidyaś ca śrotriyo nadī, 'the payer of a debt and a physician and a Brāhman and a river' Hit. i, 4, 55)
• in Ved. and even in class. Sanskṛit [Mn. iii, 20 ; ix, 322 Hit.], when the double ca would generally be used, the second may occasionally be omitted (e.g. indraś ca soma, 'both Indra and thou Soma' RV. vii, 104, 25
durbhedyaś câśusaṃdheyaḥ, 'both difficult to be divided and quickly united' Hit. i)
• with lexicographers ca may imply a reference to certain other words which are not expressed (e.g. kamaṇḍalau ca karakaḥ, 'the word karaka has the meaning 'pitcher' and other meanings')
• sometimes ca is = eva, even, indeed, certainly, just (e.g. su-cintitaṃ câuṣadhaṃ na nāma-mātreṇa karoty arogam, 'even a well-devised remedy does not cure a disease by its mere name' Hit.
yāvanta eva te tāvāṃśca saḥ, 'as great as they were just so great was he' Ragh. xii, 45)
• occasionally ca is disjunctive, 'but', 'on the contrary', 'on the other hand', 'yet', 'nevertheless' (varam ādyau na cântimaḥ, 'better the two first but not the last' Hit. [Page 380, Column 2]
śāntam idam āśrama-padaṃ sphurati ca bāhuḥ, 'this hermitage is tranquil yet my arm throbs' Śak. i, 15)
ca-ca, though-yet Vikr. ii, 9
ca-na ca, though - yet not Pat.
ca - na tu (vḷ. nanu), id., Mālav-. iv, 8
na ca - ca, though not - yet Pat.
ca may be used for , 'either', 'or' (e.g. iha câmutra vā, 'either here or hereafter' Mn. xii, 89
strī vā pumān vā yac cânyat sattvam, 'either a woman or a man or any other being' R.), and when a neg. particle is joined with ca the two may then be translated by 'neither', 'nor'
• occasionally one ca or one na is omitted (e.g. na ca paribhoktuṃ nâiva śaknomi hātum, 'I am able neither to enjoy nor to abandon' Śak. v, 18
na pūrvâhṇe nā ca parâhṇe, 'neither in the forenoon nor in the afternoon')
ca-ca may express immediate connection between two acts or their simultaneous occurrence (e.g. mama ca muktaṃ tamasā mano manasijena dhanuṣi śaraś ca niveśitaḥ, 'no sooner is my mind freed from darkness than a shaft is fixed on his bow by the heart-born god', vi, 8)
ca is sometimes = cêd, 'if' (cf. Pāṇ. 8-1, 30
• the verb is accented) RV. AV. MBh. Vikr. ii, 20 Bhartṛ. ii, 45
ca may be used as an expletive (e.g. anyaiś ca kratubhiś ca, 'and with other sacrifices')
ca is often joined to an adv. like eva, api, tathā, tathâiva, &c., either with or without a neg. particle (e.g. vairiṇaṃ nôpaseveta sahâyaṃ caiva vairiṇaḥ, 'one ought not to serve either an enemy or the ally of an enemy' Mn. iv, 133)
• ( See eva, api, &c.) For the meaning of ca after an interrogative See 2. , 2. kathā́, kím, kvá) ; [cf. ?, Lat. que, pe (in nempe &c.) ; Goth. uh ; Zd. ca ; Old Pers. .] -2
⋙ cakāra
○kāra m. the particle ca Pāṇ. 2-3, 72 Kāś.
⋙ casamāsa
○samāsa m. a Dvandva compound Vop. Sch.
⋙ cādi
câdi a Gaṇa of Pāṇ. 1-4, 57 (including the indeclinable particles),
ca 3
ca mfn. pure L.
• moving to and fro L.
• mischievous L.
• seedless L.
• m. a thief. L.
• the moon L.
• a tortoise L.
• Śiva L.
cak cl. 1. P. Ā. ○kati, ○kate, to be satiated or contented or satisfied Dhātup. iv, 19
• to repel, resist ib.
• to shine, xix, 21 (cf. √kan and kam.)
≫ caka
caka m. (√kan?) N. of a Nāga priest TāṇḍyaBr. xxv, 15, 3 (vḷ. cakka) (cf. kuṭī-.)
≫ cakana
cakana g. cūrṇâdi (vv. ll. cakkana and cakvana)
≫ cakita
cakita mfn. trembling, timid, frightened Mṛicch. i, 16 Ragh. Megh. &c. (a- neg. 'not staggering', as the gait Daś.)
• n. trembling, timidity, alarm Mṛicch. &c
• (am), ind. tremblingly, with great alarm Mālav. i, 10 Gīt. Sāh.
• (ā), f. a metre of 4 x 16 syllables (cf. uc-, pra-.)
⋙ cakitacakita
○cakita mfn. greatly alarmed BhP.
• (am), ind. with great alarm Megh. 14
⋙ cakitahṛdaya
○hṛdaya mfn. faint-hearted W.
cakaṭy-odana n. bad rice Divyâv. xxxv, 231 ff
cakās 1
cakās (cf. √kāś), cl. 2. P. cakāsti (3 pl. ○sati Pāṇ. 6-1, 6 BhP. v Bhaṭṭ.
• p. ○sat Śiś. i, 8 BhP. iii, 19, 14
• impf. acakāt, 2. sg. ○kās or ○kāt Pāṇ. 8-2, 73 f. Kāś.
• Impv. cakāddhi, 25 Kār. 1 [Pat.]
○kādhi Pat. on Kār. 3
• pf. ○kāsāṃ cakāra [vi, 4, 112 Siddh.] Bhaṭṭ.
• cl. 1. Ā.? 3. du. cakāśete MBh. iii, 438 ; viii, 2328), to shine, be bright: Caus. cakāsayati (aor. acacakāsat or acīc○ Pāṇ. 7-4, 81 Siddh.), to cause to shine, make bright Śiś. iii, 6
≫ cakās 2
cakās mfn. shining Pāṇ. 8-2, 73 Kāś.
≫ cakāsita
cakāsita mfn. illuminated, splendid W.
cakita See √cak
cakṛvat n. (for ○vas pf. P. p.) a perfect form (of any verb) ŚāṅkhBr. xxii, 3
cakora m. (√cak Uṇ.) the Greek partridge (Perdix rufa
• fabled to subsist on moonbeams [ŚārṅgP.
cf. Gīt. i, 23], hence 'an eye drinking the nectar of a moon-like face' is poetically called c○ BrahmaP. Kathās. lxxvii, 50
• the eyes of the Cakora are said to turn red when they look on poisoned food Kām. Naish. Kull. on Mn. vii, 217) MBh. Lalit. Suśr. &c
• (pl.) N. of a people AV. Pariś. lvi
• (sg.) of a prince BhP. xii, 1, 24
• of a town (?) Hcar. vi
• (ī), f. a female Cakora bird Kathās. il, 213
⋙ cakoradṛś
○dṛś mfn. having (eyes like those of the Cakora bird, i.e. having) beautiful eyes Śiś. vi, 48
⋙ cakoranetra
○netra mf(ā)n. id. MBh. vii Mṛicch. i, 3 Ragh. [Page 380, Column 3]
⋙ cakoravrata
○vrata n. 'habit of a Cakora bird', enjoying the nectar of a moon-like face Kathās. lxxvi, 11
⋙ cakṣorākṣa
cakṣorâkṣa mf(ī)n. = ○ra-dṛś Vcar. viii, 42 Bharaṭ. iii, 2
≫ cakoraka
cakoraka m. ifc. = ○ra (Perdix rufa)
≫ cakorāya
cakorāya Nom. Ā. to act like the Cakora bird Kathās. lxxxix, 41
cakk cl. 10. P. ○kkayati, to suffer Dhātup. xxxii, 56
• to give or inflict pain (?) ib.
≫ cakka
cakka vḷ. for caka
≫ cakkana
cakkana vḷ. for cakana
cakkala mfn. (for cakrala) round, circular (?) Uṇ. i, 108 Sch.
≫ cakkalaka
cakkalaka n. a series of 4 Ślokas (= caturbhiḥ kulaka) Rājat. vii, 193 Śiś. xix, 29 Sch. Śrīkaṇṭh. iii, 50 Sch. (cf. cakra-bandha.)
caknasa m. (√knas) Vop. xxvi, 30
cakrá n. (Ved. rarely m
• g. ardharcâdi
• fr. √car?
• √1. kṛ Pāṇ. 6-1, 12, Kāś.) the wheel (of a carriage, of the Sun's chariot [RV.], of Time [i, 164, 2-48]
○kráṃ-√car, to drive in a carriage ŚBr. vi) RV. &c
• a potter's wheel ŚBr. xi Yājñ. iii, 146 (cf. -bhrama &c.)
• a discus or sharp circular missile weapon (esp. that of Vishṇu) MBh. R. Suśr. Pañcat. BhP.
• an oil-mill Mn. iv. 85 MBh. xii, 6481 & 7697
• a circle R. BhP. &c. (kalâpa-, 'the circle of a peacock's tail' Ṛitus. ii, 14)
• an astronomical circle (e.g. rāśi-, the zodiac) VarBṛS. Sūryas.
• a mystical circle or diagram, Tantr
• = -bandha, q.v. Sāh. x, 13 a/b
• a cycle, cycle of years or of seasons Hariv. 652
• 'a form of military array (in a circle)', See -vyūha
• circular flight (of a bird) Pañcat. ii, 57
• a particular constellation in the form of a hexagon VarBṛS. xx VarBṛ. Laghuj.
• a circle or depression of the body (for mystical or chiromantic purposes ; 6 in number, one above the other, viz. 1. mūlâdhāra, the parts about the pubis
• 2. svâdhiṣṭhāna, the umbilical region
• 3. maṇi-pūra, the pit of the stomach or epigastrium
• 4. anāhata, the √of the nose
• 5. viśuddha, the hollow between the frontal sinuses
• 6. ājñâkhya, the fontenelle or union of the coronal and sagittal sutures
• various faculties and divinities are supposed to be present in these hollows)
• N. of a metre (= -pāta)
• a circle or a similar instrument (used in astron.) Laghuj. Sūryas. xiii, 20 Gol. xi, 10 ff
• (also m. L.) a troop, multitude MBh. v, ix (○krâvalī, q.v.) Hariv. R. &c
• the whole number of (in comp.) Sarvad. xi, 127
• a troop of soldiers, army, host MBh. (ifc. f. ā, iii, 640) BhP. i, ix Cāṇ.
• a number of villages, province, district L.
• (fig.) range, department VarBṛS. xxx, 33
• the wheel of a monarch's chariot rolling over his dominions, sovereignty, realm Yājñ. i, 265 MBh. i, xiii BhP. ix, 20, 32 VP.
• (pl.) the winding of a river L.
• a whirlpool L.
• a crooked or fraudulent device (cf. cakrikā) L.
• the convolutions or spiral marks of the Śāla-grāma or ammonite W.
• N. of a medicinal plant or drug Suśr. vf
• of a Tīrtha BhP. x, 78, 19
• m. the ruddy goose or Brāhmany duck (Anas Casarca, called after its cries
• cf. -vāká) MBh. ix, 443 Bālar. viii, 58 Kathās. lxxii, 40 ŚārṅgP.
• (pl.) N. of a people MBh. vi, 352
• (g. aśvâdi) N. of a man, BṛArUp. iii, 4, 1 Sch.
• of another man Kathās. lvi, 144
• of a Nāga MBh. i, 2147
• of one of Skanda's attendants MBh. ix, 2539 and 2542
• of a mountain BhP. v, 20, 15 Kathās. liv. 16
• (ā), f. a kind of Cyperus or another plant L.
• (ī́), f. a wheel (instr. sg. ○kríyā
• gen. du. ○kryós) RV.
• (du. ○kriyau) Kāṭh. xxix, 7
• [cf. a-, aṣṭā́-, uccā-, éka-, kāla-, kū-, daṇḍa-, dik-, dharma-, mahā-, mātṛ-, ródha-, viṣṇu-, sa-, saptá-, hiraṇya-
tri- and sucakrá ; also,. ?, Lat. circus ; Angl. Sax. hveohl, Engl. wheel.]
⋙ cakrakāraka
○kāraka n. the perfume unguis odoratus Bhpr. v, 2, 80
⋙ cakrakulyā
○kulyā f. a kind of fern (citra-parṇī) L.
⋙ cakragaja
○gaja m. Cassia Tora L.
⋙ cakragaṇḍu
○gaṇḍu m. a round pillow L.
⋙ cakragati
○gati f. rotation, revolution W.
⋙ cakraguccha
○guccha m. 'having circular clusters', Jonesia Aśoka L.
⋙ cakragulma
○gulma m. 'having a circular excretion', a camel Npr.
⋙ cakragoptṛ
○goptṛ m. du. 'wheel-protectors' two men whose business is to preserve the wheels of a carriage from damage MBh. vii, 1627 (cf. -rakṣa.)
⋙ cakragrahaṇī
○grahaṇī f. 'armykeeper', a rampart (cf. Sch.) iii, 641
⋙ cakracara
○cara m. pl. 'going in a circle', N. of a class of superhuman beings, iii, 8214 ; xiii, 6493 ff
• 'a juggler' (cf. cakrâṭa) or 'a potter' (cf. Sch.) VarBṛS. x, 12
⋙ cakracārin
○cārin mfn. flying in a circle (a bird) Hariv. 3494. [Page 381, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ cakracūḍāmaṇi
○cūḍāmaṇi m. 'round jewel (in a coronet)', a honorific N. of Vop.
• N. of the elder brother of the astronomer Bala-bhadra (17th century)
• N. of a treatise
⋙ cakrajāti
○jāti f. = -bandha
⋙ cakrajīvaka
○jīvaka m. 'living by his wheel', a potter L.
⋙ cakrajīvin
○jīvin m. id. W.
⋙ cakraṇadī
○ṇadī f. = -nadī g. girinady-ādi
⋙ cakraṇitamba
○ṇitamba m. = -nit○ ib.
⋙ cakratalāmra
○talâmra m. a kind of mango tree L.
⋙ cakratīrtha
○tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha (cf. cakra) VarP. ŚivaP. Prab. iv f. &c
⋙ cakratuṇḍa
○tuṇḍa (○krá-), m. 'circularbeaked', a kind of mythical being Suparṇ. xxiii, 4
• a kind of fish R. (B) iii, 73, 14
⋙ cakrataila
○taila n. oil prepared from the Cakra(-gaja?) plant Suśr.
⋙ cakradaṃṣṭra
○daṃṣṭra m. 'having curved tusks', a hog L. (vḷ. vakr○)
⋙ cakradatta
○datta m. (= -pāṇi-datta), N. of an author
-nāmaka-grantha m. N. of wk
⋙ cakradantī
○dantī f. N. of a plant L.
-bīja m. 'having seeds resembling those of the plant Cakra-danti', N. of a plant L.
⋙ cakradīpikā
○dīpikā f. 'diagram-illuminator', N. of a work Tantras. ii
⋙ cakradundubhya
○"ṣdundubhya mfn. relating to a wheel and to a drum KātyŚr. iv, 3, 13
⋙ cakradṛś
○dṛś mfn. 'circular-eyed', N. of an Asura BhP. viii, 10, 21
⋙ cakradeva
○deva m. 'having the wheel (of a war-chariot) for his deity', N. of a warrior MBh. ii, 621 Hariv. 6626 and 6642 f
⋙ cakradvāra
○dvāra m. N. of a mountain MBh. xii, 12035
⋙ cakradhanus
○dhanus m. N. of a Ṛishi, v, 3795
⋙ cakradhara
○dhara mfn. or m. bearing a wheel, wheelbearer Pañcat. v, 3, 10/11 ff. (once -dhāra)
• = -bhṛt MBh. i, 6257 Mṛicch. v, 3 Ragh. xvi, 55
• driving in a carriage (?, 'a snake' or 'a governor' Sch.
cf. Mn. ii, 138 and Yājñ. i, 117) MBh. xiii, 7570
• m. a sovereign, emperor, iii, xii Hariv. 10999
• governor of a province L.
• = caraka VarBṛ. xv, 1 Sch.
• a snake Rājat. i, 261
• a village tumbler (cf. cakrâṭa) W.
• N. of a man Karmapr. Sch.
• of other men Kathās. &c
• of a locality Rājat. iv, 191
⋙ cakradharman
○dharman m. N. of a Vidyā-dhara prince MBh. ii, 408
⋙ cakradhāra
○dhāra for -dhara, q.v
• (ā), f. the periphery of a wheel W.
⋙ cakranakha
○nakha m.= -kāraka L.
⋙ cakranadī
○nadī f. (g. girinady-ādi) N. of a river BhP. v, 7, 9
⋙ cakranābhi
○nābhi f. the nave of a wheel Suśr.
⋙ cakranāman
○nāman m. = -sâhvaya Kād.
• a pyritic ore of iron (mākṣika) L.
⋙ cakranāyaka
○nāyaka m. the leader of a troop Rājat. ii, 106
• = -kāraka L.
⋙ cakranārāyaṇīsaṃhitā
○nārāyaṇī-saṃhitā f. N. of wk. Smṛitit. ix
⋙ cakranitamba
○nitamba m. = -ṇit○ g. girinady-ādi
⋙ cakranemi
○nemi f. 'wheel-felly', N. of one of the mothers attending on Skanda MBh. ix, 2623
⋙ cakrapadmāṭa
○padmâṭa m. = -gaja L.
⋙ cakraparivyādha
○parivyādha m. Cathartocarpus fistula L.
⋙ cakraparṇī
○parṇī f. = -kulyā Npr.
⋙ cakrapāṇi
○pāṇi m. 'discus-handed', Vishṇu ṢaḍvBr. v, 10 MBh. vi, 1900
• (○ṇin) Hariv. 8193 and 8376
• N. of a medical author
-datta m. id
⋙ cakrapāṇin
○pāṇin for ○ṇi, q.v
⋙ cakrapāta
○pāta m. a metre of 4 x 14 syllables
⋙ cakrapāda
○pāda m. 'wheel-footed', a carriage L.
• 'circular-footed', an elephant L.
⋙ cakrapāla
○pāla m. the superintendent of a province W.
• one who carries a discus W.
• a circle W.
• the horizon W.
• N. of a poet Kshem.
⋙ cakrapālita
○pālita m. N. of a man
⋙ cakrapura
○pura n. N. of a town (built by Cakra-mardikā Rājat. iv, 213) Kathās. cxxiii, 213
⋙ cakrapuṣkariṇī
○puṣkariṇī f. N. of a sacred tank at Benares KāśīKh.
⋙ cakraphala
○phala n. a missile weapon (kind of discus) L.
⋙ cakrabandha
○bandha m. a stanza artificially arranged in a diagram, Pratāpar
• (am), ind. so as to fasten or bind in a particular way Pāṇ. 3-4, 41 Kāś.
⋙ cakrabandhanā
○bandhanā f. a kind of jasmine Npr.
⋙ cakrabāndhava
○bāndhava m. 'friend of Cakra(-vāka)birds (supposed to couple only in day-time)', the sun L.
⋙ cakrabālā
○bālā f. Hibiscus cannabinus Npr.
⋙ cakrabhaṅga
○bhaṅga m. break of a wheel Mn. viii, 291
⋙ cakrabhānu
○bhānu m. N. of a Brāhman Rājat. vi, 108
⋙ cakrabhṛt
○bhṛt m. 'discus-bearer', Vishṇu Rājat. i, 38
⋙ cakrabhedinī
○bhedinī f. 'dividing the Cakra(-vāka) couples (cf. -bāndhava)', night L.
⋙ cakrabhrama
○bhrama mfn. turning like a wheel Mcar. vi, 12
• m. = ○mi Ragh. vi, 32 Sāṃkhyak. 67 (vḷ.)
⋙ cakrabhramaṇa
○bhramaṇa m. N. of a mountain Vīrac. xii
⋙ cakrabhrami
○bhrami f. rotation of a wheel Sāṃkhyak. 67 Ragh. (C) vi, 32
⋙ cakrabhrānti
○bhrānti f. rotation of the wheels (of a chariot) W.
⋙ cakramaṭha
○maṭha m. N. of a college (built in a circular form by Cakra-varman) Rājat. v, 403
⋙ cakramaṇḍalin
○maṇḍalin m. the Boa constrictor L.
⋙ cakramanda
○manda m. N. of a Nāga MBh. xvi, 120
⋙ cakramarda
○marda m. = -gaja Suśr. iv, 9, 11
⋙ cakramardaka
○mardaka m. id. L.
• (ikā), f. N. of a wife of Līlâditya Rājat. iv, 213 and 393
⋙ cakramāsaja
○m-āsajá mfn. stopping the wheels (of a chariot) RV. v, 34, 6
⋙ cakramīmāṃsā
○mīmāṃsā f. N. of wk
⋙ cakramukha
○mukha m. = -daṃṣṭra L.
⋙ cakramusala
○musala mfn. (a battle) carried on with the discus and club Hariv. 5346 (cf. 5648)
⋙ cakramedinī
○medinī for -bhed○ Gal.
⋙ cakramelaka
○melaka N. of a locality in Kaśmīr Kathās. cxxiii, 213 and 221 Rājat. vi, 108
⋙ cakramauli
○mauli 'having a circular diadem', N. of a Rākshasa R. vi, 69, 14. [Page 381, Column 2]
⋙ cakramaulin
○maulin mfn. having the wheels turned upwards Hariv. 3415
⋙ cakrayāna
○yāna n. any wheel-carriage L.
⋙ cakrayoga
○yoga m. applying a splint or similar instrument by means of pulleys (in case of dislocation of the thigh) Suśr. iv, 3, 25
⋙ cakrayodhin
○yodhin m. 'discus-fighter', N. of a Dānava VP. i, 21, 12
⋙ cakrarakṣa
○rakṣa m. du. = -goptṛ MBh. i, iv, vi
⋙ cakrarada
○rada m. = -daṃṣṭra L.
⋙ cakrarāja
○rāja m. N. of a mystical diagram Rudray.
⋙ cakralakṣaṇā
○lakṣaṇā f. Cocculus cordifolius L.
⋙ cakralakṣaṇikā
○lakṣaṇikā f. id. Bhpr.
⋙ cakralatāmra
○latâmra for -talâmra W.
⋙ cakravat
○vat mfn. furnished with wheels, wheeled Pāṇ. 8-2, 12 Kāś.
• armed with a discus W.
• circular W.
• m. an oil-grinder Mn. iv, 84
• N. of Vishṇu W.
• a sovereign, emperor W.
• N. of a mountain Hariv. 12408 and 12847 R. iv, 43, 32
• n. a chariot Baudh. i, 3, 34
• ind. like a wheel, in rotation W.
• (-vad) -gati mfn. turning like a wheel MBh. xii, 873
⋙ cakravarta
○varta See -vṛtta
⋙ cakravartin
○vartin mfn. rolling everywhere without obstruction Kathās. cvii, 133
• m. a ruler the wheels of whose chariot roll everywhere without obstruction, emperor, sovereign of the world, ruler of a Cakra (or country described as extending from sea to sea ; 12 princes beginning with Bharata are esp. considered as Cakravartins) MaitrUp. MBh. Buddh. Jain. &c
• mfn. supreme, holding the highest rank among (gen. or in comp.) Kum. vii, 52 Gīt. i, 2 Kathās. i, xx
• m. Chenopodium album L.
• N. of the author of a Comm. on Alaṃkāras., Pratāpar. Sch.
• (inī), f. the fragrant plant Jantukā L.
• Nardostachys Jaṭāmāṃsi L.
• = alaktaka L.
○ti-tā f. the state of a universal emperor Daś. xiii, 79
○ti-tva n. id. Hariv. 8815
⋙ cakravarman
○varman m. N. of a king of Kaśmīr Rājat. v, 287 ff
⋙ cakravāka
○vāká m. the Cakra bird (Anas Casarca
• the couples are supposed to be separated and to mourn during night) RV. ii, 39, 3 VS. xxiv f. AV. xiv MBh. &c
• (ī). f. the female of the Cakra(-vāka) bird Megh. 80 Kathās. Sāh.
-bandhu m. = ○kra-bāndhava L.
-maya mfn. consisting of Cakra birds Kād. vi, 272 Hcar. iv, 36
-vatī f. 'abounding in Cakra-vākas', (probably) N. of a river, g. ajirâdi
○kôpakūjita mfn. made resonant with the cooing or cry of the Cakra-vāka MBh. iii, 2512
⋙ cakravākin
○"ṣvākin mfn. filled with Cakra-vākas Ragh. xv, 30
⋙ cakravāṭa
○vāṭa m. a limit, boundary L.
• a lamp-stand L.
• engaging in an action (?, kriyâroha) L.
⋙ cakravāḍa
○vāḍa m. fire Gal.
• the mountain-range Cakra-vāla Kāraṇḍ. xxiii
• n. 'a circle', or 'a troop, multitude' L.
⋙ cakravāta
○vāta m. a whirlwind BhP. x
⋙ cakravāla
○vāla n. (fr. -vāḍa) a circle MBh. i, 7021 ff Sūryapr.
• = ○la-yamaka Bhaṭṭ. x, 6 Sch.
• m. n. a mass, multitude, number, assemblage MBh. i Hariv. 4098 VarBṛS. &c
• m. N. of a mythical range of mountains (encircling the orb of the earth and being the limit of light and darkness) Buddh.: Kāvyâd. ii, 99 (○lâdri)
-yamaka n. a kind of artificial stanza (as Bhaṭṭ. x, 6)
○lâtman f. N. of a goddess BrahmaP. ii, 18, 12
⋙ cakravālaka
○"ṣvālaka n. a kind of rhetorical figure, Pratāpar
⋙ cakravāladhi
○vāladhi m. 'curved-tail', a dog L. (cf. vakr○.)
⋙ cakravimala
○vimala N. of a plant Buddh. L.
⋙ cakravṛtta
○vṛtta (○krá-), mfn. turned on a potter's wheel MaitrS. i, 8, 3
• (a-cakravarta, for ○vṛtta neg.) ĀpŚr. vi, 3, 7 (cf. ○kru-v○.)
⋙ cakravṛddhi
○vṛddhi f. interest upon interest Gaut. Nār.
• Bṛihasp. Mn. viii, 153
• wages for transporting goods in a carriage, 156
⋙ cakravyūha
○vyūha m. any circular array of troops MBh. i, 2754 ; vii, 1471 (cf. also 3108)
• N. of a Kiṃnara prince Kāraṇḍ. i, 29
⋙ cakraśatapattra
○śata-pattra N. of a plant Buddh. L.
⋙ cakraśreṇī
○śreṇī f. Odina pinnata (bearing a curved fruit) L.
⋙ cakrasaṃvara
○saṃvara m. N. of a Buddha (vajra-ṭīka) L.
⋙ cakrasaktha
○saktha mfn. bow-legged Pāṇ. 6-2, 198 Kāś.
⋙ cakrasaṃjña
○saṃjña n. tin L.
⋙ cakrasāhvaya
○sâhvaya m. the Cakra(-vāka) bird MBh. xiii, 2836 R. iv, 51, 38
⋙ cakrasena
○sena m. N. of a son of Tārā-candra and father of Siṃha
• (ā), f. N. of a princess Kathās. liv, III
⋙ cakrasvastikanandyāvarta
○svastika-nandy-āvarta m. 'having the wheel the Svastika and the Nandy-āvarta emblems', N. of Buddha Divyâv.
⋙ cakrasvāmin
○svāmin m. (cf. -bhṛt) Vishṇu
⋙ cakrahasta
○hasta m. (= -pāṇi) id. W.
⋙ cakrahrada
○hrada m. N. of a lake SkandaP.
⋙ cakrākāra
cakrâkāra mf(ā)n. disc-shaped (the earth) Sūryas. xii, 54
⋙ cakrākī
cakrâkī vḷ. for ○krâṅkī. W.
⋙ cakrākṛti
cakrâkṛti mfn. = ○kāra W.
⋙ cakrāṅkā
cakrâṅkā f. Cocculus tomentosus Bhpr.v, 3, 307 (vḷ. ○krâhvā)
• Cyperus pertenuis L.
⋙ cakrāṅkitā
cakrâṅkitā f. a kind of plant Pañcat. iii, 73/74
⋙ cakrāṅkī
cakrâṅkī f. = ○ṅgī, a goose L.
⋙ cakrāṅga
cakrâṅga m. 'curved-neck', a gander MBh. viii, xii f. R. v, 16, 11
• the Cakra(-vāka) bird Mn. v, 12
• 'wheellimbed (cf. ○kra-pāda)', a carriage L.
• n. 'disc- shaped', a parasol L. [Page 381, Column 3]
• (ā), f. = ○ṅkā, Cocculus tomentosus W.
• (ī), f. = ○ṅkī, a goose L.
• Helleborus niger L.
• Cocculus tomentosus L.
• Rubia munjista L.
• Enhydra Heloncha L.
• the plant karkaṭa-śṛṅgī L.
⋙ cakrāṅganā
cakrâṅganā f. the female of the Cakra(-vāka) bird Kathās. lxxii, 58
⋙ cakrāṭa
cakrâṭa m. (= ○kra-cara) a juggler, snake-catcher, snakecharmer L.
• a knave, cheat L.
• a gold coin, Dīnār L.
⋙ cakrāti
cakrâti m. pl., N. of a people MBh. vi, 352 (vakrâtapa ed. Calc.)
⋙ cakrādhivāsin
cakrâdhivāsin m. 'abode for Cakra(-vāka) birds', the orange-tree L.
⋙ cakrāyudha
cakrâyudha m. 'whose weapon is the discus', Vishṇu or Kṛishṇa MBh. i, 1163
Hariv. R. Kathās. lxxxi
⋙ cakrāyodhya
cakrâyodhya m. 'not to be conquered by a discus', N. of a prince Buddh.
⋙ cakrārdhacakravāla
cakrârdhacakravāla a semicircle Sūryapr.
⋙ cakrālu
cakrâlu m. = ○kratalâmra Npr.
⋙ cakrāvarta
cakrâvarta m. whirling or rotatory motion L.
⋙ cakrāvalī
cakrâvalī f. a number, multitude MBh. ix, 443
⋙ cakrāśman
cakrâśman m. a sling for throwing stones, i, 8257
⋙ cakrāhva
cakrâhva m. = ○hvaya Pāṇ.Ś. (cf. RV.) 36 Yājñ. i, 173 Suśr. BhP. Kathās.
• = ○kra-gaja L.
• (ā), f. See ○krâṅkā
⋙ cakrāhvaya
cakrâhvaya m. = ○kra-sâhvaya VarBṛS. Kād. iii
⋙ cakrendraka
cakrêndraka m. a kind of mustard Npr.
⋙ cakreśa
cakrêśa m. (= ○kra-vartin) sovereign of the world Padyas. 12
⋙ cakreśvara
cakrêśvara m. 'lord of the discus', Vishṇu Rājat. iv, 276
• 'lord of the troops', Bhairava Kathās. lvi, 106
• = ○śa Padyas. 12
• (ī), f. one of the Vidyā-devis (executing the orders of the 1st Arhat) L.
⋙ cakrottha
cakrôttha m. a kind of mustard Npr.
⋙ cakrollāsa
cakrôllāsa m. N. of wk
≫ cakraka
cakraka mfn. resembling a wheel or circle, circular W.
• m. a kind of serpent (cf. cakra-maṇḍalin) Suśr. v, 4, 34
• Dolichos biflorus L.
• N. of a Ṛishi MBh. xiii, 253
• n. a particular way of fighting Hariv. iii, 124, 19 (vḷ. citraka)
• arguing in a circle Pat.
• (ā), f. a kind of plant having great curative properties (white Abrus L.) Suśr. iv, 30, 3 and 19
• (ikā), f. a troop, multitude Rājat. iv, viii
• a crooked or fraudulent device, v
⋙ cakrakāśraya
cakrakâśraya m. arguing in a circle Sarvad. xi, 27
≫ cakrala
cakrala mfn. (cf. cakkala) crisp, curled (barbara) L.
• (ā), f. a kind of Cyperus L.
≫ cakrika
cakrika m. a discus-bearer Buddh. L.
• (= ○kraka) Dolichos biflorus Npr.
• (ā), f. See ○kraka
≫ cakrin
cakrin mfn. having wheels L.
• driving in a carriage Gaut. Mn. ii, 138 Yājñ. i, 117
• bearing a discus, or (m.) 'discus-bearer', Kṛishṇa Bhag. xi, 17 BhP. i, 9, 4 Rājat. i, 262
• m. a potter L.
• an oil-grinder Yājñ. i, 141
• N. of Śiva MBh. xiii, 745
• a sovereign of the world, king HPariś.
• the governor of a province (grāma-jālika
grāmayājin, 'one who offers sacrifices for a whole village' L.) W.
• a kind of juggler or tumbler who exhibits tricks with a discus or a wheel (jālika-bhid) L.
• an informer (sūcaka) L.
• a cheat, rogue L.
• a snake
• the Cakra(-vāka) bird L.
• an ass L.
• a crow. L.
• = ○kra-gaja L.
• 'N. of a man' (?), See cákri
• Dalbergia ujjeinensis L.
• = ○kra-kāraka L.
• m. pl., N. of a Vaishṇava sect (cf. sa-.)
≫ cakriya
cakríya mfn. belonging to a wheel or carriage RV. k, 89, 4
• going on a carriage, being on a journey AitBr. i, 14, 4 (gen. pl. ○yāṇām
• fr. cakrin and √ Sāy.)
≫ cakrī 1
cakrī ind. in comp
⋙ cakrīkṛ
○√kṛ to make round or circular, curve or bend (a bow) Kum. iii, 70 Bālar. v, 3 Kuval. 475
⋙ cakrībhū
○√bhū to be made circular or bent (a bow) Prasannar. vii, 41
≫ cakrī 2
cakrī f. of ○krá, q.v
⋙ cakrīvat
○vat mfn. (Pāṇ. 8-2, 12) furnished with wheels, wheeled
TāṇḍyaBr. ĀśvŚr. ŚāṅkhŚr. KātyŚr. Lāṭy.
• driving in a carriage Gaut.
• m. an ass L.
• N. of a prince Pāṇ. 8-2, 12 Kāś.
• n. a carriage ĀpŚr. xv, 20, 18
≫ cakru 1
cakru = ○krá 'a wheel', only in comp
⋙ cakruvṛtta
○vṛtta mfn. circular, (a- neg.) Kāṭh. vi, 3
cakrāṇa pf. Ā. p. √1. kṛ, q.v
≫ cakri
cákri mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 171 Vārtt. 3) doing, effecting (with acc.), active RV.
• (or cakrin?) N. of a man Pravar. vii, 9 (cf. uru-cákri.)
≫ cakru 2
cakru mfn. doing effecting Uṇ. i, 23
cakvana vḷ. for cakana
cakṣ (a reduplicated form of √kāś = kśā
• in the non-conjugational tenses √khyā is substituted Pāṇ. 2-4, 54 f
• some pf. forms, however, are found), cl. 2. Ā. cáṣṭe (2. du. cakṣathe RV.
• pf. p. cákṣāṇa RV. BhP. i, 18, 25 [a- neg.]
• rarely P., impf. 2. sg. acakṣas MBh. viii, 3384, 1. pl. acakṣma Naigh. iii, 11
• Ved. inf. cákṣase RV. AV. vi, 68, 2), to appear, become visible RV. viii, 19, 16 ; x, 74, 2 and 92, 6 [Page 382, Column 1] Contents of this page
• to see, look at, observe, notice RV. BhP.
• to tell, inform MBh. viii, 3384
• to take any one (acc.) for (acc.) BhP. x, 73, 11
≫ cakṣa
cakṣa m. a false friend VarYogay. iv, 50
≫ cakṣaṇa
cákṣaṇa n. appearing, appearance, aspect RV. AV.
• speaking, saying W.
• (for jakṣ○?) eating a relish to promote drinking L. (cf. viśvá-
abhi- and prati-cákṣ○
≫ cakṣaṇi
cakṣáṇi m. an illuminator RV. vi, 4, 2
≫ cakṣan
cákṣan n. du. the eyes AV. x, 2, 6
≫ cakṣas
cákṣas n. radiance, clearness RV. AV. vi, 76, 1
• (of the sea) Lāṭy. i, 7, 5
• look, sight, eye RV.
• (ase), dat. inf. √cakṣ, q.v
• m. a teacher, spiritual instructor L.
• 'teacher of the gods', Bṛihaspati L. (cf. ápāka-, īya-, upāká-, ghorá-, viśvá-, sū́ra-, svár-
uru-, duś-, nṛ- and su-cákṣ○.)
≫ cakṣu
cákṣu m. the eye RV. x, 90, 13
• (ifc. AV. iv, 20, 5)
• N. of a prince BhP.
• (for vakṣu?) the Oxus river VP. ii, 2, 32 and 35 ; 8, 114 Gol. iii, 38
⋙ cakṣunirodha
○nirodha m.= ○kSur-n○ Āp. ii, 27, 17
⋙ cakṣupīḍana
○pīḍana mfn. causing pain to the eye ŚvetUp. ii, 10
≫ cakṣuḥ
cakṣuḥ in comp. for ○kṣus
⋙ cakṣuḥpatha
○patha See ○kSuS-p○
⋙ cakṣuḥpīḍā
○pīḍā f. pain of the eyes W.
⋙ cakṣuḥśravas
○śravas m. 'using the eyes for ears', a snake MBh. xii, 13803 Kir. xvi, 42 Naish. KāśīKh. lviii, 161
⋙ cakṣuḥśruti
○śruti m. id. Rājat. v, 1 (cf. dṛk-ś○.)
≫ cakṣur
cakṣur in comp. for ○kṣus
⋙ cakṣurapeta
○apêta mfn. one who has lost his eyes, blind KaushUp.
⋙ cakṣurindriya
○indriya n. the organ of sight Suśr.
⋙ cakṣurgocara
○gocara mfn. coming within the range of the eye W.
⋙ cakṣurgrahaṇa
○grahaṇa n. morbid affection of the eyes, v, 4
⋙ cakṣurdā
○dā́ mfn. giving sight VS. iv, 3
⋙ cakṣurdāna
○dāna n. 'gift of sight', the ceremony of anointing the eyes of an image at the time of consecration W.
⋙ cakṣurnimita
○nimita (cákṣ○), mfn. fixed by (a measure taken by) the eye TBr. i, 1, 4, 1
⋙ cakṣurnirodha
○nirodha m. (= ○kSu-n○) a cover or a hindrance for the eyesight Āp. (vḷ.) Yājñ. ii, 26 Sch.
⋙ cakṣurbahala
○bahala m. Odina pinnata L.
⋙ cakṣurbhṛt
○bhṛ́t mfn. promoting sight ŚBr. viii
⋙ cakṣurmantra
○mantra (cákṣ○), mfn. bewitching with the eye AV. ii, 7, 5 ; xix, 45, 1
⋙ cakṣurmaya
○máya mfn. resembling the eye ŚBr. x, xiv
⋙ cakṣurmala
○mala n. the excretion of the eyes Buddh. L.
⋙ cakṣurmukha
○mukha (cákṣ○), mfn. having eyes in the mouth (?) Suparṇ. xxiv, 2
⋙ cakṣurmuṣ
○muṣ mfn. 'robbing the sight', blinding the eyes MBh. xii, 12705
⋙ cakṣurloka
○loka (cákṣ○), mfn. seeing with the eyes ŚBr. xiv, 6, 9
⋙ cakṣurvanya
○ványa mfn. suffering from disease of the eyes TS. ii, 3, 8, 1
⋙ cakṣurvardhanikā
○vardhanikā f. 'refreshing the eyes', N. of a river MBh. vi, 433
⋙ cakṣurvahana
○vahana m. = -bahala L.
⋙ cakṣurviṣaya
○viṣaya m. the range of sight ŚāṅkhŚr. Mn. ii, 198 (loc. e, 'in the presence of')
• a visible object W.
⋙ cakṣurhan
○han m. (acc. -haṇam
• nom. pl. -hanas)fn. killing with a look MBh. vi f. xiii
≫ cakṣuś
cakṣuś in comp, for ○kṣus
⋙ cakṣuścit
○cít mfn. collecting the faculty of sight ŚBr. x, 5, 3, 6
≫ cakṣuṣ
cakṣuṣ in comp. for ○kṣus
⋙ cakṣuṣkarṇa
○karṇa m. = ○kṣuḥ-śravas Gal.
⋙ cakṣuṣkāma
○kāma (cákṣ○), mfn. wishing for the faculty of seeing TS. ii
⋙ cakṣuṣṭas
○ṭás ind. away from the eye ŚBr. xii
⋙ cakṣuṣṭva
○ṭva n. the state or condition of the eye Āryabh. Sch., Introd
⋙ cakṣuṣpati
○pati m. the lord of the eyes TUp. i, 6, 2
⋙ cakṣuṣpatha
○patha m. the range of sight R. iii, 59, 11 Bhartṛ. i, 74
⋙ cakṣuṣpā
○pā́ mfn. protecting the eyesight VS. ii, 6 ; xx, 34
⋙ cakṣuṣprīti
○prīti f. delight of the eyes
⋙ cakṣuṣmat
○mat (cákṣ○), mfn. endowed with the faculty of sight, furnished with eyes, seeing RV. x, 18, 1 AV. xix, 49, 8 TS. if. ŚBr. i MBh. &c
• representing the eye AitBr. ii, 32, 2
-tā f. the faculty of sight Ragh. iv, 13
-tva n. id. Kathās. lxxiv, 322
≫ cakṣuṣa
cakṣuṣa ifc. 'the eye', See sa-
• m. N. of a son of Ripu (vḷ. cākṣ○) VP.i, 13, 2
≫ cakṣuṣya
cakṣuṣya mfn. pleasing to the eyes, wholesome for the eyes or the eyesight MBh. xiii, 3423 Suśr. Hcat.
• agreeable to the eyes, pleasing, goodlooking, beautiful ChUp. iii, 13, 8 Car. i, 5, 89 Rājat. iii, 493
• 'being in any one's (instr.) range of sight' and 'dear to any one (instr.)' Śiś. viii, 57
• m. a kind of collyrium (extracted from Amomum antorhiza) L.
• Pandanus odoratissimus L.
• Hyperanthera Moringa L.
• also N. of other plants (puṇḍarīka, kanaka) L.
• n. two kinds of collyrium (kharparī-tuttha and sauviirâñjana) L.
• the small shrub prapauṇḍarīka L.
• (ā), f. a kind of collyrium (calx of brass or a blue stone) L.
• Pandanus odoratissimus L.
• Glycine labialis L.
• = ○kṣurbahala L.
≫ cakṣus
cákṣus mfn. seeing RV. ii, 39, 5
• x AV. v, 24, 9 ; x, 10, 15 [Page 382, Column 2]
• m. N. of a Marut Hariv. 11545
• of a Ṛishi (with the patr. Mānava, author of RV. ix, 106, 4-6) RAnukr.
• of another Ṛishi (with the patr. Saurya, author of RV. x, 158) ib.
• of a son of Anu BhP. ix, 23, 1
• f. N. of a river BhP. v, 17, 6 f
• n. light, clearness RV. SV.
• the act of seeing (dat. inf. = ○kṣase) AV. xviii, 3, 10
• aspect RV. x, 87, 8
• faculty of seeing, sight RV. AV. TS. ii, v AitBr. ii, 6 ŚBr. x, xiv Mn. &c
• a look RV. AV. iv, 9, 6
• the eye RV. &c. (often ifc., cf. a-, á-ghora-, á-dabdha-, &c.)
prajāpates trīṇi cakṣūṃṣi, 'the 3 eyes of Prajā-pati', N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.
mitrā-Varuṇayoś cakṣuḥ, 'the eye of Mitra and Varuṇa' (cf. RV. vii, 61, 1), another Sāman ĀrshBr.
• = ○kṣur-bahala L.
≫ cakṣū
cakṣū in comp. for ○kṣus
⋙ cakṣūkṛ
○√kṛ Vop. vii, 84
⋙ cakṣūrāga
○rāga m. = ○kṣūṣ-prīti Rājat. v, 382
⋙ cakṣūroga
○roga m. disease of the eye (vḷ. ○kSu-r○)
cakhvás mfn. (pf. P. p. √khan? [√cakṣ Sāy.], cf. khá) displaying (?) RV. ii, 14, 4
cagh cl. 5. ○ghnoti, to smite or slay, kill Dhātup. xxvii, 26
caṅkuṇa m. N. of a man Rājat. iv
caṅkura m. (√cak Uṇ.) a carriage L.
• a tree L.
• n. any vehicle L.
caṅkrama m. (fr. Intens. √kram) going about, a walk Lalit. xxiv Divyâv. xxvi
• a place for walking about, xxxii Kāraṇḍ. xviii, xxiii
• (ā), f. going about, a walk Kauś. 31
⋙ caṅkramāvat
caṅkramāvat mfn. moving slowly or crookedly W.
≫ caṅkramaṇa
caṅkramaṇa mfn. going about, walking Pāṇ. 3-2, 150
• going slowly or crookedly W.
• n. going about, walking
Āp. Suśr. Pañcat. Cāṇ. BhP. MārkP.
• going tortuously or slowly W.
• rotation (of a wheel) Siṃhâs. xvii, 2
• a place for walking about Kāraṇḍ. xii, 79 ; xviii, 91 and 112
≫ caṅkramamāṇa
caṅkramamāṇa mfn. irr. pr. p. Intens. √kram
≫ caṅkramita
caṅkramitá mfn. one who has wandered about TS. vii, 1, 19, 3
• n. walking about Bālar. v, 66
caṅga mfn. ifc. understanding, being a judge of. particular in the choice of Kathās. lxxxii
• handsome L.
• m. N. of a man Rājat. vii, 87
⋙ caṅgadāsa
○dāsa m. N. of a grammarian
caṅgerika n. a basket Pañcad. ii, 64
• (ā), f. id., v, 13 and 17 ff
≫ caṅgerī
caṅgerī f. id., iv, 12 ; v, 16
cacará mfn. (√car?) movable (?) RV. x, 106, 8
caceṇḍā f. N. of a creeper L.
cacca-puṭa m. (in music) a kind of measure L. (cf. cāca-p○.)
≫ caccatpuṭa
caccat-puṭa m. id. W. (vḷ. cañc○)
≫ caccarī
caccarī f. id
cañc cl. 1. P. ○cati, to leap, jump, move, dangle, be unsteady, shake Bhartṛ. Veṇis. (cf. Sāh. vi, 84 Sch.) Ṛitus. Gīt. Kathās. &c
≫ cañca
cañca m. a basket Buddh. L.
• (ā), f. anything made of cane or reeds, basket-work L.
• = ○ñcā-puruṣa Pāṇ. 1-2, 52 Vārtt. 5 Pat.
• iv f. Pat. and Kāś.
≫ cañcatka
cañcatka mfn. (fr. pr. p. ○cat) leaping, jumping, dangling, v, 4, 3 Vārtt.
≫ cañcatpuṭa
cañcat-puṭa m. = cacc○ W.
≫ cañcā
cañcā f. of ○ca, q.v
⋙ cañcāpuruṣa
○puruṣa m. a strawman, doll (said contemptuously of a man) Siṃhâs. (cf. ŚārṅgP. xxiii)
cañcarin m. or ○rī f. (fr. Intens. √car) a bee, Udbh
≫ cañcarīka
cañcarīka m. id. Bālar. v, 30 Prasannar. Dhūrtan. &c
⋙ cañcarīkāvalī
cañcarīkâvalī f. 'row of bees', a metre or 4 x 13 syllables
cañcala mf(ā)n. (fr. Intens. √cal) moving to and fro, movable, unsteady, shaking, quivering, flickering MBh. &c
• unsteady, inconstant, inconsiderate ib.
• m. the wind L.
• a lover, libertine L.
• N. of an Asura GaṇP.
• (ā), f. lightning Rājat. iv, 354
• a river Gal.
• long pepper L.
• fortune, goddess of fortune (Lakshmī) Gal. (cf. MBh. xii, 8258 R. &c.)
• a metre of 4 x 16 syllables
• (ī), f. a kind of cricket Npr.
⋙ cañcalatara
○tara mfn. (compar.) extremely unsteady Bhartṛ. iii, 50
⋙ cañcalatā
○tā f. unsteadiness, fickleness W.
⋙ cañcalataila
○taila n. Liquidambar orientale Npr.
⋙ cañcalatva
○tva n. = -tā Bhag. vi, 33
⋙ cañcalahṛdaya
○hṛdaya mfn. 'unsteady-hearted', capricious, fickle W. [Page 382, Column 3]
⋙ cañcalākṣikā
cañcalâkṣikā f. 'unsteady-eyed' (so called as not having a fixed caesura), a metre of 4 x 12 syllables
⋙ cañcalākhya
cañcalâkhya m. incense L.
≫ cañcalita
cañcalita mfn. caused to shake or quiver Kād.
cañcu mfn. ifc. (= caṇa, cuñcu) renowned or famous for MBh. xiii, 17, 107 Bhartṛ. iii, 57
• m. a deer L.
• the castor-oil plant L. (cf. -taila)
• a red kind of the same plant L.
• the plant Go-nāḍīka (or Nāḍīca) L.
• the plant Kshudracañcu L.
• N. of a son of Harita Hariv. 758 VP. iv, 3, 15
• f. a beak, bill VarBṛS. Pañcat. Hit.
• = -pattra Bhpr.
• (n. ?) a box (applied as a N. to one of the 3 kinds of famine) Divyâv.
⋙ cañcutā
○tā f. = -tva Rājat. v, 304
• the state of a beak W.
⋙ cañcutaila
○taila n. castor-oil Bhpr.
⋙ cañcutva
○tva n. the being famous for (in comp.) Daś. i. 223
⋙ cañcupattra
○pattra m. 'beak-leaved', a kind of vegetable L.
⋙ cañcuparṇikā
○parṇikā f. id. Car. i, 27
⋙ cañcupuṭa
○puṭa m. or n. the cavity of a beak', a bird's bill when shut Caurap.
• (ī), f. id
• N. of a plant Car. vi, 9
⋙ cañcupuṭaka
○puṭaka = ○ṭa ŚārṅgP.
⋙ cañcuprahāra
○prahāra m. a peck with a beak W.
⋙ cañcubhṛt
○bhṛt 'having a beak', a bird L.
⋙ cañcumat
○mat m. id. L.
⋙ cañcusūci
⋙ cañcusūcika
○sūḍcika m. 'using the beak as a needle', the tailor-bird (Sylvia sutoria) L.
≫ cañcukā
cañcukā f. a beak, bill L.
≫ cañcura 1
cañcura m. = ○cu-pattra L.
≫ cañcū
cañcū f. a beak, bill Vop. iv, 31
• = ○ñcu-pattra L.
⋙ cañcūpuṭa
○puṭa = ○Jcu-p○ Amar. 13
≫ cañcūka
cañcūka = ○ñcu-pattra Bhpr.
• pl., N. of a people (south-west of Madhya-deśa) VarBṛS. xiv, 18
≫ cañcūḍa
cañcūḍa m. = ○ñcu-pattra L.
cañcura 2
cañcura (?). See puṇya-
≫ cañcūryamāṇa
cañcūryamāṇa mfn. fr. Intens. √car, q.v
cañcula vḷ. for cuñc○
caṭ cl. 1. P. ○ṭati, to fall in (as the flood) Pañcat. i, 12, 0/1
• to reach (with loc.), fall to the share of or into Siṃhâs. Pañcad.
• to hang down from (loc.) Subh.
• to rain Dhātup. ix, 6
• to cover (vḷ. for √kaṭ) ib.: Caus. cāṭayati, to break, xxx, 47
• to kill ib. (cf. uc-, vi-.)
≫ caṭa
caṭa See krama-
≫ caṭaka
caṭaka m. a sparrow MBh. xii Hariv. Suśr. VarBṛS. Pañcat.
• N. of a poet Rājat. iv, 496
• m. pl. 'sparrows', a nickname of Vaiśampāyana's school (vḷ. for caraka) VāyuP.
• (ā), f. (gaṇas ajâdi and kṣipakâdi) a hen-sparrow Pañcat. i, 15, 0/1 ; 18, 0/1
• a young hen-sparrow Pāṇ. 4-1, 128 Vārtt. 2
• Turdus macrourus (śyāmā) L.
• = ○kā-śiras L. Sch.
• (ikā), f. id. L.
• a hen-sparrow L.
≫ caṭakakā
caṭakakā f. dimin. fr. ○ṭakā Pāṇ. 7-3, 46
≫ caṭakā
caṭakā f. of ○ka, q.v
⋙ caṭakāśiras
○śiras n. the √of long pepper Bhpr. v, 1, 64
≫ caṭakikā
caṭakikā f. = ○kakā Pāṇ. 7-3, 46 Kāś.
≫ caṭana
caṭana n. cracking, splitting W.
• falling off in small pieces W.
≫ caṭikā
caṭikā f. of ○ṭaka, q.v
⋙ caṭikāśira
○śira m.= ○ras L. Sch.
⋙ caṭikāśiras
○śiras n. = ○TakA-z○ L.
≫ caṭita
caṭita mfn. gone or driven anywhere (loc.) Siṃhâs.
• hanging down from (in comp.) Pañcat. ii, 3, 3/4
• broken Car. ii, 1
• fallen in (a house) Kāraṇḍ. iii, 20 f
• n. = ○taka Divyâv. i, 413 and 418 (in comp.)
≫ caṭitaka
caṭitaka m. a crack, rent, 411
caṭacaṭa (onomat.), P. ○ṭati, to crackle (as fire), Vāsav. 607
≫ caṭacaṭā
caṭacaṭā ind. (onomat.) only in comp
⋙ caṭacaṭāśabda
○śabda m. crackling (of fire), clashing (of weapons), rattling (of violent rain), &c. MBh. i, iii f. vii, ix BhP. x, 72, 36 MārkP. viii, 114
≫ caṭacaṭāya
caṭacaṭāya ○yate, = ○ṭa Suśr. v, 1, 27 Bhoj.
≫ caṭacaṭāyana
caṭacaṭāyana n. crackling (of fire) Suśr. iv, 1
≫ caṭacaṭāyita
caṭacaṭāyita mfn. crackling Daś. xii, 13
≫ caṭaccaṭiti
caṭaccaṭ-iti ind. so as to crackle HPariś.
≫ caṭat
caṭat ind. = ○ṭacaṭā
⋙ caṭatkāra
○kāra m. crackling (of fire) L.
⋙ caṭatkṛti
○kṛti f. id. L.
≫ caṭaditi
caṭad-iti ind. so as to make a crackling noise Bālar. v, 77
caṭana ○ṭikā, &c. See √caṭ
caṭu (m. n. L.
• √caṭ Uṇ.
• g. sidhmâdi), kind or flattering words, amorous chattering (of birds) Śiś. iv, 6 Bālar.
• the belly L.
• a devotional posture among ascetics L.
• m. a scream, screech W.
• cf. cāṭu, cāru
⋙ caṭukāra
○kāra mfn. speaking to please or flatter any one L.
⋙ caṭugrāma
○grāma m. N. of a village (dwelling-place of the lexicographer Jaṭādhara)
⋙ caṭulālasa
○lālasa mfn. desirous of flattery W.
⋙ caṭūpamā
caṭū7pamā f. a flattery said in a simile Kāvyâd. ii, 35. [Page 383, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ caṭuka
caṭuka a wooden vessel for taking up any fluid Hāl. Sch.
≫ caṭula
caṭula mfn. (g. sidhmâdi) trembling, movable, shaking, unsteady Ragh. Megh. Kād. Bhartṛ. &c
• kind, fine, sweet, Śāntiś. i, 21 Gīt. x, 9
• n. pl. sweet or flattering words VarBṛS. lxxiv, 16
• (ā), f. (= cañcalā) lightning L.
≫ caṭulaya
caṭulaya Nom. P. ○yati, to move to and fro Bhām. ii, 87 and 97
≫ caṭulāya
caṭulāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to have a graceful gait Hcar. vii
≫ caṭulita
caṭulita mfn. shaken Vāgbh. i, 24
≫ caṭullola
caṭullola mfn. moving gracefully L.
caṭṭa m. N. of a man HPariś. iii, 197
caṇ (cf. √can), cl. 1. P. ○ṇati, to give Dhātup. xix, 34
• to go ib.
• to injure ib.
• to sound (vḷ. for √vaṇ), xiii, 3: Caus. aor. acicaṇat, or acacāṇat Pāṇ. 7-4, 3 Siddh.
caṇa mfn. ifc. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 26
• = cañcu) renowned or famous for HPariś. viii, 195
• m. the chick-pea MBh. xiii, 5468 (cf. akṣara-, kathā-, cāra-, māyā-)
⋙ caṇatva
○tva n. the being famous for (in comp.) Daś. i, 223
⋙ caṇadruma
○druma m. a kind of Tribulus L.
⋙ caṇapattrī
○pattrī f. the shrub Rudantī L.
⋙ caṇabhojin
○bhojin m. 'eating chick-pease', a horse Npr.
⋙ caṇeśvarī
caṇêśvarī f. N. of Caṇin's wife HPariś. viii, 194
≫ caṇaka
caṇaka m. the chick-pea Suśr. VarBṛS. xv f. Pañcat. Kathās.
• N. of Cāṇakya's father L.
• of a village HPariś. viii, 194
• (ā), f. linseed L.
• (ikā), f. a kind of grass (kṣetra-jā, go-dugdhā, su-nīlā, himā) L.
⋙ caṇakalavaṇa
○lavaṇa n. pease with salt, sour pease Bhpr.
⋙ caṇakaloṇī
○loṇī f. (for -lavaṇī) id. Npr.
⋙ caṇakātmaja
caṇakâtmaja m. 'Caṇaka's son', Cāṇakya L.
⋙ caṇakāmlaka
caṇakâmlaka n. = ○ka-lavaṇa Bhpr.
⋙ caṇakāmlavār
caṇakâmlavār n. acid water drops on cicer leaves W.
≫ caṇārarūpya
caṇāra-rūpya n. N. of a village Pāṇ. 4-2, 104 Vārtt. 3 Pat.
≫ caṇin
caṇin m. N. of a Brāhman HPariś. viii, 194
≫ caṇīdruma
caṇī-druma vḷ. for ○Na-dr○
caṇḍ (derived fr. cáṇḍa), cl. 1 and 10. Ā. ○ṇḍate, ○ṇḍayate, to be angry or wrathful Dhātup. viii, 26
≫ caṇḍa
cáṇḍa mf(ā VarBṛS. lxviii, 92
ī R. ii Vikr. Ragh. &c.)n. (probably fr. candrá, 'glowing' with passion) fierce, violent, cruel, impetuous, hot, ardent with passion, passionate, angry MBh. R. &c
• circumcised L.
• m. N. of a mythical being (cáṇḍasya naptyás, 'daughters of Caṇḍa', a class of female demons AV. ii, 14, 1), Agp. xlī, 20
• Śiva or Bhairava MBh. xii, 10358 Śaṃkar. xxiii (= sūrya) SkandaP. MBh. iii, 14631
• N. of a demon causing diseases Hariv. 9563
• of a Daitya, 12937
• of an attendant of Yama or of Śiva L.
• of one of the 7 clouds enveloping the earth at the deluge MatsyaP.
• = -cukrā L.
• n. heat L.
• passion, wrath L.
• (am), ind. violently, in anger Mālav. iii, 21
• (ā), f. (g. bahv-ādi), N. of Durgā (esp. as incarnation for the purpose of destroying the Asura Mahisha, this exploit forming the subject of the Deviim. and being particularly celebrated in Bengāl at the Durgāpūjā about Oct. Nov.) MBh. vi, 797 Hariv. 10245
• N. of one of the 8 Nāyikās or Saktis of Durgā BrahmaP. DeviiP.
• N. of an attendant of the 12th Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī L.
• of a river L.
• of a plant (Andropogon aciculatus L.
• Mucuna pruritus L.
• Salvinia cucullata L.
• white Dūrvā grass L.
liṅginī L.) Suśr. i, iv ; vi, 51
• a kind of perfume (commonly Chor) L.
• (ī), f. (g. bahv-ādi) a passionate woman, vixen W.
• a term of endearment applied to a mistress W.
• N. of Durgā MBh. vi, 797 Hariv. 10233 Kathās. xi
• of a female attendant of Durgā
• of Uddālaka's wife, JaimBhār. xxiv, 1
• a short N. of the Deviim.
• a metre of 4 x 13 syllables (cf. uc-, pra-
a-caṇḍī, cāṇḍa.)
⋙ caṇḍakara
○kara m. 'hot-rayed', the sun
○rāya Nom. ○rāyate, to resemble the sun Śukas.
⋙ caṇḍakarman
○karman m. N. of a Rākshasa Pañcat. v, 13, 0/1
⋙ caṇḍakāpālika
○kāpālika m. N. of a teacher, Hathapr. i, 8 (cf. ṣaṇḍ○.)
⋙ caṇḍakiraṇa
○kiraṇa m. = -kara Vcar. xi, 7
⋙ caṇḍaketu
○ketu m. N. of a man Kathās. lxxi, 16
⋙ caṇḍakolāhalā
○kolāhalā f. a kind of musical instrument L.
⋙ caṇḍakauśika
○kauśika m. N. of a son of Kakshīvat MBh. ii, 698
• n. N. of a drama Sāh. vi, 92 and 96 Sch.
⋙ caṇḍagirika
○girika m. N. of a man, Divyâd. xxvi
⋙ caṇḍagrāhavat
○grāha-vat mfn. filled with fierce crocodiles (a river) MBh. i, 6752
⋙ caṇḍaghaṇṭā
○ghaṇṭā f. 'having hot bells', N. of Durgā, Tantr. (cf. caṇḍikaghaṇṭa.)
⋙ caṇḍaghoṣa
○ghoṣa m. N. of a man Daś. ix, 71. [Page 383, Column 2]
⋙ caṇḍacukrā
○cukrā f. the tamarind tree Npr.
⋙ caṇḍatā
○tā f. warmth, pungency W.
• = -tva Mālav. iii, 20
⋙ caṇḍatāla
○tāla m. (in music) a kind of measure
⋙ caṇḍatuṇḍaka
○tuṇḍaka m. 'powerful-beaked', N. of a son of the bird Garuḍa MBh. v, 3594
⋙ caṇḍatva
○tva n. warmth of temper, passionateness, Pratāpar. Sāh. iii, 150
⋙ caṇḍadīdhiti
○dīdhiti m. = -kara Kathās. īc, 45
⋙ caṇḍadhāman
○dhāman m. id. Prasannar. iv, 39/40
⋙ caṇḍanāyikā
○nāyikā f. N. of one of the 8 Nāyikās of Durgā BrahmaP. ii, 61, 79 DeviiP.
• N. of Durgā L.
⋙ caṇḍapotaka
○potaka m. N. of an elephant Daś. vi, 55 and 59
⋙ caṇḍapradyota
○pradyota m. N. of a prince Jain.
⋙ caṇḍaprabha
○prabha m. N. of a man Kathās. ci, 48
⋙ caṇḍabala
○bala m. N. of one of Rāma's monkey followers MBh. iii, 16414
⋙ caṇḍabhānu
○bhānu m. N. of a man, Ṭoḍar
⋙ caṇḍabhārgava
○bhārgava m. N. of a Brāhman of Cyavana's family MBh. i, 2045
⋙ caṇḍabhujaṃga
○bhujaṃga m. N. of a man Kathās. lxxiv, 178
⋙ caṇḍamarīci
○marīci m. = -kara Prasannar. vii, 87/88
⋙ caṇḍamahāroṣaṇatantra
○mahā-roṣaṇa-tantra n. N. of a Buddhist work
⋙ caṇḍamahāsena
○mahā-sena m. N. of a king of Ujjayinī Viddh. ii, 0/1 Kathās. xi, 7 and 40
⋙ caṇḍamāruta
○māruta N. of wk
⋙ caṇḍamuṇḍā
○muṇḍā f. a form of Durgā L. (cf. carma-m○, cāmuṇḍā.)
⋙ caṇḍamṛga
○mṛga m. a wild animal (applied to a passionate man) Buddh. L.
⋙ caṇḍarava
○rava m. 'crying harshly', N. of a jackal Pañcat. i, 10, 0/1
⋙ caṇḍaraśmi
○raśmi m. = -kara Hāsy. i, 49
⋙ caṇḍarudrikā
○rudrikā f. knowledge of mystical nature (acquired by worship of the Nāyikās) L.
⋙ caṇḍarūpā
○rūpā f. 'terribly formed', N. of a goddess BrahmaP.
⋙ caṇḍarocis
○rocis m. = -kara HYog. iii, 60
⋙ caṇḍavat
○vat mfn. violent, warm, passionate W.
• (), f. N. of one of the 8 Nāyikās of Durgā BrahmaP. ii, 61, 80 DeviiP.
• N. of Durgā L.
⋙ caṇḍavarman
○varman m. N. of a prince Daś. vii, 437
⋙ caṇḍavikrama
○vikrama mfn. of impetuous valour R. v, 39, 24
• N. of a prince Kathās. xxvi, 177
⋙ caṇḍavīra
○vīra m. N. of a Buddh. deity
⋙ caṇḍavṛtti
○vṛtti mfn. 'of an impetuous character', obstinate, rebellious Viddh. iv, 18/19
⋙ caṇḍavṛṣṭiprapāta
○vṛṣṭi-prapāta m. (or?
⋙ caṇḍaprayāta
○prayāta n.) 'impetuous rainfall', a metre of 4 lines of 27 syllables each (the first 6 being short and the rest forming 7 Amphimacers)
⋙ caṇḍavega
○vega mfn. having an impetuous course or current (said of the sea, of the battle, and of time) R. iv f. BhP. iv, 29, 20
• m. N. of a metre
• of a Gandharva chief. 27, 13
• (ā), f. 'N. of a river'
○gā-saṃgama-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha RevāKh. xviii
⋙ caṇḍaśakti
○śakti m. 'of impetuous valour', N. of a Daitya Hariv. 12944
⋙ caṇḍaśīla
○śīla mfn. 'of an impetuous character', passionate Daś. vi, 34
⋙ caṇḍasiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of a prince Kathās.
⋙ caṇḍāṃśu
caṇḍâṃśu m. = ○ṇḍa-kara Mahān. BhP. Kathās. Rājat. iv, 401
⋙ caṇḍādityatīrtha
caṇḍâditya-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha RevāKh. cxliii
⋙ caṇḍāntika
caṇḍântika n. for cáṇḍātaka GobhŚrāddh. ii, 19
⋙ caṇḍāśoka
caṇḍâśoka m. 'impetuous Aśoka', N. of a prince (also called Kāmâśoka, and as protector of Buddhism Dharmâśoka) Divyāv. xxvi Hcar. vii
⋙ caṇḍeśa
caṇḍêśa N. of a Liṅga LiṅgaP.
⋙ caṇḍeśvara
caṇḍêśvara m. 'Caṇḍā's lord', Śiva Megh. 34
• N. of one of Śiva's attendants W.
• N. of a writer on jurisprudence, Śūdradh. Smṛitit. i
• of an astronomer
• of an ancestor of Jagaddhara (mentioned in his Comm. on Mālatīm.)
• n. N. of a Tīrtha KapSaṃh.
-praśna-vidyā f. 'knowledge of Caṇḍêśvara's questions', N. of wk
-rasa m. N. of a medical preparation (made of mercury, arsenic, &c.)
⋙ caṇḍograśūlapāṇi
caṇḍôgra-śūla-pāṇi m. 'holding a powerful and formidable trident', a form of Śiva Tantras.' ii
⋙ caṇḍogrā
caṇḍôgrā f. N. of one of the 8 Nāyikās or Śaktis of Durgā BrahmaP. ii, 61, 79
≫ caṇḍi
caṇḍi f. = ○ḍī
• N. of Durgā L. Sch.
⋙ caṇḍidāsa
○dāsa m. = ○NDI-d○
≫ caṇḍika
caṇḍika mfn. (= ○ḍa) circumcised Gal.
⋙ caṇḍikaghaṇṭa
○ghaṇṭa m. N. of Śiva (cf. caṇḍa-ghaṇṭā) MBh. xii, 10377
≫ caṇḍikā
caṇḍikā f. N. of Durgā ĀtrAnukr. Sch. Pañcat. BhP. Kathās. &c
• a short N. of Deviim.
• = -gṛha Kād.
• N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.
• Linum usitatissimum L.
⋙ caṇḍikāgṛha
○gṛha n. a temple of Durgā Kād. Kathās. xxv, 86
⋙ caṇḍikāmahānavamī
○mahā-navamī f. a particular 9th day on which Durgā is worshipped BhavP.
⋙ caṇḍikāmāhātmya
○māhātmya n. 'glory of Caṇḍikā', another N. of Deviim.
⋙ caṇḍikālaya
caṇḍikâlaya m. = ○kā-gṛha Siṃhâs.
⋙ caṇḍikāśataka
caṇḍikā-śataka n. '100 stanzas in praise of Caṇḍikā', N. of a poem (ascribed to Bāṇa)
≫ caṇḍiman
caṇḍiman m. (g. pṛthv-ādi) passion, violence, cruelty Bālar. iii, 2/3
• 'passion' and 'heat' Rājat. vi, 298
• intensity Sāh. iii, 246 a/b
≫ caṇḍila
caṇḍila m. N. of Rudra L.
• a barbet L.
• Chenopodium L.
• (ā), f. N. of a river L.
≫ caṇḍī 1
caṇḍī ind
⋙ caṇḍīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. made angry Mālav.
≫ caṇḍī 2
caṇḍī f. of ○ḍa, q.v
⋙ caṇḍīkucapañcaśatī
○kuca-pañcaśatī f. '500 stanzas in praise of the breast of a passionate woman', N. of a poem. [Page 383, Column 3]
⋙ caṇḍīkusuma
○kusuma n. 'flower of passionate women', red oleander L.
⋙ caṇḍīgṛha
○gṛha n. = ○DikA-g○ Kathās. xxv, 111
⋙ caṇḍīcarita
○carita n. N. of a drama
⋙ caṇḍīḍāmara
○ḍāmara m. N. of wk
⋙ caṇḍīdāsa
○dāsa m. N. of the author of a Comm. on Kpr. Sāh. iv, 14c/v (○NDi-d○) and vii, 31 a/b
⋙ caṇḍīdevīśarman
○devī-śarman m. N. of a scholiast
⋙ caṇḍīpati
○pati m. 'Caṇḍī's lord', Siva Mcar. ii, 35
⋙ caṇḍīpāṭha
○pāṭha m. another N. of Deviim.
⋙ caṇḍīpurāṇa
○purāṇa n. another N. of KālP., Tantr
⋙ caṇḍīmāhātmya
○māhātmya n. = ○DikA-m○
⋙ caṇḍīrahasya
○rahasya n. N. of wk
⋙ caṇḍīvidhāna
○vidhāna n
⋙ caṇḍīvidhi
○viḍdhi m. two names of works
⋙ caṇḍīvilāsa
○vilāsa m. N. of a drama
⋙ caṇḍīśa
○"ṣśa (○DI7z○), m. = -pati BhP. iv, 5, 17 Bālar. iii, 79 Naish.
-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha SkandaP.
-paryākrama m. N. of wk
-purāṇa n. another N. of ŚivaP.
⋙ caṇḍīśvara
○"ṣśvara (○DI7z○), m. = ○śa Megh. 33
• N. of an author
⋙ caṇḍīstotra
○stotra n. 'praise of Caṇḍī', N. of a poem
caṇḍāta m. Nerium odorum (cf. caṇḍī-kusuma) L.
≫ caṇḍātaka
cáṇḍātaka n. a short petticoat ŚBr. v, 2, 1, 8 KātyŚr. xiv, 5, 3
• cf. caṇḍântika
caṇḍāla m. (= cāṇḍālá) an outcast, man of the lowest and most despised of the mixed tribes (born from a Śūdra father and a Brāhman mother) ŚāṅkhGṛ. ii, vi ChUp. Mn. &c. (ifc. 'a very low representative of.' Kād.)
• (ā), f. a Caṇḍāla woman Mn. xi, 176
• (ī), f. (g. śārṅgaravâdi) id. (one of the 8 kinds of women attending on Kaula worship) Kulârṇ. vii
• N. of a plant L.
⋙ caṇḍālakanda
○kanda m. N. of a bulbous plant L.
⋙ caṇḍālatā
○tā f. the condition of a Caṇḍāla R. i, 58, 9
⋙ caṇḍālatva
○tva n. id., 8
⋙ caṇḍālavallakī
○vallakī f. the Caṇḍāla or common lute L.
≫ caṇḍālikā
caṇḍālikā f. = ○la-vallakī L.
• N. of a plant L.
• of Durgā L.
⋙ caṇḍālikābandham
○bandham ind. so as to form a particular knot Pāṇ. 3-4, 42 Sch. (not in Kāś.)
caṇḍi ○ḍika, &c. See cáṇḍa
caṇḍu m. a rat L.
• a small monkey (Simia erythraea) W.
cat cl. 1. cátati, 'to hide one's self.' cátat and cátta
• to go Naigh. ii, 14
• P. and Ā. to ask, beg (= √cad) Dhātup. xxi, 5: Caus. cātáyati, ○te (aor. acīcattam, acīcate TĀr. ii, 4, 5 f.), 'to cause to hide', scare, frighten away RV. iv, 17, 9 ; x, 155, 1 AV. iv, xix (cf. niś-, pra-, vi-
• cf. also cātaka, cātana, cāttra.)
≫ catat
cátat mfn. (pr. p.) hiding one's self RV. i, 65, 1 ; x, 46, 2
≫ catita
catita mfn. class. = cattá Pāṇ. 7-2, 34 Kāś.
≫ catin
catín mfn. = cátat RV. vi, 19, 4
≫ catta
cattá mfn. (Ved. Pāṇ. 7-2, 34) hidden RV. i, 132, 6 AV. ix, 5, 9
• (quotation in) Pāṇ. 7-2, 34 Kāś.
• disappeared RV. x, 155, 2
⋙ cattarātra
○rātra m. 'N. of a man', cāttarātra
≫ cattra
cattra n. vḷ. for cāttra
≫ catya
catya mfn. to be hidden Pāṇ. 3-1, 97 Vārtt. 1 Pat.
cátasṛ pl. f. of catúr, 4 (nom. and acc. cátasras [cf. Pāṇ. 7-2, 99 Vārtt. 2]
• instr. catasṛ́bhis [vi,. 1, 180 f. ] RV. viii, 60, 9
• gen. ○sṝṇā́m ŚBr. iii, 3, 2, 13
• or ○sṝṇām [Ved. Pāṇ. 6-4, 5] R. i, 72, 12 and 73, 32
• loc. ○sṛ́ṣu ŚBr. iii, 5, 1, 1)
• [see priya- ; Hib. ceteora.]
≫ catasṛkā
catasṛkā f. pl. id. Hcat. i, 11, 672
≫ catu 1
catu mfn. = ○turthá TĀr. i, 8, 4
≫ catu 2
catu in comp. for ○túr (before s followed by a surd dental and followed by a surd lingual)
⋙ catuṣṭoma
○ṣṭomá m. a Stoma consisting of 4 parts (the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th having 4 verses more than the preceding) VS. xiv TS. v ŚBr. xiii R. i, 13, 43
• mfn. connected with a Catushṭoma (an Ekâha) AitBr. iii, 43 TāṇḍyaBr. xxi KātyŚr. ŚāṅkhŚr. Lāṭy.
⋙ catustanā
○stanā́ or cát○ f. (a cow) having 4 nipples MaitrS. iii, 1, 7 Kāṭh. xxx, 4 ŚBr. vi
⋙ catustotra
○stotra mfn. consisting of 4 Stotras KātyŚr. xii, 6, 4
⋙ catusthāna
○sthāna mfn. having a fourfold basis Nār. i, 8
≫ catuḥ
catuḥ in comp. for ○túr & ○tús
⋙ catuḥpañca
⋙ catuḥpañcāśa
○pañḍcāśa &c., See catuṣ-p○, cf. Pāṇ. 8-3, 43
⋙ catuḥśata
○śata (cát○), n. 104 RV. viii, 55, 3 ŚāṅkhŚr. Lāṭy. ; 400 R. vii, 23, 19 BhP. x, 1, 31
• mf(ā)n. 400 ChUp. iv, 4, 5
• (ī), f. '400 stanzas', N. of a Tāntric poem Ānand. Sch.
-tama mfn. the 104th (ch. of R. ii and vi)
⋙ catuḥśapha
○śapha (cát○), mfn. fourhoofed TBr. iii, 8, 2, 1
⋙ catuḥśamī
○śamī f. 4 Śamīs long Kauś. 137
⋙ catuḥśarāva
○śarāva (cát○), mfn. measuring 4 Śarāvas MaitrS. i TS. iii &c
⋙ catuḥśākha
○śākha n. 'having 4 extremities', the body L. [Page 384, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ catuḥśāla
○śāla mfn. having 4 halls MBh. i, iii Pañcat. MatsyaP. Rājat.
• m. a building with 4 halls R. ii f. Mṛicch. iii, 7 Rājat. iii, 13
⋙ catuḥśālaka
○śālaka n. id. L.
• (ikā), f. id. Pañcad. ii, 74
⋙ catuḥśikha
○śikha m. 'four-tufted', N. of an author
⋙ catuḥśikhaṇḍa
○śikhaṇḍa (cát○), mf(ā)n. four-tufted TBr. i, iii (○tuṣ-kaparda RV.)
⋙ catuḥśila
○śila n. 4 stones Kauś. 36
⋙ catuḥśṛṅga
○śṛṅga (cát○), mfn. four-horned RV. iv, 58, 2
• m. 'four-peaked', N. of a mountain BhP. v, 20, 15
⋙ catuḥśruti
○śruti mfn. (in music) having 4 intervals
⋙ catuḥśrotra
○śrotra (cát○), mf(ā)n. four-eared AV. v, 19, 7
⋙ catuḥṣaṣṭa
○ṣaṣṭa mfn. the 64th (ch. of MBh.)
• (with śata, 100) + 64 KātyŚr. Lāṭy.
⋙ catuḥṣaṣṭi
○ṣaṣṭi f. 64 AitBr. i, 5, 8 Mn. viii, 338 Hariv. R.
• the 64 Kalās MBh. ii, 2068
• N. of RV. (consisting of 64 Adhyāyas) L.
-kalâgama m. a treatise on the 64 Kalās Daś. x, 147
-kalā-śāstra n. id. Madhus.
-tama mfn. the 64th AitBr. i, 5, 8
• (also applied to chapters of R.)
○ṣṭy-aṅga mfn. having 64 subdivisions (the Jyotiþ-śāstra) Mudr. i, 5/6
⋙ catuḥṣṭoma
○ṣṭomá See ○tu-ST○
⋙ catuḥsaṃstha
○saṃstha mfn. consisting of 4 Saṃsthās or kinds of Soma oblation Vait.
⋙ catuḥsaṃkara
○saṃkara mfn. (a lawsuit) in which 4 matters are mingled Yājñ. ii, 7a/b, 49
⋙ catuḥsana
○sana mfn. containing the 4 sons of Brahmā (whose names begin with sana, viz. Sanaka, Sananda, Sanātana, Sanat-kumāra) BhP. ii, 7, 5
⋙ catuḥsaṃdhi
○saṃdhi mfn. composed of 4 parts AitBr. i, 25, 4
⋙ catuḥsaptata
○saptata mfn. the 74th (ch. of MBh.)
⋙ catuḥsaptati
○saptati f. 74 Caraṇ.
-tama mfn. = ○ptata (ch. of R.)
⋙ catuḥsaptātman
○saptâtman mfn. having 4 x 7 (i.e. 28) shapes NṛisUp. ii, 3
⋙ catuḥsama
○sama mfn. having 4 symmetric parts of the body (viz. arms, knees, legs, and cheeks Sch.
• but cf. -śākha and cátur-aṅga) R. v, 32, 13 (cf. Hariv. 14779)
• n. an unguent of 4 ingredients (sandal, agallochum, saffron
• and musk Bhpr. vii)
⋙ catuḥsamudra
○samudra (cát○), mf(ī)n. having 4 seas RV. x, 47, 2
• surrounded by 4 seas (the earth) Bālar. x, 66 Kathās. lxix, 181
⋙ catuḥsahasra
○sahasra (cát○), n. 4000 RV. v, 30, 15 ; 1004 W.
⋙ catuḥsādhana
○sādhana mfn. yielding 4 ways of attaining an object Nār. i, 8 and 12
⋙ catuḥsāhasraka
○sāhasraka mf(ikā)n. consisting of 4000 VāyuP.
⋙ catuḥsīta
○sīta (cát○), mfn. having 4 furrows TS. v
⋙ catuḥstanā
⋙ catuḥstotra
⋙ catuḥsthāna
○sthāna See catu-s○
⋙ catuḥsrakti
○srakti (cát○), mfn. quadrangular VS. xxxviii, 20 TS. i, vi ŚBr. i (said of the Vedi), vi f
• f. (scil. vedi) = uttara-vedi TĀr. iv f
≫ catur
catur ○tvā́ras m. pl., ○tvā́ri n. pl., 4 (acc. m. ○túras instr. ○túrbhis [for f. R. iv, 39, 33], gen. ○turṇā́m abl. ○túrbhyas
• class. instr., dat., abl., and loc. also oxyt. Pāṇ. 6-1, 180 f
• ifc. Kāś. and Siddh. on Pāṇ. 7-1, 55 and 98 ff
• for f. See cátasṛ)
• [cf. ?, Aeol. ? ; Goth. fidvor ; Lat. quatuor ; Cambro-Brit. pedwar, pedair ; Hib. ceatkair ; Lith. keturi ; Slav. cetyrje.]
⋙ caturaṃśavat
○aṃśa-vat mfn. consisting of 4 parts Jyot.
⋙ caturakṣa
○akṣá mf(ī́)n. 'four-eyed RV. i, 31, 13 ; x, 14, 10f. AV. TS. v ŚBr. xiii ŚāṅkhBr. iii, 5 KātyŚr.
⋙ caturakṣara
○akṣara (cát○), mfn. consisting of 4 syllables VS. ix, 31 ŚBr. iv, 1 and 3
• n. a combination of 4 syllables
ŚāṅkhŚr. Lāṭy. RPrāt. BhP. vi, 2, 8
-śas ind. in numbers of 4 syllables Lāṭy.
⋙ caturagnivat
○agni-vat mfn. having 4 fires Pāṇ. 8-2, 15 Pat.
⋙ caturaṅga
○aṅga (cát○), mfn. having 4 limbs (or extremities) RV. x, 92, 11 ŚBr. xii
• (with bala, an army) comprising (4 parts, viz.) elephants, chariots, cavalry, and infantry MBh. iii, 790 R. ii, 51, 7
• m. Cucumis utilissimus (?) L.
• N. of a son of Roma- or Loma-pāda Hariv. 1697 f. BhP. ix, 23, 10
• n. (scil. bala) = ○ṅga-bala AV. Pariś. MBh. ix, 446
• a kind of chess (played by 4 parties) Tithyād.
• (ā), f. (scil. senā) = ○ṅga-bala AV. Pariś
-krīḍā f. playing at chess
-bala n. an entire army (comprising elephants, chariots, cavalry, and infantry) MBh. iii, 660 R. Kathās. iii, 76
-balâdhipatya n. command of a complete army, Śṛiṅgār
-balâdhyakṣa m. the commander-in-chief of a complete army L.
-vinoda m. N. of wk
-sainya n. = -bala W.
⋙ caturaṅgin
○"ṣaṅgin mfn. (= ○ṅga
• with bala or vāhinī, an army) comprising elephants, chariots, cavalry, and infantry MBh. i, iv f. R. i, iii
• (iṇī), f. (scil. vāhinī) = ○ṅga-bala BhP. i, 10, 32
⋙ caturaṅgula
○aṅgulá n. 4 fingers of the hand (without the thumb) ŚāṅkhŚr. xvii, 10, 6f. ; 4 fingers broad, 4 inches ŚBr. x, 2, 2, 4 KātyŚr. Kauś. 26
• m. Cathartocarpus fistula Car. vii, 8 Suśr. i, iv
-paryavanaddha mfn. overgrown with that plant Divyâv. viii
⋙ caturaṇuka
○aṇuka n. an aggregate of 4 atoms Bādar.ī, 2, 11 Sch.
⋙ caturadhyāyika
○adhyāyika n
⋙ caturadhyāyikā
○adhyāḍyikā f
⋙ caturadhyāyī
○adhyāḍyī f. 'consisting of 4 Adhyāyas', N. of Śaunaka's APrāt.
⋙ caturanīka
○anīka (cát○), mfn. four-faced (Varuṇa) RV. v, 48, 5
⋙ caturanugāna
○anugāna n. N. of a Sāman. [Page 384, Column 2]
⋙ caturanta
○anta mf(ā)n. bordered on all 4 sides (the earth) MBh. i, 2801 and 3100 R. ii, v Śak. iv, 20
• (ā), f. 'the earth', in comp. ○têśa m. 'earth-lord', a king Ragh. x, 86 (or catur-antêśa = -dig-īśa, q.v. Sch.)
⋙ caturamla
○amla n. 4 sour substances (viz. amlavetasa, vṛkṣâmla, bṛhaj-jambīra, and nimbaka) Bhpr.
⋙ caturartha
○artha mf(ā)n. having 4 meanings L.
⋙ caturavatta
○avattá n. (ava-√do) '4 times cut off or taken up, consisting of 4 Avadānas', 4 Avadānas TS. ii ŚBr. i KātyŚr. iii
⋙ caturavattin
○"ṣavattin mfn. one who offers oblations consisting of 4 Avadānas AitBr. ii, 14, 3 Gobh. KātyŚr. Sch.
⋙ caturavarārdhya
○avarârdhya mfn. at least 4 Gobh. iv, 2, 6
⋙ caturaśīta
○aśīta mfn. the 84th (ch. of MBh.)
⋙ caturaśīti
○aśīti f. 84 VarBṛS. lxxvii, 30
-tama mfn. the 84th (ch. of R.)
-yogâdhyāya m. 'containing 84 chapters on the Yoga', N. of a work
-sāhasra mfn. numbering 84000 MārkP. liv, 15
⋙ caturaśra
○aśra mf(ā)n. four-cornered, quadrangular KātyŚr. Kauś. Pāṇ. 5-4, 120 Hariv. 12378 &c
• regular Jain. Kum. i, 32 (cf. Vām. v, 2, 60)
• m. a quadrangular figure
• a square W.
• (in astron.) N. of the 4th and 8th lunar mansions Laghuj.
• (in music) a kind of measure
• (scil. hasta) a particular position of the hands (in dancing)
• (pl.) N. of various Ketus VarBṛS. xi, 25
• n. a particular posture (in dancing) Vikr. iv, 41/42 Sch.
-tā f. regularity, harmony Kām.
○śrī-√kṛ, to make quadrangular Hcat. AgP. KātyŚr. Sch.
⋙ caturaśraka
○"ṣaśraka mf(ā)n. four-cornered, forming a quadrangular figure Hcat. AgP. xliii, 27
• m. a particular posture (in dancing) Vikr. iv, 41/42
⋙ caturaśri
○aśri (cát○), mfn. quadrangular RV. i, 152, 2 ; iv, 22, 2
⋙ caturaṣṭaka
○áṣṭaka mfn. having 4 days called Ashṭakās Gobh. iii, 10, 4
⋙ caturasra
⋙ caturasraka
○asraka for -aśr○
⋙ caturaha
○ahá m. a period of 4 days ŚBr. iii, 4, 4, 27 KātyŚr. xiii
• a Soma sacrifice lasting 4 days ŚBr. xii, 2, 2, 12 KātyŚr. xxiii f. Vait. xl f. (cf. atri-c○.)
⋙ caturātman
○ātman mfn. representing 4 persons, having 4 faces or shapes Hariv. 12884 (Vishṇu) NṛisUp. Rājat. iv, 507 and v, 25 (Keśava)
⋙ caturādhyāyika
⋙ caturādhyāyikā
⋙ caturādhyāyī
○ādhyāḍyī for -adh○
⋙ caturānana
○ānana m. 'fourfaced', Brahmā VarBṛS. vci, 16 BhP. v, 1, 30 Kathās. xxiv
⋙ caturāśramin
○āśramin mfn. passing the 4 stages of a Brāhman's life MBh. vii, 78, 27
⋙ caturāśramya
○āśramya for cāt○
⋙ caturiḍaspadastobha
○iḍas-pada-stobha m. (cf. iḍas-padé) N. of a Sāman
⋙ caturindriya
○indriya mfn. having 4 senses (a class of animals) Jain.
⋙ caturuttara
○uttará mfn. increasing by 4 AitBr. viii, 6 ŚBr. x, xii f. RPrāt.
-stoma m. with gotamasya, N. of an Ekâha ŚāṅkhŚr. xiv
⋙ caturuṣṭra
○uṣṭra n. the 4 substances taken from a camel Suśr. vi
⋙ caturūdhnī
○ūdhnī f. (Aditi) having 4 udders Kāṭh. xxx, 4
⋙ caturūrdhvapad
○ūrdhva-pad m. (nom. -pād) 'having 4 feet more (than other animals)', the fabulous animal Śarabha (with 8 legs) Gal.
⋙ caturūṣaṇa
○ūṣaṇa n. the 4 hot spices (black and long pepper, dry ginger, and the √of long pepper
• cf. -jāta and try-ūṣ○) Bhpr. v
⋙ caturṛca
○ṛcá mfn. possessing 4 Ṛic verses, i.e. obtaining the merit suggested by them SaṃhUp.
• n. a hymn consisting of 4 verses AV. xix, 23, 1

caturṛddhipādacaraṇatalasupratiṣṭhita3catur--ṛddhi-pāda-caraṇa-tala-supratiṣṭhita mfn. well-established on the soles of the feet of the supernatural power (Buddha) Divyâv. viii f
⋙ caturoghottīrṇa
○oghôttīrṇa mfn. one who has passed across the 4 floods (Buddha) ib. and xix, 51
⋙ caturgaṇa
○gaṇa m. a series of 4
⋙ caturgati
○gati mfn. having 4 kinds of going R. (B) v, 35, 19
• 'going on 4 feet', a tortoise L.
⋙ caturgandha
○gandha mfn. fragrant on 4 sides R. v, 32, 12 (vḷ. -vyaṅga)
⋙ caturgava
○gava n. a carriage drawn by 4 oxen KātyŚr. xxii
⋙ caturguṇa
○guṇa (cát○), mf(ā)n. fourfold ŚBr. iii, 3, 2, 9 Hit.
• tied with 4 strings (the upper garment) Divyâv. vi, 46
⋙ caturgṛhīta
○gṛhītá n. taken up or ladled out (as a fluid) 4 times, taking up (any fluid) 4 times ŚBr. iii f. KātyŚr.
⋙ caturgṛhītin
○gṛhītin mfn. one who has taken up (any fluid) 4 times Lāṭy. iii, 2, 6 Sch.
⋙ caturgrāma
○grāma 'containing 4 villages', N. of a country
⋙ caturjāta
○jāta n. = cāt○ L.
⋙ caturjātaka
n. id. Suśr. KātyŚr. xix Sch.
⋙ caturṇavata
○ṇavata mfn. (= ○nav○) the 94th W.
• (with śata, 100) + 94 KātyŚr. xvi
⋙ caturdaṃṣṭra
○daṃṣṭra (cát○), mfn. having 4 tusks AV. xi, 9, 17 MBh. R. v
• m. a beast of prey Gal.
• Vishṇu L.
• N. of an attendant of Skanda MBh. ix, 2564
• of a Dānava Hariv. 12935
⋙ caturdat
○dat m(nom. -dan)fn. four-toothed Pāṇ. 5-4, 141 Kāś.
⋙ caturdanta
○danta mfn. 'having 4 tusks', Indra's elephant Airāvata L.
• N. of an elephant Pañcat. iii, 1, 0/1 Kathās. lxii, 30
⋙ caturdala
○dala m. 'four-leaved', Marsilea quadrifolia Npr.
⋙ caturdaśa
○daśá mf(ī)n. the 14th Yājñ. ii, 113 R. ii BhP. i, 3, 18
• consisting of 14 VS. ix, 34 ŚāṅkhŚr. ix, xiv RPrāt. xvii, 19
• (ī), f. (scil. rātri) the 14th day in a lunar fortnight ŚāṅkhGṛ. ii ; iv, 7 ĀśvGṛ. ii, 3 Mn. MBh. Kathās.
○śī-śānti f. N. of wk. [Page 384, Column 3]
⋙ caturdaśaka
○"ṣdaśaka mfn. the 14th MBh. i, 4334
⋙ caturdaśan
○daśan (cát○), a pl. (loc. ○śásu ŚBr. ix, 3, 2, 8) 14 RV. x, 114, 7 ŚBr. KātyŚr. ; [Lat. quatuordecim ; Lith. keturo1lika]
○śa-guṇa mfn. having 14 merits, cf. Sch. on R. (B) iv, 54, 2 and MBh. ii, 5, 21
○śa-guṇa-nāman n. pl. N. of wk
○śa-guṇa-sthāna n. N. of wk
○śa-dhā́ ind. fourteenfold ŚBr. x, 4, 2, 11 BhP. v, 26, 38
○śamata-viveka m. 'disquisition on the 14 philos. systems', N. of wk. by Śaṃkara
○śa-rātra m. a Soma sacrifice lasting 14 days ĀśvŚr. xi, 2, 6
○śa-rcá n. a hymn consisting of 14 verses AV. xix, 23, 11
○śa-vidha mfn. fourteenfold KapS. vi, 19 Sch.
○śa-sama-dvandva mfn. having the 14 paired parts of the body symmetric R. (B) v, 35, 19
○śa-svapana-vicāra m. 'disquisition on the 14 kinds of sleep', N. of wk
○śâkṣara (cát○), mfn. having 14 syllables VS. ix, 34
⋙ caturdaśama
○daśama mfn. = ○śaka BhP. viii, 13, 34
⋙ caturdaśika
○"ṣdaśika (fr. ○śī), a feast on the 14th day of a lunar fortnight Buddh. L.
⋙ caturdaśī
○daśī See ○śá
⋙ caturdārikā
○dārikā f. N. of Kathās. xxivxxvi
⋙ caturdikkam
○dik-kam ind. towards the 4 quarters, on all sides, all around, cvii, 23
• cxviii, 86
⋙ caturdikṣu
○dikṣu (loc. pl.) ind. id. W.
⋙ caturdiśam
○diśam ind. id. MBh. ii, 570 BhP. v
⋙ caturdaiva
○daiva mfn. for cāt○ Hariv. ii, 58, 17 Sch.
⋙ caturdola
○dola m. n. a royal litter Bhoj.
⋙ caturdos
○dos mfn. four-armed Naish. vii, 65
⋙ caturdvāra
○dvāra mf(ā)n. having 4 doors or openings MBh. xii, 269, 23 (said of the puruṣa) Pañcad.
-mukha mf(ī)n. having 4 doors as mouths Ragh. xv, 60
⋙ caturdvīpacakravartin
○dvīpacakravartin m. the sovereign of the 4 Dviipas SaddhP. i
⋙ caturdhara
○dhara m. N. of a family or race
⋙ caturdhā
○dhā́ ind. in 4 parts, fourfold RV. iv, 35, 2 f. AV. TS. ii ŚBr. MBh. BhP.
• [cf. ? ; Hib. ceathardha]
-karaṇa n. dividing into 4 parts Nyāyam. Sch.
• -√kṛ, to divide into 4 parts ib.
-√bhū, to be divided into 4 parts AV. x, 10, 29
-vihitá mfn. divided into 4 parts ŚBr. i
-śānti f. a religious ceremony performed at the time of making the stated offerings to deceased ancestors W.
⋙ caturdhātu
○dhātu mfn. fourfold (a term in music)
⋙ caturdhārin
○dhārin m. Cissus quadrangularis Npr.
⋙ caturnavata
○navata mfn. (= -ṇav○) the 94th (a ch. of MBh.)
⋙ caturnavati
○navati f. 94, in comp. -tama mfn. the 94th (a ch. of R.)
⋙ caturnidhana
○nidhana (cát○), mfn. consisting of 4 concluding passages ŚBr. xii, 8, 3, 26
⋙ caturnetṛ
○netṛ mfn. bringing near the 4 objects desired for by men Hariv. ii, 121, 16
⋙ caturbāhu
○bāhu mfn. four-armed Pañcat. v, 8, 8/9
• (Vishṇu) BhP. viii, 17, 4
• m. N. of Śiva
⋙ caturbila
○bila (cát○), mfn. having 4 openings AV. xviii, 4, 30
• (said of an udder) ŚāṅkhGṛ. and ĀśvGṛ. ii, 10
⋙ caturbīja
○bīja n. the 4 kinds of seed (viz. of Kālâjājī, Candra-śūra, Methikā, and Yavānikā) Bhpr.
⋙ caturbhadra
○bhadra mfn. (4 times, i.e.) extremely auspicious Hcat.
• n. 4 objects of human wishes (viz. dharma, kāma, artha, bala L.
• or the first 3 with mokṣa W.
• or kīrti, āyus, yaśas, bala MBh. xiii, 5657
• or dharma, jñāna, vairāgya, aiśvarya, vii, 2182 Sch.
• or dāna, jñāna, śaurya, bhoga or vitta ib. Hit. i, 6, 58)
-tara mfn. (compar.) 4 times happier than (instr.) MBh. vii, 2182 ; 2194 ; 2207 ; 2449
⋙ caturbhadrikā
○bhadrikā f. a kind of medical preparation for curing fever Bhpr. vii, 4, 12
⋙ caturbhāga
○bhāgá m. the 4th part, quarter ŚBr. iii KātyŚr. xxiv Mn. &c
• mf(ā)n. forming the 4th part of (gen.) Hcat.
⋙ caturbhāgīyā
○"ṣbhāgīyā f. (scil. iṣṭakā) a brick of the 4th part of a man's length, Śulbas.
⋙ caturbhuja
○bhuja (in comp.) 4 arms BhP. iv, vi
• mf(ā)n. four-armed MBh. iii, 16424 R. i BhP. iv
• quadrangular
• m. Vishṇu or Kṛishṇa (cf. Bhag. xi, 46) R. vi Ragh. Pañcat. BhP. i
• N. of Gaṇêśa Gal.
• a quadrangular figure
• N. of a Dānava Hariv. 12934
• of the instructor of (the author of a Comm. on SkandaP.) Rāmânanda
• of the father of Śiva-datta
-bhaṭṭâcārya m. N. of an author Smṛitit. iv
-miśra m. N. of the author of a Comm. on MBh. iii f. and vii
⋙ caturbhūmika
○bhūmika mfn. having 4 floors (a house) Pañcat. iv, 9, 0/1
⋙ caturbhūyas
○bhūyas mfn. containing 4 (syllables) more RPrāt. xvi, 2
⋙ caturbhṛṣṭi
○bhṛṣṭi (cát○), mfn. four-cornered, quadrangular RV. x, 57, 9
• four-pointed AV. x, 5, 50
⋙ caturmahāpatha
○mahā-patha n. meeting of 4 great roads Divyâv. xxxv, 11
⋙ caturmahārāja
○mahā-rāja m. pl. the 4 great kings or guardians of the lowest of the 6 sensuous heavens W.
-kāyika m. pl. (= cāt○) 'belonging to the attendance of those 4 great kings', N. of a class of deities Buddh. L.
⋙ caturmahārājika
○"ṣmahārājika m. N. of Vishṇu Vishṇ.
• m. pl. = ○ja-kāyika Buddh. (cf. cāt○.)
⋙ caturmāsa
○māsa n. a period of 4 months W.
• (ī), f. id. Kathās. cxxiv, 154
⋙ caturmāsya
○māsya n. (= cāt○) a Cāturmāsya sacrifice Kāṭh. xxxv, 20
⋙ caturmukha
○mukha (in comp.) 4 faces Kum. ii, 17 [Page 385, Column 1] Contents of this page
• mfn. 'four-faced', in comp
• four-pointed (an arrow) Hariv. 10630
• m. N. of Brahmā MBh. iii R. i BhP. iii, 8, 16 Kathās. xx
• of Vishṇu Hariv. 12344 Ragh. x, 23
• of Śiva (cf. -tva) MBh. xiii, 6393
• of a Dānava Hariv. 12934
• (in music) a kind of measure
-tva n. (Śiva's) state of having 4 faces VarBṛS. lxxiv, 20
-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha SkandaP.
-rasa m. a preparation of great curative power Prayog.
⋙ caturmuṣṭi
○muṣṭi m. 4 hands full Gṛihyās. i, 43
⋙ caturmuṣṭika
○muṣṭika n. pl. id. KātyŚr. (?)
⋙ caturmuhūrtam
○muhūrtam ind. during 4 Muhūrtas Gaut. xvi, 44
⋙ caturmūrti
○mūrti mfn. 'having 4 forms of appearance, four-faced', in comp
• m. N. of Brahmā MBh. iii, 13560
• of Skanda, ix, 2486
• of Vishṇu Ragh. x, 74 BhP. v, 17, 16
-tva n. the state of being four-faced MBh. xiii, 6393
⋙ caturmedha
○medha m. one who has offered 4 sacrifices (Aśva-, Purusha-, Sarva-, and Pitṛi-medha) or one who knows the Mantras required for them Āp. ii, 17, 22
⋙ caturyama
○yama n. the having 4 tones of utterance TPrāt.
⋙ caturyukta
○yukta mfn. drawn by 4 (horses or oxen) MBh. v, 86, 6
⋙ caturyuga
○yuga n. (g. pātrâdi) the 4 Yugas (or ages of the world) combined (= a Mahā-yuga, q.v.) Mn. i, 71 MBh. xii, 11227 Hariv. 516 &c
• mf(ā)n. (cát○) = -yukta RV. ii, 18, 1
• comprising the 4 Yugas Ragh. x, 23
⋙ caturyuj
○yúj mfn. put to (as oxen) in a yoke of 4 RV. viii, 6, 48
• = -yukta ŚBr. v KātyŚr. MBh. i, vii R. i
⋙ caturlekha
○lekha mfn. having 4 lines on the forehead R. v, 32, 13
⋙ caturvaktra
○vaktra mf(ā)n. four-faced Vas.
• m. N. of Brahmā L.
• of a Dānava Hariv. iii, 47, 6
• of an attendant of Durgā Kathās. lī, 246
⋙ caturvaya
○vaya (cát○), mfn. fourfold RV. i, 110, 3 ; iv, 36, 4
⋙ caturvarga
○varga m. a collection of 4 things (e.g. = bhadra) Ragh. x, 23 HYog. i, 15 Hit.
-cintāmaṇi m. N. of wk. by Hemâdri
⋙ caturvarṇa
○varṇa (in comp.) the 4 castes ; 4 principal colours W.
• four letters W.
-maya mfn. consisting of the 4 castes Ragh. x, 23
○rṇâdi, a Gaṇa of Kāty. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 124 Vārtt. 1
• = anantâdi of Gaṇar. 178-180)
⋙ caturvarṣaśatāyus
○varṣa-śatâyus mfn. reaching an age of 400 years Mn. i, 83
⋙ caturvarṣikā
○varṣikā f. (scil. go) a cow 4 years old L.
⋙ caturvāhin
○vāhin m. (scil. ratha) a carriage drawn by 4 (horses or oxen) TāṇḍyaBr. xvi, 13, 12
⋙ caturviṃśa
○viṃśá mf(ī)n. the 24th ŚāṅkhŚr. Gobh. Yājñ. i, 37
• (with śata, 100) + 24 KātyŚr. MBh. i, 3790
• consisting of 24 VS. xiv, 25 TS. vii ŚBr. vi, ix, xiii AitBr. v, 29, 5 MBh. iii, 14271
• m. (scil. stóma) N. of a Stoma having 24 parts VS. xiv, 23 Lāṭy.
• n. (with or without ahan) N. of an Ekâha (2nd day of the Gavām-ayana sacrifice) ŚBr. xii TānḍyaBr. iv, 2, 4 KātyŚr. Lāṭy.
• (○sika with ahan Sāy. on RV. iii, 35, 4
cāturviṃśaka, on RV. i, 165, Introd.)
-stoma mfn. connected with the Caturviṃśa Stoma ŚāṅkhŚr. x
○śâkṣara mf(ā)n. having 24 syllables Hariv. 12435
⋙ caturvinśaka
○"ṣvinśaka mfn. consisting of 24 MBh. iii, 13918
⋙ caturviṃśat
○viṃśat f. 24, only in comp. ○śac-chata n. 124 Jyot. Sch.
⋙ caturviṃśati
○viṃśati (cát○), f. sg. (once pl
• also once n. sg. BhP. xii, 13, 4 and 7) 24 VS. xviii, 25 ŚBr. &c. (ā caturviṃśates, 'to the 24th year' Mn. ii, 38)
-kṛtvas ind. 24 times ĀpŚr.
• (○tiṃ kṛ́tvas ŚBr. iv)
-gavá n. sg. a set of 24 oxen ŚBr. vii, 2, 2, 6
-tama mfn. the 24th (ch. of R.)
-tīrthaṃkara-pūjā f. 'worship of the 24 Tirthaṃkaras (of the Jainas)', N. of wk
-daṇḍaka-stava m. N. of wk
-dhā ind. twenty-fourfold Hcat.
-purāṇa n. N. of wk
-mata n. 'views of the 24 chief legislators', N. of wk. Yājñ. iii, 327/328, 9 ; 33 and 48
-māna n. a sum of 24 (paid in gold), TānḍyaBr. xviii, 3, 2
-vikrama mf(ā)n. (cát○) measuring 24 paces ŚBr. iii, 5, 1, 10
-sāhasra mf(ī)n. consisting of 24000 MBh. i, 1, 102 R. (G) i, 4, 147
-smṛti f. = -mata
○ty-akṣara mf(ā)n. (cát○) having 24 syllables ŚBr. RPrāt.
○ty-avatāra-caritra n. history of the 24 incarnations', N. of a work by Narahara-dāsa
○ty-ahá m. sg. 24 days ŚBr. xi Gaut. PārGṛ. ii, 3
⋙ caturviṃśatika
○"ṣviṃśatika mfn. consisting of 24 BhP. iii, 26, 11,
⋙ caturviṃśatima
○"ṣviṃśatima mfn. for ○ti-tama Hcat.
⋙ caturviṃśika
○"ṣviṃśika mfn. measuring 24, Śulbas.
• with ahan, See ○śá
⋙ caturvidya
○vidya mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 124 Siddh.) familiar with the 4 Vedas MBh. iii, 85, 85 (vḷ. cāt○)
• (ā), f. g. anuśatikâdi
⋙ caturvidha
○vidha (cát○), mfn. fourfold, of 4 sorts or kinds ŚBr. vii ŚāṅkhŚr. Mn. &c
• (am), ind. in 4 ways MBh. v, 1118 (cf. ŚārṅgP.)
-saṃśayôdbheda m. 'removal of doubts of 4 kinds', N. of a work
○dhâhāra-maya mfn. made of 4 kinds of food (viz. bhakṣya, bhojya, lehya, and peya) GarbhUp.
⋙ caturvibhakta
○vibhakta mfn. divided into 4 parts Hariv. 12883. [Page 385, Column 2]
⋙ caturvīra
○vīra (cát○), mfn. (said of an unguent) AV. xix, 45, 3-5
• m. N. of a Soma sacrifice lasting 4 days KātyŚr. ŚāṅkhŚr. Vait. Maś.
⋙ caturvṛṣa
○vṛṣa mfn. having 4 bulls AV. v, 16, 4
⋙ caturveda
○veda mfn. (g. brāhmaṇâdi) containing the 4 Vedas MBh. iii, 13560 (Brahmā) Hariv. 12884 (Vishṇu)
• (cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 124 Siddh.) = -vidya Hariv. 7993 Subh.
• m. pl. the 4 Vedas Hariv. 14074
• a class of manes MBh. ii, 463
⋙ caturvedin
○"ṣvedin mfn. = -vidya Ratnâv. ii, 5/6 (in Prākṛit)
⋙ caturvaiśāradyaviśārada
○vaiśāradyaviśārada mfn. wise through fourfold knowledge (Buddha) Divyâv. viii, 91 ; xix, 52
⋙ caturvyaṅga
○vyaṅga mfn. = -hrasva R. (B) v, 35, 18 (v. l. -gandha)
⋙ caturvyāpin
○vyāpin mfn. relating to 4 (persons) Nār. i, 8 and 13
⋙ caturvyūha
○vyūha mfn. having 4 kinds of appearance MBh. xii, 13603 (Hari) VāyuP. i, 1, 42 (Mahêśvara)
• containing 4 chapters Sarvad. xv, 390
-vādin m. 'asserting the 4 forms (of Purushôttama, viz. Vāsudeva, Saṃkarshaṇa, Pradyumna, Aniruddha)', a Vaishṇava Bādar. ii, 2, 42, Gov
⋙ caturhanu
○hanu (cát○), mfn. having 4 jaws AV. v, 19, 7
• m. N. of a Dānava Hariv. 12939 (vḷ. candra-h○)
⋙ caturhasta
○hasta mfn. four-handed W.
⋙ caturhāyaṇa
○hāyaṇa mf(ī)n. 4 years old (said of living beings) Pāṇ. 4-1, 27 (also Pat.)
• (ī), f. a cow of 4 years L.
⋙ caturhāyana
○hāyana mf(ā)n. (g. kṣubhnâdi) = ○yaṇa (said of lifeless objects) Pāṇ. 4-1, 27 Pat.
⋙ caturhita
○hita mfn. useful for 4 (persons) Nār. i, 8 and 12
⋙ caturhotṛ
○hotṛ (cát○), m. sg. or pl., N. of a litany (recited at the new-moon and full-moon sacrifice) AV. xi, 7, 19 AitBr. v TBr. ii ŚBr. iv ŚāṅkhŚr. x Lāṭy.
• m. (cf. -hotra) N. of Kṛishṇa Hariv. 10404 (vḷ. for -netṛ)
-tvá n. the condition of the Caturhotṛi litany MaitrS. i, 9, 7
⋙ caturhotra
○hotra m. (cf. ○tṛ) Vishṇu Hariv. 12884
• v. l. for anuha VP.
• for cāt○, q.v
⋙ caturhotraka
○"ṣhotraka for cāturhotra, q.v
⋙ caturhrasva
○hrasva mfn. having the 4 extremities too short R. (B) v, 35, 18 Sch.
≫ catura 1
catura mfn. ifc. = ○túr (cf. upa- and tri- Pāṇ. 5-4, 77 Vārtt.
a-, vi-, su- Vop. vi, 29)
• (am), ifc. ind. (g. śarad-ādi), cf. ā-, upa-
≫ caturikā 1
caturikā f. ( = ○tuṣka) a quadrangular courtyard (used for guests) Pañcad. iv, 76 ; v, 45
≫ caturtha
caturthá mf(ī́)n. (g. yājakâdi Gaṇar. 100) the 4th AV. VS. TS. &c
• m. the 4th letter in the first 5 classes of consonants (gh, jh, ḍh, dh, bh) RPrāt. VPrāt. Kāś.
• '4th caste', a Śūdra L.
• n. 'constituting the 4th part', a quarter Gaut. x, 38
• (for ○tuṣṭaya
• ifc.) a collection of 4 Divyâv. xxxiii
• (ī), f. (scil. rātri) the 4th day in a lunar fortnight KātyŚr.
• (metrically ○thi) VarYogay. v, 8
• 'the 4th day of a marriage', See ○rthī-karman
• (scil. vibhakti) the termination of the 4th case, dative case Pāṇ.
• = ○tur-bhāgīyā, Śulbas. iii, 26
• (am), ind. the 4th time ĀśvGṛ. ŚāṅkhGṛ. [cf. ? ; Lat. quartus Lith. ketwirtas ; Slav. cetvertyi ; Germ. vierter.]
⋙ caturthakāla
○kāla mfn. = ○lika Āp. i, 25, 10
• m. '4th meal', (am), ind. at the 4th meal-time, i.e. at the evening of every 2nd day (of any one's fasting) Mn. xi, 110
• (e), loc. ind. id. Āp. i, 27, 11
⋙ caturthakālika
○"ṣkālika mfn. one who takes only every 4th meal Mn. vi, 19
⋙ caturthaphala
○phala n. the 2nd inequality or equation of a planet W.
⋙ caturthabhaktakṣapaṇa
○bhakta-kṣapaṇa n. fasting so as to take only every 4th meal MBh. xiii, 5145
⋙ caturthabhāj
○bhāj mfn. receiving the 4th part (as a tax from one's subjects), ii, 585 (cf. Mn. x, 118.)
⋙ caturthamandrātisvārya
○mandrâtisvārya mfn. 'to be lengthened in a particular way', said of a kind of recitation of the SV. SaṃhUp. ii, 5
⋙ caturthasvara
○svara m. having the 4th tone or accent ib.
• n. N. of a Sāman
⋙ caturthāṃśa
caturthâṃśa m. a 4th part Hariv. 9690
• mfn. = ○śin Mn. viii, 210
⋙ caturthāṃśin
caturthâṃśin mfn. receiving a quarter Gaut. xxviii, 34
⋙ caturthāśrama
caturthâśrama m. the 4th stage of a Brāhman's life W.
⋙ caturthodāttatama
caturthôdāttatama mfn. 'reciting the 4th as the highest tone (or accent)', said of a particular way of reciting the SV. SaṃhUp. iii, 3
≫ caturthaka
caturthaka mfn. the 4th Śrut.
• returning every 4th day (a fever), quartan, ? Pāṇ. 5-2, 81 Hariv. 10555 Car. Suśr.
• m. (in music) a kind of measure
• (ikā), f. a weight of 4 Karshas ŚārṅgS. i, 24 Ashṭâṅg. v, 6, 27
≫ caturthi
caturthi for ○thī, q.v
≫ caturthī
caturthī f. of ○thá, q.v
⋙ caturthīkarman
○karman n. the ceremonies performed on the 4th day of a marriage Gobh. ii, 5, 1 ŚāṅkhGṛ. i, 18, 1
≫ caturya
caturya Nom. P. ○ryati (1st fut. ○ryitā inf. ○ryitum), to wish for 4 Pāṇ. 8-2, 78 Vārtt. 1
≫ catuś
catuś in comp. for ○túr
⋙ catuścakra
○cakra m. N. of a sacrifice Baudh. i, 13, 30
• of a phenomenon in the sky MBh. vii, 199, 19
• n. N. of a mystical diagram, Tantr. [Page 385, Column 3]
⋙ catuścatvāriṃśa
○catvāriṃśá mf(ī)n. the 44th (ch. of MBh. or R.)
• (with śatá, 100) + 44 ŚBr. x, 4, 2, 7
• containing 44 VS. and TS. v (said of a Stoma) ŚBr. viii, xiii
• m. (scil. stoma) a Stoma consisting of 44 parts Lāṭy.
⋙ catuścatvāriṃśat
○catvāriṃśat (cát○), f. 44 VS. xviii, 25 ŚBr. viii ŚāṅkhŚr. RPrāt.
⋙ catuścatvāriṃśin
○"ṣcatvāriṃśín mfn. containing 44 parts MaitrS. ii, 8, 7
⋙ catuścaraṇa
○caraṇa mfn. consisting of 4 parts Sarvad. vii, 6
• m. 'having 4 feet', a quadruped VarBṛ. xxi, 6
⋙ catuścalita
○calita n. a kind of play or sport Siṃhâs.
⋙ catuścitya
○citya mfn. supported by 4 stratums MBh. xiv, 88, 32
≫ catuṣ
catuṣ in comp. for ○túr
⋙ catuṣkaparda
○kaparda (cát○), mf(ā)n. having 4 tufts RV. x, 114, 3
⋙ catuṣkarṇa
○karṇa mfn. four-eared W.
• heard by 4 ears only Pañcat. i, 1, 86
• (ī), f. N. of one of the mothers attending on Skanda MBh. ix, 2643
-tā f. instr. (ayā), ind. so that only 4 ears are present Pañcat. i, 10, 16/17
⋙ catuṣkala
○kala mfn. having 4 marks (on the thumb denoting the proficiency in the 4 Vedas) R. (B) v, 35, 18 (vḷ. -kṛṣṇa)
⋙ catuṣkārin
○kārin mfn. causing or effecting 4 things Nār. i, 8 and 14
⋙ catuṣkiṣku
○kiṣku mfn. 4 Kishkus long MBh. v, vii R. (B) v, 35, 18
⋙ catuṣkṛṣṇa
○kṛṣṇa mfn. having 4 black parts of the, body R. ii, 32, 13 (vḷ. for -kala)
⋙ catuṣkoṇa
○koṇa mfn. quadrangular Sūryapr. Hcat. i, 8, 498a/b
• mṇ. a tetragon, 11, 617
⋙ catuṣkrama
○krama m. a Krama (or method of reading and writing the Veda) consisting of 4 parts RPrāt. xi, 10
⋙ catuṣkhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa mf(ā) n. consisting of 4 parts CūlUp. Sch. Introd
⋙ catuṣpakṣa
○pakṣa (cát○), mf(ā)n. furnished with 4 posts AV. ix, 3, 21
⋙ catuṣpañca
○pañca mfn. pl. 4 or 5 Rājat. vi, 326 ; viii, 555
○can BhP. i, 15, 23 and x, 37, 30
⋙ catuṣpañcāśa
○pañcāśa mfn. the 54th (ch. of MBh. or R.)
⋙ catuṣpañcāśat
○pañcāśat (cát○), f. (sg. or pl. Pāṇ. 8-3, 5 Sch.) 54 ŚBr. vi
-tama mfn. the 54th (ch. of MBh. ed. Bomb.)
○śadadhika-śata mfn. the 154th (ch. of MBh.)
⋙ catuṣpattrī
○pattrī = ○tur-dala Bhpr.
⋙ catuṣpatha
○pathá m. n. a place where 4 roads meet, cross-way TBr. i ŚBr. ii Kauś. &c
• m. 'walking the 4 paths (i.e. Āśramas, cf. catur-āśramin)', a Brāhman L.
• n. one of the 18 ceremonies performed with Kuṇḍas, Tantr
-kṛtâśaya m. 'having made its abode on a cross-way', a kind of ghost Gal.
-niketā f. 'abiding on a cross-way', N. of one of the mothers attending on Skanda MBh. ix, 2643
-ratā f. id., 2645
-sad mfn. dwelling at cross-ways MānGṛ. i, 13 PārGṛ. iii, 15, 8
⋙ catuṣpad
○pad (cát○), m. (nom. sg. -pād
• pl. -pādas, irreg. -padas BhP. v, 1, 14 ; vi, 4, 9
• loc. -pātsu AitBr. vi, 2, 7
• abl. -pādbhyas Pāṇ. 4-1, 135) f. (-padī) n. (nom. -pad RV. 4 times, or -pād RV. twice). (cf. Pāṇ. 5-4, 140) quadruped, (m.) a quadruped, (n.) quadrupeds (collectively), animals RV. AV. &c
• having made 4 steps ĀśvGṛ. i, 7, 19 ŚāṅkhGṛ. i, 14, 6
• divided into 4 parts MāṇḍUp. 2 MBh. v
• (in prosody) consisting of 4 Pādas RV. i, 164, 24 ; x, 27, 10
• having 4 staffs (a ladder) MBh. xii, 8838
• (a judicial procedure) consisting of 4 processes (viz. plea, defence, rejoinder, and sentence) Yājñ. ii, 8
• (-padi). f. 'a female quadruped', in comp., ○dī-gamana n. intercourse with a female quadruped Suśr. ii, 12, 3
⋙ catuṣpada
○pada (in comp.) 4 Pādas Mālav. i, 19/20
• n. sg. or pl., 4 partitions or divisions AgP. xl, 16 and 18
• mf(ā)n. (cát○), quadruped MBh. VarBṛS. xxi
• consisting of 4 Pādas TS. iii, 2, 9, 1 ŚBr. xi AitBr. i, 7 ChUp. RPrāt. Mālav. ii
• consisting of 4 words VPrāt.
• comprising 4 partitions or divisions VarBṛS. liii, 55
• (in alg.) tetranomial
• m. a quadruped W.
• (= pāśava?) a kind of coitus L.
• (pl.) certain zodiacal signs (viz. meṣa, vṛṣa, siṃha, makara-pūr vârdha, dhanuḥ-parârdha) Laghuj. i, 11 ff
• N. of a shrub W.
• n. N. of a particular Karaṇa VarBṛS. ic, 5 and 8 Sūryas. ii, 67
• (ā), f. a metre of 30 + 4 + 4 syllabic instants
⋙ catuṣpadikā
○"ṣpadikā f. = ○dā
⋙ catuṣpadī
○padī f. of -pad, q.v
⋙ catuṣparṇī
○parṇī f. (cf. -pattrī), 'fourleaved', Oxalis pusilla L.
⋙ catuṣparyāya
○paryāya mfn. having 4 reiterations (a Stoma) Vait. xl
⋙ catuṣparva
○parva mf(ā)n. consisting of 4 parts AitĀr. i, 2, 2, 20
⋙ catuṣpāṭi
○pāṭi f. 'winding 4 ways (?)', a river L.
⋙ catuṣpāṭhī
○pāṭhī f. a school in which the 4 Vedas are studied W.
⋙ catuṣpāṇi
○pāṇi m. 'four-handed', Vishṇu L.
⋙ catuṣpād
○pād See -pad
• once in comp. MBh. xii, 5697
⋙ catuṣpāda
○pāda (cát○), mf(ī)n. quadruped ŚBr. iii, vi AitBr. Suśr.
• mf(ā)n. consisting of 4 parts MBh. iii, 1459 VāyuP. Sarvad. xv, 207
• m. a quadruped MBh. iii, 11246 Yājñ. ii, 298 R. v
• (scil. adhyāya) the chapter treating of the 4 parts of medical science Car. i, 9 f
• (ī), f. a number of 4 feet Jyot. (YV) 31
-samanvaya m. conjunction of the 4 parts of medical science Bhpr.
-siddhi f. complete knowledge of the 4 parts of medical science Car. iii, 8. [Page 386, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ catuṣpādaka
○"ṣpādaka mf(ikā)n. consisting of 4 Pādas Kāraṇḍ. xii, 33 and 39
⋙ catuṣpārśva
○pārśva n. the 4 sides (of a square &c.) W.
⋙ catuṣpuṭa
○puṭa mfn. having 4 folds ĀpŚr. xii, 2, 14
⋙ catuṣpuṇḍrā
○puṇḍrā f. Abelmoschus esculentus L.
⋙ catuṣprasthānika
○prasthānika mfn. pl. divided into 4 sects Sarvad. ii, 255
⋙ catuṣphalā
○phalā f. 'four-fruited', Uraria lagopodioides L.
≫ catuṣka
catuṣka mfn. consisting of 4 Lāṭy. RPrāt. Śulbas. Suśr.
• (with śata, 100) + 4(i.e.4 percent.) Mn. viii, 142 Bijag.
• m. any sign (as the Svastika) having 4 marks L.
• N. of a man Rājat. viii, 2849 ; 2859 ; 2911 ; 2931
• n. a set of 4, collection of 4 Mn. vii, 50 Yājñ. iii, 99 MBh. xii, 12706 (or = aṃśayoḥ kaṭyoś cântarāla Sch.) Mṛicch. ix, 12 Srut.
• = -veśman Kum. v, 68 ; vii, 9
• a quadrangular courtyard (used for receiving guests) Pañcat. (ifc. f. ā) Prasannar. iii, 6 Pañcad.
• a crossway L.
• a necklace of 4 strings L.
• (ī), f. a (large) four-sided pond L.
• a bed-or musquito-curtain L.
• a necklace of 4 strings W.
⋙ catuṣkaveśman
○veśman n. a hall resting on 4 columns Vcar. xv, 15
≫ catuṣkikā
catuṣkikā f. a set of 4 Rājat. v, 369
• = ṣka-veśman Viddh. i, 13/14 Rājat. viii, 23
• (in Prākṛit) Bālar. v, 41/42 and 42/43
≫ catuṣkin
catuṣkin mfn. ifc. having a set of 4 (of anything) MBh. xii, 13340 (cf. 12706)
≫ catuṣṭaya
cátuṣṭaya m. (nom. pl. ○ye Pāṇ. 8-3, 101 Kāś.) f. (ī) n. fourfold, consisting of 4 AV. x, 2, 3 ŚBr. xiii AitBr. iii, viii ŚāṅkhŚr. MBh. &c. ; 4 BhP. iii, 15, 28
• n. a set of 4, quaternion KātyŚr. viii Gṛihyās. Mn. &c. (ifc. f. ā Hcat.)
• a square W.
• the 1st, 4th, 7th, and 10th signs of the zodiac VarYogay. iv, 48
• 'a collection of Sūtras consisting of 4 sections', cāt○
≫ catus 1
catús ind. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-4, 18
• in comp. before hard gutturals and labials ○tuḥ or ○tuṣ, viii, 3, 43) 4 times AV. xi, 2, 9 TS. ii ŚBr. ĀśvGṛ. &c
≫ catus 2
catus in comp. for ○túr
⋙ catustāla
○tāla m. (in music) a kind of measure
⋙ catustriṃśa
○triṃśá mf(ī)n. the 34th (Prajā-pati, so called with regard to the other 33 gods) ŚBr. iv f. TBr. ii
• (with śatá, 100) + 34 ŚBr. xii
• containing 34 Lāṭy.
• m. (scil. stóma) a Stoma consisting of 34 parts VS. xiv, 23 AitBr. iv, 18
⋙ catustriṃśat
○triṃśat (cát○), f. 34 RV. i, 162, 18 ; x, 55, 3 VS.
○śaj-jātaka-jña m. 'knowing 34 Jātakas', N. of a Buddha L.
○śat-sammita n. with prajā-pateś ( See s.v. ○śá), N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.
○śad-akṣara mf(ā)n. (cát○) containing 34 syllables ŚBr. x
○śad-rātram ind. during 34 days KātyŚr. xxiv
⋙ catustridvyekabhāga
○tri-dvy-eka-bhāga mfn. pl. receiving 4, 3, 2, and 1 part respectively Yājñ. ii, 125
≫ catū
catū in comp. for ○túr before r
⋙ catūrājī
○rājī f. (rājan) 'the 4 kings', N. of the luckiest termination of the Catur-aṅga game (by which one king gains the 4 thrones) Tithyād.
⋙ catūrātra
○rātrá m. n. lasting 4 days', N. of a ceremony AV. xi, 7, 11
ŚāṅkhŚr. KātyŚr. Lāṭy.
• (am), ind. during 4 days KātyŚr.
≫ catvara
catvara n. rarely m. [Hariv. 6499 ff. R. v, 49, 15] a quadrangular place, place in which many ways meet, cross-way MBh. &c
• a levelled spot of ground prepared for a sacrifice L.
⋙ catvarataru
○taru m. a tree growing on a cross-way Svapnac.
⋙ catvaravāsinī
○vāsinī- f. (cf. catuṣpatha-niketā) N. of one of the mothers attending on Skanda MBh. ix, 2630
≫ catvāriṃśa
catvāriṃśá mf(ī)n. (fr. ○śát) the 40th RV. ii, 12, 11
• (with śatá, 100) + 40 ŚBr. xii Pāṇ. 5-2, 46
• m. 'consisting of 40 (parts)', N. of a Stoma Lāṭy.
≫ catvāriṃśat
catvāriṃśát f. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 59
• fr. catvā́ri n. pl. + daśát, a decad) 40 RV. i, 126, 4 ; ii, 18, 5 VS. &c
• cf. ? ; Lat. quadraginta.]
⋙ catvāriṃśatpada
○pada (śát-), mf(ā)n. having 40 feet ŚBr. vii, 3, 1, 27
⋙ catvāriṃśadakṣara
catvāriṃśád-akṣara mf(ā) n. consisting of 40 syllables, xi ii, 6, 1, 2
⋙ catvāriṃśadrātra
catvāriṃśad-rātrá m. a period of 40 days ib. KātyŚr. ŚāṅkhSr.
⋙ catvāriṃśanmāna
catvāriṃśan-māna mfn. having the weight of 40 ĀpŚr.
≫ catvāriṃśati
catvāriṃśati f. = ○śát, See dvā-
catura 2
catura mf(ā, g. arśa-ādi)n. (√cat Uṇ.) swift, quick Kathās. x, 108 Rājat. iii, 176
• dexterous, clever, ingenious, shrewd Ragh. Vikr. Kum. Pañcat. &c
• charming, agreeable Ragh. Bhartṛ.
• visible L.
• m. a round pillow (cf. cāt○) L.
• the fish Cyprinus Rohita Gal.
• (scil. hasta) a particular position of the hand PSarv.
• n. = -tā g. arśa-ādi
• an elephant's stable L.
• (am), ind. quickly Kathās. ci, 96 Rājat. iii, 188
⋙ caturakrama
○krama m. (in music) a kind of measure
⋙ caturaga
○ga mfn. going quickly W.
⋙ caturatā
○tā f. cleverness, skilfulness Bhartṛ. i, 71
⋙ caturatva
○tva n. id. Daś. i, 223 (v. l. for caṇa-)
≫ caturaka
caturaka mf(ikā)n. clever, skilful Kathās. ciii [Page 386, Column 2]
• m. N. of a jackal Pañcat. i, 15, 35 and 16, 0/1 (cf. mahā-)
• 2. (ikā), f. N. of a woman Śak. vi, 8/9 (in Prākṛit) and 13/14 Kathās. vi, 53
• ciii, 20
caturthá ○rthaka, ○rya, See p. 385
catula mfn. = sthāpayitṛ L.
catuṣka &c. See col. 1
cattá cattra, catya, See √cat
catvara ○tvāriṃśá, &c. See col. 1
catvāla m. = cā́tv○, q.v. L.
• = garbha, or darbha L.
cad cl. 1. ○dati, ○date to ask or beg (cf. √cat) Dhātup. xxi, 5
cadira m. (= cand○) the moon L.
• camphor L.
• an elephant L.
• a snake L.
can 1
can cl. 1. ○nati, to sound, utter a sound L.
• to hurt, injure Dhātup. xix, 41
can 2
can (cf. √kan), only aor. Subj. 2. du. caniṣṭám 'to delight in, be satisfied with (loc.)' RV. vii, 70, 4
• and 3. sg. cániṣṭhat [jan○ SV.], 'to satisfy, please' RV. viii, 74, 11
≫ canas
cánas n. 'delight, satisfaction', only with √dhā P. and Ā. to delight in, be satisfied with (acc. or loc.), enjoy RV. VS. viii, 7 (cf. sá- and sa-cánas.)
≫ canasaya
canasaya Nom. ○yati, to address with the word canasita GopBr. i, 3, 19 ; ii, 2, 23
≫ canasita
canasita mfn. (Pass. p. fr. ○sya) 'satisfied, gracious' (only the voc. is used in the address to a Brāhman, added after his N. ) AitBr. i, 6, 8 Sāy. (Āp.)
⋙ canasitavat
○vat mfn. (speech or address) containing the word canasita, Gop. ii, 2, 23 KātyŚr. vii, 5, 7
⋙ canasitottara
canasitôttara mfn. followed by canasita (a N. ) Vait.
≫ canasya
canasya Nom. (Impv. 2. du. ○syátam) to delight in (acc.), enjoy RV. i, 3, 1
≫ caniṣṭha
cániṣṭha mfn. (superl. fr. cánas) very acceptable RV.
• very favourable, very gracious, vii, 57, 4 ; 70, 2 and 5
≫ cano
cano in comp. for cánas
⋙ canodhā
○dhā́ mfn. satisfied, gracious VS. viii, 7
⋙ canohita
○hita mfn. made favourable, inclined or willing to do anything RV. iii, 2, 2 and 7 ; 11, 2 (cf. Pāṇ. 1-4, 60 Vārtt. 2 Pat.) ; ix, 75, 1 and 4 VS.
caná (ca ná SV.), ind. and not, also not, even not, not even (this particle is placed after the word to which it gives force
• a preceding verb is accentuated [Pāṇ. 8-1, 57]
• in Vedic language it is generally, but not always, found without any other neg. particle, whereas in the later language another neg. is usually added, e.g. ā́paś canáprá minanti vratáṃ vāṃ, 'not even the waters violate your ordinance' RV. ii, 24, 12
nấha vivyāca pṛthivií canấinaṃ, 'the earth even does not contain him', iii, 36, 4
• in class. Sanskṛit it is only used after the interrogatives , katará, katamá, katham, kád, kadā́, kim, kútas, kva, making them indefinite) RV. AV. &c
• also RV. i, 139, 2 ; vi, 26, 7 ; viii, 78, 10
≫ canas
cánas &c. See √2. can
cand (fr. ścand, q.v.), cl. 1. ○dati (cf. Nir. xi, 5), to shine, be bright Dhātup. iii, 31
• to gladden ib. ; [Lat. candeo, candela.]
≫ canda
canda m. (for ○drá) the moon L.
• N. of the author of the work Pṛithivi-rāja-rāsaka
≫ candaka
candaka mfn. pleasing W.
• m. the moon W.
• moonlight W.
• vḷ. for ○draka, q.v
⋙ candakapuṣpa
○puṣpa for candana-p○ W.
≫ candana
candana m. n. sandal (Sirium myrtifolium, either the tree, wood, or the unctuous preparation of the wood held in high estimation as perfumes
• hence ifc. a term for anything which is the most excellent of its kind, g. vyāghrâdi) Nir. xi. 5 MBh. R. &c. (ifc. f. ā Ragh. vi, 61)
• m. N. of a divine being Lalit. i, 93
• of a prince
• = ○naka Mṛicch. vi, 25
• N. of an ape R. iv, 41, 3
• n. the grass Bhadra-kālī L.
• (ā), f. a kind of creeper L.
• N. of a river VP. (v. l. for ○ndrā)
• (ī), f. N. of a river R. iv, 40, 20 (cf. ku-, pīta-, rakta-, śveta-, hari-.)
⋙ candanagiri
○giri m. 'sandal-mountain', the Malaya L.
⋙ candanagopā
○gopā f. a kind of Ichnocarpus L.
⋙ candanadāsa
○dāsa m. N. of a man Mudr. i, 19/20
• of a merchant Hit. i, 6, 0/1
⋙ candanapaṅka
○paṅka m. sandal-unguent Ṛitus. i, 6 Caurap.
⋙ candanapāta
○pāta m. laying on of sandal-unguent Kāvyâd. ii, 104
⋙ candanapāla
○pāla m. N. of a prince Buddh.
⋙ candanaputrikā
⋙ candanaputri
○puḍtri- f. N. of a mythical doll Virac. xi, xxiv
⋙ candanapura
○pura n. N. of a town Kathās. lxxvii, 20,
⋙ candanapuṣpa
⋙ candanapuṣpaka
○puḍṣpaka n. cloves L.
⋙ candanamaya
○maya mfn. made or consisting of sandal-wood, VarBṛS. Kād. [Page 386, Column 3]
⋙ candanarasa
○rasa m. sandal-water Ratnâv. iii, 1 Ṛitus. iii, 20
⋙ candanavāri
○vāri n. id. MBh. v, 1794 R. iii
⋙ candanasāra
○sāra m. id., ii, 23, 39
• a kind of alkali L.
⋙ candanasārivā
○sārivā f. = -gopā L.
⋙ candanāgrya
candanâgrya m. N. of a man Lalit. xiii, 160
⋙ candanācala
candanâcala m.= ○na-giri L.
⋙ candanādri
candanâdri m. id. Rājat. iv, 156
⋙ candanāmbhas
candanâmbhas n. = ○na-rasa Kāvyâd. ii, 245
⋙ candanāvatī
candanā-vatī f. N. of a river (?), JaimBhār. lxxi
⋙ candanodaka
candanôdaka n. = ○na-rasa Kāvyâd. ii, 40
-dundubhi m. N. of Bhava VP. iv, 14, 4 VāyuP.
≫ candanaka
candanaka m. N. of a man Mṛicch. vi
≫ candanāya
candanāya Nom. ○yate, to become a sandal-tree Cāṇ. Subh.
≫ candanin
candanin mfn. anointed with sandal (Śiva) MBh. xiii, 1249
≫ candanīyā
candanīyā f. a kind of yellow pigment L.
≫ candaladevī
candala-devī f. N. of the princess Candralekhā Vcar. xi, 68
≫ candalā
candalā f. N. of a woman (cf. ○dralā) Rājat. vii, 1122
≫ candira
candira m. (fr. ○ndrá) the moon Bhām. ii, 126
• an elephant L.
• = ○dra-ja Gal.
≫ candila
candila m. a barber L.
≫ candra
candrá mf(ā)n. (fr. ścandrá, q.v.) glittering, shining (as gold), having the brilliancy or hue of light (said of gods, of water [RV. x, 121, 9 TS. vi] and of Soma) RV. VS. TS. vi TBr. i
• m. the moon (also personified as a deity Mn. &c.) VS. ŚBr. &c. (ifc. f. ā MBh. ix R. &c.)
• ifc. 'the moon of', i.e. the most excellent among (e.g. pārthiva- [g. vyāghrâdi Kāś.] or narêndra- [Ratnâv. i, 4]', a most excellent king')
• the number 'one' Sūryas.
• a lovely or agreeable phenomenon of any kind L.
• a spot similar to the moon BhP. iv, 15, 17
• the eye in a peacock's tail L.
• the mark of the Visarga, Tantr
• a kind of reddish pearl L.
• camphor AgP. xxxv, 15
• water L.
• the Kāmpilla plant L.
• a metre of 4 x 19 syllables
• N. of a Daitya (= -varman, king of the Kāmbojas) MBh. i, 2667
• of a son of Kṛishṇa BhP. x, 61, 13
• of a son of Viśva-gandhi and father of Yuvanâśva, ix, 6, 20
• of a grammarian (= -gomin) Rājat. i, 176
• of a king Pañcat. v, 9, 2 and 10, 0/1
• of one of the ancestors of the Gauḍa Brāhmans
• of several other men Rājat. vi f
• one of the 18 minor Dvipas L.
• = -parvata R. vi, 26, 6
• n. (cf. Naigh. i, 2
• also m. L.) gold RV. ii, 2, 4 AV. xii, 2, 53 VS. iv, xix ŚBr. TāṇḍyaBr. vi, 6 KātySr.
• n. a kind of sour rice-gruel L.
• N. of a Sāman KātyŚr. xxvi Lāṭy.
• (ā), f. a hall covered only at the top, awning, canopy L.
• cardamoms L.
• Cocculus cordifolius (guḍūcī)
• = ○drâspadā L.
• N. of a river VP. ii, 4, 28
• (ī), f. Serratula anthelminthica L. (cf. ardha-.)
⋙ candrakamalākara
○kamalâkara m. N. of wk
⋙ candrakalā
○kalā f. a digit or 1/16 of the moon's disc (each digit is personified as a female divinity, Tantr.), the crescent on the day before or after the new moon Kathās. i, 39
• the mark of a finger-nail resembling the crescent before or after new moon
• the fish Pimelodus Vacha L.
• a kind of drum L.
• (in music) a kind of measure
• N. of a drama Sāh. iii, 96/97
-tantra n. N. of wk
⋙ candrakavi
○kavi m. N. of a poet ŚārṅgP.
⋙ candrakāṭuki
○kāṭuki m. N. of a man Pravar. iii, 3
⋙ candrakānta
○kānta mfn. lovely as the moon, Śrut
• m. 'moon-loved', the moon-stone (a gem supposed to be formed from the congelation of the moon's rays and to dissolve under the influence of its light) Suśr. Megh. Bhartṛ. &c
• m. n. the white eatable water-lily (blossoming during night) L.
• n. sandalwood L.
• (ā), f. the wife of the moon W.
• night L.
• N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.
• (ā, am), fn. N. of a town R. vii, 102, 6 and 9
-maṇi-maya mfn. made of the gem Candra-kānta Siṃhâs. -maya mfn. id. Kād. v, 796 ; vi, 271
-ratna-maya mfn. id. Siṃhâs.
⋙ candrakānti
○kānti f. the brilliancy or lustre of the moon, moonlight W.
• N. of the moon's disc on the ninth day BrahmaP.
• m. N. of a hero of Kālikā Virac. xxx
⋙ candrakāntīya
○"ṣkāntīya Nom. ○yati, to resemble the moon-stone (candra-kānta) ŚārṅgP. cvii, 8
⋙ candrakālānala
○kālânala n. a kind of diagram
-cakra n. id
⋙ candrakirti
○kirti m. N. of a prince of Ujjayinī Bhadrab.
• of a Sūri of the Jainas
⋙ candrakuṇḍa
○kuṇḍa m. N. of a pond in Kāma-rūpa KālP.
⋙ candrakumāraśikhara
○kumāra-śikhara n. N. of a place Rasik. xi, 23
⋙ candrakula
○kula n. N. of a town Śukas.
⋙ candrakulyā
○kulyā f. N. of a river in Kaśmir Rājat. i, 320
⋙ candrakūṭa
○kūṭa m. N. of a mountain in Kāma-rūpa KālP.
⋙ candraketu
○ketu m. N. of a son of Lakshmaṇa R. vii, 102, 2 Ragh. xv, 90
• of several other men MBh. vii, 1899 VP.
• of a Vidyādhara Kathās. cxv, 24
• of a prince of Cakora (slain by an emissary of king Śūdraka) Hcar. vi
• of a prince (emissary of king Śūdrika) Vīrac. xviii, 41 f. [Page 387, Column 1] Contents of this page
• of a hero of Kālikā, xxx
⋙ candrakeśa
○keśa m. N. of a hero of Kālikā, xxx
⋙ candrakesarin
○kesarin m. id. ib.
⋙ candrakośa
○kośa m. N. of a lexicon, Prauḍh
⋙ candrakrīḍa
○krīḍa m. (in music) a kind of measure
⋙ candrakṣaya
○kṣaya m. 'waning of the moon', new moon Mn. iii, 122
⋙ candrakṣānta
○kṣānta m. N. of a man
⋙ candragarbha
○garbha m. N. of a Buddh. Sūtra
⋙ candragiri
○giri m. = -parvata
• N. of a prince LiṅgaP. i, 66, 41 MatsyaP. xii, 53 KūrmaP. i, 21, 59
⋙ candragupta
○gupta m. 'moon-protected', N. of a renowned king (? or ? reigning at Pāṭali-putra about 315 B.C. as the founder of a new dynasty
• installed by the Brāhman Cāṇakya after causing the death of Nanda) Inscr. Pāṇ. 1-1, 68 Vārtt. 7 Pat. BhP. xii, 1, 12 Kathās. Mudr.
• N. of two kings of the Gupta dynasty
• for citra-g○, q.v
⋙ candraguptaka
○guptaka m. the king Candra-gupta (of Pāṭali-putra) ŚārṅgP. lxxv, 72
⋙ candragupti
○gupti m. N. of a prince of Avanti Bhadrab. ii, 7 ; iii, 96
⋙ candragūtīgiri
○gūtī-giri m. N. of a locality Rasik. xi, 37
⋙ candragomin
○gomin m. N. of a grammarian (also called Candra) Gaṇar. 2
⋙ candragolastha
○gola-stha m. pl. 'dwelling in the lunar sphere', the manes L.
⋙ candragolikā
○golikā f. moonlight L.
⋙ candragraha
○graha m. an eclipse of the moon Hcat.
⋙ candragrahaṇa
○grahaṇa n. id
○ṇôdāharaṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ candracañcala
○cañcala m
⋙ candracañcalā
○cañcaḍlā f. the fish Candraka L.
⋙ candracitra
○citra m. pl. N. of a people R. (B) iv, 42, 6
⋙ candracūḍa
○cūḍa m. = -mukuṭa Bhartṛ. Bālar. ix, 47/48 Kathās.
• a form of Bhairava, Brahmav P. ii, 61, 83
• N. of a hero of Kālikā Vīrac. xxx
• of an author (son of Śri-bhaṭṭa-Purushôttama)
• of a prince, xv
○ḍâṣṭáka n. N. of a hymn
⋙ candracūḍāmaṇi
○cūḍāmaṇi m. N. of wk. Tantras. ii
⋙ candraja
○ja m. 'moonborn', the planet Mercury VarBṛS.
-siṃha m. N. of a man
⋙ candrajanaka
○janaka m. 'moon-progenitor', the sea Gal.
⋙ candrajñāna
○jñāna n. N. of wk. Ānand. 31 Sch.
-tantra n. id. ib.
⋙ candrataram
○taram ind. (compar.) more lovely Kāṭh. xxx, 1
⋙ candratāpana
○tāpana m. N. of a Dānava Hariv. 12698 (v. l. indra-t○) and 12939
⋙ candratāraka
○tāraká n. sg. the moon and the stars ŚBr. xiv, 6, 7, 13
⋙ candratāla
○tāla m. (in music) a kind of measure
⋙ candratva
○tva n. the condition of the moon Kāvyâd. ii, 91
⋙ candradakṣiṇa
○dakṣiṇa (○drá-), mfn. offering anything bright or gold in sacrifice VS. vii, 45
⋙ candradatta
○datta m. 'moongiven', N. of an author
⋙ candradāra
○dāra m. pl. 'moonwives', the 27 lunar mansions L.
⋙ candradīpikā
○dīpikā f. N. of an astrological work VarBṛ. vi, 6 Sch.
⋙ candradūta
○dūta m. 'moon-messenger', N. of a poem
⋙ candradeva
○deva m. N. of a warrior MBh. viii, 1078 and 1086
• of a Brāhman (of Kāśyapa's family) Rājat. i, 182 ff
• of a poet ŚārṅgP.
⋙ candradyuti
○dyuti m. 'moon-bright', sandalwood Bhpr.
⋙ candradvīpa
○dvīpa m. N. of a Dvipa Romakas.
⋙ candradhvajaketu
○dhvaja-ketu m. N. of a Samādhi Buddh. L.
⋙ candranābha
○nābha m. 'moon-navelled', N. of a Dānava Hariv. 16254
⋙ candranibha
○nibha mfn. 'moon-like', bright, handsome W.
⋙ candranirṇij
○nirṇij (○drá-), having a brilliant garment RV. x, 106, 8
⋙ candrapañcāṅga
○pañcâṅga n. the lunisolar calendar
⋙ candrapati
○pati m. N. of a man
⋙ candraparvata
○parvata m. 'moon-mountain', N. of a mountain R. vi, 2, 37
⋙ candrapāda
○pāda m. a moon-beam Megh. 71
⋙ candrapāla
○pāla m. N. of a hero of Kālikā Virac. xxx
⋙ candraputra
○putra m. = -ja VarBṛS.
⋙ candrapura
○pura n. 'moon-town', N. of a town Kathās. cxvii, cxxiii (cf. cāndr○.)
⋙ candrapuṣpā
○puṣpā f. a kind of Solanum Bhpr.
⋙ candrapṛṣṭha
○pṛṣṭha m. N. of a man Vīrac.
⋙ candraprakāśa
○prakāśa m. N. of wk
⋙ candraprajñapti
○prajñapti f. N. of the 6th Upâṅga of the Jainas
⋙ candraprabha
○prabha m. N. of an Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī Jain.
• of a Yaksha Divyâv.
• of a king ib.
• of several other persons, Hariv Kathās. &c
• (ā), f. moonlight W.
• Serratula anthelminthica L.
• a compound of various drugs (used in jaundice, piles, &c.) Bhpr.
• N. of several women Divyâv. xxxvii Kathās. xvii, 65
-svāmi-caritra n. 'Candra-prabha's life', N. of a Jain work
⋙ candraprabhāva
○prabhāva mfn. splendid as the moon W.
⋙ candraprabhāsatīrtha
○prabhāsa-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha RevāKh.
⋙ candraprabhāsvararāja
○prabhāsvara-rāja m. N. of several Buddhas
⋙ candrapramardana
○pramardana n. 'moon-enemy', N. of a brother of Rāhu MBh. i, 2539
⋙ candrapramāṇa
○pramāṇa mfn. 'moonmeasured', lunar Lāṭy. x, 16, 13
⋙ candraprāsāda
○prāsāda m. an apartment on the housetop Kathās. lxxxv, cxiv
⋙ candrapriya
○priya m. N. of a prince
⋙ candrabālā
○bālā f. large cardamoms L.
⋙ candrabāhu
○bāhu m. N. of an Asura Hariv. (v. l.)
• of a hero of Kālikā Virac. xxx
⋙ candrabindu
○bindu m. 'moon-like spot', the sign for the nasal ?
• = candrakita Bhpr.
⋙ candrabimba
○bimba n. the moon-disc Kāvyâd. ii, 39 and 41
-prabhā f. N. of a Gandharva virgin Kāraṇḍ. i, 70
-maya mfn. consisting of moon-discs Kād.
⋙ candrabudhna
○budhna (○drá-), mfn. having a bright standing-ground RV. i, 52, 3
⋙ candrabha
○bha m. N. of an attendant of Skanda MBh. ix, 2577
• (ā)
• f. = -puṣpā Bhpr. v, 3, 40. [Page 387, Column 2]
⋙ candrabhāga
○bhāga m. 'N. of a man', cāndrabhāgi
• of a mountain KālP.
• (ā), f. (g. bahv-ādi) the river Chenab (in the Pañjāb) MBh. BhP. v, 19, 18 Rājat. Hit. (cf. cāndr○)
• (i), f. id., g. bahv-ādi (cf. Gaṇar. 52 Sch.)
○gasarit f. id. VarBṛS. xvi, 27
⋙ candrabhānu
○bhānu m. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa BhP. x, 61, 10
⋙ candrabhāsa
○bhāsa m. (= -hāsa) 'moon-brilliant', a sword L.
• N. of a hero of Kālikā Virac. xxx
⋙ candrabhūti
○bhūti n. silver L.
⋙ candramaṇi
○maṇi m. the moon-gem (Candra-kānta) L.
⋙ candramaṇḍala
○maṇḍala n. = -bimba R. Suśr. VarBṛS.
• a halo round the moon W.
⋙ candramata
○mata n. the doctrine of the moon(-worshippers) Śaṃkar. xliv
⋙ candramanas
○manas m. one of the ten horses of the moon L.
⋙ candramaya
○maya mf(ī)n. representing the moon Kād. v, 866 Hcar. iv
⋙ candramas
○mas (○drá-), m. (mas = mā́s
• g. dāsī-bhārâdi) the moon, deity of the moon (considered as a Dānava MBh. i, 2534 Hariv. 190
• named among the 8 Vasus MBh. i, 2583) RV. i ; viii, 82, 8
• x VS. AV. &c
• N. of a hero of Kālikā Virac. xxx
⋙ candramasa
○"ṣmasa See ava-
• (ā), f. N. of a river BhP. (B) iv, 28, 35 (cf. -vaśā.)
⋙ candramaha
○maha m. a dog L.
⋙ candramā
○mā f. N. of a river MBh. vi, 337 (cf. -masā.)
⋙ candramārga
○mārga m. 'moon-path', the atmosphere Gal.
⋙ candramālā
○mālā f. the metre also called candra (q.v.)
• v. l. for indu-m○
⋙ candramāsa
○māsa m. a lunar month Jyot. (YV) 31 Sch.
⋙ candramukuṭa
○mukuṭa m. 'moon-crested', Śiva Prasannar. vii, 92
⋙ candramukha
○mukha m. 'moon-faced', N. of a man Rājat. vii, 111
• (ī), f. = -vadanā W.
• a particular blood-vessel in the vulva Bhpr.
• a metre of 4x10 syllables
• N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.
-varman m. N. of a prince Hcar.
⋙ candramauli
○mauli mfn. moon-crested (a Daitya) R. vii
• m. = -mukuṭa Ragh. Kum. BhP. Kathās.
• N. of a man Siṃhâs. ix, 4/5
• f. a particular blood-vessel in the vulva Bhpr.
⋙ candramaulin
○maulin m. = -mukuṭa Hcat.
⋙ candrayoga
○yoga m. a conjunction of the moon with any asterism
⋙ candraratna
○ratna n. a pearl Gal.
⋙ candraratha
○ratha (○drá-), mfn. having a brilliant carriage RV.
⋙ candrarāja
○rāja m. N. of a minister of king Harsha Rājat. vii, 1376 ; 1382 ; 1512 ff
• of a man Siṃhâs.
⋙ candrarekhā
○rekhā f. a digit of the moon R. v, 20, 3
• Serratula anthelminthica L.
• N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.
⋙ candrareṇu
○reṇu m. 'having only the dust of the moon', a plagiarist L.
⋙ candrartu
○rtu (-ṛtu), m. a lunar season Sūryapr.
⋙ candralalāṭa
○lalāṭa mfn. moon-crested (Śiva) Gaut. xxvi, 12
⋙ candralalāma
○lalāma m. = -mukuṭa BhP. xii, 10, 25
⋙ candralekha
○lekha m. N. of a Rakshas R. vi, 84, 12
• (ā), f. = -rekhā, a digit of the moon Nal. R. BhP.
• Serratula anthelminthica L.
• a metre of 4 x 13 syllables
• another of 4 x 15 syllables
• N. of a daughter of the Nāga Su-śravas Rājat. i, 218
• of Kshema-gupta's wife, vi, 179
• of a princess (whose teacher was Bilhaṇa
• also called Śaśi-kalā) Vcar. viii, 4 Caurap. Sch.
• of two other women Kathās. cxiii f
⋙ candraloka
○loká m. pl. the worlds or spheres of the moon ŚBr. xiv (cf. candrâdi-l○.)
⋙ candralocana
○locana m. 'moon-eyed', N. of Dānava Hariv. 14285
⋙ candralohaka
○lohaka n. silver L.
⋙ candralauha
⋙ candralauhaka
○lauḍhaka n. id. L.
⋙ candravaṃśa
○vaṃśa m. the lunar race of kings (2nd great line of royal dynasties, the progenitor of which was Soma the Moon, child of the Ṛishi Atri and father of Budha [Mercury, cf. candra-ja]
• the latter married Iḷā, daughter of the solar king Ikshvāku, and had by her a son, Aila or Purūravas
• this last had a son by Urvaśī, named Āyus, from whom came Nahusha, father of Yayāti
• the latter had two sons, Puru and Yadu, from whom proceeded the two branches of the lunar line
• in that of Yadu was born Kṛishṇa and Bala-rāma
• in that of Puru came Dushyanta, hero of the Śakuntalā and father of the great Bharata ; 9th from Bharata came Kuru, and 14th from him Śāntanu, who had a son Vicitra-viirya and a step-son Vyāsa
• the latter married the two widows of his half-brother, and had by them Dhṛitarāshṭra and Pāṇḍu, the wars of whose sons form the subject of the MBh.) (cf. sūrya-v○.)
⋙ candravaṃśin
○"ṣvaṃśin m. one of the lunar dynasty W.
⋙ candravaktrā
○vaktrā f. N. of a town
⋙ candravat
○vat (○drá-), mfn. illuminated by the moon Ghaṭ. 2 Kathās.
• abounding in gold RV. iii, 30, 20 ; v, 57, 7 TBr. ii
• (), f. N. of a daughter of Su-nābha and wife of Gada Hariv. 8762 and 8779
• of a princess BhavP. Pañcat. ii, 4, 1/2
• of the wife of a potter Rājat. i, 323
• of several other women Kathās.
• of a town Śukas. (cf. ○drA-v○)
⋙ candravatsa
○vatsa m. pl., N. of a people MBh. v, 2732
⋙ candravadanā
○vadanā f. a moon-faced woman Dhūrtan.
⋙ candravandya
○vandya m. N. of a man
⋙ candravapus
○vapus mfn. 'moon-formed', handsome, Ratnâv. i, 4
⋙ candravaralocana
○vara-locana m. N. of a Samādhi Kāraṇḍ. xvii, 12 ; xxiii, 145
⋙ candravarṇa
○varṇa (○drá-), mfn. of brilliant colour RV. i, 165, 12
⋙ candravartman
○vartman n. 'having a path resembling that of the moon (because of not having any caesura)', a metre of 4x 12 syllables. [Page 387, Column 3]
⋙ candravarman
○varman m. N. of a Kāmboja king MBh. i, 2668 ; vii, 1437
• of a prince conquered by Samudra-gupta Inscr.
⋙ candravallarī
○vallarī f. Ruta graveolens or a kind of pot-herb L.
⋙ candravallī
○vallī f. id. L.
• Paederia foetida L.
• Gaertnera racemosa (?, mādhavii) L.
⋙ candravaśā
○vaśā f. N. of a river BhP. v, 19, 18 (v. l. -vasā)
⋙ candravasā
○vasā f. id., iv, 28, 35 (cf. -masā.)
⋙ candravāhana
○vāhana m. N. of a prince of Pratishṭhāna, Vīrac. ii
⋙ candravikrama
○vikrama m. N. of a hero of Kālikā, xxx
⋙ candravijña
○vijña m. N. of a prince BhP. xii, 1, 25
⋙ candravimala
○vimala m. 'pure as the moon', N. of a Samādhi Buddh.
-sūrya-prabhāsa-śrī m. 'whose beauty is spotless like the moon and brilliant as the sun', N. of a Buddha
⋙ candravihaṃgama
○vihaṃgama m. 'moonbird', the crane Ardea nivea L.
⋙ candravrata
○vrata n. [=cAndrâyaNa-v○]
⋙ candraśarman
○śarman m. N. of a Brāhman
⋙ candraśālā
○śālā f. = -prāsāda Ragh. VarBṛS. lvi (ifc. f. ā), moon-light L.
⋙ candraśālikā
○śālikā f. = -prāsāda L.
⋙ candraśilā
○śilā f. the moon-stone (Candra-kānta) Bhaṭṭ. xi, 15
• v. l. for -śītā
⋙ candraśītā
○śītā f. N. of one of the mothers attending on Skanda MBh. ix, 46, 11 (-śilā, C)
⋙ candraśukla
○śukla m. one of the 8 Upa-dvipas (in Jambu-dvipa) BhP. v, 19, 30
⋙ candraśubhra
○śubhra mf(ā)n. illuminated by the moon Kathās. lxx, 26
⋙ candraśūra
○śūra m. Lepidium sativum Bhpr.
• n. the seed of that plant ib.
⋙ candraśekhara
○śekhara m. = -mukuṭa Hariv. 14838 Kum. v, 58
• N. of a minister (father of the author of Sāh.)
• of the author of a Comm. on Śak.
• of the author of the play Madhurā-niruddha
• of a prince Kathās. cxxiii, 114
• of a mountain (cf. -parvata) W.
-campū-prabandha m. N. of wk
⋙ candraśrī
○śrī m. N. of a prince VP.
• f. N. of a woman Kathās. lviii, 58
⋙ candrasaciva
○saciva m. 'moon-friend', the god of love Gal.
⋙ candrasaṃjña
○saṃjña m. 'having any N. of the moon', camphor L.
⋙ candrasambhava
○sambhava m. = -ja W.
• (ā), f. small cardamoms L.
⋙ candrasaras
○saras n. 'moon-lake', N. of a mythical lake Pañcat. iii, 1, 0/1 Kathās. cxii, 29
⋙ candrasāman
○sāman n. N. of a Sāman Vishṇ.
⋙ candrasāra
○sāra m. N. of a man Kathās. lxvii, 37
⋙ candrasālokya
○sālokya n. attainment of the lunar heaven Mn. iv, 231
⋙ candrasāhi
○sāhi m. N. of a prince Inscr.
⋙ candrasiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of a king (son of Darpa-nārāyaṇa)
• of a hero of Kālikā Vīrac. xxx
⋙ candrasuta
○suta m. = -ja VarBṛS. Laghuj. VarYogay.
⋙ candrasurasa
○surasa m. Vitex Negundo L.
⋙ candrasūkta
○sū7kta n. N. of two Sāmans Vishṇ.
⋙ candrasūtra
○sūtra n. pl. the (grammatical) Sūtras of Candra
⋙ candrasūri
○sūri m. N. of Sūri of the Jainas
⋙ candrasūrya
○sūrya m. du. moon and sun W.
-jihmī-karaṇa-prabha m. 'whose splendour obscures moon and sun', N. of a Buddha Lalit. xx, 34f
-pradīpa m. 'illuminating moon and sun', N. of a Buddha
○ryâkṣa mfn. having moon and sun as his eyes (Vishṇu) Hariv. 14189
⋙ candrasena
○sena m. N. of a prince (son of Samudra-sena) MBh. if., vii
• = -vāhana Virac. ii
• N. of a hero of Kālikā, xxx
⋙ candrasoma
○soma m. N. of a hero of Kālikā ib.
⋙ candrasthalanagara
○sthalanagara n. N. of a town Campak.
⋙ candrasvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of several men Kathās.
⋙ candrahan
○han m. 'moon-slayer', N. of a Dānava Hariv. 2289 and 12939
⋙ candrahanu
○hanu m. N. of a Dānava, 12939
⋙ candrahantṛ
○hantṛ m. (= han) N. of a Dānava MBh. i, 2673 Hariv.
⋙ candrahāsa
○hāsa m. (= -bhāsa), 'moon-derider', a glittering scimitar Sāh. vi, 27/28
• Rāvaṇa's sword R. vii, 16, 43
• N. of a prince, JaimBhār. lxv-lxxv
• of a hero of Kālikā Virac. xxx
• n. silver L.
• (ā), f. = -puṣpā Bhpr.
• Cocculus cordifolius L.
• N. of a Yoginī Hcat.
-tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha RevāKh.
⋙ candrāṃśu
candrâṃśu m. = ○dra-pāda Kāvyâd. ii, 40
⋙ candrākara
candrâkara m. N. of a man Rājat. vii, 5
⋙ candrākṛti
candrâkṛti mfn. moon-shaped, like the moon (in roundness &c.) W.
⋙ candrāgra
candrấgra mf(ā)n. brilliant-peaked RV. v, 41, 14
• brilliant-surfaced (a liquid), vi, 49, 8
⋙ candrāṅgada
candrâṅgada m. N. of a son of king Indra-sena BrahmôttKh. xvii ff. (vḷ. citrâṅg○)
⋙ candrācārya
candrâcārya m. N. of a Jain teacher
⋙ candrātapa
candrâtapa m. moon-light Daś.
• an open hall, awning L.
⋙ candrātmaja
candrâtmaja m. = ○dra-ja VarBṛS. VarYogay.
⋙ candrātreya
candrâtreya m. pl. N. of a family Pravar. iii, 3
⋙ candrāditya
candrâditya m. N. of a prince Kathās. lxxiv, 215
⋙ candrādiloka
candrâdi-loka m. = ○dra-loká. KapS. vi, 56
⋙ candrānana
candrânana m. 'moon-faced', Skanda MBh. iii. 14632
• N. of a Jina
• of a hero of Kālikā Vīrac. xxx
⋙ candrāpīḍa
candrâpīḍa m. = ○dra-mukuṭa Bālar. x, 28
• N. of a son of Janamejaya Hariv. 11065 f
• of a king of Kaśmir (brother of Tārâpiḍa) Rājat. iv, 45 ; v, 277
• of a prince of Kānyakubja Kathās. lxi, 219
• of a hero of Kālikā Virac. xxx
⋙ candrāpura
candrā-pura n. N. of a town L.
⋙ candrābhavaktra
candrâbhavaktra mfn. moon-faced W.
⋙ candrābhāsa
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⋙ candrāmṛtarasa
candrâmṛta-rasa m. 'essence of the moon's nectar', a particular medicine
⋙ candrāri
candrâri m. 'moon-enemy', Rāhu Gal.
⋙ candrārka
candrârka m. du. = ○dra-sūrya W., (ī), f. N. of an astron. work by Dina-kara
-dīpa m. = candrasūrya-pradīpa
⋙ candrārdha
candrârdha m. a half-moon Hariv. R. Suśr.
-kṛta-śekhara mfn. one who has adorned his forehead with a crescent mark Vet. i, 25
-cūḍāmaṇi m. = candra-mukuṭa Bhartṛ. iii, 65 Hit.
-mauli m. id. Prab. i, 2 Caṇḍ. ii, 21
⋙ candrāloka
candrâloka m. N. of wk. on rhetoric by Jaya-deva
⋙ candrāvataṃsaka
candrâvataṃsaka m. N. of a man HYog. iii, 82
⋙ candrāvatī
candrā-vatī f. N. of a place of pilgrimage
• of the wife of king Dharma-sena Vet. xxv
⋙ candrāvartā
candrâvartā f. a metre of 4 x 15 syllables
⋙ candrāvalī
candrâvalī f. N. of a Yogini Hcat. ii, 1, 725
• of one of Kṛishṇa's female companions
⋙ candrāvaloka
candrâvaloka m. N. of a prince
⋙ candrāśma
candrâśma [L.],
⋙ candrāśman
candrâḍśman [Dharmaśarm. i, 8], m. the moon-stone (Candra-kānta)
⋙ candrāśva
candrâśva m. N. of a son of Dhundhu-māra Hariv. 706
⋙ candrāspadā
candrâspadā f. oakapples on Rhus L.
⋙ candrāhvaya
candrâhvaya m. = ○dra-saṃjña L.
⋙ candreśaliṅga
candrêśa-liṅga n. N. of a Liṅga SkandaP.
⋙ candreśvaratīrtha
candrêśvara-tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha RevāKh. cxx
⋙ candreṣṭā
candrêṣṭā f. 'moon-loved', a night lotus L.
⋙ candrottarya
candrôttarya m. N. of a Samādhi Kāraṇḍ. xvii, 19
⋙ candrodaya
candrôdaya m. moon-rise Suśr. Kum. iii, 67
• (= ○drâtapa) an open hall L.
• N. of a mercurial preparation
• N. of a Pāṇḍava warrior MBh. vii, 7012
• (ā), f. a medicine for the eyes
-makara-dhvaja m. N. of a medicinal preparation
-varṇana n. description of moon-rise ŚārṅgP.
⋙ candronmīlana
candrônmīlana n. N. of wk
⋙ candroparāga
candrôparāga m. eclipse of the moon MatsyaP.
⋙ candropala
candrôpala m. the moon-stone (Candra-kānta) Prasannar. vii, 53 Siṃhâs.
≫ candraka
candraka m. the moon Mālav. v, 7 (ifc. f. ikā)
• a circle or ring shaped like the moon Śiś. v, 40
• a spot similar to the moon R. v, 42, 3 and 5 Suśr. (ifc. f. ikā) Rājat. iii, 382 (?)
• the eye in a peacock's tail Gīt. ii, 3 Rājat. i, 260
• a finger-nail L.
• N. of a fish (vḷ. ○daka L.) Suśr. i, 46, 2, 62
• N. of a poet Kshem. Rājat. ii, 16
• of an owl MBh. xii, 4944
• n. black pepper L.
• (ikā), f. moonlight Megh. Ragh. Bhartṛ. &c
• ifc. splendour Vcar. v, 37
• ifc. illumination, elucidation (of a work or subject, e. g. alaṃkāra-, kātantra-, &c.)
• N. of a Comm. on Kāvyâd.
• 'moonshine', baldness Gal.
• the Chanda fish L.
• cardamoms L.
• = candraśūra Bhpr.
• Gynandropsis pentaphylla L.
• Jasminum Zambac L.
• Trigonella foenum graecum
• a kind of white-blossoming Kaṇṭakāri L.
• the Utpalini metre
• (in music) a kind of measure
• N. of Dākshāyaṇi MatsyaP. xiii
• of a woman Mālav. iv, 6/7
• of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.
• of the Candra-bhāgā river L.
⋙ candrakavat
○vat m. 'having eyes in the tail', -a peacock W.
≫ candrakita
candrakita mfn. (g. tārakâdi) furnished with brilliant moon-like spots Kād. iii. 160 (ifc.)
≫ candrakin
candrakin m. = ○ka-vat Śiś. iii Dhanaṃj. 55
≫ candraṭa
candraṭa m. N. of an ancient physician Suśr. Introd. (not in ed.)
≫ candramas
candrá-mas See s.v. candrá
≫ candralā
candralā f. N. of a woman Rājat. viii, 3421
⋙ candrāya
candrāya Nom. ○yati, ○yate, to represent or resemble the moon R. vii, 31, 28 Sāh. x, 26a/b
• (pf. Pass. p. ○yita n. impers.) Prasannar. vii, 40/41
≫ candrikā
candrikā f. of ○draka, q.v
⋙ candrikātulya
○tulya m. 'resembling moonlight', the Chanda fish (candraka) Gal.
⋙ candrikādrāva
○drāva m. 'melting in moonlight', the moon stone (Candra-kānta) L.
⋙ candrikāpāyin
○pāyin m. 'moonlight drinker', the Cakora bird L.
⋙ candrikāmbuja
○"ṣmbuja (○kâm○), n. 'moonshine-lotus', a lotus blossoming during night L.
⋙ candrikāśana
○"ṣśana (○kâś○), m. = ○kā-pāyin Gal.
≫ candrikāya
candrikāya Ā. to represent the moonlight
≫ candrin
candrín mfn. golden VS. xxi, 31
• possessing gold, xx, 37
• m. = ○dra-ja VarBṛS. ciii, 12 (v. l.)
≫ candrimā
candrimā f. (fr. candrá-mas
• cf. pūrṇimā) moonlight L. Sch.
≫ candrila
candrila m. a barber L.
• Śiva L.
• Chenopodium album L.
candhana See cāndhanāyana
cap cl. 1. ○pati, to caress, soothe, console Dhātup. xi, 5: cl. 10. capayati', to pound, knead', or 'to cheat', xxxii, 82
capa ? See cāpa
capaṭa for ○peṭa L. Sch. [Page 388, Column 2]
capala mf(ā)n. (√kamp
• g. śauṇḍâdi, śreṇy-ādi and vispaṣṭâdi) moving to and fro, shaking, trembling, unsteady, wavering MBh. &c
• wanton, fickle, inconstant ib.
• inconsiderate, thoughtless, ill-mannered Mn. iv, 177 MBh. xiv, 1251
• quick, swift, expeditious Hariv. 4104
• momentary, instantaneous Subh.
• m. a kind of mouse Suśr. v, 6, 3 Ashṭâṅg. vi, 38, 1
• a fish L.
• the wind Gal.
• quicksilver L.
• black mustard L.
• a kind of perfume (coraka) L.
• a kind of stone L.
• N. of a demon causing diseases Hariv. 9562
• of a prince MBh. i, 231
• n. a kind of metal (mentioned with quicksilver)
• (am), ind. quickly Daś. vii, 420 f
• (ā), f. lightning Gīt. vii, 23
• long pepper L.
• the tongue L.
• (g. priyâdi) a disloyal wife, whore L.
• spirituous liquor (esp. that made from hemp) L.
• the goddess Lakshmi or fortune (cf. MBh. xiii, 3861) L.
• N. of two metres (cf. mahā-)
• (in music) the 5th note personified
⋙ capalagaṇa
○gaṇa m. a troop of ill-mannered boys, Ratnâv. i, 3
⋙ capalatā
○tā f. trembling W.
• fickleness, inconstancy Sāh. Hit.
• rudeness W.
○tâśaya m. indigestion, flatulence L.
⋙ capalākṣa
capalâkṣa mf(ī)n. one whose eyes move to and fro Vcar. ix, 128
• (cf. Caurap.)
⋙ capalāṅga
capalâṅga m. 'swift-bodied', the gangetic Delphinus L.
⋙ capalājana
capalā-jana m. 'a fickle or unsteady woman', and 'the goddess of fortune' Śiś. ix, 16
⋙ capalātmaka
capalâtmaka mfn. of a fickle nature W.
≫ capalaka
capalaka mfn. fickle, inconsiderate Hariv. 4546
≫ capalaya
capalaya Nom. ○yati, to cause any one to act inconsiderately Kull. on Mn. iii, 191 and 250
≫ capalāya
capalāya Nom. ○yate (g. bhṛśâdi), to move to and fro, jump to and fro (as apes) Hcar. ii, 470
capeṭa m. a slap with the open hand Divyâv. xiii, 125 Kathās. lxvi, 139 Gīt. i, 43 Sch.
• (ā), f. id. Pāṇ. 1-1, 1 Vārtt. 13 Pat.
• (ī), f. id. Bālar. ix, 20
• the 6th day in the bright half of month Bhādrapada SkandaP.
≫ capeṭā
capeṭā f. of ○ṭa
⋙ capeṭāghāta
○ghāta m. a slap with the open hand L.
⋙ capeṭāpātana
○pātana n. 'id.', in comp. ○nâtithi mfn. blown with the open hand Kpr. vii, 3/4
≫ capeṭikā
capeṭikā f. = ○ṭa L.
cappaṭṭaka m. N. of a Rishi, g. kurv-ādi (cf. Gaṇar.)
cápya n. a kind of sacrificial vessel VS. xix, 88 ŚBr. xii, 7, 2, 13 and 9, 1, 3
caphaṭṭaka (onomat. Gaṇar. 173 Sch.), m. N. of a king, g. kurv-ādi (cf. Gaṇar. and Hemac.)
• See cāphaṭṭaki
cam cl. 1. ○mati (perf. cacāma aor. acamīt Vop.
• Pass. acami ib.), to sip, drink Nir. x, 12 Bhaṭṭ. Jaim. iii, 5, 22 Sch.
• to eat Bhaṭṭ. xiv, 53: Ved. cl. 5. camnoti Dhātup. xxvii, 27: Caus. cāmayati, xix, 69 (cf. ā, anv-ā-
paryā-cānta, sam-ā-camya.)
≫ camana
camana n. sipping Jaim. iii, 5, 22 Sch.
cama m. pl. = camaka-sūkta Pāṇ. 5-2, 4 Vārtt. 2 Pat.
⋙ camīkāra
camī-kāra m. reciting the Camaka-sûkta Kāṭh. xviii, 7
⋙ camīkṛ
camī-√kṛ to recite the Camaka-sûkta over anything TS. v, 7, 3, 3
≫ camakasūkta
camaka-sū7kta n. 'the hymn containing came', N. of VS. xviii, 1-27 Sāy. on ŚBr. x, 1, 5, 3
• cf. nam○
camaka m. N. of a man Rājat. vii, 289
⋙ camakasūkta
○sū7kta See cama
camat ind. 'an interjection of surprise', only in comp
⋙ camatkaraṇa
○karaṇa n. astonishment Sāh. iii, 4 a/b
• producing wonder, causing surprise W.
• spectacle, festival W.
• high poetical composition W.
⋙ camatkāra
○kāra m. astonishment, surprise Kathās. xxii, 257 Prab. &c
• show, spectacle W.
• riot, festive turbulence W.
• high poetical composition W.
• Achyranthes aspera L.
-candrikā f. N. of a grammar
-cintāmaṇi m. N. of wk. Nirṇayas. i, 270 (= ii, 5, 24)
-nagara n. N. of a town (= vṛddha-n○) Gal.
-nṛtya n. a kind of dance
⋙ camatkārita
○kārita mfn. astonished Kathās. xxv, 225
⋙ camatkārin
○kārin mfn. astonishing Bijag. Sāh.
○ri-tā f. the producing of astonishment, iii, 252. root
⋙ camatkṛ
○kṛ to express astonishment Naish. vi, 13
• to produce astonishment Prasannar. vii, 53
⋙ camatkṛta
○kṛta mfn. = -kārita Siṃhâs. xiv ; xix, 1 Śatr. ii, 476
• become proud Bālar. iii, 30
⋙ camatkṛti
○kṛti f. astonishment, surprise
camara m. a kind of ox called the Yak (Bos grunniens) MBh. R. &c
• m. n. the bushy tail of the Yak (employed as chowrie or long brush for whisking off insects, flies, &c. [Page 388, Column 3]
• one of the insignia of royalty
• cf. cām○) MBh. ii, xii Bhartṛ. Kathās. lix, 42
• a particular high number Buddh.
• m. N. of a Daitya L.
• (ī), f. the Bos grunniens MBh. &c
• a compound pedicle L.
⋙ camarapuccha
○puccha n. a Yak's tail W.
• m. 'having a bushy tail', the Indian fox L.
⋙ camaravāla
○vāla m. 'having hair as fine as that of a Camara tail', N. of a prince Kathās. liv, 144 ff
⋙ camarākṛti
camarâkṛti m. 'resembling the Yak', a kind of animal (= sṛmara) Gal.
≫ camaraka
camaraka m. a bee Gal.
≫ camarika
camarika m. 'growing in clusters resembling a chowrie', Bauhinia variegata Bhpr. v, 3, 102
camasá m. (n., g. ardharcâdi
ī f. L. Sch.
• fr. √cam) a vessel used at sacrifices for drinking the Soma, kind of flat dish or cup or ladle (generally of a square shape, made of wood and furnished with a handle) RV. AV. VS. &c
• m. a cake (made of barley, rice, or lentils, ground to meal), sweetmeat, flour L. Sch.
• (g. gargâdi) N. of a son of Ṛishabha BhP. v, xi
• = camasôdbheda MBh. iii, 5053
• (ī), f. (g. gaurâdi Gaṇar.
• ifc. g. cūrṇâdi) a cake Bhpr.
⋙ camasādhvaryu
camasâdhvaryu m. the priest who manages the drinking-vessels AV. ix, 6, 51 TS. vi MaitrS. ŚBr. iii f. &c
⋙ camasodbheda
camasôdbheda m
⋙ camasodbhedana
camasôdbheḍdana n. N. of a place of pilgrimage (spot of bursting forth of the river Sarasvati) MBh. iii, ix
≫ camasi
camasi f. = ○sī, a kind of cake L.
≫ camasin
camasin mfn. entitled to receive a Camasa (filled with Soma) Jaim. iii, 5, 29 f. Nyāyam. iii, 5, 14
• m. N. of a man, g. 1. naḍâdi
camī-kāra &c. See cama
camu-pati See ○mU-p○
≫ camū
camū́ f. (Ved. loc. ○mū́ RV. six times
• once ○mví, x, 91, 15
• nom. du. ○mvā́, iii, 55, 20
• gen. loc. ○mvós
• nom. pl. ○mvás, viii, 2, 8
• loc. pl. ○mū́ṣu) a vessel or part (two or more in number) of the reservoir into which the Soma is poured RV.
• (○mvaú), f. du. 'the two great receptacles of all living beings', heaven and earth Naigh. iii, 30 (cf. RV. iii, 55, 20)
• sg. a coffin (?) ŚBr. xiii, 8, 2, 1 ŚāṅkhŚr. xiv, 22, 19
• an army or division of an army (129 elephants, as many cars, 2187 horse, and 3645 foot MBh. i, 292) MBh. R. Megh. BhP.
⋙ camūcara
○cara m. a warrior Prasannar. vii, 13,
⋙ camūnātha
○nātha m. leader of a division, general VarBṛS.
• (ifc.) BhP. iv
⋙ camūnāyaka
○nāyaka m. id. Vcar. x, 10
⋙ camūpa
○pa m. id. VarBṛS. Kathās. ci
⋙ camūpati
○pati m. id. MBh. iii vi R. &c
• (camu-p○ Uṇ. Sch.)
⋙ camūpāla
○pāla m. id. AV. Pariś
⋙ camūṣad
○ṣád mfn. lying on the Camū vessel RV. i, 14, 4 and 54, 9
• ix ; x, 43, 4
⋙ camūhara
○hara m. N. of one of the Viśve Devās MBh. xiii, 4360
camūru m. a kind of deer (cf. sam○) Śiś. i, 8 Caurap.
⋙ camūrudṛś
○dṛś f. an antelope-eyed woman Prasannar. i, 37 (cf. Sāh. iv, 3/4)
⋙ camūrunetrā
○netrā f. id. Prasannar. v, 42
camp (cf. √kamp, capala), cl. 10. ○payati, v. l. for √champ Dhātup. xxxii, 76
≫ campana
campana n. a jump (?) Pañcad. i, 71
campa m. Bauhinia variegata L.
• N. of the founder of Campā (son of Pṛithulâksha or of Harita) Hariv. 1699 BhP. ix, 8, 1
• (ā), f. N. of a town in Aṅga (the modern Bhāgalpur or a place in its vicinity
• residence of Karṇa MBh. xii, 134ff
• of Brahma-datta Buddh.) MBh. &c
⋙ campakarambhā
○karambhā f. a kind of plantain L.
⋙ campakunda
○kunda m. a kind of fish L.
⋙ campakośa
○kośa for ○kôlba W.
⋙ campālu
campâlu m. for ○pakâlu L.
≫ campaka
campaka m. Michelia Campaka (bearing a yellow fragrant flower) MBh. R. &c
• a kind of perfume VarBṛS. lxxvii, 7
• a particular part of the bread-fruit W.
• N. of a man Rājat. vii
• of a relation of the Jaina Meru-tuṅga
• of a country Buddh.
• n. the flower of the Campaka tree MBh. Suśr. &c
• the fruit of a variety of the plantain L.
• (ā), f. N. of a town, JaimBhār. Hit.
⋙ campakagandha
○gandha m. 'Campaka-fragrance', a kind of incense (v. l. ○dhi or ○dhin) VarBṛS. lxxvii, 6 (12)
⋙ campakacaturdaśī
○caturdaśī f. 'the 14th day in the light half of Jyaishṭha', N. of a festival
⋙ campakadeśa
○deśa m. the Campaka country
⋙ campakanātha
○nātha m. N. of an author
⋙ campakapura
○pura n. N. of a town, Kathárṇ. xiv
⋙ campakaprabhu
○prabhu m. N. of Kalhaṇa's father
⋙ campakamālā
○mālā f. a metre of 4 x 10 syllables
• N. of a woman Vāsant.
⋙ campakalatā
○latā f. N. of a woman, Vṛishabh
⋙ campakavatī
○vatī f. N. of a wood in Magadha Hit. i, 3, 0/1. (vv. ll. ○kA-v○ and kâvalī)
• of a town, 5, 0/1 (v. l.) [Page 389, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ campakavyavahārikathā
○vyavahāri-kathā f. N. of a tale (about the merchant Campaka)
⋙ campakāraṇya
campakâraṇya n. 'Campaka forest', N. of a place of pilgrimage MBh. iii, 8111 Romakas.
⋙ campakālu
campakâlu m. the bread-fruit tree L.
⋙ campakāvatī
campakā-vatī v. l. for ○ka-v○ (cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 119.)
⋙ campakolba
campakôlba m. = ○kâlu L.
≫ campā
campā f. of ○pa, q.v
⋙ campādhipa
○dhipa (○pâdh○), m. a prince of Campā = ○pêśa L.
⋙ campāpurī
○purī f. the town Campā BhP.
⋙ campāvatī
○vatī f. id. VāyuP. ii, 37, 376 BrahmôttKh. xvi
• N. of Nidhi-pati's wife Vet.
⋙ campāṣaṣṭhī
○ṣaṣṭhī f. the 6th day in the bright half of Mārgaśīrsha or Bhādrapada, Vratapr
⋙ campeśa
campêśa m. 'lord of Campā', Karṇa L.
⋙ campopalakṣita
campôpalakṣita mfn. 'marked by Campā', dwelling in Campā and its vicinity L.
campū f. a kind of elaborate composition in which the same subject is continued through alternations in prose and verse (gadya and padya) Kāvyâd. i, 31 Sāh. vi, 336 Pratāpar. (cf. gaṅgā-, nala-.)
⋙ campūkathāsūtra
○kathā-sūtra n. N. of wk
⋙ campūbhārata
○bhārata n. N. of a reproduction in prose and verse of the contents of MBh. (by Ananta-bhaṭṭa)
⋙ campūrāmāyaṇa
○rāmāyaṇa n. N. of a reproduction in prose and verse of the contents of R. (by Lakshmaṇakavi)
camb cl. 1. ○bati, to go Dhātup. xi
camrīṣ f. 'libations (contained) in sacrificial ladles' (cf. Sāy. fr. camasá) RV. i, 56, 1
≫ camrīṣa
camrīṣá mfn. 'contained in the camū́' (cf. Sāy.), i, 100, 12
cay cl. 1. ○yate, to go Dhātup. xiv, 5
• [cf. ?, ? ; Lat. cieo ; Lith. koja, foot.']
caya 1
caya. & 2 &c. See √1. & 3. ci
car cl. 1. cárati, rarely ○te (Subj. cárat, 3 pl. cárān RV.
• perf. cacā́ra [AV. &c.], 2 sg. cacartha BhP. iv, 28, 52
• pl. cerur, &c
○ratur ŚBr. &c
• Ā. cere BhP. iii, 1, 19
• fut. cariṣyati, ○te
• aor. acārīt [ŚBr. xiv &c.]
• inf. cáritumMBh. i, iii R.] or cartum [MBh. iii, xiii R. iii BhP. v], Ved. carádhyai [RV. i, 61, 12], cáritave [113, 5], caráse [92, 9 and v, 47, 4], carā́yai [vii, 77, 1], caritos [AitĀr. i, 1, 1, 7]
• ind. p. caritvā́ ŚBr. xiv BhP. x, 75, 19
cartvā MBh. v, 3790
cīrtvā, xiii, 495
• p. cárat) to move one's self, go, walk, move, stir, roam about, wander (said of men, animals, water, ships, stars, &c.) RV. AV. &c
• to spread, be diffused (as fire) VarBṛS. xix, 7
• to move or travel through, pervade, go along, follow Mn. MBh. &c
• to behave, conduct one's self, act, live, treat (with instr. or loc.) RV. AV. &c
• to be engaged in, occupied or busy with (instr, e.g. yajñéna c○, 'to be engaged in a sacrifice' ŚBr.) RV. x, 71, 5 AV. vi, 117, 1 AitBr. &c
• (with [ŚBr. iv ChUp. Kauś. ŚāṅkhŚr.] or without [ŚBr. ii, xiv] mithunám) to have intercourse with, have to do with (instr.)
• (with a p. or adj. or ind. p. or adv.) to continue performing or being (e.g. arcantaś cerur, 'they continued worshipping' ŚBr. i
svāminam avajñāya caret, 'he may go on despising his master' Hit.) RV. AV. VS. &c
• (in astron.) to be in any asterism or conjunction VarBṛS.
• to undertake, set about, under go, observe, practise, do or act in general, effect, make (e.g. vratā́ni 'to observe vows' AV. &c
vighnaṃ c○, 'to put a hindrance' MBh.
bhaikṣaṃ c○ 'to beg' Mn. ii
vivādaṃ c○', to be engaged in a lawsuit' Mn. viii, 8
mṛgayāṃ c○, to hunt' MBh. R.
sambandhāṃś c, 'to enter into connections' Mn. ii, 40
mārgaṃ cacāra bāṇaiḥ, 'he made a way with arrows' R. iii, 34, 4
tapasā indriyāṇi c○, to exercise one's organs with penance MBh. xiv, 544) RV. AV. &c
• to consume, eat (with acc.), graze Yājñ. iii, 324 Pañcat. BhP. v, x Subh. Hit.
• to make or render (with double acc., e.g. naréndraṃ satya-sthaṃ carāma', let us make the king keep his word' R. ii, 107, 19: Caus. cārayati, to cause to move or walk about AV. xii, 4, 28 (aor. ácīcarat) ŚāṅkhBr. xxx, 8 Lāṭy.
• to pasture MBh. xiv R. BhP. iii, x
• to send, direct, turn, move MBh. &c
• to cause any one (acc.) to walk through (acc.) MBh. xii R. v, 49, 14
• to drive away from (abl.) MBh. xii, 12944
• to cause any one (acc.) to practise or perform (with acc.) Mn. xi, 177 and 192
• to cause (any animal, acc.) to eat Bādar. ii, 2, 5 Sch.
• to cause to copulate Mn. viii, 362
• to ascertain (as through a spy, instr.) MBh. iii, xv R. i, vi
• to doubt (cf. vi-) Dhātup. xxxiii, 71: Desid. cicariṣati, to try to go ŚāṅkhBr. xxx, 8 (p. cicarṣat) [Page 389, Column 2]
• to wish to act or conduct one's self ŚBr. xi
• to try to have intercourse with (instr.), vi: Intens. carcarīti, Ā. or rarely [MBh. iii, 12850] Pass. cañcūryate (○curīti and ○cūrti Pāṇ. 7-4, 87f
• ind. p. ○cūrya R. iv, 29, 22
• p. once P. ○cūryat Hariv. 3602) to move quickly or repeatedly, walk about, roam about (in, loc.) AV. xx, 127, 4 MBh. &c
• to act wantonly or coquettishly Bhaṭṭ. iv, 19 (cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 24)
• [cf. ?, ? &c.]
≫ cara
cara mfn. (g. pacâdi) moving, locomotive (as animals opposed to plants, or as the Karaṇas in astrol.) VPrāt. ŚvetUp. iii, 18 Mn. vii, 15 MBh. &c
• (= saṃcārin) forming the retinue of any one BhP. iv, 29, 23
• movable, shaking, unsteady W.
• ifc. going, walking, wandering, being, living, practising (e.g. adhaś-, anta-, antarikṣa-, ap-, ādāya-, udake-, &c
cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 16)
• ifc. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-3, 53 f. ; vi, 3, 35
• f. ī) having been formerly (e.g. āḍhya-, devadatta-, qq. vv
a-dṛṣṭa- or nadṛṣṭa-, 'not seen before' Kathās. [once f. irr. ā, lx, 58] Sarvad. iii, 16 ; vii, 19
an-ālokita- id. Bālar. iv, 54/55)
• m. a spy, secret emissary or agent Mn. vii, 122 Hariv. 10316 R. &c
• = caraṭa L.
• the small shell Cypraea moneta L.
• the wind, air BhP. x, 14, 11
• the planet Mars L.
• a game played with dice (similar to backgammon) L.
• a cowrie W.
• 'passage', See a-, duś-
• n. (in astron.) ascensional difference Gol. vii
• (ā́), f. dat. ○rā́yai inf. √car, q.v
• (in music) N. of a Mūrchanā
• (ī), f. a young woman (cf. caraṭi) L.
• = digambaraprasiddhā g. gaurâdi
• also ifc., See anu- and sahacarī
⋙ carakhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa n. (in astron.) the amount of the ascensional difference Sūryas. iii, 43 Gol. vii, 1
⋙ caragṛha
○gṛha n. a moving or varying sign of the zodiac, i.e. the 1st, 4th, 7th, and 10th VarBṛS. vci, 3 and 14 Laghuj.
⋙ carajā
○jā f. (scil. jyā) the sign of -khaṇḍa Sūryas. ii, 61 ; iii, 33
⋙ carajyā
○jyā f. id., 34 Sch. Gol. vii, 1 Sch.
⋙ caradala
○dala n. = -khaṇḍa VarBṛS. ii, 0/1 Sūryas. iii, 10
-jā f. = cara-jā, xiii, 15
⋙ caradeva
○deva m. N. of a man Rājat. vii, 1554
⋙ caradravya
○dravya n. pl. 'movables', goods and chattels W.
⋙ carapuṣṭa
○puṣṭa m. 'spy-nourished', a mediator W.
⋙ carabha
○bha n. = -griha Laghuj.
⋙ carabhavana
○bhavana n. id. ib.
⋙ caramūrti
○mūrti f. an idol which is carried about in procession W.
⋙ caraśiñjinī
○śiñjinī f. = -jā Gol. vii, 1. 1
⋙ carācara
carâcara mfn. movable and immovable, locomotive and stationary, moving and fixed (as animals and plants) Mn. i, iii Bhag. xf. R. BhP.
• n. the aggregate of all created things whether animate or inanimate, world Mn. Yājñ. Bhag. R. BhP.
-guru m. the lord of the world (Brahmā) MBh. iii, 497
• N. of Śiva, Kautuk
≫ caraka
cáraka m. a wanderer, wandering religious student ŚBr. xiv Pāṇ. 5-1, 11 Lalit. i, 28
• a spy Naish. iv, 116
• a kind of ascetic VarBṛ. xv, 1
• a kind of medicinal plant L.
• N. of a Muni and physician (the Serpent-king Śesha, who was the recipient of the Āyur-veda
• once on visiting the earth and finding it full of sickness he became moved with pity and determined to become incarnate as the son of a Muni for alleviating disease
• he was called Caraka because he had visited the earth as a kind of spy or cara
• he then composed a new book on medicine, based on older works of Agni-veśa and other pupils of Ātreya Bhpr.)
• N. of a lexicographer
• m. pl. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-3, 107) N. of a branch of the black Yajur-veda (the practises and rites-enjoined by which are different in some respects from those in ŚBr.) ŚBr. iv Lāṭy.v, 4, 20 Sch. on VS. and ŚBr. VāyuP. i, 61, 10
• (ī), f. a kind of venomous fish Suśr. v, 3, 8
• N. of an evil spirit VarBṛS. liii, 83 AgP. xl, 18
⋙ carakagrantha
○grantha m. Caraka's book (on med.)
⋙ carakatantra
○tantra n. id
-vyākhyā f. N. of a Comm. on Car. by Hari-candra
⋙ carakabhāṣya
○bhāṣya n. N. of another Comm. on Car. by Kṛishṇa
⋙ carakācārya
cárakâcārya m. a teacher of the Carakas VS. xxx, 18
⋙ carakādhvaryu
cárakâdhvaryu m. id. (generally pl.) ŚBr. iii f. viii BhP. &c
≫ caraṭa
caraṭa m. (= cara) a wagtail L.
• (ī), f. (= ○raṇṭī, ciraṭī, ciraṇṭī) a woman married or single who after maturity resides in her father's house L. Sch.
≫ caraṇa
cáraṇa m. n. (g. ardharcâdi) a foot Gobh. Mn. ix, 277 Bādar. MBh. &c. (ifc. f. ā Hariv. 3914 Mālav.)
• (ifc. pl.) 'the feet of', the venerable (N. N. ) MBh. xii, 174, 24 Sch.
• a pillar, supor Hariv. 4643
• the √(of a tree) L.
• a Pāda or line of a stanza, Śrut
• a dactyl
• a 4th part (pāda) VarBṛ. Līl.
• a section, subdivision Bhpr. Sarvad. (catuś-, q.v.)
• a school or branch of the Veda Nir. i, 17 Pāṇ. MBh. xii, xiii Pañcat. iv, 3
• n. going round or about, motion, course RV. iii, 5, 5 ; ix, 113, 9 ; x, 136, 6 and 139, 6 ŚBr. ii, x Sāh. [Page 389, Column 3]
• acting, dealing, managing, (liturgical) performance, observance AV. vii, 106, 1
ŚBr. ŚāṅkhŚr. KātyŚr. VP. iii, 5, 13
• behaviour, conduct of life KātyŚr. ChUp. v, 10
• good or moral conduct Kauś. 67 MBh. xiii, 3044 Lalit.
• practising (generally ifc., cf. tapaś- [tapasaś c○ Mn. vi, 75], bhikṣā-, bhaikṣa-) Gobh. iii, 1, 12 Nal.
• grazing W.
• consuming, eating L.
• a particular high number Buddh. L. (cf. dvi-, puraś-, ratha-)
⋙ caraṇakamala
○kamala n. 'foot-lotus', a beautiful foot W.
⋙ caraṇakisalaya
○kisalaya n. id. W.
⋙ caraṇagata
○gata mfn. fallen at one's feet W.
⋙ caraṇagranthi
○granthi m. 'foot-joint', the ancle ĀpŚr. vii, 2, 6 Sch.
⋙ caraṇatra
○tra 'foot-saver', a shoe, Kuṭṭanim
⋙ caraṇadāsa
○dāsa m. N. of the author of the Guru-śishya-saṃvāda and of the philos. poem Nāciketûpâkhyāna
⋙ caraṇanyāsa
○nyāsa m. footstep Ratnâv. i, 11
• foot-mark Megh. 56
⋙ caraṇapa
○pa m. 'root-drinker', a tree L.
⋙ caraṇapatana
○patana n. a foot-fall Amar.
⋙ caraṇapatita
○patita mfn. = -ga W.
⋙ caraṇapadma
○padma m. n. = -kamala W.
⋙ caraṇaparvan
○parvan n. = -granthi L.
⋙ caraṇapāta
○pāta m. = -patana Pañcat. iv, 9
• tread, kick Hariv. 13607 Pañcat. ii, 47/48
⋙ caraṇapṛṣṭha
○pṛṣṭha m. the back of the foot Daś. viii, 192
⋙ caraṇaprasāra
○prasāra m. stretching the legs Mn. ii, 198 Kull.
⋙ caraṇabhaṅga
○bhaṅga m. fracture of the foot Pañcat. i, 22/23
⋙ caraṇayuga
○yuga n. both feet W.
• two lines of a stanza W.
⋙ caraṇayodhin
○yodhin m. 'foot-fighter', a cock R. (B) iv, 58, 31
⋙ caraṇalagna
○lagna mfn. = -gata Dhūrtas.
⋙ caraṇavat
○vat mfn. of good conduct GopBr. i, 2, 5
⋙ caraṇavyūha
○vyūha m. N. of a treatise on the schools of the Veda
⋙ caraṇaśuśrūṣā
○śuśrūṣā f. = -patana R. iii, 14, 8
⋙ caraṇasevā
○sevā f. 'service on one's feet', devotion W.
⋙ caraṇākṣa
caraṇâkṣa m. (= akṣa-pāda) Gautama SŚaṃkar.
⋙ caraṇānati
caraṇânati f. = ○ṇa-patana Amar. (cf. Kpr. iv, 13/14)
⋙ caraṇānamita
caraṇânamita mfn. bent under the feet, trodden down W.
⋙ caraṇābharaṇa
caraṇâbharaṇa n. a foot-ornament L.
⋙ caraṇāmṛta
caraṇâmṛta n. 'foot-nectar', the water in which the feet of a Brāhman or spiritual guide have been washed W.
⋙ caraṇāyudha
caraṇâyudha mfn. having the feet for weapons MBh. ix, 2669 R. iii, 56, 35
• m. a cock Car. vi, 2 and 5 Sāh. iii, 195/196
⋙ caraṇāravinda
caraṇâravinda n. = ○ṇakamala W.
⋙ carahārdha
carahârdha n. the half of the foot W.
• half of the fourth of a stanza W.
⋙ caraṇāskandana
caraṇâskandana n. treading down with the feet W.
⋙ caraṇodaka
caraṇôdaka n. = ○ṇâmṛta W.
⋙ caraṇopaga
caraṇôpaga mfn. in contact with the feet, at the feet W.
⋙ caraṇopadhāna
caraṇôpadhāna n. a foot-rest MBh. i, 193, 10
≫ caraṇasa
caraṇasa mfn. fr. ○ṇa g. tṛṇâdi
≫ caraṇi
caráṇi (only gen. pl. ○ṇīnām) mfn. 'movable', active (cf. Gmn.) RV. viii, 24, 23
≫ caraṇila
caraṇila mfn. fr. ○ṇa g. kāśâdi
≫ caraṇīyamāna
caraṇīyámāna mf(ā)n. engaged in, carrying on (with acc.) RV. iii, 61, 3
≫ caraṇṭī
caraṇṭī f. = ○raṭī L. Sch.
≫ caraṇya 1
caraṇya Nom. ○ṇyati, to move, g. kaṇḍvādi (cf. ā-, uc-)
≫ caraṇya 2
caraṇya mfn. foot-like, g. śākhâdi
≫ caraṇyu
caraṇyu mfn. movable RV. x, 95, 6 AV. xx, 48
≫ caratha
carátha mfn. moving, living RV. i, 58, 5 ; 68, 1 ; 70, 2 and 4 (ca rátha MSS.) ; 72, 6
• n. going, wandering, course RV. (i, 66, 9 carā́tha) ; iii, 31, 15 ; viii, 33, 8 ; x, 92, 13
• (āya), dat. inf. = carāyai RV.
≫ caranta
caranta m. N. of a man VāyuP. ii, 30, 5
≫ carācara 2
carācará mfn. (√car redupl. Pāṇ. 6-1, 12 Vārtt. 6 ; vii, 4, 58 Pat.) moving, locomotive, running RV. x, 85, 11 VS. xxii ŚBr.
• n. Cypraea moneta L.
≫ carātha
carā́tha n. See ○rátha
≫ cari
cari m. an animal L.
• N. of a man Pravar. i, 1
≫ carita
carita mfn. gone, gone to, attained W.
• 'practised', in comp
• espied, ascertained (by a spy, cara) R. vi, 6, 16 and 7, 21
• (ám), n. going, moving, course AV. iii, 15, 4 ; ix, 1, 3 Gobh. iii Suśr.
• motion (of asterisms) Sūryas.
• acting, doing, practice, behaviour, acts, deeds, adventures RV. i, 90, 2
MBh. R. VarBṛS. &c. (ifc. f. ā Gīt. ix, 1)
• fixed institute, proper or peculiar observance W. (cf. uttara-rāma-, dúś-, sac-, saha-, su-)
⋙ caritaguṇatva
○guṇa-tva n. attainment of peculiar property or use (sârthaka-tva Sch.) Kir. vii, 2
⋙ caritapūrva
○pūrva mfn. performed formerly Śak. iv, 21
⋙ caritamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. ifc. containing or relating deeds or adventures of Kathās. viii, 35
⋙ caritavrata
○vrata mfn. one who has observed a vow ĀśvGṛ. i, 8, 12 R. i, 3, 1
⋙ caritārtha
caritârtha mf(ā)n. attaining one's object, successful in any undertaking Śak. vii, 31/32 Mālav. v, 19/20 Ragh. Kum. Pāṇ. Kāś. and Siddh.
-tā f. successfulness Śak. v, 5/6 -tva n. id. Sāṃkhyak. Bhāshāp. (cf. cāritârthya.)
⋙ caritārthaya
caritârthaya Nom. ○yati, to cause any one (acc.) to attain his aim, satisfy Naish. ix, 49
⋙ caritārthita
caritârthita mfn. satisfied Sarvad. Introd. 2
⋙ caritārthin
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≫ caritavya
caritavya mfn. (= cart○) to be practised or performed Mn. xi, 54 MBh. i, 7259 Kathās. lxxii, 101
• n. impers. with upâṃśu vācā, 'he is to continue speaking low' AitBr. i, 27, 4
≫ caritra
carítra n. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 184
• rarely m. VS. vi, 14 MaitrS. i, 2, 16) a foot, leg RV. AV. x, 2, 12 Kauś. 44
• n. going VS. xiii, 19
• acting, behaving, behaviour, habit, practice, acts, adventures, deeds, exploits Mn. ii, 20 ; ix, 7 R. &c. (ifc. f. ā Pañcat. iv, 7, 5)
• nature, disposition W.
• custom, law as based on custom Nār. i, 10 f. ; xx, 24
• (ā), f. the tamarind tree L. (cf. cār○)
⋙ caritrabandhaka
○bandhaka m. n. a friendly pledge Yājñ. ii, 61
⋙ caritravat
○vat mfn. one who has already performed (a sacrifice) ĀśvGṛ. iv, 8, 15
≫ cariṣṇu
cariṣṇú mfn. (cf. Nir. vii, 29 Pāṇ. 3-2, 136) moving, locomotive, unsteady, wandering about RV. ŚāṅkhŚr. ŚāṅkhGṛ. MBh. xii BhP. ii
• (with bīja, the semen of [moving beings, i.e. of] animals) Mn. i, 56
• m. N. of a son of Manu Sāvarṇa Hariv. 465
• of a son of Kīrtimat by Dhenukā VāyuP. i, 28, 16 (variṣṭa ed.)
⋙ cariṣṇudhūma
○dhūma (○ṣṇú-), mfn. having moving smoke RV. viii, 23, 1
≫ carītra
carītra n. = ○ritra, behaviour, conduct L.
≫ carcara
cárcara mfn. (√car redupl.) = caraṇa-śīla (cf. Sāy.) RV. x, 106, 7
• (ī), f. a kind of song Vikr. iv Ratnâv. i, 7/8
• musical symphony Kathās. liv
• the recitation of scholars W.
• festive cries or merriment, festive sport W.
• flattery W.
• a metre of 4 x 18 syllables
• (for barbarī) curled or woolly hair L.
≫ carcarikā
carcarikā f. a kind of gesture Vikr. iv
≫ carcarīka
carcarīka ifc. = ○rī, musical symphony Kathās. ciii, 200
• m. a pot-herb L.
• (for barbar○) decoration or curling of the hair L.
• a form of Śiva L.
≫ cartavya
cartavya mfn. to be practised MBh. xiii
≫ carya
carya mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 100) to be practised or performed Mn. iii, 1
• m. (= cara) the small shell Cypraea moneta L.
• n. ifc. driving (in a carriage) MBh. viii, 4215
• (ā), f. going about, wandering, walking or roaming about, visiting, driving (in a carriage, ratha- MBh. ix, xiii R. i, 19, 19) MBh. R. BhP. ix, 16, 1
• (often ifc.) proceeding, behaviour, conduct ŚBr. xi, 5, 7, 1 Lāṭy. viii ĀśvŚr. xii, 4 Mn. vi, 32 &c
• due observance of all rites and customs Sarvad. vi ff
• a religious mendicant's life L.
• practising, performing, occupation with, engaging in (instr. [Gaut.] or generally in comp.) ŚBr. xiv ĀśvGṛ. iii, 7 Mn. i, 111 MBh. &c
• deportment, usage W.
• (in music) a kind of composition
• N. of Durgā Gal. (cf. brahma-, bhikṣā-, bhaikṣya-)
≫ caryā
caryā f. of ○rya, q.v
⋙ caryānātha
○nātha m. N. of a sage Sarvad.
⋙ caryāvatāra
caryâvatāra m. N. of a Buddh. work
caramá m. (nom. pl. ○me, or ○mās Pāṇ. 1-1, 33)f(ā)n. (in comp. Pāṇ. 2-1, 58) last, ultimate, final RV. vii, 59, 3 ; viii, 20, 14 TS. i, v BhP. &c. (○mā kriyā, 'the final i.e. funeral ceremony' MBh. iv, 834)
• the outermost (first or last, opposed to the middle one) RV. viii, 61, 15
• later KapS. i, 72
• (○maṃ kiṃ, 'what more?' Prasannar. v, 3/4)
• 'western', in comp
• lowest, least L.
• a particular high number Buddh. L.
• (am), ind. last MBh. i, iii
• at last, at the end Rājat. v, 7
• after any one (gen.) Mn. ii, 194 Kir.
⋙ caramakāla
○kāla m. the last moments, hour of death W.
⋙ caramakṣmābhṛt
○kṣmā-bhṛt m. the western ('earth-supporter' or) mountain L.
⋙ caramagiri
○giri m. id. Bhojapr. 319
⋙ caramatas
○tás ind. at the outermost end AV. xix, 15, 3 MaitrS. iii, 10, 1
⋙ caramabhavika
○bhavika mfn. being in the last earthly state Buddh.
⋙ caramavayas
○vayas mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 20 Pat.) being in the last stage of life, old Mālatīm. vi, 2
a-c○ n. youth Uttarar. v, 12
⋙ caramavaiyākaraṇa
○vaiyākaraṇa m. (the last, i.e.) an ignorant grammarian W.
⋙ caramaśairṣika
○śairṣika mf(ī)n. having the points turned towards the west MBh. xiii, 462
⋙ caramācala
caramâcala m. = ○ma-giri Prasannar. vii, 51/52 Hit.
⋙ caramājā
caramấjā f. the last or smallest she-goat AV. v, 18, 11
⋙ caramādri
caramâdri m. = ○ma-giri L.
⋙ caramāvasthā
caramâvasthā f. the last state W.
≫ caramya
caramya Nom. ○myati, to be the last, g. kaṇḍv-ādi
caravya See carú
carâcara and carāc○, See √car
≫ carātha
⋙ cari
⋙ carita
⋙ caritra
caḍrítra &c., See ib.
carú m. (g. bhīmâdi) a kind of vessel (in which a particular oblation is prepared), saucepan, pot RV. AV. ŚBr. xiii
KātyŚr. Kauś. Mn. Yājñ.
• a cloud (cf. RV. i, 7, 6) Naigh. i, 10
• an oblation (of rice, barley and pulse) boiled with butter and milk for presentation to the gods or manes VS. xxix. 6 TS. i ŚBr. AitBr. i, 1 & 7 KātyŚr. &c. (pl. Yājñ. i, 298). [Page 390, Column 2]
⋙ carucelin
○celin mfn. (for cār○?) having portions of offerings on the clothes (Śiva) MBh. xii, 10419
⋙ caruvraṇa
○vraṇa m. a kind of cake L.
⋙ caruśrapaṇa
○śrapaṇa n. sprinkling an oblation of milk and ghee W.
⋙ carusthālī
○sthālī f. the vessel in which the Caru oblation is prepared (made either of clay or udumbara-wood Karmapr.) Gobh. i ; iv, 2, 28 Kauś.
⋙ caruhoma
○homa m. offering the Caru oblation W.
≫ caravya
caravya mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 2 Vārtt. 3 Pat.) destined for the Caru oblation ĀpŚr. viii, 2, 4 Sch.
carkarīta n. a term for any Intens. formed without the syllable ya (like carkarīti, √1. kṛ) Dhātup. xxiv, 72 Pāṇ. 2-4, 74 Siddh.
carkṛtí f. (√2. kṛ) praising, mention, glory RV. v, 74, 9 ; vi, 48, 21
≫ carkṛtya
carkṛ́tya mfn. to be mentioned with praise, renowned, i, 64, 14 and 119, 21 ; iv, viii, x AV. vi, 98, 1
cargh cl. 1. ○ghati, to go W.
carc cl. 1. ○cati, to abuse, censure, menace Dhātup. xvii, 67
• to injure, xxviii, 17: cl. 10. ○cayati, to repeat a word (in reciting the Veda, esp. while adding iti) RPrāt. xv, 10 and 12 to talk over, discuss Hcar. vii
• (also Ā. Vop.) to study Dhātup. xxxiii, 38
≫ carca
carca m. 'repeating over in thought', considering deliberation L. Sch.
• (ā), f. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 105
• g. ukthâdi) repetition of a word (in reciting the Veda, esp. while adding iti) VPrāt. APrāt. Hcat.
• = ○rca (with gen. or ifc.) Naish. v, 38 Siṃhâs. Hit.
• talking about (in comp.) Rājat. v, 303
• discussion, vii, 1476 ; viii, 3342 Bhojapr. 213/214
• alternate recitation of a poem by two persons W.
• inquiry W.
• unguent laid on Kāvyâd. ii, 104 Gīt. ix, 10
• Durgā L.
≫ carcaka
carcaka m. repetition of a word (in reciting the Veda) Hcat. i. 7, 1064 (pl.) Caraṇ.
• (ikā), f. = carcā L.
• N. of Durgā BrahmaP. ii, 18, 15 Hcat. i, 7, 153 Tantr. (cf. gharma-, vi-)
⋙ carcakamālā
○mālā f. a rosary Kuṭṭanīm. 66
≫ carcana
carcana n. = ○rcaka
• laying on (unguent) L.
≫ carcā
carcā f. of ○rca, q.v
⋙ carcāpada
○pada n. pl. the words repeated (in reciting the Veda while iti is added) RAnukr. Pat. Introd. on Vārtt. 11 and 14
⋙ carcāpāra
○pāra m. = carcaka g. vedâdhyāyâdi
≫ carcāya
carcāya Nom. ○yate, to be repeated (in reciting the Veda while iti is added) RAnukr.
≫ carci
carci m. N. of a man Pravar. vii, 10
• cf. haimac○
≫ carcikā
carcikā f. of ○rcaka, q.v
≫ carcikya
carcikya n. = cārc○ L.
≫ carcita
carcita mfn. repeated (in reciting the Veda while iti is added) RAnukr.
• ifc. smeared with, covered with MBh. ii, 2371 Hariv. 15694, &c
• rubbed off R. vii
• 'thought over', determined on BhP. x, 44, 1
• investigated W.
• n. unguent laid on, Śṛiṅgār
cárcara ○rikā, &c. See √car
carcas m. one of the 9 treasures of Kubera L.
carcā ○rcāya, ○rci, &c. See √carc
cartavya See √car
cartya mfn. √cṛt Pāṇ. 3-1, 110
carpaṭa mfn. lying flat to the head (ears) VarBṛS. lxviii, 58 (v. l. cipiṭa) VarBṛ. xxv, 12 Sch.
• m. the open palm of the hand L.
• = ○ṭī L.
• (ā), f. the 6th day in the light half of Bhādrapada L.
• (ī), f. a thin biscuit of flour (cf. parp○) L.
≫ carpaṭin
carpaṭin m. N. of the author of the Rasacandrôdaya, Haṭhapr. i, 6 Toḍar.
carb cl. 1. ○bati, to go Dhātup. xi, 31
carbhaṭa m. = cirbh○ L.
• (ī), f. = ○rcarī, cries of joy L.
carma in comp. (and twice ifc. See ṛṣabha- and sa-) for cárman
• n. a shield L. Sch.
⋙ carmakaraṇa
○karaṇa n. working in skins or leather W.
⋙ carmakarta
○karta m. a piece of skin or leather TBr. i, 2, 6, 7
⋙ carmakaśā
○kaśā (or -kaṣā), f. N. of a plant (Mimosa abstergens Bhpr.
• a kind of perfume ib.) Car. i, 1, 76 Sch. (= saptalā)
⋙ carmakāra
○kāra m. a worker in leather, shoemaker (offspring of a Caṇḍāla woman by a fisherman Parāś.
• or of a Vaideha female by a Nishāda Mn. x, 36
• or of a Nishāda woman MBh. xiii, 2588) VarBṛS. lxxxvii, 35 Rājat. iv
• (ī), f. a shoemaker's wife Kulârṇ. vii
• Mimosa abstergens L.
○râluka m. a kind of bulbous plant Bhpr. [Page 390, Column 3]
⋙ carmakāraka
○kāraka m. a shoemaker W.
⋙ carmakārin
○kārin m. id. W.
• (iṇī), f. a woman on the second day of her courses
⋙ carmakārya
○kārya n. working in leather or skins Mn. x, 49
⋙ carmakāṣṭhamaya
○kāṣṭha-maya mfn. made of leather and wood Hcat.
⋙ carmakāṣṭhikā
○kāṣṭhikā f. 'made of leather and wood', a whip Mṛicch. i, 22 Sch.
⋙ carmakīla
○kīla m. n. 'skin-excrescence', a wart Suśr. i f
• excrescences considered as a kind of hemorrhoids, ii, 2, 11 and 13
⋙ carmakūpa
○kūpa m. a leathern bottle L.
⋙ carmakṛt
○kṛt m. = -kāraka Rājat. iv, 55
⋙ carmakhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa n. = -karta Bhartṛ.
⋙ carmakhaṇḍika
○khaṇḍika m. pl. N. of a people VāyuP. i, 45, 115
⋙ carmagoṇī
○goṇī f. = -kūpa Suśr. iv, 4, 15
⋙ carmagrīva
○grīva m. N. of one of Śiva's attendants L. Sch.
⋙ carmaghaṭikā
○ghaṭikā f. 'sticking to the skin', a leach Npr.
⋙ carmacaṭaka
○caṭaka m. a bat Buddh. L.
• (ā), f. id. L.
⋙ carmacaṭikā
○caṭikā f. id. L.
⋙ carmacaṭī
○caṭī f. id. L.
• a cricket Gal.
⋙ carmacitraka
○citraka n. white leprosy L.
⋙ carmacela
○cela a garment with the hide turned outwards Buddh. L.
⋙ carmaja
○ja mfn. made of leather BhP. x, 64, 4
• n. 'skin-born', the hairs of the body L.
• blood L.
⋙ carmataraṃga
○taraṃga m. a fold of skin L.
⋙ carmatila
○tila mfn. having the skin covered with pimples resembling the seeds of sesamum Pāṇ. 8-2, 8 Vārtt. 1 Pat.
⋙ carmadaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. 'leather-stick', a whip L.
⋙ carmadala
○dala n. a slight form of leprosy Car. vi, 7, 11 and 22 Suśr.
⋙ carmadūṣikā
○dūṣikā f. a kind of leprosy with red spots L.
⋙ carmadruma
○druma m. 'parchment-tree', N. of a tree (the bark of which is used for writing upon) L.
⋙ carmanāsikā
○nāsikā f. 'leather-thong', a whip W.
⋙ carmapaṭṭa
○paṭṭa m. a flat thong MBh. xiii, 3456
• N. of a place MārkP. lviii, 25
⋙ carmapaṭṭikā
○paṭṭikā f. a flat piece of leather for playing upon with dice, leather backgammon board W.
⋙ carmapattrā
○pattrā f. = -caṭaka L.
⋙ carmapādukā
○pādukā f. a leather shoe
⋙ carmapuṭa
○puṭa m. a leathern bag or pair of bellows Hcar.
⋙ carmapuṭaka
○puṭaka m. a leathern pipe Car. i, 1 Sch.
⋙ carmapūram
○pūram ind. so as to cover the hide Pāṇ. 3-4, 31
⋙ carmaprabhedikā
○prabhedikā f. a shoemaker's awl L.
⋙ carmaprasevaka
○prasevaka m. = -puṭa L. Sch.
⋙ carmaprasevikā
○prasevikā f. id. HYog. iii, 131
⋙ carmabandha
○bandha m. a leather band or strap Hit. iv, 12, 18
⋙ carmabandhana
○bandhana n. pepper Npr.
⋙ carmabhastrikā
○bhastrikā f. a leathern bag Daś. vii, 213
⋙ carmamaṇḍala
○maṇḍala m. pl. N. of a people MBh. vi, 355
⋙ carmamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. made of skin, leathern Mn. ii, 157 MBh. ii, xii VarBṛS.
• ifc. encased in the skin of MBh. vi, 1787
⋙ carmamuṇḍā
○muṇḍā f. a form of Durgā L. (cf. caṇḍa-, cāmuṇḍā)
⋙ carmamna
○mná m. (for mla, √mlā) a tanner RV. viii, 5, 38 VS. xxx, 15
⋙ carmayaṣṭi
○yaṣṭi f. = -daṇḍa W.
⋙ carmaraṅga
○raṅga m. pl. N. of a people in the north-west of Madhya-deśa VarBṛS. xiv, 23
• (ā), f. the plant Āvartakī L.
⋙ carmaratna
○ratna n. a leathern lucky-bag Daś. vii, 253 and 262
-bhastrikā f. id., 199
⋙ carmavaṃśa
○vaṃśa m. a kind of flute
⋙ carmavat
○vat mfn. covered with hides Pāṇ. 8-2, 12 Kāś.
• ind. like a skin ŚvetUp. vi, 20 (cf. loha-c○)
• m. N. of a warrior MBh. vi, 3997
⋙ carmavasana
○vasana m. (= kṛ́tti-vāsas) Śiva L.
⋙ carmavādya
○vādya n. 'skin-instrument', a drum, tabour, &c. W.
⋙ carmavṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. = -druma Hariv. 12681
⋙ carmavraṇa
○vraṇa m. 'skin-disease', herpes L.
⋙ carmaśilpin
○śilpin m. = -kāraka VarBṛS. lxxxvii, 8
⋙ carmasamudbhava
○samudbhava n. (= -ja) blood Gal.
⋙ carmasambhavā
○sambhavā f. cardamoms L.
⋙ carmasāra
○sāra m. 'skin-essence', lymph, serum L.
⋙ carmasāhvā
○sâhvā f. = -kaśā Car. vii, 11, 1
⋙ carmahantrī
○hantrī f. 'skin-destroying', Trigonella foenum graecum or a similar plant Bhpr.
⋙ carmākhya
carmâkhya n. a form of leprosy Car. vi, 7, 19
⋙ carmācchādita
carmâcchādita mfn. covered with skin W.
⋙ carmānurañjana
carmânurañjana n. 'skin-colouring', white cinnabar Npr.
⋙ carmānta
carmânta m. = ○ma-khaṇḍa Suśr. i, 7, 10 ; v, 5, 2
⋙ carmāmbhas
carmâmbhas n. = ○ma-sāra L.
⋙ carmāvakartana
carmâvakartana n. 'act of cutting leather', = ○ma-karaṇa W.
⋙ carmāvakartin
carmâvakartin m. 'leather-cutter', = ○ma-kṛt Mn. iv, 218
⋙ carmāvakarttṛ
carmâvakarttṛ m. id. MBh. xii, 1321
⋙ carmāvanaddha
carmâvanaddha mfn. covered with skin Mn. vi, 76 (= MBh. xii, 12463)
• bound with leather W.
⋙ carmāvṛta
carmâvṛta mfn. covered with skin ŚārṅgP. xix, 10 (cf. Hit.)
• ifc. covered with the hide of L.
⋙ carmāsimat
carmâsi-mat mfn. having shield and sword W.
≫ carmaṇā
carmaṇā f. a kind of fly L. (v. l. ○rvaṇā)
≫ carmaṇya
carmaṇya n. leather-work AitBr. v, 32 Lāṭy.
≫ carmaṇvat
cármaṇ-vat mfn. furnished with skin TS. vii, 5, 12, 2
• (), f. Musa sapientum L.
• (cf. Pāṇ. 8-2, 12) N. of a river (flowing through Bundelkhand into the Ganges, the modern Chambal) MBh. (on the origin of the N., vii, 2360 ; xii, 1016 ; xiii, 3351) BhP. v, 19
≫ carman
cárman n. hide, skin RV. AV. iv f. x ff. TS. &c
• bark W.
• parchment W.
• a shield MBh. R. BhP. Kathās.
• = ○rmâkhya Car. vi, 7, 11
• [cf. gala-, duś-
• ? ; Lat. corium ; Hib. croicionn.]
≫ carmaru
carmaru m. = ○rma-kṛt L.
≫ carmāra
carmāra m. id. L.
• = ○raka Bhpr. v, 7, 101
≫ carmāraka
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≫ carmika
carmika mfn. armed with a shield, shield-bearer, g. vrīhy-ādi and purohitâdi
≫ carmin
carmin mfn. (g. vrīhy-ādi) id. MBh. Hariv. 1863
• covered with a hide Caraṇ.
• made of leather W.
• m. = ○rma-druma L.
• (= ○rmaṇ-vatī) Musa sapientum L.
• N. of an attendant of Śiva L.
• of a man Pāṇ. 4-1, 158 Vārtt. 2 Pat.
⋙ carmivṛkṣa
carmivṛkṣa m. = ○ma-v○ Suśr. iv, 11, 7
carmarī f. N. of a plant, v. 2, 5
carya caryā, See √car
carv (cf. √cūrṇ), cl. 10. carvayati (inf. ○vitum
• Pass. ○vyate cl. 1. ○vati Dhātup. xv, 70) to grind with the teeth, masticate, chew Mṛicch. ii, 12 Pañcat. v, 11, 0/1 Deviim. Bhpr. Sch. on KātyŚr. and PārGṛ.
• to taste Sāh. iii, 16
≫ carvaṇa
carvaṇa n. 'chewing', See carvita-
• tasting Sāh. iii, 26
• 'to be chewed', solid food BhP. iii, 13, 35
• (ā), f. tasting Sāh. iii, 26
• a molar tooth Gal.
• v. l. for ○rmaṇā L.
≫ carvaṇīya
carvaṇīya mfn. proper to be chewed W.
≫ carvita
carvita mfn. chewed ŚārṅgP. lxiii, 9
⋙ carvitacarvaṇa
○carvaṇa n. 'chewing the chewed', tedious reiteration BhP. vii, 5, 30 Pāṇ. 3-1, 15 Siddh.
⋙ carvitapātra
○pātra n. a spitting-pot W.
⋙ carvitapātraka
○pātraka n. id. Rāsal.
≫ carvya
carvya mfn. chewable BrahmaP.
carvan m. = capeṭa L.
carṣaṇa See ratha-
≫ carṣaṇi
carṣaṇí mfn. (√kṛṣ), 'cultivating', active, agile, swift RV.
• (AV. vii, 110, 2) MBh. i, 726
• seeing (fr. √cakṣ?) Naigh. iii, 11 Nir. v, 24
• f. pl. 'cultivators (opposed to nomads)', men, people, race RV. (páñca c○ = p"ṣ kṛṣṭáyas (q.v.), v, 86, 2 ; vii, 15, 2 ; ix, 101, 9) AV. xiii, 1, 38 BhP. x, 29, 2
• N. of Aryaman's children by Mātṛikā (progenitors of the human race) BhP. vi, 6, 40 (cf. prá-, ratha-, ví-, viśvá-.)
⋙ carṣaṇiprā
○prā́ mfn. satisfying men RV.
≫ carṣaṇī
carṣaṇī in comp. for ○ṇí
• f. a disloyal wife Rājat. vii, 102
• N. of Varuṇa's wife (mother of Bhṛigu) BhP. vi, 18, 4
⋙ carṣaṇīdhṛt
○dhṛ́t mfn. supporting or protecting men RV.
⋙ carṣaṇīdhṛti
○dhṛ́ti f. support or protection of men, viii, 90, 5 (loc. ○tā, = instr. of -dhṛ́t, scil. vájreṇa Gmn., but SV. has the nom. ○tiḥ) SV. (see. -sáh)
⋙ carṣaṇīsah
○sáh mfn. ruling over or overpowering men RV. (ix, 24, 4 dat. -sáhe SV. -dhṛ́tiḥ)
cal (cf. √car and also √caṭ), cl. 1. ○lati (metrically also Ā. ○te
• perf. cacāla pl. celur
• fut. caliṣyati
• aor. acālīt), to be moved, stir, tremble, shake, quiver, be agitated, palpitate MBh. &c
• to move on or forward, proceed, go away, start off, depart MBh. (āsanebhyo'calan, 'they rose from their seat', v, 3114) &c
• to set (said of the day) Kathās. lxxii, 406
• to be moved from one's usual course, be disturbed, become confused or disordered, go astray MBh. &c
• to turn away from, swerve, deviate from (abl., e.g. dharmāt, to swerve from virtue Mn. vii, 15 MBh. ii, 2629), fall off (with abl.) MBh. &c
• to sport about, frolic, play (Dhātup. xxviii, 64) Kuval. 320: Caus. calayati (cf. Pāṇ. 1-3, 87), to cause to move, move, shake, jog, push, agitate, disturb Ragh. viii, 52 Ṛitus. BhP. Bhaṭṭ.
• to cause to deviate, turn off from (abl.) Mṛicch. ix, 21: Caus. cālay○ (Pass. cālyate) to cause to move, shake, jog, push, agitate MBh. &c
• to drive, drive away, remove or expel from (abl.) MBh. i, 5743 ; xiii, 3336 Hariv. 2697
• to disturb, make confused or disordered MBh. xii Vedântas. BhP. iii, 1, 42
• to cause to deviate from (abl.) MBh. iii, 1504 R. iii
• to cherish, foster Dhātup. xxxii, 68 (v. l. for √bal): Intens. cañcalyate (cf. cañcala) or cāc○ (cf. á-vicācala ff.) Vop. xx, 8 f
• [cf. ?, ?, ? ; Lat. celer, pro-cello, ex-.]
≫ cala
cala mf(ā)n. (g. pacâdi) moving, trembling, shaking, loose MBh. &c
• unsteady, fluctuating, perishable ib.
• disturbed, confused ib.
• m. 'agitation, shaking', See bhūmi-
• wind L.
• wind (in med.) Ashṭâṅg. i, 11, 1
• quicksilver L.
• a sprout, shoot Gal.
• n. water Gal.
• (ā), f. lightning L.
• incense L.
• the goddess of fortune Kathās. lx, 119
• a metre of 4 x 18 syllables (cf. a-, niś-, puṃścalī, cāla.)
⋙ calakarṇa
○karṇa m. (in astron.) the changeable hypothenuse ('the true distance of a planet from the earth' W.) Sūryas. ii, 41 and 51
⋙ calakuṇḍala
○kuṇḍala m. N. of a man Pravar. i, 1 (cf. MatsyaP.)
⋙ calaketu
○ketu m. (in astron.) N. of a moving Ketu VarBṛS. xi, 33
⋙ calaghnī
○ghnī f. Trigonella corniculata L.
⋙ calacañcu
○cañcu m. 'moving its beak', the Greek partridge L.
⋙ calacitta
○citta mf(ā)n. fickle-minded MBh. xiii R. iii, v [Page 391, Column 2]
• (ifc.) Bhartṛ. iii, 78
• m. N. of a man, Tantr
• n. fickleness of mind Mn. ix, 15
-tā f. id. Hit. i, 4, 43
• frivolity R. vi, 111, 19
⋙ calatā
○tā f. shaking, tremulous motion Suśr. i, 32, 1
⋙ calatva
○tva n. id. Hariv. 2893 Megh. 94
⋙ caladanta
○danta m. a loose tooth W.
⋙ caladala
○dala m. 'tremulous-leaved', Ficus religiosa L.
⋙ caladruma
○druma m. Tribulus lanuginosus L.
⋙ calaniketa
○niketa mfn. having a perishable abode Āp. i, 22, 4
⋙ calapattra
○pattra m. = -dala L.
⋙ calapuccha
○puccha m. Coracias indica Npr.
⋙ calaprakṛti
○prakṛti mfn. of unsteady or wanton nature Pañcat. ii, 26/27
⋙ calasaṃdhi
○saṃdhi m. loose articulation of the bones, diarthrosis Suśr.
⋙ calasvabhāva
○svabhāva mf(ā)n. = -prakṛti MBh. xiii, 2225. 1
⋙ calācala
calâcala mfn. movable and immovable, locomotive and stationary W.
⋙ calātaṅka
calâtaṅka m. 'fluctuating disease', rheumatism L.
⋙ calātman
calâtman mfn. fickle-minded R. iv, 55, 7
⋙ calendriya
calêndriya mfn. having unsteady organs W.
⋙ caleṣu
calêṣu for calācal○ Pāṇ. 6-2, 108 Sch.
⋙ calormi
calôrmi mfn. having agitated waves R. i, 14, 18 Megh. 25
≫ calat
calat pr. p. √cal, q.v
⋙ calatpadam
○padam ind. so as to move W.
⋙ calatpūrṇimā
○pūrṇimā f. the fish Candraka L.
≫ calad
calad in comp. for ○lat
⋙ caladaṅga
⋙ caladaṅgaka
○aṅgaka m. 'of a palpitating body', the fish Ophiocephalus aurantiacus L.
⋙ caladgu
○gu mfn. one under whom the earth trembles BhP. i, 9, 37
≫ calana
calana mf(ā)n. moving, movable, tremulous, shaking Pāṇ. 3-2, 148 KapS. i, 129 Sch.
• moving on feet Gaut. viii, 2
• wanton (a woman), xxii, 26
• m. a foot L.
• an antelope L.
• n. shaking motion, shaking, trembling Pāṇ. 1-3, 87 ; iii, 2, 148 R. v, 36, 21 Pañcat. &c
• 'motion', action, function Vedântas. Tarkas.
• walking about, wandering, roaming MBh. xii, 3708
• turning off from (abl.), iii, 1319
• (a- neg.) Kathās. ic, 8 and Sāh. iii, 53
• the being disturbed Sarvad. iii, 174
• (ī), f. = ○naka HPariś. viii, 267
• the rope for tying an elephant L.
≫ calanaka
calanaka m. n. a short petticoat (worn by dancing girls, &c.) ŚBr. v, 2, 1, 8 Sāy. KātyŚr. xiv, 5, 3 Sch.
• (ikā), f. silken fringes Buddh. L.
≫ calanīya
calanīya mfn. to be moved or shaken W.
≫ calācala 2
calācalá mfn. (√cal redupl. Pāṇ. 6-1, 12 Vārtt. 6 ; vii, 4, 58 Pat.) ever-moving (the wheel of Saṃsāra) Divyâv. xiii, 267
• xix
• moving to and fro, movable, tremulous, unfixed, loose RV. 1, 164, 48 R. v, 42, 11 Nīt.
• unsteady, changeable MBh. v, 2758 ; xii, 4169
• m. a crow L.
• N. of a man, Tantr
⋙ calācaleṣu
calācalêṣu mfn. one whose arrow wavers or flies unsteadily Pāṇ. 6-2, 108 Kāś.
≫ calita
calita mfn. shaking, tremulous, unfixed MBh. &c
• one who has moved on MBh. Sūryas. iii, 11
• gone, departed (e.g. sa calitaḥ, 'he started off' Pañcat. Gīt. iii, 3 Hit.)
• walked Vet. iii, 1/2 (v. l.)
• being on the march (an army) L.
• moved from one's usual course, disturbed, disordered (the mind, senses, fortune, &c.) Hariv. 5669 R. &c
• caused to deviate, turned off from (abl.) Yājñ. i, 360 Bhag. vi, 37
• n. unsteady motion (of eyes) Bhartṛ. i, 4
⋙ calitasthāna
○sthāna mfn. changing its place, R (B) iv, 1, 14
≫ calitavya
calitavya n. impers. to be gone away R. iii
≫ calīkṛ
calī-√kṛ to cause to move Naish. i, 114
calas n. wood-sorrel L.
cali m. a cover W.
• a surtout W.
calita &c. See √cal
calu m. a monthful of water L.
≫ caluka
caluka m. (= cul○) id. Pañcat. i
• a small pot, gallipot L.
• N. of a man W.
cavana n. Piper Chaba L.
≫ cavi
cavi f. id. L.
≫ cavika
cavika n. id
• (ā), f. id. Suśr. vi, 39, 225 ; 42, 93
≫ cavī
cavī f. id. Kathās. vi, 151
≫ cavya
cavya n. id. Suśr. i, iv, vi
• (ā), f. id., 41, 39
• the cotton plant L.
• = vacā L.
⋙ cavyajā
○jā f. Scindapsus officinalis L.
⋙ cavyaphala
○phala m. id. L.
caṣ cl. 1. ○ṣati, to hurt Vop. (Dhātup. xvii, 43)
• P. and Ā. to eat Dhātup. xxi, 24
≫ caṣaka
caṣaka m. n. (g. ardharcâdi) a cup, wineglass Ragh. vii, 46 Hcar. viii Śiś. x &c. (ifc. f. ā Kathās. xxi, 10)
• spirituous liquor ('honey' W.) L.
• m. a second Sch. on VarBṛ. vii, 1 and 12 and xxiv
caṣā́la m. n. (g. ardharcâdi) a wooden ring on the top of a sacrificial post RV. i, 162, 6 TS. vi Kāṭh. xxvi, 4 (caśāla) ŚBr. &c
• m. a hive L.
• n. the snout of a hog MaitrS. i, 6, 3
⋙ caṣālamukha
○mukha m. N. of an Ekâha ŚāṅkhŚr. xiv, 73, 3
⋙ caṣālayūpa
○yūpa m. a sacrificial post furnished with a wooden ring at the top BhP. iv, 19, 19. [Page 391, Column 3]
⋙ caṣālavat
○vat (○ṣā́la-), mfn. furnished with a wooden ring at the top RV. iii, 8, 10
caṣṭa mfn. (√cakṣ) spoken W.
cah cl. 1. 10. ○hati, ○hayati (aor. acahīt Vop. viii, 80), to cheat Dhātup. xvii, xxxv
cākacakya n. = ujjvala-tā, Vedântaparibh
≫ cākacikya
cākacikya n. illusion Nyāyak.
≫ cākaciccā
cākaciccā f. N. of a plant L.
cākrá mfn. (fr. cakrá) carried on (a battle) with the discus Hariv. 5648
• belonging to a wheel W.
• circular W.
• m. N. of a man ŚBr. xii
≫ cākragartaka
cākragartaka mfn. fr. cakra-garta Pāṇ. 4-2, 126 Kāś.
≫ cākrapāleya
cākrapāleya fr. cakra-pāla g. sakhy-ādī
≫ cākravarmaṇa
cākravarmaṇa m. (patr. fr. cakra-varman, vi, 4, 170 Kāś.) N. of a grammarian, 1, 130 Uṇ. Sch.
≫ cākravāka
cākravāka mfn. proper for the Cakra(-vāka) bird MānGṛ. i, 14
≫ cākravākeya
cākravākeya fr. cakra-vāka g. sakhy-ādi (○vāleya [fr. cakra-vāla] Kāś.)
≫ cākravāleya
cākravāleya See ○vākeya
≫ cākrāyaṇa
cā́krāyaṇa m. (fr. cakrá g. aśvâdi Pravar. v, 1) patr. of Ushasta ŚBr. xiv, 6 ChUp. i, 10, 1
≫ cākrika
cākrika mfn. circular W.
• belonging to a wheel or discus W.
• relating to a company or circle W.
• m. a coachman, driver MBh. xii, 2646
• a potter VarBṛS. x, 9
• 'an oil-maker' and 'a companion' Rājat. vi, 272
• a companion, v, 267
• a proclaimer Yājñ. i, 165 Hariv. 9047
• a bard W.
⋙ cākrikatā
○tā f. companionship Rājat. iv, 688
≫ cākriṇa
cākriṇa m. patr. fr. cakrin Pāṇ. 6-4, 166 Sch.
≫ cākreya
cākreya fr. cakrá g. sakhy-ādi (not in Kāś.)
cākṣuṣá mf(ī)n. (fr. cákṣus) consisting in sight, depending on or produced from sight, proper or belonging or relating to the sight VS. xiii, 56 ŚBr. xiv KaṭhUp. Mālav. i, 4
• (a- neg.) Sarvad. x, 112
• (with vidyā, a magical science) conferring the power of seeing anything MBh. i, 6478
• perceptible by the eye KaushUp. Suśr. Pāṇ. 4-2, 92 Kāś.
• (a- neg.) KapS. i, 61
• relating to Manu Cākshusha Hariv. 279 BhP. iv, 30, 49
• m. patr. AV. xvi, 7, 7
• N. of Agni (author of several Sāmans)
• of an author Ragh. v, 50 Mall.
• of the 6th Manu (with 5 others descending from Manu Svāyambhuva Mn. i, 62
• son of Viśvakarman by Ākṛiti BhP. vi, 6, 15
• son of Cakshus, viii, 5, 17) MBh. xiii, 1315 Hariv. BhP.
• N. of a son of Ripu by Bṛihatī (father of a Manu) Hariv. 69
• of a son of Kaksheyu (or Anu VP. iv, 18, 1) and brother of Sabhā-nara Hariv. 1669
• of a son of Khanitra BhP. ix, 2, 24
• m. pl. a class of deities in the 14th Manv-antara, viii, 13, 35
• n. = -jñāna W.
⋙ cākṣuṣajñāna
○jñāna n. knowledge which depends on vision W.
⋙ cākṣuṣatva
○tva n. perceptibility of sight Tarkas. 105
cākṣmá mfn. (√kṣam) for bearing, gracious (Brahmaṇaspati) RV. ii, 24, 9
cākhāyitṛ mfn. (Intens. √khan) Pāṇ. 6-4, 22 Vārtt. 11
cāṅga m. = ○gerī L. Sch.
• n. (fr. caṅga) whiteness or beauty of the teeth W.
≫ cāṅgerī
cāṅgerī f. wood-sorrel Hariv. 4652 Suśr. vi
cāca-puṭa = caccat-p○
cācari m. (Intens. √car) 'moving quickly', N. of a wrestler Rājat. vii, 1514
cācali mfn. (Intens. √cal) moving much or repeatedly Vop. xxvi, 154 (cf. á-vi-)
≫ cāñcalya
cāñcalya n. (fr. cañcala) unsteadiness, transitoriness Rājat. vii, 162
cāñcava n. (fr. cañcu) celebrity for (in comp.) Daś. i, 223 (vḷ.)
cāṭa m. a cheat, rogue Yājñ. i, 335 (cf. Pañcat.) Mṛicch. (Prākṛit) VarYogay. Hcat. BhavP.
⋙ cāṭabhaṭa
○bhaṭa m. for cāra-bh○ (?) Inscr. (? 940 AḌ.)
≫ cāṭakadeśa
cāṭaka-deśa m. N. of a country Kālakâc.
≫ cāṭakāyana
cāṭakāyana m. patr. fr. caṭaka g. 1. naḍâdi
≫ cāṭakaira
cāṭakaira m. (fr. caṭakā Pāṇ. 4-1, 128) a young sparrow Hcar. viii
cāṭalikā f. N. of a locality Rājat. viii, 766. [Page 392, Column 1] Contents of this page
cāṭi-grāma m. N. of a place
cāṭu m. n. sg. and pl. (cf. caṭu) pleasing or graceful words or discourse, flattery Hariv. 1144 Pañcat. Kād. Hcar. &c
• = piciṇḍa L.
• mfn. pleasing (?) Rājat. i, 213
• speaking distinctly L.
⋙ cāṭukāra
○kāra mfn. speaking agreeably or kindly, flattering, flatterer Pāṇ. 3-2, 23 Megh. 32 Rājat. v, 351 Sāh. iii, 82
⋙ cāṭukārin
○kārin m. id. L.
⋙ cāṭupaṭu
○paṭu m. a jester (bhaṇḍa) L.
⋙ cāṭulola
○lola mfn. (= caṭul-l○) elegantly tremulous L.
⋙ cāṭuvacana
○vacana n. a pleasing word, flattery Gīt. xi, 2
⋙ cāṭuvaṭu
○vaṭu m. = -paṭu L.
⋙ cāṭuśata
○śata n. a hundred entreaties Bhartṛ. ii, 26
⋙ cāṭūkti
cāṭū7kti f. = ○ṭu-vacana, Śuk
≫ cāṭuka
cāṭuka m. pl. pleasing words BhP. xi, 5
⋙ cāṭukaśata
○śata n. = ○Tu-z○ Sarasv. (cf. Kpr. iv, 13a Sch.) Sāh. iii, 60/61
cāṇaka m. pl. of ○kya g. kaṇvâdi
≫ cāṇakīna
cāṇakīna mfn. fit for (being sown) with the chick-pea (caṇaka) L. Sch.
≫ cāṇakya
cāṇakya mfn. made of chick-peas Bhpr. v, 11, 37
• composed by Cāṇakya Cāṇ.
• m. (g. gargâdi) patr. fr. Caṇaka (son of Caṇin HPariś. viii, 200), N. of a minister of Candra-gupta (said to have destroyed the Nanda dynasty
• reputed author of -śloka q.v., 'the Machiavelli of India') Pañcat. Mudr. Kathās. v, 109 ff
⋙ cāṇakyamūlaka
○mūlaka n. a kind of radish (kauṭilya) L.
⋙ cāṇakyaśloka
○śloka m. pl. Cāṇakya's Ślokas on morals and principles of government W.
cāṇārarūpya mfn. fr. caṇ○ Pāṇ. 4-2, 104 Vārtt. 2 f. Pat.
cāṇūra m. N. of a prince MBh. ii, 121 ; v, 4410 Hariv. 6726
• of a wrestler in Kaṃsa's service (slain by Kṛishṇa
• identified with the Daitya Varāha) Hariv. (cānūra, 2361 and 10407) Vop. xxiii, 24
⋙ cāṇūramardana
○mardana m. 'Cāṇūra-conqueror', Kṛishṇa Gal.
⋙ cāṇūrasūdana
○sūdana m. id. L. Sch.
cāṇḍa m. patr. fr. cáṇḍa g. śivâdi
• n. violence &c., g. pṛthv-ādi
cāṇḍālá m. = caṇḍ○ (Ved. Pāṇ. 5-4, 36 Vārtt. 1) VS. xxx, 21 ŚBr. xiv Kauś. Mn. &c
• the worst among (in comp. Mn. ix, 87 MBh. xii f
• gen. Cāṇ.)
• (ī), f. a Caṇḍāla woman Mn. viii, 373 BhP. vi, 3, 12
• (said of a woman on the first day of her courses) Vet. i, 10
• the plant Liṅginī L.
• (with bhāṣā) the language of the Caṇḍālas Sāh. vi, 163
⋙ cāṇḍālaveśa
○veśa mfn. clothed like a Caṇḍāla Prab. iii, 12/13
≫ cāṇḍālaka
cāṇḍālaka n. anything made by a Caṇḍāla, g. kulālâdi
• m. N. of a man Pravar. ii, 1, 2
• (ikā), f. = caṇḍ○ (the Caṇḍāla lute
• a kind of plant
• Durgā) L.
≫ cāṇḍālaki
cāṇḍālaki patr. fr. caṇḍāla Pāṇ. 4-1, 97 Pat.
≫ cāṇḍāli
cāṇḍāli m. pl. N. of a family Pravar. vi, 1
≫ cāṇḍālikāśrama
cāṇḍālikâśrama m. the hermitage of Cāṇḍālikā MBh. xiii, 1738 (câñjal○, B)
≫ cāṇḍālinī
cāṇḍālinī f. N. of a goddess Tantras.
cātaka m. the bird Cucculus melanoleucus (said to subsist on rain-drops) Śak. vii, 7 Ragh. xvii, 15 Megh. &c
• (ī), f. the female of the Cātaka bird Kathās. cxxiii
⋙ cātakānandana
cātakânandana m. 'Cātaka's delight', the rainy season L.
⋙ cātakāṣṭaka
cātakâṣṭaka n. the 8 verses on the Cātaka bird
≫ cātaki
cātaki m. N. of a man MatsyaP. cxciv, 23
cātana mfn. (√cat, Caus.) ifc. 'driving away', See abhiśasti-, amīva-, arāya-, durṇāma-, piśāca-, bhrātṛvya-, yātu-, sadānvā-, and sapatna-cā́tana
• m. N. of the Ṛishi of the Cātana verses AV. Anukr.
• n. certain verses of the AV. (for exorcising demons) Kauś. 8 ; 25 ; 80 ; 136
cātura 1
cātura mfn. (fr. catúr) drawn by 4 (a carriage) Pāṇ. 4-2, 92 Kāś.
≫ cāturakṣa
cāturakṣa (fr. cat○) a cast of dice with 4 dots Hariv. 6746
≫ cāturarthika
cāturarthika mfn. used in the 4 (artha or) senses (taught Pāṇ. 4-2, 67-70), iv, 2, 81 ff. Kāś.
≫ cāturāśramika
cāturāśramika mfn. being in one of the 4 periods (āśrama) of life MBh. xiv, 972
≫ cāturāśramin
cāturāśramin (ed. Calc.) for cat○, q.v
≫ cāturāśramya
cāturāśramya n. (g. caturvarṇâdi) the 4 periods of a Brāhman's life MBh. iii, 11244
• xii f
≫ cāturika
cāturika m. (fr. 1. ○ra) a charioteer L.
≫ cāturjāta
cāturjāta n. an aggregate of 4 substances Bhpr.
≫ cāturjātaka
cāturjātaka n. id. Suśr. v Bhpr. v (cf. kaṭu-)
≫ cāturtha
cāturtha mfn. (fr. cat○) treated of in the 4th (Adhyāya) Mn. ii, 56 Kull.
≫ cāturthaka
cāturthaka mfn. appearing every 4th day, quartan (fever) Suśr. Kathās. AgP. [Page 392, Column 2]
⋙ cāturthakārirasa
cāturthakârirasa m. a medicine for keeping off quartan ague
≫ cāturthāhnika
cāturthâhnika mfn. (fr. caturthâhan) belonging to the 4th day ŚāṅkhŚr. xv, 7, 1 and 8, 1
≫ cāturthika
cāturthika mfn. (fr. caturthá) id. Lāṭy. vii, 7, 29 TāṇḍyaBr. Sch.
• m. a quartan ague W.
≫ cāturdaśa
cāturdaśa mfn. (g. saṃdhivelâdi) appearing on the caturdaśī (14th day) Pāṇ. 4-2, 92 Kāś.
≫ cāturdaśika
cāturdaśika mfn. reading sacred texts on the caturdaśī Pāṇ. 4-4, 71 Kāś.
≫ cāturdaiva
cāturdaiva mfn. sacred to 4 deities (deva) Hariv. 6509
≫ cāturdhākāraṇika
cāturdhākāraṇika mfn. (fr. caturdhā-karaṇa) connected with a division into 4 parts ĀpŚr. ii
≫ cāturbīja
cāturbīja n. (fr. cat○) an aggregate of 4 kinds of aromatic seed Npr.
≫ cāturbhadra
cāturbhadra n. (fr. cat○) a collection of 4 medicinal plants L.
≫ cāturbhadraka
cāturbhadraka n. id. Bhpr. vii, 8, 146 and 206
≫ cāturbhuji
cāturbhuji a son of Catur-bhuja, Śivak. 541
≫ cāturbhautika
cāturbhautika mfn. consisting of 4 elements (catur-bhūta) KapS. iii, 18 Nyāyas. iii, 1 Sch.
≫ cāturmahārājakāyika
cāturmahārājakāyika (pl.) = cat○ Buddh.
≫ cāturmahārājika
cāturmahārājika m. (= cat○) Vishṇu MBh. xii, 12864
• m. pl. = ○jakāyika Buddh.
≫ cāturmāsa
cāturmāsa mfn. produced in 4 months W.
≫ cāturmāsaka
cāturmāsaka mfn. one who performs the Cāturmāsya sacrifices Pāṇ. 5-1, 94 Vārtt. 5
≫ cāturmāsika
cāturmāsika mfn. occurring every 4 months (the fourth kind of pratikramaṇa) Jain. Sch.
≫ cāturmāsin
cāturmāsin mfn. = ○saka Pāṇ. 5-1, 94 Vārtt. 5
≫ cāturmāsī
cāturmāsī f. (of ○syá
• scil. paurṇamāsī) full-moon day at the Cāturmāsya sacrifices Vārtt. 5 and 7
≫ cāturmāsya
cāturmāsyá n. beginning of a season of 4 months MBh. xii, 1007
• pl. N. of the 3 sacrifices performed at the beginning of the 3 seasons of 4 months (viz. vaiśvadevám, varuṇa-praghāsā́ḥ, sākam-edhā́ḥ) TS. i, 6, 10
TBr. if. ŚBr. ĀśvŚr. KātyŚr. Mn. &c
• mfn. belonging to such sacrifices ŚBr. xiii, 2, 5 KātyŚr. xxii MuṇḍUp. i, 2, 3
⋙ cāturmāsyakārikā
○kārikā f. N. of wk
⋙ cāturmāsyatva
○tva n. the state of a CṭCāturmāsya sacrifice Kāṭh. xxxvi, 2
⋙ cāturmāsyadevatā
○devatā́ f. the deity of a Cāturmāsya sacrifice ŚBr. xiii
⋙ cāturmāsyayājin
○yājín mfn. = ○saka, ii, x
≫ cāturvarṇya
cāturvarṇya n. (g. caturvarṇâdi) the four castes Mn. x ; xii, 1 and 97 MBh. R. i, 1, 92 and 27, 16
≫ cāturviṃśaka
cāturviṃśaka fr. caturviṃśá q.v
≫ cāturviṃśika
cāturviṃśika mfn. belonging to the 24th day ŚāṅkhŚr. xii, 27, 4
≫ cāturvidya
cāturvidya mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 124 Siddh.) = cat○ MBh. iii, 8227 Rājat. v, 158
• n. the 4 Vedas
• fourfold knowledge (viz. of dharma, artha, kāma, mokṣa Nīlak.) MBh. xii, 1574 and 1837 Hariv. 9769
≫ cāturvidhya
cāturvidhya n. (fr. cátur-vidha) the being fourfold Hariv. ii, 114, 16 Sarvad. ii, x ; xiii, 78
≫ cāturvedya
cāturvedya n. (fr. catur-veda) a number of men versed in the 4 Vedas Vas. iii, 20
≫ cāturvaidya
cāturvaidya mfn. (fr. catur-vidyā g. anuśatikâdi
• fr. -veda Pāṇ. 5-1, 124 Siddh.) versed in the 4 Vedas MBh. v, 4741
• m. = ○rvedya Baudh.
• knowledge of the 4 Vedas, g. brāhmaṇâdi
≫ cāturhotṛka
cāturhotṛka mf(ī)n. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-3, 72 Kāś.) relating to the Catur-hotṛi service MānGṛ. i, 23 MaitrS. i, 9, colophon
≫ cāturhotra
cāturhotra mfn. performed by the 4 chief priests (Hotṛi, Adhvaryu, Udgātṛi, and Brahman) ĀtrAnukr. BhP. i, 4, 19 TĀr. iii Sāy. Introd
• n. a sacrifice performed by 4 priests MBh. xii, xiv Hariv. 3772 ; 10404 (v. l. cat○) BhP. v, 7, 5 ; vii, 3, 30 (vḷ. catur-hotraka)
• the duties of the 4 chief priests MBh. xii BhP. ii f
• the 4 chief priests (collectively) MBh. v, xiv R. i BhP. iv, 24, 37
≫ cāturhotriya
cāturhotriyá mfn. attended by 4 chief priests (Agni) TĀr. i, 22, 11
≫ cāturhotrīyabrāhmaṇa
cāturhotrīya-brāhmaṇa n. N. of a particular chapter (called Brāhmaṇa) TĀr. iii, 8, 1 Sāy.
≫ cātuścaraṇika
cātuścaraṇika mfn. versed in a branch (caraṇa) of each of the 4 Vedas Hcat.
• (ā), f. the 4 Vedas ib.
≫ cātuḥśabdya
cātuḥśabdya^ n. 4 moods of expression (śabda) Pat. on Pāṇ. 2-3, 69 Vārtt. 2, and iii, 1, 43
≫ cātuṣkoṭika
cātuṣkoṭika mfn. divided into 4 parts (koṭi) Buddh. L.
≫ cātuṣṭaya
cātuṣṭaya mfn. (fr. cát○) versed in the Sūtras consisting of 4 sections Pāṇ. 4-2, 65 Kāś.
≫ cātuṣpatha
cātuṣpatha mfn. being on a cross-way (cat○) ĀpŚr. viii, 18, 1
≫ cātuṣprāśya
cātuṣprâśyá mfn. (fr. catuṣ-prâśa Pāṇ. 5-4, 36 Vārtt. 4) enough for 4 persons to eat ŚBr. ii, xi
• m. (scil. odana) id. KātyŚr. Lāṭy.
• n. id. TS. vi
≫ cātuṣprāharika
cātuṣprāharika mfn. presented (as gifts) on 4 occasions Siṃhâs.3 i, 59. [Page 392, Column 3]
≫ cātuḥṣaṣṭika
cātuḥṣaṣṭika^ mfn. relating to the 64 (catuḥṣaṣṭi) Kalās Vātsyāy. i, 3, 14
≫ cātuḥsāgarika
cātuḥsāgarika^ mf(ī)n. relating to the 4 oceans (sāgara) R. iv, 16, 43
≫ cātuḥsvarya
cātuḥsvarya^ n. the use of 4 (svara) accents, (viz. traisvarya and eka-śruti) Bhāshik. ii, 36 Nyāyam. ix, 2, 15 Sch. ĀpGṛ. iv, 17 Sch.
cātura 2
cātura mfn. (fr. 2. cat○) clever, shrewd L.
• speaking kindly, flattering L.
• visible L.
• governing L.
• m. a small round pillow L. (cf. galla-cāturī)
• (ī), f. (= ○rya Siddhnapuṃs. 4 Vop. iv, 12) dexterity, cleverness Prasannar. ii, 8/9 ; iii, 13/14 Vcar. vi, 12
• amiableness Sāh. x, 84
≫ cāturaka
cāturaka mfn. flattering L.
• visible L.
• governing L.
• m. a small round pillow L.
≫ cāturya
cāturya n. (= ○rī Siddhnapuṃs. 4 Vop. iv) dexterity Sarvad. xiii, 134 Subh.
• amiableness MBh. i, 3905 R. i, 6, 3 Bhartṛ. i, 3 Sāh. iii, 59/60
⋙ cāturyacintāmaṇi
○cintāmaṇi m. N. of Vop. Vop.
cāttarātra m. patr. fr. catta-r○, N. of Jamad-agni, Nidān. viii, 4
≫ cāttra
cāttra m. a spindle PārGṛ. i, 15, 4 Gobh. ii, 7
• the peg (used with the araṇi) KātyŚr. iv Sch.
cātvāriṃśa n. 'consisting of 40 (catvāriṃśát) Adhyāyas', the AitBr. Pāṇ. 5-1, 62
≫ cātvāriṃśatka
cātvāriṃśatka mfn. bought for 40, 22 Kāś.
cā́tvāla m. n. (= catv○) a hole in the ground for constructing the Uttara-vedi TS. vi f. TBr. i ŚBr. iii KātyŚr. ĀśvŚr. Lāṭy.
• Kuśa grass (darbha) Uṇ. i, 115 Sch.
⋙ cātvālavat
○vat mfn. (a sacrifice) for which this hole is excavated ĀśvŚr. i, 1, 6
cānarāṭa N. of a place Pāṇ. 6-2
cānūra for cāṇūra, q.v
cāndana mf(ī)n. consisting of sandal-wood (cand○) Bhartṛ. ii, 98 Prasannar. vi, 32
≫ cāndanagandhika
cāndanagandhika mfn. (fr. candana-gandha) smelling of sandal Pāṇ. 4-2, 65 (not all MSS.)
cāndra mf(ī)n. (fr. candrá) lunar Jyot. VarBṛS. Sūryas. Kathās. &c
• composed by Candra, Prauḍh
• m. a lunar month (cf. gauṇa, mukhya) L.
• the light half of a month W.
• the moon-stone L.
• a pupil of the grammarian Candra Siddh. on Pāṇ. 3-2, 26 and vii, 2, 10 Prauḍh. Vop. Sch.
• n. (scil. vrata) the penance Cāndrāyaṇa (q.v.), Prāyaśc
• (scil. ahan) Monday Vishṇ. lxxviii, 2
• (ī), f. moonlight L.
• a kind of Solanum L.
• Serratula anthelminthica L.
• N. of a princess Rājat. vii, 1503
⋙ cāndramāsa
○māsa m. a lunar month
⋙ cāndravatsara
○vatsara m. the lunar year
⋙ cāndrākhya
cāndrâkhya n. fresh ginger L.
≫ cāndraka
cāndraka mfn. lunar, Kālam
• n. dried ginger L.
≫ cāndragupta
cāndragupta mfn. belonging to Candra-gupta HPariś. viii, 322
≫ cāndrapura
cāndrapura m. pl. the inhabitants of Candrapura VarBṛS. xiv, 5
≫ cāndrabhāgā
cāndrabhāgā f. = candr○ g. śoṇâdi
≫ cāndrabhāgi
cāndrabhāgi m. (fr. candra-bhāga) a patr. of Agni-veśa Car. i, 13, 98
≫ cāndrabhāgī
cāndrabhāgī f. = vana-rāji Gaṇar. 52 Sch.
≫ cāndrabhāgeya
cāndrabhāgeya m. metron. fr. candra-bhāgā Pāṇ. 4-i, 113 Kāś.
≫ cāndrabhāgyā
cāndrabhāgyā f. = ○gā ib.
≫ cāndrama
cāndrama mfn. for ○masá, lunar Nidānas. v
≫ cāndramasa
cāndramasá mf(ī)n. (fr. candrá-mas) lunar, relating to the moon AV. xix, 9, 10 ŚBr. xi, 1, 5, 3 ĀśvŚr. &c
• m. pl. N. of a family Pravar. i, 1 (○si MatsyaP.)
• n. the constellation Mṛiga-śiras L.
• (ī), f. N. of Bṛihaspati's wife MBh. iii, 14130
≫ cāndramasāyana
cāndramasāyana m. = candra-ja L.
≫ cāndramasāyani
cāndramasāyani m. id., g. tikâdi
≫ cāndravratika
cāndravratika mfn. acting in the manner (vrata) of the moon Mn. ix, 309
≫ cāndrāyaṇa
cāndrâyaṇa m. an observer of the moon's course (candr○) TāṇḍyaBr. xvii, 13, 17 Sch.
• pl. N. of a family Pravar. i, 2 and ii, 4, 1
• n. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 72
• scil. vrata) a fast regulated by the moon, the food being diminished every day by one mouthful for the dark fortnight, and increased in like manner during the light fortnight (cf. pipīlikāmadhya, yava-madhya or ○dhyama) Mn. vi, 20
• xi, 41 and 106-217 Yājñ. iii, 324 ff. Pañcat. i, 11, 27 ; iii, 3, 2
⋙ cāndrāyaṇabhakta
○bhakta mfn. inhabited by Cāndrâyaṇas, g. aiṣukāry-ādi
⋙ cāndrāyaṇavidhāna
○vidhāna n. the Cāndrâyaṇa fast W.
⋙ cāndrāyaṇavrata
○vrata n. id. Hit. i, 4, 2/3
≫ cāndrāyaṇika
cāndrâyaṇika mfn. performing the Cāndrâyaṇa fast Pāṇ. 5-1, 72. [Page 393, Column 1] Contents of this page
≫ cāndri
cāndri m. = candra-ja VarYogay. iv, 19
cāndhanāyana m. patr. of Ānanda-ja VBr. i, 16 (cf. aupacandhani.)
cāpa m. n. (fr. capa g. tālâdi) a bow Mn. vii, 192 MBh. &c
• (in geom.) an arc Sūryas. ii f. vi, xi
• Sagittarius VarBṛS.
• a rainbow (cf. indraśakra-) BhP. i, 11, 28
• a kind of astron. instrument Gol. xi, 2 and 5
• a particular constellation (= dhanus) VarBṛ. xii, 18
• m. N. of a family
⋙ cāpaguṇa
○guṇa m. a bow-string R. iii, 33, 16 &c
⋙ cāpadāsī
○dāsī f. N. of a river Hariv. 9515
⋙ cāpadhara
○dhara mfn. bow-armed R. ii, 86, 22
• m. Sagittarius VarBṛ. Sch.
⋙ cāpapaṭa
○paṭa m. Buchanania latifolia L.
⋙ cāpayaṣṭi
○yaṣṭi f. a bow Kathās. lxxxv, 7
⋙ cāpalatā
○latā f. id., cviii, 134
⋙ cāpalekhā
○lekhā f. N. of a woman, lī, 248
⋙ cāpavaṭa
○vaṭa m. = -paṭa L. (cf. upa-v○)
⋙ cāpaveda
○veda m. = dhanur-v○ L.
⋙ cāpācārya
cāpâcārya m. an instructor in archery Bālar. ii, 37
⋙ cāpādhiropa
cāpâdhiropa m. stringing and bending a bow Prasannar. i, 45
⋙ cāpāropaṇa
cāpâropaṇa n. id., 32/33
⋙ cāpotkaṭa
cāpôtkaṭa m. N. of a family Ratnak.
≫ cāpaya
cāpaya Nom. ○yati, (in geom.) to reduce to a bow-form Āryabh. iv, 25 Sch.
≫ cāpin
cāpin mfn. bow-armed MBh. xii, 10406
• m. Sagittarius Horāś.
cāpaḍa N. of a village Kshitîs. iv
cāpala n. (fr. cap○ g. yuvâdi) mobility, swiftness Ragh. iii, 42 BhP. vii, 12, 20
• agitation, unsteadiness, fickleness, inconsiderateness, insolence Gaut. ix, 50 Pāṇ. 8-1, 12 Vārtt. 5 MBh. &c
⋙ cāpalāśraya
cāpalâśraya m. unsteadiness W.
≫ cāpalāyana
cāpalāyana m. patr. fr. capala g. aśvâdi
≫ cāpalya
cāpalya n. (g. brāhmaṇâdi) mobility Cāṇ.
• agitation, unsteadiness, fickleness, flurry Yājñ. i, 112 ; iii, 279 R. iii, v Pañcat. i, 1, 0/1 Sāh. iii, 170
cāpāla N. of a Caitya Divyâv.
cāppaṭṭakya m. patr. fr. cappaṭṭaka g. kurv-ādi (cf. Gaṇar. 209)
≫ cāphaṭṭaki
cāphaṭṭaki m. patr. fr. caphaṭṭaka g. taulvaly-ādi
≫ cāphaṭṭakya
cāphaṭṭakya m. id., g. kurv-ādi (cf. Gaṇar.)
cābukā f. a small pillow W.
cāmara mfn. coming from the Yak (cam○) BhP. viii, 10, 13
• belonging to a chowrie L.
• m. = cam○ (q.v.), a chowrie Bhoj.
• n. id. (a kind of plume on the heads of horses &c. Śak. Vikr. Kād.) MBh. &c. (ifc. f. ā Kum. vii, 42)
• a metre of 4 x 15 syllables
• = daṇḍa (a stick) L.
• (ā), f. id. L.
• (ā, ī), f. a chowrie L. Sch.
⋙ cāmaragrāha
○grāha m. a chowrie-bearer, g. revaty-ādi
⋙ cāmaragrāhika
○"ṣgrāhika m. patr. fr. ○ha ib.
⋙ cāmaragrāhiṇī
○grāhiṇī f. a female chowriebearer Kād. Bhartṛ. iii, 67 Hcat.
⋙ cāmaradhāri
○dhāri f. id. Śak. ii, 0/1, 12 Sch.
⋙ cāmaradhāriṇī
○dhāriṇī f. id. Bālar. iv, 8/9
⋙ cāmarapuṣpa
○puṣpa m. 'chowrie-blossomed', Mangifera indica L.
• the betel-nut tree L.
• Pandanus odoratissimus L.
• = ○ṣpaka L.
⋙ cāmarapuṣpaka
○puṣpaka m. Saccharum spontaneum L.
⋙ cāmaravyajana
○vyajana n. a chowrie MBh. i, vi Hariv. 1290 R. iii, 9, 7
⋙ cāmarasāhvaya
○sâhvaya m. = -puṣpaka Suśr. iv, 17, 36
≫ cāmarika
cāmarika m. = ○ra-grāha Buddh. L.
≫ cāmarikā
cāmarikā f. a cluster Hcar. v, 416 (v. l.)
≫ cāmarin
cāmarin m. 'plume-adorned', a horse L.
cāmasāyana m. patr. fr. camasin g. 1. naḍâdi
≫ cāmasya
cāmasya m. patr. fr. camasá g. gargâdi
cāmīkara n. gold
MBh. R. Kum. Vikr. VarBṛS. BhP.
• m. the thorn-apple W.
⋙ cāmīkaraprakhya
○prakhya mfn. gold-like Nal. xxi, 11
⋙ cāmīkaramaya
○maya mf(ī)n. = ○rīya Hcat. i, 5, 1235 and 7, 520
⋙ cāmīkarācala
cāmīkarâcala m. 'gold-mountain', Meru Kād.
⋙ cāmīkarādri
cāmīkarâdri m. id. Kalyāṇam. 23
≫ cāmīkarīya
cāmīkarīya mfn. golden Kum. xiii, 22 and 28
cāmuṇḍa m. N. of an author L. Sch.
• (ā), f. a form of Durgā (cf. carma-muṇḍā) Mālatīm. Kathās. Rājat. MārkP. lxxxvii, 25 (fr. caṇḍa and muṇḍa)
• one of the 7 mothers L. Sch.
• one of the 8 Nāyikās of Durgā BrahmaP. ii, 61, 80
• (ī), f. N. of a town Hcar. vi
≫ cāmuṇḍā
cāmuṇḍā f. of ○ḍa, q.v
⋙ cāmuṇḍātantra
○tantra n. N. of wk. Ānand. 31 Sch.
⋙ cāmuṇḍāmantra
○mantra m. pl. prayers addressed to Cāmuṇḍā Tantras. ii
cāmpilā f. a river L.
cāmpeya m. (fr. campā) Michelia Campaka ŚārṅgP.
• Mesua ferrea L.
• = ○yaka L.
• a prince of Campā Rājat. viii, 540 [Page 393, Column 2]
• N. of a son of Viśvā-mitra MBh. xiii, 257
• m. n. gold L.
≫ cāmpeyaka
cāmpeyaka n. a filament (esp. of a lotus) L.
cāmya n. (√cam
cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 126) food W.
cāy (cf. √2. and √3. ci), cl. 1. cā́yati (impf. acāyat TS. &c
• aor. acāyīt, or acāsīt Vop. viii, 128
• 1. sg. acāyiṣam AV. vii, 89, 1
• ind. p. cāyitvā́), to observe, perceive, notice (cf. Nir. xi, 5) MaitrS. i, 9, 3 f. Kāṭh. TāṇḍyaBr. v, xv
• to fear, be afraid of (acc.) AV. vii ; ix, 1, 1 TS. ii, vi: Ā. (pr. p. 1. cā́yamāna) to behave respectfully RV. vii, 18, 8 ; x, 94, 14: Intens. cekīyate Pāṇ. 6-1, 21
• [cf. céru, ?, ?.]
≫ cāyaka
cāyaka mfn. Pāṇ. 6-1, 78 Kāś.
≫ cāyanīya
cāyanīya mfn. 'perceptible' Nir. xii, 6 and 16
≫ cāyamāna 2
cāyamāná m. patr. of Abhyāvartin RV. vi, 27, 5 and 8
• (for 1. cā́y○ See s.v. √cāy.)
≫ cāyitṛ
cāyitṛ mfn. one who observes Nir. v, 25
≫ cāyu
cāyú mfn. showing respect RV. iii, 24, 4
cāra m. (√car) = cara, a spy Mn. vii, ix MBh. i, 5604 R. Mṛicch. Kathās.
• going, motion, progression, course (of asterisms VarBṛS. BhP. v, 22, 12) ChUp. vii, 1, 5 R. &c
• wandering about, travelling W.
• 'proceeding', See kāma-
• practising MBh. v, 1410
• a bond, fetter L.
• a prison L.
• Buchanania latifolia Bhpr.
• n. a factitious poison L. (v. l. for vāra)
• (ī), f. a particular step (in dancing)
• a trap, snare HPariś. i, 353
⋙ cāracakṣus
○cakṣus mfn. = -dṛś Mn. ix, 256 R. iii, 37, 9
• n. a spy employed like an eye Yājñ. ii, 3/4
⋙ cāracaṇa
○caṇa mfn. graceful in gait W.
⋙ cāracuñcu
○cuñcu mfn. id. W.
⋙ cārajyā
○jyā for cara-
⋙ cāratūla
○tūla n. (= cāmara) a chowrie Gal.
⋙ cāradṛś
○dṛś mfn. 'spy-eyed', employing spies like eyes Naish. i, 13
⋙ cārapatha
○patha m. a cross-way L.
⋙ cārapāla
○pāla m. a secret agent Divyâv. xxxvii
⋙ cārapuruṣa
○puruṣa m. a spy Hariv. 10102 Kād.
⋙ cārabhaṭa
○bhaṭa m. a (valorous) soldier Bhartṛ. Hcar. vii
• (ī), f. heroism L.
⋙ cāravāyu
○vāyu m. summer-air L.
⋙ cārādhikāra
cārâdhikāra m. a spy's office or duty Bālar. iv, 11/12
⋙ cārādhikārin
cārâdhikārin m. = ○rapāla Kathās. ciii, 79
⋙ cārāntarita
cārântarita m. id. W.
⋙ cārekṣaṇa
cārêkṣaṇa mfn. = ○ra-dṛś Śiś. ii, 82
≫ cāraka
cāraka mfn. ifc. proceeding R. iii, 66, 18
• (√car, Caus.) setting in motion MBh. xiv, 42, 29
• composed by Caraka Pāṇ. 4-3, 107 Kāś.
• m. a spy MBh. ii, 172 (cf. Pañcat. ī) and iv, 911
• (√car, Caus. Pāṇ. 7-3, 34 Kāś.) a driver, herdsman (cf. go-) L.
• = bhojaka L.
• an associate, companion (saṃcāraka) L.
• a fetter L.
• a prison Lalit. xv Daś. vii
• Buchanania latifolia L.
• (ikā), f. 'a female attendant', See antaḥpura-
• journey (of Buddha) Lalit. Divyâv.
• a cock-roach Npr.
⋙ cārakatrirātra
○tri-rātra m. a particular ceremony lasting three days (prescribed by Caraka or by the Carakas?) Pāṇ. 6-2, 97 Kāś.
≫ cārakīṇa
cārakīṇa mfn. fit for a wandering religious student (cáraka) Pāṇ. 5-1, 11
≫ cāraṭikā
cāraṭikā f. the indigo plant L.
≫ cāraṭī
cāraṭī f. Flacourtia cataphracta Car. vi, 14, 36 Bhpr. vii, 64, 6
• Hibiscus mutabilis L. (○riṭī Gal.)
≫ cāraṇa
cāraṇa mfn. depending on a Vedic school (caraṇa) Āp.
• belonging to the same Vedic school ('reading the scripture' W.) Gaut.
• m. a wandering actor or singer Mn. xii, 44 MBh. v, 1039 and 1442 VarBṛS. Pañcat. &c
• a celestial singer
MBh. R. Śak. BhP. Gīt. i, 2
• a spy BhP. iv, 16, 12 Bālar.
• n. (√car, Caus.) 'pasturing, tending', See go-
• a kind of process applied to mercury
• (ī), f. a female celestial singer Bālar. ix, 21/22 ff
• Hibiscus mutabilis Npr.
⋙ cāraṇatva
○tva n. a wandering actor's profession, dancing Rājat. v, 418
⋙ cāraṇadāra
○dāra m. pl. wandering actors' wives, female dancers Mn. viii, 362
⋙ cāraṇaikamaya
cāraṇâika-maya mf(ī)n. inhabited only by wandering actors Kathās. xxiii, 85
≫ cāraṇavidya
cāraṇavidya or m. pl. (fr. caranavidyā) N. of a school of AV. Caraṇ.
⋙ cāraṇavaidya
cāraṇaḍvaidya m. pl. (fr. caranavidyā) N. of a school of AV. Caraṇ.
≫ cāratha
cā́ratha mfn. wandering RV. viii, 46, 31
≫ cārāyaṇa
cārāyaṇa m. patr. (fr. cara g. 1. naḍâdi) N. of an author Vātsyāy. Introd. and i, 4, 25 ; 5, 22 and 37
• (ī), f. Pāṇ. 4-1, 63 Kāś.
≫ cārāyaṇaka
cārāyaṇaka mfn. derived from the Cārāyaṇas Pāṇ. 4-3, 80 Kāś.
≫ cārāyaṇīya
cārāyaṇīya mfn. composed by Cārāyaṇa (a Śikshā)
• m. pl. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 89 Sch., not in Kāś.) Cārāyaṇa's school (of the black Yajur-veda) Caraṇ.
≫ cārika
cārika See brahma-, māsa-
• (ā), f. See ○raka
≫ cāriṭī
cāriṭī f. See ○raṭī
≫ cārita
cārita mfn. set in motion Rājat. iv, 653
• caused to be done by (instr.) MBh. xii, 11584. [Page 393, Column 3]
≫ cāritārthya
cāritârthya n. (fr. caritârtha) attainment of an object KapS. iii, 69
• fitness R. (B) i, 2, 38 Sch.
≫ cāritra
cāritra m. (√car, cf. śāmitra) 'moving', N. of a Marut Hariv. 11547
• n. (= car○) proceeding, manner of acting, conduct R. iii, iv Pañcat. (ifc. f. ā)
• good conduct, good character, reputation Hariv. 10204 Nal. R. &c. ('life in accordance with the 5 great vows' Jain.)
• peculiar observance, peculiarity of customs or conditions W.
• a ceremony Buddh. L.
• (ā), f. the tamarind tree L.
⋙ cāritrakavaca
○kavaca mfn. cased in the armour of good conduct W.
⋙ cāritravatī
○vatī f. N. of a Samādhi Buddh. L.
⋙ cāritrasiṃhagaṇi
○siṃha-gaṇi m. N. of an author
≫ cāritrin
cāritrin mfn. of good conduct Subh.
≫ cāritrya
cāritrya n. good conduct MBh. R. &c
≫ cārin
cārin mfn. moving MBh. vii, 372
• ifc. moving, walking or wandering about, living, being (e.g. ambu-, eka-, kha-, giri-, &c., qq. vv
nimeṣântara-, 'going in an instant' MBh. Hariv. 9139)
• acting, proceeding, doing, practising (e.g. dharma-, bahu-, brahma-, &c., qq.vv.) MBh. xiv, 759 R. &c
• living on Suśr.
• 'coming near', resembling, See padma-cāriṇī
• m. a foot-soldier MBh. vi, 3545
• a spy Āp.
• (iṇī), f. the plant Karuṇī L.
⋙ cārivāc
cāri-vāc f. Karkaṭa-śṛiṅgī W.
≫ cārya
cārya n. espionage Kathârṇ.
cāramika mfn. = caramam adhī7te veda vā g. vasantâdi
cārāyaṇa ○rita, &c. See cāra
cā́ru mf(us)n. (√2. can) agreeable, approved, esteemed, beloved, endeared, (Lat.) carus, dear (with dat. or loc. of the person) RV. VS. xxxv, 17 TS. iii TBr. iii, 1, 1, 9 SāṅkhŚr. i, 5, 9
• pleasing, lovely, beautiful, pretty RV. AV. MBh. &c
• ind. so as to please, agreeably (with dat.) RV. ix, 72, 7 and 86, 21 AV. vii, xii, xiv
• beautifully Hariv. Caurap.
• m. (in music) a particular vāsaka
• N. of Bṛihaspati L.
• of a son of Kṛishṇa Hariv. 6699 BhP. x, 61, 9
• of a Cakra-vartin Buddh.
• n. (v. l. for vara) saffron L. Sch.
• (vii), f. a beautiful woman L.
• splendour L.
• moonlight L.
• intelligence L.
• N. of Kubera's wife L.
⋙ cārukarṇa
○karṇa mfn. beautiful-eared W.
⋙ cārukesarā
○kesarā f. 'beautiful-filamented', a kind of Cyperus L.
• another plant (taruṇī) L.
⋙ cārugarbha
○garbha m. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa Hariv. 6698 and 9182
⋙ cārugiri
○giri m. N. of a mountain
⋙ cārugīti
○gīti f. 'pretty Gīti', a kind of metre
⋙ cārugucchā
○gucchā f. 'beautiful-graped' a vine Gal.
⋙ cārugupta
○gupta m. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa Hariv. 6698 and 9182
⋙ cārughoṇa
○ghoṇa mfn. handsome-nosed W.
⋙ cārucandra
○candra m. N. of a son of Kṛishna BhP. x, 61, 9
⋙ cārucaryā
○caryā f. N. of wk
-śataka n. N. of wk
⋙ cārucitra
○citra m. N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i, 4543 ; vii, 5594
○trâṅgada m. id., i, 2730
⋙ cārutama
○tama mfn. most beloved (with dat.) RV. v, 1, 9
• most beautiful, i, 62, 6
⋙ cārutā
○tā f. = -tvá AitBr. iv, 17
• loveliness, beauty Kum. Mālav. ii, 26/27 Śāntiś. VP.
⋙ cārutva
○tvá n. endearedness RV. x, 70, 9
⋙ cārudatta
○datta m. N. of a Brāhman Mṛicch.
• of a merchant's son Hit. i, 9, 5/6 (vḷ. -danta)
⋙ cārudarśanā
○darśanā f. a good-looking woman Nal. xvii, 13 R. i, 2, 12
⋙ cārudāru
○dāru m. Hibiscus populneoides Npr.
⋙ cārudeva
○deva m. N. of the father of the author of Hcat.
⋙ cārudeṣṇa
○deṣṇa m. N. of a son of Gaṇḍūsha Hariv. 1940
• of a son of Kṛishṇa MBh. i, iii, xiii Hariv. LiṅgaP. i, 69, 68 BhP. i, 11, 18
⋙ cārudeha
○deha m. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa, x, 61, 8
⋙ cārudharman
○dharman v. l. for -varman
⋙ cārudhāman
○dhāman m. N. of a plant (?) W.
⋙ cārudhāmā
○dhāmā or f. N. of Indra's wife Śacī L.
⋙ cārudhārā
○dhārā f. N. of Indra's wife Śacī L.
⋙ cārudhiṣṇya
○dhiṣṇya m. N. of one of the 7 Ṛishis in the 11th Manv-antara Hariv. (v. l. for uru-)
⋙ cārunālaka
○nālaka n. red lotus
⋙ cārunetra
○netra mf(ā)n. beautiful-eyed Hariv. 11789 R. v, 22, 29
• m. a kind of antelope Gal.
• (ā), f. N. of an Apsaras MBh. ii, 392
⋙ cārupattramaya
○pattra-maya mfn. made of beautiful leaves Hcat.
⋙ cārupada
○pada m. N. of a son of Namasyu BhP. ix, 20, 2
⋙ cāruparṇī
○parṇī f. 'handsome-leaved', Paederia foetida L.
⋙ cārupuṭa
○puṭa m. (in music) a kind of measure
⋙ cārupratīka
○pratīka (cā́ru-), mfn. lovely appearance RV. ii, 8, 2
⋙ cāruphalā
○phalā f. = -gucchā L.
⋙ cārubāhu
○bāhu m. 'handsome-armed', N. of a son of Kṛishṇa Hariv. 6698 and 9183
⋙ cārubhadra
○bhadra m. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa ib.
⋙ cārumat
○mat mfn. lovely W.
• m. N. of a Cakra-vartin Buddh.
• (), f. N. of a daughter of Kṛishṇa Hariv. 6699 and 9183
• of a female attendant Caṇḍ.
⋙ cārumati
○mati m. N. of a parrot Kathās. lxxii, 238
⋙ cārumukha
○mukha mfn. handsome-faced W.
• (ī), f. a metre of 4 x 10 syllables
⋙ cāruyaśas
○yaśas m. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa MBh. xiii LiṅgaP. i, 69, 69. [Page 394, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ cāruratha
○ratha N. of a forest BrahmaP. ii, 11
⋙ cārurava
○rava mfn. having an agreeable voice (the Krauñca bird) R. i, 2, 32
⋙ cārurāvā
○rāvā f. = -dhāmā L.
⋙ cārurūpa
○rūpa mfn. = -pratīka MBh. i, 197, 39
• m. N. of an adopted son of Asamaujas Hariv. i, 38, 8
⋙ cārulocana
○locana mf(ā)n. = -netra Hariv. R.
• m. an antelope L.
• (ā), f. a fine-eyed woman W.
⋙ cāruvaktra
○vaktra mfn. = -mukha R. v, 22, 29
• m. N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh. ix, 2575
⋙ cāruvadana
○vadana See cārv-ad○
⋙ cāruvardhanā
○vardhanā f. a woman L.
⋙ cāruvarman
○varman m. N. of a man VP. v, 37, 42
⋙ cāruvaha
○vaha mfn. Pāṇ. 6-3, 121 Pat.
⋙ cāruvāc
○vāc See cārvāc
⋙ cāruvādin
○vādin mfn. sounding beautifully
⋙ cāruvinda
○vinda m. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa Hariv. 6698 ; 9182
⋙ cāruvṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m.= -dāru Npr.
⋙ cāruveṇī
○veṇī f. 'a handsome braid'
• N. of a river
⋙ cāruveśa
○veśa m. 'well-dressed' MBh. xiii, 621
⋙ cāruveṣa
○veṣa m. id., N. of a son of Kṛishṇa LiṅgaP. i, 69, 68
⋙ cāruvratā
○vratā f. a female who fasts for a whole month L.
⋙ cāruśilā
○śilā f. 'beautiful stone', a jewel L.
⋙ cāruśīrṣa
○śīrṣa m. N. of a man MBh. xiii, 1300
⋙ cāruśravas
○śravas m. (= -yaśas) N. of a son of Kṛishṇa MBh. xiii, 621 LiṅgaP. i, 69, 69
⋙ cārusaṃkāśin
○saṃkāśin mfn. = -pratīka AV. Paipp. xx, 5, 5
⋙ cārusarvāṅga
○sarvâṅga mf(ī)n. one whose limbs are all beautiful R. i
-darśana mfn. id. Nal. xii, 18
⋙ cārusāra
○sāra n. 'essence of what is lovely', gold Gal.
⋙ cāruhāsin
○hāsin mfn. smiling sweetly Nal. iii, x R. iii VP.
• (inī), f. a metre of 4 x 14 syllabic instants
≫ cāruka
cāruka m. the seed of Saccharum Śara Bhpr. v, 8, 82
• N. of a man VP. v, 37, 42
≫ cārv
cārv in comp. for ○ru
⋙ cārvadana
○adana mfn. having beautiful teeth AV. Paipp. xx, 5, 5 (? or for ○ru-vad○ = -mukha)
⋙ cārvāghāṭa
⋙ cārvāghāta
○āghāta mfn. playing well on an instrument (?) Pāṇ. 3-2, 49 Vārtt. 2
⋙ cārvāṭa
○āṭa mfn. (said of a Muhūrta), Tantr
⋙ cārvādi
○ādi a Gaṇa of Pāṇ. 6-2, 160
≫ cārvāc
cārvāc mfn. (for ○ru-v○) speaking nicely AV. Paipp. xx, 5, 5
cārcika mfn. conversant with the repetition of words (carcā), g. ukthâdi
≫ cārcikya
cārcikya n. (= carc○) smearing the body with unguents L.
cārma mfn. made of hide or leather (cárman) Pāṇ. 6-4, 144 Vārtt. 2
• covered with leather (a car) L. Sch.
• defended by a hide W.
≫ cārmaṇa
cārmaṇa mfn. covered with leather (a car) Pāṇ. 6-4, 170 Kāś.
• n. a multitude of hides or shields, g. bhikṣâdi
⋙ cārmika
cārmika mfn. leathern Mn. viii, 289
⋙ cārmikāyaṇi
cārmikāyaṇi m. patr. fr. carmin Pāṇ. 4-1, 158 Vārtt. 2
⋙ cārmikya
cārmikya n. the duty of a shield-bearer (carmika), g. purohitâdi
⋙ cārmiṇa
cārmiṇa n. a number of men armed with shields, g. bhikṣâdi
⋙ cārmīya
cārmīya mfn. fr. cárman g. utkarâdi
cārya See cāra
cārvāka m. (for ○ru-v○, = cārvāc s.v. cā́ru) N. of a Rākshasa (friend of Duryodhana, who took the shape of a mendicant Brāhman, when Yudhishṭhira entered Hāstina-pura in triumph, and reviled him, but was soon detected and killed by the real Brāhmans) MBh. i, 349 ; ix, 3619 ; xii, 1414
• N. of a materialistic philosopher (whose doctrines are embodied in the Bārhaspatya-sūtras) Vedântas. Śīl. Rājat. iv, 345 Prab. Madhus.
• a follower of Cārvāka Sarvad.
• mfn. composed by Cārvāka Prab. ii, 18/19 Sch.
⋙ cārvākadarśana
○darśana n. the doctrine of Cārvāka W.
⋙ cārvākamata
○mata n. id
-nibarhaṇa n. 'refutation of Cārvāka's doctrine', N. of Śaṃkar. xxv
cāla m. (√cal g. jvalâdi) 'moving', danta-
• looseness of the teeth VarBṛS. lxvi, 5 Sch.
• a thatch, roof L.
• (for cā́ṣa) the blue jay L.
≫ cālaka
cālaka m. a restive elephant (said of a person Rājat. viii, 1644) L.
• 'id.' and '= cākrika' Śiś. v
≫ cālana
cālana n. causing to move, shaking, wagging (the tail), making loose MBh. v, 2651 ; xvi, 267 R. vii, 16, 26 Suśr. Pañcat. Bhartṛ.
• moving action (of the wind) BhP. iii, 26, 37
• throwing off (niḥsāraṇa
• 'muscular action' W.), x, 44, 5
• a term in astr
• causing to pass through a strainer W.
• a strainer L. Sch.
• (ī), f. id. Cāṇ. (cf. Subh.) VS. xix, 16 Sch.
≫ cālanikā
cālanikā f. = ○nī KātyŚr. xix, 2, 8 Sch.
≫ cālanīya
cālanīya mfn. to be moved or shaken W.
≫ cālya
cālya mfn. id. Gol. xi, 4 Sch.
• (a- neg.) MBh. xiii, 2161
• to be loosened Suśr. vi, 15, 15
• to be caused to deviate BhP. ii, 7, 17
cālikya = ○lukya Inscr. (489 AḌ.)
≫ cāluki
cāluki m. N. of a prince
≫ cālukya
cālukya m. N. of a dynasty Inscr. [Page 394, Column 2]
cālya See cāla
cā́ṣa m. the blue jay RV. x, 97, 13 RPrāt. Mn. xi, 132 Yājñ. i, 175 MBh. &c
• sugar-cane L.
• mfn. relating to a blue jay Pāṇ. 4-3, 156 Vārtt. 4 Pat.
⋙ cāṣamaya
○maya mfn. consisting of blue jays Hcar.
⋙ cāṣavaktra
○vaktra m. 'jay-faced', N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh. ix, 2578
• m. pl. a class of spirits, x, 268
≫ cāsa
cāsa wrong spelling for cāṣa
cāhava N. of a dynasty, Ratnak
≫ cāhuvāṇa
⋙ cāhūāṇa
cāḍhūāṇa N. of a prince of Hammīra's family ŚārṅgP. Introd
• of a dynasty, Ratnak
ci 1
ci cl. 5. cinóti, ○nute (1. pl. cinumas and ○nmas Pāṇ. 6-4, 107
• perf. cikāya and cicāya, vii, 3, 58
• 2. cicetha, 2, 61 Kāś.
• 3. pl. cikyúr AV. x, 2, 4
• p. cikivas Kāṭh. xxii, 6
• Ā. cikye and cicye Vop. xii, 2
• p. cikyāná TS. v ; 2nd fut. p. ceṣyat Lāṭy. ; 1st fut. cetā Pāṇ. 7-2, 61 Kāś.
• aor. acaiṣīt Kāś. on iii, 1, 42 and vii, 2, 1
• Ved. cikayām akar, iii, 1, 42 Kāś.
• 1. sg. acaiṣam, 2. sg. acais Kāṭh. xxii, 6
• 3. pl. acaiṣur Bhaṭṭ.
• Ā. aceṣṭa Pāṇ. 1-2, 11 Kāś.
• Prec. ceṣīṣṭa ib., or cīyāt, vii, 4, 25 Kāś.
• ind. p. citvā́ AV. &c
• Pass. cīyate MuṇḍUp. &c
• fut. cāyiṣyate & ceṣy○ Cond. acāyiṣyata & aceṣy○ Pāṇ. 6-4, 62 Kāś.) to arrange in order, heap up, pile up, construct (a sacrificial altar
• P., if the priests construct the altar for another
• Ā., if the sacrificer builds it for himself) AV. VS. TS. v Kāṭh. ŚBr.
• to collect, gather together, accumulate, acquire for one's self MuṇḍUp. MBh. i, v
• to search through (for collecting
√2. ci) MBh. v, 1255 Kām. (cf. Pañcat.)
• to cover, inlay, set with MBh.
• Pass. cīyate, to become covered with Suśr. v, 8, 31
• to increase, thrive Mudr. i, 3 Kpr. x, 52 a/b (cf. Sāh.): Caus. cayayati and capay○, to heap up, gather Dhātup. xxxii, 85
cāyayati and cāpay○ Pāṇ. 6-1, 54: Desid. cikīṣate (also ○ti, vii, 3, 58 Kāś.) to wish to pile up ŚBr. ix KātyŚr. xvi
cicīṣati (Pāṇ. 7-3, 58 Kāś. ; vi, 4, 16, [ed. viviiṣ○] Kāś.) to wish to accumulate or collect Kir. ii, 19 ; iii, 11: Desid. Caus. (p. cicīṣayat) to cause any one to wish to arrange in order Bhaṭṭ. iii, 33: Intens. cecīyate Kāś. on Pāṇ. 7-3, 58 ; 4, 25 and 82
≫ caya 1
caya mfn. 'collecting', See vṛtaṃ-
• m. (iii, 3, 56 Kāś.
• g. vṛṣâdi) a mound of earth (raised to form the foundation of a building or raised as a rampart) MBh. iii, 11699 Hariv. R. Pañcat.
• a cover, covering W.
• a heap, pile, collection, multitude, assemblage MBh. Hariv. &c
• (in med.) accumulation of the humors (cf. saṃ-) Suśr.
• the amount by which each term increases, common increase or difference of the terms, Bījag. (cf. agni-)
≫ cayaka
cayaka mfn. = caye kuśala g. ākarṣâdi
≫ cayana
cáyana n. piling up (wood &c.) AV. xviii, 4, 37 ŚBr. ix f. KātyŚr. xvi Hariv. 2161 Sch.
• stacked wood MBh. iii, vii, xiv
• collecting W.
≫ cayanīya
cayanīya mfn. to be heaped or collected (puṇya) Vop. xxvi, 3
≫ cit 1
cít mfn. ifc. 'piling up', See agni-, ūrdhva-, and pūrva-cít
• (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 92) forming a layer or stratum, piled up VS. i, xii TS. i (cf. kaṅka-, karma-, cakṣuś-, droṇa-, prâṇa-, manaś-, rathacakra-, vāk-, śyena-, and śrotra-cít.)
≫ cita
citá mfn. piled up, heaped RV. i, 112, 17 ; 158, 4 AV. &c
• placed in a line RV. vii, 18, 10
• collected, gained MuṇḍUp.
• forming a mass (hair) Buddh. L.
• covered, inlaid, set with MBh. R. &c
• n. 'a building', See pakvêṣṭaka-
• (ā), f. a layer, pile of wood, funeral pile Lāṭy. viii MBh. &c
• a heap, multitude L.
⋙ citavistara
○vistara m. a kind of ornament Buddh. L.
⋙ citāgni
citâgni see. ○tâgni
⋙ citaidha
citâidha mfn. relating to a pile of wood AitBr. iv, 10, 15
≫ citā
citā f. of ○tá
⋙ citāgni
○"ṣgni (○tâg○), m. a funeral pile MBh. iii, xiii Kathās. īc, 1 Vet.
⋙ citācūḍaka
○cūḍaka n. 'funeral pile mark', a sepulchre L.
⋙ citācaityacihna
○caityacihna n. id. Hcar. vi
⋙ citādhirohaṇa
○"ṣdhirohaṇa (○tâdh○), n. ascending the funeral pile Ragh. viii, 56
⋙ citādhūma
○dhūma m. smoke rising from a funeral pile Kathās.
⋙ citānala
○"ṣnala (○tân○), m. = ○tâgni, xviii, 147
⋙ citāpraveśa
○praveśa m. = ○tâdhirohaṇa Siṃhâs.
⋙ citābhūmi
○bhūmi f. 'pile place', N. of a locality ŚivaP. i, 38, 19
≫ citi 1
cíti f. a layer (of wood or bricks &c.), pile, stack, funeral pile TS. v ŚBr. vi, viii Pāṇ. 3-3, 41 Mn. iv, 46 MBh. &c. (metrically ○tī Hariv. 2227 and 12360)
• N. of ŚBr. xiii
• collecting, gathering W.
• a heap, multitude Prab. ii, 17
• an oblong with quadrangular sides W. (cf. idhma-
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⋙ citikḷpti
○kḷpti f. the arrangement of a sacrificial altar, Śulbas. ii, 80
⋙ citighana
○ghana m. the total amount of all the members of an arithmetical progression Āryabh. ii, 21
⋙ citipurīṣa
○purīṣá n. pl. the layer (of wood &c.) and the rubble-stones ŚBr. viii
• n. du. id. KātyŚr. xvii
⋙ citivat
○vat ind. like a pile, xxi
⋙ citivyavahāra
○vyavahāra m. calculation of the cubic measure of a pile
⋙ cityagni
city-agni m. pl. the bricks used for the sacrificial fire ĀpŚr. xiv, 8, 6
≫ citikā
citikā f. a pile, funeral pile Pañcat. iii, 4, 12
• ifc. 'a layer', See páñca- and sápta-citika
• a small chain worn round the loins L.
≫ citī
citī f. for ○ti, q.v
≫ citīka
citīka (ifc. after numerals Pāṇ. 6-3, 127), 'a layer', See éka-, trí-, páñca-
≫ citya
cítya mfn. (iii, 1, 132) to be arranged in order AV. x, 2, 8
• to be piled up ŚBr. vi
• (with or without agni, the fire) constructed upon a foundation (of bricks &c.) TS. v AitBr. v, 28 ŚBr. ii, vi KātyŚr. ŚāṅkhŚr.
• (fr. 1. -cíti) coming from the funeral pile or from the place of cremation R. i, 58, 10
• n. = ○tā-cūḍaka L. (cf. R. i, 58, 10)
• (ā), f. 'piling up', building (an altar. &c.), agni-cityā́, maṭha-
• 'a layer, stratum', See catuścitya
• a funeral pile L.
⋙ cityayūpa
○yūpa m. a post on the place of cremation Gobh. iii, 3, 34
≫ cīti
cītí f. collecting AV. ii, 9, 4
≫ cetavya
cetavyá mfn. to be piled up TS. v ŚBr. vi ; ix, 5, 1, 64 Bhaṭṭ. ix, 13
• = cayanīya Vop. xxvi, 3
≫ ceya
ceya mfn. (cf. Kāś. on Pāṇ. 3-1, 97 and 132
• on vi, 1, 213) to be piled MBh. xii, 10745
• = cayanīya Vop. xxvi, 3
ci 2
ci Ved. cl. 3. (ciketi, fr. √ki Dhātup. xv, 19
• Impv. ciketu TS.
• Subj. Ā. cíketa
• impf. aciket RV. x, 51, 3
• aor. 2. pl. Ā. ácidhvam RV.
• 3. sg. acait [fr. √4. cit Gmn.], vi, 44, 7) to observe, perceive (with acc. or gen.) RV. Kāṭh. viii, 10
• to fix the gaze upon, be intent upon RV. v, 55, 7 TS. iii
• to seek for RV. vi, 44, 7: Class. cl. 5. cinoti (p. ○nvat, Ā. ○nvāna) to seek for, investigate, search through, make inquiries (cf. √1. ci) MBh. iii, 2659 Bhartṛ. Kathās. xxvi, 136: Intens. cekite, See √4. cit ; [Lat. scio.]
≫ cit 2
cit mfn. ifc. 'knowing', See ṛta-cít
• 'giving heed to' or 'revenging [guilt, ṛṇa-]', ṛṇa-
≫ cetṛ 1
cetṛ m. an observer ŚvetUp. vi, 11
ci 3
ci cl. 1. cáyate (p. cáyamāna) to detest, hate (cf. Nir. iv, 25) RV. i, 167, 8 and 190, 5 ; vii, 52, 2
• to revenge, punish, take vengeance on (acc.), ii, 27, 4 ; ix, 47, 2 AitBr. ii, 7
• [cf. ápaciti, kāti
• ? ?, ?, ?, ?.]
≫ caya 2
caya mfn. ifc. 'revenging', See ṛṇaṃ-
≫ cit 3
cit mfn. ifc. 'id.', See 2. cit
≫ cetṛ 2
cetṛ́ m. a revenger RV. vii, 60, 5
cikariṣu mfn. (√1. kṝ Desid.) desirous to cast or throw or pour out W.
cikartiṣā f. (√2. kṛt Desid.) desire to cut off Daś. xii, 19
≫ cikartiṣu
cikartiṣu mfn. desirous to cut off Śiś. i, 49
• desirous to disembowel Siṃhâs. xxix, 2
cikaśa = cikkasa? Kauś. 21
cikāriṣu mfn. (√1. kṛ, Caus. Desid.) intending to have made (or built) Siṃhâs.
cikít ○kita, ○kitāná, &c. See p. 395
cikina mfn. flat-nosed Pāṇ. 5-2, 33
• flat (the chin) Hcar.
• n. flat-nosedness Pāṇ. 5-2, 33 (cf. cikka, cipiṭa.)
cikila = ○khalla W.
cikīraṣā See ○rṣā
≫ cikīrṣ
cikīrṣ mfn. (√kṛ Desid.) wishing to do Vop.
≫ cikīrṣaka
cikīrṣaka mfn. id. Kāś. on Pāṇ. 1-1, 58 and vi, 1, 193
⋙ cikīrṣā
cikīrṣā f. (Pāṇ. 3-3, 102 Kāś.) intention or desire to make or do or perform (generally ifc.) MBh. i R. i, v Pāṇ. 2-3, 66 Kāś. (with gen.) BhP. ii f
• (○raṣā) xi, 9, 26
• desire for (gen. or in comp.) MBh. i, 1860 and 5172 Hariv. 4907
≫ cikīrṣita
cikīrṣita n. 'intended to be done, designed', purpose, design, intention Mn. iv, vii MBh. R. &c
≫ cikīrṣu
cikīrṣu mfn. (Pāṇ. 3-2, 168 Kāś.) intending to make or do or perform (with acc. or ifc.) MBh. R. Pāṇ. 2-3, 69 Kāś. BhP. Kathās.
• wishing to exercise one's self in the use of (acc.) MBh. viii, 1965
• cf. upahārī-
⋙ cikīrṣuka
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⋙ cikīrṣya
cikīrṣya mfn. to be wished to be done, to be intended Pāṇ. 6-1, 185 Kāś.
cikura mfn. inconsiderate, rash L.
• m. the hair of the head (also cihura m. pl. L. Sch.) Gīt. vii, xii Rājat. viii, 367 Naish. vii, 108
• hair (of a chowrie) Bālar. iv, 10/11
• a mountain L.
• N. of a plant L.
• a snake L.
• N. of a Nāga MBh. v, 3640
• a kind of bird L.
• a musk-rat (cf. cikka, cikkira) L.
⋙ cikurakalāpa
○kalâpa m. a mass of hair, tuft of hair L.
⋙ cikuranikara
○nikara m. id
⋙ cikurapakṣa
○pakṣa m. id
⋙ cikurapāśa
○pāśa m. id. L.
⋙ cikurabhāra
○bhāra m. id. L.
⋙ cikuraracanā
○racanā f. id. L.
⋙ cikurahasta
○hasta m. id. L.
⋙ cikuroccaya
cikurôccaya m. id. L.
≫ cikurita
cikurita mfn. ? Daś. viii, 146
≫ cikūra
cikūra for ○kura, the hair L.
ciketas See na-
cikk cl. 10. P.=√cakk Dhātup.
cikka mfn. flat-nosed Pāṇ. 5-2, 33 Vārtt. 1
• n. flat-nosedness ib.
• m. (= cikura) a musk-rat L.
• (ā), f. a mouse L.
• (= cikkaṇa) a betel-nut L.
• for chikkā? PSarv.
cikkaṇa mf(ā)n. smooth, slippery, unctuous MBh. xii, 6854 ; xiv, 1416 Suśr. Śak.
• (ati-, very smooth') KātyŚr. xxvi, 1, 4 Sch.
• m. the betel-nut tree L.
• n. any smooth liquid, gum VarBṛ. iii, 7 Sch.
• the betel-nut L.
• (ā, ī), f. id. L. (ā), f. an excellent cow (○kkiṇā W.) L.
⋙ cikkaṇakantha
○kantha n. N. of a town, g. cihaṇâdi (vḷ. citk○)
⋙ cikkaṇatā
○tā f. smoothness Suśr.iv, 9, 20
⋙ cikkaṇatva
○tva n. id. W.
⋙ cikkiṇa
cikkiṇa mfn. smooth L.
• (ā), f. See ○kkaṇā
cikkasa m. n. barley-meal L.
cikkiṇa See ○kkaṇa
cikkira m. a kind of mouse (cf. cikura, chikkara) Suśr. v, 6, 2 Ashṭâṅg. vi, 38, 1
cikraṃsā f. (√kram Desid.) desire of attacking or springing upon W.
cikrīḍiṣā f. (√krīd Desid.) desire to play BhP. iii, 7, 3
⋙ cikrīḍiṣu
cikrīḍiṣu mfn. desiring to play HPariś. ii, 454
ciklida m. (√klid) = kledan L.
• n. (cf. Pāṇ. 6-1, 12 Kāś.) moisture W.
cikhalla m. (g. pṛṣodarâdi Gaṇar. 149 Sch.) mud mire L. Sch.
• (used in Prākṛit.)
cikhalli m. .pl. N. of a people Pāṇ. 3-3, 41 Kāś.
cikhādiṣu mfn. (√khād Desid.) desiring to eat MBh. x, 483 Hariv. 16004
cikhyāpayiṣā f. (√khyā, Caus. Desid.) the intention to communicate Nyāyas. i, 1, 7 Sch.
ciṅgaṭa m. ○ṭī f. a shrimp L.
≫ ciṅgaḍa
ciṅgaḍa m. id. L. (cf. uc-ciṅgaṭa.)
cicariṣu mfn. (√car Desid.) trying to go ŚāṅkhBr. xxv, 13
cicaliṣu mfn. (√cal Desid.) being about to set out Rājat. viii, 812
ciciṇḍa m. ○ḍā f. the gourd Trichosanthes anguina Bhpr. v, 9, 63 f
cicīkucī and ○kūcī, See cīc○
cicīṣat p. Desid. √1. ci, q.v
cic-candrikā See √4. cit
cicciká m. a kind of bird RV. x, 146, 2 TBr. ii, 5, 5, 6
cic-ciṭiṅga -chakti, See √4. cit
cicchitsu mfn. (√chid Desid.) intending to cut off MBh. vii, 6001
cic-chila See √4. cit
≫ cicchuka
cic-chuka and for cit-sukha and ○khī
⋙ cicchukī
cic-chuḍkī for cit-sukha and ○khī
ciñcā f. the tamarind tree Bhpr. v, 9, 27 and 26, 75 ; vii, 18, 95
• (g. harītaky-ādi), its fruit ib. (cf. kāka-)
⋙ ciñcāmla
○"ṣmla (○câm○), n. Rumex vesicatorius (or = sāra Npr.) L.
⋙ ciñcāsāra
○sāra m. id. L.
≫ ciñcāṭaka
ciñcāṭaka v. l. for ○JcoT○ W.
⋙ ciñcikā
ciñcikā f. = ○ñcā Bhpr. v, 26, 167
⋙ ciñciṇī
ciñciṇī f. the tamarind tree ŚārṅgP.
• (onomat.) ind., HaṃsUp. (also ciṇī). [Page 395, Column 2]
⋙ ciñcinī
ciñcinī f. 'rich in tamarind trees', N. of a town Kathās. iii, 9
⋙ ciñcī
ciñcī f. Abrus precatorius W.
≫ ciñcoṭaka
ciñcoṭaka m. the plant Krauñcâdana L.
ciṭ (derived from ceṭa), cl. 1. P. ceṭati, to send out Dhātup. ix, 28
ciṭiṅga See uc- and cic-
ciṭiciṭāya (onomat.) ○yate, to make a hissing noise Divyâv. xxxviii
ciṇī (onomat.) See ciñciṇī
cit 1
cit. 2. 3 See √1. 2. 3. ci
cit 4
cit cl. 1. cétati (impf. acetat RV. vii, 95, 2
• p. cétat RV.), cl. 2. (Ā. Pass. 3ṣg. cité, x, 143, 4
• p. f. instr. citantyā, i, 129, 7
• Ā. citāna, ix, 101, 11 VS. x, 1), cl. 3. irreg. cīhetati (RV.
• Subj. ciketat RV.
• Impv. 2. sg. cikiddhi RV.
• p. cikitāná RV.
• perf. cikéta RV. &c
ciceta Vop. viii, 37
• 3. du. cetatur AV. iii, 22, 2
• Ā. and Pass. cikité RV. &c
• 3. pl. ○tre RV.
• for p. cikitvás, See s.v
• Ā. Pass. cicite Bhaṭṭ. ii, 29
• aor. acetīt Vop. viii, 35
• Ā. Pass. áceti and céti RV.
• for acait See √2. ci
• fut. 1st céttā, i, 22, 5) to perceive, fix the mind upon, attend to, be attentive, observe, take notice of (acc. or gen.) RV. SV. AV. Bhaṭṭ.
• to aim at, intend, design (with dat.) RV. i, 131, 6 ; x, 38, 3
• to be anxious about, care for (acc. or gen.), i, ix f
• to resolve, iii, 53, 24 ; x, 55, 6
• to understand, comprehend, know (perf. often in the sense of pr.) RV. AV. vii, 2, 1 and 5, 5
• P. Ā. to become perceptible, appear, be regarded as, be known RV. VS. x, xv: Caus. cetáyati, ○te (2. pl. cetáyadhvam Subj. cetayat Impv. 2. du. cetayethām impf. ácetayat RV.
• 3. pl. citáyante RV.
• p. citáyat RV. (eleven times)
cetáyat, x, 110, 8, &c
• Ā. cetayāna See s.v.) to cause to attend, make attentive, remind of. i, 131, 2 and iv, 51, 3
• to cause to comprehend, instruct, teach RV.
• to observe, perceive, be intent upon RV. MBh. xii, 9890 Kathās. xiii, 10
• Ā. (once P. MBh. xviii, 74) to form an idea in the mind, be conscions of, understand, comprehend, think, reflect upon TS. vi ŚBr. ChUp. vii, 5, 1 MBh. BhP. viii, 1, 9 Prab.
• P. to have a right notion of. know MBh. iii, 14877
• P. 'to recover consciousness', awake Bhaṭṭ. viii, 123
• Ā. to remember, have consciousness of (acc.) Pāṇ. 3-2, 112 Kāś. Bādar. ii, 3, 18 Sch.
• to appear, be conspicuous, shine RV. TS. iii: Desid. cíkitsati (fr. √kit Pāṇ. 3-1, 5 Dhātup. xxiii, 24
• exceptionally Ā. MBh. xii, 12544
• Impv. ○tsatu Subj. ○tsāt aor. 2. sg. ácikitsīs AV.
• Pass. p. cikitsyamāna Suśr. Pañcat.) to have in view, aim at, be desirous AV. v, 11, 1 ; ix, 2, 3
• to care for, be anxious about, vi, x
• (cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 5 Siddh.) to treat medically, cure KātyŚr. xxv MBh. i, xii
Suśr. Pañcat. Bhartṛ.
• to wish to appear RV. i, 123, 1: Caus. of Desid. (fut. cikitsayiṣyati) to cure Mālav. iv, 4/5, 6 f.: Intens. cekite (fr. √2. ci?, or for ○tte RV. i, 53, 3 and 119, 3 ; ii, 34, 10
• p. cékitat, ix, 111, 3
• Ā. cékitāna RV. eight times) to appear, be conspicuous, shine RV.
≫ cikit
cikít mfn. knowing, experienced RV. viii, 51, 3 ; 97, 14 and 102, 2
• shining, x, 3, 1
≫ cikita
cikita m. (g. gargâdi) N. of a man ĀśvŚr. xii
≫ cikitāna
cikitāná mfn. pr. or perf. p. √cit, q.v
• m. N. of a man BṛĀrUp. i, 3, 24 Sch.
≫ cikitāyana
cikitāyana m. (cf. caik○) N. of a man ChUp. i, 8, 1 Sch.
⋙ cikiti
cíkiti mfn. shining,
⋙ cikitu
≫ cikitu
cikitú mfn. id. RV. viii, 55, 5 (cíkiti SV.)
• f. (instr. ○tvā́ understanding (?) AV. vii, 52, 2
≫ cikitvan
cikitván mfn. attentive RV. viii, 60, 18
≫ cikitvas
cikitvás mf(○túṣī)n. having observed or noticed, i, 71, 5 ; 125, 1 and 169, 1
• observing, attending to, attentive RV. TS. iii
• knowing, understanding, experienced RV.
• 'shining' (?, Agni) RV.
• cf. á-
≫ cikitvit
cikitvít ind. with deliberation, iv, 52, 4
⋙ cikitvinmanas
cikitvin-manas mfn. attentive, v, 22, 3 ['knowing all hearts' Sāy.]
• well-considered, viii, 95, 5
≫ cikitsaka
cikitsaka mfn. (fr. Desid.) a physician ŚBr.xi (ifc.) Mn. iii f. ix Yājñ. i, 162 MBh. Suśr. &c
≫ cikitsana
cikitsana n. ifc. curing of. MBh. iv, 63
≫ cikitsā
cikitsā f. medical attendance, practice or science of medicine (esp. therapeutics, one of the six sections of med.), i, 67 ; ii, 224 R. vi, 71, 26 Mṛicch. Suśr. BhP.
⋙ cikitsākalikā
○kalikā f. N. of two med. treatises (of about 400 verses each) by Tisaṭa
-ṭikā f. a Comm. on one of the two treatises by Candraṭa
⋙ cikitsākaumudī
○kaumudī f. N. of a med. work by Kāsī-rāja BrahmaP. i, 16, 15
⋙ cikitsājñāna
○jñāna n. a med. work. [Page 395, Column 3]
⋙ cikitsātattvajñāna
○tattvajñāna n. a med. work by Dhanvantari, 13
⋙ cikitsādarpaṇa
○darpaṇa n. a med. work by Divo-dāsa, 14
⋙ cikitsāparatantra
○paratantra n. a med. work, 15
⋙ cikitsāśāstra
○śāstra n. a manual of med. Sarvad. xv, 390
≫ cikitsita
cikitsita mfn. treated medically, cured W.
• m. N. of a man, g. gargâdi (not in Kāś.)
• n. = ○tsā Mn. x, 47 MBh. iii, 1460 ; iv, 318 Suśr. &c
• (pl.) the chapters of the therapeutical section (of med.) Suśr. (ifc. f. ā, i, 13, 6)
⋙ cikitsu
cikitsú mfn. wise, cunning AV. x, 1, 1
• treating medically Naish. iii, 111
≫ cikitsya
cikitsya mfn. to be treated medically, curable Pāṇ. 5-2, 92 Yājñ. ii, 140 MBh. xii, 418
≫ cic
cic in comp. for cit
⋙ ciccandrikā
○candrikā f. a Comm. on Prab. by Gaṇêśa
⋙ cicciṭiṅga
○ciṭiṅga m. a kind of venomous insect Suśr. v, 8, 3
⋙ cicchakti
○chakti (-śak○), f. mental power Sarvad. xv
⋙ cicchuka
○chuka See cit-sukha
≫ cit 5
cít mfn. ifc. 'thinking', See a-, duś-, manaś-, vipaś-, and huraś-cít
• cf. also apa-cit
• f. thought, intellect, spirit, soul cf. VS. iv, 19 cf. KapS. cf. Bhartṛ. cf. BhP
• cf. sa- and ā cít
• pure Thought (Brahma, cf. cf. RTL. p. 34) cf. Vedântas. cf. Prab
⋙ citpati
○páti [VS. iv, 4] or m. the lord of thought
⋙ citpati
○patí [MaitrS. i, 2, 1 ; iii, 6, 3 Pāṇ. 6-2, 19 Kāś.], m. the lord of thought
⋙ citpara
○para n. the Supreme Spirit LiṅgaP. i, 70, 26 (v. l.)
⋙ citprabhā
○prabhā f. N. of wk
⋙ citpravṛtti
○pravṛtti f. thinking, reflection L.
⋙ citsabheśānandatīrtha
○sabhêśânanda-tīrtha m. N. of an author
⋙ citsukha
○sukha m. N. of a scholiast on BhP. (pupil of Śaṃkarâcārya SŚaṃkar. iii)
• (ī), f. N. of Cit-sukha's Comm. on BhP.
⋙ citsvarūpa
○svarūpa n. pure thought W.
≫ citi 2
cití f. (only dat. ○táye, Ved. inf.) understanding VS.
• m. the thinking mind Deviim. v, 36 Prab.
⋙ citimat
○mat mfn. having the faculty of thought Bādar. ii, 3, 40 Sch.
⋙ citiśakti
○śakti f. = cic-chakti Sarvad. xv
⋙ cityupaniṣad
city-upaniṣad f. N. of an Up.
≫ citta
cittá mfn. 'noticed', See a-cítta
• 'aimed at', longed for ChUp.vii, 5, 3
• 'appeared', visible RV. ix, 65, 12
• n. attending, observing (tiráś cittā́ni, 'so as to remain unnoticed'), vii, 59, 8
• thinking, reflecting, imagining, thought RV. VS. ŚBr. &c
• intention, aim, wish RV. VS. AV. TBr. &c
• (cf. Naigh. iii, 9) the heart, mind TS. i ŚvetUp. vi, 5 MBh. &c. (ifc. f. ā Pañcat.)
• memory W.
• intelligence, reason KapS. i, 59 Yogas. i, 37 ; ii, 54 Vedântas.
• (in astrol.) the 9th mansion VarYogay. iv, 1
• cf. iha-, cala-, pū́rva-, prā́yaś-, laghu-, su-, sthira-
⋙ cittakalita
○kalita mfn. 'calculated in one's mind', anticipated W.
⋙ cittakheda
○kheda m. grief Ratnâv.iv, 20/21 Mn. vii, 151 Sch.
⋙ cittagarbhā
○garbhā (○ttá-), f. visibly pregnant RV. v, 44, 5
⋙ cittacārin
○cārin mfn. acting according to any one's (gen.) wish MBh. iii, 14668
⋙ cittacetasika
○cetasika m. thought Divyâv. xxvi, 81 ff
⋙ cittacaura
○caura m. 'heart-thief', a lover Vāsav. 376
⋙ cittaja
○ja m. 'heart-born', love, god of love Daś. xii, 50
⋙ cittajanman
○janman m. id., viii, 136 Mālatīm. i, 20
⋙ cittajña
○jña mfn. knowing the heart or the intentions of (gen.), knowing human nature Ragh.x, 57 Sāh. iii, 130 (-tā f. abstr.) Subh.
⋙ cittatāpa
○tāpa m. = -kheda Siṃhâs.
⋙ cittadravībhāva
○dravī-bhāva m. '(melting i. e.) emotion of the heart', -maya mfn. consisting of emotion Sāh. viii, 2,
⋙ cittadhārā
○dhārā f. flow of thoughts Vajr.
⋙ cittanātha
○nātha m. 'heart-lord', a lover Śiś. x, 28
⋙ cittanāśa
○nāśa m. loss of conscience R. ii, 64, 68
⋙ cittanirvṛti
○nirvṛti f. contentment of mind, happiness Pañcat. i, 6, 1 (v. l.)
⋙ cittapramāthin
○pramāthin mfn. confusing the mind, exciting any one's (gen. or in comp.) passion or love Nal. i, 14 R. i, 9, 4
⋙ cittapraśama
○praśama mfn. satisfied in mind, composed W.
⋙ cittaprasannatā
○prasanna-tā f. happiness of mind, gaiety L.
⋙ cittaprasāda
○prasāda m. id. KapS. vi, 31
⋙ cittaprasādana
○prasādana n. gladdening of mind MBh. iii, 1786 Yogas. i, 33
⋙ cittabhava
○bhava mfn. being in the thoughts, felt W.
⋙ cittabhū
○bhū m. = -ja W.
⋙ cittabheda
○bheda m. contrariety of purpose or will Mcar. iii, 31
⋙ cittabhrama
○bhrama m. = -bhrānti Sāh. x, 37 a/b
• mfn. connected with mental derangement (fever) Bhpr. vii, 8, 71
-cikitsā f. 'treatment of mental derangement' a ch. of the Vaidya-vallabha
⋙ cittabhrānti
○bhrānti f. confusion of mind Pāṇ. 2-3, 51 Kāś.
⋙ cittamoha
○moha m. id. R. ii, 64, 67
⋙ cittayoni
○yoni m. = -ja Ragh. xix, 46
⋙ cittarakṣin
○rakṣin mfn. = -cārin MBh. iii, 233, 20
⋙ cittarāga
○rāga m. affection, desire W.
⋙ cittarāja
○rāja m. N. of a Roma-vivara Kāraṇḍ. xxiii, 36
⋙ cittavat
○vat mfn. endowed with understanding', in comp
• experienced ChUp. vii, 5, 2
• kind-hearted W.
-kartṛka mfn. (art.) employing an intelligent agent Pāṇ. 1-3, 88
⋙ cittavikāra
○vikāra m. disturbance of mind MBh. xviii, 74
⋙ cittavikārin
○vikārin mfn. changing anyone's character or feeling Hit.ī, 5, 13
⋙ cittavikṣepa
○vikṣepa m. absence of mind, Vajr
⋙ cittavināśana
○vināśana mfn. destroying consciousness, g. nandy-ādi
⋙ cittaviplava
○viplava m. disturbance of mind, insanity HYog. i, 24
⋙ cittavibhraṃśa
○vibhraṃśa m. id. MBh. xiii, 54, 15. [Page 396, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ cittavibhrama
○vibhrama m. id., xviii, 74
• (scil. jvara, cf. -bhrama) a fever connected with mental derangement
⋙ cittaviśleṣa
○viśleṣa m. 'parting of hearts', breach of friendship Pañcat. iv, 7, 10/11
⋙ cittavṛtti
○vṛtti f. state of mind, feeling, emotion Śak. Pañcat. Ṛitus. Kathās.
• continuous course of thoughts (opposed to concentration), thinking, imagining Yogas. i, 2 Bhar. Naish. viii, 47 Sarvad. Hit.
• disposition of soul Vedântas.
⋙ cittavedanā
○vedanā f. = -kheda W.
⋙ cittavaikalya
○vaikalya n. bewilderment of mind, perplexity MBh. x, 112 (○klavya ed. Bomb.)
⋙ cittavaiklavya
○vaiklavya See ○kalya
⋙ cittaśānti
○śānti m. composedness of mind Siṃhâs. x, 4
⋙ cittasaṃhati
○saṃhati f. a multitude of thoughts or emotions, many minds W.
⋙ cittasaṃkhya
○saṃkhya mfn. knowing the thoughts W.
⋙ cittasamunnati
○samunnati f. pride of heart, haughtiness L.
⋙ cittastha
○stha mfn. being in the heart W.
⋙ cittasthita
○sthita mfn. id. W.
• m. N. of a Samādhi Buddh. L.
⋙ cittahārin
○hārin mfn. captivating the heart Daś. v, 183
⋙ cittahṛt
○hṛt mfn. id. W.
⋙ cittākarṣaṇa
cittâkarṣaṇa n. captivating the heart,
⋙ cittākarṣin
cittâkarṣin mfn. = ○tta-hārin Mālatīm. v, 20
⋙ cittākūta
cittâkūtá n. sg. thought and intention AV. xi, 9, 1
⋙ cittānubodha
cittânubodha m. 'instruction of mind', N. of a work
⋙ cittānuvartin
cittânuvartin mfn. = ○tta-cārin R. (G) ii, 24, 17 Pañcat. (○rti-tva n. abstr.) Vet. iv, 5 (ifc.)
⋙ cittānuvṛtti
cittânuvṛtti mfn. id. Kām. v, 54 (○tti-tva n. abstr.)
• f. gratification of wishes Ratnâv. iv, 1
⋙ cittāpahāraka
⋙ cittāpahārin
cittâpaḍhārin mfn. = ○tta-hārin W.
⋙ cittābhijvalana
cittâbhijvalana n. illumination by intellect Bādar. ii, 2, 18 Sch.
⋙ cittābhoga
cittâbhoga m. full consciousness L.
⋙ cittārpita
cittârpita mfn. preserved in the heart Naish. ix, 31
⋙ cittāsaṅga
cittâsaṅga m. affection W.
⋙ cittāsukha
cittâsukha n. uneasiness of mind VarYogay. ix, 10
⋙ cittaikya
cittâikya n. unanimity W.
⋙ cittottha
cittôttha m. '= ○tta-ja', the 7th mansion (in astrol.) VarBṛ. i, 20 Sch.
⋙ cittonnatti
cittônnatti f. = ○tta-samunn○ L.
≫ citti 1
cítti f. thinking, thought, understanding, wisdom RV. ii, 21, 6 ; x, 85, 7 VS. TBr. ii ŚāṅkhŚr. Kauś. 42
• intention (along with, ā́kūti) AV. BhP. v, 18, 18
• (pl.) thoughts, devotion, [hence = karman, 'an act of worship' Sāy.] RV.
• a wise person, i, 67, 5 ; iv, 2, 11
• 'Thought', N. of the wife of Atharvan and mother of Dadhyac BhP. iv, 1, 42
• cf. á-, pūrvá-, prā́yaś-
≫ cittin
cittín mfn. intelligent AV. iii, 30, 5
≫ cittīkṛta
cittī-kṛta mfn. made an object of thought BhP. iv, 1, 28
≫ citra
citrá mf(ā́)n. conspicuous, excellent, distinguished RV.
• bright, clear, bright-coloured RV.
• clear (a sound) RV.
• variegated, spotted, speckled (with, instr. or in comp.) Nal. iv, 8 R. Mṛicch. VarBṛS.
• agitated (as the sea, opposed to sama) R. iii, 39, 12
• various, different, manifold Mn. ix, 248 Yājñ. i, 287 MBh. &c
• (execution) having different varieties (of tortures) Mn. ix, 248 Daś. vii, 281
• strange, wonderful Rājat. vi, 227
• containing the word citrá ŚBr. vii, 4, 1, 24 KātyŚr. xvii
• (ám), ind. so as to be bright RV. i, 71, 1 ; vi, 65, 2
• in different ways R. i, 9, 14
• (to execute) with different tortures Daś. vii, 380
• (ás), m. variety of colour L. Sch.
• Plumbago zeylanica L.
• Ricinus communis L.
• Jonesia Aśoka L.
• a form of Yama Tithyād.
• N. of a king RV. viii, 21, 18 (cítra)
• of a Jābāla-gṛihapati (with the patr. Gauśrāyaṇi), KaushBr. xxiii, 5
• of a king (with the patr. Gāṅgyāyani) KaushUp. i
• of a son of Dhritarāshṭra MBh. i, vii
• of a Draviḍa king, Padma P.v, 20, 1 (v. l. ○trâkṣa)
• of a Gandharva Gal.
• (ā́), f. Spica virginis, the 12th (in later reckoning the 14th) lunar mansion AV. xix, 7, 3 TS. ii, iv, vii TBr. i ŚBr. ii, &c
• a kind of snake L.
• N. of a plant (Salvinia cucullata L.
• Cucumis maderaspatanus L.
• a kind of cucumber L.
• Ricinus communis L.
• Croton polyandrum or Tiglium L.
• the Myrobalan tree L.
• Rubia Munjista L.
• the grass Gaṇḍadūrvā L.) Car. vii, 12 (= dravanti) Suśr.
• a metre of 4 X 16 syllabic instants
• another of 4 x 15 syllables
• another of 4 x 16 syllables
• a kind of stringed instrument
• a kind of Mūrchanā (in music)
• illusion, unreality L.
• 'born under the asterism Citrā (Pāṇ. 4-3, 34 Vārtt. 1), N. of Arjuna's wife (sister of Kṛishṇa, = subhadrā L.) Hariv. 1952
• of a daughter of Gada (or Kṛishṇa, v. l.), 9194
• of an Apsaras L.
• of a river Divyâv. xxx
• of a rock BhP. xii, 8, 17
• f. pl. the asterism Citrā VarBṛS. xi, 57
• (ám), n. anything bright or coloured which strikes the eyes RV. VS. TS. ŚBr. TāṇḍyaBr. xviii, 9
• a brilliant ornament, ornament RV. i, 92, 13 ŚBr. ii, xiii
• a bright or extraordinary appearance, wonder, ii Śak. Pañcat. Bhartṛ. &c
• (with yadi [Śak. iii, 9/10] or yad [Hariv. 9062 Śak. Kathās. xviii, 359] or fut. [Pāṇ. 3-3, 150 f. ]) strange, curious (e.g. citraṃ badhiro vyākaraṇam adhyeṣyate 'it would be strange if a deaf man should learn grammar' Kāś.) [Page 396, Column 2]
• strange! Hariv. 15652 Kathās. v, vii Rājat. i, iv
• the ether, sky L.
• a spot MBh. xiii, 2605
• a sectarial mark on the forehead L.
• = kuṣṭha L.
• a picture, sketch, delineation MBh. Hariv. 4532 (sa- mfn. = -ga) R. Śak. &c. (ifc. f. ā Megh. 64)
• variety of colour L.
• a forest (vana for dhana?) of variegated appearance Sch. on KātyŚr. xxi, 3, 23 and ṢaḍvBr. ii, 10
• various modes of writing or arranging verses in the shape of mathematical or other fanciful figures (syllables which occur repeatedly being left out or words being represented in a shortened form) Sarasv. ii, 16 Kpr. ix, 8 Sāh.
• punning in the form of question and answer, facetious conversation, riddle, iv, 14/v Pratāpar. Kuval.
a-. and, su-citrá, dā́nu-, vi-
⋙ citrakaṇṭaka
○kaṇṭaka m. 'having variegated thorns', Asteracantha longifolia or Tribulus lanuginosus Npr.
⋙ citrakaṇṭha
○kaṇṭha m. 'speckled-throat', a pigeon L.
⋙ citrakathālāpasukha
○kathâlāpa-sukha mfn. happy in telling charming stories W.
⋙ citrakambala
○kambala m. a variegated carpet or cloth (used as an elephant's housing) L.
⋙ citrakara
○kara m. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 21) a painter (son of an architect by a Sūdra woman BrahmaP. i
• or by a gāndhikī Parāś. Paddh.) VarBṛS. Kathās. v, 30
⋙ citrakarṇa
○karṇa m. 'speckled-ear', N. of a camel W.
⋙ citrakarman
○karman n. any extraordinary act, wonderful deed W.
• magic W.
• painting Śak. (in Prākṛit) vi, 4/5 (vḷ.) Kathās. lv, 36
• a painting, picture R. vii, 28, 41 VarBṛS. Kathās. vi, 50 Mn. iii, 64 Sch.
• mfn. devoted to various occupations BhP. x, 5, 25, m. = -kara W.
• 'working wonders', a magician W.
• Dalbergia oujeinensis L.
○rma-vid mfn. skilled in the art of painting W.
• skilled in magic W.
⋙ citrakavitva
○kavi-tva n. the art of composing verses called citra (q.v.) PSarv.
⋙ citrakāṇḍālī
○kāṇḍâlī f. Cissus quadrangularis Npr.
⋙ citrakāya
○kāya m. 'striped-body', a tiger or panther L.
⋙ citrakāra
○kāra m.= -kara MBh. v, 5025 R. (G) ii, 90, 18 Sāh.
• 'wonder', astonishment Lalit. xviii, 134
⋙ citrakuṇḍala
○kuṇḍala m. N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i, 4545 ff
⋙ citrakuṣṭha
○kuṣṭha n. white or spotted leprosy
⋙ citrakūṭa
○kūṭa m. 'wonderful peak', N. of a hill and district (the modern Citrakote or Catarkot near Kāmtā, situated on the river Paisuni about 50 miles S.E. of the Bandah in Bundelkhund
• first habitation of the exiled Rāma and Lakshmaṇa, crowded with temples as the holiest spot of Rāma's worshippers) MBh. iii, 8200 R. i-iii Ragh. xii f. VarBṛS. BhP.
• a pleasure-hill Daś. viii, 90
• n. N. of a town Kathās.
• (ā), f. N. of a river VP.
-māhātmya n. 'glory of Citrakote', N. of wk
⋙ citrakūlā
○kūlā f. a kind of Croton Npr.
⋙ citrakṛt
○kṛt mfn. astonishing Śatr.
• m. = -kara VarBṛS. Kathās. v, 28 Subh.
• Dalbergia oujeinensis L.
⋙ citrakṛtya
○kṛtya n. painting Kathās. lxxi, 82
⋙ citraketu
○ketu m. N. of a son (of Garuḍa MBh. v, 3597
• of Vasishṭha BhP.iv, 1, 4of
• of Kṛishṇa, x, 61, 12
• of Lakshmaṇa, ix, 11, 12
• of Devabhāga, 24, 39)
• of a Sūraseṇa king, vi, 14, 10 ff
⋙ citrakola
○kola m. 'spotted-breast', a kind of lizard L.
⋙ citrakriyā
○kriyā f. = -kṛtya MBh. iv, 1360
⋙ citrakṣatra
○kṣatra mfn. whose dominion is brilliant (Agni) RV. vi, 6, 7 (voc.)
⋙ citraga
○ga mf(ā)n. represented in a picture Kathās.v, 31
⋙ citragata
○gata mfn. id. MBh. vi, 1662 Śak. &c
⋙ citragandha
○gandha n. 'of various fragrances', yellow orpiment L.
⋙ citragu
○gu m. 'possessing brindled cows', N. of a son of Kṛishṇa BhP. x, 61, 13
⋙ citragupta
○gupta m. N. of one of Yama's attendants (recorder of every man's good and evil deeds) MBh. xiii SkandaP. NārP. VārP. Bādar. iii, 1, 15 Sch. Kathās. lxxii
• (also candra-g○ W.)
• a secretary of a man of rank (kind of mixed caste)
• a form of Yama Tithyād.
• N. of the 16th Arhat of the future Utsarpiṇī, jain. L.
• of an author (?)
⋙ citragṛha
○gṛha n. a painted room or one ornamented with pictures RV.
⋙ citragrāvan
○grāvan mfn. stony Daś. xi, 114
⋙ citragrīva
○grīva m. (= -kaṇṭha) N. of a pigeon-king Pañcat. ii, 2/3 Kathās. lxi Hit.,
⋙ citraghnī
○ghnī f. 'removing spotted leprosy', N. of a river Hariv. 9516 (v. l. mitra-ghnā)
⋙ citracāpa
○cāpa m. 'having a variegated bow', N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i, 2733
⋙ citraja
○ja mf(a)n. prepared with various substances Hcat.
⋙ citrajalpa
○jalpa m. talking on various things
⋙ citrajña
○jña mfn. skilled in composing verses called citra (cf. Sch
• or 'skilled in painting?') R. vii, 94, 9
⋙ citrataṇḍula
○taṇḍula m. Embelia Ribes L.
• (a), f. id. Bhpr. v, 1, 112
⋙ citratanu
○tanu m. 'having a speckled body', the partridge Npr.
⋙ citratala
○tala mfn. painted or variegated on the surface W. [Page 396, Column 3]
⋙ citratāla
○tāla m. (in music) a kind of measure
⋙ citratūlikā
○tūlikā f. a painter's brush Kād.
⋙ citratvac
○tvac m. 'having variegated bark', the birch L.
⋙ citradaṇḍaka
○daṇḍaka m. the cotton plant L. =
⋙ citradarśana
○darśana m. 'variegated-eyed', N. of a Brāhman changed into a bird Hariv. (vḷ. chidra-d○)
⋙ citradīpa
○dīpa m. N. of a chapter (prakaraṇa) of the Pañcadaśī.
⋙ citradṛśīka
○dṛ́śīka mfn. looking brilliant RV. vi, 47, 5
⋙ citradeva
○deva mṆ. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh. ix, 2573
• (ī), f. Mahendra-vāruṇi L.
⋙ citradhara
○dhara m. N. of an author
⋙ citradharman
○dharman mṆ. of a prince (identified with the Asura Virūpâksha), i, 2659
⋙ citradhā
○dhā ind. in a manifold way BhP. iii, vi, x
⋙ citradhrajati
○dhrajati (○trá-), mfn. having a bright course (Agni) RV. vi, 3, 5
⋙ citradhvaja
○dhvaja m. (= -ketu) N. of a man SaddhP. xxiv
⋙ citranātha
○nātha m. N. of a son of Dhṛishṭa MatsyaP. xii, 21
⋙ citranetrā
○netrā f. 'variegated-eyed', the bird Sārikā L.
⋙ citranyasta
○nyasta mfn. = -ga MBh. ix, 43 Kum. ii, 24 Vikr. (v. l.)
⋙ citrapakṣa
○pakṣa m. 'speckled-wing', = -tanu L.
• a kind of pigeon (cf. -kaṇṭha) Bhpr. v, 10, 69
• N. of a demon causing head-ache PārGṛ. iii, 6, 3
⋙ citrapaṭa
○paṭa m. a painting, picture Hariv. 16001 Daś. Kathās.
⋙ citrapaṭṭa
○paṭṭa m. id. Hariv. 10069
-gata mfn. = citra-ga, 9987
⋙ citrapaṭṭikā
○paṭṭikā f. = ○ṭṭa W.
⋙ citrapattra
○pattra m. 'speckled-leaved', Betula Bhojpatra Npr.
• (ī), f. Commelina salicifolia L.
⋙ citrapattraka
○pattraka m. 'having variegated feathers', a peacock Npr.
• (ikā), f. the plant Kapittha-parnī L.
• Droṇa-pushpi L.
⋙ citrapada
○pada mfn. full of various (or graceful) words and expressions MBh. iii, 1160 BhP. i, 5, 10
• n. a metre of 4x23 syllables
• (ā), f. Cissus pedata L.
• a metre of 4 x 8 syllables
-kramam, ind, at a good or brisk pace W.
⋙ citraparṇikā
○parṇikā f. 'speckled-leaved', Hemionitis cordifolia L.
⋙ citraparṇī
○parṇī f. id. L.
• Rubia Munjista L.
• Gynandropsis pentaphylla (vḷ. -varṇī) L.
• = -pattrī L.
• the plant Droṇa-pushpī L.
⋙ citrapāṭala
○pāṭala N. of a plant Buddh. L.
⋙ citrapādā
○pādā f. 'speckled-footed', = -netrā L.
⋙ citrapiccha
○piccha m. = -pattraka Gal.
⋙ citrapicchaka
○picchaka m. id. L.
⋙ citrapuṅkha
○puṅkha m. 'having variegated-feathers', an arrow L.
⋙ citraputrikā
○putrikā f. a female portrait Kathās. lxxii, cxxii
○kāyita mfn. resembling a female portrait Siṃhâs.
⋙ citrapura
○pura n. N. of a town Durgāv. xii
⋙ citrapuṣpī
○puṣpī f. variegated-blossomed', Hibiscus cannabinus L.
⋙ citrapṛṣṭha
○pṛṣṭha mfn. having a speckled back Car. i, 27
• m. a sparrow L.
⋙ citrapratikṛti
○pratikṛti f. 'representation in colours', a painting Hariv. 7812
⋙ citrapriyakatha
○priya-katha mfn. speaking various kind words W.
⋙ citraphala
○phala m. the fish Mystus Citala L.
• Cucumis sativus L.
• (ā, ī), f. the fish Mystus Karpirat L.
• (ā), f. N. of several plants (cirbhiṭā, mṛgêrvāru, citra-devii, vārtākī kaṇṭakāri) L.
⋙ citraphalaka
○phalaka m. a tablet for painting Kathās. cxvii, 24
• a painting Śak. Vikr. and Ratnâv. (in Prākṛit)
Ratnâv. and Kathās. (ifc. f. ā) Sāh.
⋙ citrabarha
○barha m. = -piccha MBh. ii, 2103
• N. of a son of Garuḍa, v, 3597 (cf. ○hin.)
⋙ citrabarhin
○barhin mfn. having a variegated tail (a peacock, son of Garuḍa), xiii, 4206
⋙ citrabarhis
○barhis (○trá-), mfn. having a brilliant bed (of stars
• the moon) RV. i, 23, 13 f
⋙ citrabalagaccha
○bala-gaccha m. N. of a Jain Gaccha
⋙ citrabāṇa
○bāṇa m. 'having variegated arrows', N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i, 4545
⋙ citrabāhu
○bāhu m. 'speckled-arm', N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra, 2732
• of a Gandharva Bālar. iv, 8
• of a man BhP. x, 90, 34
⋙ citrabīja
○bīja m. 'having variegated seeds', red Ricinus L.
• (ā), f. = -taṇḍula L.
⋙ citrabhānu
○bhānu (○trá-), mfn. of variegated lustre, shining with light RV. AV. iv, 25, 3 ; xiii, 3, 10 TBr. ii f. Kauś. MBh. i, 722
• N. of fire MBh. Hariv. R. BhP. Sāh.
• = ○trârcis L.
• Plumbago zeylanica L.
• Calotropis gigantea L.
• the 16th year in the 60 years' cycle of Jupiter VarBṛS. viii, 35 Romakas.
• N. of Bhairava L.
• of a prince VP. iv, 16, 2 (v. l.)
• of Bāṇa(-bhaṭṭa)'s father
⋙ citrabhārata
○bhārata n. N. of wk
⋙ citrabhāṣya
○bhāṣya n. eloquence MBh. v, 1240
⋙ citrabhitti
○bhitti f. a painted wall, picture on a wall MaitrUp. Mṛicch. Kathās.
⋙ citrabhūta
○bhūta mfn. painted or decorated MBh. xiv, 281
⋙ citrabheṣajā
○bheṣajā f. 'yielding various remedies', Ficus oppositifolia L.
⋙ citramañca
○mañca m. (in music) a kind of measure
⋙ citramaṇḍala
○maṇḍala m. 'forming a variegated circle', a kind of snake Suśr. v, 4, 33
⋙ citramanas
○manas m. N. of a horse of the moon VāyuP.
⋙ citramahas
○mahas (○trá-), mfn. = ○trā́-magha RV. x, 122, 1
• m. N. of the author of x, 122 RAnukr.
⋙ citramīmāṃsā
○mīmāṃsā f. N. of wk. on rhet
-khaṇḍana n. 'refutation of the Citramimāṃsā', N. of a work
⋙ citramṛga
○mṛga m. the spotted antelope R. v, 20, 11 Mn. iii, 269 Sch.
⋙ citramekhala
⋙ citramekhalaka
○mekhaḍlaka Mn. iii, 269 Sch.
⋙ citramekhala
⋙ citramekhalaka
○mekhaḍlaka m. = -piccha L.
⋙ citrayajña
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⋙ citrayāna
○yāna m. N. of a prince Dāṭhādh. ii
⋙ citrayāma
○yāma (○trá-), mfn. = dhrajati RV. iii, 2, 13
⋙ citrayodhin
○yodhin mfn. fighting in various ways MBh. Hariv. 6867
• m. Arjuna L.
• Terminalia Arjuna L.
• a quail Npr.
⋙ citrarañjaka
○rañjaka n. tin Npr.
⋙ citraratha
○ratha (○trá-), mfn. having a bright chariot (Agni) RV. x, 1, 5
• m. the sun L.
• the polar star (Dhruva). BhP. iv, 10, 22
• N. of a man RV. iv, 30, 18
• the king of the Gandharvas AV. viii, 10, 27 MBh. Hariv. Vikr. Kād. BhP.
• N. of a king TāṇḍyaBr. xx, 12 Pañcat.
• of a king of the Aṅgas MBh. xiii, 2351
• of a descendant of Aṅga and son of Dharma-ratha Hariv. 1695 ff. BhP. ix, 23, 6
• of a snake-demon Kauś. 74
• of a son (of Gada or Kṛishṇa Hariv. 9193
• of Ushadgu or Ruśeku MBh. xiii, 6834 Hariv. 1971 BhP. ix, 23, 30
• of Vṛishṇi, 24, 14 and 17
• of Gaja, v, 15, 2
• of Supārśvaka, ix, 13, 23
• of Ukta or Ushṇa, 22 39)
• of a prince of Mṛittikāvati MBh. iii, 11076 (cf. BhP. ix, 16, 3)
• of a Sūta R. ii, 32, 17
• of an officer Rājat. viii, 1438
• of a Vidyā-dhara L.
• (a), f. N. of a river MBh. vi, 341
• (ī), f. a form of Durgā Hariv. ii, 109, 48
• cf. caitraratha
-bāhlika n. sg., g. rājadantâdi
⋙ citraraśmi
○raśmi m. 'having variegated rays', N. of a Marut, 11546
⋙ citrarāti
○rāti (○trá-), mfn. granting excellent gifts RV. vi, 62, 5 and 11
⋙ citrarādhas
○rādhas (○trá.), mfn. id. RV. viii, 11, 9 ; x, 65, 3 AV.i, 26, 2
⋙ citrarekhā
○rekhā f. N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.
⋙ citrarepha
○repha m. N. of a son of Medhātithi (king of Śāka-dvipa) BhP. v, 20, 25
⋙ citralatā
○latā f. Rubia Munjista L.
• N. of an Apsaras Bālar. iv, 6
⋙ citralikhana
○likhana n. painting Mn. ii, 240 Sch.
⋙ citralikhita
○likhita mfn. painted Kathās. cxxii, 44
⋙ citralekhaka
○lekhaka m.= -kara Pāṇ. 4-2, 128 Sch. (not in Kāś.)
⋙ citralekhanikā
○lekhanikā f. = -tūlikā Uṇ. iv, 93 Sch.
⋙ citralekhā
○lekhā f. a picture, portrait Gīt. x, 15 two metres of 4 x 17 syllables
• another of 4 x 18 syllables
• N. of an Apsaras (skilful in painting) MBh. Hariv.
• of a daughter of Kumbhâṇḍa, 9930 BhP. x, 62, 14
⋙ citralocanā
○locanā f. = -netrā L.
⋙ citravat
○vat mfn. decorated with paintings Ragh. xiv, 25 Hcar. v, 71
• containing the word citra TāṇḍyaBr. xviii, 6 ŚāṅkhŚr. xv
• (), f. a metre of 4 x 13 syllables
• N. of a daughter of Kṛishṇa or Gada Hariv. 9194
⋙ citravadāla
○vadāla m. the fish Silurus pelonius L.
⋙ citravana
○vana n. 'of variegated appearance ( s.v. citrá)', N. of a wood near the Gaṇḍaki Hit. i, 2, 34/35
• cf. citraka
⋙ citravarṇī
○varṇī See -parṇī
⋙ citravartikā
○vartikā f. = -tūlikā Kād. Mālatīm. i, 34/35
⋙ citravartiṇī
○vartiṇī f. a kind of medicament (reṇukā) Npr.
⋙ citravarman
○varman m. 'having a variegated cuirass', N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i, v, vii
• of a king (of the Kulūtas) Mudr. i, 20 ; v, 9/10
• of Campāvatī and Mathurā BrahmôttKh. xvi
⋙ citravarṣin
○varṣin mfn. raining in an unusual manner Hariv. 11145
⋙ citravalayā
○valayā f. 'having a variegated bracelet', N. of a goddess BrahmaP. ii, 18, 15
⋙ citravallika
○vallika m. the fish Silurus boalis L.
⋙ citravallī
○vallī f. = -devii L.
• Cucumis coloquintha L.
⋙ citravahā
○vahā f. 'having a wonderful current', N. of a river MBh. vi, 325 ; xiii, 7652
⋙ citravāja
○vāja (○trá-), mfn. having wonderful riches (the Maruts) RV. viii, 7, 33
• decorated with variegated feathers (an arrow) BhP. iv
• m. a cock L.
⋙ citravāhana
○vāhana m. 'having decorated vehicles', N. of a king of Maṇi-pura MBh. i, 7826 (cf. caitra-vāhanī.)
⋙ citravicitra
○vicitra mfn. variously coloured W.
• multiform W.
⋙ citravidyā
○vidyā f. the art of painting W.
⋙ citravīrya
○vīrya m. = -bīja (v. l.?) L.
⋙ citravṛtti
○vṛtti f. any astonishing act or practice W.
⋙ citravegika
○vegika m. 'having a wonderful velocity', N. of a Nāga MBh. i, 2159
⋙ citraveṣa
○veṣa m. 'having a variegated dress', Śiva
⋙ citravyāghra
○vyāghra m. 'striped tiger', a leopard L.

citraśākāpūpabhakṣyavikārakriyā3citrá--śākâpūpa-bhakṣya-vikāra-kriyā f. the art of preparing various kinds of pot-herbs, sweetmeats and other eatables (one of the 64 Kalās)
⋙ citraśālā
○śālā f. = -gṛha R. iii, v Kād.
• a metre of 4 x 18 syllables
⋙ citraśālikā
○śālikā f. = -gṛha Ratnâv. iii, 0/1 (in Prākṛit)
⋙ citraśikhaṇḍadhara
○śikhaṇḍa-dhara m. wearing various tufts of hair (Vishṇu), Vishṇ īc, 65. =
⋙ citraśikhaṇḍin
○śikhaṇḍin m. pl. 'bright-crested', the 7 Ṛishis (Marici, Atri, Aṅgiras, Pulastya, Pulaha, Kratu, Vasishṭha [MBh. xii Bālar. x, 98
• Viśvā-mitra, i, 27]) Rājat.i, 55
○ṇḍi-ja m. 'son of Aṅgiras', the planet Jupiter L.
○ṇḍi-prasūta m. id. L.
⋙ citraśiras
○śiras m. = -śīrṣaka Suśr. v, 3, 7
• N. of a Gandharva Hariv. 14156
⋙ citraśilā
○śilā f. 'stony', N. of a river MBh. vi, 9, 30
⋙ citraśīrṣaka
○śīrṣaka m. 'speckled-head', a kind of venomous insect Suśr. v, 8, 4
⋙ citraśoka
○śoka m. Jonesia Asoka Npr.
⋙ citraśocis
○śocis (○trá-), mfn. shining brilliantly RV. v, 17, 2 ; vi, 10, 3 ; viii, 19, 2
⋙ citraśravastama
○śravas-tama (○trá-), mfn. (superl.) having most wonderful fame, i, iii, viii. [Page 397, Column 2]
⋙ citrasaṃstha
○saṃstha mfn. = -ga W.
⋙ citrasaṅga
○saṅga n. a metre of 4 x 16 syllables
⋙ citrasarpa
○sarpa m. the large speckled snake (mālu-dhāna) L.
⋙ citrasena
○sena (○trá-), mfn. having a bright spear, vi, 75, 9
• m. N. of a snake-demon Kauś. 74
• of a leader of the Gandharvas (son of Viśvā-vasu) MBh. Hariv. 7224
• of a son (of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i, v, viii
• of Parikshit, i, 3743
• of Śambara Hariv. 9251 and 9280
• of Narishyanta BhP. ix, 2, 19
• of the 13th Manu Hariv. 889 BhP. viii, 13, 31
• of Gada or Kṛishṇa Hariv. 9194)
• of an adversary of Kṛishṇa, 5059
• of Tarā-sandha's general (Ḍimbhaka) MBh. ii, 885 f
• of a divine recorder of the deeds of men Ācāranirṇ.
• (= -gupta) the secretary of a man of rank W.
• N. of a scholiast on Piṅgala's work on metres
• (ā), f. N. of an Apsaras MBh. Hariv. 12691
• of one of the mothers in Skanda's retinue MBh. ix, 2632
• of a courtesan Vātsyāy. ii, 7, 30
• of a river MBh. vi, 325 (cf. caitraseni.)
⋙ citrastha
○stha mfn. = -ga Hariv. 7919 Kathās.
⋙ citrasthala
○sthala n. N. of a garden Kathās. lxxiii, 39
⋙ citrasvana
○svana m. 'clear-voice', N. of a Rākshasa BhP. xii, 11, 36
⋙ citrahasta
○hasta m. pl. particular movements of the hands in fighting MBh. ii, 902
⋙ citrākṛti
citrâkṛti f. a painted resemblance, portrait, picture W.
⋙ citrākṣa
citrâkṣa m. 'speckled-eye', N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra, i, vii
• of a king VāyuP. ii, 37, 268 (vḷ.)
• of a Draviḍa king, v. l. for citra, q.v
• of a Nāga-rāja Buddh. L.
• (ī), f. = -netrā L.
⋙ citrākṣupa
citrā-kṣupa m. ○tra-pattrikā) the plant Droṇa-pushpi L.
⋙ citrāṅga
citrâṅga mfn. having a variegated body Buddh. L.
• m. a kind of snake L.
• Plumbago rosea L.
• N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i, 4545 PadmaP. iv, 55
• of an antelope Pañcat. Hit.
• of a dog Pañcat.
• n. vermilion L.
• yellow orpiment L.
• (ī), f. an ear-wig (Julus cornifex) L.
• Rubia munjista L.
• N. of a courtesan Kathās. cxxii, 68
-sádana m. 'Citrâṅga-killer', Arjuna L.
⋙ citrāṅgada
citrâṅgada mfn. decorated with variegated bracelets MBh. ii, 348
• m. N. of a king of Daśârṇa MBh. xiv, 2471
• of a son (of Śāntanu, i Hariv. ix, 22, 20
• of Indra-sena, v. l., See candrâṅg○)
• of a Gandharva (person of the play Dūtâṅgada)
• of a Vidyā-dhara Kathās. xxii, 136
• of a divine recorder of men's deeds Ācāranirṇ.
• (= -gupta) the secretary of a man of rank W.
• (ā), f. N. of an Apsaras MBh. xiii, 1424
• of a wife of Arjuna (daughter of Citra-vāhana and mother of Babhru-vāhana), i, xiv
-sū f. 'Citrâṅgada's mother', Satyavati (mother of Vyāsa) L.
⋙ citrāṭīra
citrâṭīra m. (= ○trêśa) the moon L.
• the forehead spotted with the blood of a goat offered to the demon Ghaṇṭā-karṇa L.
⋙ citrāṇḍaja
citrâṇḍaja m. a variegated bird VarYogay. vi, 18
⋙ citrānna
citrânna n. rice dressed with coloured condiments Yājñ. i, 303
⋙ citrāpūpa
citrâpūpa m. speckled cake L.
⋙ citrāpūrṇamāsa
citrā-pūrṇamāsá m. the full moon standing in the asterism Citrā TS. vii, 4
⋙ citrāmagha
citrā́-magha mf(ā)n. granting wonderful gifts RV. (cf. Naigh. i, 8)
⋙ citrāyasa
citrâyasa n. steel L.
⋙ citrāyudha
citrâyudha m. 'having variegated weapons', N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i f. vii
⋙ citrāyus
citrâyus mfn. possessed of wonderful vitality RV. vi, 49, 7
⋙ citrārambha
citrârambha mfn. = ○tra-ga Vikr. i, 4
⋙ citrārcis
citrârcis m. the sun Gal.
⋙ citrārpita
citrârpita mfn. -"ṣtra-ga Śak. Mālav. Rājat. v, 359
• (citrair arp○ MBh. xiii, 2660)
○târambha mfn. id. Ragh. ii, 31 Kum. iii, 42
⋙ citrāvasu
citrā́-vasu mfn. rich in (brilliant ornaments i.e.) shining stars VS. iii, 18 (cf. TS. i Kāṭh. vii, 6) ŚBr. ii
• n. (scil. yajus) the verse VS. iii, 18 ĀpŚr. vi, 16, 10
⋙ citrāśva
citrâśva m. 'having painted horses', Satyavat (as fond of painting horses) MBh.
⋙ citrāsaṅga
citrâsaṅga mfn. having a variegated cloak Baudh.
⋙ citrāstaraṇavat
citrâstaraṇa-vat mfn. covered with various or variegated carpets R. iv, 44, 99
⋙ citrāsvātī
citrā-svātī g. rājadantâdi
⋙ citreśa
citrêśa m. 'lord of Citrā', the moon L.
⋙ citrokti
citrôkti f. a marvellous or heavenly voice L.
• a surprising tale W.
• eloquent discourse W.
⋙ citroti
citrôti mfn. = ○trā́magha RV. x, 140, 3
⋙ citrotpalā
citrôtpalā f. 'having various lotus-flowers', N. of a river Purushôtt.
⋙ citropalā
citrôpalā f. 'stony', N. of a river MBh. vi, 341
⋙ citraudana
citrâudana m. n. ○trânna Grahay.
≫ citraka
citraka m. a painter L.
• = ○tra-kāya MBh. vii, 1320 (cillaka, C) Pañcat.
• a kind of snake Suśr. v, 4, 33
• (in alg.)
• the 8th unknown quantity
• Plumbago zeylanica, i, 38
• iv
• Ricinus communis L.
• N. of a son (of Vṛishṇi or Pṛiśni Hariv.
• of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i, 2740)
• of a Nāga L. Sch.
• (pl.) of a people, ii, 1804
• n. a mark (only ifc. 'marked or characterised by' TBr. i, 1, 9, 5 Sch..)
• a sectarial mark on the forehead L.
• a painting Hariv. 7074
• a particular manner of fighting (cf. ○tra-hasta), 15979 (vḷ. cakraka) [Page 397, Column 3]
• N. of a wood near the mountain Raivataka, 8952
≫ citraṭa
citraṭa = ○tra-rañjaka Npr.
≫ citraya
citraya Nom. ○yati, 'to make variegated', decorate MBh. xii, 988
• to regard as a wonder Dhātup. xxxv, 63 (cf. Vop.)
• to throw a momentary glance ib.
• to look ib.
• to be a wonder ib.
≫ citrala
citrala mfn. variegated L.
• m. = ○tra-mṛga L.
• (ā), f. the plant Go-rakshi L.
≫ citrika
citrika m. (fr. citrā́) the month Caitra L.
≫ citrita
citrita mfn. made variegated, decorated', painted MBh. ii, vi Hariv. 8945 Suśr. &c
• cf. vi-
≫ citrin
citrin mfn. having variegated (black and grey) hair VarBṛS. lxxvii, 4/5, 6
• (íṇyas), f. pl. (the dawns) wearing bright ornaments RV. iv, 32, 2
• (iṇī), f. a woman endowed with various talents (one of the four divisions into which women are classed) Siṃhâs. vi, 1/2
• (pl.) N. of certain bricks Nyāyam.
≫ citriya
cítriya mfn. visible at a distance (a species of Aśvattha) TBr.i
• m. N. of a man Rājat. viii, 2181
≫ citrī
citrī ind. for ○tra
⋙ citrīkaraṇa
○karaṇa n. making variegated, decorating, painting Dhātup. xxxv, 63
• surprise Pāṇ. 3-3, 150
⋙ citrīkāra
○kāra m. id Lalit. xix, 102
⋙ citrīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. changed into a picture Śak. vi, 21
≫ citrīya
citrīya Nom. ○yate (cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 19) to be surprised Hcar. vii
Mcar. Bālar. Prasannar. Kathās.
• (cf. Vop. xxi, 23) to cause surprise Bhaṭṭ. (cf. ati-)
≫ citrīyā
citrīyā f. surprise Daś. xi, 32
≫ citrya
cítrya mfn. brilliant RV. v, 63, 7 ; vii, 20, 7
≫ cid 1
cid in comp. for cit
⋙ cidacit
○acit 'thought and non-thought, mind and matter', in comp
○cicchakti-yukta mfn. having power (śakti) over mind and matter W.
○cin-maya mfn. consisting of mind and matter BhP. xi, 24, 7
⋙ cidambara
○ambara m. N. of the author of a law-book
• n. N. of a town W.
-pura n. id
-rahasya, n. N. of wk
-sthala n. = -pura Śaṃkar. iv, 7
⋙ cidasthimālā
○asthi-mālā f. N. of a Comm. on a grammatical work
⋙ cidātmaka
○ātmaka mfn. consisting of pure thought BhP. viii, 3, 2
⋙ cidātman
○ātman m. pure thought or intelligence, i, 3, 30 RāmatUp. Prab.
⋙ cidānanda
○ānanda 'thought and joy', in comp
-daśa-ślokī f. ten verses in praise of thought and joy
-maya mfn. consisting of thought and joy RāmatUp.
-stava-rāja m. = -daśa-ślokī
○ndâśrama m. N. of a teacher (= paramânand○)
⋙ cidullāsa
○ullāsa mfn. shining like thoughts BhP. ix, 11, 33
⋙ cidgaganacandrikā
○gagana-candrikā f. N. of wk., Anand. i Sch.
⋙ cidghana
○ghana m. = -ātman Sarvad. viii, 78
⋙ cidratnacaṣaka
○ratna-caṣaka N. of wk
⋙ cidratha
○ratha mṆ. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.
• (ī), f. N. of a Comm.
⋙ cidrūpa
○rūpa mfn. (cf. Vop. ii, 37) = cin-maya KapS. vi, 50 NṛisUp. (-tva n. abstr.) Sarvad.
• wise L.
• n. the Universal Spirit as identified with pure thought W.
⋙ cidvilāsa
○vilāsa m. N. of a pupil of Śaṃkarâcārya Śaṃkar. iv, 5
⋙ cidvṛtti
○vṛtti f. spiritual action Daśar. ii, 37
≫ cin
cin in comp. for cit
⋙ cinmaya
○maya mfn. consisting of pure thought RāmatUp. Sarvad. ix, 71 f. Sāh. iii, 2
⋙ cinmātra
○mātra mfn. id., KaivUp. 17 Vedântas. 168
≫ cekitāna
cékitāna mfn. See √4. cit, Intens
• intelligent (Śiva) MBh. vii, xiii
• m. N. of a prince (ally of the Pāṇḍus), if., v Bhag. i, 5 Hariv. 5013 and 5494
≫ cet
cet Nom. (fr. cétas) ○tati (cf. Vop. xxi, 8
• aor. 3. pl. acetiṣur) to recover consciousness Bhaṭṭ.xv, 109
≫ cetaḥ
cetaḥ in comp. = ○tas
⋙ cetaḥpīḍā
○pīḍā f. grief L.
≫ cetaka
cetaka mfn. causing to think W.
• sentient W.
• (ī), f. = ○tanikā L.
• Jasminum grandiflorum L.
≫ cetana
cétana mf(ī́)n. visible, conspicuous, distinguished, excellent RV. AV. ix, 4, 21
• percipient, conscious, sentient, intelligent KaṭhUp. v, 13 ŚvetUp. vi, 13 Hariv. 3587 KapS. Tattvas. &c
• m. an intelligent being, man Sarvad. ii, 221
• soul, mind L.
• n. conspicuousness RV. i, 13, 11 and 170, 4 ; iii, 3, 8 ; iv, 7, 2
• soul, mind R. vii, 55, 17 and 20
• (ā), f. consciousness, understanding, sense, intelligence Yājñ. iii, 175 MBh. &c. (often ifc. [f. ā] Mn. ix, 67 MBh. &c.) (cf. a-, niś-, puru-cét○, vi-, sa-, sú-)
⋙ cetanatā
○tā f. the state of a sentient or conscious being, intelligence
⋙ cetanatva
○tva n. id. Sarvad. vii, 8 Kum. iii, 39 Sch. KapS. i, 100 Sch.
⋙ cetanabhāva
○bhāva m. id. Bādar. ii, 1, 6 Sch.
⋙ cetanācetana
cetanâcetana pl. sentient and unsentient beings Megh. 5
⋙ cetanāvat
cetanā-vat mfn. having consciousness, knowing, understanding, reasonable Nir. MBh. xii, xiv Sāṃkhyak. Suśr.
⋙ cetanāṣṭaka
cetanâṣṭaka n. N. of wk
≫ cetanakā
⋙ cetanakī
cetaḍnakī f. = ○nikā L.
≫ cetanikā
cetanikā f. Terminalia Chebula L.
≫ cetanī
cetanī ind. for ○naṛoot
⋙ cetanīkri
○kri to cause to perceive or become conscious BhP. viii, 1, 9 Schṛoot.
⋙ cetanībhū
○bhū to become conscious ib. [Page 398, Column 1] Contents of this page
≫ cetanīyā
cetanīyā f. the medicinal herb ṛddhi L.
≫ cetaya
cetaya mfn. sentient Pāṇ. 3-1, 138
≫ cetayāna
cetayāna mfn. (irreg. pr. p.) having sense, reasonable MBh. iii, v, viii R. ii, 109, 7
≫ cetayitavya
cetayitavya mfn. to be perceived PraśnUp.
≫ cetayitṛ
cetayitṛ mfn. = ○ya MBh. xii ŚvetUp. Sch.
≫ cetas
cétas n. splendour RV.
• (cf. Naigh. iii, 9) consciousness, intelligence, thinking soul, heart, mind VS. xxxiv, 3 AV. Mn. ix, xii MBh. &c. (ifc. KaṭhUp. Mn.&c.)
• will AV. vi, 116, 3 TBr.iii, 1, 1, 7
• cf. a-cetás, dabhrá-, prá-, laghu-, ví-, sá-, su-cétas
≫ cetasaka
cetasaka m. pl. N. of a people MBh. vii, 2095
≫ cetasam
cetasam ind. ifc. fr. ○tas Vop. vi, 62
≫ cetāya
cetāya Nom. (fr. ○tas), ○yale, xxi, 8
≫ cetiṣṭha
cétiṣṭha mfn. (fr. céttṛ) most attentive (with gen.) RV. i, 65, 9 and 128, 8 ; v, vii ; x, 21, 7
• (fr. citrá) most conspicuous, viii, 46, 20 VS. xxvii, 15
≫ cetī
cetī ind. in comp. for ○tas
⋙ cetīkṛ
○√kṛ Vop.vii, 84
≫ cetu
cetú m. heedfulness RV. ix, 81, 3
≫ ceto
ceto in comp. for ○tas
⋙ cetobhava
○bhava m. = citta-ja L. Sch.
⋙ cetobhū
○bhū, Mālatim. Bālar. Vcar.xi, 94
⋙ cetomat
○mat mfn. endowed with consciousness, living MBh. iii, 8676
⋙ cetomukha
○mukha mfn. one whose mouth is intelligence, MānḍUp
⋙ cetovikāra
○vikāra m. disturbance of mind Suśr. Mn. i, 25 Sch.
⋙ cetovikārin
○vikārin mfn. disturbed in mind Suśr. i, 46, 4, 4
⋙ cetohara
○hara mf(ā)n. captivating the heart Bhām. iii, 10
≫ cettṛ
céttṛ mfn. attentive, guardian, RY. x, 128, 9 ( also s.v. √4. cit) AV. iv and vi (cettṛ́) TS. if
≫ cetya
cétya mfn. perceivable RV. vi, 1, 5
• (ā́), f. = (?), x, 89, 14
cit 6
cit ind. only in comp
⋙ citkāra
○kāra for cīt-k○
-vat, for cīt-k○
-śabda m. = cītkāra W. 2
⋙ citti
cittí f. crackling, i, 164, 29
citá 1. cíti, See √1. ci
citi 2
cití See √4. cit
citikā ○tī, ○tīka, See √1. ci
citkaṇa-kantha See cikk○
cit-kāra See 6. cit
cittá See √4. cit
cittala mf(ā)n. (fr. citrala) moderate Kṛishis. ii, 1 ; vii, 10
citti 1
cítti 2. cittí. See √4. cit and 6. cit
⋙ cittin
⋙ cittī
cittī See √4. cit
cítya See √1. ci
citrá ○traka, ○traṭa, &c. See √4. cit
cid 2
cid ind. even, indeed, also (often merely laying stress on a preceding word
• requiring a preceding simple verb to be accentuated [Pāṇ. 8-1, 57] as well as a verb following, if cid is preceded by an interrogative pron. 48
• in Class. only used after interrogative pronouns and adverbs to render them indefinite, and after jātu, q.v.) RV. VS. AV.
• like (added to the stem of a subst., e.g. agni-, rāja-) Nir. i, 4 Pāṇ. 8-2, 101
cid-cid or cid-ca or cid-u, as well as, both, and RV.
cint (cf. √4. cit), cl. 10. ○tayati (cl. 1. ○tati Dhātup. xxxii, 2
• metrically also ○tayate, See also ○tayāna) to think, have a thought or idea, reflect, consider MBh. R. &c
• to think about, reflect upon, direct the thoughts towards, care for (acc
• exceptionally dat. or loc. or prati) Mn. iv, vii f. Yājñ. i MBh. &c
• to find out R. i, 63, 27 Hit.
• to take into consideration, treat of. Sāṃkhyak. 69
• to consider as or that, tax (with double acc. or acc. and iti) Hariv. 14675 R. v, 67, 7 Mālav. Pāṇ. 2-3, 17 Kāś.
≫ cintaka
cintaka mfn. ifc. one who thinks or reflects upon, familiar with (e.g. daiva-, vaṃśa-, &c., qq. vv.) Gaut. Mn. vii, 121 MBh. Hariv. R. Pañcat.
• m. an overseer Divyâv.
• N. of the 23rd Kalpa period VāyuP. i, 21, 48 f
• cf. kārya-, graha-, megha-
≫ cintana
cintana n. thinking, thinking of. reflecting upon
• anxious thought Mn. xii, 5
MBh. Kathās. Rājat.v, 205 Sāh.
• consideration Sarvad. x ; xii, 6 ff
≫ cintanīya
cintanīya mfn. to be thought of or investigated VarBṛS. xliii, 37 Pañcat. 1, 1/2
• iii BhP. viii, 11, 38
≫ cintayāna
cintayāna mfn. (irr. pr. p.) reflecting, considering MBh. ii, 1748 ; iii, 12929 Pañcat. iv, 14/15
⋙ cintayitavya
cintayitavya mfn. to be thought of Mālav. ii, 13/14
≫ cintā
cintā f. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 105), thought, care, anxiety, anxious thought about (gen., loc., upari, or in comp.) Mn. xii, 31 Yājñ. i, 98 MBh. &c. (○tayā instr. 'by mere thinking of' VP. i, 13, 50)
• consideration Sarvad. xii f. [Page 398, Column 2]
• N. of a woman Rājat. viii, 3453
⋙ cintākarman
○karman n. troubled thoughts L.
⋙ cintākārin
○kārin mfn. considering, regarding L.
⋙ cintākula
○"ṣkula (○tâk○), mfn. disturbed in thought W.
⋙ cintākṛtya
○kṛtya ind. p., g. sākṣādādi (vḷ. cittā- Gaṇar. 98 Sch.)
⋙ cintāpara
○para mfn. lost in thought Nal. ii, 2 ; xii, 86
⋙ cintābhara
○bhara m. a heap of cares Siṃhâs.
⋙ cintāmaṇi
○maṇi m. 'thought-gem', a fabulous gem supposed to yield its possessor all desires Hariv. 8702 Śāntiś. Bhartṛ. &c
• Brahmā L.
• N. of various treatises (e.g. one on astrol. by Daśa-bala) and commentaries (esp. also ifc.)
• of a Buddha L.
• of an author
• f. N. of a courtesan, Kṛishṇakarṇ. Sch.
-catur-mukha m. N. of a medicine prepared with mercury L.
-tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha W.
-vara-locana, mṆ. of a Samādhi Kāraṇḍ. xvii, 9
⋙ cintāmaya
○maya mfn. 'consisting of mere idea', imagined BhP. ii, 2, 12 AgP. xxx, 28
• ifc. produced by thinking of. R. ii, 85, 16
⋙ cintāyajña
○yajña m. a thought-sacrifice MBh. xiv, 2863
⋙ cintāratna
○ratna n. = -maṇi, only in ○tnāyita n. impers. represented as a gem yielding all desires Siṃhâs.
⋙ cintāvat
○vat mfn. = -para W.
⋙ cintāveśman
○veśman n. a council room L.
⋙ cintokti
cintôkti f. midnight cry W.
≫ cintita
cintita mfn. thought, considered W.
• thought of. imagined Pañcat. Vet.
• found out, investigated Nal. xix, 4 Hit. (su-)
• treated of. Madhus.
• reflecting, considering W.
• n. thought, reflection, care, trouble VarBṛSḷi,. 24 Dhūrtas.
• intention R. i
• (ā), f. See caintita
⋙ cintitopanata
cintitôpanata mfn. thought of and immediately present Kathās. xviii, 329
⋙ cintitopasthita
cintitôpasthita mfn. id., 116 and 146
≫ cintiti
cintiti f. = cintā, thought, care L.
⋙ cintin
cintin mfn. ifc. thinking of. Naish. viii, 17
⋙ cintiyā
cintiyā f. = ○titi L.
≫ cintya
cintya mfn. to be thought about or imagined ŚvetUp. vi, 2 Bhag. x, 17
• = ○tayitavya R. iv, 17, 56 and 23, 4
• 'to be conceived', See á-
• to be considered or reflected or meditated upon ŚvetUp. i, 2 Yājñ. i, 344 MBh. &c
• 'to be deliberated about', questionable Siddh. on Pāṇ. 7-2, 19 and 3, 66 Sāh. i, 2/3, 17 and 50
• n. the necessity of thinking about (gen.) BhP. vii, 5, 49
⋙ cintyadyota
○dyota m. pl. 'of brightness conceivable only by imagination', a class of deities MBh. xiii, 1373
⋙ cintyasaṃgraha
○saṃgraha m. N. of wk
cinti m. pl. 'N. of a people', in comp
⋙ cintisurāṣṭra
○surāṣṭra m. pl. the Cintis and the inhabitants of Su-rāshṭra, g. kārta-kaujapâdi
cintiḍī for tint○ L.
cinna m. for cīna, q.v. L.
cipaṭa mfn. flat-nosed L.
≫ cipiṭa
cipiṭa mf(ā)n. blunted, flattened, flat VarBṛS. Naish. vii, 65
• pressed close to the head (the ears), vḷ. for carpaṭa, q.v
• = ○paṭa Pāṇ. 5-2, 33
• m. a kind of venomous insect Suśr. v f
• = ○ṭaka L.
• (a), f. a kind of grass L.
• cf. piccita
⋙ cipiṭagrīva
○grīva mfn. short-necked VarBṛS. lxviii, 31
⋙ cipiṭaghrāṇa
○ghrāṇa mfn. flat-nosed Kathās. lxi, 15
• cxxiii
⋙ cipiṭanāsa
○nāsa mfn. id. VarBṛS. lxviii, 61
⋙ cipiṭanāsika
○nāsika mf(ā)n. id. Kathās. xx, 108
• m. pl. N. of a people(in the north of Madhyadeśa) VarBṛS. xiv, 26
⋙ cipiṭaviṣāṇa
○viṣāṇa mfn. blunt horned, lxi, 2
⋙ cipiṭāsya
cipiṭâsya mfn. flat-faced VarBṛ.
≫ cipiṭaka
cipiṭaka m. flattened rice L.
• (ikā), f. scurf(on a healed wound) Suśr. i, 23, 14 Sch.
⋙ cipiṭikāvat
cipiṭikāvat mfn. furnished with scurf (a healed wound), 14
≫ cipiṭī
cipiṭī ind. for ○ṭa
⋙ cipiṭīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. flattened Kād. v, 1059 Bālar. ix, 20
≫ cipuṭa
cipuṭa m. = ○piṭaka L. Sch.
cippa See cipya
cippaṭa n. = citraṭa L.
⋙ cippaṭajayāpīḍa
○jayâpīḍa m. N. of a king of Kaśmir Rājat. iv, 675
cipya m. a kind of worm (cf. kipya) Suśr. vi, 54, 6
• n. a disease of the finger-nail, whitlow (also cippa), ii, 13, 1 and 17
• iii f
• cf. chippikā
cibi cibu m. the chin L.
≫ cibuka
cibuka n. (= cub○), id. Yājñ. iii, 98 Suśr. VarBṛS. Kathās. Rājat. Prab.
• (m. or n. ?) tongs (saṃdaṃśa) Gṛihyās. i, 85
• m. Pterospermum ruberifolium L.
• m. pl. N. of a people MBh. i, 6685
cimi m .= 1. ciri L.
• N. of a plant (from the fibres of which cloth is made) L.
≫ cimika
cimika m. = 1. ciri L.
cimicimā f. pricking, Ashṭāṅg. i
≫ cimicimāya
cimicimāya ○yate, to prick Car. i, 18
cirá mfn. (√1. ci?) long, lasting along time, existing from ancient times MBh. xii, 9538 Śak. Megh. Kathās.
○raṃ kālam, during a long time Hariv. 9942 [Page 398, Column 3]
○rāt kālāt, after a long time R. iii, 49, 50
• (ám), n. (Pāṇ. 6-2, 6) delay (e.g. gamana-, 'delay in going' Kāś.
kiṃ cireṇa, 'wherefore delay?' R. iv f. MārkP. xvi, 80
purā́ cirā́t, to avoid delay' ŚBr. ix)
• (ám), acc. ind. (g. svar-ādi, not in Kāś.) for a long time TS. v f. Mn. MBh. &c
• after a long time, slowly RV. v, 56, 7 & 79, 9 AitBr. i, 16 Kathās. iv, 31
• (eṇa), instr. ind. after a long time, late, not immediately, slowly MBh. R. Pāṇ. 1-1, 70 Vārtt. 4 Pat. Ragh. v, 64
• for a long time ( See also kíyat) MBh. xii, 9484
• ever, at all times Prab. ii, 23/24 (āya), dat. ind. for a long time MBh. Śak. Kum. v, 47 Ragh. xiv, 59 &c
• after a long time, at last, finally, too late MBh. R. Pañcat.
• (āt), abl. ind. after a long time, late, at last SāṅkhŚr. xiv
R. Pañcat. Ragh. Kathās. Amar.
• for a long time (also ○rāt-prabhṛti Hariv. 9860 Mālav. iii, 19 ; iv, 13) BhP. v, 6, 3 Kathās. Hit.
• (asya), gen. ind. after a long time, late, at last MBh. Hariv. R. Śak. (v. l.)
• for a long time Bhartṛ. iii, 51
• (é), loc. ind. with some delay, not immediately ŚBr. xiii, 8, 1, 2
⋙ cirakāra
○kāra mfn. working slowly MBh. xii, 9482
⋙ cirakāri
○kāri mfn. id., 9539
⋙ cirakārika
○kārika mfn. id., 9483 ; 9534 ff. ; 9547
⋙ cirakārin
○kārin mfn. id., xii (also ○ri-tā and -tva, abstr.)
• making slow progress Car. vi
⋙ cirakāla
○kāla mfn. belonging to a remote time Pāṇ. 4-3, 105 Kāś. (a- neg.)
• (am), acc. ind. for a long time Pañcat. BrahmaP. RV. i, 125, 1 Sāy.
• (āt), abl. ind. on account of the long time passed since Pañcat. ii, 59/60
• (āya), dat. ind. for a long time to come MBh. vii, 8113
-pālita mfn. protected for a long time W.
○lôpârjita mfn. = cira-saṃcita Hit. i, 4, 50/51 and 6, 15/16
⋙ cirakālika
○ḍkālika mfn. of long standing, old, long-continued, chronic W.
⋙ cirakālīna
○"ṣkālīna mfn. id. W.
⋙ cirakīrti
○kīrti m. N. of the founder of a religious sect Śaṃkar. ii
⋙ cirakṛta
○kṛta mfn. long practised Daś. vii, 322
⋙ cirakriya
○kriya mfn. = -kāra L.
⋙ ciragata
○gata mfn. long gone, long absent MBh. iii, 17261 R. i, 42, 1
⋙ ciraceṣṭita
○ceṣṭita mfn. long sought for, of rare occurrence W.
⋙ ciraja
○ja mfn. born long ago, old
⋙ cirajāta
○jāta mfn. 'id.', (with abl.) older than MBh. iii, 13334
-tara mfn. id. 13331
⋙ cirajīvaka
○jīvaka m. 'long-lived', the Jivaka tree L.
• (ikā), f. a long life KaṭhUp. i, 24
⋙ cirajīvin
○jīvin mfn. long-lived MBh. iii, 11262 and 13231 R. ii VarBṛS.
• (said of Mārkaṇḍeya, Aśvatthāman, Bali, Vyāsa, Hanumat, Vibhīshaṇa, Kṛipa, Paraśu Rāma) Tithyād.
• m. Vishṇu L.
• a crow L.
• Salmalia malabarica L.
• = ○vaka L.
• N. of a crow Kathās. lxii, 8
○vi-tā f. = ○vikā Priy. i, 4 Daśar. Sch.
⋙ ciraṃjīva
○ṃ-jīva m. long-lived (said of several authors, e.g. of Rāma-deva)
• (ā), f. Trigonella corniculata L.
⋙ ciraṃjīvin
○ṃ-jīvin m. (= ○ra-j○) Vishṇu L.
• a crow L.
• Salmalia malabarica L.
• = ○ra-jīvaka L.
• N. of a kind of bird Siṃhâs.
⋙ ciratama
○tama mfn. superl., (ena) instr. ind. extremely slowly Pāṇ. 1-1, 70 Vārtt. 4 Pat.
⋙ ciratara
○tara mfn. compar., (am), ind: for a very long time Bhartṛ. iii, 13 Amar.
• (eṇa), instr. ind. more slowly Pāṇ. 1-1, 70 Vārtt. 4 Pat.
⋙ ciratā
○tā f. long duration W. =
⋙ ciratikta
○tikta m. (= kirāta-t○) Agathotes Chirayta L.
• (ā), f. a species of wild cucumber Npr.
⋙ ciradātṛ
○dātṛ m. N. of a prince of -pura Kathās. lv, 12 f
⋙ ciradivasam
○divasam ind. for a long time W.
⋙ ciranirgata
○nirgata mfn. long appeared (a bud) Śak. vi, 4
⋙ ciraniviṣṭa
○niviṣṭa mfn. abiding long, having rested for a long time W.
⋙ ciraparicita
○paricita mfn. long accustomed or familiar Megh.93
⋙ ciraparṇa
○parṇa m. N. of a plant (having curative properties) L.
⋙ cirapākin
○pākin m. 'ripening late', Feronia elephantum L.
⋙ cirapura
○pura n. N. of a town Kathās. lv, 13
⋙ cirapuṣpa
○puṣpa m. 'blossoming late', Mimusops Elengi L.
⋙ cirapraṇaṣṭa
○praṇaṣṭa mfn. long disappeared R. v, 19, 20
⋙ cirapravāsin
○pravāsin mfn. long absent Hit. i, 6, 33
⋙ cirapravṛtta
○pravṛtta mfn. long or ever existent Kād.
⋙ ciraprasūtā
○prasūtā f. (a cow) which has calved a long time ago L.
⋙ cirabilva
○bilva m. Pongamia glabra MBh. ix, 3036 R. iii, 79, 34 Suśr. VarBṛS. Sāṃkhyak. Sch.
⋙ cirabhāvin
○bhāvin mfn. remote (in future) Kathās. ci, 125
⋙ ciramitra
○mitra n. an old friend Hit. i, 3, 0/1
⋙ ciramehin
○mehin m. 'urining for a long time', an ass L.
⋙ ciramocana
○mocana for cīr○, q.v
⋙ cirambhaṇa
○m-bhaṇa m. 'crying long', a kind of falcon (cilla) L.
⋙ cirayāta
○yāta mfn. = -gata MBh. iii, 17256
⋙ cirarātra
○rātra m. ḻ. a long time Mn. iii, 266 MBh. xiii, 4240
• (am), ind. for a long time, 1
• (āya) dat ind., id. MBh. iii, 10568
• after a long time, at last MBh. R. ii, 40, 18
○trêpsita mfn. = cirâbhilaṣita MBh. v, 169
○trôṣita mfn. having lodged for a long time, i, 6412
⋙ ciraroga
○roga m. a chronic disease W.
⋙ ciralabdha
○labdha mfn. obtained after a long time (a son in old age) W.
⋙ ciralokaloka
○loka-loka mfn. one whose world is a long-existing world (the manes) TUp.ī, 8
⋙ ciraviproṣita
○viprôṣita mfn. long-banished Nal. xvii, 18. [Page 399, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ ciravṛtta
○vṛtta mfn. happened long since R. i, 4, 16
⋙ ciravelā
○velā f. (ayā) instr. ind. at so late a time Pañcat. iv, 10/11
⋙ cirasaṃvṛddha
○saṃvṛddha mfn. long grown or augmented R. i, 55, 27
⋙ cirasaṃcita
○saṃcita mfn. acquired long ago Hit. i, 6, (15/16 (v. l.)
⋙ cirasambhṛta
○sambhṛta mfn. id. Kathās.
⋙ cirasuptabuddhi
○supta-buddhi mfn. one whose mind has been long asleep, long senseless W.
⋙ cirasūtā
○sūtā f. = -pras○ L.
⋙ cirasūtikā
○sūtíkā f. id. L. =
⋙ cirasevaka
○sevaka m. an old servant W.
⋙ cirastha
○stha mfn. long continuing W.
• = -sthāyin W.
• = nāyaka L.
⋙ cirasthāyin
○sthāyin mfn. long left or preserved (food) Bhpr. v, 27, 3
○yi-tā f. long continuance, durability W.
⋙ cirasthita
○sthita mfn. = -sthāyin Mn. v, 25 Suśr.
⋙ cirasthitika
○sthitika mfn. long existing (ifc., evaṃ-, 'existing so long') Lalit. xxii, 33
⋙ cirāṭikā
cirâṭikā f. a white-blossoming Boerhavia erecta L.
⋙ cirātikta
cirâtikta m. = ○ra-t○ L.
⋙ cirād
cirâd m. 'long-eating', Garuḍa L.
⋙ cirāntaka
cirântaka m. N. of a son of Garuḍa MBh. v, 3598
⋙ cirābhilaṣita
cirâbhilaṣita mfn. long desired, iii, 1851
⋙ cirāyāt
cirâyāt mfn. coming late Pañcat. iv, 10/11
⋙ cirāyu
cirâyu m. 'long-lived', the vine-palm L.
⋙ cirāyuka
cirâyuka m. id. Gal.
⋙ cirāyuṣa
cirâyuṣa mfn. bestowing long life Pañcat.v, 5, 1/2 (2/3, BC)
⋙ cirāyuṣya
cirâyuṣya mfn. favoured with long life Daś. i, 178 (-tā, abstr.)
⋙ cirāyus
cirâyus mfn. long-lived Suśr.
• m. a deity L.
• a crow Gal.
⋙ cirārodha
cirârodha m. a long or protracted siege W.
⋙ cirāśrita
cirâśrita mfn. long maintained or protected, an old dependant W.
⋙ cirojjhita
cirôjjhita mfn. long since abandoned W.
⋙ cirotha
cirôtha mfn. existing a long time Suśr.
⋙ cirotsuka
cirôtsuka mfn. desirous for a long time Kathās.
⋙ ciroṣita
cirôṣita mfn. one who has been long absent MBh. xiii Hariv. 1151 BhP. i
• = -sthāyin MārkP. xxxiv, 57
≫ ciratna
ciratna mfn. ancient Pāṇ. 4-3, 23 Pat.
≫ cirantana
cirantana mfn. (fr. ○raM-t○, iv, 3, 23 ; vii, 1, 1) id. Pañcat. VarBṛS. Pāṇ. 4-3, 105 Kāś. Sāh.
• existing from ancient times Mn. iv, 46 Sch.
• m. Brahmā Gal.
• Śiva
• m. pl. the ancients Sāh. viii, 10
≫ ciraya
ciraya Nom. ○yati, to act slowly, delay, be absent a long while Mṛicch. (once Ā) Mālav. &c
≫ cirāya
cirāya Nom. P. Ā. (p. ○yamāṇa) id. MBh. &c
≫ cirāyita
cirāyita mfn. = ○yamāṇa MBh. i BhP.x, 82, 41
ciraṇṭī f. = car○ Pāṇ. 4-1, 20 Pat.
≫ ciraṇṭhī
ciraṇṭhī [L.],
⋙ ciraṇḍhī
ciraḍṇḍhī [Kathās. lviii, 56], f. id
ciri 1
ciri in comp
⋙ cirikāka
○kāka m. a kind of crow MBh. xiii, 111, 123 (cauri-k○, 'a thief of a crow', C)
⋙ ciribilva
○bilva m. = ○ra-b○ Bhpr. vii, 59, 49
ciri 2
ciri cl. 5. ○ṛṇoti, to hurt, kill Dhātup. xxvii, 30 Pāṇ. 8-2, 78 Kāś.
• cf. jiri
≫ cirikā
cirikā f. a kind of weapon (cilikā) L. Sch.
ciriṭīka m. a kind of bird Car. i, 27, 46 (v. l. ○rIT○)
ciriṇṭī f. = ○raṇṭi L.
cirilla m.= ciralli L.
• (i), f. a kind of bird VarBṛS. lxxxvi, 44 (v. l.)
cirīṭīka See ○riT○
ciru m. the shoulder-joint L.
cirbhaṭa m. (cf. carbh○) Cucumis utilissimus (also its fruit) Car. vi, 10
• (ī) f. id. Pañcat. i, 3, 20/21 ; 7, 1/2 (cf. gaja-cirbhaṭā.)
≫ cirbhaṭikā
cirbhaṭikā f. id., i, 3, 20/21
≫ cirbhiṭa
cirbhiṭa n
⋙ cirbhiṭā
cirbhiḍṭā f. another kind of gourd Car. i, 27, 101 (vḷ. ○bhaṭa) Bhpr. v, 6, 36 (cf. indracirbhiṭī
kṣudra-, kṣetra- and gaja-cirbhiṭā.)
≫ cirbhiṭikā
cirbhiṭikā f. id. L.
cil cl. 6. ○lati, to put on clothes Dhātup. xxviii, 63 (cf. cela.)
cilamīlikā f. a kind of necklace (ciliminikā Buddh. L.) L.
• a firefly L.
• lightning(cilicīmi and ○mī Gal.) L. (cf. cilim○.)
cilāti = kirātī, in comp
⋙ cilātiputra
○putra m. 'son of a Kirāta woman', a metron. HYog.i, 13
cili N. of a man Pravar. vii, 10
cilikā = cirikā L.
cilicima m. a kind of fish Car. i, 25 Suśr. i, 20, 3 and 8
≫ cilicīma
⋙ cilicīmi
cilicīḍmi L. Sch. See also cilamīlikā
ciliminikā See ib.
cili-mīnaka m. = ○licima L.
cilimīlikā f. = ○lam○ L. [Page 399, Column 2]
cill c]. 1. to become loose Dhātup.
• to exhibit a bhāva, or hāva (derived fr. cilla) ib.
≫ cilla
cilla mfn. blear-eyed (cf. culla, pilla) Pāṇ. 5-2, 33 Vārtt. 2
• m. n. a bleared or sore eye L.
• m. the Bengal kite L.
• (ī), f. = ○llakā L.
• for bhillī (Symplocos racemosa) L.
• = ○lli, q.v
⋙ cilladevī
○devī fṆ. of a goddess
⋙ cillabhakṣyā
○bhakṣyā f. a kind of vegetable perfume L.
⋙ cillābha
cillâbha m. 'resembling a kite', a petty thief, pickpocket L.
≫ cillaka
cillaka m. = citraka, q.v
• (ā), f. a cricket L.
• (ikā), f. a kind of pot-herb (cilli) Pañcar. (ifc.)
≫ cillaṭa
cillaṭa or m. an animal of the bhūmiśaya class Car. i, 27, 32
⋙ cilllaḍa
cilḍllaḍa m. an animal of the bhūmiśaya class Car. i, 27, 32
≫ cilli
cilli m. a kind of bird of prey (cf. cilla and gāṅgacillī) Suśr. i, 7, 4 and 46, 2, 21
• f. a kind of pot herb (○llī Car. 1, 27, 88 Suśr. i, iv, vi), i, 20, 2
≫ cillikā
cillikā f. of ○llaka, q.v
⋙ cillikālatā
○latā f. 'Cillikā creeper', the eye-brow Daś. xii, 29 f
≫ cilvaṭi
cilvaṭi m. probably = ○llaṭa GopBr. i, 2, 7
civiṭa m.= cipiṭaka L. Sch.
civillikā f. N. of a shrub L.
ciścā́ ind. onomat. (for a rattling sound) RV. vi, 75, 5 (cf. Nir. ix, 14)
≫ ciściṣākāram
ciściṣā-kāram = cuścuṣ○ ĀpŚr. xiii, 17, 6
cihaṇa beginning a Gaṇa of Pāṇ. 6-2, 125
⋙ cihaṇakantha
○kantha m. N. of a town ib.
cihura See cikura
cihna n. a mark, spot, stamp, sign, characteristic, symptom MBh. R. &c. (ifc. f. ā Ragh. ii, 7 Ratnâv. i, 6/7)
• a banner, insignia L.
• a zodiacal sign VarBṛS. iii, 3
• (in Gr.) aim, direction towards Vop. v, 7
⋙ cihnakārin
○kārin mfn. marking W.
• wounding L.
• frightful L.
⋙ cihnadhara
○dhara mfn. bearing the signs or insignia (of office) Buddh. L.
⋙ cihnadhāriṇī
○dhāriṇī f. Hemidesmus indicus L.
• Ichnocarpus frutescens L.
⋙ cihnabhūta
○bhūta mfn. become a mark Nal. xvii
≫ cihnaka
cihnaka n. a small mark Kād. vi, 1731
≫ cihnana
cihnana n. a characteristic Naish. i, 62
≫ cihnaya
cihnaya Nom. P. (ind. p. ○yitvā) to stamp Mn.
≫ cihnayitavya
cihnayitavya mfn. to be marked VarBṛS. lix
≫ cihnita
cihnita mfn. marked, stamped, distinguished Mn. ii, viii, x Yājñ.i, 318 ; ii, 6 & 85 Pañcat. &c
≫ cihnīkṛta
cihnī-kṛta mfn. marked MBh. xiii, 826
cīāka N. of a poet, Vallabh
cīk (=√sīk), cl. 1. 10. to endure (√mṛṣ, vv. ll. ā-√mṛṣ and -√mṛś) Dhātup.
cīcīkūcī onomat. for the warbling of birds MBh. xvi, 38 Hariv. 1146 ; 9297 (v. l. cic○)
• (cicīkucī) R. vi, 11, 42 and MārkP. ii, 44
cīṭhikā for cīrikā, q.v
cīḍā f. a kind of perfume Jain. Sch.
cīṇa ○ṇaka, for cīna &c., q.v
cīt ind. (cf. 6. cit) only in comp
⋙ cītkāra
○kāra m. cries, noise MBh. vii, 6666 Kathās. lxxiii, 240 Hit.
-vat mfn. accompanied with cries, Mālatim. i, 1
⋙ cītkṛta
○kṛta n. = -kāra Kād. Bālar. HPariś. i, 45
⋙ cītkṛti
○kṛti f. rattling Bālar. viii, 38
cītí See √1. ci
cīna m. pl. the Chinese Mn. x, 44 MBh. ii f. vf. R. iv, 44, 14
Lalit. Jain. Car. VarBṛS. (also cīṇa)
• m. sg. a kind of deer L.
• Panicum miliaceum (also cinna L.)
• a thread L.
• n. a banner L.
• a bandage for the corners of the eyes Suśr. i, 18, 11
• lead L.
⋙ cīnakarkaṭikā
○karkaṭikā f. a kind of gourd (also cīṇa- L.) Npr.
⋙ cīnakarpūra
○karpūra m. a kind of camphor L.
⋙ cīnaja
○ja n. steel L.
⋙ cīnapaṭṭa
○paṭṭa a sort of cloth, 10
• n. lead L.
⋙ cīnapati
○pati m. N. of a kingdom Buddh.
⋙ cīnapiṣṭa
○piṣṭa n. minium or red lead Vcar. xiv, 68
• lead L.
-maya mfn. consisting of minium Kathās. xxiii, 85
⋙ cīnarajaputra
○rája-putra m. a pear tree Buddh.
⋙ cīnavaṅga
○vaṅga n. lead (or tutenag?) L.
⋙ cīnasicaya
○sicaya m. a China or silken cloth Pañcar.
⋙ cīnāṃśuka
cīnâṃśuka n. id. Hariv. 12745 Śak. Kum. Daś. Amar.
⋙ cīnākarkaṭī
cīnā-karkaṭī f. = ○na-karkaṭikā L.
⋙ cīnācāraprayogavidhi
cīnâcāra-prayoga-vidhi m. N. of wk
≫ cīnaka
cīnaka m. pl. the Chinese MBh. viii, 236
• sg. Panicum miliaceum Hcat. i, 3
• (cīṇaka) KātyŚr. Paddh
• fennel L.
• a kind of camphor Bhpr.
≫ cīnāka
cīnāka m. fennel, v, 8, 79
cīpū-dru m. N. of a tree, Av. vi, 127. [Page 399, Column 3]
cīb See √cīv
cībh v. l. for √bībh, q.v
cīy vḷ. for √cīv, q.v
cī́ra n. (√ci Uṇ.) a strip, long narrow piece of bark or of cloth, rag, tatter, clothes TĀr. vii, 4, 12 Gaut. Mn. vi, 6 MBh. &c. (ifc. parox. Pāṇ. 6-2, 127 & 135)
• the dress of a Buddhist monk (cf. cīvara) W.
• a necklace of 4 pearl strings L.
• i crest (cūḍā) L.
• a stripe, stroke, line L.
• = ○raka L.
• lead L.
• m. for ○rī (a cricket) Kathās. lxxiii, 240
• (ā), f. a piece of cloth, rag VarBṛS. lxxxix, 1 Rājat. iv, 573
• (ī), f. = ○rī-vāka Yājñ. iii, 215
• the hem of an under garment L.
• cf. kuśa-
⋙ cīrakhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa m. a piece of cloth Kathās. iv
⋙ cīranivasana
○nivasana m. pl. '= -bhṛt', N. of a people VarBṛS. xiv, 31
⋙ cīrapattrikā
○pattrikā f. a kind of vegetable L. (v. l. kṣāra-p○)
⋙ cīraparṇa
○parṇa m. Ṣorea robusta L.
⋙ cīraprāvaraṇa
○prâvaraṇa m. pl. '= -bhṛt', N. of a people MārkP. lviii, 52
⋙ cīrabhavantī
○bhavantī f. the elder sister of a wife L.
⋙ cīrabhṛt
○bhṛt mfn. clothed in bark or rags Ragh. iii, 22
⋙ cīramocana
○mocana n. N. of a Tīrtha Rājat. i, 149 and 152
⋙ cīravasana
○vasana mfn. = -bhṛt R. ii, vi
⋙ cīravāsas
○vāsas mfn. id. Mn. xi, 102 and 106 MBh. xiii &c
• m. N. of Śiva, xiii f
• of a Yaksha, ii, 399
• of a prince, i, 2697
≫ cīraka
cīraka f. a public announcement on a slip of paper L.
• (ikā), f. id. Kathās. li, lv, lxxi Lokapr.
• (cīṭhikā, 'a small slip of paper') Bhojapr. 321/322
• = ○rī-vāka L. (v. l. for ○rukā)
≫ cīri
cīri f. a veil for the eyes L.
≫ cīrita
cīrita mfn. 'ragged', only in comp
⋙ cīritacchadā
○cchadā f. Beta bengalensis L.
⋙ cīritapattrikā
○pattrikā f. = ○ra-p○ Npr.
≫ cīrin
cīrin mfn. = ○ra-bhṛt MBh. iii, xiii Hariv. 10594 BhP. iii, 33, 14
• (iṇī), f. N. of a river MBh. iii, 12751 (v. l. viir○
• cf. kuśa-cīrā)
≫ cīrī
cīrī f. of ○ra,
⋙ cīrīvāka
○vāka m. a cricket Mn. xii, 63
• (cīvi-vāc Vishṇ. xliv, 24)
• cf. cīrukā, cīlikā
cīralli a kind of large fish Suśr. vi, 35, 4
• cf. cirilla
cīrī See cī́ra
cīruka n. a kind of fruit L.
• (ā), f. = ○rī-vāka L.
cīrṇa mfn. (√car) practised, observed (as a vow, austerity) MuṇḍUp. iii, 2, 10 MBh. xv, 91 Divyâv. BhP. v, 6, 3
• n. conduct W.
⋙ cīrṇakarkaṭī
○karkaṭī for cīna-k = ○ṭikā Gal.
⋙ cīrṇaparṇa
○parṇa m. n. Azadirachta indica L.
• m. Phoenix sylvestris L.
⋙ cīrṇavrata
○vrata mfn. = carita-v○ Yājñ. iii, 299 MBh.
cīlikā ○llakā f. = cīrī-vāka L.
cīv (or cīb), cl. 1. ○vati, ○vate, to take Dhātup. xxi, 15
• to cover (derived fr. cīvara) ib.: cl. 10. cīvayati, xxxiii, 101
cīvara m.iron filings Gobh. iv, 9, 7
• n. the dress or rags of a religious (esp. Buddhist or Jain) monk ŚāṅkhŚr. ii, 16, 2 Pāṇ. 3-1, 20 MBh. i, 36, 38 Mṛicch. &c
⋙ cīvarakarṇika
○karṇika m. n. lappet of a monk's robe Divyâv.
⋙ cīvarakarman
○karman n. arranging a monk's dress (before a journey), viii, 40 f. (cf. xii, 92)
⋙ cīvaragopaka
○gopaka m. the keeper of monks' dresses Buddh. L.
⋙ cīvaranivasana
○nivasana v. l. for cīra-n○
⋙ cīvarabhajaka
○bhajaka m. distributor of monks' dresses Buddh. L.
≫ cīvaraya
cīvaraya Nom. ○yate, to put on rags W.
≫ cīvarin
cīvarin m. a Buddhist or Jain monk L.
cīvillikā v. l. for civ○ L.
cīvi-vāc See cīrī-vāka
cukopayiṣu mfn. (√kup, Caus. Desid.) wishing to make angry MBh. viii, 1793
cukk cl. 10. to suffer pain Dhātup.
cukkasa m.= bukk○ L. Sch.
cuk-kāra v. l. for buk-k○ L.
cuknat mfn. KātyŚr. xxv, 12, 3
cukra m. n. ḻ. vinegar made by acetous fermentation (of grain or of -phala) Hariv. 8439 ff. Suśr.
• sorrel
• n. = -vedhaka L.
• (ā, ī), f. = -caṇḍikā L.
• (ā), f. Oxalis pusilla Bhpr. v, 9, 26
• (ī), f. id. L.
⋙ cukracaṇḍikā
○caṇḍikā f. the tamarind tree Npr.
⋙ cukraphala
○phala n. the tamarind fruit L.
⋙ cukravāstūka
○vāstūka n. sorrel L.
⋙ cukravedhaka
○vedhaka n. a kind of sour ricegruel L.
⋙ cukrāmla
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• (ā), f. Oxalis corniculata L.
• = ○kra-caṇḍikā L.
• = ○kra-vedhaka L.
≫ cukraka
cukraka n. sorrel L.
• (ikā), f. Oxalis corniculata Car. vi, 9 Bhpr. v
• = ○kra-vedhaka L.
≫ cukriman
cukriman m. sourness, g. dṛḍhâdi
cukṣā f. = śauca g. chattrâdi
cukṣobhayiṣu mfn. (√kṣubh, Caus. Desid.) intending to shake or disturb MBh. vii, 1142 ; viii, 697
cuci m. the female breast W.
cucu for cuccu, q.v. L.
cucuka See cūc○
cucundarī = chucchun○ L.
cucupa See cūc○
cucūka See cūcuka
cuccu a kind of vegetable Car. i, 27 ; vi, 23
⋙ cuccuparṇikā
○parṇikā f. a kind of vegetable, i, 27
≫ cuccū
cuccū m. f. = ○ccu Suśr. i, 46 ; iv, vi
cucy vḷ. for √śucy, q.v
cuñcu mfn. ifc. = cañcu, renowned for (cf. akṣara-, cāra-) Pāṇ. 5-2, 26
• accustomed to Śiś. ii, 14
• m. the musk-rat (cf. cucundarī) L.
• a mixed caste whose business is hunting (born of a Brāhman father by a Vaideha female Sch.) Mn. x, 48
• N. of a man VP. iv, 3, 15 (vḷ. cañcu)
cuñcurī f. a kind of game played with tamarind seeds instead of dice L.
≫ cuñculi
⋙ cuñculī
cuñcuḍlī f. id. L.
cuñcula m. N. of a man, (pl.) his descendants Hariv. 1466
• (ī), f. See ○curī
cuṭ (and cuṇṭ, cuṇḍ.), cl. 6. 10. cuṭati (cuṇṭ○), coṭayati (cuṇṭ○, cuṇḍ○), to split, cut off Dhātup.: cl. 1. coṭati (cuṇṭ○, cuṇḍ○), to become small ib. (cf. √cuṭṭ and buṭ)
cuṭṭ cl. 10. ṭṭayati, to become small, xxxii, 24
cuḍ cl. 6. ○ḍati, to conceal, xxviii
cuḍḍ cl. 1. ḍḍati, = √cull, ix, 63
cuṇ cl. 6. to split, cut off, xxviii, 84
cuṇṭ = √cuṭ, q.v
≫ cuṇṭā
cuṇṭā f. a small well or reservoir near a well L.
≫ cuṇṭī
cuṇṭī f. id. Suśr. i, 45
• cf. cauṇṭya, cūḍaka
cuṇṭh cl. 10. ṭhayati, to hurt Dhātup.
cuṇḍ = √cuṭ q.v
≫ cuṇḍya
cuṇḍya = ○ṇṭī Bhpr.
cuṇḍhi v. l. for ○ṇṭī L.
cut vḷ. for cyut Dhātup. iii, 3
cuta m. ○ti f. = cūta, the anus L.
cud cl. 1. códati, ○te (Subj. códat
• Impv. ○da, ○data, dasva, (2. du.) ○dethām
• aor. 2. sg. codīs
• pr. p., See a-codát), to impel, incite, animate RV.
• to bring or offer quickly (as the Soma) RV.
• Ā. to hasten RV.: Caus. codáyati, rarely ○te (Subj. 2. sg. ○yāsi, ○yāse
• aor. acūcudat MBh. xiii, 35
• p. codáyat
• Pan. codyamāna), to sharpen, whet RV. vi, 47, 10 (cf. 3, 5) ; ix, 50, 1 ; x, 120, 5
• to impel, incite, cause to move quickly, accelerate RV. AV. iii, 15, 1 MBh. &c
• (with cakṣus) to direct (the eye) towards (loc.) Mṛicch. ix, 11
• to inspire, excite, animate RV. AV. vii, 46, 3
• to request, petition, ask, urge on, press or importune with a request Lāṭy. ii, 9, 15 Mn. MBh. &c
• help on, assist in the attainment of (dat.) RV.
• to bring or offer quickly, vi, 48, 9 ; vii, 77, 4
• to ask for MBh. xiii R. vii BhP.x
• to inquire after MBh. i, 5445
• to enjoin, fix, settle ŚāṅkhŚr. Lāṭy.
• to object, criticise Bādar. Sch.
• to be quick RV. i, 117, 3 ; x, 101, 12 and 102, 12
• [cf. ?, ? ; Lat. cudo.]
≫ coda
códa m. an implement for driving horses, goad or whip, v, 61, 3
• (○dá), mfn. animating, inspiring, promoting, i, 143, 6 ; ii, 13, 9 and 30, 6 (cf. radhracodá.)
⋙ codapravṛddha
○pravṛddha (○dá-), mfn. exalted by the inspiring (draught of Soma), i,: 174, 6
≫ codaka
codaka mfn. impelling MBh. xiii, 71
• m. direction, invitation KātyŚr. i. 10 Nyāyam. x
• (in Gr.) = pari-graha, q.v. RPrāt. x, 10 [Page 400, Column 2]
• xi, 14
• asker, objectioner, pupil Jain.
≫ codana
códana mfn. impelling AV. vii, 116, 1 (cf. ṛṣi-, eka-, kīri-, brahma-, radhra-cód○)
• (ā, am), fn. impelling, invitation, direction, rule, precept VS. xxix, 7
RPrāt. ŚāṅkhŚr. KātyŚr. Lāṭy. Mn. ii, &c
• (ā), f. reproof (as in Pāli) Divyâv. i, 54
• (i), f. N. of a plant(vḷ. for rodanī) L. Sch.
⋙ codanāguḍa
codanā-guḍa m. a ball to play with L.
≫ codayanmati
codayán-mati mfn. (fr. ○dáyat, p. √cud, Caus.) promoting devotion RV. v, 8, 6 ; viii, 46, 19
≫ codayitavya
codayitavya mfn. to be criticised Bādar. Sch.
≫ codayitṛ
codayitṛ mf(trī́)n. one who impels or animates or promotes RV. i, 3, 11 ; vii, 81, 6 Kum. iii, 21
≫ codas
codas See a-codás
≫ codāyani
codāyani m. pl. N. of a family Pravar. iv, 8
≫ codita
coditá mfn. caused to move quickly RV. ix, 72, 5
• driven, impelled, incited MBh. R.
• carried on (a business), iv, 28, 21 (a- neg.)
• invited, directed, ordered MBh. Ragh. xii, 59
• informed, apprised W.
• inquired after, BP. vii, 15, 13
• enjoined, fixed, appointed,
ŚānkhŚr. KātyŚr. Mn. ii f. viii MBh. xiii, 2439 R. (B) iii, 56, 16
⋙ coditatva
○tva n. the being enjoined Jaim. vi, 1, 9
• (a- neg.) KātyŚr. i, 6
≫ coditṛ
coditṛ́ mfn. = ○dayitṛ RV. (7 times)
≫ codiṣṭha
códiṣṭha mfn. most animating, viii, 100, 3
≫ codya
codya mfn. to be impelled or incited MBh. v, 1404 and 4600
• (a- neg.) xiii, 4875
• to be criticised Sarvad. xiii, 111
• to be thrown W.
• n. raising questions, consideration MBh. v, 1653
• 'to be urged or objected', a difficult question raised to invite for controversy (pūrva-pakṣa, praśna L. ) Sarvad. xiii, 2 and 22
• astonishment, wonder Śiś. ix, 16
cunanda m. N. of a Buddhist mendicant Lalit. i, 10
cund vḷ. for √bund, q.v
cunda m. N. of a pupil of Śākyamuni Buddh. (cf. mahā-)
• (i), f. a bawd L.
cup 1
cup cl. l. copati, to move MBh. iii, 10648 f. and, 17346 f
• cf. gale-copaka
≫ copana
copana mfn. moving Pāṇ. 3-2, 148 Kāś.
cup 2
cup cl. 6., v. l. for √chup
≫ cupa
cupa m. N. of a man, g. 1. aśvâdi (cumpa Kāś.
-dāsaka Hemac.)
⋙ cupadāsaka
○dāsaka See cupa
cupuṇī́kā f. N. of one of the 7 Kṛittikās TS. iv, 4, 5, 1 Kāṭh. xl, 4
cubuka n. (= cib○, chúb○) the chin BhP. x, 42, 7
• the top of an altar, Śulbas. iii, 164 and 168
⋙ cubukadaghna
○daghná mfn. reaching to the chin MaitrS. iii, 3, 4 ĀpŚr. vii, 8, 3
cubra n. (√2. cumb) the face Uṇ. ii
cumucumāyana n. itching (of a wound) Suśr. i, 42. 11
cúmuri m. N. of a demon (whom Indra sent to sleep to favour Dabhīti) RV. ii, vi f. x
cumb 1
cumb cl. 10. to hurt Dhātup.
cumb 2
cumb cl. 1. ○bati (exceptionally Ā. Pañcat. iv, 7
• pf. cucumba
• Pass. p. ○byamāna Dhūrtas.), to kiss MBh. Hariv. &c
• to touch with the mouth MBh. viii, 5954
• to touch closely or softly: Caus. cumbayati, to cause to kiss Daś. vi, 6
• to kiss Dhātup. xxxii, 91 (v. l.)
≫ cumba
cumba m. kissing, kiss L.
• (ā), f. id. VarBṛS.
≫ cumbaka
cumbaka mfn. one who kisses much L.
• 'one who has read much', superficial L.
• knavish, roguish L.
• m.= -maṇi Prab. vi, 16 AdhyR. i, 1, 18
• the upper part of a balance L.
• n. a parallel passage Setub. xi, 99 Sch.
⋙ cumbakamaṇi
○maṇi m. a loadstone Mcar.
≫ cumbana
cumbana n. = ○ba
VarBṛS. Pañcat. Amar. Gīt. (ifc. f. ā, ii, 13) &c
⋙ cumbanadāna
○dāna n. giving a kiss, 16
≫ cumbita
cumbita mfn. kissed Śak. iii Sāh. i
• touched closely or softly Mālatīm. Vcar. xiv, 7 Sarvad.
≫ cumbin
cumbin mfn. ifc. kissing W.
• touching closely Caurap. Vcar. viii, 42
• affected with Naish. vi, 66
• relating to, viii, 87
• busy with, iii, 95
cur cl. 10. corayati (rarely ○te MBh. xiii, 5508 MārkP. xv, 23
• aor. acūcurat Śiś. i, 16
• cl. 1. corati Vop. xvii, 1), to steal Mn. viii, 333 MBh. &c
• to rob any one (acc.) Hariv. 11146
• to cause to disappear Siṃhâs. Introd. 3/4 (1. sg. cūrayāmi)
⋙ curādi
○ādi the class of roots beginning with √cur Kāś. on Pāṇ. 1-4, 36 and ii, 3, 56
≫ curaṇya
curaṇya Nom. ○yati, to steal. g. kaṇḍv-ādi. [Page 400, Column 3]
≫ curā
curā f. theft, g. chattrâdi
≫ cora
corá m. (gaṇas pacâdi, brāhmaṇâdi, manojñâdi, pāraskarâdi) = caura, a thief. TĀr. x, 64 MBh. v, 7834
• a plagiarist
• the plant Kṛishṇa-śaṭī L.
• a kind of perfume L.
• N. of a poet Prasannar. i, 22
• (ā), f. = -puṣpī L.
• (ī), f. a female thief. g. pacâdi (g. gaurâdi Gaṇar. 46)
• theft Gal.
⋙ corakaṇṭaka
○kaṇṭaka m. a kind of grass (the seeds of which stick in the clothes) W.
⋙ corakaraṇa
○karaṇa n. calling anyone a thief Pāṇ. 3-4, 25 Kāś.
⋙ coraṃkāram
○ṃ-kāram ind. with ā-√kruś, to call any one a thief. ib.
⋙ corapuṣpikā
⋙ corapuṣpī
○puḍṣpī f. Chrysopogon aciculatus L.
⋙ corasnāyu
○snāyu m. Leea hirta W.
≫ coraka
coraka m. a thief. VarBṛS. xvi, 25
• Trigonella corniculata L.
• a kind of perfume L.
• (ikā), f. theft L. Sch.
⋙ corakabandham
○bandham ind. so as to tie in a particular way Pāṇ. 3-4, 41 Kāś.
≫ corāyita
corāyita mfn. representing a thief. BhP. x, 37
≫ corita
corita mfn. stolen Pañcat. Daś.
• n. theft W.
≫ coritaka
coritaka n. anything stolen, vii
• petty theft W.
curī f. = cuṇṭī L.
curu m. a particular worm in the bowels Car. i, 19, 1, 40 ; iii, 7 Bhpr. vii, 19, 9
≫ cūru
cūru m. a kind of worm Suśr. vi, 54, 6
curucurā f. (onomat.) See karṇe-
≫ curcura
curcura ind., in comp
⋙ curcuradhvani
○dhvani m. gnashing (the teeth) Śiś. v, 58 Sch.
⋙ curcuraśabda
○śabda m. id., 58
cul cl. 10. colayati, to raise Dhātup. xxxii, 62
• (for √bul) to dive into ib.
≫ cula
cula g. 1. balâdi (vula Kāś.)
≫ culaka
culaka for ○luka, q.v
• (ā), See ○luka
≫ culya
culya mfn. fr. ○la g. 1. balâdi
culu m. a handful of water Gal.
≫ culuka
culuka m. n. (= cal○) the hand hollowed to hold water, handful or mouthful of water, draught Bālar. Naish. (vḷ. ○laka, xxii, 41) Viddh. i, 15 Kuval. 462 & Pañcad. (○laka) &c
• m. deep mud or mire L.
• a small vessel (gallipot, &c.) L.
• N. of a man, g. kaṇvâdi (○laka, Gaṇaratnâv.)
• (ā), f. N. of a river MBh. vi, 9, 20 (○lakā, C)
≫ culukin
culukin m. a porpoise, sea-hog (also ulupin, culumpin, cullakī) L.
⋙ culukīkṛ
culukī-√kṛ to swallow in one draught, cause to disappear Bhām. i, 120
≫ culukya
culukya m. N. of a race
culump cl. 1. ○pati, (pf. ○pāṃ cakāra Pāṇ. 3-1, 35 Vārtt. Pat.) = √lul, or lup L.
≫ culumpa
culumpa m. fondling children L.
• (ā), f. a she-goat L.
⋙ culumpin
culumpin m. = ○lukin L.
culya See √cul
cull (= √cuḍḍ), to exhibit any hāva, or bhāva (derived fr. culla) Dhātup. xv, 24
≫ culla
culla mfn. = cilla, blear-eyed Pāṇ. 5-2, 33 Vārtt. 2 Pat.
• m. a blear eye ib.
• (ī), f. a fireplace, chimney Mn. iii, 68 Lalit. xviii, 99 Pañcat. Suśr. Hcat.
• (cūlhī) Śīl
• a funeral pile L.
• a large hall composed of 3 divisions (one looking north, another east, the third west) VarBṛS. liii, 38
• = gṛha-cullī, 42
⋙ cullākṣa
cullâkṣa mfn. blear-eyed L.
≫ cullakī
cullakī f. a kind of waterpot L.
• = ○lukin L.
• N. of a race L.
⋙ culli
culli f. = ○llī, a fire-place L.
≫ culhi
culhi f. = ○lḻi Pāpabuddhidharm. 26
cuścuṣā f. (onomat.) a smacking sound (in eating) Nyāyam. x, 2, 3 Sch.
⋙ cuścuṣākāra
○kāra m. id., x, 2, 3
• (am), ind. (= ciściṣā-
• to eat) so as to smack MānŚr. ii, 5, 4 MaitrS. Paddh
custa m. n. vḷ. for busta L.
cūṃ-kṛta n. the call 'hallo!' Naish. i, 142
cūcuka mfn. stammering MBh. xiv, 1016
• m. pl. N. of a people, xiii, 207, 42 (cuc○, C)
• n. = ○kâgra (also cuc○ m. n. and cucūka n. L.) R. vi, 23, 13 Suśr. VarBṛS. lxviii, 27 Kathās. cxx
⋙ cūcukatā
○tā f. the condition of a nipple, Kautuk
⋙ cūcukāgra
cūcukâgra n. a nipple (of the breast) Vikr. v, 8 Caurap.
cūcupa m. pl. N. of a people MBh. v, 140, 26 (cuc○, C) ; vi, 75, 21 (cūlika, C)
cū́ḍa mfn. stupid (?) Divyâv. xxxv, 99 f
• m. (cf. kū́ṭa) a sort of protuberance on a sacrificial brick ŚBr. viii and KātyŚr. (also ifc. f. ā)
• m. or n. = ○ḍā-karaṇa Yājñ. iii, 23
• m. N. of a man (with the patr. Bhāgavitti) ŚBr. xiv, 9, 3, 17 f
• (ā), f. (beginning a Gaṇa of Gaṇar. 365: g. bhidâdi) the hair on the top of the head, single lock or tuft left on the crown of the head after tonsure Ragh.xviii, 50 (ifc.) Parāś. [Page 401, Column 1] Contents of this page
• = ○ḍā-karaṇa (cf. ○ḍôpanayana) Ragh. iii, 28 Smṛitit. i
• the crest of a cock or peacock L.
• any crest, plume, diadem W.
• the head L.
• the top (of a column) Hcat. i, 3
• the summit Hit. i, l 01
• a top-room (of a house) L.
• a kind of bracelet L.
• a small well L.
• N. of a metre
• of a woman, g. bāhvādi (○ḍālā Kāś.)
• cf. cūla, coḍa, caula uc-, candra-, tāmra-, svarṇa-
paṃca- and mahā-cūḍā
≫ cūḍaka
cūḍaka ifc. = ○ḍā (-karaṇa) Mn. v, 67
• a well L.
• (ā), f. N. of an Apsaras Kāraṇḍ. i, 36
• (ikā), f. = cūlikā, q.v
• ? Divyâv. xxxvii, 598
≫ cūḍaya
cūḍaya Nom. ○yati, to fasten like a crest on any one's (acc.) head BhP. x, 30, 33
≫ cūḍā
cūḍā f. of ○ḍa
⋙ cūḍākaraṇa
○karaṇa n. 'forming the crest', the ceremony of tonsure (= caula, one of the 12 purificatory rites [RTL.p. 353 and 359] performed on a child in the Ist or 3rd year) Kauś. Gobh.
PārGṛ. Gṛihyās. BhavP. PSarv. Smṛitit. iii
⋙ cūḍākarṇa
○karṇa m. N. of a mendicant Hit. i, 5, 01
⋙ cūḍākarman
○karman ī. = -karaṇa Gobh. ŚāṅkhGṛ. Mn.ī, 35
⋙ cūḍādanta
○danta m. a piece of wood projecting from a wall Gal.
⋙ cūḍāpakṣāvadāna
○pakṣâvadāna n. N. of Divyâv. xxxv
⋙ cūḍāpāśa
○pāśa n. a mass of hair on the top of the head Megh. 65
⋙ cūḍāpratigrahaṇa
○pratigrahaṇa n. N. of a Caitya Lalit. xv, 381
⋙ cūḍābhikṣuṇī
○bhikṣuṇī f. N. of a Buddh. goddess W.
⋙ cūḍāmaṇi
○maṇi m. a jewel worn by men and women on the top of the head MBh. i, 4628 ; vii, 826 R. &c
• ifc. the (gem, i. e. the) best or most excellent of Kathās. cxxiii, 235 Dhūrtas. i, 3 Vop.
• the seed of Abrus precatorius L.
• a metre of 4 x 7 syllables
• an eclipse of the sun on a Sunday or an eclipse of the moon on a Monday Hcat. i, 3 GarP.
• a particular way of foretelling the future, ccv
• N. of wk. on astron
• of another on music
• of a Kshatriya Hit. iii, 9, 01
-tā f. the being a jewel worn on the head Hariv. 8789 Hcar. vii
-dhara m. 'Cūḍāmaṇi-wearer, 'N. of a Nāga Buddh. L.
-bhaṭṭâcārya m. N. of a teacher
⋙ cūḍāmaha
○maha m. N. of a festival Lalit. xv, 380. =
⋙ cūḍāmla
○ḍmla (○ḍâm○), n. = cukrâmla L.
⋙ cūḍāratna
○ratna n. = -maṇi, a jewel worn on the head Kathās.cxix.-
⋙ cūḍārha
○ḍrha (○ḍâr○), m. Gomphrena globosa Npr.
⋙ cūḍālakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. tonsure W.
⋙ cūḍāvat
○vat mfn. (g. balâdi) = cūḍāla, being in boyhood Bālar. iv, 51
⋙ cūḍāvana
○vana m. 'wood-crested', N. of a mountain Rājat. viii, 597
⋙ cūḍāvalāmbin
○"ṣvalāmbin (○ḍâv○), mfn. reclining on the crest or summit W.
⋙ cūḍopanayana
cū́ḍôpanayana n. pl. tonsure and initiation MBh. i, 8047
≫ cūḍāra
cūḍāra mfn. = ○ḍāla (?), g. pragady-ādi
≫ cūḍāraka
cūḍāraka m. N. of a man, (pl.) his descendants, g. upakâdi (paṇḍ○ Kāś.)
≫ cūḍāla
cūḍāla mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 96 Kāś.) having a lock of hair on the crown of the head MBh. x, 288 Rājat. i, 233
• n. the head L.
• (ā), f. N. of a woman, g. bāhv-ādi (cf. Kāś.)
• white Abrus L.
• (ā, ī), f. a kind of Cyperus L.
⋙ cūḍālaveśa
○veśa mfn. v. l. for cāṇḍ○
≫ cūḍika
cūḍika mfn. = ○ḍāla (?), g. purohitâdi (○ḍitika Kāś.)
• (ā), f. See ○ḍaka
≫ cūḍitaka
cūḍitaka See cūlit○
⋙ cūḍitika
cūḍitika mfn. See ○ḍika
≫ cūḍin
cūḍin mfn. = ○ḍāla g. balâdi
⋙ cūḍikalā
cūḍi-kalā f. N. of a metre
≫ cūḍīya
cūḍīya mfn. worn on the crest Pañcad. ii, 69
cūṇ cl. 10. ○ṇayati, to contract, shrink Dhātup. xxxii, 99
cūta m. the mango tree
MBh. R. Śak. &c. (cf. kapi-)
• = cuta L.
⋙ cūtamañjarī
○mañjarī f. N. of a Vidyā-dhari Kathās. cxii, 9
⋙ cūtalatikā
○latikā f. a kind of sport Vātsyāy. i, 4
• N. of a woman, Ratnav. i, 16/17
≫ cūtaka
cūtaka m. the mango tree L.
• a small well (= cūḍaka) L.
⋙ cūti
cūti f. = cuta W.
cūr cl. 4. ○ryate, to burn Dhātup. xxvi, 49
• for cl. 10. ○rayati, See √cur
cūrī vḷ. for curī L.
cūru See curu
cūrṇ cl. 10. (or more property Nom. fr. cūrṇa) ○ṇayati (Pass. ○ṇyate) to reduce to powder or flour, pulverise, grind, pound, crush, bruise
MBh. R. Pañcat. BhP. Kathās. &c
≫ cūrṇa
cūrṇa mfn. (√carv) minute, VarBiS. lxxxi, 6
• m. [MBh. VarBṛS.] n. powder flour, aromatic powder, pounded sandal,
ŚāṅkbŚr. KātyŚr. Kauś. MBh. &c. (ifc. Pāṇ. 6-2, 134)
• m. chalk, lime VarBṛS. xxvii, 36 Prab. ii, 17 Sch.
• N. of a man Vīrac. xv, xxviii
• n. rice mixed with sesam Yājñ. i, 303
• a kind of easy prose Vām. i, 3, 25
• dividing a word by separating double consonant for obtaining a different sense (in a riddle, &c.), iv, 1, 7. [Page 401, Column 2]
⋙ cūrṇakāra
○kāra m. a lime-burner (kind of mixed caste) Parāś.Paddh
⋙ cūrṇakuntala
○kuntala m. a lock of hair Vcar. iv, 2
⋙ cūrṇakṛt
○kṛt m. (for ○Ni-k○?) N. of Śamkarâcārya Gal.
⋙ cūrṇakeśa
○keśa m. = -kuntala L.
⋙ cūrṇakhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa m. n. a pebble, gravel L.
⋙ cūrṇatā
○tā f. the state of dust or powder Rājat. v, 16
⋙ cūrṇatva
○tva n. id. W.
⋙ cūrṇapada
○pada n. a peculiar movement (walking backwards and forwards) Daś. xi, 41
• a kind of easy prose Bālar. x, 78
⋙ cūrṇapārada
○pārada m. vermilion L.
⋙ cūrṇapeṣam
○peṣam ind. (with √piṣ, to grind) so as to pulverise Pāṇ. 3-4, 35
⋙ cūrṇamuṣṭi
○muṣṭi f. a handful of powder or perfume W.
⋙ cūrṇayoga
○yoga m. pl. a fragrant compound, perfumed powder MBh. xii, 2163 (cf. vāsa-)
⋙ cūrṇaśas
○śas ind. (with √kri, to reduce) to powder, i, 3225
⋙ cūrṇaśākāṅka
○śākâṅka m. a kind of vegetable L.
⋙ cūrṇadi
cūrṇádi a Gaṇa of Pāṇ. 4-2, 134
≫ cūrṇaka
cūrṇaka m. a kind of Ṣashṭika grain Suśr. i, 46, 1, 5
• chalklike paleness Car. v, 1 and 12
• grain fried and pounded L.
• n. fragrant powder Suśr. vi, 35, 5
• a kind of easy prose (expounding the purport of a foregoing verse W.) Chandom.
• (ikā), f. id. W.
• grain fried and pounded L.
• a kind of cake Vet. i, 18/19
⋙ cūrṇana
cūrṇana n. pounding Bālar. viii, 82
≫ cūrṇi
⋙ cūrṇī
cūrḍṇī f. the shell Cypraea moneta (one Kaparda) L. Sch. ; 100 Kapardas Uṇ. iv, 52 Sch.
• noticing every minute point of difficulty', N. of Pat.'s Comm. (Mahā-bhāshya) L. Sch.
• of the old Prākṛit commentaries on Jain texts
• selection of an unanswerable argument W.
• cf. eka
⋙ cūrṇikāra
○kāra m. the author of a Cūrṇi (or Prākṛit Comm. on a Jain text)
⋙ cūrṇikṛt
○kṛt m. 'Cūrṇi-author', N. of Pat. L.
• = -kāra
≫ cūrṇita
cūrṇita mfn. = ○ṇī-kṛta MBh. R. &c
≫ cūrṇin
cūrṇin mfn. made or mixed up with anything powdered or pounded Pāṇ. 4-4, 23
≫ cūrṇī
cūrṇī ind. in comp. for ○ṇa
• f. = ○ṇi, q.v
• N. of a river W.
⋙ cūrṇīkaraṇa
○karaṇa n. = cūrṇana Dhātup. xxxii, 46. -√kṛ, to reduce to powder or dust, pulverise, grind, bruise, smash KātySr. xv, 9, 2 9 Suśr.
⋙ cūrṇīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. pulverised, smashed MBh. vi, 5424 R. VarBṛS. &c
⋙ cūrṇīcikīrṣu
○cikīrṣu mfn. intending to pulverise BhP. x, 12, 30. root
⋙ cūrṇībhū
○bhū (p. -bhaval), to become dust, become smashed, 72, 37 Vikr. i, 4
cūrti f. (√car) going Pāṇ. 7-4, 89
cūla m. (= cū́ḍa)Ṇ. of a man, BṛĀr Up. vi, 3, 9
• (ā), f. the nucleus of a comet VarBṛS. xi, 9 and 21 (ifc.)
• the tonsure ceremony Ragh. iii, 28 (ifc
caula, S)
• a top-room of a house L.
• cf. uc-
≫ cūlaka
cūlaka ifc. a crest (cūḍā) Matsyas.
• (ikā), f. a cock's comb VarBṛS. lxiii, 1 (ifc.)
• the √of an elephant's ear (cūḍikā Gal.)
• the top of a column CūlUp. (cūḍikā Sch.)
• summit Siṃhâs.
• N. of a metre (also cūḍikā)
• of several additional parts of Jain texts
• the hinting of a matter or event by those behind the curtain Daśar. i, 58 and 61 Sāh. Pratāpar.
≫ cūlika
cūlika m. pl. See cūcupa
• n. cake of flour fried with ghee L.
• (ā), f. See ○laka
≫ cūlikā
cūlikā f. of ○laka
⋙ cūlikāpaiśācika
○paiśācika n
⋙ cūlikāpaiśācī
○paiśāḍcī f. N. of a dialect in dramas
⋙ cūlikopaniṣad
cūlikôpaniṣad f. N. of an Up.
≫ cūlitaka
cūlitaka m. N. of a poet, Vallabh
≫ cūlin
cūlin mfn. = cūḍin LiṅgaP.
• having an ornament on the crown Hariv. 4440
• having a crest (a bird), 2495
• m. N. of a Ṛishi R. i, 34, 38
• cf. vi-
cūṣ cl. 1. ○ṣati, to suck, suck out Dhātup. xvii, 22: Pass. ○ṣyate, to be sucked up or dried up (by internal inflammation) Suśr. if.: Caus. ○ṣayati, to suck up, iv
• cf. saṃ-
≫ cūṣaṇa
cūṣaṇa n. sucking (of a leech), i, 13
• cf. ā-
≫ cūṣaṇīya
cūṣaṇīya mfn. what may be sucked W.
≫ cūṣā
cūṣā f. an elephant's girdle L. (○ṣyā Gal.)
≫ cūṣiṇī
cūṣiṇī f. N. of a female attendant of Durgā
≫ cūṣita
cūṣita mfn. sucked, sucked up W.
≫ cūṣya
cūṣya mfn. See coṣya
• (ā), f. See ○ṣā
≫ coṣa
coṣa mf(ā)n. ifc. sucking Hcat. i, 7, 466 (cf. BrahmaP.)
• m. = ṣaṇa W.
• drying up or burning (of the skin), heat, dryness (as a disease) Suśr.
≫ coṣaṇa
coṣaṇa n. sucking Bādar. ii, 2, 3 Sch.
≫ coṣya
coṣya mfn. = cūṣaṇīya MBh. i f. xii, 191, 16 (cūṣ○ C) Hariv. 8255 R. i, 52, 24 Pañcat. &c
cṛt cl. 6. tati (fut. cartsyati and caitiṣy○ Pāṇ. 7-2, 57) to tie Dhātup. xxviii, 35
• to hurt, kill Bhaṭṭ. xvi, 20: cl 1. cartati, to shine VS. xxii, 7 Sch.
• to light Dhātup. xxxiv, 14 (v. l. for √chṛd): Caus. (or cl. 10) cartayati id. ib.: Desid. cicṛtsati, or ○cartiṣati Pāṇ. 7-2, 57
• See ati-, ava-, ā-, upa-, &c
√2. & 3. kṛt
cṛp d. 1.10, v. l. for √chṛd, Dliātup
cékitāna See √cit. [Page 401, Column 3]
cekriya mfn. (√1. kṛ, Intens.) active, industrious W.
⋙ cekrīyita
cekrīyita n. the characteristic of the Intens. verb Kāt. iii, 2, 14 and 43 ; 3, 7
cec-ced ind. 'if-if!' be quiet! (address to a dog) PārGṛ. i, 16, 24
ceṭa m. a servant, slave Mṛicch. Kathās. vi, 127 (ifc.) Sāh.
• a kind of fish Āp.i, 17, 38
• (ī), f. a female servant R. ii, 91, 62 Śak.' &c
≫ ceṭaka
ceṭaka m. a servant, slave Bhartṛ. i, 91 Kathās. vi and lxxi (ifc.) Hit.
• a paramour L.
• (ikā), f. = ○ṭī Kathās. iv, xii, lī
⋙ ceḍa
ceḍa m. a servant L. Sch.
• (ī), f. = ceṭī ib.
⋙ ceḍaka
ceḍaka m. = ○ḍa, ib
• (ikā), f. = ○ḍī L.
cet 1
cet Nom. tati. See √cit
⋙ cetaḥ
⋙ cetaka
⋙ cetana
ceḍtana &c. Śee ib.
cet 2
cet See cếd
cetavyá See √1. ci
cétas &c., ○tāya &c. See √cit
cetuyā N. of a place, Kshitîś. vii
cétti cétya, See √cit
cếd (cf. Padap. ca id), ind, (never found at the beginning of a sentence or verse) = ca, 'and' AV. ii, 30, 2 (céd-ca, 'as well as') ; xviii, 2, 37
• 'when' (the verb being accentuated, cf. Pāṇ. 8-1, 30) RV. vii, 74, 4 ; viii, 79, 5 ; x, 109, 3 AV. v, 17, 8
• 'if' (the verb being accentuated, cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 30
• with pr. [AV. xii, 4, 21 ŚBr. &c. cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 8f. &, 132 Kāś.], Subj. [AV. vi, 122, 2], Pot. [xii, 4, 48 ŚBr. xiv Mn. &c. (for Cond. MBh. v. 960 and Rājat. v, 478)
cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 9 and 156 Kāś.], perf. [AV. vi, 5i, 3 MBh. xii, 986ff. perf.p. Pāṇ. 3-3, 132 Kāś.], aor. [AV.iv, 28, 4 ; xii, 4, 18
cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 132 Kāś.], fut. [ŚBr. i, xiv MBh. R. Śak.
cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 8f. ; 132f. and 156 Kāś.], Cond. [MBh. vii, 3423 Śak.
cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 139 Kāś.], perf. or fut. Pass. p. or with an auxiliar verb to be supplied AV. ix, 5, 6 ; xii, 2, 36 KātyŚr. Mn. &c.)
⋙ atha ced
atha ced 'but if.' MBh. v, 2775 Bhag. ii, 33 ; xviii, 58
⋙ api ced
api ced 'even' Hariv. 11308
⋙ iticen
iticen (often placed at the end of an objector's statement) 'if it be argued that..'
⋙ na
na, no, it is not so' Bādar. ii, 1, 35 Sarvad. ii, 158
⋙ na ced
na ced (g. câdi, also separated by the verb [MBh.] or the verb preceded by na placed at the end of the sentence [ŚBr. xiv, 6, 8, 1 Bhag. ii, 33 ; xviii, 58 Hit.], rarely cen na in reversed order beginning the apodosis Sāṃkhyak. 1 Sāh. Śrut. Hit.) 'if not' (= no ced forming a sentence by itself. ŚBr. xiv, 7, 2, 15) ŚBr. xiv SāṅkhŚr.i, 17, 1 Mn. &c
⋙ no ced
no ced (g. câdi) id. (forming a sentence by itself. e.g. dūram apasara no ced dhantavyo'si mayā, 'depart to a distance, if not, i.e. if thou departest not, thou art to be killed by me') MBh. xii, 7, 21 and 29, 145
Pañcat. Kathās. Vet. Hit.
• exceptionally = na ced (beginning a sentence) MBh. xiii, 5809
⋙ na ced
na ced or (with Pot.) 'would that not!' (e.g. no cet pradahet, 'would that he did not burn down!'), v, 676 ff. and 966
⋙ no ced
no ced (with Pot.) 'would that not!' (e.g. no cet pradahet, 'would that he did not burn down!'), v, 676 ff. and 966
• (with pr. or Pot., the apodosis containing an Impv.) 'if not', i.e., in order that not', 2714 R. v, 80, 24
⋙ yadiced
yadiced (also separated by the verb) = ced, 'if' (with pr., Pot., fut.) MBh. i, 2403 Hariv. 11895 R. ii, 8, 34 and 48, 19 (cf. ned.)
cedi m. pl. N. of a people (who lived in Bundelkhand ; renowned for their attachment to ancient laws and institutions MBh. ; their capital was Śuktimatī ; some of their kings were vasu Uparicara, Subāhu, Dhṛishṭa-ketu, Dama-ghosha, Siśu-pāla &c.) RV. viii, 5, 39 MBh. R. &c
• m. sg. N. of the supposed ancestor of the Cedis (son of Kaiśika or Uśika) BhP. ix, 24, 2
⋙ cedinagarī
○nagarī f. = tri-purī L.
⋙ cedipa
○pa m. = -pati MBh. i, 2342 ; iii, 462 VarBṛS. xliii, 8
• N. of a son of Vasu Uparicara BhP. ix, 22, 6
⋙ cedipati
○pati m. a prince of the Cedis MBh. iii (cf. Nal. xvi, 31), xiii
⋙ cedipurī
○purī f. the city of the Cedis, ii, 1508 Nal. xvi, 6
⋙ cedibhūbhuj
○bhū-bhuj m. 'earth-en-joyer of the Cedis', = -pati BhP. vii, 1, 13
⋙ cedibhūbhṛt
○bhūbhṛt m. 'protector of the country of the Cedis', Śisu-pāla W.
⋙ cedirāj
○rāj m. 'king of the Cedis', id. L.
• = -pati MBh. iii, 898
⋙ cedirāja
○rāja m. = -pati Nal. xii f. Hariv. 4964 BhP. ix, 24, 38 Śiśu-pāla. W.
⋙ cediviṣaya
○viṣaya m. the country of the Cedis MBh. i, 2335
⋙ cedihūṇa
○hūṇa m. pl. the Cedis and the Hūṇas Mudr.
≫ cedika
cedika m. pl. the Cedis VarBṛS. xiv, 8
ceya See √1. ci, [Page 402, Column 1] Contents of this page
cera N. of a southern kingdom Inscr.
⋙ cerapāda
○pāda m. pl. N. of a people (?, cf. īra-p○) AitĀr.
≫ ceraka
ceraka m. (= mīmāṃsaka ?) Lalit. xxiv, 151
≫ cerala
cerala m. pl. N. of a family Pravar. v, 4
céru mfn. (√cāy) behaving respectfully, worshipping RV. viii, 61, 7
cel cl. 1. = √cal Dhātup. xv, 29
cela n. (√cil) clothes, garment Gaut. Mn. MBh. &c. (ifc. f. ā Hariv. 7946 Naish. xxii, 42)
• ifc. 'the mere outward appearance of', a bad representative of (e.g. bhāryā-cela n. bad wife' Pat. and Kāś.
• also mf(ī)n., e.g. brāhmaṇicelī f. 'a bad wife of a Brahman', ○ṇa-cela m. a bad Brahman' Pāṇ. 6-3, 43 Kāś. Gaṇar. 114) Pāṇ. 6-2, 126
• m. = ceṭa, a servant, slave MBh. ii, 70, 7 Sch.
• cf. ku-, āhara-celā
pāpa-celī and ○likā
⋙ celakaṇṭhin
○kaṇṭhin mfn. for śveta-k○ Hariv. 6046
⋙ celaknopam
○knopam ind. so as to wet the clothes (rain) Pāṇ. 3-4, 33
⋙ celagaṅgā
○gaṅgā f. N. of a river Hariv. 7736 and 8493
⋙ celacīrā
○cīrā f. a piece torn off from a garment Rājat. iv, 573
⋙ celanirṇejaka
○nirṇejaka m. a washerman Mn. iv, 216
⋙ celaprakṣālaka
○prakṣālaka m. id. R. (G) ii, 32, 21
⋙ celarucikā
○rucikā f. a mourning band (?) Hcar. v, 23 (vḷ.)
⋙ celāpahāra
celâpahāra m. theft of garments MBh. viii, 2045
cf. Mn. x, 167.)
⋙ celāśaka
celâśaka m. 'clotheseater', a moth Mn. xi, 72 Sch.
≫ celaka
célaka m. for chel○ Npr.
• N. of a man ŚBr. x, 4, 5, 3 (cf. caílaki)
• (m. or n.) = cela ifc. a bad representative of. Rājat. vii, 299
• (ikā), f. a corset, bodice PadmaP. iv
celāna m. a kind of cucumber L.
≫ celāla
celāla m. Cucumis sativus L.
celicīma m.= cilic○ L. Sch.
≫ celīma
celīma m. id. W.
celuka m. a Buddhist novice L.
cell v. l. for √cel
cevī f. N. of a Rāgiṇi (in music) L.
ceṣṭ cl. I. céṣṭati, ○te (inf ○ṭitum) to move the limbs, move, stir MBh. R. BhP. Śak.
• to make effort, exert one's self, struggle, strive, be active AV. xi, 4, 23 f. ŚBr. iii Lāṭy. Kauś. Mn. MBh.
• to be busy or occupied with (acc.)
• to act, do, perform, care for Gobh. i, 6, 19 MBh. R. Śak. Rājat. iii, 493
• to prepare ŚBr. xiv, 9, 4, 18 (ind. p. ceṣṭitvā́): Caus. tayati, ○te (aor. aciceṣṭat [Bhaṭt. xv, 60] or acac○ Pāṇ. 7-4, 96) to cause to move, set in motion, impel, drive ŚāṅkhŚr. viii, 9, 3 Mn. xii, 15 MBh. R. Suśr. iv, 32, 17
≫ ceṣṭa
ceṣṭa m. 'moving', a kind of fish (tapasvin) L.
• n. moving the limbs, gesture Mn. vii, 63
• behaviour, manner of life Hariv. 5939
• (al), f, (cf. Pāṇ. 2-3, 12) moving any limb, gesture Mn. vii f. Yājñ. MBh. &c. (ifc. Ragh. ii, 43)
• action, activity, effort, endeavour, exertion ĀśvŚr. i ŚvetUp. ii, 9 (ifc.) Mn. iv, 65 Bhag. &c
• doing, performing Mn. i, 65
• behaving, manner of life Mn. vii, 194 KapS. iii, 51 VarBṛS. (ifc.) &c
• cf. a-, naṣṭa-, niś-
≫ ceṣṭaka
ceṣṭaka mfn. making effort or exertion W.
• m. a kind of fish (= ○ṭa) L.
• a kind of coitus
≫ ceṣṭana
ceṣṭana n. making effort W.
• motion Mn.xii, 120 MBh. xii, 6363 R. BhP.
• ifc. performing KapS. i, 3
• effort, exertion W.
⋙ ceṣṭayitṛ
ceṣṭayitṛ mfn. one who sets in motion MBh. xii, 1181
≫ ceṣṭā
ceṣṭā f. See ○ṭa
⋙ ceṣṭānāśa
○nāśa m. ceasing of every motion L.
• destruction of the world L.
⋙ ceṣṭānirūpaṇa
○nirūpaṇa n. observing any one's actions W.
⋙ ceṣṭārha
○"ṣrha (○ṭâr○), mfn. worthy of effort W.
⋙ ceṣṭāvat
○vat mfn. moveable Suśr. iii, 5, 23
• full of activity, active W.
≫ ceṣṭita
ceṣṭita mfn. set in motion W.
• done with effort, exerted W.
• done Śak. iii, 23/24 (vḷ.) ; v, 9
• frequented Ragh. xi, 51
• n. moving any limb, gesture Mn. Suśr. VarBṛS.
• doing, action, behaviour, manner of life Mn. MBh. R. KapS. iii, 59 ff. Śak. &c. (ifc. f. ā Bhar. xxxiv, 118)
⋙ ceṣṭitavya
ceṣṭitavya n. impers. to be done or managed MBh. xii, 4919
caikayata m. patr., f. ○tya g. krauḍy-ādi (cf. Gaṇar. 36
caitay○ .cf. Pāṇ.] Sch.)
caikita mfn. fr. ○tya g. kaṇvâdi m. petr. Pravar. iv, 1 (cf. Kāty
vaikṛti MatsyaP.)
≫ caikitāna
caikitāna m. patr. fr. cik○ BṛĀrUp. i, 3 Sch.
≫ caikitāneya
caikitāneyá m. patr. fr. (○na BṛĀrUp. Sch.), cékitāna ŚBr. xiv, 4, 1, 26 ṢaḍvBr. iv, 1 VBr.
≫ caikitāyana
caikitāyana m. patr. of Dālbhya (fr. cik○ Sch.
• or: fr. cikita) ChUp. i, 8, 1 MatsyaP. lxix, 19. [Page 402, Column 2]
⋙ caikitya
caikitya m. patr. fr. cikita g. gargâdi
≫ caikitsita
caikitsita mfn. fr. ○tsitya g. kaṇvâdi
≫ caikitsitya
caikitsitya m. patr. fr. cikitsita g. gargâdi
caikīrṣata mfn. = cikīrṣat (p. √1. kṛ, Intens.), g. prajñâdi
≫ caikīrṣita
caikīrṣita mfn. (fr. cik○) for ○ṣata Gaṇar.
caiṭayata m. patr
⋙ caiṭayatavidha
○vidha mfn. inhabited by the Caiṭayatas, g. bhauriky-ādi
≫ caiṭayatāyani
caiṭayatāyani m. patr. fr. ○ta g. tikâdi
≫ caiṭayatyā
caiṭayatyā f. of ○ta g. krauḍy-ādi
caitaki m. pl. (fr. cetaka) N. of a family Pravar. ii, 2, 2
≫ caitanya
caitanya n. (fr. cétana) consciousness MBh. xiv, 529 Suśr. i, 21, 24. &c
• intelligence, sensation, soul, spirit KapS. iii, 20 Sāṃkhyak. &c
• the Universal Soul or Spirit
• m. N. of a reformer of the Vaishṇava faith (born about 1485 AḌ. RTL. 138)
⋙ caitanyacandrodaya
○candrôdaya m. 'moon-rise of the reformer Caitanya', N. of a drama
⋙ caitanyacaraṇāmrita
○caraṇâmrita n. 'nectar of Caitanya's life', N. of wk. by Kṛishṇa-dāsa (abridgement of the Caitanya-caritra W.)
⋙ caitanyacaritāmṛta
○caritâmṛta n. = ○raṇâm○
⋙ caitanyacaritra
○caritra m. N. of wk. ( See before)
⋙ caitanyadeva
○deva m. N. of a man Kathârṇ. (colophon)
⋙ caitanyabhairavī
○bhairavī f. a form of Durgā Tantras. ii
⋙ caitanyamaṅgala
○maṅgala n. N. of wk. =
⋙ caitanyayukta
○yukta mfn. endowed with consciousness Yājñ. iii, 81 (ifc.)
⋙ caitanyāmṛta
caitanyâmṛta n. N. of a grammar
≫ caitayata
caitayata (fr. cetayat), See caikay○
⋙ caitasika
caitasika mfn. relating to the mind (cetas, as duties) Buddh. L.
⋙ caitika
caitika m. pl. (fr. 2. caitya?, cf. caitya-saila) N. of a Buddh. school
⋙ caitta
caitta mfn. belonging to thought (cittá), imagined Vedântas.
• mental, mādar. ii, 2, 18 Sch. Prab. Sch.
⋙ caittika
caittika mfn. belonging to thought W.
≫ caitya 1
caitya m. (fr. 5. cit or 2. citi) the individual soul BhP. iii, 26 ; 28, 28 ; 31, 19 Sarvad. ii, 198f
caitya 2
caitya mfn. relating to a funeral pile or mound (citā) ĀśvGṛ. iii, 6 Gṛihyās. ii, 4
• m. n. a funeral monument or Stūpa (q.v.) or pyramidal column containing the ashes of deceased persons, sacred tree (esp. a religious fig-tree) growing on a mound, hall or temple or place of worship (esp. with Buddh. and Jain. and generally containing a monument), a sanctuary near a village ĀśvGṛ. i, 12 Parāś. Yājñ. ii, 151 & 228 MBh. &c
• a Jain or Buddh. image L.
• m. = ○tyaka, ii, 814
⋙ caityataru
○taru m. a tree (esp. religious fig-tree) standing on a sacred spot VarBṛS.
⋙ caityadru
○dru m. a religious fig-tree L.
• a large tree in a village W.
⋙ caityadruma
○druma m. = -taru Mn. x, 50
⋙ caityapāla
○pāla m. the guardian of a caitya R. v, 38, 29
⋙ caityamukha
○mukha m. 'having an opening like that of a Buddh. sanctuary', a hermit's water-pot L.
⋙ caityayajña
○yajña m. a sacrificial ceremony performed at a monument ĀśvGṛ. i, 12
⋙ caityavṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. = -taru AV. Pariś. lxxi Mn. ix, 264 MBh. R.
• a religious fig-tree L.
⋙ caityaśaila
○śaila m. pl. N. of a Buddh. school
• cf. caitika
⋙ caityasthāna
○sthāna n. a place made sacred by a monument or a sanctuary MBh. xiii, 4729 and 7701
≫ caityaka
caityaka m. one of the 5 mountains surrounding the town Giri-vraja, ii, 799 ; 811 ff. ; 843
caitra m. N. of the 2nd spring month (its full moon standing in the constellation Citrā, cf. Pāṇ. 4-2, 23) ŚāṅkhBr. xix, 3 KātyŚr. Lāṭy. Mn. vii, 182 MBh. &c
• the 6th year in the cycle of Jupiter VarBṛS. viii, 8
• a Buddh. or Jain religious mendicant L.
• a common N. for any man (like Deva-datta), Gauḍap. on Sāṃkhyak. 5 and 7 Prab. iii, 7/8 Sch. Pāṇ. 2-3, 29 Sch. (not in Kāś.)
• 'son of Citrā', N. of a son of Budha and grand father of Su-ratha BrahmaP.
• = caitriyāyaṇá Anukr. on Kāṭh. xxxix, 14
• N. of two Ṛishis VP. iii, 1, 12 and 18
• one of the seven ranges of mountains (dividing the continent into Varshas) L.
• n. = caitya, a sepulchre L.
• a sanctuary L.
• mfn. for citra (B) or jaitra (cf. Sch.) MBh. vii, 76
• (ī), f. (with or without paurṇamāsī) the day of full moon in month Caitra, sacrifice offered on that day ŚāṅkhŚr. iii, 13, 2 KātyŚr.xiii Lāṭy.x Pāṇ. 4-2, 23 MBh. xii, xiv
⋙ caitravatī
○vatī for vetr○
⋙ caitrasakha
○sakha m. 'friend of month Caitra', the god of love L. Sch.
⋙ caitrāvalī
caitrâvalī f. the day of full moon in month Caitra L.
≫ caitraka
caitraka m. = ○trika L.
• m. pl. N. of a warrior tribe Pāṇ. 6-2, 34, Kāś.
⋙ caitrakūṭī
caitrakūṭī f. (fr. citra-kūṭa) N. of a Comm. on a grammatical work
≫ caitraga
caitraga m. pl. N. of a family Pravar. v, 1. [Page 402, Column 3]
⋙ caitrabhānava
caitrabhānava mfn. belonging to Agni (citrabhānu) Bālar. vii, 34/35 ; viii, 52/53, 1
≫ caitraratha
caitraratha mfn. treating of the Gandharva Citra-ratha MBh. i, 313
• m. patr. fr. Citra-ratha, i, 3740
• (N. of Saśa-bindu) xii, 998
• of a Dvyaha ceremony KātyŚr. xxiii, 2, 3 Maś.
• n. (with or without vana) the grove of Kubera cultivated by the Gandharva Citra-ratha MBh. iii, v Hariv. R. Divyâv. xiv BhP. Ragh. v, 60 Kād.
• (i), f. patr. of a daughter of Śaśa-bindu Hariv. 712
≫ caitrarathi
caitrarathi m. patr. fr. Citra-ratha TāṇḍyaBr. xx, 12
• (Śaśa-bindu) Hariv. 1972
≫ caitrarathya
caitrarathya n. = ○tha, Kubera's grove BhP.iii
≫ caitravāhanī
caitravāhanī f. patr. of Citrâṅgadā (fr. citravāhana) MBh. i, 7827 ; xiv, 2358 and 2405
⋙ caitraseni
caitraseni m. patr. fr. citra-sena, vii, 916 and 1091
≫ caitrāyaṇa
caitrāyaṇa m. (g. i. naḍâdi) patr. fr. Citra Pravar. iii, 1
• cf. jait○
• N. of a place, g. pakṣâdi
≫ caitri
caitri v. l. for ○trin W.
⋙ caitrika
caitrika m. the month Caitra Pāṇ. 4-2, 23
⋙ caitrin
caitrin m. id. L.
≫ caitriyāyaṇa
caitriyāyaṇá m. (fot ○tryAy○, See caitra) patr. of Yajña-sena TS. v, 3, 8, 1.,
⋙ caitrī
caitrī f. See ○tra
⋙ caitrīpakṣa
caitrī-pakṣa m. the dark half in Caitra Lāṭy. x, 5 and 20
≫ caitreya
caitreyá mfn. coming from a speckled cow (citrā́) MaitrS. ii, 5, 9
• m. metron. fr. Citrā Pravar.
caidika mf(ā, ī). g. kāśy-ādi
≫ caidya
caidyá m. patr. fr. cedi VP. iv, 12, 15 (pl.)
• a prince of the Cedis (esp. Śiśu-pāla MBh. i, 129 ; ii, 1523 Hariv. 1804 f. BhP. vii, 1, 15 and 30 ; ix, 24, 2) RV. viii, 5, 37 f
• (pl.) the Cedi people L.
• (ā), f. a princess of the Cedis MBh. i, 3831
caintita m. metron. fr. cintitā Pāṇ. 4-1, 113 Kāś.
caila mfn. made of cloth (cela) W.
• bred in clothes (as insects
• m. = celâśaka) Mn. xii, 72 Kull.
• m. N. of a man (cf. c4laka) VāyuP. i, 61, 40
• pl. N. of a family Pravar. ii, 2, 1 (v. l, cela, ○laka)
• n. = cela, clothes, garment Kauś. Yājñ. ii, 97 (ifc.) MBh. (ifc. f. ā, iii, 12725) Pañcat. BhP. x, 42, 33 Kuval.
• a piece of cloth Car.
⋙ cailadhāva
○dhāva m. cela-nirṇejaka Yājñ. i, 164
⋙ cailāśaka
cailâśaka m. a kind of goblin feeding on moths Mn. xii, 72
≫ cailaka
cailaka m. 'clothed with a cela (?)', a Buddh. mendicant Buddh. (cf. celuka.)
⋙ cailaki
cailaki m. patr. fr. célaka, N. of Jivala ŚBr. ii, 3, i, 34
≫ cailika
cailika a piece of cloth Suśr. vi, 18, 41 (v. l.)
≫ caileya
caileya mfn. made of cloth BhP. x, 4r, 40
coka n. the √of Cleome felina Bhpr. v, 1, 177
cokṣa mf(ā)n. (cf. cukṣā), pure, clean (persons) Mn. iii, 207 MBh. xii f
• (often in Prākṛit cokkha Jain.)
• dexterous L.
• agreeable, pleasant L.
• sung L.
abhīkṣṇa (tihṣṇa W.) L.
coca n. the bark of cinnamon Suśr. Pañcar. iii, 13, 11
• bark L.
• skin L.
• the cocoanut VarBṛS. xli, 4
• the fruit of the fan-palm L. Sch. the uneatable part of a fruit L.
• a banana L. Sch.
≫ cocaka
cocaka n. the bark of cinnamon Suśr.
• bark L.
coṭikā ○ṭī f. a petticoat L.
coḍa m. -cū́ḍa, a sort of protuberance on a brick TS. v, 3, 7, 1 (ifc.)
• = ○ḍaka SaddhP.
• pl. N. of a people L.
• sg. a prince of that people Pāṇ. 4-1, 175 Vārtt. (vḷ. cola)
• (ā), f. N. of a plant L.
⋙ coḍakarṇa
○karṇa m. 'projecting-ear', N. of a man Kathās. lxix, 164
≫ coḍaka
coḍaka -colaka, a jacket Divyâv. xxvii, 541
coda ○daka, ○dana, &c. See √cud
copaka See gale-
copaḍa m. cream L.
copana See √1. cup
corá ○raka, ○rāyita, &c. See √cur
cola m. (= coda) a jacket, bodice Naish. xxii, 42 (ifc. f. ā
• vḷ.)
• pl. N. of a people in southern India on the Coromandel (= cola-maṇḍala) coast MBh. ii, vi ff. Hariv. 782 and 9600 R. iv, 41, 18 VarBṛS. &c
• sg. the ancestor of the Colas Hariv. 1836
• a prince of the Colas MBh. ii, 1893 PadmaP. v, 153 f. Rājat. i, 300
• n. (= cela) garment L.
• (ī), f. a jacket L. Sch.
• a Cola woman Vcar. v, 89
⋙ colapaṭṭaka
○paṭṭaka m. a piece of cloth worn (by Jainas) round the middle of the body, Śīl. [Page 403, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ colamaṇḍala
○maṇḍala n. 'Cola territory', the Coromandel coast
⋙ coloṇḍuka
colôṇḍuka m. a turban L.
≫ colaka
colaka m. (= coḍaka) a jacket HPariś. ii, 38
• a cuirass L.
• pl. the Colas Kathās. xix
• n. bark L.
≫ colakin
colakin m. a cuirassier W.
• 'sheathed', a bamboo shoot L.
• the orange tree L.
• the wrist L.
coṣa ○ṣaṇa, ○ṣya, See √cūṣ
coska m. an Indus horse L.
caukrya n. (fr. cukra) sourness, acidity, g. dṛḍhâdi
caukṣa mfn. (fr. cukṣā g. chattrâdi) = cokṣa, pure, clean (persons) MBh. xii, 4315
• m. pl. N. of a family Pravar. i, (i and ) 7
caukṣya mfn. clean MBh. xii Suśr. ii, 12, 3
cauḍa mfn. fr. coḍa, See -deśa
• relating to a crest (cūḍā) W.
• relating to tonsure W.
• n. = caula Mn. ii, 27 MBh. iii, 12240 Pāṇ. 5-1, 110 Kāś.
⋙ cauḍakarman
○karman n. = caula-k○ W.
⋙ cauḍadeśa
○deśa m. the Coḍa (Cola) country, Ratnak
≫ cauḍārya
cauḍārya mfn. fr. cūḍāra g. pragady-ādi
≫ cauḍāli
cauḍāli m. metron. fr. cūḍālā g. bāhv-ādi
≫ cauḍi
cauḍi m. metron. fr. cūḍā g. bāhv-ādi
• cf. cauli
≫ cauḍikya
cauḍikya n. the state of being cūḍika g. purohitâdi
⋙ cauḍitikya
cauḍitikya n. id. ib. (cf. Kāś.)
cauṇṭya mfn. coming from a well (cuṇṭī) Suśr. i, 45, 1, 1 and 24 ; 46, 2, 64
≫ cauṇḍa
cauṇḍa mfn. (fr. cuṇḍa for ○ḍya) id. L.
⋙ cauṇḍapa
○pa m. well-water-drinker', N. of the author of Prayoga-ratna-mālā
⋙ cauṇḍarāja
○rāja m. N. of a king Inscr.
≫ cauṇḍya
cauṇḍya mfn. = ○ḍa Bhpr.v, 10, 1 29 f. and 12, 48 f
cautapallava mf(ī)n. relating to a Cūta shoot (pallava) Śiś. ii, 19
caudāyani m. patr., See cod○
caudrāyaṇa m. N. of a prince of Daśa-pura HPariś. xiii, 1
caupayata m. patr. fr. copayat (√cup, Caus. p.)
⋙ caupayatavidha
○vidha mfn. inhabited by Caupayatas, g. bhauriky-ādi
≫ caupayatāyani
caupayatāyani m. patr. fr. ○ta g. tikâdi
≫ caupayatyā
caupayatyā f. of ○ta g. krauḍy-ādi
≫ caupāyana
caupāyana m. patr. fr. cupa g. i. aśvâdi
caura mfn. (√cur) thievish HPariś. ii, 170 (= corá g. prajñâdi
• g. chattrâdi) a thief. robber Mn. iv, viii, xi (ifc.) Hariv. &c
• a dishonest or unfair dealer, usurper Pañcat. i, 8, 11/12 and 18/19 (also in comp. translatable as adj.)
• (ifc.e.g. kavi-, 'a plagiarist') Gaṇar. 114
• a (heart-) captivator Hariv. 7125 ; 9981 and 9994
• the perfume Coraka L.
• 'plagiarist', N. of a poet (cf. cora) ŚārṅgP.
• pl. N. of a family Pravar. i, 7 (cf. Kāty. and Viśvan.)
• (ī), f. a female thief. (heart-)captivator Kathās. vc, 54
• civ, 168
• = ○ra-karman L.
⋙ caurakarman
○karman n. thievery, theft Pañcat. i, 19, 5/6 ; v, 7, 0/1
⋙ cauragata
○gata mfn. stolen W.
⋙ cauraṃkāram
○ṃ-kāram ind. for cor○
⋙ cauratara
○tara m. (compar.) a great thief. Naish. viii, 59
⋙ cauratas
○tas ind. from theft W.
• from robbers W.
⋙ cauradhvajabaddhaka
○dhvaja-baddhaka m. a notorious thief. Buddh. L.
⋙ caurapañcāśikā
○pañcāśikā f. irr. abbreviation for caurī-surata-p○ (for cauḍī-, Prākṛit fr. cāpotkaṭī-?), 50 stanzas on secret love (or on the love of the Cāpotkata princess)', a famous poem by Bilhaṇa
⋙ caurapuṣpāuṣadhi
○puṣpāu9ṣadhi f. = cora-puṣpī L.
⋙ caurabhavānī
○bhavānī f. N. of a Tirtha Rasik. xi, 33
⋙ caurarūpa
○rūpa m. a clever thief. W.
⋙ caurarūpin
○rūpin mfn. thiefnatured W.
⋙ caurahṛta
○hṛta mfn. taken by robbery W.
⋙ caurāṃśā
caurâṃśā f. a metre of 4 x 6 syllables
⋙ caurāṭavī
caurâṭavī f. a forest inhabited by robbers Kathās. īc, 12
⋙ caurāpahṛta
caurâpahṛta mfn. = ○ra-h○
⋙ cauroddharaṇa
caurôddharaṇa n. extirpation of robbers
⋙ cauroddhraṇika
caurôddhraṇika m. 'thief-extirpator', a thief-catcher
⋙ cauroddhartṛ
caurôddhartṛ m. id. Yājñ. ii, 271
≫ cauraka
cauraka m. the perfume Coraka L.
• (ikā), f. 'a female thief', See taila-
• (g. manojñâdi) = ○rakarman Mn. i, 82 Pañcat. v, 7, 1
• [instr. ayā ind. clandestinely, in the back of (gen.)] iii, 16, 0/1
≫ caurasyakula
caurasya-kula n. a gang of thieves Pāṇ. 6-3, 21, Kāś.
⋙ caurādika
caurādika mfn. belonging to the cur-ādi roots
⋙ caurikāka
cauri-kāka (fr. ○rin? ), See ciri-k○
≫ caurī
caurī ind. and f. ( See ○ra) in comp
⋙ caurībhūta
○bhūta mfn. set on by thieves BhP. iv, 18, 7
⋙ caurīsurata
○surata n. =, ○rya-surata', -pañcāśikā
• See caura-p○
≫ caurya
caurya n. (g. brāhmaṇâdi) = ○ra-karman Mn. ix, xi Yājñ. ii, 72 Mṛicch. &c
• trickery Hariv. 15163 f
• (ifc. with śulka) defraudation Pañcat. iv, 5, 0/1
⋙ cauryarata
○rata n. secret sexual enjoyment, i, 4, 12. [Page 403, Column 2]
⋙ cauryavidyā
○vidyā f. 'thieving science', a treatise ascribed to Yogâcārya (imparted to him by Kārttikeya) Mṛicch. iii, 14/15 Sch.
⋙ cauryavṛtti
○vṛtti mfn. living on thievery Daś. ix, 1 1 (v. l. ○ra-v○)
• f. practice of theft or robbery W.
⋙ cauryasurata
○surata n. = -rata Alaṃkāras.
⋙ cauryārjita
cauryârjita mfn. acquired by robbery W.
≫ cauryaka
cauryaka n. = ○ra-karman MBh. xii, 8501
cauraṅgin m. N. of a teacher, Haṭhapr. i, 5
caurola N. of a metre W.
caurya ○yaka, See caura
caula n. (fr. cū́lā = cū́ḍā) the tonsure ceremony ( See cūḍā-karaṇa), AśvG-. i, 17, 1 NārS. i, 13
• xxii Śūdradh.
• ifc. (g. cūrṇâdi), See cūlā
⋙ caulakarman
○karman n. id. ĀśvGṛ. i, 4, 1
⋙ caulaśrīpatitīrtha
○śrīpati-tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha RevāKh. cclxxv
≫ caulakāyana
caulakāyana patr. fr. cūlaka Pravar. iv, 1 (B)
≫ cauli
cauli m. = cau