Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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la 1
la the 3rd semivowel (corresponding to the vowels , , and having the sound of the English l) [Page 891, Column 3]
• a technical term for all the tenses and moods of a finite verb or for the terminations of those tenses and moods (also applied to some forms with kṛt affixes construed like a finite verb Pāṇ. 2-3, 69
iii,. 2, 124, and when accompanied by certain indicatory letters denoting each tense separately, laṭ
leṭ) Pāṇ. 3-4, 69 ; 77 Sch.
⋙ lakāra
○kāra m. the letter or sound la APrāt. (applied in naming the 10 tenses and moods as above Pāṇ. 3-4, 77 Sch.)
-vāda m. -viśeṣârtha-nirūpaṇa, n
○rârthaprakriyā f. ○rârtha-vāda m. N. of wks
la 2
la m. N. of Indra L.
• cutting (?cf. lava) W.
• (), f. s.v
la 3
la (in prosody) = laghu, a short syllable
lak (cf. √rak), cl. 10. P. lākayati, to taste
• to obtain Dhātup. xxxiii, 63, vḷ. (Prob. artificial and of very questionable connection with the following words.)
≫ laka
laka n. the forehead W.
• the ear or spike of wild rice W.
≫ lakaca
lakaca (cf. L.) or (cf. MBh. Suśr. &c.), m. a kind of bread-fruit tree, Artocarpus Lacucha (a tree containing a large quantity of sticky milky juice)
⋙ lakuca
lakuca (cf. MBh. Suśr. &c.), m. a kind of bread-fruit tree, Artocarpus Lacucha (a tree containing a large quantity of sticky milky juice)
• n. the fruit of this tree
lakuṭa m. = laguḍa, a club ĀpŚr. Car.
≫ lakuṭin
lakuṭin mfn. carrying a club, armed with a club L. MārkP.
lakula ○lya g. balâdi
≫ lakulin
lakulin m. N. of a Muni Cat.
lakkaka m. N. of a man Rājat.
lakta m. = rakta, red MW. (cf. gūtha-l○)
⋙ laktakarman
○karman m. a red variety of the Lodh tree (used in dyeing) W.
≫ laktaka
laktaka n. = naktaka, a dirty and tattered cloth, a rag Suśr.
• (?) = alaktaka, lac, the red dye W.
lakvana-candra m. N. of a man Rājat.
lakṣ c1. 1. Ā. lakṣate, to perceive, observe BhP. Kathās.
• (P. ○ti), to recognise MBh.
• cl. 10. P. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxxii, 5
• xxxiii, 23
• rather Nom. fr. lakṣa below) lakṣayati, ○te (aor. alalakṣat, ○ta
• inf. lakṣayitum
• ind. p. lakṣayitvā, -lakṣya), to mark, sign MBh.
• to characterize, define (in Comms.)
• to indicate, designate indirectly Śaṃk. Kpr. Sāh. Sarvad.
• to aim, it (as to aim an arrow at any object), direct towards, have in view, mean Kāś. on Pāṇ. 2-3, 37 &c
• to consider or regard any one (acc.) as (acc. with or without iva) MBh. Hariv. Pur.
• to suppose of any one (acc.) that he will &c. (oratio recta with iti) MBh. iii, 10375
• to know, understand, recognise by (instr.) or as (acc.) or that &c. (oratio recta with iti) MBh. Kāv. Pur.
• to notice, perceive, observe, see, view MaitrUp. Mn. MBh. &c.: Pass. lakṣyate, to be marked &c
• to be meant or intended Kāś. on Pāṇ. 2-3, 14 &c
• to be named or called (with double nom.) BhP.
• to be perceived or seen, appear, seem, look like (nom. with or without iva) MBh. Kāv. &c.: Desid., lilakṣayiṣita
≫ lakṣa
lakṣá m. or n. (prob. fr. √lag as 'that which is attached or fixed') a mark, sign, token, (esp.) a mark to aim at, target, butt, aim, object, prey, prize RV. ii, 12, 4 &c. &c. (cf. labdha-l○
ākāśe lakṣam-√bandh, to fix the gaze vaguely on space, look into space as if at some object barely visible in the distance Śak.
• cf. also ākāśa-baddha-lakṣa)
• appearance, show, pretence (cf. -supta)
• a kind of citron cf. L
• a pearl cf. L
• (also n. or ā f.) a lac, one hundred thousand cf. Yājñ. cf. Hariv. &c
⋙ lakṣatā
○tā f. the state of being a mark or aim MW.
⋙ lakṣatulasīvratodyāpana
○tulasī-vratôdyāpana n
⋙ lakṣatulasyudyāpanavidhi
○tulasy-udyāpana-vidhi m. N. of wks
⋙ lakṣadatta
○datta m. N. of a king Kathās.
⋙ lakṣadīpakalpa
○dīpa-kalpa m
⋙ lakṣadīpavratodyāpana
○dīpa-vratôdyāpana n
⋙ lakṣanamaskāravidhi
○namaskāra-vidhi m
⋙ lakṣanamaskāravrata
○namaskāra-vrata n
⋙ lakṣapadmavratodyāpana
○padma-vratôdyāpana n

lakṣapārthivaliṅgavratodyāpana3lakṣá--pārthiva-liṅgavratôdyāpana n. N. of wks
⋙ lakṣapura
○pura n. N. of a town Kathās.
⋙ lakṣapuṣpapūjodyāpana
○puṣpa-pūjôdyāpana n
⋙ lakṣapuṣpavrata
○puṣpa-vrata n
⋙ lakṣapuṣpavratodyāpanavidhi
○puṣpavratôdyāpana-vidhi m
⋙ lakṣapuṣpodhyāpana
○puṣpôdhyāpana n
⋙ lakṣapūjāmāhātmya
○pūjā-māhātmya n
⋙ lakṣapūjodyāpana
○pūjôdyāpana n
⋙ lakṣapradakṣiṇavidhi
○pradakṣiṇa-vidhi m
⋙ lakṣapradakṣiṇavratavidhi
○pradakṣiṇa-vrata-vidhi m. N. of wks. [Page 892, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ lakṣabhūta
○bhūta mfn. that which has become the aim or object (of all), sought by all Cat.
• (ifc.) liable or subject to Jātakam.
⋙ lakṣarāmanāmalekhanavrata
○rāma-nāma-lekhanavrata n
⋙ lakṣavartikathā
○varti-kathā f
⋙ lakṣavartikodyāpanavidhi
○vartikôdyāpana-vidhi m
⋙ lakṣavartidīpavratakalpa
○varti-dīpa-vrata-kalpa m
⋙ lakṣavartivrata
○vartivrata n
⋙ lakṣavartyudyāpana
○varty-udyāpana n
⋙ lakṣavartyudyāpanavidhāna
○varty-udyāpana-vidhāna n. N. of wks
⋙ lakṣavedhin
○vedhin mfn. piercing or hitting the mark Vikr. (cf. lakṣya-v○)
⋙ lakṣaśas
○śas ind. by hundreds of thousands, by lacs MW.
⋙ lakṣaśloka
○śloka mfn. containing 100, 000 verses Pañcar.
⋙ lakṣasupta
○supta mfn. pretending to be asleep, feigning sleep Mṛicch. (vḷ. lakṣa-s○)
⋙ lakṣasvastikavratakalpa
○svastika-vrata-kalpa m
⋙ lakṣasvastikavratodyāpana
○svastika-vratôdyāpana n. N. of wks
⋙ lakṣahoma
○homa m. a partic. sacrifice offered to the planets AgP.
-paddhati f. -vidhi m. N. of wks
⋙ lakṣādhīśa
lakṣâdhī7śa m. a person possessed of a lac (or of 100, 000 rupees) MW.
⋙ lakṣāntapurī
lakṣânta-purī f. N. of a town Cat.
⋙ lakṣāntara
lakṣântara n. a distance of 100, 000 (Yojanas) Vcar.
⋙ lakṣāvatāra
lakṣâvatāra m. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣeśa
lakṣêśa m. = lakṣâdhī7śa Kāv.
≫ lakṣaka
lakṣaka mfn. indicating, hinting at, expressing indirectly or elliptically or by metonymy Sāh.
• N. of two men Rājat.
• n. a lac, one hundred thousand Pañcar.
≫ lakṣaṇa
lakṣaṇa mfn. indicating, expressing indirectly Vedântas.
• m. Ardea Sibirica L.
• N. of a man Rājat. (often confounded with, lakṣmaṇa)
• (ā), f. s.v
• n. (ifc. f. ā) a mark, sign, symbol, token, characteristic, attribute, quality (ifc. = 'marked or characterized by', 'possessed of') Mn. MBh. &c
• a stroke, line (esp. those drawn on the sacrificial ground) ŚBr. GṛŚrS.
• a lucky mark, favourable sign GṛŚrS. Mn. MBh. &c
• a symptom or indication of disease, Cat
• a sexual organ MBh. xiii, 2303
• a spoon (?) Divyâv.
• accurate description, definition, illustration Mn. Sarvad. Suśr.
• settled rate, fixed tariff Mn. viii, 406
• a designation, appellation, name (ifc. = 'named', 'called') Mn. MBh. Kāv.
• a form, species, kind, sort (ifc.= 'taking the form of', 'appearing as') Mn. Śaṃk. BhP.
• the act of aiming at, aim, goal, scope, object (ifc. = 'concerning', 'relating to', 'coming within the scope of') APrāt. Yājñ. MBh. BhP.
• reference, quotation Pāṇ. 1-4, 84
• effect, operation, influence ib. i, 1, 62 &c
• cause, occasion, opportunity R. Daś.
• observation, sight, seeing W.
⋙ lakṣaṇakarman
○karman n. statement of marks or qualities accurate description, definition Āpast.
⋙ lakṣaṇakaṇḍa
○kaṇḍa m. or n
⋙ lakṣaṇagrantha
○grantha m. N. of wks
⋙ lakṣaṇajña
○jña mfn. sign-knowing, understanding marks (esp. those on the body), able to interpret or explain them R. VarBṛS.
• (ifc.) understanding a person's lucky marks or signs BhP.
⋙ lakṣaṇatva
○tva n. the being a mark or definition Sāh.
⋙ lakṣaṇadipikā
○dipikā f
⋙ lakṣaṇaprakāśa
○prakāśa m. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣaṇapraśasta
○praśasta mfn. celebrated on account of good or lucky marks Gobh.
⋙ lakṣaṇabhraṣṭa
○bhraṣṭa mfn. deprived of good marks, fallen into misfortune, ill-fated, unhappy Yājñ. iii, 217 (vḷ. alakṣaṇā bhraṣṭāḥ for lakṣaṇa-bhr○)
⋙ lakṣaṇaratna
○ratna n
⋙ lakṣaṇaratnamālikā
○ratna-mālikā f
⋙ lakṣaṇarājī
○rājī f. N. of wks
⋙ lakṣaṇalakṣaṇā
○lakṣaṇā f. N. of a partic. figure of speech (in which the proper meaning of a word gives place to the figurative one, cf. lakṣaṇā below, and jahal-l○) Kpr. Sāh.
⋙ lakṣaṇavat
○vat mfn. possessing marks or signs, marked or characterized by (instr.) MBh.
• endowed with auspicious marks MānGṛ. R.
• giving correct definitions Car.
• (ifc. after a numeral) having a partic. number of marks or characteristics BhP.
⋙ lakṣaṇavāda
○vāda wṛ. for lakṣaṇā-v○
⋙ lakṣaṇavṛtti
○vṛtti f
⋙ lakṣaṇaśataka
○śataka n
⋙ lakṣaṇasaṃgraha
○saṃgraha m. N. of wks
⋙ lakṣaṇasaṃnipāta
○saṃnipāta (cf. R.),
⋙ lakṣaṇasaṃniveśa
○saṃniveśa (cf. Mahān.), m. the impressing or fixing of a mark, branding, stigmatizing
⋙ lakṣaṇasamuccaya
○samuccaya m. N. of wk. on the characteristic marks of deities (attributed to Hemâdri)
⋙ lakṣaṇasampad
○sampad f. a multitude of marks or characteristics Vajracch.
⋙ lakṣaṇasārasamuccaya
○sāra-samuccaya m. N. of wk. (containing rules for the construction of Liṅgas of Śiva)
⋙ lakṣaṇānvita
lakṣaṇânvita mfn. endowed with good marks, lucky Mn. iii, 4
⋙ lakṣaṇāmṛta
lakṣaṇâmṛta (or ○ṇâm○?), n. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣaṇālakṣaṇatas
lakṣaṇâlakṣaṇa-tas ind. with regard to characteristics and non-chṭcharacteristics Vajracch.
⋙ lakṣṇāvalī
lakṣṇâvalī under lakṣaṇā
⋙ lakṣaṇottamā
lakṣaṇôttamā f. N. of a Kiṃ-narī Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ lakṣaṇoru
lakṣaṇôru mf(ū)n. Pāṇ. 4-1, 70 (cf. lakṣmaṇôru)
≫ lakṣaṇaka
lakṣaṇaka (ifc., f. ikā) = lakṣaṇa, a mark, sign Piṅg. Sch.
≫ lakṣaṇā
lakṣaṇā f. aiming at, aim, object, view Hariv.
• indication, elliptical expression, use of a word for another word with a cognate meaning (as of 'head' for 'intellect'), indirect or figurative sense of a word (one of its three Arthas
• the other two being abhidhā or proper sense, and vyañjanā or suggestive sense
• with sâropā, the placing of a word in its figurative sense in apposition to another in its proper sense) Sāh. Kpr. Bhāshāp. &c. [Page 892, Column 2]
• the female of the Ardea Sibirica (= lakṣmaṇā) Suśr.
• a goose Uṇ. iii, 7 Sch.
• N. of an Apsaras MBh. Hariv.
⋙ lakṣaṇāvalī
○"ṣvalī (○ṇâv○ or ○ṇâv○?), f. N. of various wks
⋙ lakṣaṇāvāda
○vāda m. N. of two wks. (by Gadā-dhara and Raghu-deva)
-rahasya n. N. of wk. (by Mathurā-nātha)
⋙ lakṣaṇāvṛttiprakaraṇa
○vṛtti-prakaraṇa n. N. of wk
≫ lakṣaṇin
lakṣaṇin mfn. possessing marks &c
• = lakṣaṇa-jña R. ii, 29, 9
≫ lakṣaṇīya
lakṣaṇīya mfn. to be perceived, visible Ragh.
• to be expressed figuratively or elliptically, anything so expressed L.
≫ lakṣaṇya
lakṣaṇya mfn. serving as a mark or token PārGṛ.
• having auspicious marks or signs Yājñ. MBh. &c
• m. a diviner Divyâv.
≫ lakṣita
lakṣita mfn. marked, indicated, distinguished or characterized by (instr. or comp.) Mn. MBh. &c
• vaguely indicated or expressed, equivocal, ambiguous (as a word which is indecent only in its figurative sense, e.g. janma-bhūmi, 'place of birth' and 'the female organ') Vām. ii, 1, 18
• (ifc.) aimed at (as a target or object aimed at by an arrow) R.
• called, named Śrutab.
• considered or regarded as, taken for (nom.) BhP.
• enquired into, examined Mn. Sāh.
• recognised MBh.
• perceived, observed, beheld, seen, evident MBh. Kāv. &c
• known, understood Ratnâv.
• proved Jātakam.
• excellent ib.
⋙ lakṣitatva
○tva n. the state of being marked or expressed indirectly Vedântas.
• excellence Jātakam.
⋙ lakṣitalakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa mfn. having the marks (of anything) perceived or evident MW.
≫ lakṣitavya
lakṣitavya mfn. to be marked or indicated or defined Sāh.
≫ lakṣin
lakṣin mf(iṇī)n. (fr. lakṣa) having good marks or signs R.
≫ lakṣī
lakṣī in comp. for lakṣa
⋙ lakṣīkṛ
○√kṛ P. Ā. -karoti, -kurute, to make a mark or object, aim or point or look at Kālid. Dhūrtas.
• to set out towards Naish.
• to calculate (cf. next)
⋙ lakṣīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. made a mark, aimed at, directed towards (-nāsa, mfn. fixing the gaze on the tip of the nose) MW.
• amounting to (instr.) Naish.
⋙ lakṣībhū
○√bhū P. -bhavati, to become a mark or aim or object Kull. (vḷ. lakṣyī-bhū)
≫ lakṣma
lakṣma deva-lakṣmá
≫ lakṣmaka
lakṣmaka m. N. of a man Rājat.
≫ lakṣmakaṇikā
lakṣma-kaṇikā f. a little spot Kāv.
≫ lakṣmaṇa
lakṣmaṇá mf(ā́)n. having marks or signs or characteristics TS.
• endowed with auspicious signs or marks, lucky, fortunate L.
• m. Ardea Sibirica Āpast.
• N. of a Vāsishṭha, g. śubhrâdi
• of a son of Daśa-ratha by his wife Su-mitrā (he was younger brother and companion of Rāma during his travels and adventures ; Lakshmaṇá and Śatru-ghna were both sons of Su-mitrā, but Lakshmaṇá alone is usually called Saumitri
• he so attached himself to Rāma as to be called Rāma's second self
• whereas Śatru-ghna attached himself to Bharata) R. Pur. &c
• N. of various authors and other persons (also with ācārya, kavi, deśika, dvivedin, paṇḍita, bhaṭṭa, śāstrin, sūri &c.) Cat.
• (ā), f. the female of the Ardea Sibirica MBh.
• a goose Uṇ. iii, 7 Sch.
• a kind of potherb Car.
• N. of various other plants (Hemionitis Cordifolia
• Uraria Lagopodioides
• = putra-kandā and a white-flowering Kaṇṭakâri). L.
• N. of a wife of Kṛishṇa Hariv. Pur.
• of a daughter of Dur-yodhana (carried off by Sāmbha, a son of Kṛishṇa) BhP.
• of an Apsaras Hariv.
• of a Buddhist Devii Kālac.
• of the mother of the 8th Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī L.
• n. a mark, sign, token MBh. R. &c. (often vḷ. lakṣaṇa), a name L.
⋙ lakṣmaṇakavaca
○kavaca n. N. of a hymn in praise of Lakshmaṇa
⋙ lakṣmaṇakuṇḍaka
○kuṇḍaka n. N. of a place Cat.
⋙ lakṣmaṇakhaṇḍapraśasti
○khaṇḍa-praśasti f. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmaṇacandra
○candra m. N. of a king Cat.
⋙ lakṣmaṇacampū
○campū f. N. of a poem (= campū-rāmāyaṇa, q.v.)
⋙ lakṣmaṇacūrṇikā
○cūrṇikā f. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmaṇadāsa
○dāsa m
⋙ lakṣmaṇadeva
○deva m
⋙ lakṣmaṇapati
○pati m. N. of three men Cat.
⋙ lakṣmaṇaprasū
○prasū f. 'mother of LṭLakshmaṇá', N. of Sumitrā (cf. above) L.
⋙ lakṣmaṇabhaṭṭīya
○bhaṭṭīya n. N. of wk. on the Vedânta
⋙ lakṣmaṇarājadeva
○rāja-deva m. N. of a king Inscr.
⋙ lakṣmaṇasiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ lakṣmaṇasena
○sena m. N. of various men (esp. of a son of Ballāla-sena, who gave his name to an Era which commenced in 1119-20)
⋙ lakṣmaṇasvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of a man Inscr.
• of an image of Lakshmaṇá Rājat.
⋙ lakṣmaṇāditya
lakṣmaṇâditya m. (with rājaputra) N. of a poet and pupil of Kshemêndra Cat.
⋙ lakṣmaṇābharaṇīya
lakṣmaṇâbharaṇīya n. N. of a Campū
⋙ lakṣmaṇotsava
lakṣmaṇôtsava m. N. of a medical wk. by Lakshmaṇa
⋙ lakṣmaṇoru
lakṣmaṇôru mf(ū)n. Vop. iv, 30 (cf. lakṣaṇôru). [Page 892, Column 3]
≫ lakṣmaṇya
lakṣmaṇyá mfn. serving as a mark, visible far and wide ĀpGṛ.
• m. N. of a man RV. v, 33, 10 (cf. Sāy. 'son of Lakshmaṇa')
≫ lakṣman
lákṣman n. a mark, sign, token, characteristic AV. &c. &c
• a good or lucky mark, excellence MBh.
• a bad mark, stain, blemish Bālar.
• definition (as 'the marks or characteristics collectively') Sarvad.
• = pradhāna, the chief, principal L.
• a pearl L.
≫ lakṣmi
lakṣmi (m.c.) in comp. for lakṣmī
⋙ lakṣmivardhana
○vardhana mfn. increasing good fortune R.
⋙ lakṣmisampanna
○sampanna mfn. possessed of good fortune ib.
≫ lakṣmī
lakṣmī́ f. (nom. ī́s, rarely ī́
• also ifc. as mf., but n. i
• cf. lakṣmīka) a mark, sign, token RV. x, 71, 2 Nir. iv, 10
• (with or without pāpī́) a bad sign, impending misfortune AV. ĀpŚr.
• (but in the older language more usually with púṇyā) a good sign, good fortune, prosperity, success, happiness (also pl.) AV. &c. &c
• wealth, riches Kāv. Rājat.
• beauty, loveliness, grace, charm, splendour, lustre MBh. Kāv. &c
• N. of the goddess of fortune and beauty (frequently in the later mythology identified with Śrī and regarded as the wife of Vishṇu or Nārāyaṇa
• accord. to R. i, 45, 40-43 she sprang with other precious things from the foam of the ocean when churned by the gods and demons for the recovery of the Amṛita, q.v
• she appeared with a lotus in her hand, whence she is also called Padmā
• accord. to another legend she appeared at the creation floating over the water on the expanded petals of a lotusflower, she is also variously regarded as a wife of Sūrya, as a wife of Prajā-pati, as a wife of Dharma and mother of Kāma, as sister or mother of Dhātṛi and Vidhātṛi, as wife of Dattâtreya, as one of the 9 Śaktis of Vishṇu, as a manifestation of Prakṛiti &c., as identified with Dākshāyaṇī in Bharatâśrama, and with Sītā, wife of Rāma, and with other women) ib. (cf. RTL. 103 ; 108 &c.)
• the Good Genius or Fortune of a king personified (and often regarded as a rival of his queen), royal power, dominion, majesty Kāv. Kathās. Rājat.
• a partic. verse or formula NṛisUp.
• N. of various plants (Hibiscus Mutabilis
• Mimosa Suma
• turmeric
• a white Tulasī
• = ṛddhi, vṛddhi, priyaṅgu, and phalinī) L.
• of the eleventh Kalā of the moon Cat.
• of two kinds of metre Col.
• the wife of a hero L.
• = dravya L.
• a pearl L.
• N. of the wife of king Candra-siṃha of Mithilā and patroness of various authors (also called lakhamā, laṣamā, lakhimā or lachimā) Cat.
• of a poetess ib.
• of another woman Śukas.
⋙ lakṣmīkalpa
○kalpa m. a partic. period of time Hcat.
⋙ lakṣmīkavaca
○kavaca n. N. of various Kavacas Cat.
⋙ lakṣmīkānta
○kānta m. 'beloved of Lakshmī', N. of Vishṇu ib. (cf. kallāleśo lakṣmī-k○)
• a king A.
• N. of an author Cat.
• (with nyāya-bhūṣaṇa bhaṭṭâcārya) of another author ib.
-śikṣā f. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmīkumāratātācārya
○kumāra-tātâcārya m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ lakṣmīkulatantra
○kula-tantra n
⋙ lakṣmīkulārṇava
○kulârṇava m
⋙ lakṣmīkhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa N. of wks
⋙ lakṣmīgṛha
○gṛha n. 'abode of Lakshmī', a mint Gal.
• a red lotus-flower L.
⋙ lakṣmīcandramiśra
○candra-miśra m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ lakṣmīcaritra
○caritra n. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmījanārdana
○janârdana n. sg. LṭLakshmī and Janârdana BrahmaP.
⋙ lakṣmītantra
○tantra n. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmītāla
○tāla m. a tree resembling the vine-palm L.
• (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
⋙ lakṣmītva
○tva n. the being Lakshmī (of Sītā) R. Sch.
⋙ lakṣmīdatta
○datta m. (also with ācārya) N. of various authors Cat.
⋙ lakṣmīdāsa
○dāsa m. N. of various men ib. Col.
⋙ lakṣmīdeva
○deva m. N. of a man Śrīkaṇṭh.
• (ī), f. N. of a learned woman Cat.
⋙ lakṣmīdvādaśanāmamahiman
○dvādaśa-nāma-mahiman m. and N. of wks

lakṣmīdvādaśanāmamahimastotra3lakṣmī́--dvādaśa-nāma-mahiḍma-stotra n. N. of wks
⋙ lakṣmīdhara
○dhara m. (also with ācārya, kavi, dīkṣita, deśika, bhaṭṭa, sūri) N. of various authors and other persons Kathās. Cat. &c
• (prob.) n. a partic. metre Col.
• m. or n. (?) N. of a commentary
-kāvya n. N. of wk
-sena m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ lakṣmīnarasiṃha
○nara-siṃha m. N. of a king Inscr.
• of various authors Cat.
⋙ lakṣmīnātha
○nātha m. 'lord of Lakshmī', N. of Vishṇu BhP.
• (also with bhaṭṭa, miśra, śarman) of various authors Cat.
⋙ lakṣmīnāmāmṛta
○nāmâmṛta n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ lakṣmīnārāyaṇa
○nārāyaṇa m. du. or n. sg. LṭLakshmī and Nārāyaṇa Hcat. (cf. RTL. 151 ; 184)
• m. N. of a prince Inscr.
• (also with nyāyâlaṃkāra, paṇḍita, yati) of various authors and other men Cat.
• mfn. belonging to Lakshmī and Nārāyaṇa Hcat.
-pañcâṅga n. -pūjā-vidhāna n. N. of wks
-vrata n. a partic. religious observance Cat.
○ta-kalpa m. -saṃvāda m. -sahasra-nāman n. -stava, m. -stotra n. -hṛdaya, n
○ṇârcā-kaumudī f. ○ṇīya, N. of wks
⋙ lakṣmīniketana
○niketana n. the bathing with fragrant myrobolan powder L.
⋙ lakṣmīnivāsa
○nivāsa m. the abode of the goddess of fortune Cat.
• N. of a commentator ib.
○sâbhidhāna n. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmīnṛsiṃha
○nṛ-siṃha n. sg. Lakshmī and Vishṇu as the man-lion BrahmaP. [Page 893, Column 1] Contents of this page
• m. N. of a king Cat.
• (also with kavi or bhaṭṭa) of various authors and other men ib.
-kavaca n. -pañca-ratna-mālikā f. -mahâṣṭôttara n. (and ○ra-bhāṣya n.), -sahasra-nāman n. -stava-rāja m. -stotra n. N. of wks
⋙ lakṣmīṃdadā
○ṃ-dadā f. N. of a Kiṃnarī Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ lakṣmīpañcāśat
○pañcāśat f. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmīpati
○pati m. 'husband or lord of LṭLakshmī', a king or prince Kir.
• N. of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa Vishṇ.
• the betel-nut tree L.
• the clove tree L.
• (also with śarman) N. of various authors and other persons Cat.
⋙ lakṣmīputra
○putra m. 'son of Lakshmī', N. of Kāma L.
• of Kuśa and Lava (the sons of Rāma) L.
• a horse Śiś. Sch.
• a wealthy man L.
⋙ lakṣmīpura
○pura n. N. of various towns Campak. Cat.
-māhātmya n. N. of ch. in the Brahmâṇḍa-purāṇa
⋙ lakṣmīpuruṣakāra
○puruṣakāra m. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmīpuṣpa
○puṣpa n. 'Lakshmī's flower' a clove Gal.
• a ruby L.
⋙ lakṣmīpūjana
○pūjana n. the ceremony of worshipping Lakshmī performed by a bridegroom along with his bride (at the conclusion of the marriage after the bride has been brought to her husband's house) MW.
⋙ lakṣmīpūjā
○pūjā f. 'worship of LṭLakshmī', N. of a festival on the 15th day in the dark half of the month Āśvina (celebrated in modern times by bankers and traders to propitiate Fortune) Col.
• N. of wk
-viveka m. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmīpraṇayin
○praṇayin mfn. dear to LṭLakshmī, a favourite of fortune Rājat.
⋙ lakṣmīphala
○phala m. Aegle Marmelos L.
⋙ lakṣmībahiṣkṛta
○bahiṣ-kṛta mfn. excluded from fortune, destitute of wealth Rājat.
⋙ lakṣmīmantra
○mantra m. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmīmandira
○mandira n. a fictitious N. of a town Caurap.
⋙ lakṣmīyajus
○yajus n. N. of a partic. sacred text (more correctly lakṣmī and yajus as N. of two sacred texts) NṛisUp.
⋙ lakṣmīramaṇa
○ramaṇa m. the husband of LṭLakshmī, i.e. Vishṇu Kāv.
⋙ lakṣmīlahari
○lahari f. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmīvat
○vat mfn. possessed of fortune or good luck, lucky prosperous, wealthy MBh. R. &c
• handsome, beautiful Hariv. R. &c
• m. Artocarpus Integrifolia L.
• Andersonia Rohitaka L.
• (atī), f. N. of a woman HPariś.
⋙ lakṣmīvarmadeva
○varma-deva m. N. of a king Col. Inscr.
⋙ lakṣmīvallabha
○vallabha m. 'favourite of LṭLakshmī', N. of an author Cat.
⋙ lakṣmīvasati
○vasati f. 'abode of LṭLakshmī', N. of the lotus-flower (Nelumbium Speciosum) ŚārṅgP.
⋙ lakṣmīvākya
○vākya n. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmīvāra
○vāra m. 'Lakshmī's day', Thursday MW.
⋙ lakṣmīvinaya
○vinaya m. du. good fortune and modest conduct Kathās.
⋙ lakṣmīvilāsa
○vilāsa m. a partic. compound Rasêndrac.
• N. of various wks
• pl. royal behaviour (personified) Uttarar.
⋙ lakṣmīvivarta
○vivarta m. change of fortune Dhūrtas.
⋙ lakṣmīveṣṭa
○veṣṭa m. the resin of Pinus Longifolia L.
⋙ lakṣmīvratapūjā
○vrata-pūjā f. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmīśa
○"ṣśa (○mī7śa), m. 'lord of LṭLakshmī', N. of Vishṇu Vop.
• a prosperous man W.
• the mango tree L.
• (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
• (with sūri) N. of a man Cat.
⋙ lakṣmīśreṣṭhā
○śreṣṭhā f. Hibiscus Mutabilis L.
⋙ lakṣmīśvarasiṃha
○"ṣśvara-siṃha (○mI7z○), m. N. of a king Cat.
⋙ lakṣmīsaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. N. of wk
• of ch. in the Nārada-pañca-rātra
• of ch. in the Vāyu-purāṇa
⋙ lakṣmīsakha
○sakha m. a friend or favourite of the goddess of fortune Rājat.
⋙ lakṣmīsanātha
○sanātha mfn. endowed with beauty or fortune MW.
⋙ lakṣmīsaparyāsāra
○saparyā-sāra N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmīsamāhvayā
○samāhvayā f. 'having the name of Lakshmī', N. of Sītā L.
⋙ lakṣmīsarasvatī
○sarasvatī f. du. LṭLakshmī and Sarasvatī Kathās. -saṃvāda m. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣmīsahaja
○saha-ja m. 'produced together with Lakshmī', the moon (supposed to have arisen together with Lakshmī from the ocean when churned by the gods and Asuras, lakṣmī above) L.
⋙ lakṣmīsahasranāman
○sahasranāman n
⋙ lakṣmīsahasranāmastotra
○sahasranāḍma-stotra n. N. of wks
⋙ lakṣmīsahodara
○sahôdara m. = -saha-ja (q.v.) A.
⋙ lakṣmīsūkta
○sū7kta n. a partic. hymn addressed to Lakshmī Cat.
⋙ lakṣmīsena
○sena m. N. of a man Kathās.
⋙ lakṣmīstava
○stava m
⋙ lakṣmīstuti
○stuti f. N. of wks
⋙ lakṣmīstotra
○stotra n. praise of LṭLakshmī W.
• N. of various Stotras
⋙ lakṣmīsvayaṃvaranāṭaka
○svayaṃvara-nāṭaka n
⋙ lakṣmīhṛdaya
○hṛdaya n
⋙ lakṣmīhṛdayastotra
○hṛdaḍyastotra n. N. of wks
≫ lakṣmīka
lakṣmīka (ifc.) = lakṣmī g. uraḥ-prabhṛti (cf. gata-, pūrna-l○ &c.)
≫ lakṣmy
lakṣmy in comp. for lakṣmī
⋙ lakṣmyaṣṭottaraśatanāman
○aṣṭottara-śata-nāman n
⋙ lakṣmyaṣṭottaraśatastotra
○aṣṭôttara-śata-stotra n. N. of wks
⋙ lakṣmyārāma
○ārāma m. 'garden of Lakshmi', N. of a forest L.
≫ lakṣya
lakṣya mfn. to be marked or characterized or defined, Kap. Sch.
• to be indicated, indirectly denoted or expressed Sāh. Vedântas.
• (to be) kept in view or observed VarBṛS. Kathās.
• to be regarded as or taken for (nom.) Śiś. Hit.
• to be recognised or known, recognisable by (instr. or comp.) Hariv. Kālid. Dhūrtas.
• observable, perceptible, visible MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. N. of a magical formula or spell recited over weapons R.
• n. an object aimed at, prize MBh. R. Kām.
• (exceptionally also n. with m. as vḷ.) an aim, butt, mark, goal Up. Gaut. MBh. &c. (lakṣyaṃ-√labh, to attain an object, have success
lakṣyam-√bandh with loc., 'to fix or direct the aim at', with ākāśe = ākāśe lakṣam-√bandh, under lakṣa) [Page 893, Column 2]
• the thing defined (opp. to lakṣaṇa) A.
• an indirect or secondary meaning (that derived from lakṣaṇā, q.v.) Kpr.
• a pretence, sham, disguise Ragh. Kām. (cf. -supta)
• a lac or one hundred thousand Rājat.
• an example, illustration (?) Sāh.
• often vḷ. or wṛ. for lakṣa and lakṣman
⋙ lakṣyakrama
○krama mfn. having an indirectly perceptible method MW.
⋙ lakṣyagraha
○graha m. taking aim L.
⋙ lakṣyajñatva
○jña-tva n. knowledge of a mark or of examples Cat.
⋙ lakṣyatā
○tā f. the being visible, visibility (acc. with √, to make visible, show) Rājat.
• the being an aim or object (acc. with √, to become an aim) Kathās.
⋙ lakṣyatva
○tva n. the being indirectly expressed Sarvad.
• (ifc.) the being an aim or object of, Katharṇ
⋙ lakṣyanirṇaya
○nirṇaya m. N. of wk
⋙ lakṣyabhūta
○bhūta mfn. that which has become a mark or aim BhP.
⋙ lakṣyabheda
○bheda m. the cleaving or hitting of a mark Kir.
⋙ lakṣyalakṣaṇabhāva
○lakṣaṇa-bhāva m. the connection of the indicated and indicator Ml.
⋙ lakṣyavīthī
○vīthī f. the visible or universally recognisable road Hariv. (= brahma-loka-mārga or deva-yāna Nīlak.)
⋙ lakṣyavedha
○vedha m. = -bheda
○dhin mfn. piercing or hitting a mark MW. (cf. lakṣa-vedhin)
⋙ lakṣyasiddhi
○siddhi f. the attainment of an object Kām.
⋙ lakṣyasupta
○supta mfn. pretending to be asleep Daś. Mṛicch. (cf. lakṣa-sapta)
⋙ lakṣyahan
○han m. 'hitting the mark', an arrow L.
⋙ lakṣyābhiharaṇa
lakṣyâbhiharaṇa n. the carrying off of a prize MBh.
⋙ lakṣyārtha
lakṣyârtha m. indirectiy expressed meaning Kāv.
⋙ lakṣyālakṣya
lakṣyâlakṣya mfn. visible and not visible, scarcely visible MBh.
≫ lakṣyī
lakṣyī in comp. for lakṣya
⋙ lakṣyīkṛ
○√kṛ P. -karoti, to make an aim or object Kālid. (cf. lakṣī-√kṛ)
⋙ lakṣyībhū
○√bhū P. -bhavati, to become an aim or object (vḷ. for lakṣī-√bhū, q.v.)
lakh (cf. √laṅkh and liṅkh), cl. 1. P. lakhati, to go, move Dhātup. v, 24
lakhamā-devī or lakhimā-devii f. N. of a princess Cat. (cf. under lakṣmī)
lag (cf. √lakṣ, lakṣa &c.), cl. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. xix, 24) lagati (accord. to Nir. iv, 10 also lagyati
• pf. lalāga Gr
• aor. alagīt ib.
• fut. lagitā ib.
lagiṣyati Pañcat.
• ind. p. lagitvā, -lagya Kāv.), to adhere, stick, cling or attach one's self to (loc.) MBh. Kāv. &c. (with hṛdi and gen., 'to penetrate to a person's heart' Kathās.)
• to take effect upon (loc.) Śiś.
• to meet, come in contact, cut (as lines) Gol. Sch.
• to follow closely, ensue or happen immediately Kathās.
• to pass away (as time) Pañcat.: Caus. or cl. 10. (cf. Dhātup. xxxiii, 63) lāgayati, 'to taste' or 'to obtain' (āsvādane, or āsādane). [In Hindi this √often means 'to begin.']
≫ laganīya
laganīya mfn. to be attached or clung to Cat.
≫ lagita
lagita mfn. attached to, adhered W.
• obtained, got ib.
• entered Hit. (vḷ. calita)
≫ lagna 1
lagna mfn. (for 2. p. 895, col. 2) adhered, adhering or clinging to, attached to, sticking or remaining in, fixed on, intent on, clasping, touching, following closely (with gen. or ifc.) MBh. Kāv. &c. (with pṛṣṭhe, pṛṣṭha-tas
• or pṛṣṭha ibc., following on a person's heels
• with mārge, sticking to i.e. following the road
• with hṛdaye, one who has penetrated the heart)
• one who has entered on a course of action, one who has begun to (inf.) Pañcat.
• meeting, intersecting, cutting (said of lines) Gol.
• immediately ensuing Pañcat.
• passed (as days) Vet.
• consumed by, spent in (instr.), Kuill. on Mn. vii, 127
• auspicious ( comp.)
• furious through being in rut (an elephant) L.
• m. a bard or minstrel (who awakes the king in the morning) L.
• m. n. (ifc. f. ā) the point of contact or intersection (of two lines), the point where the horizon intersects the ecliptic or path of the planets Sūryas. VarBṛS.
• the point or arc of the equator which corresponds to a given point or arc of the ecliptic ib.
• the division of the equator which rises in succession with each sign in an oblique sphere ib.
• the point of the ecliptic which at a given time is upon the meridian or at the horizon (kṣitije, lagnam, horizon Lagna
madhya-lagnam, meridian Lagna) ib.
• the moment of the sun's entrance into a zodiacal sign ib.
• the rising of the sun or of the planets ib.
• (in astrol.) a scheme or figure of the 12 houses or zodiacal signs (used as a horoscope)
• the whole of the first astrological house
• (also with śubha, śobhana, anukūla &c.) an auspicious moment or time fixed upon as lucky for beginning to perform anything Rājat. Kathās. Hit. [Page 893, Column 3]
• the decisive moment or time for action, decisive measure Kathās.
⋙ lagnakāla
○kāla m. the time or moment pointed out by astrologers as auspicious Kathās.
⋙ lagnagraha
○graha mfn. insisting firmly on anything, persistent, obtrusive ib.
⋙ lagnagrahaṇa
○grahaṇa n. the computation of the moment favourable for any undertaking, Camp
⋙ lagnacandrikā
○candrikā f. N. of wk
⋙ lagnacintā
○cintā f. thinking of the auspicious moment Kāv.
⋙ lagnadarpaṇa
○darpaṇa m. N. of wk
⋙ lagnadina
○dina n
⋙ lagnadivasa
○divasa m. an auspicious day (fixed upon as favourable for beginning any undertaking) Kathās.
⋙ lagnadevī
○devī f. N. of a fabulous cow of stone Śatr.
⋙ lagnadvādaśabhāva
○dvādaśa-bhāva m. pl. N. of wk
⋙ lagnanakṣatra
○nakṣatra n. any auspicious constellation in the moon's path MW.
⋙ lagnapañcāṅgabhāṣya
○pañcâṅga-bhāṣya n. N. of wk
⋙ lagnapattrikā
○pattrikā f. a paper on which the auspicious moment for a marriage &c. is noted down MW.
⋙ lagnabhuja
○bhuja m. (in astron.) ascensional difference i.e. the difference between the time of rising of a heavenly body at Laṅkā and at any other place W.
⋙ lagnamaṇḍala
○maṇḍala n. 'circle of signs', the zodiac MW.
⋙ lagnamāsa
○māsa m. an auspicious month ib.
⋙ lagnamuhūrta
○muhūrta n. the auspicious moment for a marriage &c. ib.
⋙ lagnayāna
○yāna n
⋙ lagnavāda
○vāda m. N. of wks
⋙ lagnavāsara
○vāsara m. = -dina A.
⋙ lagnavelā
○velā f. = -kāla Kathās. Hit.
⋙ lagnaśuddhi
○śuddhi f. auspiciousness of the signs &c. for the commencement of any contemplated work MW.
⋙ lagnasamaya
○samaya m. = -kāla Pañcat.
⋙ lagnasāriṇī
○sāriṇī f
⋙ lagnahorāprakāśa
○horā-prakāśa m. N. of wks
⋙ lagnāṅka
lagnâṅka m. N. of wk
⋙ lagnāsu
lagnâsu m. pl. (in astron.) ascensional equivalents in respirations MW.
⋙ lagnāha
lagnâha m. = lagna-dina Kathās.
⋙ lagnoddyota
lagnôddyota m. N. of wk
≫ lagnaka
lagnaka m. a (fixed) surety, bondsman, bail L.
• (ikā), f. wṛ. for nagnikā, q.v
laga (in prosody) an iambus
⋙ lagālikā
lagâlikā f. 'series of iambi', a kind of metre (four times ?, cf. nagānikā &c.) MW.
lagaḍa mfn. beautiful, handsome L. (cf., laḍaha)
⋙ lagaḍācārya
lagaḍâcārya m. N. of an astronomer Āryabh.
lagaṇa m. a partic. disease of the eyelid Suśr.
• (ā), f. the heart pea, Cardiospermum Halicacabum L.
lagata prob. wṛ. for next
lagadha m. N. of the author of the Vedâṅga called Jyotisha
laguḍa m. (cf. lakuṭa) a stick, staff, club MBh. Kāv. &c
• n. Nerium Odorum L.
⋙ laguḍavaṃśikā
○vaṃśikā f. a kind of small bamboo L.
⋙ laguḍahasta
○hasta m. 'staff-in-hand', a man armed with a stick or mace, a staff-bearer MW.
≫ laguḍin
laguḍin mfn. armed with or holding a club or staff Kād.
≫ lagura
lagura m. = laguḍa above W.
⋙ lagurahasta
○hasta m. = laguḍa-h○ ib.
lagna 1
lagna. and 2 col. 2 and p. 895, col. 2
laghaṭ or laghaṭi m. (fr. √laṅgh?) the wind Uṇ. i, 134 Sch.
≫ laghantī
laghantī f. N. of a river MBh. (B. laṅghatī)
laghaya laghiman, p. 894, col. 3
laghú mf(vii, or u)n. (a later form of raghu, q.v.) light, quick, swift, active, prompt, nimble Mn. MBh. &c. (also said of a partic. mode of flying peculiar to birds Pañcat.
• applied to the Nakshatras Hasta, Aśvinī, and Pushya VarBṛS.)
• light, easy, not heavy or difficult AV. &c. &c
• light in the stomach, easily digested Suśr.
• easy in mind, light-hearted Hariv. Kālid.
• causing easiness or relief Sāṃkhyak.
• well, in good health L.
• unimpeded, without attendance or a retinue MBh. iii, 8449
• short (in time, as a suppression of the breath) MārkP.
• (in prosody) short or light (as a vowel or syllable, opp. to guru)
• (in gram.) easily pronounced or articulated (said of the pronunciation of va, as opp. to madhyama and guru)
• small, minute, slight, little, insignificant ŚBr. &c. &c
• weak, feeble, wretched, humble, mean, low (said of persons) Mn. MBh. &c
• young, younger ( -bhrātṛ)
• clean, pure ( -vāsas)
• soft, gentle (as sound) Kathās. BhP.
• pleasing, agreeable, handsome, beautiful MBh. Kālid.
• m. bdellium L.
• (u), f. Trigonella Corniculata L.
• (vii), f. id. L.
• a light carriage L.
• a slender or delicate woman W.
• n. a partic. measure of time (= 15 Kāshṭhās= 1/15 Nāḍikā) L.
• a partic. species of agallochum L. [Page 894, Column 1] Contents of this page
• the √of Andropogon Muricatus L.
• (u), ind. lightly, quickly, easily &c. Śak. (laghu-√man, to think lightly of. Śak.) [Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. [894, 1] [l˘evis] for le1vis, lenhuis ; Lith. [lengv˘us], [l˘engvas] ; Angl. Sax. lungre, 'quickly' ; Eng. lungs, 'lights.']
⋙ laghukaṅkola
○kaṅkola m. Pimenta Acris Npr.
⋙ laghukaṇṭakā
○kaṇṭakā f. Mimosa Pudica ib.
⋙ laghukarkandhu
○karkandhu mf. a small kind of Zizyphus ib.
⋙ laghukarṇikā
○karṇikā f. Sanseviera Roxburghiana L.
⋙ laghukarṇī
○karṇī f. a species of plant L.
⋙ laghukāya
○kāya mfn. light-bodied
• m. a goat L.
⋙ laghukārikā
○kārikā f
⋙ laghukālanirnaya
○kāla-nirnaya m. N. of wks
⋙ laghukāśmarya
○kāśmarya m. a kind of tree (= kaṭphala) L.
⋙ laghukāṣṭha
○kāṣṭha m. a light stick for defence against another stick L.
⋙ laghukoṣṭha
○koṣṭha mfn. having a light stomach, having little in the stomach Kām.
⋙ laghukaumudī
○kaumudī f. 'the short or easy Kaumudī', N. of an easy epitome of the Siddhânta-kṭkind by Varada-rāja
⋙ laghukrama
○krama mfn. having a quick or rapid step, going quickly Hariv. MārkP.
• (am), ind. with quick step, quickly, hastily Kathās.
⋙ laghukriyā
○kriyā f. a small matter, trifle MW.
⋙ laghukhaṭvikā
○khaṭvikā f. a small couch, easy chair L.
⋙ laghukhartara
○khartara m. N. of a family W.
⋙ laghuga
○ga m. 'moving quickly', N. of Vāyu, the god of the wind L.
⋙ laghugaṅgādhara
○gaṅgā-dhara m. a partic. powder (used in diarrhoea) ŚārṅgS.
⋙ laghugati
○gati mfn. having a quick step Megh.
⋙ laghugarga
○garga m. a species of fish L.
⋙ laghugītā
○gītā f. N. of wk
⋙ laghugodhūma
○godhūma m. a small kind of wheat L.
⋙ laghugrahamañjari
○graha-mañjari f. N. of wk
⋙ laghucaccarī
○caccarī f. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
⋙ laghucandrikā
○candrikā f
⋙ laghucandrikāpaddhati
○candriḍkā-paddhati f
⋙ laghucāṇakyarājanīti
○cāṇakya-rāja-nīti f. N. of wks
⋙ laghucitta
○citta mf(ā)n. light-minded, little-minded, fickle MBh.
-tā f. light-mindedness, fickleness R.
⋙ laghucitrahasta
○citra-hasta mfn. light and ready-handed, possessing unusual manual skill MBh.
⋙ laghucitrālaṃkara
○citrâlaṃkara m
⋙ laghucintana
○cintana n. N. of wks
⋙ laghucintāmaṇi
○cintāmaṇi m. N. of wk
-rasa m. a partic. fluid compound Cat.
⋙ laghucirbhiṭā
○cirbhiṭā f. colocynth L.
⋙ laghucetas
○cetas mfn. little-minded, low-mṭminded Bhartṛ. Pañcat. &c
⋙ laghucchadā
○cchadā f. a kind of asparagus L.
⋙ laghucchedya
○cchedya mfn. easy to be cut or extirpated, easily destroyed Pañcat. (prob. wṛ. for laghū7cchedya)
⋙ laghujaṅgala
○jaṅgala m. Perdix Chinensis L.
⋙ laghujātaka
○jātaka n
⋙ laghujātiviveka
○jāti-viveka m
⋙ laghujānakīya
○jānakīya n
⋙ laghujñānavāsiṣṭha
○jñāna-vāsiṣṭha n. N. of wks
⋙ laghutara
○tara mfn. more quick, lighter, easier &c. (= laghīyas) Pañcat.
⋙ laghutā
○tā f. quickness, promptness, agility, dexterity MBh. MārkP.
• lightness, ease, facility Suśr. Ṛitus.
• feeling of ease, feeling of bodily freshness Kāraṇḍ.
• prosodial shortness VarBṛS.
• smallness, littleness, meanness, insignificance MBh. Rājat. Śiś.
• light-mindedness, thoughtlessness, levity, wantonness R.
• want of rank or dignity, humbleness, disregard, disrespect Kāv. Pañcat. &c
⋙ laghutāla
○tāla m. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
⋙ laghutva
○tva n. quickness, agility, dexterity MBh.
• lightness, ease, facility ŚvetUp. Suśr.
• feeling of ease Mṛicch.
• prosodial shortness Piṅg. Sch.
• levity, thoughtlessness, wantonness MBh.
• want of dignity, humbleness, disregard, disrespect Kāv. Pañcat. &c
⋙ laghudantī
○dantī f. a kind of Croton Bhpr.
⋙ laghudīpikā
○dīpikā f. N. of sev. wks
⋙ laghudundubhi
○dundubhi m. a small drum L.
⋙ laghudrākṣā
○drākṣā f. a small stoneless grape L.
⋙ laghudrāvin
○drāvin mfn. fusing or liquefying easily, flowing rapidly (said of quicksilver) Sarvad.
⋙ laghudvāravatī
○dvāra-vatī f. the young or recent Dvāra-vatī (or) the more modern part of the town Dvāra Cat.
⋙ laghunābhamaṇḍala
○nābhamaṇḍala n. a partic. mystic circle Cat.
⋙ laghunāman
○nāman n. Agallochum L.
⋙ laghunāradīya
○nāradīya n
⋙ laghunārāyaṇopaniṣad
○nārāyaṇôpaniṣad f. N. of wks
⋙ laghunālika
○nālika n. a musket L.
⋙ laghunidāna
○nidāna n
⋙ laghunyāyasudhā
○nyāya-sudhā f
⋙ laghunyāsa
○nyāsa m. N. of wks
⋙ laghupañcamūla
○pañca-mūla n. a compound of five different roots L.
⋙ laghupaṇḍita
○paṇḍita m. N. of an author Cat.
○tīya n. N. of wk
⋙ laghupatanaka
○patanaka m. 'quickly flying', N. of a crow Pañcat. Hit.
⋙ laghupattraka
○pattraka m. a kind of plant (= rocanī) L.
⋙ laghupattraphalā
○pattra-phalā f. Ficus Oppositifolia L.
⋙ laghupattrī
○pattrī f. the small Pippala tree L.
⋙ laghupaddhati
○paddhati f. N. of various wks
⋙ laghuparākrama
○parākrama mfn. of quick resolution R.
⋙ laghuparāmarśa
○parāmarśa m. N. of wk
⋙ laghuparāśara
○parāśara m. the shorter Parāśara Cat.
⋙ laghuparikrama
○parikrama mfn. moving quickly (= tva-rita-gati Comm.) Kām.
⋙ laghuparibhāṣāvṛtti
○paribhāṣā-vṛtti f. N. of Comm.
⋙ laghuparṇikā
○parṇikā f. Asparagus Racemosus L.
⋙ laghuparṇī
○parṇī f. a species of plant L.
⋙ laghupāka
○pāka m. easy digestion, digestibility, ŚārṅgS.
• mfn. growing old rapidly Bhpr.
• easy of digestion, easily digested Suśr. ŚārṅgS.
⋙ laghupākin
○pākin mfn. easily digested Suśr.
⋙ laghupātin
○pātin m. quickly flying', N. of a crow Kathās.
⋙ laghupārāśarya
○pārāśarya n. N. of wk
⋙ laghupicchila
○picchila m. Cordia Myxa L.
⋙ laghupulastya
○pulastya m. the shorter Pulastya Cat.
⋙ laghupuṣpa
○puṣpa m. a kind of Kadamba L.
⋙ laghupūjāprakāra
○pūjā-prakāra m. N. of wk
⋙ laghupramāṇa
○pramāṇa mf(ā)n. of little magnitude, short VarBṛS. [Page 894, Column 2]
⋙ laghuprayatna
○prayatna mfn. using little effort, indolent, impotent W.
• pronounced with slight articulation (-tara mfn. ) Pāṇ. 8-3, 18
⋙ laghuprāyaścitta
○prâyaścitta n. N. of wk
⋙ laghubadara
○badara m. or (ī), f. a kind of jujube tree L.
⋙ laghubinduśekhara
○bindu-śekhara m
⋙ laghubuddhapurāṇa
○buddha-purāṇa n
⋙ laghubodha
○bodha m
⋙ laghubodhinī
○bodhinī f
⋙ laghubrahmavaivarta
○brahma-vaivarta n. N. of wks
⋙ laghubrāhmī
○brāhmī f. a kind of Rue L.
⋙ laghubhava
○bhava m. (in a-laghu-bh○) m. low or humble station Bhartṛ. (vḷ.)
⋙ laghubhāgavata
○bhāgavata n. N. of wk
⋙ laghubhāva
○bhāva m. light state, lightness, ease, facility Cat.
-prakāśikā f. N. of wk
⋙ laghubhāskarīya
○bhāskarīya n. N. of various wks
⋙ laghubhuj
○bhuj mfn. eating little VarBṛS.
⋙ laghubhūtadruma
○bhūta-druma m. Cordia Myxa L.
⋙ laghubhūṣaṇakānti
○bhūṣaṇa-kānti f. N. of Comm.
⋙ laghubhojana
○bhojana n. a light repast, slight refreshment Pañcat.
⋙ laghubhrātṛ
○bhrātṛ m. a younger brother Pañcat.
⋙ laghumañjūṣā
○mañjūṣā f. N. of Comm.
⋙ laghumanas
○manas mfn. = -citta above A.
⋙ laghumantha
○mantha m. Premna Spinosa L.
⋙ laghumāṃsa
○māṃsa m. 'having light (i.e. easily digested) flesh', a kind of partridge L.
• (ī), f. a kind of Valerian L.
⋙ laghumātra
○mātra n. an unimportant matter, trifle ĀśvŚr.
• mfn. having small property MBh.
⋙ laghumānasa
○mānasa n. N. of various wks
⋙ laghumitra
○mitra n. a slight or weak friend, an ally of little power or value W.
⋙ laghumīmāṃsāvārttikaṭīkā
○mīmāṃsā-vārttika-ṭīkā f. N. of wk
⋙ laghumūla
○mūla n. (in alg.) the least √with reference to the additive quantities W.
• (or) the lesser √of an equation L.
• mfn. having a small √or beginning, small in the begṭbeginning MBh. R.
⋙ laghumūlaka
○mūlaka n. a radish Bhpr.
⋙ laghumeru
○meru m. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
⋙ laghuyama
○yama m. N. of a short version of YṭYama's lawbook Cat.
⋙ laghuyogaratnāvalī
○yoga-ratnâvalī f
⋙ laghuratnākara
○ratnâkara m. N. of wks
⋙ laghurāśi
○rāśi m. (with pakṣa
• in arithm.) a set of fewer terms Col.
⋙ laghulakṣahoma
○lakṣa-homa m. a partic. sacrifice Cat.
• N. of the 30th Pariśishṭa of the Atharva-veda
⋙ laghulaya
○laya n. the √of Andropogon Muricatus L.
⋙ laghulalitavistara
○lalita-vistara m
⋙ laghuvasiṣṭhasiddhānta
○vasiṣṭha-siddhânta m
⋙ laghuvākyavṛtti
○vākya-vṛtti f
⋙ laghuvākyavṛttiprakāśikā
○vākya-vṛtti-prakāśikā f
⋙ laghuvādārtha
○vādârtha m
⋙ laghuvāyustuti
○vāyu-stuti f
⋙ laghuvārttika
○vārttika n. N. of wks
⋙ laghuvāsas
○vāsas mfn. wearing a light or clean dress Mn. ii, 70
⋙ laghuvāsiṣṭha
○vāsiṣṭha n
⋙ laghuvāsiṣṭhasiddhānta
○vāsiṣḍṭha-siddhânta m. N. of wks
⋙ laghuvikrama
○vikrama m. a quick step R.
• mfn. having a quick step, quick-footed Hariv. R.
⋙ laghuvimarśinī
○vimarśinī f. N. of wk
⋙ laghuvivaratva
○vivaratva n. narrowness of an aperture or opening Pañcat.
⋙ laghuviṣṇu
○viṣṇu m. N. of a short version of Vishṇu's law-book Cat.
⋙ laghuvṛtti
○vṛtti f. 'short commentary', N. of Comm.
• mfn. having a light nature, light in conduct or behaviour RPrāt.
• light-minded W.
• ill-conducted or conditioned ib.
• ill-done, mismanaged ib.
-kārikā f. N. of wk
-tā f. insignificance, meanness W.
• light-mindedness Kir.
• bad conduct, mismanagement W.
○tty-avacūrikā f. N. of wk
⋙ laghuvedhin
○vedhin mfn. easily piercing, cleverly hitting MBh.
⋙ laghuvaiyākaraṇabhūṣaṇa
○vaiyākaraṇabhūṣaṇa n

laghuvaiyākaraṇabhūṣaṇasiddhāntamañjūṣā3laghú--vaiyākaraṇabhūḍṣaṇa-siddhânta-mañjūṣā f
⋙ laghuvyākaraṇabhūṣaṇasāra
○vyākaraṇa-bhūṣaṇa-sāra N. of wks
⋙ laghuvyāsa
○vyāsa m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ laghuśaṅkha
○śaṅkha m. a kind of small shell Madanav.
⋙ laghuśabdaratna
○śabda-ratna n
⋙ laghuśabdenduśekhara
○śabḍdêndu-śekhara m. N. of wks
⋙ laghuśamī
○śamī f. a kind of Acacia MW.
⋙ laghuśāntipurāṇa
○śānti-purāṇa n
⋙ laghuśāntividhāna
○śānḍti-vidhāna n. N. of wks
⋙ laghuśikharatāla
○śikhara-tāla m. N. of a partic. time in music Cat.
⋙ laghuśivapurāṇa
○śiva-purāṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ laghuśīta
○śīta m. Cordia Myxa L.
⋙ laghuśekhara
○śekhara m. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
⋙ laghuśaunaka
○śaunaka m. or n
⋙ laghuśaunakī
○śauḍnakī f
⋙ laghusaṃgraha
○saṃgraha m
⋙ laghusaṃgrahaṇīsūtra
○saṃgraḍhaṇī-sūtra n. N. of wks
⋙ laghusattva
○sattva mfn. 'weak-natured', having a weak or fickle character VarBṛS.
-tā f. weakness of charṭcharactr, fickleness MBh. R.
⋙ laghusadāphalā
○sadā-phalā f. Ficus Oppositifolia L.
⋙ laghusaṃtāpa
○saṃtāpa mfn. having the pain (of sickness) alleviated Śak.
⋙ laghusaṃdeśapada
○saṃdeśa-pada mf(ā)n. (speech) expressing a request in few words Ragh. viii, 76
⋙ laghusaptaśatikāstava
○sapta-śatikā-stava m
⋙ laghusaptaśatikāstotra
○sapta-śatikā-stotra n
⋙ laghusaptaśatī
○sapta-śatī f
⋙ laghusaptaśatīstotra
○sapta-śaḍtī-stotra n. N. of wks
⋙ laghusamutthāna
○samutthāna mfn. rising quickly to work, active, alert Kām. Daś.
⋙ laghusamudīraṇa
○samudīraṇa mfn. moving easily
-tva n. mobility (of the body) Buddh.
⋙ laghusaralā
○saralā f
⋙ laghusahasranāmastotra
○sahasra-nāma-stotra n
⋙ laghusāṃkhyavṛtti
○sāṃkhya-vṛtti or f. N. of wks
⋙ laghusāṃkhyasūtrav
○sāṃḍkhya-sūtra-v○ f. N. of wks
⋙ laghusāra
○sāra mfn. of little importance, insignificant, worthless Inscr.
○râvalī f. N. of wk
⋙ laghusiddhāntakaumudī
○siddhânta-kaumudī f
⋙ laghusiddhāntacandrikā
○siddhânḍta-candrikā f. N. of easy versions of the Siddhānta-kṭkind, laghu-k○
⋙ laghusudarsana
○su-darsana n. a partic. medicinal powder Cat.
⋙ laghusūtravṛtti
○sūtravṛtti f
⋙ laghustava
○stava m
⋙ laghustavaṭippaṇaka
⋙ laghustotra
○stotra n. N. of wks
⋙ laghusthānatā
○sthāna-tā f. wṛ. for laghū7tthāna-tā, q.v. Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ laghusyada
○syada m. the act of moving or gliding quickly MBh. (= raghu-sy○ Kāś.)
⋙ laghuhasta
○hasta mfn. light-handed, ready-hṭhanded, possessing skill in the hands (as an archer, writer &c.) MBh. Suśr. &c
• m. a good archer W.
-tā f. (cf. MBh. Ragh.) or -tva n. (cf. Kathās.) ready-handedness, skilful-hṭhanded [Page 894, Column 3]
-vat mfn. = laghu-hasta Hariv. BhP.
⋙ laghuhārīta
○hārīta m. 'short Hārīta', N. of a partic. recension of Hariv's law-book
-smṛti f. N. of wk
⋙ laghuhṛdaya
○hṛdaya mfn. light-hearted, fickle Kād.
⋙ laghuhemadugdhā
○hema-dugdhā f. Ficus Oppositifolia L.
⋙ laghuhomapaddhati
○homa-paddhati f
⋙ laghuhorā
○horā f. N. of wks
⋙ laghūkaraṇa
laghū-karaṇa n. laghū-kṛ
⋙ laghūkti
laghū7kti f. a brief mode of expression Kull. on Mn. v, 64
⋙ laghūtthāna
laghū7tthāna mfn. easily set about or begun Kām.
• making active efforts, doing work rapidly MW.
-tā f. bodily vigorousness or activity, good health Divyâv.
⋙ laghūtthita
laghū7tthita mfn. promptly ready or at hand Kām.
⋙ laghūdumbarikā
laghū7dumbarikā f. Ficus Oppositifolia L.
≫ laghaya
laghaya Nom. P. ○yati, to make light, lessen, diminish, mitigate, soften, alleviste Kālid. Kir.
• to cause to appear light Subh.
• to make light of, slight, despise Kir.
• to excel, surpass Hcar.
≫ laghiman
laghiman m. lightness, levity, absence of weight MBh. Kāv. Pur.
• a kind of siddhi or supernatural faculty of assuming excessive lightness at will Vet. MārkP. Pañcar. (cf. RTL. 427)
• lowness, meanness (of spirit) Kād.
• thoughtlessness, frivolity Bhaṭṭ.
• slight, disrespect ŚārṅgP.
≫ laghiṣṭha
laghiṣṭha mfn. (superl. of laghu, q.v.) most light or quick, very light or quick &c. [Cf. Gk. ?.] [894, 3]
≫ laghīyas
lághīyas mfn. (compar. of laghu, q.v.) more or very quick or light AV. &c. &c
⋙ laghīyastva
○tva n. extreme insignificance, want of authority HYog.
≫ laghuka
laghuka mfn. = laghu, light, unimportant, insignificant Harav.
≫ laghū
laghū in comp. for laghu
⋙ laghūkaraṇa
○karaṇa n. the act of making light, lessening, diminishing, diminution Sarvad.
• thinking little of, contemning W.
⋙ laghūkṛ
○√kṛ P. -karoti, to make light, reduce in weight, diminish, alleviate Mālatīm. Veṇis. Śiś.
• to lessen, shorten (days) Naish.
• to reduce in importance, slight, humiliate ib.
• to think lightly of, despise Mṛicch. Sch.
⋙ laghūkṛta
○kṛta mfn. made light, reduced in weight &c. (cf. prec.)
• 'shortened' and 'reduced in importance or authority' ŚārṅgP.
≫ laghūya
laghūya Nom. P. ○yáti, to think lightly of, despise ŚBr.
≫ laghv
laghv in comp. for laghu
⋙ laghvakṣara
○akṣara mfn. short-syllabled RPrāt.
⋙ laghvakṣaraka
○akṣaraka m. a space of two Truṭis (a partic. measure of time) L.
⋙ laghvañjīra
○añjīra n. a species of fig L.
⋙ laghvatri
○atri m. N. of a short version of Atri's law-book
⋙ laghvamara
○amara m. N. of an abbreviation of Amara's dictionary
⋙ laghvaṣṭavarga
○aṣṭavarga m. N. of wk
⋙ laghvācārya
○ācārya m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ laghvādyuḍumbarāhvā
○ādyuḍumbarâhvā f. = laghúdumbarikā L.
⋙ laghvāryabhaṭasiddhānta
○āryabhaṭa-siddhânta m. N. of an astron. wk. (= mahā-siddhânta)
⋙ laghvāśin
○āśin and mfn. eating little, moderate in diet, abstemious MBh.
⋙ laghvāhāra
○āhāra mfn. eating little, moderate in diet, abstemious MBh.
⋙ laghvāhnika
○āhnika n. N. of wk
laṅ (in gram.) a technical term for the terminations of the Imperfect or for that tense itself (cf. 1. la)
laṅka m. N. of a man, g. naḍâdi
• (ā), f. below
⋙ laṅkataṅkaṭā
○taṅkaṭā f. N. of a daughter of Saṃdhyā (wife of Vidyut-keśa and mother of Sukeśa) R.
⋙ laṅkaśāntamukha
○śāntamukha m. pl. the descendants of Laṅka and Śānta-mukha, g. tika-kitavâdi
≫ laṅkaka
laṅkaka m. abridged N. of Alaṃ-kāra (brother of Maṅkha, minister of Jaya-siṃha of Kaśmīra, 1129-1150) Śrīkaṇṭh.
≫ laṅkā
laṅkā f. N. of the chief town in Ceylon or of the whole island (renowned as the capital of the great Rākshasa Rāvaṇa, q.v
• accord. to some accounts Laṅkā was much larger than the island of Ceylon is at present, or was even distinct from it, the first meridian of longitude which passed through Ujjayinī being supposed to pass through Lalso) MBh. R. &c
• N. of a lake (= rāvaṇa-hrada) R.
• of a Yoginī Hcat.
• of a Śākinī or evil spirit L.
• an unchaste woman L.
• a branch L.
• a kind of grain L.
⋙ laṅkākāṇḍa
○kāṇḍa m. or n. N. of wk
⋙ laṅkādāhin
○dāhin m. 'burner of Laṅkā', N. of Hanumat (as having set fire to the city with his burning tail) L.
⋙ laṅkādeśa
○deśa m. the place or district of LṭLaṅkā Gol.
⋙ laṅkādhipati
○"ṣdhipati (laṅkâdh○), m. 'lord of Laṅkā', N. of Rāvaṇa R.
⋙ laṅkādhirāja
○"ṣdhirāja (laṅkâdh○), m. 'id.', N. of Vibhīshaṇa (brother of Rāvaṇa) Rājat. iii, 73
⋙ laṅkānagarī
○nagarī f. the city of Laṅkā Gaṇit.
⋙ laṅkānātha
○nātha m. N. of Rāvaṇa and of Vibhīshaṇa Ragh. xv, 103
• N. of an author (also called Rāvaṇa) Cat.
⋙ laṅkānila
○"ṣnila (laṅkân○), m. the wind blowing from Laṅkā, south-wind Vcar.
⋙ laṅkāpati
○pati m. 'lord of Laṅkā', N. of Rāvaṇa and of Vibhīshaṇa L.
⋙ laṅkāpurī
○purī f. the city of Laṅkā AV. Pariś. [Page 895, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ laṅkāri
○"ṣri (laṅkâri)
• m. 'enemy of Laṅkā', N. of Rāma-candra Kālid.
⋙ laṅkāvatāra
○"ṣvatāra (laṅkâv○), m. N. of a Sūtra wk. of the Northern Buddhists (one of their 9 canonical scriptures, also called sad-dharma-l○, dharma MWB. 69)
⋙ laṅkāsthāyin
○sthāyin mfn. residing or being in Laṅkā W.
• m. Euphorbia Tirucalli ib.
⋙ laṅkendra
laṅkêndra m. N. of Rāvaṇa. Rājat.
⋙ laṅkeśa
laṅkêśa m. N. of Ravaṇa Hariv. Ragh.
-vanâri-ketu m. 'having the enemy of the grove of LṭLaṅkā (i.e. the monkey Hanumat) for an ensign', N. of Arjuna MBh. iv, 1294 (cf. Nīlak.)
⋙ laṅkeśvara
laṅkêśvara m. N. of Rāvaṇa R. Ragh. &c
• N. of an author (cf. laṅkā-nātha) Cat.
• (ī), f. N. of a Yoginī L.
⋙ laṅkodaya
laṅkôdaya m. 'ascension at Laṅkā', the equivalents of the signs in right ascension Sūryas.
≫ laṅkāpikā
laṅkāpikā or f. Trigonella Corniculata L.
⋙ laṅkāpikāyikā
laṅkāpiḍkāyikā or f. Trigonella Corniculata L.
⋙ laṅkāpikārikā
laṅkāpiḍkārikā or f. Trigonella Corniculata L.
⋙ laṅkāpikoṭikā
laṅkāpiḍkoṭikā or f. Trigonella Corniculata L.
⋙ laṅkāpikopikā
laṅkāpiḍkopikā or f. Trigonella Corniculata L.
⋙ laṅkāpikoyikā
laṅkāpiḍkoyikā f. Trigonella Corniculata L.
laṅkh (cf. √lakh and liṅkh), to go Dhātup. v, 25
laṅkhanī f. the bit of a bridle W.
laṅg cl. 1. P. laṅgati, to go Dhātup. v, 37 Nir. vi, 26
• to limp Vop. (cf. 2. vi-lagita)
≫ laṅga 1
laṅga mfn. lame, limping KātyŚr. Sch.
• m. limping, lameness W.
≫ laṅgana
laṅgana n. leaping across L. (cf. laṅghana)
≫ laṅgin
laṅgin mfn. lame, limping L.
laṅga 2
laṅga m. (prob. fr. √lag) union, association L.
• a lover, paramour (also ○gaka) L.
• = ṭāra L.
⋙ laṅgadatta
○datta m. N. of a poet Cat.
≫ laṅganī
laṅganī f. a stick or rope on which to hang clothes L.
≫ laṅgiman
laṅgiman m. union (○ma-maya, joined) Dhūrtas.
laṅgala n. = lāṅgala (q.v.), a plough Kāṭh.
• N. of a country Buddh. (vḷ. lāṅgala)
laṅgurā f. millet Gal.
laṅgūlā f. = lāṅgūla (q.v.) L.
laṅgh (cf. √raṃh and laghu) cl. 1. P. Ā. (Dhātup. iv, 34
• v. 55) laṅghati, ○te (Gr. also lalaṅgha, ○ghe
• aor. alaṅghīt, ○ghiṣṭa
• fut. laṅghitā
○ghiṣyati, ○te
• inf. laṅghitum), to leap over, go beyond (Ā.) Pañcad.
• to ascend, mount upon (P.) Bhaṭṭ.
• to pass over meals, abstain from food, fast (P.) Dhātup.
• to dry, dry up, waste, consume L.: Caus. or cl. 10. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxxiii, 87 ; 121) laṅghayati (m. c. also A. ○te
• Pass. laṅghyate), to leap over, cross, traverse Mn. MBh. &c
• to mount, ascend, tread upon, enter Kāv. Kathās.
• to overstep, transgress, violate, neglect Yājñ. Kāv. Rājat.
• to get over, avoid, shun, escape from Kāv. Kathās.
• to frustrate, prevent, avert R. Mṛicch.
• to disregard, slight, offend, insult, injure Mn. MBh. &c
• to excel, surpass, outshine, obscure, eclipse R. Ragh. Rājat.
• to remove, transport Kāraṇḍ.
• to cause to pass over meals i.e. fast Suśr.: Desid. of Caus. lilaṅghayiṣati, to intend to step over Kāvyâd. Sch.
≫ laṅghaka
laṅghaka mfn. one who leaps over or transgresses, a transgressor or offender VarBṛS.
≫ laṅghatī
laṅghatī f. N. of a river MBh. (vḷ. laghantī)
≫ laṅghana
laṅghana n. the act of leaping or jumping, leaping over, stepping across, crossing, traversing (gen. or comp.). PārGṛ. R. &c
• one of a horse's paces, curvetting, bounding L.
• (ifc.) rising to or towards, ascending, mounting, attaining Kālid.
• sexual union, impregnating Daś.
• attack, conquest, capture Kāv. Pur.
• transgression, violation, disdain, neglect R. Rājat.
• (also ā f.) insult, offence, injury, wrong MBh. Kāv. &c
• fasting, hunger, starving system Suśr.
⋙ laṅghanapathyanirṇaya
○pathya-nirṇaya m. N. of a medical wk
≫ laṅghanaka
laṅghanaka (prob.) n. means of crossing (?) Divyâv.
≫ laṅghanīya
laṅghanīya mfn. to be lept or passed over, to be crossed or traversed Kathās.
• to be reached or caught or overtaken (a-l○) Śak.
• to be transgressed or violated Cat.
• to be insulted or injured Pañcat.
⋙ laṅghanīyatā
○tā f. (cf. Śiś.),
⋙ laṅghanīyatva
○tva n. (cf. Rājat.) capability of being stepped over or transgressed or violated or injured
≫ laṅghita
laṅghita mfn. lept over, overstepped, traversed, transgressed, violated, disregarded, insulted MBh. Kāv. &c
• made to fast Car.
≫ laṅghitavya
laṅghitavya mfn. = lañghanīya MW.
≫ laṅghiman
laṅghiman vḷ. for laṅgiman, q.v
≫ laṅghya
laṅghya mfn. to be lept or passed over or crossed or traversed Kāv. Kathās. [Page 895, Column 2]
• attainable Rājat.
• to be transgressed or violated or neglected ib. BhP. Pañcar.
• to be injured or offended or wronged MBh. Kāv. &c
• to be made to fast Suśr.
• to be cured by fasting Car.
lach (cf. √lakṣ and lāñch), cl. 1. P. lacchati, to mark Dhātup. vii, 26
lachimā f. N. of a woman (= lakṣmī, q.v.) Cat.
laj 1
laj (cf.√lajj), cl. 6. Ā. lajate (only 3. pl. pf. lejire Bhaṭṭ.), to be ashamed Dhātup. xxviii, 10
≫ lajakārikā
laja-kārikā f. (laja for lajjā) the sensitive plant, Mimosa Pudica W.
laj 2
laj (cf. √1. lañj), cl. 1. P. lajati 'to fry' or 'to blame' (bharjane vḷ. bhartsane) Dhātup. vii, 64
laj 3
laj (cf. √2. lañj), cl. 10. P. lajayati, to appear (prakāśane) Dhātup. xxxv, 66
lajj cl. 6. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxviij, 10) lajjate (ep. also ○ti
• pf. lalajje, 3. pl. ○jjire Kathās.
• fut. lajjitā, lajjiṣyate Gr
• aor. alajjiṣṭa Bhaṭṭ.
• inf. lajjitum MBh. &c.), to be ashamed, blush MBh. Kāv. &c.: Caus. lajjayati (or lajjāpayati?), to cause any one (acc.) to be ashamed, inspire with shame Kāv. Rājat.: Desid. lilajjiṣate, Gr.: Intens. lālajjyate ib.
≫ lagna 2
lagna mfn. (also referable to 1. laj
• for 1. lagna p. 893, col. 2) ashamed Pāṇ. 7-2, 14 Sch.
≫ lajja
lajja m. N. of a man
• pl. his descendants Vop.
• (ā), f. below
≫ lajjakā
lajjakā f. the wild cotton tree, Gossypium L.
≫ lajjarī
lajjarī f. a white sensitive plant L.
≫ lajjā
lajjā f. shame, modesty, bashfulness, embarrassment (also Ṣame personified as the wife of Dharma and mother of Vinaya) MBh. Kāv. &c
• the sensitive plant, Mimosa Pudica L.
⋙ lajjākara
○kara mf(ī)n. causing shame, shameful, disgraceful Kāvyâd.
⋙ lajjākārin
○kārin mf(iṇī)n. id. W.
⋙ lajjākṛti
○"ṣkṛti (lajjâk○), mfn. feigning modesty, Śriṅgār
⋙ lajjādhāra
○"ṣdhāra (lajjâdh○), m. N. of a mountain VP. (prob. wṛ. for jalâdh○)
⋙ lajjānvita
○"ṣnvita (lajjânv○), mfn. possessed of shame, modest, bashful W.
⋙ lajjārahita
○rahita mfn. void of shame, shameless, immodest ib.
⋙ lajjāvat
○vat mfn. ashamed, embarrassed, bashful, perplexed MBh. Kāv. &c
-tva n. bashfulness, modesty Sāh.
⋙ lajjāvaha
○vaha mf(ā)n. causing shame, disgraceful Rājat.
⋙ lajjāvinamrānana
○vinamrânana mf(ā)n. bending down the face with shame VarBṛS.
⋙ lajjāśīla
○śīla mfn. of a modest disposition, bashful, humble (-tva, n.) TBr. Sch.
⋙ lajjāśūnya
○śūnya mfn. destitute of shame, shameless, impudent MW.
⋙ lajjāhīna
○hīna mfn. id. W.
⋙ lajjojjhita
lajjôjjhita mfn. id. Rājat.
⋙ lajjodvahana
lajjôdvahana n. possession or sentiment of shame
○nâkṣama mfn. incapable of feeling shame ib.
≫ lajjāpayitṛ
lajjāpayitṛ mfn. (Prākṛit ○tṛka, √lajj) causing shame Śak.
≫ lajjāya
lajjāya Nom. (prob. Ā.) lajjāyate, to be ashamed ( next)
≫ lajjāyita
lajjāyita mfn. ashamed, abashed, embarrassed BhP.
• n. pl. shame, embarrassment, perplexity Kād.
≫ lajjālu
lajjālu mfn. shameful, bashful, timid (in Prākṛit ○luka) Ratnâv.
• f. Mimosa Pudica, Bbpr
≫ lajjinī
lajjinī and f. Mimosa Pudica L. (cf. lajjarī)
⋙ lajjirī
lajjirī f. Mimosa Pudica L. (cf. lajjarī)
≫ lajyā
lajyā f. = lajjā, shame, modesty L.
lañcā f. a present, bribe Nīlak.
lañchana m. Eleusine Corocana L.
lañj 1
lañj (cf. √2. laj), cl. 1. P. lañjati, 'to fry' or 'to blame' (bhartsane vḷ. bharjane) Dhātup. vii, 65
lañj 2
lañj (cf. √luñj), cl. 10. P. lañjayati, to be strong
• to strike
• to dwell
• to give Dhātup. xxxii, 30 (vḷ.)
• to speak
• to shine, xxxiii, 111
• to manifest (also lañjāpayati), xxxv, 66 (vḷ.)
lañja m. (only L.) a foot, a tail
• = kaccha
• = paṅgu
• (ā), f. (only L.) an adulteress
• sleep
• a current
• N. of Lakshmī
≫ lañjikā
lañjikā f. a harlot, prostitute L.
laṭ 1
laṭ (cf. √raṭ), cl. 1. P. laṭati, 'to be a child' or 'to cry' Dhātup. ix, 11
≫ laṭa
laṭa m. (only L.) a thief
• one who speaks like a child or like a fool (= pramāda-vacana) [Page 895, Column 3]
• a fault, defect
⋙ laṭaparṇa
○parṇa n. = tvaca, large cinnamon
≫ laṭaka
laṭaka m. a bad man, contemptible person
⋙ laṭakamelanaprahasana
○melana-prahasana n. N. of a drama
≫ laṭṭa
laṭṭa m. (cf. laḍḍa) = laṭaka, a bad man L.
≫ laṭya
laṭya Nom. P. ○yati, to speak foolishly, g. kaṇḍvādi
laṭ 2
laṭ (in gram.) a technical term for the terminations of the Present or for that tense itself (cf. 1. la)
≫ laḍarthavāda
laḍ-artha-vāda m. N. of a treatise on the meaning of the Present tense
laṭakana m. (with miśra) N. of the father of Bhāva-miśra (author of the Bhāvaprakāśa) Cat.
laṭabha mfn. (cf. next and laḍaha) handsome, pretty, lovely Vcar.
• (ā), f. a handsome girl, beautiful woman ib.
≫ laṭaha
laṭaha mfn. handsome, pretty VarBṛS. Sch.
laṭūṣaka ladūṣaka
laṭṭana m. (with bhaṭṭa) N. of a poet Cat.
laṭva m. (accord. to Uṇ. i, 151 fr. √laṭ
• only L.) a horse
• a partic. caste (said to be a tribe of mountaineers)
• a dancing boy
• a big boiler
• (in music) a partic. Rāga
• (ā), f. a kind of bird Suśr.
• (only L.) safflower
• a kind of Karañja
• any fruit
• a game, gambling
• a curl on the forehead (= bhramaraka)
• = śilī
• = vādya, or avadya
• = tūlikā or tulikā
≫ laṭvākā
laṭvākā f. = laṭvā, a kind of bird MBh. (C. laḍvākā)
laḍ (cf. √lal), cl. 1. P. (Dhātup. ix, 76) laḍati, to play, sport, dally Rājat. vii, 928
• cl. 10. P. laḍayati, to loll the tongue, put out the tongue, lick Dhātup. xix, 53
• (lāḍayati), to throw, toss ib. xxxv, 81
• to cherish, foster ib. xxxii, 7
• (lāḍayate), to wish, desire ib. xxxii, 15 Vop.
≫ laḍita
laḍita mfn. moving hither and thither Jātakam.
laḍaka m. pl. N. of a people MBh. (B. dhenuka)
laḍaha mfn. (cf. laṭabha and laṭaha) handsome, pleasing, beautiful Kād. Bālar.
• pl. N. of a people VarBṛS. (vḷ. lahara)
⋙ laḍahacandra
○candra m. N. of a poet Cat.
laḍita-mahêśvara m. N. of a temple of Śiva Inscr.
laḍuka m. N. of a poet Cat.
laḍḍa m. a wretch, villain L. (cf. laṭṭa)
laḍḍu or laḍḍuka m. a kind of sweetmeat (made of coarsely ground gram or other pulse, or of corn-flour, mixed with sugar and spices, and fried in ghee or oil) AgP. Hcat.
laḍvā f. N. of a woman Rājat.
laḍvākā laṭvākā
laṇḍ (cf. olaṇḍ), cl. 10. P. laṇḍayati, to throw or toss up Dhātup. xxi, ii, 9
• to speak ib. xxxiii, 125
laṇḍa n. (cf. leṇḍa) excrement BhP. x, 37, 8 ('hard excrement, as of horses' L.)
laṇḍra (prob. fr. the French londres), London L.
⋙ laṇḍraja
○ja mfn. born or produced in London ib.
latā f. a creeper, any creeping or winding plant or twining tendril Mn. MBh. &c. (the brows, arms, curls, a slender body, a swordblade, lightning &c. are often compared to the form of a creeper, to express their graceful curves and slimness of outline
• cf. bhrū-l○, bāhu-l○, taḍil-l○ &c.)
• the Mādhavii-creeper, Gaertnera Racemosa Bhpr.
• Trigonella Corniculata ib.
• Panicum Italicum L.
• Cardiospermum Halicacabum L.
• Panicum Dactylon L.
• = kaivartikā L.
• = the plant sārivā L.
• musk-creeper L.
• a slender woman, any woman Naish. Tantras.
• the thong or lash of a whip, whip Pañcat. Suśr.
• a string of pearls VarBṛS.
• a streak, line (vārāṃ latāḥ, thin jets of water) Bālar.
• a kind of metre Col.
• N. of an Apsaras MBh.
• of a daughter of Meru and wife of Ilâvṛita BhP.
⋙ latākara
○kara m. a partic. position of the hands in dancing Saṃgīt. (du.) [Page 896, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ latākarañja
○karañja m. Guilandina Bonduc L.
⋙ latākastūrikā
○kastūrikā or f. musk-creeper, a kind of aromatic medicinal plant
⋙ latākastūrī
○kastūḍrī f. musk-creeper, a kind of aromatic medicinal plant
• (accord. to some 'Hibiscus Moschatus') Suśr. Bhpr. &c
⋙ latākuśa
○kuśa m. the sacrificial grass creeper L.
⋙ latākoli
○koli f. the Jujube creeper L.
⋙ latāgahanavat
○gahana-vat mfn. thickly overspread with creepers R.
⋙ latāgṛha
○gṛha n. (ifc. f. ā) a creeper-bower, arbour of creeper MBh. Kāv. Kathās.
⋙ latāṅkura
○"ṣṅkura (○tâṅ○), m. the marshy date palm L.
⋙ latāṅgī
○"ṣṅgī (○tâṅ○), f. a kind of gall-nut L.
⋙ latāṅguli
○"ṣṅguli (○tâṅ○), f. 'crṭcreeper-finger', a branch serving as a finger MW.
⋙ latājihva
○jihva m. 'creeper-tongued', a snake L.
⋙ latātaru
○taru m. N. of various trees (Ṣorea Robusta
• Borassus Flabelliformis
• the orange tree) L.
⋙ latādruma
○druma m. Ṣorea Robusta L.
⋙ latānana
○"ṣnana (○tân○), m. a partic. position of the hands in dancing Cat.
⋙ latānta
○"ṣnta (○tân○), n. 'end of a creeper', a flower L.
-bāṇa m. the god of love Daś.
⋙ latāpanasa
○panasa m. the water-melon L.
⋙ latāparṇa
○parṇa m. N. of Vishṇu L.
• (ī), f. Curculigo Orchioides Dhanv.
• Trigonella Foenum Graecum ib.
⋙ latāpāśa
○pāśa m. a snare or festoon formed of crṭcreeper, Ratnâv.
⋙ latāpuṭakī
○puṭakī f. Cardiospermum Halicacabum Car. Sch.
⋙ latāpūga
○pūga n. the Areca creeper L.
⋙ latāpṛkkā
○pṛkkā f. Trigonella Corniculata L.
⋙ latāpratāna
○pratāna m. the tendril of a crṭcreeper Ragh.
⋙ latāphala
○phala n. the fruit of Trichosanthes Dioeca BrahmaP.
⋙ latābāṇa
○bāṇa m. c. creeper-arrowed, N. of Kāma-deva
⋙ latābṛhatī
○bṛhatī f. the creeper egg-plant L.
⋙ latābhadrā
○bhadrā f. Paederia Foetida L.
⋙ latābhavana
○bhavana n. = -gṛha above, in apa-l○, q.v
⋙ latāmaṇi
○maṇi m. 'creeper-jewel', coral L.
⋙ latāmaṇḍapa
○maṇḍapa m. a creeper-bower Kāv.
⋙ latāmarut
○marut f. Trigonella Corniculata L.
⋙ latāmādhavī
○mādhavī f. Gaertnera Racemosa Śak.
⋙ latāmāriṣa
○māriṣa m. the Amaranth creeper L.
⋙ latāmṛga
○mṛga m. an ape, monkey W.
⋙ latāmbuja
○"ṣmbuja (○tâm○), n. a kind of cucumber L.
⋙ latāyaṣṭi
○yaṣṭi f. Rubia Munjista L.
⋙ latāyāvaka
○yāvaka n. a shoot, sprout, young or tender pasturage L.
⋙ latārada
○rada m. an elephant Gal.
⋙ latārasana
○rasana m. 'creeper-tongued', a snake L.
⋙ latārka
○"ṣrka (○târ○) m. a green onion L.
⋙ latālaka
○"ṣlaka (○tâl○), m. an elephant L.
⋙ latālaya
○"ṣlaya (○tal○), m. 'crṭcreeper-abode', arbour of creeper Kathās.
⋙ latāliṅga
○liṅga (?) Cat.
⋙ latāvalaya
○valaya m. or n. (?) = -gṛha above Śak.
-vat mfn. possessed of bowers made of creeper ib.
⋙ latāvitāna
○vitāna m. or n. a canopy made of crṭcreeper ib.
⋙ latāvṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. the cocoa-nut tree Npr.
• Ṣorea Robusta ib.
⋙ latāveṣṭa
○veṣṭa m. N. of a mountain Hariv.
• a kind of coitus L.
⋙ latāveṣṭana
○veṣṭana n. 'creeper-embrace', an embrace L.
⋙ latāveṣṭita
○veṣṭita m. N. of a mountain (= -veṣṭa) Hariv.
⋙ latāveṣṭitaka
○veṣṭitaka n. the winding (embrace) of a creeper Naish.
⋙ latāśaṅkutaru
○śaṅku-taru m. Ṣorea Robusta Npr. (correctly latā-taru and śaṅku-t○)
⋙ latāśaṅkha
○śaṅkha m. id. L. (wṛ.)
⋙ latodgama
latôdgama m. (as an explanation of avaroha) a shoot or √sent down from a branch L.
• the upward climbing of a creeper MW.
≫ latāya
latāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to resemble a creeping plant Kāv.
≫ latikā
latikā f. a delicate or slender creeper or small winding tendril (to which the graceful curve of a slim figure is compared) Kāv. Kām.
• a string of pearls Sāh.
latu m. N. of a man Uṇ. i, 78 Sch. (cf. lātavya)
lattādi-nirṇaya m. N. of wk. by Govinda
lattikā f. a kind of lizard Uṇ. iii, 147 Sch.
ladanī f. N. of a female poet Cat.
ladūṣaka (or laṭūṣaka?), m. a kind of bird Car. Suśr.
laddī f. = laḍḍu (?) Divyâv.
laddhana-deva m. N. of a man Cat.
laddhā wṛ. for laṭvā
lap 1
lap (cf. √rap), cl. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. x, 8) lapati (ep. also ○te and lapyati
• pf. lalāpa, lepus MBh. &c
• aor. alāpīt Gr
• fut. lapitā ib.
lapiṣyati Br. &c
• inf. laptum MBh.
lapitum Kāv.
• ind. p. -lapya MBh.), to prate, chatter, talk (also of birds) MBh. Hariv.
• to whisper Gīt. Pañcar.
• to wail, lament, weep Nalôd.: Caus. lāpayati, ○te (aor. alīlapat or alalāpat Gr.), to cause to talk ChUp.: Desid. lilapiṣati Gr.: Intens. lā́lapīti, to prate senselessly AV. Kāṭh.
lālapyate (m.c. also ○ti), to wail, lament MBh. R. MārkP.
• to address repeatedly MBh., lālapti Gr. [Cf. Gk. ? [Page 896, Column 2] ; [896, 1] perhaps Lat. lāmentum for lap-mentum.]
≫ lap 2
lap (ifc.) speaking, uttering ( abhilāpalap)
≫ lapana
lapana n. the mouth Śiś.
• speaking, talking W.
≫ lapita
lapita mfn. chattered, spoken, said L.
• (ā), f. N. of a Śārṅgikā (a kind of bird) with which Mandapāla is said to have allied himself MBh.
• (○tá), n. chatter, hum AV.
≫ lāpa
lāpa m. speaking, talking W.
≫ lāpikā
lāpikā antar- and bahir-l○
≫ lāpin
lāpin mfn. (ifc.) speaking, uttering Hariv.
• wailing, lamenting MārkP.
≫ lāpinikā
lāpinikā f. (prob.) talk, conversation Siṃhâs.
≫ lāpya
lāpya mfn. to be spoken &c. Pāṇ. 3-1, 126
lapeṭikā f. N. of a place of pilgrimage MBh.
lapeta m. N. of a demon presiding over a partic. disease of children PārGṛ.
lapsikā f. N. of a kind of prepared food Bhpr.
lapsuda n. = kūrca, the beard (of a goat &c.) KātyŚr. Sch.
≫ lapsudin
lapsudin mfn. having a beard, bearded (said of a goat) TS. ŚBr. KātyŚr.
labá m. a quail VS.
• (with aindra) N. of the supposed author of RV. x, 119 Anukr.
⋙ labasūkta
○sū7kta n. N. of the hymn RV. x, 119 Nir.
labh (cf. √rabh), cl. 1. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxiii, 6) labhate (ep. also ○ti and lambhate
• pf. lebhé, ep. also lalābha
• aor. alabdha, alapsata Br.
• Prec. lapsīya Pāṇ. 8-2, 504 Sch.
• fut. labdhā Gr
lapsyate, ○ti Br. &c
labhiṣyati Kāv.
• inf. labdhum MBh.
• ind. p. labdhvā́ AV. &c
-labhya, -lambham Br. &c
lābham Pāṇ. 7-1, 69), to take, seize, catch
• catch sight of, meet with, find Br. &c. &c. (with antaram, to find an opportunity, make an impression, be effective
• with avakāśam, to find scope, be appropriate
• with kālam, to find the right time or moment)
• to gain possession of, obtain, receive, conceive, get, receive ('from', abl
• 'as', acc.), recover ib. (with garbham, 'to conceive an embryo', 'become pregnant'
• with padam, to obtain a footing)
• to gain the power of (doing anything), succeed in, be permitted or allowed to (inf. or dat., e.g. labhate draṣṭum, or darśanāya, 'he is able or allowed to see') ChUp. MBh. &c
• to possess, have Sāh. MārkP.
• to perceive, know, understand, learn, find out Kathās. Kull.: Pass. labhyáte (ep. also ○ti
• aor. alābhi or alambhi, with prep. only alambhi
cf. Pāṇ. 7-1, 69 Kāś.), to be taken or caught or met with or found or got or obtained Br. &c. &c
• to be allowed or permitted (inf. sometimes with pass. sense, e.g. nâdharmo labhyate kartum, 'injustice ought not to be done', above.) Kathās.
• to follow, result Sāh. Sarvad.
• to be comprehended by (abl.) Bhāshāp.: Caus. lambhayati, ○te (aor. alalambhat), to cause to take or receive or obtain, give, bestow (generally with two acc
• rarely with acc. and instr. = to present with
• in Kir. ii, 55 with two acc. and instr
cf. Vām. v, 2, 10) MBh. Kāv. &c
• to get, procure (cf. lambhita)
• to find out, discover Mn. viii, 109
• to cause to suffer MW.
• Desid. lípsate (m. c. also ○ti TBr. līpsate), to wish to seize or take or catch or obtain or receive (with acc. or gen
• 'from', abl.) TBr. &c. &c.: Intens. lālabhyate, lālambhīti or lālabdhi Gr. [Gk. ? ; Lat. labor ; Lith. lábas, lóbis.] [896, 2]
≫ labdha
labdha mfn. taken, seized, caught, met with, found &c
• got at, arrived (as a moment) Kathās.
• obtained (as a quotient in division) Col. (cf. labdhi)
• (ā), f. N. of a partic. heroine L.
• a woman whose husband or lover is faithless W.
⋙ labdhakāma
○kāma mfn. one who has gained his wishes MW.
⋙ labdhakīrti
○kīrti mfn. one who has won fame or glory ib.
⋙ labdhacetas
○cetas mfn. one who has recovered his right mind, restored to sense, recovered W.
⋙ labdhajanman
○janman mfn. one who has obtained birth, born ib.
⋙ labdhatīrtha
○tīrtha mfn. one who has gained an opportunity BhP.
⋙ labdhadatta
○datta m. 'restoring what has been received', N. of a man Kathās.
⋙ labdhadhana
○dhana mfn. one who has acquired wealth, wealthy W.
⋙ labdhanāman
○nāman mfn. one who has gained a name, well spoken of, famous, celebrated Kām. Ratnâv. ('for', loc
• in Prākṛit)
⋙ labdhanāśa
○nāśa m. the loss of what has been acquired MBh. [Page 896, Column 3]
⋙ labdhanidrāsukha
○nidrāsukha mfn. enjoying the pleasure of sleep Ml.
⋙ labdhaparabhāga
○para-bhāga mfn. one who has gained preeminence over (abl.) ib.
⋙ labdhapraṇāśa
○praṇāśa m. id., N. of the 4th book of the Pañca-tantra
⋙ labdhapratiṣṭha
○pratiṣṭha mfn. one who has acquired fame or renown Kum.
⋙ labdhapratyaya
○pratyaya mfn. one who has won confidence, one who has firm belief in (-tā f.) Ratnâv. (in Prākṛit)
⋙ labdhapraśamana
○praśamana n. the securing of what has been acquired, keeping acquisitions in safety Mn. MBh. Hariv.
• (accord. to Kull. 'bestowing acquisitions on a proper recipient')
-svastha mfn. at ease by (reason ot) the securing or secure possession of acquisitions Ragh.
⋙ labdhaprasara
○prasara mf(ā)n. that which has obtained free scope, moving at liberty, unimpeded Mudr. Ratnâv. (in Prākṛit)
⋙ labdhalakṣa
○lakṣa mfn. one who has hit the mark, one who has obtained the prize, proved, tried, tested in (loc.) Mn. MBh. Hariv. Kathās.
• skilled in the use of missiles MW.
• m. N. of a man MBh.
⋙ labdhalakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa mfn. one who his gained an opportunity for (doing anything) Daś.
⋙ labdhalakṣya
○lakṣya mfn. = -lakṣa above R. Kām.
⋙ labdhalābha
○lābha mf(ā)n. one who has gained a profit or advantage, one who has attained his aim, satisfied Kāraṇḍ.
• one who has gained possession of (comp.) ib.
• happily obtained or reached ib.
⋙ labdhavat
○vat mfn. one who has obtained or gained or received MBh.
⋙ labdhavara
○vara mfn. one who has obtained a boon or favour MBh.
• m. N. of a dancing master Kathās.
⋙ labdhavarṇa
○varṇa mfn. one who has gained a knowledge of letters, lettered, learned in (comp.) Ragh. Pārśvan.
• famous, renowned Mṛicch.
-bhāj mfn. honouring the learned Ragh.
⋙ labdhavidya
○vidya mfn. one who has acquired knowledge or wisdom, learned, educated W.
⋙ labdhaśabda
○śabda mfn. = -nāman (q.v.) R.
⋙ labdhasaṃhāra
○saṃhāra mfn. brought together, brought about Divyâv.
⋙ labdhasaṃjña
○saṃjña mfn. one who has recovered his senses, restored to consciousness MBh. R.
⋙ labdhasambhāra
○sambhāra mfn. = -saṃhāra above Divyâv.
⋙ labdhasiddhi
○siddhi mfn. one who has attained perfection W.
⋙ labdhātiśaya
labdhâtiśaya mfn. one who has obtained the possession of supernatural power, Sāṃkhyas
⋙ labdhānujña
labdhânujña mfn. one who has obtained leave of absence L.
⋙ labdhāntara
labdhântara mfn. one who has found an opportunity (-tva n.) Śak.
• one who has got access or admission Ragh.
⋙ labdhāvakāśa
labdhâvakāśa (cf. Śak. Kathās.) or (cf. KaushUp. HPariś.), one who has found an opportunity or gained scope, one who has obtained leisure
⋙ labdhāvasara
labdhâḍvasara (cf. KaushUp. HPariś.), one who has found an opportunity or gained scope, one who has obtained leisure
⋙ labdhāspada
labdhâspada mfn. one who has gained a footing or secured a position Mālav.
⋙ labdhodaya
labdhôdaya mfn. one who has received birth or origin Kum.
• one who has attained prosperity Rājat.
≫ labdhaka
labdhaka mf(ikā)n. = labdha, obtained, got ( duḥkha-labdhikā)
≫ labdhavya
labdhavya mfn. to be obtained or received, obtainable &c. MBh. Śaṃk.
≫ labdhi
labdhi f. obtaining, gaining, acquisition Yājñ. Kathās. Pur.
• gain, profit VarBṛS.
• in (arithm.) the quotient Col.
≫ labdhṛ
labdhṛ mfn. one who obtains or receives, a receiver, gainer, recipient KaṭhUp. MārkP.
≫ labha
labha īṣal-, dur-, su-l○
≫ labhana
labhana n. the act of obtaining or getting or gaining possession of (in ātma-l○) BhP.
• the act of conceiving, conception Jaim. Sch.
≫ labhasa
labhasa n. (only L.) a horse's foot-rope( = vājs'. bandhana)
• wealth, riches
• one who asks or solicits, a solicitor
≫ labhya
labhya mfn. to be found or met with KaṭhUp. Pat. Kum.
• capable of being reached or attained, obtainable, acquirable, procurable MBh. Kāv. &c
• to be understood or known, intelligible Up. MBh. &c
• suitable, proper, fit Kālid. Kathās. Rājat.
• to be allowed to (inf. with pass. sense) MBh. ii, 921
• to be furnished or provided with (instr.) MBh. xiii, 5081
≫ lambha
lambha m. (for lambhamlabh) the obtaining or attaining, meeting with, finding, recovery ChUp. MBh. &c
• capture (of a fortress) VarBṛS.
• (ā), f. a sort of fence or enclosure L.
⋙ lambhaka
lamḍbhaka mfn. one who finds, a finder Pāṇ. 7-i, 64 Sch. (cf. varṣa-lambhaka)
≫ lambhana
lambhana n. the act of obtaining or receiving, attainment, recovery MBh. R.
• causing to get, procuring Daś. HPariś.
⋙ lambhanīya
lamḍbhanīya mfn. to be attained, attainable KaṭhUp.
⋙ lambhayitavya
lamḍbhayitavya mfn. to be applied or set to work Mālav.
≫ lambhita
lambhita mfn. (fr. Caus.) caused to obtain or receive, given, procured, gained
MBh. Kāv. &c. (cf. W. also 'heightened, improved
• cherished
• applied, adapted
• addressed, spoken to
• abused')
⋙ lambhitakānti
○kānti mfn. one who has acquired lustre or beauty MW. [Page 897, Column 1]
⋙ lambhitalobha
○lobha mfn. one who has a desire of (comp.) Gīt.
≫ lambhuka
lambhuka mfn. one who is accustomed to receive (acc.) ChUp.
≫ lābha
lābha m. meeting with, finding Mn. Kathās.
• obtaining, getting, attaining, acquisition, gain, profit Mn. MBh. &c
• capture, conquest Hariv. VarBṛS.
• apprehension, perception, knowledge Śaṃk. Sāh. BhP.
• enjoying MW.
• N. of the 11th astrological house or lunar mansion VarBṛS. (also -sthāna, Cat)
⋙ lābhakara
○kara (cf. MW.) or (cf. W.), mfn. causing gain, making profit, gainful, profitable
⋙ lābhakṛt
○kṛt (cf. W.), mfn. causing gain, making profit, gainful, profitable
⋙ lābhakāraṇāt
○kāraṇāt ind. for the sake of gain or profit MBh.
⋙ lābhatās
○tās ind. = yathā-lābham Car.
⋙ lābhalipsā
○lipsā f. greediness of gain avarice, covetousness ŚārṅgP.
⋙ lābhavat
○vat mfn. one who has gain or advantage Ragh.
• (ifc.) one who has got possession of Kathās.
⋙ lābhālābha
lābhâlābha m. du. profit and loss, gain and detriment Mn. ix, 331
≫ lābhaka
lābhaka m. gain, profit, advantage VarBṛS.
≫ lābham
lābham under √labh
≫ lābhin
lābhin mfn. (ifc.) obtaining, meeting with, finding Rājat.
• Pracaṇḍ. Kāraṇḍ.
≫ lābhya
lābhya n. = lābha L.
≫ lipsā
lipsā f. (fr. Desid.) the desire to gain, wish to acquire or obtain, longing for (loc. or comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
≫ lipsita
lipsita mfn. wished to be obtained, desired R.
⋙ lipsitavya
lipsitavya mfn. desirable to be obtained, wished for MBh.
⋙ lipsu
lipsu mfn. wishing to gain or obtain, desirous of, longing for (acc. or comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c. (lipsu-tā f. 'desire of gaining')
≫ lipsya
lipsya mfn. to be wished to be obtained, desirable to be acquired Vop.
≫ līpsitavya
līpsitavya mfn. worthy to be acquired, desirable AitBr.
lam (= √ram
• not in Dhātup.
• only pf. lalāma), to delight in, sport, enjoy sexually Hariv.
≫ lamaka
lamaka m. a lover, gallant W.
• = tīrtha-śodhaka Uṇ. ii, 33 Sch.
• N. of a man
• pl. his descendants, g. upakâdi
lamna m. pl. N. of a partic. tribe Rājat.
lampaka m. pl. N. of a Jaina sect W.
lampaṭa mf(ā)n. covetous, greedy, lustful, desirous of or addicted to (loc. or comp.) Inscr. Kāv. Pur.
• m. a libertine, lecher, dissolute person, w
• (ā), f. a partic. personification L.
⋙ lampaṭatā
○tā f
⋙ lampaṭatva
○tva n. greediness, dissoluteness, lewdness
≫ lampāka
lampāka mfn. = lampaṭa Nalac.
• pl. N. of a people and country (= muraṇḍa
• accord. to some the district of Lamghan in Cabul) MBh. MārkP.
• (ī), f. a woman from the country of the Lampākas Bālar.
• (prob. n.) N. of wk. on accents (svara-śāstra) by Padma-nābha
lampā f. the black banana L.
• N. of a town and of a kingdom Kathās. Buddh.
⋙ lampāpaṭaha
○paṭaha m. a kind of drum L. (cf. lambā-p○)
lampha m. a leap, spring, jump L. (cf. jhampa)
≫ lamphana
lamphana ul- and pra-l○
lamb 1
lamb (cf. √1. ramb), cl. 1. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. x, 15) lámbate (m. c. also ○ti
• pf. lalambe MBh. &c
• aor. alambiṣṭa Gr
• fut. lambitā ib.
lambiṣyati MBh.
• inf. lambitum ib.
• ind. p. -lambya ib.), to hang down, depend, dangle, hang from or on (loc.) Suparṇ. MBh. &c
• to sink, go down, decline, fall, set (as the sun) MBh. Kāv. &c
• to be fastened or attached to, cling to, hold or rest on (loc.) ib.
• to fall or stay behind, be retarded Sūryas.
• to tag, loiter, delay, tarry MBh.: Caus. lambayati (aor. alalambat), to cause to hang down or depend, let down Kathās.
• to hang up, suspend ib.
• to cause to be attached or joined MW.
• to stretch out, extend (the hand) for (dat.) Ragh.
• (prob.) to depress, discourage MBh. i, 1445 (C. laṅghayitvā for lambayitvā): Desid. lilambiṣate, to be about to sink or decline Hcar., vḷ. [Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. [897, 1] labi, labare, labes ; Germ. lappa, ḻappen ; Eng. lap, limp.]
≫ lamba
lamba mf(ā)n. hanging down, pendent, dangling, hanging by or down to (comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• long, large, spacious ( comp.)
• m. (in geom.) a perpendicular Col.
• (in astron.) complement of latitude, co-latitude, the arc between the pole of any place and the zenith Sūryas.
• N. of a partic. throw or move (at a kind of chess or backgammon or draughts) L. [Page 897, Column 2]
• a present, bribe L. (prob. wṛ. for lañcā)
• = nartaka, aṅga, or kānta L.
• N. of a Muni Cat.
• of a Daitya Hariv.
• (ā), f. s.v
• (ī), f. a kind of food prepared from grain Madanav.
• a flowering branch Harav.
⋙ lambakarṇa
○karṇa mf(ā or ī)n. having pendulous ears, long-eared MBh. R.
• m. a he-goat, goat L.
• an elephant L.
• a hawk, falcon L.
• a Rākshasa L.
• Alangium Hexapetalum L.
• N. of one of Śiva's attendants L.
• of an ass Pañcat.
• of a hare ib.
⋙ lambakeśa
○keśa mfn. having hanging or flowing hair Gṛihyās.
⋙ lambakeśaka
○keśaka m. 'long-haired', N. of a Muni Cat.
⋙ lambaguṇa
○guṇa m. (in astron.) the sine of the co-latitude Gol.
⋙ lambajaṭhara
○jaṭhara mfn. big-bellied MBh.
⋙ lambajihva
○jihva mfn. letting the tongue hang out
• m. N. of a Rākshasa Kathās.
⋙ lambajyakā
○jyakā or f. (in astron.) the sine of the co-latitude Sūryas.
⋙ lambajyā
○jyā f. (in astron.) the sine of the co-latitude Sūryas.
⋙ lambadantā
○dantā f. a kind of pepper L.
⋙ lambapayodharā
○payo-dharā f. a woman with large or pendent breasts MBh.
• N. of one of the Mātṛis attending upon Skanda ib.
⋙ lambabījā
○bījā f. a kind of pepper L.
⋙ lambamāla
○māla mfn. (prob.) wṛ. for lambamāna Hariv.
⋙ lambarekhā
○rekhā f. (in astron.) the complement of latitude, co-latṭlatitude Gol.
⋙ lambastanī
○stanī f. a woman with flaccid breasts Suśr.
⋙ lambasphic
○sphic mfn. having large or protuberant buttocks MBh.
⋙ lambākṣa
lambâkṣa m. 'long-eyed', N. of a Muni Cat.
⋙ lambālaka
lambâlaka mfn. having pendulous curls Daś.
-tva n. pendulosity of curls MW.
⋙ lambodara
lambôdara mf(ī)n. having a large or protuberant belly, potbellied (-tā f.) MBh. Kād. Kathās.
• voracious L.
• m. N. of Ganêśa Pañcar. Kathās.
• of a king Pur.
• of a Muni Cat.
• (ī), f. N. of a female demon Suśr.
• of a river Cat.
○ra-prahasana n. ○rīnadī-māhātmya n. N. of wks
⋙ lamboṣṭha
lambóṣṭha (cf. Śiksh.) or (cf. L.), mfn. having a large or prominent under-lip
⋙ lambauṣṭha
lamḍbâuṣṭha (L.), mfn. having a large or prominent under-lip
• m. a camel L.
≫ lambaka
lambaka m. (in geom.) a perpendicular Āryabh.
• (in astron.) the complement of latitude, co-latitude Gol.
• a partic. implement or vessel L.
• N. of the 15th astrological Yoga L.
• N. of the larger sections or books in the Kathā-sarit-sāgara (there are 18 Lambakas containing 124 Taramgas or chapters)
• wṛ. for lambhaka Kathās. lxi, 24
• (ikā), f. the uvula or soft palate (cf. lambikā-kokilā)
≫ lambana
lambana mfn. hanging down or causing to hang down (said of Śiva) MBh.
• m. a camp-follower, soldier's boy Hcar.
• phlegm, the phlegmatic humour L.
• N. of a son of Jyotish-mat VP.
• n. hanging down, depending, falling W.
• a partic. mode of fighting Hariv.
• the moon's parallax in longitude, the interval of the lines between the earth's centre and surface Sūryas. Gol.
• a fringe L.
• a long necklace (depending from the neck to the navel) L.
• N. of a Varsha in Kuśa-dviipa MārkP.
⋙ lambanavidhi
○vidhi m. (in astron.) the rule for calculating the moon's parallax in longitude
≫ lambara
lambara m. a kind of drum BṛĀrUp.
≫ lambā
lambā f. of lamba, q.v
• a kind of bitter gourd or cucumber Suśr.
• a present, bribe L. (perhaps wṛ. for lañcā)
• N. of Durgā and Gaurī Hariv.
• of Lakshmī L.
• of one of the Mātṛis attending upon Skanda MBh.
• of a daughter of Daksha and wife of Dharma (or Manu) Hariv. Pur.
• of a Rākshasī Buddh.
⋙ lambāpaṭaha
○paṭaha m. a kind of drum Hcar.
⋙ lambāviśvavayasau
○viśvavayasau m. du., wṛ. for bambā-v○ g. vanas-paty-ādi
≫ lambika
lambika m. the Indian cuckoo Kāraṇḍ.
≫ lambikākokilā
lambikā-kokilā f. N. of a goddess Cat.
≫ lambita
lambita mfn. hanging down, pendent MBh.
• hanging by (instr.) ib.
• sunk, gone down, glided down, fallen off MBh. Kāv. &c
• (ifc.) clinging or adhering to, supported or resting on R. Ragh.
• = vi-lambita, slow (of time in music) L.
≫ lambin
lambin mfn. hanging down, pendent, hanging by or down to (comp.) Kālid.
• (inī), f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
≫ lambuka
lambuka m. N. of the 15th astrological Yoga Col. (cf. lambaka)
• N. of a serpent-demon Buddh.
≫ lambuṣā
lambuṣā f. a necklace of seven strings L.
lamb 2
lamb (cf. √2. ramb), cl. 1. Ā. lambate, to sound Dhātup. x, 15
lambh (cf. √2. rambh), cl. 1. Ā. lambhate, to sound Dhātup. x, 24 (cf. Vop.)
lambha ○bhaka, ○bhana &c. p. 896, col. 3
lay (cf. √ray), cl. 1. Ā. layate, to go Dhātup. xiv, 10 (cf. Vop.)
laya layana &c. p. 903, col. 2. [Page 897, Column 3]
lard cl. 10. P. lardayati, to load Divyâv. (cf. Hindī lāḍ)
larb cl. 1. P. larbati, to go Dhātup. xi, 37
lal (cf. √laḍ), cl. 1. P. (Dhātup. lalati (m. c. also ○te), to play, sport, dally, frolic, behave loosely or freely MBh. Kāv. &c
• to loll or wag the tongue ( below): Caus. lālayati, ○te (Pass. lālyate), to cause to sport or dally, caress, fondle, foster, cherish ib.
• to wave, flourish Hariv.
• to favour Sāh.
• (Ā.) to desire Dhātup. (cf. under √laḍ)
≫ lala
lala mfn. sporting, playful W.
• lolling, wagging ib.
• wishing, desirous ib.
• m. a partic. fragrant substance Gal.
• n. a shoot, sprout L.
• a garden L.
≫ lalajjihva
lalaj-jihva mf(ā)n. (fr. pr. p. lalat + j○) lolling the tongue, moving the tongue to and fro Kathās. Hcat.
• fierce, savage L.
• m. a camel L.
• a dog L.
≫ laladambu
lalad-ambu m. (fr. pr. p. lalat + a○) the citron tree L.
≫ lalana
lalana mfn. sporting, playing, coruscating (as light or colour) BhP.
• m. Vatica Robusta L.
• Buchanania Latifolia L.
• (ā), f. below
• n. play, sport, dalliance L.
• the lolling or moving the tongue to and fro MārkP.
⋙ lalanākṣa
lalanâkṣa m. 'having quivering eyes', a kind of animal L.
≫ lalanā
lalanā f. a wanton woman, any woman, wife MBh. Kāv. &c
• the tongue L.
• N. of various metres Col.
• of a mythical being. R. (vḷ. analā)
⋙ lalanāpriya
○priya mfn. dear to women L.
• m. Nauclea Cadamba L.
• a kind of Andropogon L.
⋙ lalanāvarūthin
○varūthin mfn. surrounded by a troop of women BhP.
≫ lalanikā
lalanikā f. (dimin. fr. lalanā) a little woman, miserable woman Kāvyâd.
≫ lalantikā
lalantikā f. (fr. lalantī f. of pr. p. lalat) a long pendulous necklace L.
• a lizard, chameleon W.
≫ lalalla
lalalla (onomat.) indistinct or lisping utterance Kathās.
≫ lalita
lalita mfn. sported, played, playing, wanton, amorous, voluptuous Kāv. Kathās. Rājat.
• artless, innocent, soft, gentle, charming, lovely (am ind.) ib. &c
• wished for, desired MBh. Mṛicch. BhP.
• quivering, tremulous Bālar.
• m. a partic. position of the hands in dancing Cat.
• (in music) a partic. Rāga Sāh.
• (ā), f. a wanton woman, any woman W.
• musk L.
• N. of various metres Col.
• (in music) a partic. Mūrchanā Saṃgīt.
• a partic. Rāga ib.
• N. of a gram. wk
• N. of a Durgā or a partic. form of her Hcat. Cat.
• of a Gopī (identified with Durgā and Rādhikā) PadmaP.
• of the wife of a Śatâyudha Hpariś.
• of a river KālP.
• n. sport, dalliance, artlessness, grace, charm R. Kpr.
• languid gestures in a woman (expressive of amorous feelings, 'lolling, languishing' &c.) Daśar. Sāh.
• N. of 2 metres Piṅg. Sch.
• of a town Rājat. (cf. -pura)
• a kind of necklace (?) L.
⋙ lalitacaitya
○caitya m. N. of a Caitya W.
⋙ lalitatāla
○tāla m. a partic. time (in music) Cat.
⋙ lalitatribhaṅga
○tri-bhaṅga m. N. of wk
⋙ lalitapada
○pada mf(ā)n. consisting of amorous or graceful words, elegantly composed VarBṛS.
• n. a kind of metre VarBṛS.
-bandhana n. an amorous composition in verse, a metrical composition treating of love MW.
⋙ lalitapura
○pura n. N. of a town W.
⋙ lalitapurāṇa
○purāṇa n. = -vistara-purāṇa
⋙ lalitaprahāra
○prahāra m. a soft or gentle blow MW.
⋙ lalitapriya
○priya m. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
⋙ lalitamādhava
○mādhava n
⋙ lalitaratnamalā
○ratna-malā f. N. of dramas
⋙ lalitalalita
○lalita mfn. excessively beautiful Uttarar. Pañcar.
⋙ lalitalocana
○locana mf(ā)n. beautiful-eyed MBh. Rājat.
• (ā), f. N. of a daughter of the Vidyā-dhara Vama-datta Kathās.
⋙ lalitavanitā
○vanitā f. a lovely woman MW.
⋙ lalitavistara
○vistara m. or N. of a Sūtra wk. giving a detailed account of the artless and natural acts in the life of the Buddha
⋙ lalitavistarapurāṇa
○vistaḍra-purāṇa n. N. of a Sūtra wk. giving a detailed account of the artless and natural acts in the life of the Buddha
⋙ lalitavyūha
○vyūha m. (with Buddh.) a partic. kind of Samādhi or meditation Lalit.
• N. of a Deva-putra ib.
• of a Bodhisattva ib.
⋙ lalitasvacchanda
○sva-cchanda m. N. of wk
⋙ lalitāṅga
lalitâṅga m. N. of a man HPariś.
• (ī), f. a beautiful woman Vcar.
-narêśvara-carita n. N. of wk
⋙ lalitāditya
lalitâditya m. N. of a king of Kaśmīra Rājat.
-pura n. N. of a town founded by him ib.
⋙ lalitānurāga
lalitânurāga m. N. of a poet Subh.
⋙ lalitāpīḍa
lalitâpīḍa m. N. of a king Rājat.
⋙ lalitābhinaya
lalitâbhinaya m. erotic performance, representation of love scenes Bhar.
⋙ lalitārtha
lalitârtha mfn. having an amorous meaning
-bandha mfn. composed in words of love or in words having an amorous meaning Vikr.
≫ lalitaka
lalitaka n. N. of a Tīrtha MBh. (vḷ. lalitika)
≫ lalitā
lalitā f. ( lalita) in comp. [Page 898, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ lalitākramadīpikā
○krama-dīpikā f
⋙ lalitākhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa n
⋙ lalitāgadyanirūpaṇa
○gadya-nirūpaṇa n
⋙ lalitātantra
○tantra n. N. of wks
⋙ lalitātṛtīyā
○tṛtīyā f. N. of a partic. third day
-vrata n. a partic. religious ceremony Cat.
⋙ lalitātriśatī
○tri-śatī f. N. of wk
⋙ lalitādikīrti
○"ṣdikīrti (○tâd○), m. N. of a man Bhadrab.
⋙ lalitādipūjāvidhi
○"ṣdi-pūjā-vidhi (○tâd○), m. N. of wk
⋙ lalitāpañcamī
○pañcamī f. the 5th day of the moon's increase in the month Āśvina (when the goddess Lalitā or Pārvatī is worshipped) MW.
⋙ lalitāpañcaśatī
○pañca-śatī f
⋙ lalitāpañcāṅga
○pañcâṅga n
⋙ lalitāpaddhati
○paddhati f
⋙ lalitāpūjākhaṇḍa
○pūjā-khaṇḍa n
⋙ lalitājāvidhāna
○jā-vidhāna n
⋙ lalitābhaṭṭabhāskara
○bhaṭṭa-bhāskara m
⋙ lalitābhāṣya
○bhāṣya n
⋙ lalitāmādhava
○mādhava n. (= lalita-m○),
⋙ lalitāmāhātmya
○māhātmya n
⋙ lalitārahasya
○rahasya n
⋙ lalitārcanacandrikā
○"ṣrcana-candrikā (○târ○), f
⋙ lalitārcanacanadīpikā
○"ṣrcana-caḍna-dīpikā f
⋙ lalitārcanacanavidhi
○"ṣrcana-caḍna-vidhi m
⋙ lalitāryādviśatī
○"ṣryā-dvi-śatī (○târ○), f. N. of wks
⋙ lalitāvrata
○vrata n. a partic. religious observance Cat.
⋙ lalitāṣaṣṭhī
○ṣaṣṭhī f. a partic. sixth day
-vrata n. a partic. relṭreligious obsṭobservance Cat.
⋙ lalitāṣṭottaraśatanāman
○"ṣṣṭôttara-śata-nāman (○tâṣ○) n. pl.,
⋙ lalitāsaparyāpaddhati
○saparyā-paddhati f. N. of wks
⋙ lalitāsaptamī
○saptamī f. N. of the 7th day in the light half of the month Bhādra L.
⋙ lalitāsahasra
○sahasra n
⋙ lalitāsahasranāman
○sahaḍsra-nāman n. pl.,
⋙ lalitāsahasranāmabhāṣya
○sahasra-nāma-bhāṣya n
⋙ lalitāsiddhānta
○siddhânta m
⋙ lalitāstavaratna
○stavaratna n
⋙ lalitāhṛdaya
○hṛdaya n. N. of wks
⋙ lalitopākhyāna
lalitôpâkhyāna n. N. of wk. and of chs. of Purāṇas
≫ lalitoka
lalitoka m. N. of a poet Cat.
≫ lalittha
lalittha m. pl. N. of a people (sg. a prince of this people) MBh.
≫ lalītikā
lalītikā f. N. of a place of pilgrimage MBh.
≫ lāla
lāla m. the son of a Maitreya and a Brāhmaṇī L.
• N. of an astronomer in Kānyakubja Cat.
• (with paṇḍita and vihārin) of two other authors ib.
• (ā), f. below
• n. (only L.) persuasion
• a secret matter
• the wife of another
⋙ lālacandra
○candra m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ lālabhāratakāvya
○bhārata-kāvya n. N. of a poem
⋙ lālamaṇi
○maṇi m. N. of various authors (also with tri-pāṭhin and bhaṭṭâcārya) Cat.
⋙ lālamatī
○matī f. N. of a princess Inscr.
⋙ lālamiśra
○miśra m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ lālavat
○vat mfn. (for lālā-vat) causing saliva to flow Suśr.
⋙ lālasiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of an astronomer Col. (cf. lalla)
≫ lālaka
lālaka mf(ikā)n. (fr. Caus.) fondling, caressing Nalôd.
• m. a king's jester VarBṛS. Sch.
• also (n. and ikā), f. an infant's attempts at speaking L.
• (ikā), f. a rope round the nostrils of a horse L.
• a jesting or evasive reply, equivoque W.
≫ lālana
lālana mfn. caressing, fondling, coaxing L.
• m. a partic. venomous animal resembling a mouse Suśr.
• resin L.
• n. the act of caressing, fondling, coaxing, indulging Kāv. BhP. Rājat.
≫ lālanīya
lālanīya mfn. to be caressed or fondled or indulged Hariv. R. Kathās.
≫ lālayitavya
lālayitavya mfn. id. MBh. Hariv.
≫ lālā
lālā f. saliva, spittle, slobber Kāv. Var. Suśr. &c
• a species of myrobolan L.
⋙ lālāklinna
○klinna mfn. wet with saliva Bhartṛ.
⋙ lālāpāna
○pāna n. drinking saliva, sucking the thumb Subh.
⋙ lālāpūrṇārṇava
○pūrṇârṇava m. a sea full of sṭsea BhP.
⋙ lālābhakṣa
○bhakṣa m. 'having sea for food', N. of a partic. hell (assigned to those who eat their meals without offering portions of food to the gods, deceased ancestors, and guests) Pur.
⋙ lālāmeha
○meha m. passing mucous urine ŚārṅgS.
⋙ lālāviṣa
○viṣa mfn. having poisonous saliva (said of venomous insects) L.
⋙ lālāsrava
○srava m. 'distilling saliva', a spider L.
⋙ lālāsrāva
○srāva m. id. L.
• flow of saliva Suśr.
⋙ lālāsrāvin
○srāḍvin mfn. causing a flow of saliva ib.
≫ lālāya
lālāya Nom . Ā. ○yate, to let saliva fall from the mouth, slobber, drivel Bhartṛ.
≫ lālāyita
lālāyita mfn. emitting saliva, slobbering, drivelling L.
≫ lālālu
lālālu id. Car.
≫ lālika
lālika m. a buffalo (cf. lāvikā) L.
• (ā), f. under lālaka
≫ lālita
lālita mfn. (fr. Caus.) caressed, fondled, coaxed, indulged, cherished MBh. Kāv. &c
• n. pleasure, joy, love MW.
≫ lālitaka
lālitaka m. a favourite, pet Rājat. (perhaps in some places a proper N. )
≫ lālitya
lālitya n. (fr. lalita) grace, beauty, charm, amorous or langoid gestures Inscr. Sāh. Hcat.
≫ lālin
lālin mfn. caressing, fondling, coaxing Śiś.
• m. a seducer W.
• (inī), f. a wanton woman ib.
≫ lālīla
lālīlá m. N. of Agni TĀr.
≫ lālya
lālya mfn. = lālanīya Hit.
lalāṭa n. (later form of rārāta, q.v.) the forehead, brow AV. &c. &c. (e ind. on the forehead, in front
• the destiny of every individual is believed by the Hindūs to be written by Brahmā on his forehead on the 6th day after birth, RTL. 370)
⋙ lalāṭataṭa
○taṭa m. the slope or surface of the forehead Rājat.
⋙ lalāṭadeśa
○deśa m. the region of the fṭforehead Pañcat.
⋙ lalāṭaṃtapa
○ṃ-tapa mfn. scorching the fṭforehead (as the sun) Kālid. Hcar. [Page 898, Column 2]
⋙ lalāṭapaṭṭa
○paṭṭa or m. (cf. Kād.),
⋙ lalāṭapaṭṭaka
○paṭṭaka m. (cf. Kād.),
⋙ lalāṭapaṭṭikā
○paṭṭikā f. (cf. Pārśvan.) the flat surface of the forehead
• a tiara, fillet W.
⋙ lalāṭapura
○pura n. N. of a town Pāṇ. 5-4, 74 Sch.
⋙ lalāṭaphalaka
○phalaka n. the flat surface of the forehead MārkP.
⋙ lalāṭarekhā
○rekhā f. (only W.) a line on the forehead supposed to indicate long life
• a wrinkled or corrugated brow
• a coloured sectarial mark on the forehead
⋙ lalāṭalikhita
○likhita mfn. written (by Brahmā) on the forehead ( above) Bhartṛ.
⋙ lalāṭalekhā
○lekhā f. the lines written on the forehead Mahān.
• a line-like or very narrow forehead Śiś.
⋙ lalāṭākṣa
lalāṭâkṣa mf(ī)n. having an eye in the forehead MBh.
• m. N. of Śiva ib.
≫ lalāṭaka
lalāṭaka n. the forehead, brow AgP.
• a beautiful forehead L.
• (ikā), f. an ornament worn on the forehead L. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-3, 65 Sch.)
• a mark made with sandal or ashes on the forehead Kād.
≫ lalāṭika
lalāṭika mfn. being in front ĀpŚr.
• (ā), f. prec
≫ lalāṭikāya
lalāṭikāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to represent or be like a mark on the forehead Cat.
≫ lalāṭūla
lalāṭūla mfn. having a high or handsome forebead, g. siḍhmâdi
≫ lalāṭya
lalāṭya mfn. (cf. rarātya) belonging to the forehead, frontal Pāṇ. 4-3, 55 Sch.
• suitable for the forehead ib. v, 1, 6 Sch.
lalā́ma mf(ī)n. having a mark or spot on the forehead, marked with paint &c. (as cattle) AV. TS.
• having any mark or sign MBh.
• beautiful, charming L.
• eminent, best of its kind (f. ā) L.
• m. n. ornament, decoration, embellishment MBh. Kāv. &c
• (ī), f. N. of a female demon AV.
• a kind of ornament for the ears L.
• n. (only L.) a coloured mark on the forehead of a horse or bull
• a sectarial mark
• any mark or sign or token
• a line, row
• a flag, banner
• a tail
• a horse
• = prabhāva
⋙ lalāmagu
○gu (lalā́ma-), m. a facetious term for the penis VS.
⋙ lalāmavat
○vat mfn. having a mark or spot or ornament L.
≫ lalāmaka
lalāmaka n. a chaplet or wreath of flowers worn on the forehead L.
⋙ lalāmakarūpaka
○rūpaka n. (in rhet.) a flowery metaphor
≫ lalāman
lalāman n. an ornament, decoration Vcar.
• (only L.) a sectarial mark
• any mark or sign
• a banner, flag
• a tail
• a horn
• a horse
• chief or principal
• a species of stanza (having 10 syllables in the first two P˘adas, 11 in the third, and 13 in the fourth)
• = ramya or sukha
lalita &c. p. 897, col. 3
lalyāna m. or n. (?) N. of a place Rājat.
lalla m. N. of an astronomer Gol.
• of a writer on law Cat.
• of a minister Rājat.
• (ā), f. N. of a courtezan ib.
⋙ lallavārāhasuta
○vārāha-suta m. N. of an astronomer Cat.
≫ lallādīkṣita
lallā-dīkṣita m. N. of a modern commentator on the Mṛicchakaṭikā
lallara mf(ā)n. (onomat.) stammering L.
lalliya m. N. of a man Rājat.
lallujī-lāla m. N. of an author Cat.
láva m. (√1. ) the act of cutting, reaping (of corn), mowing, plucking or gathering (of flowers &c.), Das. Nalôd.
• that which is cut or shorn off, a shorn fleece, wool, hair Mn. Ragh.
• anything cut off, a section, fragment, piece, particle, bit, little piece (am ind. a little
lavam api, even a little)
MBh. Kāv. &c. (cf. padāti-l○)
• a minute division of time, the 60th of a twinkling, half a second, a moment (accord. to others 1/4000 or 1/5400 or 1/20250 of a Muhūrta) ib.
• (in astron.) a degree Gol.
• (in alg.) the numerator of a fraction Col.
• the space of 2 Kāshṭhās L.
• loss, destruction L.
• sport L. (cf. lala)
• Perdix Chinensis W.
• N. of a son of Rāmacandra and Sītā (he and his twin-brother Kuśa were brought up by the sage Vālmīki and taught by him to repeat his Rāmāyaṇa at assemblies
• cf. kuśī-lava) R. Ragh. Uttarar. Pur.
• of a king of Kaśmīra (father of Kuśa) Rājat.
• n. (only L.) nutmeg
• cloves
• the √of Andropogon Muricatus
• a little (cf. m.)
⋙ lavarāja
○rāja m. N. of a Brāhman Rājat.
⋙ lavavat
○vat mfn. lasting only for a moment, Śāntiś
⋙ lavaśas
○śas ind. in small pieces, bit by bit Mn. MBh.
• in minute divisions or instants, after some moments MBh.
⋙ lavāpavāha
lavâpavāha m. (in alg.) subtraction of fractions Līl.
⋙ lavepsu
lavêpsu mfn. wishing to cut or reap. [Page 898, Column 3]
⋙ lavaka
lavaka mfn. reaping, a reaper Pāṇ. 3-1, 14
• N. of a partic. substance ( sa-l○)
≫ lavaṃga
lavaṃga m. (cf. Uṇ. i, 119) the clove tree
• n. cloves Kāv. Var. Kathās.
• (ī), f. N. of an Apsaras Bālar.
• of another woman Nalac.
⋙ lavaṃgakalikā
○kalikā f. cloves L.
⋙ lavaṃgapuṣpa
○puṣpa n. the flower of the clove tree Ragh.
⋙ lavaṃgalatā
○latā f. Limonia Scandens L.
≫ lavaṃgaka
lavaṃgaka n. cloves L.
• (ikā), f. N. of a woman Vās., Introd
≫ lavana
lavana mfn. one who cuts &c., a cutter, reaper, g. nandy-ādi
• (ī), f. Anona Reticulata L.
• n. the act of cutting, reaping, mowing &c. KātyŚr.
• an implement for cutting, sickle, knife &c. Kauś. ( darbha-l○)
⋙ lavanakartṛ
○kartṛ m. a mower, reaper Kull. on Mn. vii, 110
⋙ lavanakalāyī
⋙ lavanasādhikā
○sādhikā lavaṇa-k○, lavaṇa-s○
≫ lavanīya
lavanīya mfn. to be cut or reaped or mown Bhaṭṭ. Sch.
≫ lavanya
lavanya m. N. of a partic. tribe of men Rājat.
≫ lavaya
lavaya Nom. P. ○yati = lavam ācaṣṭe Pāṇ. 1-1, 58 Vārtt. 2 Pat.
≫ lavāka
lavāka m. (prob. wṛ. for next) an implement for cutting, sickle, reaping-hook L.
• the act of cutting L.
≫ lavānaka
lavānaka m. an implement for cutting, sickle reaping-hook &c. Uṇ. iii, 83 Sch.
≫ lavi
lavi mfn. cutting, sharp, edged (as a tool or instrument) W.
• m. an iron instrument for cutting or clearing Uṇ. iv, 138
≫ lavitavya
lavitavya mfn. to be cut (-tva n.) Nyāyam. Sch.
≫ lavitra
lavitra n. = lavānaka above Pāṇ. 3-2, 184
≫ lavya
lavya mfn. to be cut or mown or hewn down Bhaṭṭ. (cf. eka- and duḥkha-l○)
lavaṭa m. N. of a man Rājat.
lavaṇá mf(ā)n. (derivation doubtful) saline, salt, briny, brinish ŚBr. &c. &c. (○ṇaṃ kṛtvā, or kṛtya g. sākṣâdi)
• tasteful, graceful, handsome, beautiful W.
• m. saltness, saline taste W.
• the sea of salt water (in MBh. vi, 236 &c. one of the seven oceans which surround the Dviipas in concentric belts) IW. 420
• N. of a hell VP. (vḷ. savana)
• of a Rākshasa or Daitya MBh. Hariv. Pur.
• of a king belonging to the family of Hariścandra Cat.
• of a son of Rāma (= lava, q.v.) Śatr.
• of a river L.
• = bala and asthi-deva L.
• (ā), f. lustre, grace, beauty L. (cf. lāvaṇya)
• Cardiospermum Halicacabum L.
• N. of a river Mālatīm.
• (ī), f. (g. gaurâdi) N. of various rivers L.
• n. (according to some also m. and ā f.) salt (esp. seasalt, rock or fossil salt
• but also factitious salt or salt obtained from saline earth) AV. &c. &c
• oversalted food L.
• lustre, beauty, charm, grace (ifc.,, nir-l○ and lava-ṇâkara)
• a partic. mode of fighting (prob. wṛ. for lambana) Hariv.
⋙ lavaṇakaṭuka
○kaṭuka mfn. saline and acrid Suśr.
⋙ lavaṇakalāyī
○kalāyī (prob. wṛ. for lavana-kalāpī), f. (perhaps) a trough Hcar. (vḷ. sādhikā)
⋙ lavaṇakaṣāya
○kaṣāya mfn. saline and astringent Suśr.
⋙ lavaṇakiṃśukā
○kiṃśukā f. Cardiospermum Halicacabum L.
⋙ lavaṇakrītaka
○krītaka m. a Cākrika (q.v.) who sells salt L.
⋙ lavaṇakṣāra
○kṣāra m. a kind of salt L.
• a partic. preparation made of sugar-cane juice L.
⋙ lavaṇakhāni
○khāni f. a salt-mine L.
• the district of Sambher in Ajmere celebrated for its fossil salt W.
⋙ lavaṇajala
○jala mfn. having salt water MBh.
• m. the sea, ocean ib.
-dhi (cf. BhP.) or -nidhi (cf. R.), m. 'receptacle of sea water', sea, ocean
○lôdbhava m. 'sea-born', a muscle, shell MBh.
⋙ lavaṇatā
○tā f. saltness, brinishness Suśr.
⋙ lavaṇatikta
○tikta mfn. saline and bitter ib.
⋙ lavaṇatṛṇa
○tṛṇa n. a kind of grass L.
⋙ lavaṇatoya
○toya mfn. having salt water
• m. the sea, ocean R.
⋙ lavaṇatva
○tva saltness MBh.
⋙ lavaṇadānaratna
○dāna-ratna n. N. of sev. wks
⋙ lavaṇadhenu
○dhenu f. an offering of salt, a cow symbolically represented with salt Cat.
⋙ lavaṇaparvata
○parvata m. a mountain symbṭsymbolically reprṭrepresented with salt Cat.
⋙ lavaṇapāṭalikā
○pāṭalikā f. a salt-bag Buddh.
⋙ lavaṇapura
○pura n. N. of a town Cat.
⋙ lavaṇapragāḍha
○pragāḍha mfn. strongly impregnated with salt Suśr.
⋙ lavaṇamada
○mada m. a kind of salt L.
⋙ lavaṇamantra
○mantra m. a prayer accompanied with an offering of salt Cat.
⋙ lavaṇameha
○meha m. a kind of urinary disease (discharging saline urine) L.
○hin mfn. suffering from it Suśr.
⋙ lavaṇalāyikā
○lāyikā f. an instrument by which salt is given to a horse L.
⋙ lavaṇavāri
○vāri mfn. having salt water
• m. sea, ocean ŚārṅgP.
⋙ lavaṇaśrāddha
○śrāddha n. N. of wk
⋙ lavaṇasamudra
○samudra m. the salt-sea, sea, ocean Sūryapr.
⋙ lavaṇasādhikā
○sādhikā f. (prob. for lavana-s○), -kalāyī
⋙ lavaṇasindhu
○sindhu m. the salt-sea, sea, ocean Śiś. Comm.
⋙ lavaṇasthāna
○sthāna n. N. of a place Cat.
⋙ lavaṇākara
lavaṇâkara m. a salt-mine L.
• (met.) treasure of grace or beauty Daśar.
⋙ lavaṇācala
lavaṇâcala m. = lavaṇa-parvata, q.v. Cat. [Page 899, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ lavaṇānbataka
lavaṇânbataka m. 'slayer of the Rākshasa Lavaṇa', N. of Śatru-ghna Ragh. Pañcar.
⋙ lavaṇāpaṇa
lavaṇâpaṇa m. a salt market L.
⋙ lavaṇābdhi
lavaṇâbdhi m. 'receptacle of salt water', the sea, ocean MārkP.
-ja, u. 'sea-born' sea-salt L.
⋙ lavaṇāmburāśi
lavaṇâmbu-rāśi m. 'mass of salt water', the sea, ocean Kāv. I,
⋙ lavaṇāmbhas
lavaṇâmbhas n. salt water MW.
• m. 'having salt water', the sea, ocean MBh. Hariv. Kāv.
⋙ lavaṇārṇava
lavaṇârṇava (cf. R. Rājat. BhP.) or (cf. R.), m. 'sea of salt water', the ocean
⋙ lavaṇalaya
lavaṇ˘alaya (cf. R.), m. 'sea of salt wṭwater', the ocean
⋙ lavaṇaśva
lavaṇ˘aśva m. N. of a Brāhman MBh.
⋙ lavaṇāsura
lavaṇâsura m. N. of an Asura Vīrac.
-ja n. a kind of salt L.
⋙ lavaṇotkaṭa
lavaṇôtkaṭa m. n. and (ā), f. oversalted food L.
⋙ lavapottama
lavapôttama n. 'best salt', river or rock salt Suśr. Bhpr.
• nitre W.
⋙ lavaṇottha
lavaṇôttha n. a kind of salt L.
⋙ lavaṇotsa
lavaṇôtsa n. N. of a town Rājat.
⋙ lavraṇoda
lavraṇôda n. salt water, brine (comp.)
• m. 'containing salt water', the sea of salt water, ocean Sūryapr. Cat.
○dhi m. 'receptacle of salt water', the sea, ocean R. Pur.
⋙ lavaṇodaka
lavaṇôdaka n. salt water, brine L.
• mfn. having or containing salt water MBh.
• m. the sea, ocean Buddh.
≫ lavaṇaya
lavaṇaya Nom. P. ○yati, to salt, season with salt Pāṇ. 3-1, 21
≫ lavaṇasya
lavaṇasya Nom. P. ○yati, to desire salt, long for salt Pāṇ. 7-1, 51
≫ lavaṇita
lavaṇita mfn. salted, seasoned with salt Car.
≫ lavaṇiman
lavaṇiman m. saltness, g. dṛḍhâdi
• grace, beauty Prasannar.
≫ lavaṇīya
lavaṇīya Nom. P. ○yati Pāṇ. 7-1, 51 Sch.
lavana &c. p. 898, col. 3
lavali f. Averrhoa Acida Viddh.
≫ lavalī
lavalī f. id., Śis. Vās. Bhpr.
• a kind of metre Col.
• (prob.) N. of a woman ( next)
⋙ lavalīpariṇava
○pariṇava m. N. of a drama
⋙ lavalīphalapāṇḍura
○phala-pāṇḍura mfn. pale as the fruit of the Lavail tree Vikr.
laveṭikā f. corn L.
laveraṇi m. N. of a man, pl. his descendants, Samskārak. (prob. wṛ. for lāveraṇi)
lavya p. 898, col. 3
laś cl. 10. P. lāśayati, to exercise an art Dhātup. xxxvi, 55 (vḷ. for las)
laśa m. gum, resin L.
laśuna n. or (rare1y) m. (cf. Uṇ. iii, 57
• sometimes written lasuna, cf. rasuna) garlic Gaut. Mn. MBh. &c
• one of the 10 kinds of onion L.
≫ laśunīya
laśunīya mfn. garlicky W.
laṣ (cf.√las), cl.1.4.P.Ā. (Dhātup. xxi, 23
cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 70) laṣati, ○te, laṣyati, ○te (pf. lalāṣa, leṣe
• aor. [al˘ASIt], alaṣiṣṭa
• fut. laṣitā
○ṣiṣyati', ○te
• inf. laṣitum), to wish, desire, long for (acc.) MBh. Kāv. &c. (mostly with prep. abhi)
• to strive after, approach (acc.) VarBṛS. Sch.: Caus, or cl. 10. P. lāṣayati (aor. alīlaṣat), to exercise an art Dhātup. xxxiii, 55 (vḷ. for las): Desid. lilaṣiṣati Gr.: Intens. lālaṣyate, lālaṣti ib.
≫ laṣaṇa
laṣaṇa mfn. one who desires or longs for Pāṇ. 3-2, 150
≫ laṣaṇāvatī
laṣaṇā-vatī f. N. of a place Cat.
≫ laṣita
laṣita mfn. wished, desired &c. MBh.
≫ laṣva
laṣva m. a dancer, actor Uṇ. i, 153 Sch.
laṣamaṇa m. (= lakṣmaṇa) N. of a man Inscr.
≫ laṣamādevī
laṣamā-devī f. = lakṣmī-devii, N. of a princess Inscr.
las 1
las cl. 1. P, (Dhātup. xvii, 64) lasati (only p. lasat, lasamāna, and pf. lalāsa
• Gr. also aor. alasīt
• fut, lasitā, lasiṣyati), to shine, flash, glitter MBh. Kāv. &c
• to appear, come to light, arise Kathās.
• to sound, resound ib. (cf. √ras)
• to play, sport, frolic Chandom.
• to embrace Dhātup.: Caus, or cl. 10 (Dhātup. xxxiii 55), lāsayati (aor. alīlasat
• Pass. lāsyate), to dance R.
• to cause to teach to dance Vikr.
• to exercise an art (cf. √laś) Dhātup. [Cf. Lat. lascivus, lascivire.]
≫ las 2
las mfn. shining, glittering ( a-las)
≫ lasa
lasa mfn. shining, playing, moving hither and thither (cf. a-lasá)
• having the smell of bellmetal L.
• m. fever' in a camel L.
• smell of bellmetal L.
• (ā), f. saffron, turmeric L.
• n. red sandalwood L.
≫ lasaka
lasaka mfn. = lāsaka L.
• m. a kind of tree L. [Page 899, Column 2]
• (ikā), f. spittle, saliva L.
• a tendon, muscle L. (cf. lasīkā)
• n. a partic. drug L.
≫ lasadaṃśu
lasad-aṃśu mfn. (p. lasat + a○) having flashing or glancing rays (as the sun) MW.
≫ lasita
lasita mfn. played, sported &c. MBh.
≫ lasīkā
lasīkā f. watery humour in the body, lymph, serrum &c. Car. Bhpr.
• the juice of the sugar-cane L.
• a tendon, muscle L.
≫ lasta
lasta mfn. embraced, grasped W.
• skilled, skilful ib.
≫ lastaka
lastaka m. the middle of a bow (the part grasped) L.
⋙ lastakagraha
○graha m. seizing the middle of a bow L.
≫ lastakin
lastakin m. a bow L.
≫ lāsa
lāsa m. the act of jumping, sporting, dancing, Ṛit. (cf. rāsa)
• dancing as practised by women L.
• soup. broth (= yūṣa) L.
• saliva (?), in alāsa, q.v
⋙ lāsavatī
○vatī f. N. of a woman Kathās.
≫ lāsaka
lāsaka mfn. moving hither and thither, playing, gamboling L.
• m. a dancer, actor (with nartaka, among the names of Śiva) R.
• a peacock L.
• N. of a dancer Kathās.
• embracing, surrounding (veṣṭa) L.
• m. or n. a kind of weapon Kād.
• (ikā), f. a female dancer Kathās. Vcar.
• a harlot, wanton L.
• a kind of dramatic performance (= vilāsikā) Sāh.
• (akī), f. a dancing girl. L.
• n. a turret, tower, room on the top of a building (= aṭṭa) L.
≫ lāsana
lāsana n. moving hither and thither MBh.
≫ lāsika
lāsika mfn. dancing, Śis
≫ lāsin
lāsin mfn. moving to and fro, dancing MW. (cf. raṅga-lāsinī)
≫ lāsya
lāsya n. dancing, a dauce (esp. accompanied with instrumental music and singing), a dance representing the emotions of love dramatically (this was at one time a principal part of the drama, and as such accord. to Bharata and the Daśa-rūpa consisted of 10 divisions or Aṅgas, viz. geya-pada, sthita-pāṭhya, āsīna, puṣpa-gaṇḍikā, pracchedaka, tri-gūḍha or tri-mūḍhaka, saindhava, dvigūḍhaka or vimūḍhaka, uttamóttamaka, and ukta-pratyukta
• including also a style of dramatic composition in which there is abrupt transition from Sanskṛit to Prākṛit and from Prākṛit to Sanskṛit
• the term lāsya is also applied to the Nāch ṇautch dance of the Indian dancing girls, consisting chiefly of gesticulation with a shuffling movement of the feet forwards and backwards, as invented by Pārvati and opposed to the boisterous masculine dance called Tāṇḍava practised by Siva and his followers
cf. IW. 467) MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. a dancer MārkP.
• N. of a king VP.
• (ā), f. a dancing girl L.
⋙ lāsyāṅga
lāsyâṅga n. a division of the Lāsya (cf. above)
≫ lāsyaka
lāsyaka n. = lāsya, a dance L.
lasopharañja m. or u. (?) N. of a place Cat.
lasta lastaka &c. above
laspūjanī́ f. a large needle ŚBr. KātyŚr. (here ibe. ○ni),
lahakā f. g. kṣipakâdi on Pāṇ. 7-3, 45 Vārtt. 5 (6)
lahaḍa m. pl. N. of a people VarBṛS. (vḷ. laḍaha and lahara)
≫ lahara
lahara m. pl, N. of a people ( prec.)
• of a province in Kaśmīra (perhaps the Present Lahore) Rājat.
lahari or ○rī f. a large wave, billow Kāv. Kathās. &c
lahalahāya ○yate onomat., to breathe, snort Pañcad.
lahika m. dimin. fr. next Pāṇ. 5-3, 83 Vārtt. 3 Pat. (cf. kahika)
≫ lahoḍa
lahoḍa m. N. of a man ib. (cf. kahoḍa)
lahya m. N. of a man, g. sivâdi
• pl. his descendants, g. kaskâdi
lahvā f. a kind of bird Suśr. (prob. wṛ. for laṭvā)
lā 1
cl. 2. P. (Dhātup. xxiv, 50) lāti (pf. lalau Bhaṭṭ.
• aor. alāsīt ib.
• fut. lātā, lāsyati Gr
• ind. p. lātvā Śatr.), to take, receive, obtain Kāv. Sāh. HPariś.
• to undertake, begin Campak.
• to give Dhātup. [Cf. Hind, lenā.]
≫ lā 2
f. the act of taking or giving L.
≫ lāta
lāta mfn. taken, received, obtained MW.
≫ lāti
lāti f. taking, receiving (cf. deva-l○). [Page 899, Column 3]
⋙ lātvā
lātvā ind. having taken, taking (often - 'with', accompanied by) Kāv.
lākinī f. N. of a Tantra goddess Cat. (cf. ḍākinī)
lākuca mf(ī)n. (fr. lakuca) belonging or relating to the tree Arhocarpus Locucha Vāgbh.
≫ lākuci
lākuci m. patr. fr. lakuca (also pl.) Saṃskārak.
lākuṭika m. (fr. lakuṭa) 'staffbearer', a servant, attendant Pañcat. (B
• v. l. lāguḍika)
lākṣakī f. N. of a Sīta L.
lākṣaṇa mf(ī)n. (fr. lakṣaṇa) relating to or acquainted with characteristic signs or marks APrāt. Sch.
≫ lākṣaṇi
lākṣaṇi m. patr. fr. lakṣaṇa Pāṇ. 4-1, 153
≫ lākṣaṇika
lākṣaṇika mf(ī)n. knowing marks, acquainted with signs, an interpreter of marks or signs R.
• indicatory, expressing indirectly or figuratively. metaphorical, secondary, technical (-tva n.) Śaṃk. Kpr. Sarvad.
≫ lākṣaṇya
lākṣaṇya mfn. = lākṣaṇa R.
• m. patr. Pāṇ. 4-i, 152
lākṣā f. (cf. rākṣā and Uṇ. iii, 62 Sch.) a species of plant AV.
• a kind of red dye, lac (obtained from the cochineal or a similar insect as well as from the resin of a partic. tree) Mn. MBh. &c
• the insect or animal which produces the red dye MW.
⋙ lākṣāgṛha
○gṛha n. = jatu-g○ (q.v.) Veṇis.
⋙ lākṣācūrṇa
○cūrṇa n. lac-powder Suśr.
⋙ lākṣātaru
○taru m. the tree Butea Frondosa (in which the above insect is especially found) L.
⋙ lākṣātaila
○taila n. a particular medicintal oil L.
⋙ lākṣāpura
○pura n. N. of a town Virac.
⋙ lākṣāprasāda
○prasāda m
⋙ lākṣāprasādana
○prasādana n. the red Lodh tree (an astringent infusion prepared from its bark is used to fix colour in dyeing) L.
⋙ lākṣābhavana
○bhavana n. -griha BhP.
⋙ lākṣārakta
○rakta mfn. coloured or dyed with lac Kauś.
⋙ lākṣārasa
○rasa m. (prob.) = -taila Suśr.
⋙ lākṣāvāṇiya
○vāṇiya n. dealing in lac or similar articles HYog.
⋙ lākṣāvṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. Butea Frondosa L.
• Mangifera Sylvatcica L.
≫ lākṣika
lākṣika mf(ī)n. relating to or dyed with lac Bhaṭṭ.
• (fr. lakṣa) relating to a large number or to a lac MW.
lākṣeya m. patr. Saṃskārak.
lākṣma mf(ī)n. (fr. lakṣmī) addressed to Lakshmī L.
lākṣmaṇa mf(ī)n. (fr. lakṣmaṇa) relating to the plant Lakshmaṇā Vāgbh.
• a patr. fr. lakṣmaṇa Saṃskārak.
≫ lākṣmaṇi
lākṣmaṇí m. patr. fr. lakṣmaṇa Pravar.
≫ lākṣmaṇeya
lākṣmaṇeya m. patr. fr. id., g. śubhrâdi
lākṣyika mf(ī)n. = lakṣyam adhī7t veda vā Pāṇ. 4-2, 60 Vārtt.
lākh cl. 1.P. lākhati = √rākh (q.v.) Dhātup. v, 9
lāga-nṛtta n. (in music) a kind of dance Saṃgīt.
lāguḍika lākuṭika
lāgh cl. 1. Ā. lāghate = √rāgh (q.v.) Dhātup. iv, 39
lāgharakolasa m. a partic. form of jaundice Suśr.
lāghava n. (fr. laghu) swiftness, rapidity, speed MBh. R.
• alacrity, versatility, dexterity, skill MBh. Kāv. &c
• lightness (also of heart), ease, relief Mn. Yājñ. Suśr.
• levity, thoughtlessness, inconsiderateness, rashness R. Kathās.
• insignificance, unimportance, smallness R. Mālav. MārkP.
• (in prosody) shortness of a vowel or syllable (opp. to gaurava), Piṅg.
• shortness of expression, brevity, conciseness Sarvad. Kāty. Sch.
• lack of weight or consequence, derogation of dignity, slight, disrespect MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ lāghavakārin
○kārin mfn. degrading, disgraceful Pañcat.
⋙ lāghavagauravavicāra
○gaurava-vicāra m. N. of wk
⋙ lāghavānvita
lāghavânvita mfn. possessed of brevity MW.
≫ lāghavāyana
lāghavāyana m. N. of an author Cat.
≫ lāghavika
lāghavika mfn. being short or brief KātyŚr.
≫ lāghavin
lāghavin n. a juggler Siṃhâs.
lāṅkākāyani m. metron. fr. laṅkā g. vākinâdi. [Page 900, Column 1] Contents of this page
≫ lāṅkāyana
lāṅkāyana m. patr. fr. laṅka g. naḍâdi
lā́ṅgala n. (cf. √lag and laṅg) a plough RV. &c. &c
• a kind of pole used in gathering fruit from a tree R. Sch.
• a plough-shaped beam or timber (used in the construction of a house) L.
• a partic. appearance presented by the moon VarBṛS.
• the palm tree L.
• a kind of flower L.
• membrum virile L. (cf. lāṅgūla)
• (ī), f. N. of various plants
Pañcar. Suśr. (accord. to L. Jussiaea Repens
• Hemionitis Cordifolia
• Rubia Munjista
• Hedysarum Lagopodioides
• the cocoa-nut tree
• = rāsnā)
• of a rive MBh.
• m. a kind of rice Car.
• N. of a son of Śuddhoda and grandson of Śākya BhP.
• pl. N. of a school SaṃhUp.
• of a people VP. (v. l. for jāṅgala)
⋙ lāṅgalagraha
○graha m. 'plough-holder', a ploughman, peasant L.
⋙ lāṅgalagrahaṇa
○grahaṇa n. the act of holding or guiding the plough, ploughing W.
⋙ lāṅgalacakra
○cakra n. a partic. plough-shaped diagram L.
⋙ lāṅgaladaṇḍa
○daṇḍa or m. the pole or beam of a plough L.
⋙ lāṅgaladaṇḍaka
○daṇḍaka m. the pole or beam of a plough L.
⋙ lāṅgaladhvaja
○dhvaja m. 'plough-bannered', N. of Bala-rāma (q.v.) MBh.
⋙ lāṅgalapaddhati
○paddhati f. 'plṭplough-path', a furrow L.
⋙ lāṅgalaphāla
○phāla m. n. a ploughshare MW.
⋙ lāṅgalākhya
lāṅgalâkhya m. 'plough-named', Jussiaea Repens Suśr. (cf. under lāṅgala)
⋙ lāṅgalāpakarṣin
lāṅgalâpakarṣin mf(iṇī)n. drawing the plough (said of an ox) Pañcat.
⋙ lāṅgalāhvā
lāṅgalâhvā f. = ○lâhvā f. Suśr.
⋙ lāṅgalīṣā
lāṅgalī́ṣā f. (for ○lêṣā) the pole of a plough, g. śakandhv-ādi on Pāṇ. 6-1, 94 Vārtt. 4
≫ lāṅgalaka
lāṅgalaka mfn. plough-shaped (as an incision in surgery), Sulr
• (ikā or akī), f. Methonia Superba or Jussiaea Repens L.
• n. a plough (cf. pañca-l○)
⋙ lāṅgalakamārga
○mārga m. 'plough-path', a furrow Hcat. (cf. lāṅgala-paddhati)
≫ lāṅgalāyana
lāṅgalāyana m. patr. fr. lāṅgala (pl. N. of a school) AitBr.
≫ lāṅgali
lāṅgali m. patr. of a certain preceptor VP.
≫ lāṅgalika
lāṅgalika mfn. relating or belonging to a plough W.
• m. a partic. vegetable poison L.
• pl. N. of a school of the Sāma-veda, Āryav
• (ī), f. Methonia Superba L. (ikā f. under laṅgalaka)
≫ lāṅgalin
lāṅgalin mfn. furnished with or possessing a plough (cf. phāla-kuddāla-l○ and yugma-l○)
• m. N. of Bala-deva (q.v.) MBh. Hariv.
• of a preceptor Pāṇ. 6-4, 144 Vārtt. 1 Pat.
• the cocoanut tree L.
• (inī), f. Methonica Superba L.
≫ lāṅgalegṛhya
lāṅgale-gṛhya ind. (loc. of lāṅgala + gr○) seizing by the plough, g. mayūra-vyaṃsakâdi Kāś.
lāṅgula n. = lāṅgūla Pañcat. BhP.
• membrum virile L.
≫ lāṅgulikā
lāṅgulikā f. Uraria Lagopodioides L.
≫ lāṅgulinī
lāṅgulinī f. N. of a river VP. (cf. lāṅgūlinī)
≫ lāṅgulegṛhya
lāṅgule-gṛhya ind, seizing by the tail, g. mayūra-vyaṃsakâdi (cf. lāṅgale-gṛhya)
≫ lāṅgūla
lāṅgūla n. (cf. Uṇ. iv, 90 Sch.) a tail, hairy tail ŚāṅkhŚr. MBh. &c
• membrum virile L.
• (ī), f. Uraria Lagopodioides L.
⋙ lāṅgūlagṛhya
○gṛhya ind. seizing by the tail, g. mayūra-vyaṃsakâdi
⋙ lāṅgūlacālana
○cālana n. wagging or waving the tail MBh.
⋙ lāṅgūlavikṣepa
○vikṣepa m. id. Kum.
≫ lāṅgūlikā
lāṅgūlikā (L.),
⋙ lāṅgūlikī
lāṅgūliḍkī (cf. Car.), f. Hemionitis Cordifolia L.
≫ lāṅgūlin
lāṅgūlin mfn. tailed, having a tail W.
• m. a monkey L.
• a kind of bulbous plant which grows on the Hima-vat L.
• (inī), f. N. of a river MārkP. (cf. lāṅgulinī)
lāj (cf.√2. laj and lāñj), cl. 1. P. lājati, 'to fry' or 'to blame' (bharjane, or bhartsane) Dhātup. vii, 66
≫ lāja
lājá m. (or ā f.) pl. fried or parched grain (esp. rice grain) VS. &c. &c
• n. the √of Andropogon Muricatus L.
⋙ lājapeyā
○peyā f. water with parched grain, rice-gruel Car.
⋙ lājamaṇḍa
○maṇḍa m. the scum of parched grain Suśr.
⋙ lājasphoṭam
○sphoṭam ind. (with √sphuṭ) to crack asunder like parched grain Bālar.
≫ lājāya
lājāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to resemble parched grain, Balar
≫ lāji
lāji m. a quantity of parched grain VS. xxiii, 8 Mahīdh. (accord. to TBr. Sch. lāji is voc. fr. lājin = lājôpalakṣita)
≫ lājī
lājī f. N. of a place Cat.
lāñci a species of plant Dharmaś.
lāñch (cf. √lach), cl. 1. P. lāñchati (pf. lalāñcha &c.), to mark, distinguish, characterize, Dhāup.vii, 27: Caus. lāñchayati id. Hcat.
≫ lāñchana
lāñchana n. a mark, sign, token (ifc.= marked or, characterized by, furnished or provided with) Kālid. BhP.
• a mark of ignominy, stain, spot Vcar.
• a name, appellation L. [Page 900, Column 2]
⋙ lāñchanatā
○tā f. the condition of being marked or stained Subh.
≫ lāñchanāya
lāñchanāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to become a mark or sign Nalac.
≫ lāñchita
lāñchita mfn. marked, decorated, characterized by, endowed or furnished with (comp.)
Kāv. Pur. Kathās. Rājat.
lāñj cl. 1.P. lāñjati = √lāj Dhātup. vii, 67
lāṭa m. pl, (fr. rāṣṭra) N. of a people and of a district inhabited by them (= Gk. ? of Ptolemy) MBh. Var. &c
• (sg.) a king of the Lāas Kathās.
• the country of the Lāṭas Uttamac.
• m. or n. (only L.) clothes, dress
• worn-out clothes, shabby ornaments
• idle or childish language
• (in rhet.) repetition of words in the same sense but in a different application
• mf(ī)n. relating to the Lāṭas or belonging to Lāṭa Rājat. Sāh.
• old, worn, shabby (as clothes) W.
• childish ib.
⋙ lāṭajana
○jana m. an inhabitant of Lāṭa or the people of Lāṭa Sāh.
⋙ lāṭadiṇḍīra
○diṇḍīra m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ lāṭadeśa
○deśa m. the country of the Lāṭa Kathās.
⋙ lāṭanārī
○nārī f. a Lāṭa woman ib.
⋙ lāṭabhāṣā
○bhāṣā f. the language of the Lāṭas Cat.
⋙ lāṭaviṣaya
○viṣaya m.= -deśa Kathās.
⋙ lāṭācarya
lāṭâcarya m. 'teacher of the Lāṭa', N. of an astronomer VarBṛS., Introd
⋙ lāṭānuprāśa
lāṭânuprâśa m. 'Laṭa repetition', the repetition of a word in the same sense but with a different application Kāvyâd. Sāh.
⋙ lāṭānvaya
lāṭânvaya m. the offspring or family of the Lāṭas Inscr.
⋙ lāṭeśvara
lāṭêśvara m. a king of the Lāṭas Daś.
≫ lāṭaka
lāṭaka mf(ikā)n. of or belonging to the Lāṭas, customary among them
• (ikā), f. (with or scil. rīti) = lāṭī Sāh.
≫ lāṭāyana
lāṭāyana wṛ. for la-tyāyana Col.
≫ lāṭī
lāṭī f. (with or scil. rīti) a partic. style of speech or composition Sāh.
≫ lāṭīya
lāṭīya mfn. = lāṭaka Cat.
lāṭyāya Nom. P. lāṭyāyati, to live, g. kaṇḍv-ādi
lāṭyāyana m. N. of the author of a Sūtra wk. IW. 146
⋙ lāṭyāyanaśrautasūtra
○śrauta-sūtra n. the Śrauta-sūtra of Lāṭyāyana
lāḍ (cf. √laḍ), cl. 10. P. lāḍayati, to throw Dhātup. xxxv, 81 (vḷ.)
lāḍa m. N. of a man Rājat.
• of a royal race Cat.
⋙ lāḍakhāna
○khāna m. N. of a king ib.
≫ lāḍana
lāḍana m. N. of a man (also -malla) Cat.
• n. (and v. l. for) lālana, fondling, caressing, cherishing Cāṇ.
lāḍama m. N. of a man Cat.
lāḍi m. patr., g. krauḍy-adi (lāḍyā f. ib.)
lāḍika or lāḍika m. a boy, servant, slave L.
lāḍhârya wṛ. for lāṭcārya Col.
lāta lāta, under √1.
lātaka m. a kind of globe amaranth L.
lātavya m. patr. of various men Br. Vikr.
lānta m. a mystical N. for the letter va RāmatUp.
lāntaka-ja m. pl. (with Jainas) N. of a class of deities L.
lāntava m. (with Jainas) a partic. Kalpa (q.v.) Dharmaś.
lāndra g. yāvádi
≫ lāndraka
lāndraka mfn. ib.
lāpa lāpin, p. 896, col. 2
lā́pu m. or n. a partic. instrument MaitrS.
lāpya p. 896, col. 2
lāba (often written lāva), m. Perdix Chinensis R. Suśr. (also ā f.)
• a partic. gait Saṃgīt.
⋙ lābākṣa
lābâkṣa or m. 'quail-eyed', a kind of rice Suśr.
⋙ lābākṣaka
lābâkḍṣaka m. 'quail-eyed', a kind of rice Suśr.
≫ lābaka
lābaka m. Perdix Chinensis Suśr. [Page 900, Column 3]
lābu or lābū f. = alābu L.
≫ lābukī
lābukī f. a kind of lute L. (cf. alābu-viiṇā)
lābukāyana m. N. of a philosophical writer (mentioned in the Mīmāṃsā-sūtras)
lābh cl. 10. P. lābhayati, to throw, direct Dhātup. xxxv, 8 81
lābha &c. p. 897, col, 1
lāmakāyana m. patr. fr. lamaka g. naḍâdi
• N. of a teacher Nidānas.
• pl. the descendants of Lamaka, g. upakâdi
≫ lāmakāyani
lāmakāyani m. a patr. Pravar.
≫ lāmakāyanin
lāmakāyanin m. pl. the school of Lāmakāyana Cat.
≫ lāmagāyana
lāmagāyana m. = -lāmakāyana GopBr.
≫ lāmagāyani
lāmagāyani m. = lāmakāyani Cat.
lāmajjaka n. the √of Andropogon Muricatus Hcar. Suśr.
lāmpaṭya n. (fr. lampaṭa) lasciviousness, lustfulness, dissoluteness Nalac.
lāya m. (perhaps fr. √li = , to set in motion, throw) a missile, weapon RV. x, 42, 1 (accord. to Sāy. = saṃśleṣaṇa, hṛdaya-vedhin)
lāla lālaka, lālana &c. p. 898, col. 1
lālasa mf(ā)n. (fr. Intens. of √las) eagerly longing for, ardently desirous of, delighting or absorbed in, devoted or totally given up to (loc. or comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c. (-tā f.)
• m. and (ā), f. longing or ardent desire, fond attachment or devotion to (loc.) Bhartṛ. Bālar. (cf. L. also 'regret, sorrow
• asking, soliciting
• the longing of a pregnant woman
• dalliance')
• (ā), f. a kind of metre Piṅg. Sch.
≫ lālasaka
lālasaka mf(ikā)n. = lālasa, Vikr. (in Prākṛit)
≫ lālasīka
lālasīka n. sauce, gravy W.
lālāṭa mf(ī)n. (fr. lalāṭa) being in or on the forehead, relating to it &c. Prab.
• (ī), f. below
≫ lālāṭi
lālāṭi m. a patr. (also pl.) Saṃskārak.
≫ lālāṭika
lālāṭika mf(ī)n. = -lālāṭa, q.v., KaṭyŚr. Sch.
• relating to fate or destiny (supposed to be written on the forehead) W.
• useless, low, vile ib.
• m. an attentive servant (as 'one who watches his master's face or countenance') L.
• an idler (prob. as 'one who is always gazing at the countenance of others') L.
• a mode of embracing L.
≫ lālāṭī
lālāṭī f. the forehead Suśr.
lālādha m. epilepsy, the falling sickness L.
lālāmika mf(ī)n. = lalāmaṃ gṛhṇāti Pāṇ. 4-4, 40
lālika lālita &c. p. 898, col. 1
lālī f. the being possessed by a demon Gal.
lālīlá p. 898, col, 1
lālukā f. a sort of necklace W.
lāva 1
lāva lāvaka &c. p. 905, col, 2
lāva 2
lāva lāvaka wṛ. for lāba, lābaka
lāvaṇa mf(ī)n. (fr. lavaṇa) saline, salt, salted, cooked or dressed with salt Hariv. Suśr.
• m. N. of the salt sea which surrounds Jambudviipa L.
⋙ lāvaṇasaindhava
○saindhava mf(ī)n. situated on the seacoast, Śis
≫ lāvaṇika
lāvaṇika mf(ī) lāvaṇa (cf. uda- and daka-l○)
• dealing in salt Śiś.
• charming, lovely ib.
• n. a vessel holding salt, salt-cellar L.
≫ lāvaṇya
lāvaṇya n. (ifc. f. ā) saltness, the taste cr property of salt Amar.
• beauty, loveliness, charm
Inscr. Kāv. Kathās. &c
⋙ lāvaṇyakalita
○kalita mfn. endowed with beauty MW.
⋙ lāvaṇyamañjarī
○mañjarī f. N. of a woman Kathās.
⋙ lāvaṇyamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting entirely of beauty Kād.
• lovely, charming Kum.
⋙ lāvaṇyalakṣmī
○lakṣmī f. 'wealth of bṭbeauty', great beauty Kathās.
⋙ lāvaṇyalaharī
○laharī f. N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.
⋙ lāvaṇyavat
○vat mfn. -maya
• (vatī), f. N. of a Surâṇganā Siṃhâs.
• of another woman Kathās.
• of a poem by Kshemêndra
⋙ lāvaṇyaśarman
○śarman m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ lāvaṇyaśesba
○śesba mfn. having only beauty left (-tā f.) Kathās.
⋙ lāvaṇyaśrī
○śrī f. = -lakṣmī MW.
⋙ lāvaṇyārjita
lāvaṇyârjita mfn. obtained through beauty
• n. (in law) the private property of a married woman (consisting of that which has been presented to her at her marriage as a token of respect or kindness by her father or mother-in-law). [Page 901, Column 1] Contents of this page
lāvaṇaka m. or n. N. of a place Ratnâv.
≫ lāvāṇaka
lāvāṇaka m. N. of a district adjacent to Magadha Kathās. (sometimes written lāvān○)
• N. of the 3rd Lambaka of the Kathā-sarit-sāgara
lāvalī f. a species of myrobolan L.
lāvika m. = lālika, a buffalo W.
lāvu lāvū &c. lābu, p. 900, col. 3
lāveraṇi m. a patr., g. gahâdi
≫ lāveraṇīya
lāveraṇīya mfn. ib.
≫ lāveriṇī
lāveriṇī (?), m. patr. Pravar.
lāvya p. 905, col. 2
lāṣuka mfn. (√laṣ) covetous, greedy Pāṇ. 3-2, 154
lāsa lāsin, lāsya, p. 899, col. 2
lāsphoṭanī f. = āsphoṭanī, a gimlet, auger L.
lāhari-malla m. N. of a general Kshitîś.
lāhala m.= śabara-viśeṣa L.
lāhya m. patr. fr. lahya Śaṃk. (cf. g. śivâdi)
≫ lāhyāyani
lāhyāyani m. (fr. lāhya) patr. of Bhujyu ŚBr.
li m. (only L.
• perhaps connected with √) weariness, fatigue
• loss, destruction
• end, term
• equality, sameness
• a bracelet
• (in gram.) abbreviated form of, liṅga ( li-dhu)
likuca m.= lakuca, Artocarpus Lacucha Daś. Car.
• n. vinegar. L.
≫ likuci
likuci m. N. of a man Cat.
likṣā f. (also written likkā) a nit, young louse, the egg of a louse (as a measure of weight = 8 Trasa-reṇus) Mn. Yājñ. (m.c. also likṣa VarBṛS.)
≫ likṣikā
likṣikā f. = likṣā, a nit L.
≫ likhya
likhya m. and (ā), f. id. (also a measure of weight) ŚārṅgS. Bhpr. AgP.
likh (cf. the earlier form √rikh), cl. 6. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxviii, 72) likháti (rarely Ā. ○te
• pf. lilékha Br. &c
• aor. alekhīt ib.
• fut. lekhitā, lekhiṣyati Gr
likhiṣyati Hariv.
• inf. lekhitum, or likhitum Gr
• ind. p. lekhitvā ib.
likhitvā Hariv.
-líkhya Br. &c.), to scratch, scrape, furrow, tear up (the ground) AV. &c. &c
• to pick, peck (said of birds). VarBṛS. Hit.
• to scarify, lance Suśr.
• to produce by scratching &c., draw a line (with or scil. lekhām), engrave, inscribe, write, copy, trace, sketch, delineate, paint Br. &c. &c
• to make smooth, polish MārkP.
• to graze, touch MW.
• to unite sexually with a female(?) MBh. xiii, 2456 (cf. Nīlak.): Pass. likhyate (aor. alekhi), to be written Kathās. Pañcat.: Caus. lekhayati (or likhāpayati
• aor. alīlikhat), to cause to scratch or write or copy or paint ŚāṅkhŚr. Mn. &c
• to scratch, lance Suśr.
• to write, paint Yājñ.: Desid. lilikhiṣati or lilekhiṣati Pāṇ. 1-2, 26. [Cf. Gk. ? ; Lith. [901, 1] re14kti, 'to cut.']
≫ likha
likha mfn. scratching, writing
• a writer &c. Pāṇ. 3-1, 135
≫ likhana
likhana n. the act of scratching, furrowing &c. Kāv. Sāh.
• writing, inscribing MārkP. Pañcar.
• scarifying W.
• a written document ib.
≫ likhita
likhitá mfn. scratched, scraped, scarified AV. &c. &c
• written, Peñcat. Kathās. (= mentioned Inscr.)
• drawn, delineated, sketched, painted Kāv. VarBṛS.
• m. N. of a Ṛishi and author of a work on law (frequently mentioned together with Śaṅkha, q.v.). MBh. (cf. IW. 302)
• N. of Saṅkha's brother (whose hands were cut off by king Su-dyumna as a punishment for having eaten some fruit in Śaṅkha's hermitage without leave, described in MBh. xii, 668 &c.)
• n. a writing, written document, scripture, Yāj5. Sch. (cf. IW. 297)
⋙ likhitatva
○tva n. the condition of being written down Yājñ. Sch.
⋙ likhitapāṭha
○pāṭha m. the reading of written words, learning from books Sarvad.
⋙ likhitapāṭhaka
○pāṭhaka m. one who reads from manuscript Śiksh. [Page 901, Column 2]
⋙ likhitarudra
○rudra m. N. of a grammarian Cat.
⋙ likhitasmṛti
○smṛti f. N. of a law-book (cf. above)
≫ likhitavya
likhitavya mfn. to be painted Śak.
≫ likhitṛ
likhitṛ m. a painter Viddh.
≫ lekha
lekha m. (cf. rekha) a line, stroke MānGṛ.
• (also pl.) a writing, letter, manuscript, written document of any kind Hariv. Kāv. VarBṛS. &c. (cf. kūṭa-l○)
• a god, deity Śiś.
• = ābhoga L.
• N. of a man, g. śivâdi
• of a poet Cat.
• pl. N. of a class of gods under Manu Cākshusba Pur.
• (ā), f. below
⋙ lekhapañcāśikā
○pañcāśikā f. N. of wk. (containing 50 forms of letters, deeds. bonds &c., composed AḌ. 1232)
⋙ lekhapattra
○pattra n. (cf. Mālatīm.), and f. (cf. Kathās.) a written document, letter, writ, deed
⋙ lekhapattrikā
○pattrikā f. (cf. Kathās.) a written document, letter, writ, deed
⋙ lekhapratilekhalipi
○pratilekha-lipi f. a partic. kind of writing Lalit.
⋙ lekharṣabha
○rṣabha (for -ṛṣ○), m. 'best of gods', N. of Indra L.
⋙ lekhaśālā
○śālā f. a writing-school, Camp
⋙ lekhaśālika
○śālika m. a pupil in a writing-school ib.
⋙ lekhasaṃdeśahārin
○saṃdeśa-hārin mf(iṇī)n. taking or conveying a written message or instructions Kathās.
⋙ lekhasādhana
○sādhana v. l. for lekhana-s○, q.v
⋙ lekhahāra
○hāra or m. a lettercarrier, the bearer of a letter Kathās.
⋙ lekhahāraka
○hāraka m. a lettercarrier, the bearer of a letter Kathās.
⋙ lekhahārin
○hārin mf(iṇī)n. taking or conveying a letter (-tva, n.) Kull. on Mn. vii, 153
⋙ lekhākṣara
lekhâkṣara n. writing (opp. to ālekhya, painting) MW.
⋙ lekhādhikārin
lekhâdhikārin m. 'presiding over written documents', a king's secretary Rājat.
⋙ lekhābhra
lekhâbhra m. N. of a man (g. śubhrâdi), pl. his descendants, g. upakâdi
⋙ lekhābhru
lekhâbhru lekhā-bhrū under lekhā
⋙ lekhārambha
lekhârambha m. N. of a tale (= vikrama-carita, q.v.)
⋙ lekhārha
lekhârha or m. 'fit for writing', a kind of palm-tree (the leaves of which are used for writing on) L.
⋙ lekhārhya
lekhârḍhya m. 'fit for writing', a kind of palm-tree (the leaves of which are used for writing on) L.
⋙ lekheśa
lekhêśa m. = lekha-rṣabha Dhūrtan.
≫ lekhaka
lekhaka m. a writer, scribe, clerk, secretary Yājñ. MBh. &c
• one who delineates or paints MW.
• (ikā), f. a little stroke Kād.
• n. a writing, written message Subh.
• a calculation (○kaṃkṛ, to make a calculation, reckon) Mṛicch.
⋙ lekhakapramāda
○pramāda m. error in writing, mistake of a copyist MW.
⋙ lekhakamuktāmaṇi
○muktā-maṇi m. 'pearl-grm for scribes', N. of a treatise by Hari-dāsa on letter-writing and on secretarial art
≫ lekhana
lekhana mf(ī) n. scratching, scraping, scarifying, lancing Suśr.
• exciting, stimulating, attenuating ib. ŚāeṅgS. Bhpr.
• m. Saccharum Spontaneum (a sort of reed of which pens are made) W.
• (ī), f. id. L.
• an instrument for writing or painting, reed-pen, painting-brush, pen, pencil
MBh. VarBṛS. Hcat. (m.c. also ○ni)
• a spoon, ladle (cf. ghṛta-ī○)
• n. the act of scratching or scraping, lancing, scarifying Car. Suśr.
• touching, coming in contact (said of heavenly bodies) AV.Pariś
• writing down, transcribing Kathās. Pañcat.
• an instrument for scraping or furrowing Kauś.
• Betula Bhojpatra (the bark of which is used for writing) L.
• the leaf of the palm tree (used for the same purpose) W.
• making thin, attenuating, reducing corpulency ( next)
⋙ lekhanavasti
○vasti f. a kind of enema for reducing corpulency Suśr. SārṅgS.
⋙ lekhanasādhana
○sādhana n. writing materials Śak. (v. l. lekha-s○)
≫ lekhani
lekhani under lekhana above
≫ lekhanika
lekhanika m. one who makes a deputy sign a document, signing by proxy or making a mark (from inability to write) L.
• a letter-carrier, bearer of a letter L. (cf. lekhīlaka)
≫ lekhanikā
lekhanikā citra-l○
≫ lekhanīya
lekhanīya mfn. to be written or drawn or painted Yājñ. Sch.
• useful as a remedy for reducing corpulency or for scarifying Suśr. Car.
• n. (in law) an accusation or defence (required to be made in writing) W.
≫ lekhā
lékhā f. (cf. rekhd) a scratch, streak, line, stroke, stripe, furrow ŚBr. &c, &c
• the pale or faintly discernible streak of the young moon's crescent Kir. (cf. candra- and śaśâṅka-l○, the act of delineation, drawing, painting Śak. (vḷ.)
• writing, handwriting L.
• a drawing, likeness, figure, impression (cf. mṛga- and savya-pāda-l○)
• the drawing of lines with fragrant substances (on the face, arms, breast &c.) L.
• a hem, border, rim, edge, horizon Kām. VarBṛS.
• the crest (= śikhā or cūḍâgra) L.
⋙ lekhābhrū
○bhrū f. N. of a woman, g. śubhrâdi (v. l. for lekhâbhra)
-bhrum-manya mfn. passing for Lekhā-bhrū Pāṇ. 6-3, 68 Sch.
⋙ lekhāvalaya
○valaya m. n. an encircling line MW.
⋙ lekhāvidhi
○vidhi m. the act of drawing or painting, Mālatim
⋙ lekhāsaṃdhi
○saṃdhi m. the point where the eyebrows meet MantraBr. Gobh.
⋙ lekhāsthavṛtta
○stha-vṛtta mfn. conforming to prescription Car.
≫ lekhāya
lekhāya Nom. P. ○yati (fr. lekha or lekhā g. kaṇḍv-ādi), 'to be wanton' or 'to waver.' [Page 901, Column 3]
≫ lekhita
lekhita mfn. (fr. Caus.) caused to be written Mn. viii, 168
• written Yājñ. ii, 86
≫ lekhin
lekhin mfn. scratching, grazing, touching (ambara-l○. 'touching the sky') Ragh.
• (iṇī), f. a spoon, ladle ( ghṛta-l○ and cf. lekhana)
≫ lekhīlaka
lekhīlaka m. a letter-carrier L.
≫ lekhya 1
lekhya Nom. P. ○yati = lekhāya g. kaṇḍvādi
≫ lekhya 2
lekhya mfn. to be scratched or scraped or scarified Suśr.
• to be written or transcribed Yājñ. MārkP.
• to be drawn or painted Yājñ.
• to be portrayed, painted BhP.
• to be written down or numbered among (loc.) Kāvyâd.
• favourable to the gods (said of Vishṇu) Vishṇ. (cf. Sch.)
• n. the act or the art of writing, Mbh. R.
• copying, transcribing VarBṛS.
• delineation, drawing, painting ib.
• a writing, letter, manuscript Kām. Kathās. Sāh.
• (in law) any written document (esp. a written accusation or defence) Vishṇ. Yājñ. (cf. IW. 293)
• an inscription MBh. xiii, 6330
• (gaṇanā-) a catalogue, list of Ragh.
• a painted figure BhP.
⋙ lekhyakṛta
○kṛta mfn. done in writing, signed, executed W.
⋙ lekhyagata
○gata mfn. represented in painting, painted MBh. Hariv.
⋙ lekhyacūrṇikā
○cūrṇikā f. a pencil for writing or drawing, paint-brush L.
⋙ lekhyadala
○dala m. = lekhârha L.
⋙ lekhyapattra
○pattra m. the palmyra or palm tree L.
• n. a written document, writing, scripture, letter Mudr.
• a leaf or sheet of anything for writing L.
⋙ lekhyapattraka
○pattraka m. and n. = prec. L.
⋙ lekhyapadma
○padma n. a painted lotus-flower Kāv.
⋙ lekhyaprasaṅga
○prasaṅga m. a written contract record, document MW.
⋙ lekhyamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. delineated, painted BhP. Sch.
⋙ lekhyarūpa
○rūpa mfn. id. Kāv.
⋙ lekhyasthāna
○sthāna n. a writing. place, office L.
⋙ lekhyāruḍha
lekhyâruḍha mfn. committed to writing, recorded W.
≫ lekhyaka
lekhyaka mfn. written, epistolary W.
likhikhilla (?), m. a peacock L.
likhya col. 1
ligī ā́- and ví-ligī
ligu n. (√lag ?) the mind, heart Uṇ. i, 37 Sch.
• ni. a fool, blockhead L.
• a deer L.
• = bhū-pradeśa L.
• N. of a man, g. nadâdi and gargâdi
liṅ (in gram.) N. of the terminations of the Potential and Precative Moods or N. of those Moods themselves (the Precative being usually distinguished by the fuller term liṅ āśiṣi, or āśir-lin
under. 1. la)
⋙ liṅarthavāda
○artha-vāda and m. 'explanation of the sense of Liṅ', N. of grammatical treatises
⋙ liṅarthavicāra
○artha-vicāra m. 'explanation of the sense of Liṅ', N. of grammatical treatises
liṅka-vārāha-tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha Cat.
liṅkh (cf. √lakh, laṅkh), cl. 1. P. liṅkhati, to go, move Dhātup. v, 34
liṅg (cf. ā-liṅg), cl. 1. P. liṅgati, to go Dhātup. v, 48
• cl. 10. P. liṅgayati, to paint, variegate (citrī-karaṇe) ib. xxxiii, 65
• to change or inflect a noun according to its gender Vop. Sch.
≫ liṅga
liṅga n. (once m. in NṛisUp.
• ifc. f. ā, ī only in viṣṇu-liṅgī
• prob. fr. √lag
• cf. lakṣa, lakṣaṇa) a mark, spot, sign, token, badge, emblem, characteristic (ifc. = tal-liṅga, 'having anything for a mark or sign') Up. MBh. &c
• any assumed or false badge or mark, guise, disguise MBh. Kāv. &c
• a proof, evidence Kaṇ. KātyŚr. Sarvad.
• a sign of guilt, corpus delicti Yājñ. Sch.
• the sign of gender or sex, organ of generation Mn. Hariv. Pur. &c
• the male organ or Phallus (esp. that of Śiva worshipped in the form of a stone or marble column which generally rises out of a yoni, q.v., and is set up in temples dedicated to Śiva
• formerly 12 principal Śiva-liṅgas existed, of which the best known are Soma-nātha in Gnjarāt, Mahā-kāla at Ujjayinī, Viśvêśvara at Benares &c
• but the number of Liṅgas in India is estimated at 30 millions IW. 322, n. RTL. 78, 1 ; 90) MBh. R. &c
• gender (in gram
• cf. puṃ-l○), Prst. Pāṇ.
• the image of a god, an idol VarBṛS.
• (in logic) = vyāpya, the invariable mark which proves the existence of anything in an object (as in the proposition 'there is fire because there is smoke', smoke is the liṅga
cf. IW. 62)
• inference, conclusion, reason (cf. kāvya-l○)
• = lingaśarīra (in Vedanta)
• anything having an origin and therefore liable to be destroyed again Kap.
• = ākāśa, Karaṇḍ
• (in Sāṃkhya) = prakṛti or pradhāna, 'the eternal procreative germ' L. [Page 902, Column 1] Contents of this page
• = vyakta L.
cf. RTL. 30
• = prātipadika, the crude base or uninflected stem of a noun (shortened into li) Vop. Sch.
• (in rhet.) an indication (word that serves to fix the meaning of another word
• e.g. in the passage kupito makara-dhvajaḥ the word kupita restricts the meaning of makara-dhvaja to 'Kāma') = linga-purāṇa BhP.
• the order of the religious student W.
• a symptom, mark of disease W.
⋙ liṅgakāraṇavāda
○kāraṇa-vāda m

liṅgakāraṇatāpūrvapakṣarabasya3liṅga--kāraḍṇa-tā-pūrva-pakṣarabasya n
⋙ liṅgatāvāda
○"ṣtā-vāda m
⋙ liṅgatāsiddhāntarahasya
○"ṣḍtā-siddhânta-rahasya n
⋙ liṅgakārikā
○kārikā f. pl.,
⋙ liṅgakārikāvṛtti
○kāḍrikā-vṛtti f. N. of wks
⋙ liṅgakḷpta
○kḷpta mfn. having the right mark ŚāṅkhŚr.
⋙ liṅgaguṇṭamarāma
○guṇṭama-rāma m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ liṅgacaraṇabhāṣya
○caraṇa-bhāṣya n. N. of wk
⋙ liṅgaja
○ja m. (mucus) secreted on the penis Gal.
• (ā), f. a kind of plant L.
⋙ liṅgajyeṣṭha
○jyeṣṭha m. (in S1ṃkhya) the great principle or intellect L.
⋙ liṅgatas
○tas ind. from a mark or sign, according to marks &c. ( comp.)
• (to) -bhadra n. a partic. magical circle Cat.
• N. of wk
○ra-kārikā f. pl., ○ra-prayoga m. ○ra-lakṣaṇa n. N. of wks
⋙ liṅgatva
○tva n. the state of being a mark BhP.
⋙ liṅgadurbheda
○durbheda N. of a drama
⋙ liṅgadeha
○deha m. n. the subtle body ( liṅga above and lṭliṅga-śarīra below) Bālar.
⋙ liṅgadvādaśavrata
○dvādaśa-vrata n. a partic. religious ceremony Cat.
⋙ liṅgadhara
○dhara mfn. (ifb.) wearing or having marks or mere marks, having the mere appearance of. simulating anything (mithyā-l○ wearing false marks, a hypocrite
• cf. suhṛl-l○) R. BhP.
⋙ liṅgadhāraṇa
○dhāraṇa mfn. wearing a badge MW.
• n. the act of wearing a badge or any characteristic mark MBh.
-candrikā f. dīpikā f. N. of wks.,
⋙ liṅgadhārin
○dhārin mfn. wearing a badge. wṭwearing the Liṅga of Śiva MW.
• m. = -vat m. ib.
• (iṇī), f. N. of Dākshayaṇi in Naimisha Cat.
⋙ liṅganāśa
○nāśa m. loss of what is characteristic or of the real essence ŚvetUp. (cf. Śaṃk.)
• a partic. disease of the eyes (loss of vision from cataract &c., considered to be a discolouration of the pupil) Suśr. ŚārṅgS.
• loss of the penis W.
⋙ liṅganirṇaya
○nirṇaya m
⋙ liṅganirṇayabhūṣaṇa
○nirṇaḍyabhūṣaṇa n. N. of wks
⋙ liṅgaparāmarśa
○parāmarśa m. (in log.) the groping after or seeking for a sign or token, the inference drawn from an invariable sign or characteristic (e.g. as of the existence of fire from smoke) MW.
⋙ liṅgapīṭha
○pīṭha n. the pedestal of a Śiva-Phallus Rājat.
⋙ liṅgapurāṇa
○purāṇa n. N. of one of the 18 Purāṇas (in which Śiva, supposed to be present in the Agniliṅga or great fiery Liṅga, gives an account of the creation &c. as well as of his own incarnations in opposition to those of Vishṇu)
⋙ liṅgapūjāpaddhati
○pūjā-paddhati f
⋙ liṅgapūjāphala
○pūḍjā-phala n
⋙ liṅgapūjodyāpana
○pūḍjôdyāpana n
⋙ liṅgaprakāśa
○prakāśa m. N. of wks
⋙ liṅgapratiṣṭhā
○pratiṣṭhā f. the setting up or consecration of a Phallus of Śiva ( comp.)
• N. of sev. wks
-paddhahti f. N. of wk
-vidhi m. rules for setting up a Phallus of Śiva Cat.
⋙ liṅgabhaṭṭa
○bhaṭṭa m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ liṅgabhaṭṭīya
○bhaṭṭīya n. (written also liṅgābh○),
⋙ liṅgabhāṣāpurāṇa
○bhāṣā-purāṇa n. N. of wks
⋙ liṅgamātra
○mātra n. the intellect Yogas.
⋙ liṅgamāhātmya
○māhātmya n. N. of a section of sev. Purāṇas
-dīpikā f. N. of wk
⋙ liṅgamūrti
○mūrti mfn. (represented) in the form of a Phallus (said of Śiva) Cat.
⋙ liṅgalīlāvilāsacaritra
○līlā-vilāsa-caritra n. N. of wk
⋙ liṅgalepa
○lepa m. a partic. disease Cat.
⋙ liṅgavat
○vat mfn. having marks, containing a characteristic Vait. BhP.
• having various sexes or genders MaitrUp.
• having or wearing a small model of the Phallus of Śiva in a casket suspended round the neck
• m. N. of a partic. Śaiva sect who so wear the Phallus (commonly called Liṅgaits and sometimes Jaṅgamas) RTL. 88
⋙ liṅgavarti
○varti f. a partic. disease of the genital organs Bhpr.
⋙ liṅgavardhana
○vardhana mfn. causing erections of the male organ L.
• m. Feronia Elephantum L. (also -vardha)
⋙ liṅgavardhin
○vardhin mfn. causing erections L.
• (iṇī), f. Achyranthes Aspera L.
⋙ liṅgavāda
○vāda m
⋙ liṅgavidhi
○vidhi m. N. of wks
⋙ liṅgaviparyaya
○viparyaya m.change of gender RāmatUp.
⋙ liṅgaviseṣaṇa
○viseṣaṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ liṅgaviśeṣavidhi
○viśeṣa-vidhi m. rules for the different genders, N. of a grammatical treatise
⋙ liṅgavṛtti
○vṛtti mfn. making a livelihood by false appearance or assumed outward marks, hypocritical L.
• m. a religious hypocrite, one who assumes the dress &c. of an ascetic to gain a livelihood W.
• f. N. of variotis wks
⋙ liṅgavedī
○vedī f. the pedestal of a Śiva-Phallus MW.
⋙ liṅgaśarīra
○śarīra n. the subtle body which accompanies the individual spirit or soul in all its transmigrations and is not destroyed by death (it is also called sūkṣma-ś○, q.v., and since it is the sign and accompaniment of individuality it can never perish till the individualized soul is finally merged in the Universal) Kap. Vedântas. (cf. IW. 53, n. 2)
⋙ liṅgaśāstra
○śāstra n. a grammatical treatise on gender
• N. of various wks
⋙ liṅgaśopha
○śopha m. swelling on the penis L.
⋙ liṅgasambhūtā
○sambhūtā f. N. of a plant L.
⋙ liṅgastha
○stha m. a religious student Mn. viii, 65 (cf. Kull.) [Page 902, Column 2]
⋙ liṅgahanī
○hanī f. Sanseviera Roxburghiana L.
⋙ liṅgāgamatantra
liṅgâgama-tantra n. N. of wk
⋙ liṅgāgra
liṅgâgra n. the end or glans of the penis L.
⋙ liṅgādipratiṣṭhāvidhi
liṅgâdi-pratiṣṭhā-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ liṅgānuśāsana
liṅgânuśāsana n. the doctrine or laws of grammatical gender Pañcad.
• N. of various wks. ; i, vṛtti f. N. of wk
⋙ liṅgābhaṭṭīya
liṅgā-bhaṭṭīya n. N. of wk. (cf. liṅnga-bh○)
⋙ liṅgārcana
liṅgârcana n. worship of the Phallus of Śiva W.
-candrikā f. -tantra n. N. of wks
⋙ liṅgārcāpratiṣṭhāvidhi
liṅgârcā-pratiṣṭhā-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ liṅgārśas
liṅgârśas n. a partic. disease of the genital organs Bhpr.
⋙ liṅgāṣṭaka
liṅgâṣṭaka n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ liṅgotpatti
liṅgôtpatti f. N. of wk
⋙ liṅgoddhāra
liṅgôddhāra m. the excision or removal of the male organ Gaut.
⋙ liṅgopadaṃśa
liṅgôpadaṃśa m. = liṅgârśas Bhpr.
⋙ liṅgopadhānavādārtha
⋙ liṅgopaniṣad
liṅgôḍpaniṣad f

liṅgopahitalaiṅgikabhānanirāsarahasya3liṅgôpahitalaiṅgika-bhāna-nirāsa-rahasya n

liṅgopahitalaiṅgikabhānavicāra3liṅgôpahitalaiṅgikabhāna-vicāra m
⋙ liṅgopahitalaiṅgikavādārtha
liṅgôpahitalaiṅgika-vādârtha N. of wks
≫ liṅgaka
liṅgaka (ifc.) = liṅga Sarvad. Hcat.
• m. Feroma Elephantum L.
• (ikā), f. a species of plant Bhpr.
≫ liṅgana
liṅgana n. = ā-liṅgana, embracing, an embrace W.
≫ liṅgayasūri
liṅgaya-sūri m. N. of an author Cat.
≫ liṅgin
liṅgin mfn. having a mark or sign, wearing a distinguishing mark
• (ifc.) having the marks or appearance of, characterized by Mn. MBh. &c
• bearing false marks or signs, a hypocrite, (ifc.) only having the appearance or acting the part of ib. (cf. dvija-l○)
• having a right to wear signs or badges, one whose external appearance corresponds, with his inner character ib.
• having a subtle body BhP.
• m. a Brāhman of a partic. order, religious student, ascetic MBh. Kāv. &c
• pl. 'possessing or furnished with a Liṅga', N. of a Śaiva sect ( liṅga-vat) Col.
• 'sustaining the Liṅga or Pradhāna', N. of Paramêśvara LiṅgaP.
• (in logic) -vyāpaka, that which possesses an invariable characteristic mark (as in the proposition 'there is fire because there is smoke', fire is the liṅgin
cf. IW. 62)
• original source or germ Kap. Sch.
• an elephant L.
• (inī), f. a female ascetic Daśar.
• a species of plant L.
≫ liṅgiveṣa
liṅgi-veṣa m. (fr. liṅgin + v○) the dress or the insignia of a religious student Mn. iv, 200
≫ liṅgya
liṅgya ind. -2. ā-liṅgya, having embraced MBh. xii, 6089
liṅgālikā f. a kind of mouse L.
liṅgika and liṅgita n. lameness L. (prob. wṛ. for lañgika, ○gita)
licchavi or licchivi m. N. of a regal race (accord. to L., the son of a Kshatriya Vrātya and a Kshatriyā') MWB. 409 ; 410
liṭ (in gram.) N. of the terminations of the Reduplicated Perfect Tense or N. of that Tense itself
liṭya Nom. P. liṭyati, 'to be little' or, 'to think little of.' g. kaṇḍv-ādi
li-dhu (in gram.) a term for nominal verbs (abbreviated from liṅga, 'the crude base or stem of a noun', and dhātu, a √') Vop. IW. 169, n. 1
lindu mfn. = picchala, slimy, slippery ChUp. viii, 14 Śaṃk.
lip (cf √rip), cl. 6.1 .P. Ā. ( Dhātup. xxviii, 139) limpáti, ○te (pf. lilepa. Br. &c
• aor. alipat Kathās.
alispata, alipta Gr
-alipsata RV. ; fut. leptā, lepsyati, ○te Gr
• inf leptum ib.
• ind. p. -lipya Br. &c.), to smear, besmear, anoint with (instr.), stain, soil, taint, pollute, defile TBr. &c. &c
• to inflame, kindle, burn Bhaṭṭ.: Pass. lipyate (ep. also ○ti
• aor. alepi), to be smeared &c
• to be attached to (loc.), stick, adhere ĪśUp.:
• Caus. lepayati (aor. alīlipat), to cause to smear &c
• to smear or anoint anything (acc.) with (instr.) or on (loc.) Hcat. Suśr.
• to cover R.
• to cast blame on any one Sāy.
• (limpayati), to smear anything (acc.) with (instr.): Des. lilipsati, ○te Gr.: Intens. leliyate, lelepti ib. [Cf. Gk. ?, ?, Lat. [902, 2] lippus ; Lith. lípti ; Goth. bileiban ; Germ, bil'īan, blîben, bleiben, leben, ḻeib ; Angl. Sax. libban ; Eng. live, life.]
≫ lipa
lipa m. smearing, anointing, plastering W.
≫ lipi
lipi f. (accord. to L. also lipī) smearing, anointing &c. ( -kara)
• painting, drawing L.
• writing, letters, alphabet, art or manner of writing Kāv. Kathās. [Page 902, Column 3]
• anything written, manuscript, inscription, letter, document Naish. Lalit.
• outward appearance (lipim-√āp, with gen., 'to assume the appearance of'
citrāṃ lipiṃ, 'to decorate beautifully') Vcar.
⋙ lipikara
○kara m. an anointer, whitewasher, plasterer R.
• a writer, scribe MBh. Vās.
• an engraver MW.
⋙ lipikarman
○karman n. drawing, painting
○ma-nirmita mfn. painted Śiś.
⋙ lipikāra
○kāra m. a writer, scribe, copyist L.
⋙ lipijña
○jña mfn. one who can write Kām.
⋙ lipijñāna
○jñāna n. the science or art of writing Daś.
⋙ lipitva
○tva n. the condition of being anything written Hcat.
⋙ lipinyāsa
○nyāsa m. the act of putting down written characters', writing, transcribing Kathās.
⋙ lipiphalaka
○phalaka n. a writing-tablet, leaf for writing on Lalit.
⋙ lipiviveka
○viveka m. N. of wk. on the art of wrṭwriting of
⋙ lipiśālā
○śālā f. a writing-school Lalit.
⋙ lipiśāstra
○śāstra n. the art of art of wrṭwriting ib.
⋙ lipisaṃkhyā
○saṃkhyā f. a number of written characters L.
⋙ lipisajjā
○sajjā f. implements or materials for writing W.
⋙ lipisaṃnāha
○saṃnāha m. 'writing belt', a belt worn on the fore-arm L.
≫ lipika
lipika m. a scribe, clerk Divyâv.
• (ā), f. lipi, a writing, written paper &c. L.
≫ lipta
liptá mfn. smeared, anointed, soiled, defiled AV. &c. &c
• sticking or adhering to (loc.) ŚBr.
• joined, connected Uṇ. v, 55 Sch.
• envenomed L.
• eaten L.
• (ā), f. liptā below
⋙ liptavat
○vat mfn. one who has smeared or anointed &c. W.
⋙ liptavāsita
○vāsita mfn. anointed and perfumed. Bbaṭṭ. (cf. g. rājadantâdi)
⋙ liptahasta
○hasta mfn. having the hands smeared or stained W.
⋙ liptāṅga
liptâṅga mfn. having the body anointed with unguents &c. MW.
≫ liptaka
liptaka mfn. smeared, covered with poison
• m. a poisoned arrow L.
• (ikā), f. liptikā below
≫ lipti
lipti f. ointment Naish.
≫ libi
libi livi
≫ limpa
limpa m. smearing, anointing plastering Pāṇ. 3-1, 138
• m. N. of one of Śiva's attendants L.
≫ limpaṭa
limpaṭa mfn. libidinous, lustful, lecherous
• m. a libertine L. (cf. Ia, lampaṭa)
≫ limpāka
limpāka m. an ass L.
• a citron or lime tree (n. its fruit) L.
≫ limpi
limpi f. = lipi, a writing &c. Pañcar.
≫ livi
livi f. = prec. Uṇ. iv, 119 Sch. (accord. to L. also ○vii)
⋙ livikara
○kara m. a writer, scribe Pāṇ. 3-2, 21
⋙ ṃkara
ṃ-kara m. id. L.
≫ lepa
lepa m. the act of smearing, daubing, anointing, plastering Yājñ. Kāv. Pur.
• anything smeared on, ointment, unguent, plaster MBh. Hariv. Suśr. &c
• a coating of paint &c
• spot, stain, impurity (lit. and fig.), any grease or dirt sticking to vessels, (esp.) particles or remnants wiped from the hand after offering oblations to three ancestors (these remnants being considered as an oblation to paternal ancestors in the 4th, 5th and 6th degrees) ŚrS. Gaut. &c
• food, victuals Bhadrab.
• a kind of disease Car.
⋙ lepakara
○kara m. a plaster-maker, bricklayer, whitewasher R.
⋙ lepakāminī
○kāminī f. a moulded figure of a woman L.
⋙ lepabhāgin
○bhāgin m. 'sharing the Lepa', a paternal ancestor (in the 4th, 5th, and 6th degrees
above.) Mn. iii, 216
⋙ lepabhuj
○bhuj m. id. MatsyaP.
≫ lepaka
lepaka (ifc.) = lepa ( a-lepaka)
• m. a plasterer, bricklayer, one who moulds or models L.
≫ lepana
lepana n. the act of smearing, anointing, plastering, spreading on ĀśvGṛ. MBh. &c
• ointment, plaster, mortar (ifc. = smeared or plastered with) Mn. MBh. &c
• flesh, meat L.
• m. olibanum, incense L.
≫ lepanīya
lepanīya mfn. to be smeared or anointed, fit to be plastered MW.
≫ lepin
lepin mfn. besmearing or covering L.
• (ifc.) smeared or covered with Kālid.
• m. = lepaka L.
≫ lepya
lepya mfn. to be smeared or anointed or stained or defiled MaitrUp.
• moulded, modelled BhP.
• n. plastering, moulding, modelling L.
⋙ lepyakṛt
○kṛt (cf. Hcar.),
⋙ lepyakṛt
○kṛt (L.), m. one who makes moulds or models, a bricklayer, plasterer
⋙ lepyanārī
○nārī f. a moulded figure of a woman L.
⋙ lepyamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. made of mortar or clay, moulded HPariś.
• (ī), f. a doll, puppet L.
⋙ lepyayoṣit
○yoṣit f. = -nārī L.
⋙ lepyastrī
○strī f. a perfumed woman L.
liptā f. = ?, a minute, the 60th part of a degree Jyot. (cf. IW. 173, n. 2)
≫ liptikā
liptikā f. id. ib.
≫ liptīkṛ
liptī-√kṛ P. -karoti, to reduce to minutes VarBṛS.
lipsā lipsu, lipsya &c. p. 897, col. 1. [Page 903, Column 1] Contents of this page
libi libī, livi, p. 902, col. 3
líbujā f. a creeping plant, creeper RV. AV. PañcavBr.
limpa ○pi, p. 902, col. 3
limba-bhaṭṭa m. N. of a man Cat.
lilahṣayiṣita mfn. (fr. Desid. of √laksh, lakṣayati) wished or intended to be indicated, had in view, meant Śaṃk.
liś 1
liś (later form of √ris, in ā-liś, vi-√liś)
• cl. 4. Ā. liśate (pf. liliśe &c.), to be or become small, lessen Dhātup. xxvi, 70
• cl. 6. P. liśati (pf. lileśa &c.). to go, move ib. xxviii, 127: Caus. leśayati (aor. alīliśat), Gr.: Desid. lilikshate ib.: Intens., leliśyate, leleṣṭi
≫ liś 2
liś mfn. (nom. liṭ) Pāṇ. 8-2, 36 Sch.
≫ liśa
liśa ku-liśa
≫ liṣṭa
liṣṭa mfn. lessened, wasted, decayed L. (cf. vi-liṣṭa)
≫ leśa
leśa m. a small part or portion, particle, atom, little bit or slight trace of (gen. or comp
-tas and ena, Ind. = very slightly or briefly ; leśa-śas, in small pieces R.)
Prāt. ChUp. MBh. &c
• smallness, littleness W.
• a partic. division or short space of time (= 2 or 12 Kalās) L.
• a kind of song L.
• (in rhet.) a figure of speech in which a statement is made indirectly (e.g. Veṇis. ii, 4) Sāh.
• a figure of speech in which what is usually considered as an advantage is represented as a disadvantage and vice versa) Kuval.
• N. of a prince (a son of Su-hotra) VP.
⋙ lesokta
lesôkta mfn. briefly said, only hinted or insinuated Suśr.
≫ leśika
leśika m. a grass-cutter Hcar.
≫ leśin
leśin mfn. (ifc.) containing small portions or particles of. ib.
≫ leśya
leśya m. or n
⋙ leśyā
leḍśyā f. light Sūryapr.
≫ leṣṭavya
leṣṭavya mfn. (prob.) to be torn off or injured Pāṇ. 8-2, 36 Sch.
≫ leṣṭu
leṣṭu m. a clod, lump of earth MBh. Hariv. Hcat. (cf. loṣṭa, loṣṭu)
⋙ leṣṭughna
○ghna or m. a clod-breaker, a harrow or other agricultural implement used for breaking clods L.
⋙ leṣṭubhedana
○bhedana m. a clod-breaker, a harrow or other agricultural implement used for breaking clods L.
≫ leṣṭukā
leṣṭukā f. (in Prākṛit) = leṣṭu Mṛicch.
liṣva m.= laṣva, a dancer, actor L.
lih 1
lih (later form of √rih), cl. 2. P.Ā (cf. Dhātup. xxiv, 6) leḍhi, līḍhe (ep. also lihati
• pf. lileha, lilihe Gr
• fut. leḍhā, lekṣyati, ○te ib.
• aor. alikṣat, alikṣata and alīḍha ib.
• inf. leḍhum ib.
• ind. p. līḍhvā ib.) to lick, lap, lick at (loc.), taste, sip, take any food by licking or lapping Br. &c. &c
• to lick up = destroy (said of an arrow) Daś.
• Caus. leháyati (aor. alīlihat), to cause to lick Br. Suśr.
• to apply as an electuary Car.: Desid. lilikṣati, ○te Gr.: Intens. lelihyati, leleḍhi (p. lelihat ○hyat, ○hyamana or ○hāna, q.v.), to lick frequently or constantly, play with the tongue MBh. R. &c. [Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. lingo ; [903, 1] Slav. liś5ati ; Lith. le14ś3ti ; Germ. le10cchôn, lecken ; AnglṢax. liccian ; Eng. lick.]
≫ lih 2
lih (ifc.) licking (cf. madhu-l○)
• perceiving (nayanayoḥ in the eyes') Sāh.
• m. mild wind L.
≫ liha
liha (ifc.) 'licking' or 'being licked' ( abhraṃ-l○ and go-l○)
≫ līḍha
līḍha mfn. licked, tasted, eaten, devoured, consumed, destroyed MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ līḍhamukta
○mukta mfn. rejected after being tasted W.
≫ leḍhṛ
leḍhṛ m. 'licker', a mild wind L.
≫ leliha
leliha mfn. (fr. Intens.) 'constantly licking', a kind of parasitical worm Car. ŚārṅgS.
• a serpent, snake MBh. BhP.
• (ā), f. a partic. Mudrā or position of the fingers L.
≫ lelihāna
lelihāna mfn. frequently licking or darting out the tongue MBh.
• m. N. of Śiva ib.
• (ā), f. a partic. Mudra or position of the fingers L.
≫ leha
leha m. one who licks, a licker, sipper (madhuno lehaḥ, 'sipper of honey', a bee) Bhaṭṭ.
• anything to be taken by licking or sipping or sucking, an electuary, syrup Suśr.
• food L.
• N. of one of the 10 ways in which an eclipse can take place VarBṛS.
• (ī), f. a partic. disease of the tips of the ears ŚārṅgS.
• (am), ind., ses kṣīra-leham
⋙ lehacintainaṇi
○cintainaṇi m. N. of a medical wk
≫ lehaka
lehaka m. one who licks or tastes MW.
≫ lehana
lehana n. the act of licking, tasting or lapping with the tongue Sarvad.
≫ lehanīya
lehanīya mfn. = lehya MW. [Page 903, Column 2]
≫ lehin
lehin mfn. licking, a licker ( madhu-l○)
≫ lehina
lehina m. borax L.
≫ lehya
lehya mfn. to be licked, lickable, to be lapped or licked up or eaten by licking MBh. R. &c
• n. nectar, sipped food, any food L.
• a syrup, electuary W.
lī 1
(cf. √), cl. 9. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxxi, 31) lināti, to adhere, obtain (not usually found)
• cl. 1. P. layati (xxxiv, 6), to melt, liquefy, dissolve (not usually found)
• cl. 4. Ā. (xxvi, 30) lī́yate (Ved. also lâyate
• pf. lilye, lilyuḥ Br. &c
lilāya, lalau Gr
• aor. aleṣṭa ŚBr.
alaiṣīt, alāsīt, alāsta Gr
• fut. letā, lātā
leṣyati or lāsyati, ○te ib. ; inf. letum or lātum ib.
• ind. p. -lāyam AV. Br.
līya MBh. Kāv. Rc.), to cling or press closely, stick or adhere to (loc.) MBh. R. &c
• to remain sticking Suśr.
• to lie, recline, alight or settle on, hide or cower down in (loc.), disappear, vanish MBh. Kāv. &c.: Caus. P. lāpayati or lāyayati, to cause to cling &c. Br. &c
• Ā. lāpayate, to deceive
• to obtain honour
• to humble Pāṇ. 1-3, 70: Desid. lilīṣati, ○te Gr.: Intens. lelīyate, lelayīti, leleti ib. (cf. lelāya)
≫ laya
laya m. the act of sticking or clinging to (loc.), Śis. (layaṃ with loc., to become attached to any one' Kuval.)
• lying down, cowering MBh.
• melting, dissolution, disappearance or absorption in (loc. or comp.) Up. Kap. &c. (layaṃgam or to disappear, be dissolved or absorbed'
layaṃ saṃ-√gam, to hide or conceal one's self')
• extinction, destruction, death MBh. Kāv. &c. (layaṃ, to be destroyed, perish')
• rest, repose Śiś. BhP. (cf. a-laya)
• place of rest, residence, house, dwelling W.
• mental inactivity, spiritual indifference Kap. Vedântas.
• sport, diversion, merriness Vās.
• delight in anything Harav.
• an embrace L.
• (in music) time (regarded as of 3 kinds, viz. druta, 'quick', madhya, 'mean or moderate', and vilambita, 'slow'), Kalid. Daśar. Pañcat. &c
• a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
• the union of song, dance and instrumental music L.
• a pause MW.
• a partic. agricultural implement (perhaps a sort of harrow or hoe) VS.
• a swoon L.
• the quick (downward) movement of an arrow L.
• (ā), f. N. of a Yoginī Hcat. (vḷ. jayā)
• n. the √of Andropogon Muricatus Bhpr.
• mfn. making the mind inactive or indifferent BhP.
⋙ layakāla
○kāla m. time of dissolution or destruction MW.
⋙ layagata
○gata mfn. gone to dissolution, dissolved, melted ib.
⋙ layanālika
○nālika m. a Buddhist or Jaina temple L.
⋙ layaputrī
○putrī f. 'daughter of (musical) time', a female dancer, actress L.
⋙ layamadhya
○madhya mfn. to be performed in mean or moderate time (as a piece of music) Mālav.
⋙ layayoga
○yoga m. N. of wk
⋙ layaśuddha
○śuddha mfn. to be performed in clear or right time (cf. laya above) Śak.
⋙ layasthāna
○sthāna n. place of dissolution Vedântas.
⋙ layārambha
layârambha or m. 'moving according to time', a dancer, actor L.
⋙ layālamba
layâlamba m. 'moving according to time', a dancer, actor L.
⋙ layārka
layârka m. the sun at the dissolution of the world BhP.
⋙ layālaya
layâlaya m. du. destruction and non-destruction R.
≫ layana
layana n. the act of clinging, adhering, lying &c., rest, repose Śiś. Sch.
• a place of rest, house, cell
&c. Śiś. Prab. Kāraṇḍ.
≫ lāyaka
lāyaka mfn. clinging, sticking, adhering &c. APrāt. Sch.
≫ lī 2
f. clinging to, adhering &c. L.
• = capala L.
≫ līna
līna mfn. clung or pressed closely together, attached or devoted to, merged in (loc. or comp.) R. Sarvad.
• sticking Mahīdh.
• lying or resting on, staying in, lurking, hiding MBh. Kāv. &c
• dissolved, absorbed in (loc. or comp.), disappeared, vanished ŚvetUp. MBh. &c
• n. the clinging to, being dissolved or absorbed in, disappearance Pañcar.
⋙ līnatā
○tā f. = prec. n
• (ifc.) concealment in Śak.
• complete retirement or seclusion HYog.
⋙ līnatva
○tva n. (ifc.) sticking or concealment in, Suś
⋙ līnāli
līnâli mfn. having bees adhering (to anything), embraced or clung to by bees MW.
≫ līnaya
līnaya Nom. P. ○yati, to dissolve, melt (trans.) Pāṇ. 7-3, 39 Sch.
≫ lelya
lelya n. (fr. Intens.) clinging or adhering very closely Vop.
līkā f. pl. N. of partic. evil spirits MārkP.
līkkā or līkṣā f. = likṣā L.
līlā f. (derivation doubtful) play, sport, diversion, amusement, pastime MBh. Kāv. &c
• mere sport or play, child's play, ease or facility in doing anything ib.
• mere appearance, semblance, pretence, disguise, sham Kāv. Kathās. Pur. (ibc. sportively, easily, in sport, as a mere joke [Page 903, Column 3]
• also = līlayā ind. for mere diversion, feignedly)
• grace, charm, beauty, elegance, lovelniess Kālid. Kathās. Rājat.
• (in rhet.) a maiden's playful imitation of her lover, Dalar. Sāh. Pratāp.
• a kind of metre (4 times ?) Col.
• N. of a Yogini HPariś.
⋙ līlākamala
○kamala n. a woman's toy-lotus, a lotus-flower held in the hands as a plaything Kāv.
⋙ līlākara
○kara m. a partic. metre VarBṛS. Sch.
⋙ līlākalaha
○kalaha m. a quarrel or dispute in play, sham-fight, Śṛiṅgār
⋙ līlākhela
○khela mfn. moving or sporting playfully, Ragb
• n. a kind of metre Col.
⋙ līlāgāra
○"ṣgāra (○lâg○ Ragh.) or (cf. Kathās. Naish.) þor (cf. Kathās. Naish.) þor (cf. Kathās.), n. a pleasurehouse, place of amusement or sport
⋙ līlāgṛha
○gṛha (cf. Kathās. Naish.) or (cf. Kathās.), n. a pleasurehouse, place of amusement or sport
⋙ līlāgeha
○geha (cf. Kathās.), n. a pleasurehouse, place of amusement or sport
⋙ līlāṅga
○"ṣṅga (lâṅga), mfn. (accord. to Nīlak.) = vilacitânga, having playful limbs (said of a bull
• but prob.) wṛ. for nīlâṅga, q.v. MBh.
⋙ līlācatura
○catura mfn. sportively charming Kum.
⋙ līlācandra
○candra m. N. of a poet Subh.
⋙ līlācala
○"ṣcala (○âc○), m. N. of a district Cat.
⋙ līlātanu
○tanu f. a form assumed for mere sport or pleasure BhP.
⋙ līlātāṇḍavapaṇḍita
○tāṇḍava-paṇḍita mfn. skilled in sportive dances (said of Śiva) MW.
⋙ līlātāmarasa
○tāmarasa n. = -kamala above Kāv.
⋙ līlātāla
○tāla m. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
⋙ līlādagdha
○dagdha mfn. burnt or consumed without effort Bhartṛ.
⋙ līlādevī
○devī f. N. of a princess Inscr.
⋙ līlādri
○"ṣdri (○lâdri), m. = līlâcala above Cat.
⋙ līlādharabhaṭṭa
○dhara-bhaṭṭa m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ līlānaṭana
○naṭana n. a sportive dance MW.
• a sham or pretended dance Pañcat.
⋙ līlānṛtya
○nṛtya n. id. Kāvyâd.
⋙ līlāpadma
○padma n. = -kamala above Sāh. Kāvyâd.
⋙ līlāparvata
○parvata m. N. of a mountain Kathās.
⋙ līlāpura
○pura n. N. of a town Inscr.
⋙ līlābja
○"ṣbja (○lâbja), n. = -kamala above Kuval.
⋙ līlābharaṇa
○"ṣbharaṇa (○labh○), n. an ornament worn for mere pleasure (of no intrinsic value, as a bracelet of lotuses) Śak.
⋙ līlāmadhukara
○madhu-kara m. N. of a drama (cf. IW. 471)
⋙ līlāmanuṣya
○manuṣya m. a sham man, one not really a man BhP.
⋙ līlāmandira
○mandira n. a pleasure-house Daś.
⋙ līlāmaya
○maya mfn. consisting of or relating to play or amusement (comp.) Cat.
⋙ līlāmātreṇa
○mātreṇa ind. out of mere sport, in mere play, without the least effort Pañcar.
⋙ līlāmānuṣavigraha
○mānuṣa-vigraha mfn. having or taking a human form merely for amusement or in mere semblance (said of Kṛishṇa) ib.
⋙ līlāmbuja
○"ṣmbuja (○lâm○), n. = -kamala above Kathās.
⋙ līlāyudha
○"ṣyudha (○lây○), m. pl. N. of a people MBh. (v. l. nīlây○)
⋙ līlārati
○rati f. sportive amusement, amṭamusement with (loc.) Kāv.
⋙ līlāravinda
○"ṣravinda (○lâr○), n. = -kamala above Ragh. Kathās.
⋙ līlārasakramastotra
○rasa-krama-stotra n. N. of wk
⋙ līlāvajra
○vajra n. an implement or instrument shaped like a thunderbolt, Kathās.
⋙ līlāvat
○vat mfn. possessed of grace or beauty, graceful, charming Hcat. (only f.) Col.
• (atī), f. a beautiful and charming woman Bhartṛ. Hit. &c
• N. of Durgā Cat.
• of the wife of the Asura Maya Kathās.
• of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.
• of a wife of Avîkshita MārkP.
• of a merchant's daughter Hit.
• a kind of metre Col.
• N. of various wks. (esp. of a well-known treatise on arithmetic, algebra, and geometry by Bhāskarâcārya Col. IW. 176, 183
• also abbreviated for nyāya-l○)
○tī-prakāśa m. ○tī-rahasya n. ○tī-vyākhyā f. ○tī-sāra, N. of wks
⋙ līlāvatāra
○"ṣvatāra (○lâv○), m. the descent (of Vishṇu on the earth) for his own amusement BhP.
⋙ līlāvadhūta
○"ṣḍvadhūta (○lâv○), mfn. gracefully waved about Megh.
⋙ līlāvāpī
○vāpī f. a pleasure-tank or lake Kathās.
⋙ līlāveśman
○veśman n. a pleasure-house Rājat.
⋙ līlāśuka
○śuka m. 'pleasure-parrot', a parrot kept for pleasure A.
• N. of the poet Bilva-maṅgala Cat.
⋙ līlāsampādanakrama
○sampādana-krama m. N. of wk
⋙ līlāsādhya
○sādhya mfn. to be effected with ease Kathās.
⋙ līlāsvātmapriya
○svâtma-priya m. N. of an author held in esteem by the Tāntrikas Cat.
⋙ līleśvaradeva
līlêśvara-deva m. N. of a sanctuary Inscr.
⋙ līlodyāna
līlôdyāna n. a pleasure-garden Kathās.
• the garden of gods, Indra's paradise A.
≫ līlāya
līlāya Nom. P. Ā. ○yati, ○te, to play, sport, dally, amuse one's self R. Hariv. &c
≫ līlāyita
līlāyita mfn. sporting, dallying, rejoicing Bālar.
• (ifc.) pretending to be, representing, resembling Bhojapr.
• n. sport, amusement Siṃhâs.
• an exploit easily accomplished Bālar.
≫ līlopavatī
līlopavatī (?), f. a kind of metre Col.
līsuṣa m. a partic. taste (bitter, sweet, sour and pungent)
• mfn. so tasting L.
luk 1
luk (only lukiṣyasi and lukita), prob. invented to explain the following word
≫ lukeśvara
lukêśvara n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat.
luk 2
luk (prob. fr. √luñc), and gram. term to express 'the dropping out' or, disappearance' of Pratyayas or affixes (the symbols luk, lup, and ślu are distinguished from lopa, q.v., and are called lumat, as containing the syllable lu). [Page 904, Column 1] Contents of this page
lugi mahā-lugi
luṅ (in gram.) N. of the terminations of the Aorist or Third Preterite and N. of that Tense itself
luṅga = mātuluṅga, a citron L.
luñc cl. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. vii, 5) luñcati (pf. luluñca, ○ce MBh. Kāv. &c
• aor. aluñcīt Gr
• fut. luñcitā, luñciṣyati ib.
• ind. p. luñcitvā, or lucitvā Pāṇ. 1-2, 24
-lucya MBh.), to pluck, pull out, tear off MBh. Kāv. &c
• to peel, husk Pañcat.
≫ luc
luc f. plucking out or off MW.
≫ luñca
luñca mfn. one who plucks or pulls (in a- and ku-l○, q.v.)
≫ luñcaka
luñcaka mfn. id. ( keśa-l○)
• m. (prob.) a kind of grain Suśr.
≫ luñcana
luñcana mfn. = prec. ( keśa-l○)
• n. plucking or tearing out Bhpr.
• (ā), f. concise speech L.
≫ luñcita
luñcita mfn. plucked, pulled
• husked, peeled MBh. Suśr. Pañcat.
⋙ luñcitakeśa
○keśa or m. 'having the hair torn out', N. of a Jaina ascetic (so called as pulling out the hair of the head and body by way of self-mortification) Sarvad.
⋙ luñcitamūrdhaja
○mūrdhaja m. 'having the hair torn out', N. of a Jaina ascetic (so called as pulling out the hair of the head and body by way of self-mortification) Sarvad.
luñji vḷ. for √lañj, q.v
luṭ 1
luṭ (cf. √rut and 1. luṭh), cl. 1. Ā. loṭate, to resist
• to suffer pain
• to shine Dhātup. xviii, 8
• cl. 10. P. loṭayati, to speak
• to shine, xxxiii, 81
luṭ 2
luṭ (connected with √2. luṭh), cl. 1. 4. P. loṭati, luṭyati (only p. luṭyat, rolling, in Bhaṭṭ.
• Gr. also pf. luloṭa &c.), to roll, roll about, wallow Dhātup. ix, 27
• xxvi, 113
• cl. 1. Ā. loṭate, to go Naigh. ii, 14: Caus. or cl. 10. P. loṭayati, under √1. luṭ
≫ loṭana
loṭana n. tumbling, rolling W. (cf. loḍana)
• (ā), f. persuasive speech, complaisance L.
luṭ 3
luṭ (in gram.) N. of the terminations of the First Future or N. of that Tense itself
luṭṭaka m. N. of a poet Cat.
luṭh 1
luṭh cl, 1. P. loṭhati (pf. luloṭha &c.), to strike, knock down Dhātup. ix, 52 to roll, wallow Dharmaś. ( √2. luṭh)
• cl 1. Ā. loṭhate (pf. luluṭhe
• aor. aluṭhat, aloṭhiṣṭa Pāṇ. 1-3, 91) to resist
• to suffer pain Dhātup. xxviii, 9
• to go Naigh. ii, 14: Caus. or cl. 10. P. loṭhayati, to rob, pillage, sack Dhātup. xxxii, 27 Vop.
luṭh 2
luṭh cl. 6. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxviii, 87) luṭhati (pf. luloṭha Hit.
• aor. aloṭhīt, ○ṭhiṣṭa Gr
• fut. luṭhitā, loṭhiṣyati ib.), to roll, move about or to and fro, wallow, welter, flutter, dangle Kāv. Pur. Rājat. &c
• to roll down from (abl.) HPariś.
• to touch BhP.
• to agitate, move, stir ib.: Caus. loṭhayati (aor. alūluṭhat or aluloṭhat), to set in motion, stir, agitate BhP. Sch.
• to sound, make resound Viddh.
• to deal blows round about Bhaṭṭ.: Desid: luluṭhiṣate, to wish to roll, be on the point of rolling Pat.: Intens. loluṭhīti, to roll about (said of a drunken man) Bālar.
≫ luṭhat
luṭhat mfn. rolling, falling down W.
• flowing, trickling (?) ib.
≫ luṭhana
luṭhana n. the act of rolling, rolling or wallowing on the earth Mudr.
⋙ luṭhaneśvaratīrtha
luṭhanêśvara-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat.
≫ luṭhita
luṭhita mfn. rolled, rolled down, rolling on the ground (as a horse), fallen Kathās. Pañcat.
• n. the rolling on the ground (of a horse) L.
≫ luṭheśvara
luṭhêśvara n. = luṭhanêśvara Cat.
≫ loṭha
loṭha m. rolling, rolling on the ground Vop.
⋙ loṭhabhū
○bhū f. a place where a horse is rolling in dust L.
≫ loṭhaka
loṭhaka m. N. of a poet Cat.
≫ loṭhana
loṭhana n. wagging of the head Car. Bhpr.
• m. N. of a man Rājat.
≫ loṭhitaka
loṭhitaka m. N. of a poet Cat. (cf. loṇitaka)
luḍ (connected with √lul and √2. luṭh), cl. 1. P. loḍati, to agitate, move, stir Dhātup. ix, 27
• cl. 6. P. luḍati, to adhere
• to cover, xxviii, 87
• to cover Vop.: Caus. loḍayati (ind. p. -loḍya
• Pass. loḍyate), to set in motion, agitate, disturb MBh. R. &c. [Page 904, Column 2]
⋙ loḍana
loḍana n. the act of agitating or disturbing Dhātup. ii, 4 (vḷ. loṭana)
≫ loḍita
loḍita mfn. (fr. Caus.) agitated, troubled MBh.
luṇiga m. N. of a man (the father of Mahā-deva
• he wrote notes on his son's book) Cat.
luṇṭ (cf. √ruṇṭ and luṇḍ), cl. 1. P. (Dhātup. ix, 42) luṇṭati, to rob, plunder HPariś.
• cl. 10. P. luṇṭayati id. Dhātup. xxxii, 27 (cf. Vop. 'to despise')
≫ luṇṭaka
luṇṭaka m. a kind of vegetable L.
• N. of a man Cat.
≫ luṇṭā
luṇṭā f. rolling MW.
• = luṭhana L.
≫ luṇṭāka
luṇṭāka m. a robber, thief. Vcar. HPariś.
• a crow L.
≫ luṇṭita
luṇṭita mfn. robbed, plundered MW.
• vḷ. (or wṛ.) for luñcita, q.v
luṇṭh (cf. √ruṇṭh), to stir, agitate MBh.
• to go Dhātup. ix, 61
• to be idle
• to be lame
• to resist, ix, 58
• to rob, plunder, ix, 41 (cf. nir- and vi-luṇṭh): Caus. luṇṭhayati (Pass. luṇṭhyate), to cause to rob or plunder Siṃhâs.
• to rob, steal, plunder, sack Rājat. Kathās.
≫ luṇṭha
luṇṭha m. a kind of grass Gobh.
⋙ luṇṭhanadī
○nadī f. N. of a river Hariv. (vḷ. kuṇḍa-n)
≫ luṇṭhaka
luṇṭhaka m. a robber, plunderer Hcar.
≫ luṇṭhana
luṇṭhana n. the act of plundering, pillaging ( grama-l○)
• wṛ. for luñcana Śak. Sch.
• vḷ. for luṭhana L.
≫ luṇṭhā
luṇṭhā f. = luṭhana L.
≫ luṇṭhāka
luṇṭhāka m. a robber, plunderer (-tā f.) Bālar.
• a crow L.
≫ luṇṭhi
luṇṭhi f. plundering, pillaging, sacking Rājat.
≫ luṇṭhita
luṇṭhita mfn. plundered, pillaged, robbed, stolen Hariv. Kathās. (also wṛ. for luñcita)
≫ luṇṭhī
luṇṭhī f. = luṭhana L.
luṇḍ v. l. for √luṇṭ, q.v
luṇḍikā f. a ball, round mass (of anything)
• = leṇḍa, q.v
• = next L.
≫ luṇḍī
luṇḍī f. proper behaviour, acting and judging rightly. L.
• = nigama L.
≫ luṇḍīkṛta
luṇḍī-kṛta mfn. made into a ball, rolled up together L.
lunth (cf. √1. luṭh), cl. 1. P. lunthati, to strike, hurt, cause or suffer pain Dhātup. iii, 8
lup 1
lup (cf. √rup), cl.6. P.Ā. (Dhātup. xxviii, 137) lumpáti, ○te (pf. lulopa, lulupe Br. &c
• aor. alupat, alupta Gr
• Prec., lopsiya ChUp.
loptā, lopsyati, ○te Gr
• inf. loptum Hit.
• ind. p. luptvā MBh. &c
-lúpya AV.
-lúmpam MaitrS.
lopaṃ Kauś.), to break, violate, hurt, injure, spoil Hariv. VarBṛS.
• to seize, fall or pounce upon (acc.) MBh. Hit.
• to rob, plunder, steal Kathās. BhP.
• to cheat (said of a merchant) Campak.
• to take away, suppress, waste, cause to disappear ŚārṅgS. Śatr. BhP.
• to elide, erase, omit (a letter, word &c.) Prāt. Pāṇ. Kār.
• cl. 4. P. lupyati (pf. lulopa
• fut. lopitā, lopiṣyati, &c.), to disturb, bewilder, perplex, confound Dhātup. xxvi, 126: Pass. lupyáte (cf. TS. lúpyate
• aor. alopi), to be broken &c. AV. &c. &c
• to be wasted or destroyed Hcar.
• (in gram.) to be suppressed or lost or elided, disappear
• to be confounded or bewildered MaitrUp.: Caus. lopayati, ○te (aor. alūlupat MBh.
alulopat Gr
• Pass. lopyate), to cause to break or violate, cause to swerve from (abl.) Ragh.
• to break, violate, infringe, neglect Mn. MBh. &c
• (Ā.) to cause to disappear, efface MānGṛ.: Desid. lulupsati or lulopiṣati, ○te Gr.: Intens. lolopti (p. lolupat), to confound, bewilder, perplex KaṭhUp.
lolupyate = garirhitaṃ lumpati Pāṇ. 3-1, 24
• to be greedy, in a-lolupyamāna, q.v. [For cognate words, under √rup.]
≫ lup 2
lup (in gram.) falling out, suppression, elision (cf. 2. luk)
• mfn. = lupta, fallen out, dropped, elided VPrāt.
≫ lupta
lupta mfn. broken, violated, hurt, injured VarBṛS.
• robbed, plundered, (ifc.) deprived of. Kauś. MBh. &c
• suppressed, lost, destroyed, annihilated, disappeared ĀśvŚr. MBh. &c
• (in gram.) dropped, elided Prāt. Pāṇ. &c
• (in rhet.) elliptical (as opp. to pūrṇa, complete') Vām. Kpr.
• n. stolen property, plunder, booty L.
• (prob.) disappearance (cf. śaśa-l○)
⋙ luptatā
○tā f. the state of being cut off or divided, disappearance, non-existence W.
⋙ luptadaṇḍaka
○daṇḍaka m. (prob.) an arch-rogue Mṛicch.
⋙ luptadharmakriya
○dharma-kriya mfn. excluded from or deprived of religious ordinances Mn. viii, 226. [Page 904, Column 3]
⋙ luptapada
○pada mfn. wanting (whole) words W.
⋙ luptapiṇḍodakakriya
○piṇḍôdaka-kriya mfn. deprived of funeral rites Bhag.
⋙ luptapratibha
○pratibha mfn. deprived of reason Rājat.
⋙ luptavisarga
○visarga mfn. dropping the Visarga Sāh.
• n. = next Pratāp.
-ka n. (cf. ib.)
-tā f. (cf. Sāh.) absence of Visarga
⋙ luptāhatavisarga
luptâhata-visarga mfn. having Visarga dropped or coalesced (with a preceding a) into o (-tā f.) Sāh.
⋙ luptopama
luptôpama mfn. wanting or omitting the particle of comparison Nir.
• (ā), f. (in rhet.) a mutilated or imperfect simile (the conjunction expressing comparison or the common attribute being omitted), Vam. Kpr. &c. (cf. IW. 458)
⋙ luptopamāna
luptôpamāna mfn. = prec. mfn. Mahīdh.
≫ lopa
lopa m. breaking, hurting, injury, destruction, interruption MBh. Kāv. &c
• neglect, violation, transgression (of a vow or duty) Mn. Yājñ. &c
• robbing, plundering MBh.
• want, deficiency, absence, disappearance ŚrS. Ragh.
• (in gram.) dropping, elision (generally as distinguished from the terms lup, ślu, luk, which are only applicable to affixes
• when lopa of an affix takes place, a blank is substituted, which exerts the same influence on the base as the affix itself, but when either luk or lup or ślu of an affix is enjoined, then the affix is not only dropped but it is also inoperative on the base
• thus in the Ist pl. of kati, where jas is said to be elided by luk, the change of the final of the base to Guṇa does not take place, i.e. both the affix and its effect on the base are abolished
• moreover, lopa refers only to the last letter of an affix, whereas by luk &c. the dropping of the whole affix is implied) Nir. Prāt. Pāṇ. &c
• (lópā), f. a partic. bird TS.
• a kind of bird L.
• = lopā-mudrā below
⋙ lopāpatti
lopâpatti f. the being cut off or dropped or elided MW.
≫ lopaka
lopaka mfn. (ifc.) interrupting, violating, destroying ( vidhi-l○)
• m. violation MW.
• (ikā), f. a kind of sweetmeat AgP. Hcat.
≫ lopana
lopana n. the act of omitting or violating, violation ( vrata-l○)
• the mouth Gal. (prob. wṛ. for lapana)
≫ lopāka
lopāka m. a kind of jackal Suśr.
≫ lopāpaka
lopāpaka m. id. (ikā f.) L.
≫ lopāmudrā
lopā-mudrā f. N. of the reputed wife of the sage Agastya (she is said to have been formed by the sage himself and then secretly introduced into the palace of the king of Vidarbha, where she grew up as his daughter
• she asked her husband to acquire immense riches
• so he went to the rich demon Ilvala, and having conquered him, satisfied his wife with his wealth
• she is considered as the authoress of RV. i, 179, 4) RV. MBh. Hariv. &c
-kavi m. N. of a poet Cat.
-pati or -sahacara m. husband of Lopā-mudrā, N. of Agastya L.
≫ lopāyikā
lopāyikā f. a kind of bird L.
≫ lopāśa
lopāśá m. a jackal, fox, or a similar animal RV. VS. [Cf. Gk. ?]
⋙ lopāśaka
lopāḍśaka m. N. of a man Buddh.
• [904, 3] (ikā), f. a female jackal or fox L.
≫ lopin
lopin mfn. (ifc.) injuring, diminishing, impairing MBh. Ragh.
• liable or subject to elision Pat,. (cf. madhyama-pada-t○)
≫ loptṛ
loptṛ mfn. one who interrupts or violates (with gen.) MBh.
• (trī), f. a lump of dough or paste Bhpr.
≫ loptra
loptra n. stolen property, plunder, booty Yājñ. MBh.
≫ lopya
lopya mfn. to be broken &c
• to be omitted or elided Vop.
• being among thickets or inaccessible places VS. (cf. Mahīdh.)
lubh cl. 6.P. lubhati (only Dhātup. xviii, 22) or cl. 4. P. (xxvi, 124) lúbhyati (pf. lulubhe R.
• aor. alubhat, or alobhīt Gr
• fut. lobdhā, or lobhitā, lobhiṣyati ib.
• inf. lobdhum MBh.
• ind. p. lobhitvā lubhitvā, lubdhvā Gr.), to be perplexed or disturbed, become disordered, go astray AitBr.
• to desire greatly or eagerly, long for, be interested in (dat. or loc.) Mn. MBh. &c
• to entice, allure R.: Caus. lobháyati, ○te (aor. alūlubhat Br.
• Pass. lobhyate MBh.), to confound, bewilder, perplex, derange ŚBr.
• to cause to desire or long for, excite lust, allure, entice, attract MBh. Kāv. &c
• to efface ĀpŚr. (cf. Caus. of √lup): Desid. of Caus. lulobhayiṣati, see, ā -√lubh: Desid. lulubhiṣati or lulobhiṣati Gr.: Intens. lolubhyate (Gr. also lolobdhi), to have a vehement desire for (loc.) Kām. [Cf. Lat. lubet, libet, libido ; Goth. liufs ; Germ. liob, lieb, lieben ; Angl. Sax. leóf ; Eng. lief, love.]
≫ lubdha
lubdha mfn. bewildered, confused AitBr. (am ind.)
• greedy, covetous, avaricious, desirous of or longing for (loc. or comp.) Gaut. MBh. &c. [Page 905, Column 1] Contents of this page
• n. a hunter MBh. R.
• a lustful man, libertine W.
⋙ lubdhajana
○jana mfn. having covetous followers MW.
lubdhajātake varṣavardhāpanavidhānalubdha--jātake varṣa-vardhāpana-vidhāna n. N. of wk
⋙ lubdhatā
○tā f
⋙ lubdhatva
○tva n. greediness, covetousness, ardent desire for (loc.) Rājat. Kathās.
≫ lubdhaka
lubdhaka m. a hunter MBh. Kāv. &c
• a covetous or greedy man L.
• the star Sirius (so called because Śiva in the form of a hunter shot an arrow represented by the three stars in the belt of Orion at Brahmā transformed into a deer and pursuing his own daughter metamorphosed into a doe
• cf. mṛga-vyādha) Gaṇit. Kathās.
• N. of the hinder parts, Bhp
≫ lubhita
lubhita mfn. perplexed, disturbed, fascinated Pāṇ. 7-2, 54
≫ lobha
lobha m. perplexity, confusion ( a-l○)
• impatience, eager desire for or longing after (gen., loc. or comp.) Mn. MBh. &c
• covetousness, cupidity, avarice (personified as a son of Pushṭi or of Dambha and Māyā) ib.
⋙ lobhatas
○tas ind. from greediness or desire Kathās.
⋙ lobhamañjarī
○mañjarī f. 'flower of avarice', nickname of a courtezan Daś.
⋙ lobhamohita
○mohita mfn. beguiled by covetousness or avarice Hit.
⋙ lobhaviraha
○viraha m. absence of avarice ib.
• mfn. = next
⋙ lobhaśūnya
○śūnya mfn. free from avarice (-tva n.) Vishṇ.
⋙ lobhākṛṣṭa
lobhâkṛṣṭa mfn. attracted by greediness or covetousness Hit.
⋙ lobhātman
lobhâtman mfn. greedy-minded, avaricious A.
⋙ lobhānvita
lobhânvita mfn. possessed of covetousness, avaricious, greedy MW.
⋙ lobhābhipātin
lobhâbhipātin mfn. hastening through eager desire, rushing greedily MBh.
⋙ lobhotkarṣa
lobhôtkarṣa m. excess of avarice or greed MW.
≫ lobhana
lobhana mfn. alluring, enticing, attracting L.
• (ī), f. a kind of Sphaerantus L.
• n. allurement, enticement, temptation R. Kām.
• gold L.
≫ lobhanīya
lobhanīya mfn. to be desired or longed for, alluring seductive MBh.
⋙ lobhanīyatama
○tama mfn. most attractive
○mâkṛti mfn. having a most attrṭattractive figure ib.
≫ lobhayāna
lobhayāna mfn. alluring, enticing, seducing Hariv.
≫ lobhāyana
lobhāyana m. a patr. Pravar.
≫ lobhita
lobhita mfn. allured, enticed, seduced Kām.
⋙ lobhitavat
○vat mfn. one who has allured &c. MBh.
≫ lobhin
lobhin mfn. covetous, avaricious, desirous of. eager after, longing for (often ifc.) Rājat. BhP. Campak. (○bhi-tā f.)
• alluring, enticing, charming R.
≫ lobhya
lobhya mfn. = lobhanīya L.
• m. Phsseolus Mungo L.
lu-mat undcr 2. luk
lumb cl. i. P. lumbati, to torment, harass Dhātup. xi, 37
• cl. 10. P. lumbayati id., xxxii, 113
• to be invisible ib. (adarśane, v. l. for ardane)
lumbikā f. a kind of drum L.
lumbini (m. c.) or ○nī f. N. of a princess and a grove named after her Buddh. (cf. MWB. 389)
⋙ lumbinīya
lumbiḍnīya mfn. relating to the above Lalit.
lul (connected with √lud, and 1. lu. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. ix, 27, vḷ.) lolati (only pr. and pr. p. P. Ā. lolat and, lolamāna), to move to, and fro, roll about, stir Śiś. Pañcar.
• to disappear Śiś. x, 36: Caus. lolayati, to set in motion, agitate, confound, disturb R. Śiś.
≫ lulita
lulita mfn. moved or tossed about, agitated, swinging to and fro, dangling, fluttering, heaving, waving, tremulous MBh. Kāv. &c
• (ifc.) touched by, come in contact with Śak. (v. l.) BhP.
• disarranged, dishevelled (as hair) Ṛitus.
• hurt, injured, crushed, destroyed MBh. R. &c
• fatigued, unnerved, Mālatim
• agreeable, pleasing, beautiful W. (wṛ. for lalita?)
• n. movement, motion Uttarar.
⋙ lulitakuṇḍala
○kuṇḍala mfn. having dangling earrings Kathās.
⋙ lulitapallava
○pallava mfn. (a wood) with waving twigs Bhaṭṭ.
⋙ lulitamakaranda
○makaranda mfn. (flowers) whose sap is disturbed (by bees) Veṇis.
⋙ lulitamaṇḍana
○maṇḍana mfn. having ornaments tossed about in confusion MW.
⋙ lulitasrgākula
○srgākula mfn. (a bed) strewn with scattered garlands Ragh.
⋙ lulitākulakeśānta
lulitâkula-keśânta mfn. one whose hair is disordered and dishevelled R.
⋙ lulitālakakeśānta
lulitâlakakeśânta mfn. one whose curls and locks are dishevelled Kathās.
≫ lola
lola mf(ā)n. moving hither and thither, shaking, rolling, tossing, dangling, swinging, agitated, unsteady, restless MBh. Kāv. &c
• changeable, transient, inconstant, fickle Kāv. Kathās.
• desirous, greedy, lustful, (ifc.) eagerly desirous of or longing for (loc., inf. or comp.) Kāv. Var. &c. [Page 905, Column 2]
• m. the penis Gal.
• N. of a man MārkP.
• (ā), f. the tongue L.
• lightning Prab. (v. l.)
• 'the fickle or changeable one', N. of the goddess of fortune or Lakshmī Pañcar.
• of Dākshāyaṇi in Utpalâvartaka Cat.
• of the mother of the Daitya Madhu R.
• of a Yoginī Hcat.
• of two metres Chandom. Col.
• (ī), f. (in music) a kind of composition Saṃgīt.
⋙ lolakarṇa
○karṇa mf(ī)n. listening to everybody Rājat.
⋙ lolakuṇḍala
○kuṇḍala mfn. having dangling or pendent earrings MW.
⋙ lolaghaṭa
○ghaṭa (?), the wind ib.
⋙ lolacakṣus
○cakṣus mfn. having a rolling eye W.
• looking wantonly upon (loc.) Śiś.
⋙ lolajihva
○jihva mfn. having a rolling or restless tongue, insatiable, greedy W.
⋙ lolatā
○tā f
⋙ lolatva
○tva n. movableness, fickleness, restlessness, wantonness, cupidity, eager desire Kāv. Sāh. Suśr.
⋙ lolanayana
⋙ lolanetra
○netra and mfn. having rolling eyes W.
⋙ lolalocana
○locana mfn. having rolling eyes W.
⋙ lolalāṅgūla
○lāṅgūla n. 'wagging tail', N. of a hymn in praise of Hanumat
⋙ lolalola
○lola mfn. being in constant motion, ever restless, Śāntiś
⋙ lolākṣikā
lolâkṣikā or f. (a woman) with a rolling eye Kāv.
⋙ lolākṣī
lolâkṣī f. (a woman) with a rolling eye Kāv.
⋙ lolāpāṅga
lolâpâṅga mfn. having tremulous or quivering outer corners (said of eyes) MW.
⋙ lolārka
lolârka m. a form of the sun VāmP.
⋙ lolekṣaṇa
lolêkṣaṇa mf(ā)n. = lola-nayana Hāsy.
⋙ loloṣṭha
lol'-oṣṭha mfn. having moving or restless lips Śiś.
≫ lolat
lolat mf(anti)n. moving to and fro, rolling &c. (cf. √lul)
⋙ lolatkasāṅguli
○kasâṅguli mfn. having restless or tremulous fingers Pañcar.
≫ lolad
lolad in comp. for lolat
⋙ loladbhuja
○bhuja mfn. having swinging arms Śiś.
≫ lolana
lolana m. pl. N. of a people MārkP.
≫ lolita
lolita mfn. (fr. Caus.) moved hither and thither, shaken, agitated, tremulous Śiś.
lulāpa m. a buffalo Hcat. Dhūrtan.
⋙ lulāpakanda
○kanda m. a kind of plant with a tuberous √cf. L
⋙ lulāpakāntā
○kāntā f. a buffalo cow L. ....
≫ lulāya
lulāya m. a buffalo Bālar.
⋙ lulāyaketu
○ketu m. 'haying a buffalo for an emblem', N. of a Gaṇa of Śiva Harav.
⋙ lulāyalakṣman
○lakṣman m. id., N. of Yama Bālar.
luśa m. N. of a Ṛishi with the patr. Dhānāka (author of RV. x, 35 ; 36) PañcavBr.
≫ luśākapi
luśākapi m. N. of a man ib.
luṣ (cf. √lūs), cl. 1. P. loṣati, to rob, steal Dhātup. ix, 42
luṣa m. the son of a Nishāda and a Chāṇakī L.
luṣabha m. an elephant in rut Uṇ. iii, 124 Sch.
lusta n. the end of a bow L.
luh (cf. √lubh), cl. I. P. lohati, to covet Dhātup. xxvi, 128. (cf. Vop.)
lū 1
cl. 9. P. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxxi, 13) lunā́ti, lunīte (Ved. also lunoti pf. lulāva Kathās.
• 2. sg. lulavitha Pāṇ. 6-1, 196 Sch.
• 2. pl. luluvidhve or ○viḍhve ib. viii, 3, 79 Sch.
• aor. alāviit, alaviṣṭa Gr
• fut. lavitā, laviṣyati, ○te ib.
• inf. lavitum ib.
• ind. p. lūtvā ib.
-lāvam Kāv.), to cut, sever, divide, pluck, reap, gather TBr. &c. &c
• to cut off, destroy, annihilate Kāv. Rājat.: Pass. lūyate (aor. alāvi), to be cut, Gr.: Caus. lāvayati (aor. alīlavat, ○vata), to cause to cut, Gr.: Desid. of Caus. lilāvayiṣati ib.: Desid. lulūṣati, ○te ib.: Intens. lOluyate, loloti ib.: Desid. of Intens. lolūyiṣate (ind. p. ○yam) ib. [Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. so-luo, solvo ; [905, 2] Goth fra-liusan ; Germ. vir-lisosan, ver-lieren ; Angl. Sax. for-leósan ; Eng. lose.]
≫ lava
⋙ lavana
lavana &c. p. 898, cols. 2, 3
≫ lāva
lāva mf(ī)n. (ifc.) cutting, cutting off, plucking, reaping, gathering Ragh. Sāh.
• cutting to pieces, destroying, killing Bhaṭṭ.
≫ lāvaka
lāvaka m. a cutter, reaper Śaṃk. MārkP.
≫ lāvin
lāvin puṣpa-l○
≫ lāvya
lāvya mfn. to be cut or reaped &c. Pāṇ. 3-1, 125 Sch.
≫ lū 2
mfn. cutting, dividing &c. Pāṇ. 6-4, 83 Sch. (cf eka-lū)
≫ lūta
lūta mfn. = pūrva-vicchinna TS. (cf. Sch.)
≫ lūna
lūna mfn. cut, cut off, severed, lopped, clipped, reaped, plucked MBh. Kāv. &c
• nibbled off Hit.
• knocked out Kathās.
• stung Rājat.
• pierced, wounded Ragh.
• destroyed, annihilated Rājat.
• n. a tail L. (cf. lūma)
⋙ lūnaduṣkṛta
○duṣkṛta mfn. one who has destroyed or annihilated his sins Rājat. [Page 905, Column 3]
⋙ lūnados
○dos m. N. of Vṛishāna (one of Śiva's attendants) L.
⋙ lūnapakṣa
○pakṣa mfn. one whose wings have been clipped R.
⋙ lūnabāhu
○bāhu mfn. one whose arms have been cut off Kathās.
⋙ lūnamāṃsa
○māṃsa mfn. one whose flesh is stung by (instr.) Rājat.
⋙ lūnayavam
○yavam ind. after the barley has been cut, after barley-harvest, g. tiṣṭhad-gu
⋙ lūnaviṣa
○viṣa mfn. having poison in the tail L.
≫ lūnaka
lūnaka m. cut, divided &c. (= bhinna or bhedita) L.
• m. an animal L.
• a cut, wound, anything cut or broken W.
• sort, species, difference W.
≫ lūni
lūni f. the act of cutting or reaping &c. Pāṇ. 8-2, 44 Vārtt. 1 Pat.
• rice (= vrīhi) Uṇ. iv, 105 Sch.
≫ lūnī
lūnī mfn. (fr. next) Pāṇ. 6-1, 112 Sch.
≫ lūnīya
lūnīya Nom. (fr. lūna) ib.
≫ lūyamāna
lūyamāna mfn. being cut or plucked or gathered
⋙ lūyamānayavam
○yavam ind. when the barley is cut, g. tiṣṭhad-gu
≫ loluva
loluva mfn. (fr. Intens.) cutting much or often Pāṇ. 1-1, 4 Sch.
≫ lolūya
lolūya mfn. (fr. id.) = prec. Vop. xxvi. 29
• (a), f. next
≫ lolūyā
lolūyā f. determination to cut W.
⋙ lolūyāvat
○vat mfn. resolved to cut or cut off ib.
lūkṣá mfn. = rūkṣa, rough, harsh TS. ĀpŚr.
lūtā f. a spider Mn. Var. Suśr. &c
• an ant L.
• a kind of cutaneous disease (said to be produced by the moisture from a spider) Rājat.
⋙ lūtātantu
○tantu m. a spider's web, cobweb MW.
⋙ lūtāpaṭṭa
○paṭṭa m. a spider's egg L.
⋙ lūtāmaya
○"ṣmaya (lūtâm○), m. the skin disease called lūtā Rājat.
⋙ lūtāmarkaṭaka
○markaṭaka m. (only L.) an ape
• Arabian jasmine
• = putrī
⋙ lūtāri
○"ṣri (lūtâri), m. 'spider-enemy', a kind of shrub L.
≫ lūtāta
lūtāta m. an ant L.
≫ lūtikā
lūtikā f. a spider L.
lūma n. a tail, a hairy tail(as a horse's or monkey's) L. (cf. lūna)
⋙ lūmaviṣa
○viṣa m. 'having poison in the tail', an animal that stings with the tail (as a scorpion) L.
≫ lūman
lūman n. = lūma L.
lūluka m. a frog L.
lūṣ (cf. √luṣ and rūṣ), cl. 1. P. lūṣati, to adom, decorate Dhātup. xvii, 26
• cl. 10. P. lūṣayati (aor. alūluṣat), to hurt, injure, kill Dhātup. xxxii, 70
• to steal, xxxii, 27 (cf. Vop.)
≫ lūṣa
lūṣa arka-l○
lūha mfn. bad (?) L.
• N. of a man Buddh.
≫ lūhasudatta
lūha-sudatta m. N. of a man (= lūha) Buddh.
(in gram.) N. of the terminations of the Conditional Mood or N. of that Mood itself
ḷṭ (in gram.) N. of the terminations of the Second Future or N. of that Tense itself
léka m. (said to be) N. of an Āditya TS.
lekuñcika mṆ. of a man Buddh.
lekha lekhana, lekhin &c. p. 901, cols. 2, 3
leṭ (in gram.) N. of the terminations of the Vedic Subjunctive Mood or N. of that Mood itself
leṭa m. N. of a partic. mixed caste BrahmaP.
leṭya or loṭya Nom. P. ○yati, to deceive
• to be first
• to sleep
• to shine, g. kaṇḍv-ādi
leḍhṛ p. 903, col. 1
leṇḍa (cf. laṇḍa) excrement BhP.
leta m. n. (cf. lota) tears L.
ledarī f. N. of a river Rājat.
lep cl. 1. Ā. lepate, to go
• to serve Dhātup. x, 11
lepa lepana, lepin &c. p. 902, eol. 3. [Page 906, Column 1] Contents of this page
leya m. (fr. Gk. ?, ) the sign of the zodiac Leo, [906, 1] VarBṛS.
lelāya (either a kind of Intens. fr. √, or Nom. fr. lelā, next.), P. Ā. lelā́yati, ○te (pr. p. lelāyántī gen. leláyatas
• impf. álelāyat, lelāyat
• pf. lelā́ya), to move to and fro. quiver, tremble, shake MaitrS. TS. Br. Up. ĀpŚr. [Cf. Goth. reiraith.]
≫ lelā
lelā f. (only instr. leláyā, above.) quivering, flickering, shaking about ŚBr.
≫ lelāyamānā
lelāyamānā f. N. of one of the seven tongues of fire MuṇḍUp.
lelitaka or lelītaka m. or n. (?) sulphur Car.
leliha ○hāna &c. p. 903, col, 1
lelya p. 903, col. 2
levāra m. N. of an Agra-hāra Rājat.
leśa leśya, leṣṭavya &c. p. 903, col. 1
lesaka or lesika m. a rider on an elephant L.
leha lehana &c. p. 903, col. 1
laikha m. patr. fr. lekha g. śivâdi
≫ laikhābhreya
laikhābhreya m. patr. fr. lekhâbhra or metron. fr. lekhā-bhrū g. śubhrâdi
laigavāyana m. a patr. fr. ligu g. naḍâdi
≫ laigavya
laigavya m. id., g. gargâdi
≫ laigavyāyanī
laigavyāyanī f. a patr. fr. laigavya g. lohitâdi
laiṅga mf(ī)n. (fr. liṅga) relating to grammatical gender Pat.
• (ī), f. a species of plant L.
• n. N. of a Purāṇa and an Upapurāṇa
⋙ laiṅgadhūma
○dhūma m. an ignorant priest (who does not know the god, metre &c. of Vedic hymns) L.
⋙ laiṅgodbhava
laiṅgôdbhava n. (the tale of) the origin of the Liṅga Bālar.
≫ laiṅgika
laiṅgika mfn. based upon a characteristic mark or evidence or proof. Sāy.
• m. a sculptor Kap. Sch.
⋙ laiṅgikabhāvavāda
○bhāva-vāda m. N. of wk
≫ laiṅgīka
laiṅgīka wṛ. for laiṅgika
laiṇ cl. 1. P. laiṇati, to go
• to send
• to embrace Dhātup. xiii, 15 (wṛ. for paiṇ)
laiśika n. the offence of a monk who taking advantage of an apparent transgression committed by a fellow monk wrongfully accuses him of it Buddh.
lo mfn. (fr. lavaya
• nom. laus) Pāṇ. 1-i, 58 Vārtt. 2 Pat.
• m. N. of a man Rājat.
lok (connected with √1. ruc), cl. 1. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. iv, 2), lokate (pf. luloke Bhaṭṭ.
• inf. -lokitum Kathās.), to see, behold, perceive: Caus. or cl. 10. (cf. Dhātup. xxxiii, 103) lokayati (aor. alulokat), id. ŚBr. Sāh.
• to know, recognize R. LiṅgaP. [Cf. Eng. look.]
≫ loka
loká m. (connected with roka
• in the oldest texts loka is generally preceded by u, which accord. to the Padap. = the particle 3. u
• but u may be a prefixed vowel and uloká, a collateral dialectic form of loka
• accord. to others u-loka is abridged from uru- or ava-loka), free or open space, room, place, scope, free motion RV. AV. Br. ĀŚvŚr. (acc. with √kṛ or √ or anu-, to make room grant freedom'
loke with gen. 'instead of')
• intermediate space Kauś.
• a tract, region, district, country, province ŚBr.
• the wide space or world (either 'the universe' or, any division of it', esp. 'the sky or heaven' ; 3 Lokas are commonly enumerated, viz. heaven, earth, and the atmosphere or lower regions ; sometimes only the first two ; but a fuller classification gives 7 worlds, viz. Bhū-lṭloka, the earth ; Bhuvar-lṭloka' the space between the earth and sun inhabited by Munis, Siddhas &c. ; Svar-lṭloka, Indra's heaven above the sun or between it and the polar star ; Mahar-lṭloka, a region above the polar star and inhabited by Bhṛigo and other saints who survive the destruction of the 3 lower worlds ; Janar-lṭloka, inhabited by Brahmā's son Sanat-kumāra &c. ; Tapar-lṭloka, inhṭinhabited by deified Vairāgins ; Satya-lṭloka or Brahma-lṭloka, abode of Brahmā, translation to which exempts from rebirth [Page 906, Column 2] ; elsewhere these 7 worlds are described as earth, sky, heaven, middle region, place of re-births, mansion of the blest, and abode of truth ; sometimes 14 worlds are mentioned, viz. the 7 above, and 7 lower regions called in the order of their descent below the earthA -tala, Vi-tṭtala, Su-tṭtala, Rasātṭtala, Talātṭtala, Mahā-tṭtala, and Pātāla ; cf. RTL. 102, n. 1 IW. 420, 1 ; 435, 1) AV. &c. &c
• N. of the number 'seven' (cf. above) VarBṛS. Sch.
• the earth or world of human beings &c. Mn. MBh. &c. (ayáṃ lokáḥ, this world'
asaú or páro lokáḥ, that or the other world'
• loke or iha loke, 'here on earth', opp. to para-tra, para-loke &c
kṛtsne loke, 'on the whole earth')
• (also pl.) the inhabitants of the world, mankind, folk, people (sometimes opp. to 'king') Mn. MBh. &c
• (pl.) men (as opp. to 'women') Vet. Hit.
• a company, community (of ten ifc. to form collectives) Kāv. Vas. Kathās. &c
• ordinary life, worldly affairs, common practice or usage GṛS. Nir. Mn. &c. (loke either 'in ordinary life', 'in worldly matters'
• or, in common language, in popular speech', as opp. to vede, chandasi)
• the faculty of seeing, sight (only in cákṣur-l○, q.v.)
lokānāṃ sāmanī du. and lokānāṃ vratāni plṆ. of Sāmans ĀrshBr. [Cf. Lat. lūsus, originally, a clearing of a forest' ; Lith. laúkas, a field.]
⋙ lokakaṇṭaka
○kaṇṭaka m. 'man-thorn', a wicked man (who is a 'curse' to his fellow-men) Mn. MBh. R.
• N. of Rāvaṇa MW.
⋙ lokakathā
○kathā f. a popular legend or fable ib.
⋙ lokakartṛ
○kartṛ m. 'world-creator' (N. applied to Vishṇu and Śiva as well as to Brahmā) MBh. R.
⋙ lokakalpa
○kalpa mfn. resembling or appearing like the world, becoming manifested in the form of the world BhP.
• regarded by the world, considered by men as (nom.) ib.
• m. a period or age of the world ib.
⋙ lokakānta
○kānta mfn. world-loved, liked by every one, pleasing to all MBh. R.
• (ā), f. a kind of medicinal herb L.
⋙ lokakāma
○kāma mfn. longing for a partic. world MBh.
⋙ lokakāmyā
○kāmyā f. love towards, men ib.
⋙ lokakāra
○kāra m. creator of the world (N. of Śiva), Śiva). Śivag.
⋙ lokakāraṇakaraṇa
○kāraṇakaraṇa n. cause of the causes of the world (N. of Śiva) MW.
⋙ lokakṛt
○kṛt (also uloka-k○), mfn. making or creating free space, setting free RV. AV. TS. &c
• m. the creator of the world MBh. R. MārkP.
⋙ lokakṛtnu
○kṛtnú mfn. creating space RV. (prob. uloka-k○)
⋙ lokakṣit
○kṣit mfn. inhabiting heaven ChUp.
⋙ lokagati
○gati f. 'way of the world', actions of men Hariv. R.
⋙ lokagāthā
○gāthā f. a verse or song (handed down orally) among men Sarvad.
⋙ lokaguru
○guru m. a teacher of the world, instructor of the people R. BhP.
⋙ lokacākṣus
○câkṣus n. 'eye of the world', the sun L. (accord. to some m.)
• pl. the eyes of men, Sah
⋙ lokacara
○cara mfn. wandering through the world MBh.
⋙ lokacāritra
○cāritra n. the way or proceedings of the world R.
⋙ lokacārin
○cārin mfn. = -cara, q.v. MBh.
⋙ lokajananī
○jananī f. 'mother of the world', N. of Lakshmī Cat.
⋙ lokajit
○jít mfn. winning or conquering any region ŚBr.
• winning Heaven (lokajitáṃ svargám = svarga-loka-jitam) AV. Mn.
• m. conqueror of the world W.
• a sage ib.
• N. of a Buddha L.
⋙ lokajña
○jña mfn. knowing the world, understanding men
-tā f. knowledge of the world, knowledge of mankind Prasaṅg.
⋙ lokajyeṣṭha
○jyeṣṭha m. 'the most distinguished or excellent among men', N. of Buddha, Buddha
• a monk of a partic. order ib.
⋙ lokatattva
○tattva n. 'world-truth', knowledge of the world, knowledge of mankind R.
⋙ lokatantra
○tantra n. the system or course of the world MBh. Hariv. Śak. Pur.
⋙ lokatas
○tas ind. by men, from people, from people's talk R. Kathās.
• (ifc.) on the part of the people of (jñāti-l○), on the part of the collective body of relations) VarBṛS.
• as usual or customary in the world ŚāṅkhGṛ.
⋙ lokatā
○tā f. (in tal-lokatā) the being possessed of one's world BhP. (cf. MBh. vii, 6519, read gantā sa-lokatām)
⋙ lokatuṣāra
○tuṣāra m. 'earth's dew', camphor L.
⋙ lokatraya
○traya n. (cf. MBh. Ragh.) or (ī), f. (cf. Kuval.) 'world-triad', the three world (heaven, earth and atmosphere, or heaven, earth and lower regions)
⋙ lokadambhaka
○dambhaka mfn. deceiving the world, cheating mankind Mn. iv, 195
⋙ lokadūṣaṇa
○dūṣaṇa mfn. damaging mankind R.
⋙ lokadvaya
○dvaya n. both world (heaven and earth) Kām. Rājat.
⋙ lokadvāra
○dvāra n. the door or gate of heaven ChUp.
○rīya n. N. of a Sāman KātyŚr. Sch.
⋙ lokadharma
○dharma m. a worldly matter Lalit.
• worldly condition (eight with Buddhists) Dharmas. 6i
⋙ lokadhātu
○dhātu mf. a region or part of the world Buddh.
• N. of a partic. division of the world ib.
○tv-īśvarī f. N. of Māricī, wife of Vairocana, Tantr
⋙ lokadhātṛ
○dhātṛ m. creator of the world (N. of Śiva) MBh.
• (trī), f. N. of the earth(?) Caṇḍ. (perhaps for -dhartrī
⋙ lokadhāriṇī
○dhāriṇī f. N. of the earth TĀr.
⋙ lokanātha
○nātha m. 'lord of worlds', N. of Brahmā Cat. [Page 906, Column 3]
• of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa MBh. BhP.
• of Śiva Kum.
• of the gods in general BhP.
• of the sun Cat.
• a protector or guardian of the people, king, sovereign R. BhP. &c
• a Buddha L.
• N. of a Buddha Rājat.
• of Avalokitêvara ib. Inscr.
• of various authors Cat.
• a panic. mixture Rasêndrac.
• mfn. being under the guardianship of mankind Kāv.
-cakra-vartin m. N. of a Scholiast Cat.
-bhaṭṭa m. N. of an author Cat.
-rasa m. a partic. medicinal preparation Cat.
-śarman m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ lokanāyaka
○nāyaka m. leader of the worlds (the sun) Hcat.
⋙ lokanindita
○nindita mfn. blamed by the world, generally censured Sarvad.
⋙ lokanetṛ
○netṛ m. guide of the world (N. of Śiva) Śivag.
⋙ lokanyāyāmṛta
○nyāyâmṛta n. N. of wk
⋙ lokapa
○pa m. a world-guardian, world-protector (8 in number
l"ṣ-pāla) MBh. BhP.
⋙ lokapakti
○paktí f. the mental evolution of the world ŚBr.
• worldly reward or esteem Jātakam.
⋙ lokapaṅkti
○paṅkti f. wṛ. for prec., Saṃkhyak. Sch.
⋙ lokapati
○pati m. 'lord of the world', N. of Brahmā VarBṛS.
• of Vishṇu BhP.
• a lord or ruler of people, king, sovereign R. BhP.
⋙ lokapatha
○patha m. way of the world, general or usual way or manner MBh.
⋙ lokapaddhati
○paddhati f. general or universal way Sarvad.
⋙ lokaparokṣa
○paro'kṣa mfn. hidden from the world MBh.
⋙ lokapārya
○pārya m. N. of a man Inscr.
⋙ lokapāla
○pālá m. a world-protector, guardian of the world, regent of a quarter of the world (the Loka-pālas are sometimes regarded as the guardian deities of different orders of beings, but more commonly of the four cardinal and four intermediate points of the world, viz. accord. to Mn. v, 96, 1. Indra, of the East
• 2. Agni, of South-east
• 3. Yama, of South
• 4. Sūrya, of South-west
• 5. Varuṇa, of West
• 6. Pavana or Vāyu, of North-west
• 7. Kubera, of North
• 8. Soma or Candra of North-east
• others substitute Nir-ṛiti for 4 and Iśāni or Pṛithivii for 8
• according to Dharmas. the Buddhists enumerate 4 or 8 or 10 or 14 Loka-pālas) ŚBr. &c. &c
• a protector or ruler of the people, king, prince Ragh. Rājat.
• N. of various kings Bhadrab. Col.
• of Avalokitśvara MWB. 198
• protection of the people (?) R.
-tā f. (cf. MārkP.) or -tva n. (cf. Hariv. R.) the being a guardian of the world
○lâṣṭaka-dāna n. N. of wk
⋙ lokapālaka
○pālaka m. a world-protector BhP.
• a king, sovereign ib.
⋙ lokapālinī
○pālinī f. 'world-protectress', N. of Durgā Kautukar.
⋙ lokapitāmaha
○pitāmaha m. 'progenitor of the world, great forefather of mankind', N. of Brahmā R. BhP.
⋙ lokapuṇya
○puṇya N. of a place Rājat.
⋙ lokapuruṣa
○puruṣa m. world-man', the World personified L.
⋙ lokapūjita
○pūjita mfn. honoured by the world, universally worshipped L.
• m. N. of a man Lalit.
⋙ lokaprakāśa
○prákāśa m. and N. of wks
⋙ lokaprakāśaka
○prákāḍśaka n. N. of wks
⋙ lokaprakāśana
○prakāśana m. 'worldilluminator', the sun L.
⋙ lokapratyaya
○pratyaya m. world-currency, universal prevalence (of a custom &c.), Kātyśr
⋙ lokapradīpa
○pradīpa m. 'light of the world', N. of a Buddha Buddh.
○pânvaya-candrikā-nidāna n. N. of wk
⋙ lokapravāda
○pravāda m. popular talk, common saying, commonly used expression R. Hit.
⋙ lokapravāhin
○pravāhin mfn. flowing through the world MBh.
⋙ lokaprasiddha
○prasiddha mfn. celebrated in the world, generally established, universally known Kām.
⋙ lokaprasiddhi
○prasiddhi f. universal establishment or reception (of any custom &c.), general prevalence (○dhyā ind. according to prevalent usage) VarBṛS.
⋙ lokabandhu
○bandhu m. 'universal friend, friend of all', N. of Śiva Śivag.
• of the sun L.
⋙ lokabāndhava
○bāndhava m. 'friend of all', N. of the sun Cat.
⋙ lokabāhya
○bāhya mfn. excluded from the world, excluded from society, excommunicated L.
• differing from the world, singular, eccentric MW.
• m. an outcast ib.
⋙ lokabindusāra
○bindusāra n. N. of the last of the 14 Pūrvas or most ancient Jaina writings L.
⋙ lokabhartṛ
○bhartṛ m. supporter of the people R.
⋙ lokabhāj
○bhā́j mfn. occupying space ŚBr.
⋙ lokabhāvana
○bhāvana (cf. MBh. Hariv. BhP.) or (cf. R.), mfn. promoting the welfare of the world or of men
⋙ lokabhāvin
○bhāḍvin (cf. R.), mfn. promoting the welfare of the world or of men
• world-creating MW.
⋙ lokabhāskara
○bhās-kara m
⋙ lokamanoramā
○manoramā f. N. of wks
⋙ lokamaya
○máya mf(ī)n. containing space or room, spacious ŚBr.
• containing the worlds or the universe Hariv. BhP.
⋙ lokamaryādā
○maryādā f. 'bounds of the w'', popular observarice, established usage or custom, Śaṃikar
⋙ lokamahādevī
○mahā-devī f. N. of a princess Inscr.
⋙ lokamaheśvara
○mahêśvara m. N. of Kṛishṇa Bhag.
⋙ lokamātṛ
○mātṛ f. the mother of the world Sāh. BhP.
• N. of Lakshmi BhP.
• of Gauri Kāv.
⋙ lokamātṛkā
○mātṛkā f. (pl.) the mother of the world Hcat.
⋙ lokamārga
○mārga m. general or universal way, prevalent custom Pañcat.
⋙ lokampṛṇa
○m-pṛṇa mfn. filling the world, penetrating everywhere Bhām.
• (ā́), f. (scil. iṣṭakā), N. of the bricks used for building the sacrificial altar (set up with the formula lokám pṛna &c., those which have a peculiar formula being called yajuṣ-matī, q.v.) ŚBr. TS. ĀpŚr. Jaim. [Page 907, Column 1] Contents of this page
• (scil. ṛc), N. of the formula lokám pṛṇa &c. ŚBr. TS. KātyŚr.
⋙ lokayātrā
○yātrā f. the business and traffic of men, worldly affairs, conduct of men, ordinary actions Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c
• worldly existence, career in life Mālav.
• support of life Hit.
⋙ lokayātrika
○yātrika mfn. relating to the business or traffic of the world MW. (said to be also employed to explain the word devayu L.)
⋙ lokarakṣa
○rakṣa m. protector of the people', a king, sovereign (○kṣâdhirāja m. a king supreme over all rulers) R.
⋙ lokarañjana
○rañjana n. pleasing the world, satisfying men, gaining public confidence Yājñ. Comm.
⋙ lokarava
○rava m. the talk of the world, popular report MBh.
⋙ lokalekha
○lekha m. an ordinary letter Cat.
⋙ lokalocana
○locana n. (accord. to some m.), 'eye of the world', the sun Vās. BhP.
• pl. the eyes of men Kathās.
○nâpāta m. the glancing of men's eyes, i.e. the prying eyes of men ib.
⋙ lokavacana
○vacana n. people's talk public rumour Pañcat. -1
⋙ lokavat
○vat mfn. containing the worlds MaitrUp. - 2
⋙ lokavat
○vat ind. as in the ordinary life Jaim. TPrāt. Comm.
⋙ lokavartana
○vartana n. the means by which the world subsists Kathās.
⋙ lokavāda
○vāda m. the talk of the world, public rumour MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ lokavādhin
○vādhin mfn. occupying space, Śulbas.
⋙ lokavārttā
○vārttā f. the world's news, popular report or rumour Cat.
⋙ lokavikruṣṭa
○vikruṣṭa mfn. abused by the world, universally blamed or contemned Mn.
⋙ lokavijñāta
○vijñāta mfn. universally known Pat.
⋙ lokavid
○vid mfn. possessing or affording space or freedom MaitrS.
• knowing the world MBh.
• knowledge or understanding the world (N. of a Buddha) Buddh.
⋙ lokavidviṣṭa
○vidviṣṭa mfn. hated by men, universally hate, l Mn. Yājñ. R.
⋙ lokavidhi
○vidhi m. the creator of the world, disposer of the universe MBh.
• order or mode of proceeding prevalent in the world BhP.
⋙ lokavināyaka
○vināyaka m. pl. a partic. class of deities presiding over diseases VahniP.
⋙ lokavindu
○vindu mfn. possessing or creating or affording space or freedom TāṇḍyaBr.
⋙ lokaviruddha
○viruddha mfn. opposed to public opinion, notoriously at variance Vām.
⋙ lokavirodha
○virodha mfn. opposed to the people's opinion R.
⋙ lokaviśruta
○viśruta mfn. universally celebrated, famous Mn. R.
⋙ lokaviśruti
○viśruti f. worldwide fame, notoriety W.
• unfounded rumour or report ib.
⋙ lokavisarga
○visarga m. the end of the world MBh.
• the creation of the world BhP.
⋙ lokavisargika
○visargika mf(ī)n. bringing about or leading to the creation of the world MBh.
⋙ lokavisargin
○visargin mfn. creating the world ib.
⋙ lokavistāra
○vistāra m. universal spreading, general extension or diffusion Kull. on Mn. vii, 33 (vḷ. loke v○)
⋙ lokavīra
○vīra m. pl. the world's heroes BhP.
⋙ lokavṛtta
○vṛtta n. a universal custom Mn. Śak.
• the conduct of the common people or of the public MBh.
• worldly intercourse, idle conversation W.
⋙ lokavṛttānta
○vṛttânta m. the events or occurrences of the world, course or proceedings of the world R. Śak.
⋙ lokavyavahāra
○vyavahāra m. id. Kull. on Mn. ix, 27
• usual or commonly current designation Pāṇ. 1-2, 53 Sch.
⋙ lokavrata
○vrata n. general practice or way of proceeding, genṭgeneral mode of life BhP.
• N. of several Sāmans ĀrshBr.
⋙ lokaśabda
○śabda m. the noise of the world, bustle of the day Dhūrtan.
⋙ lokaśruti
○śruti f. world-wide fame, universal notoriety R.
• a popular report A.
⋙ lokaśreṣṭha
○śreṣṭha mfn. best in the world Mālatīm.
⋙ lokasaṃvṛtti
○saṃvṛtti f. right conduct (in the world) Divyâv.
⋙ lokasaṃvyavahāra
○saṃvyavahāra m. commerce or intercourse with the world, worldly business Mn. MārkP.
-nāmakâṅka m. N. of wk
⋙ lokasaṃsṛti
○saṃsṛti f. passage through worlds, course through the world, events of the world or life BhP.
⋙ lokasaṃskṛta
○saṃ-skṛta (?), N. of wk
⋙ lokasaṃkara
○saṃkara m. confusion of mankind or among men R.
⋙ lokasaṃkṣaya
○saṃkṣaya m. the destruction of the world MBh.
⋙ lokasaṃgraha
○saṃgraha m. experience gained from intercourse with men Cat.
• the propitiation or conciliation of men Bhag. R. (v. l.) BhP.
• the whole of the universe, aggregate of worlds VP.
• the welfare of the world MW.
• N. of wk
⋙ lokasaṃgrāhin
○saṃgrāhin mfn. propitiating men Kām.
⋙ lokasani
○sáni mfn. causing room or space, effecting a free course VS. Vait.
⋙ lokasampanna
○sampanna mfn. experienced in the world, possessed of worldly wisdom MBh.
⋙ lokasākṣika
○sākṣika mfn. having the world as a witness, attested by the world or by others MBh.
• (am), ind. before or in the presence of witnesses ib. R.
⋙ lokasākṣin
○sākṣin m. witness of the world, universal witness (said of Brahman, of Fire &c.) R. Cat.
• mfn. = -sākṣika above Hariv.
⋙ lokasāgara
○sāgara m. N. of wk
⋙ lokasāt
○sāt ind. for the general good, for the sake of the public
-kṛta mfn. made or done for the genṭgeneral good, made common property Kathās.
⋙ lokasādhaka
○sādhaka mfn. creating worlds Cat.
⋙ lokasādhāraṇa
○sâdhāraṇa mfn. common (as a topic.) Daś.
⋙ lokasāman
○sāman n. N. of a Sāman Lāṭy.
⋙ lokasāraṅga
○sāraṅga m. N. of Vishṇu MBh.
⋙ lokasiddha
○siddha mfn. world-established, current among the people, usual, common Sarvad. [Page 907, Column 2]
• universally admitted, generally received MW.
⋙ lokasīmātivartin
○sīmâtivartin mfn. passing beyond ordinary limits, extraordinary, supernatural Sāh.
⋙ lokasundara
○sundara mf(ī)n. thought beautiful by all, generally admired R.
• m. N. of a Buddha Lalit.
⋙ lokasthala
○sthala n. an incident of ordinary life, common or ordinary occurrence L.
⋙ lokasthiti
○sthiti f. duration or existence of the world Kāv.
• a universal law, generally established rule Śaṃk. on BṛĀrUp.
⋙ lokaspṛt
○spṛ́t mfn. = -sáni above TS.
⋙ lokasmṛt
○smṛt mfn. v. l. for prec. (accord. to Comm. = pṛthivii-lokasya-smartā) MaitrUp.
⋙ lokahāsya
○hāsya mfn. world-derided, universally ridiculous, any object of general ridicule
-tā f. state of being so Kathās.
⋙ lokahita
○hita mfn. beneficial to the world or to mankind, A.
• n. the welfare of the world Śak. BhP.
⋙ lokākāśa
lokâkāśa m. space, sky Sarvad.
• (accord. to the Jainas) a worldly region, the abode of unliberated beings MW.
⋙ lokākṣi
lokâkṣi (cf. VP.) or (cf. Cat.), m. 'eye of the world', N. of a preceptor
⋙ lokākṣin
lokâḍkṣin (cf. Cat.), m. 'eye of the world', N. of a preceptor
⋙ lokācāra
lokâcāra m. usage or practice of the world, common practice, general or popular custom Pañcat.
⋙ lokācārya
lokâcārya m. N. of an author Cat.
-siddhânta m. N. of wk
⋙ lokātiga
lokâtiga (cf. Sāh.) or (cf. ib.) þor (cf. ib.) þor (cf. Kād.), mfn. = loka-sīmâtivartin above
⋙ lokātiśaya
lokâḍtiśaya (cf. ib.) or (cf. Kād.), mfn. = loka-sīmâtivartin above
⋙ lokātita
lokâḍtita (cf. Kād.), mfn. = loka-sīmâtivartin above
⋙ lokātman
lokâtman m. the soul of the universe R.
⋙ lokādi
lokâdi m. the beginning. of the world, i.e. the creator of the world MBh.
⋙ lokādhāra
lokâdhāra mf(ā)n. depending on the people or on the support of the people Pañcat. Kām.
⋙ lokādhika
lokâdhika mfn. extraordinary, uncommon Kir. Bhām.
⋙ lokādhipa
lokâdhipa m. a ruler of the world, a god. Buddh.
• a king A.
⋙ lokādhipati
lokâdhipati m. the ruler or lord of the world Up.
○teya n. conduct suited to public opinion Jātakam.
⋙ lokānanda
lokânanda m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ lokānukampaka
lokânukampaka mfn. pitying the world Lalit.
⋙ lokānugraha
lokânugraha m. the welfare of the world, prosperity of mankind Kāv.
-pravṛtta m. N. of Gautama Buddha Divyâv.
⋙ lokānurāga
lokânurāga m. the love of mankind, universal love or benevolence Sāh.
⋙ lokānuvṛtta
lokânuvṛtta n. obedience of the people Kāv.
⋙ lokānuvṛtti
lokânuvṛtti f. accommodating one's self to other, dependence on others Siś.
⋙ lokāntara
lokântara n. another world, the next world, a future life (○raṃgam or √, to go into the next world, die) Kāv. BhP., &c
-gata (cf. Rājat.), -prâpta (cf. W.), or -stha (cf. Mṛicch.), mfn. gone to another world, deceased, dead
⋙ lokāntarika
lokântarika mf(ā)n. dwelling or situated between the worlds Buddh.
⋙ lokāntarita
lokântarita mfn. deceased, dead Kād.
⋙ lokāntādri
lokântâdri m. the range of mountains forming a border round the world (= lokâloka below, cf. cakra-vāla) L.
⋙ lokāpavāda
lokâpavāda m. the reproach or censure of the world, general evil report, public scandal MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ lokābhidhāna
lokâbhidhāna n. N. of wk
⋙ lokābhibhāvin
lokâbhibhāvin mfn. overcoming the world MW.
• overspreading or pervading the world (said of light) ib.
⋙ lokābhilaṣita
lokâbhilaṣita mfn. world-desired, universally coveted, generally liked
• m. N. of Buddha Lalit. (wṛ. ○lāṣita)
⋙ lokābhilāṣita
lokâbhilāṣita (wṛ. for prec.) or m. N. of a Buddha Buddh.
⋙ lokābhilāṣin
lokâbhilāḍṣin m. N. of a Buddha Buddh.
⋙ lokābhyudaya
lokâbhyudaya m. the prosperity of the world, general welfare Ragh.
⋙ lokāyata
lokâyata mfn. 'world-extended (?)', materialistic
• m. a materialist Buddh. Nīlak. Āryav. (○tī-√kṛ P. -karoti, to consider as materialistic)
• n. (scil. śāstra or mata or tantra), materialism, the system of atheistical philosophy (taught by Cārvāka) Prab. Sarvad. &c
⋙ lokāyatana
lokâyatana (l), m. a materialist Col.
⋙ lokāyatika
lokâyatika m. id. Saṃk.on BṛĀrUp. and PraśnUp. &c
• (perhaps) a man experienced in the ways of the world MBh. Hariv.
-pakṣa-nirāsa m. N. of wk
⋙ lokāyana
lokâyana m. 'refuge of the world', N. of Nārāyaṇa Hariv.
⋙ lekāryapañcāśat
lekârya-pañcāśat f. N. of a Stotra
⋙ lokāloka
lokâloka n. sg. or m. du. (also m. sg. ?) the world and that which is not the world, i.e. world and nonworld MBh. Pur.
• m. N. of a mythical belt or circle of mountains surrounding the outermost of the seven seas and dividing the visible world from the region of darkness (as the sun is within this wall of mountains they are light on one side and dark on the other
IW. 420
• cf. cakra-vāla) Sūryas. Ragh. Pur. &c
⋙ lokālokin
lokâlokin mfn. looking through the worlds Śiś.
⋙ lokavekṣaṇa
lokavêkṣaṇa n. consideration for the world, anxiety or care for the welfare of the public Rājat.
⋙ lokeśa
lokêśa m. lord of the world KaushUp. Mn. R. &c
• N. of Brahmā L.
• of a Buddha Buddh. W.
• quicksilver L.
-kara m. N. of a commentator Cat.
-prabhavâpyaya mfn. having both origin and end subject to the lords of the world MW.
⋙ lokeśvara
lokêśvará m. the lord of the world ŚBr. MBh. R.
• N. of a Bnddha (also ○ra-rāja) W. Buddh.
• of Avalokitêśvara Inscr. [Page 907, Column 3]
-śataka n. N. of a poem
○râtmajā f. 'Lokêśvara's daughter', N. of a Buddhist goddess L.
⋙ lokeṣṭakā
lokêṣṭakā f. N. of partic. bricks ĀpŚr. (cf. logêṣṭakā́)
⋙ lokeṣṭi
lokêṣṭi f. N. of a partic. Ishṭi ĀśvŚr.
⋙ lokaikabandhu
lokâika-bandhu m. 'the only friend of the world', N. of Gotama and of Śākya-muni W.
⋙ lokaiṣaṇā
lokâiṣaṇā́ f. desire or longing after heaven ŚBr. NṛisUp. &c
⋙ lokoktamuktāvalī
lokôkta-muktâvalī f. N. of wk
⋙ lokokti
lokôkti f. people's talk Pañcad.
• a general or common saying. any saying commonly current among men, proverb Pañcat.
⋙ lokottara
lokôttara mf(ā)n. excelling or surpassing the world, beyond what is common or general, unusual, extraordinary Kathās. Rājat. &c
• (ibc.), ind. HPariś.
• m. an uncommon person Uttarar.
• m. orn. (?) N. of wk
-parivarta m. N. of wk
-vādin m. pl. N. of a Buddhist school (prob. so called from their pretending to be superior to or above the rest of the world) Buddh.
⋙ lokoddhāra
lokôddhāra n. N. of a Tīrtha MBh.
⋙ lokopakāra
lokôpakāra m. a public advantage Pañcad.
○rin mfn. useful to the public ib.
≫ lokana
lokana n. the act of looking, seeing, viewing MW.
≫ lokanīya
lokanīya mfn. to be seen or perceived, visible, worthy of being looked at W.
≫ lokita
lokita mfn. seen, beheld, viewed ib.
≫ lokin
lokín mfn. possessing a world, possessing the best world ŚBr. ChUp.
• m. pl. the inhabitants of the universe MuṇḍUp.
≫ lokya
lokyá mf(ā)n. granting a free sphere of action, bestowing freedom ĀśvGṛ.
• diffused over the world, world-wide MBh. (C. loukya)
• conducive to the attainment of a better world, heavenly BhP.
• customary, ordinary. correct, right, real, actual ŚBr. MBh.
• usual, every-day MBh.
• n. free space or sphere ŚBr.
⋙ lokyata
○ta (lokya), f. the attainment of a better world ŚBr.
logá m. (perhaps connected with √1. ruj) a clod of earth, lump of clay, clod RV. ŚBr. (= loṣṭa Sāy.)
⋙ logākṣa
logâkṣa m. 'clod-eyed', N. of a man (cf. laugākṣi)
⋙ logeṣṭakā
logêṣṭakā́ f. a brick made from a lump of clay ŚBr.
loc (connected with √ruc and √lok), cl. 1. Ā. (Dhātup. vi, 3) locate (pf. luloce
• fut. locitā &c., Gr.), to see, behold, perceive (see, ā- and nir-√loc): Caus. or cl. 10. P. locayati (aor. alulocat), to speak
• to shine (bhāṣârthe, or bhāsârthe) Dhātup. xxxiii, 104: Desid. lulociṣate Gr.: Intens. lolocyate ib.
≫ loca
loca m. sight(?) MW.
• n. tears L. (cf. lota)
⋙ locamarkaṭa
○markaṭa or m. cock's comb, Celosia Cristata L.
⋙ locamastaka
○mastaka m. cock's comb, Celosia Cristata L.
⋙ locamālaka
○mālaka m. a dream before midnight L.
≫ locaka
locaka mfn. 'gazing, staring', stupid, senseless L.
• one whose food is milk L.
• m. the pupil of the eye Śiś.
• (only L.) lamp-black
• a dark or black dress
• a lump of flesh
• a partic. ornament worn by women on the forehead
• a partic. ear-ornament
• a bow-string
• a wrinkled skin or contracted eyebrow
• the cast-off skin of a snake
• the plantain tree, Musa Sapientum
• (ikā), f. a kind of pastry L.
≫ locana
locana mfn. illuminating, brightening BhP.
• m. N. of an author Cat.
• (ā or ī), f. N. of a Buddhist goddess Dharmas. 4
• (ī), f. a species of plant L.
• n. (ifc. f. ā), organ of sight', the eye MBh. Kāv. &c
• N. of wk
⋙ locanakāra
○kāra m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ locanagocara
○gocara m. the range or horizon of the eye
• mf(ā)n. being within the range of vision, visible Bhartṛ.
⋙ locanatrayapatha
○traya-patha m. the range of the three eyes (of Śiva) Ratnâv.
⋙ locanapatha
○patha m. = -gocara Amar.
⋙ locanaparuṣa
○paruṣa mfn. looking fiercely Daś.
⋙ locanapāta
○pāta v. l. for locanâpāta, q.v
⋙ locanamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of eyes Kād.
⋙ locanamārga
○mārga m. = gocara MW.
⋙ locanahita
○hita mfn. useful for the eyes
• (ā), f. a kind of medicinal preparation L.
• Dolichos Uinflorus L.
⋙ locanāñcala
locanâñcala m. (ifc. f. ā) a corner of the eye Bhartṛ.
⋙ locanānanda
locanânanda m. delight of the eye Kathās.
⋙ locanāpāta
locanâpāta m. 'eye-fall', a glance Kathās.
⋙ locanāmaya
locanâmaya m. eye-disease L.
⋙ locanoḍḍāraka
locanôḍḍāraka m. or n. (?) N. of a village Rājat.
⋙ locanotsa
locanôtsa m. or n. (?) N. of a place ib.
loṭ 1
loṭ (or loḍ), cl. 1. P. loṭati or loḍati, to be mad or foolish Dhātup. ix, 74
loṭ 2
loṭ (in gram.) N. of the terminations of the Imperative and N. of that Mood itself
loṭa upa- and śaka-l○
• (ā), f. sorrel L.
≫ loṭikā
loṭikā f. sorrel L.
• N. of a princess Rājat.
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loṭya leṭya, p. 905, col. 3
loṭha loṭhaka &c. p. 904, col. 1
loḍ √1. loṭ
loḍana loḍita, p. 904, col. 2
loḍya aṅka-l○, aṅga-l○ &c
loṇa in comp. for lavaṇa
⋙ loṇatṛra
○tṛra n. a species of grass L.
⋙ loṇāmlā
loṇâmlā f. Oxalis Pusilla L.
≫ loṇā
loṇā f. -lonâmlā L.
≫ loṇāra
loṇāra m. a kind of salt L.
≫ loṇikā
loṇikā f. Ponulacca Olerscea L.
• = loṇâmlā L.
≫ loṇī
loṇī amla-l○
≫ lonikā
lonikā f. = loṇikā Car.
loṇitaka m. N. of a poet (cf. lothitaka, p. 904, col. 1)
lota m. tears Uṇ. iii, 86 Sch. (cf. leta)
• a mark, sign ib.
• n. = loptra, plunder, booty L.
lotra n. tears L.
• plunder, booty Uṇ.iv, 172, Sch
lodī N. of a family or race Cat.
lodha m. (prob.) a species of red animal RV. iii, 53, 23 (cf. rudhira Nir. and Sāy. -lubdha)
• m. = next L.
≫ lodhra
lodhra m. = rodhra, Symplocos Racemosa MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ lodhratilaka
○tilaka n. (in rhet.) a species of Upama (subdivision of the SaṃsPshṭi) Vām. iv, 3, 23
⋙ lodhrapuṣpa
○puṣpa m. Bassia Latifolia L.
⋙ lodhraprasavarajas
○prasava-rajas n. pollen of Lodhra blossoms Ml.
≫ lodhraka
lodhraka m. Symplocos Racemosa Bhpr.
lopa lopaka &c. p. 904, col. 3
lobha lobhana &c. p. 905, col. 1
loman n. (later form of roman, q.v.) the hair on the body of men and animals (esp. short hair, wool &c
• not so properly applicable to the long hair of the head or beard, nor to the mane and tail of animals) RV. &c. &c
• a tail L.
• du. (with bharad-vājasya), N. of Sāman ĀrshBr.
≫ loma 1
loma in comp. for loman
⋙ lomakaraṇī
○karaṇī f. a species of plant L.
⋙ lomakarṇa
○karṇa m. 'hair-eared', a hare L.
⋙ lomakīṭa
○kīṭa m. 'hair-insect', a louse Kālac.
⋙ lomakūpa
○kūpa (cf. Pañcar.) or (cf. ŚBr.), m. 'hair-hole', a pore of the skin
⋙ lomagarta
○gartá (cf. ŚBr.), m. 'hair-hole', a pore of the skin
⋙ lomaghna
○ghna n. 'hair-destruction', loss of hair through disease L.
⋙ lomatas
○tás ind. on the hairy side (of a skin
• opp. to māma-tas) MānŚr.
⋙ lomadvīpa
○dvīpa m. a species of parasitic worm Car.
⋙ lomapāda
○pāda m. N. of a king of the Aṅgas. MBh. R.
-pur or -purī f. N. of Campā, the capital of Loma-pada L.
⋙ lomapravāhin
○pravāhin mfn. = loma-vāhin MBh.
⋙ lomaphala
○phala n. the fruit of Dillenia Indica L.
⋙ lomamaṇi
○maṇi m. an amulet made of hair, Kauś
⋙ lomayūka
○yūka m. a hair-louse Kālac.
⋙ lomarandhra
○randhra n. = -kūpa above A.
⋙ lomarāji
○rāji t.= lomâvali below A.
⋙ lomaruha
○ruha mf(ā)n. (any surface) having short hair growing (on it) Car.
⋙ lomalatādhāra
○latâdhāra m. the belly Gal.
⋙ lomavat
○vat (lóma-), mfn. having hair, hairy TS. AV. ŚBr.
⋙ lomavāhana
○vāhana mfn. (cf. next) sharp enough to cut a hair MBh. (v. l.)
⋙ lomavāhin
○vāhin mfn. either 'bearing or having feathers, feathered', or 'sharp enough to cut a hair' (said of an arrow) MBh.
⋙ lomavivara
○vivara n. 'hair-hole', a pore of the skin Pañcar.
• N. of partic. mythical regions (= roma-v○), Kāraṇd
⋙ lomaviṣa
○viṣa mfn. having poisonous hair L.
⋙ lomavetāla
○vetāla m. N. of a demon Hariv.
⋙ lomasātana
○sātana n. 'hair-remover', a depilatory Cat.
⋙ lomasaṃharṣaṇa
○saṃharṣaṇa mfn. causing the hair of the body to bristle or stand erect MBh.
⋙ lomasātana
○sātana wṛ. for śātana above L.
⋙ lomasāra
○sāra m. an emerald L.
⋙ lomaharṣa
○harṣa m. the bristling or erection of the hair of the body, thrill or shudder (caused by excessive joy, fear &c.) MBh. (cf. romah○)
• N. of a Rākshasa R.
⋙ lomaharṣaṇa
○harṣaṇa mf(ā)n. causing the hair to bristle, exciting a thrill of joy or terror, thrilling MBh. Hariv. R. Uttarar.
• m. N. of Sūta (the pupil of Vyāsa) MBh. VP.
• of the father of Sūta Cat.
• n. the bristling of the hair, horripilation, thrill or shudder L.
○ṇaka mf(ikā)n., wṛ. for lausumah○, q.v. Cat.
⋙ lomaharṣin
○harṣin mfn. = -harṣaṇa mfn. above R.
⋙ lomahārin
○hārin mfn. = -vāhin MBh.
⋙ lomahṛt
○hṛt mfn. hair-removing, depilatory
• n. yellow orpiment L.
⋙ lomāñca
lomâñca m. = româña, curling or erection of the hair, a thrill of rapture or terror, shudder &c. W.
⋙ lomāda
lomâda m. a species of parasitic worm Car.
⋙ lomāli
lomâli or f. = lomâvali A.
⋙ lī
lī○ f. = lomâvali A.
⋙ lomālikā
lomâlikā f. a fox L.
⋙ lomāvali
lomâvali or f. the line of hair from the breast to the navel MW. 2. [Page 908, Column 2]
⋙ lomāvalī
lomâvaḍlī f. the line of hair from the breast to the navel MW. 2. [Page 908, Column 2]
⋙ loma
loma (ifc.) = loman ( aja-lomá)
• n. a hairy tail, tail L.
≫ lomaka
lomaka (ifc.) = loman ( a-, prati-, mṛdu-l○)
≫ lomakākhaṇḍa
lomakā-khaṇḍa m. Pāṇ. 6-3, 63 Sch.
≫ lomakāgṛha
lomakā-gṛha n. ib.
≫ lomakin
lomakin m. a bird L.
≫ lomaṭaka
lomaṭaka m. a fox Śīl.
≫ lomadhi
lomadhi m. N. of a prince BhP.
≫ lomana
lomana m. n. g. ardharcâdi (v. l.)
≫ lomaśa
lomaśá mf(ā́)n. hairy, woolly, shaggy, bristly, covered or mixed with hair, made of hair, containing hair TBr. &c. &c
• consisting in sheep or other woolly animals (as property) TUp.
• overgrown with grass Kāṭh. GṛŚrS.
• m. a ram, sheep L.
• N. of a Ṛishi MBh.
• of a cat ib. m. or n. N. of a partic. plant or its √cf. Car
• (ā), f. (only L.) a fox
• a female jackal
• an ape
• N. of various plants (Nardostachys Jatamansi
• Leea Hirta
• Carpopogon Pruriens &c.)
• green vitriol L.
• N. of a Śākinī or female attendant of Durgā L.
• (i), f. spikenard L.
• (with or scil. śikṣā) = lomaśa-śikṣā
• n. a kind of metre Nid.
⋙ lomaśakarṇa
○karṇa m. a species of animal living in holes Suśr.
⋙ lomaśakāṇḍā
○kāṇḍā f. Cucumis Utilissimus L.
⋙ lomaśapattrikā
○pattrikā f. a species of gourd L.
⋙ lomaśaparṇinī
○parṇinī or f. Glycine Debilis L.
⋙ lomaśaparṇī
○parṇī f. Glycine Debilis L.
⋙ lomaśapuṣpaka
○puṣpaka m. Acacia Sirissa L.
⋙ lomaśamārjāra
○mārjāra m. the civet cat L.
⋙ lomaśavakṣaṇa
○vakṣaṇa mf(ā)n. covered with hair on the body, shaggy AV.
⋙ lomaśaśikṣā
○śikṣā f. N. of a Śikshā attributed to Garga
⋙ lomaśasaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. N. of wk
⋙ lomaśasaktha
○saktha (lomaśá) or mfn. having hair or bristles on the thighs or hind feet VS. ŚBr. (Mahidh., 'having a hairy tail')
⋙ lomaśasakthi
○sakthi mfn. having hair or bristles on the thighs or hind feet VS. ŚBr. (Mahidh., 'having a hairy tail')
≫ lomaśya
lomaśya n. hairiness, woolliness MW.
• n. 'roughness', N. of a partic. pronunciation of the sibilants RPrāt.
≫ lomāyayaṇi
lomāyayaṇi (?), patr. Pravar.
≫ lomāśa
lomāśa m. a jackal or fox VarBṛS. (cf. lomaśā, lopāśa)
≫ lomāśikā
lomāśikā f. the female of the jackal or fox ib.
lorāya Nom. P. ○yati (said to be vilocane), g. kaṇḍv-ādi (cf. Gaṇar.)
lola lolita &c. p.905, cols. 1, 2
lolamba m. a large black bee L. (cf. rolamba)
lolikā f. a sort of sorrel, Oxalis Pusilla L. (cf. loṭikā and loṇikā)
lolimba-rāja m. N. of an author Cat.
lolupa mf(ā)n. (fr. Intens. of √1. lup) very destructive, destroying MW.
• (prob. corrupted fr. lolubha) very desirous or eager or covetous, ardently longing for (loc. or comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• (ā), f. eager desire, appetite, longing for (loc.) MBh.
• N. of a Yoginī Hcat.
⋙ lolupatā
○tā f
⋙ lolupatva
○tva n. eager desire or longing for (comp.), greediness, cupidity, lust, Kāv Pur. Suśr.
lolubha mf(ā)n. (fr. Intens. of √lubh) very desirous, eagerly longing for or greedy after (comp.) Kathās. (cf. lolupa)
loluva lolūya &c. p. 905, col. 3
lolora n. N. of a town Rājat.
lollaṭa m. (also with bhaṭṭa) N. of an author Cat.
lośaśarāyaṇi (?), m. N. of an author Cat.
loṣṭ (prob. artificial), cl. 1. Ā. loṣṭate, to heap up, gather into a heap or lump Dhātup. viii, 5
≫ loṣṭa
loṣṭá m. n. (prob. connected with √1. ruj
• said to be fr. √1. Uṇ. iii, 92) a lump of earth or clay, clod TS. &c. &c
• a partic. object serving as a mark VarBṛS. Sch.
• n. rust of iron L.
• m. N. of a man Rājat.
⋙ loṣṭakapāla
○kapāla mfn. having a lump of earth serving as a cup KātySr.
⋙ loṣṭaguṭikā
○guṭikā f. a pellet of clay Mṛicch.
⋙ loṣṭaghāta
○ghāta m. a blow with a clod Hāsy.
• (○taṃ-√han, to kill with clods, i.e. stone to death Mudr.)
⋙ loṣṭaghna
○ghna m. an agricultural instrument for breaking clods, harrow L.
⋙ loṣṭacayana
○cayana n
⋙ loṣṭacitiprayoga
○citi-prayoga m. N. of wks
⋙ loṣṭadeva
○deva m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ loṣṭadhara
○dhara m. N. of a man Rājat.
⋙ loṣṭabhañjana
○bhañjana m
⋙ loṣṭabhedana
○bhedana m. n. -ghna L.
⋙ loṣṭamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. made of clay, earthen Mn. viii, 289. [Page 908, Column 3]
⋙ loṣṭamardin
○mardin mfn. crushing or breaking clods ib. iv, 71. -1
⋙ loṣṭavat
○vat ind. like a clod BhP. -2
⋙ loṣṭavat
○vat mfn. containing or mixed with lumps or particles of earth Suśr.
⋙ loṣṭasarvajña
○sarva-jña m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ loṣṭākiha
loṣṭâkiha m. N. of a man Saṃskārak.
≫ loṣṭaka
loṣṭaka m. = loṣṭa, a clod MBh. Mṛicch. (○kaḥ kṛtaḥ = 'hewn down', 'cut up' Rājat.)
• m. or n. (?) a partic. object serving as a mark VarBṛS. Sch.
• m. N. of various men Rājat.
≫ loṣṭan
loṣṭan m. or n. (only in instr. pl. loṣṭabhis) = loskṭa, a clod MBh. iii, 2559
≫ loṣṭaśa
loṣṭaśa m. N. of a man Rājat.
≫ loṣṭāya
loṣṭāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to resemble a clod of earth (i.e. to be quite valueless) Alaṃkāras.
≫ loṣṭu
loṣṭu m. a clod L.
≫ loṣṭra
⋙ loṣṭha
⋙ leṣṭhaka
leṣṭhaka incorrect for loṣṭa, ○ṭaka
lostānī or lostanī f. a proper N. Rājat.
lohá mfn. (prob. fr. a √ruh for a lost √rudh, to be red'
• cf. rohi, rohiṇa &c.) red, reddish, copper-coloured ŚrS. MBh.
• made of copper ŚBr. (cf. Sch.)
• made of iron Kauś.
• m. n. red metal, copper VS. &c. &c
• (in later language) iron (either crude or wrought) or steel or gold or any metal
• a weapon L.
• a fish-hook L.
• blood L.
• m. the red goat (cf. lohâja) Gaut. Mn. Yājñ.
• (prob.) a kind of bird MārkP.
• N. of a man, g. naḍâdi
• (pl.) N. of a people MBh.
• (ī), f. a pot Divyâv.
• n. any object or vessel made of iron Kāv.
• aloe wood, Agallochum L.
⋙ lohakaṭaka
○kaṭaka m. or n. (?) an iron chain KātyŚr. Comm.
⋙ lohakaṇṭaka
○kaṇṭaka m. Vanguiera Spinosa L.
⋙ lohakānta
○kānta m. or magnetic iron L.
⋙ lohakāntaka
○kānḍtaka n. magnetic iron L.
⋙ lohakāra
○kāra m. a worker in iron, smith, blacksmith R. Hit.
• (ī), f. N. of the Tantra goddess Atibalā Kālac.
○ra-bhastrā f. a blacksmith's bellows Pañcat.
⋙ lohakāraka
○kāraka m. = -kāra m. (q.v.) L.
⋙ lohakārṣāpaṇa
○kārṣāpaṇa m. a partic. coin or weight ( = 20 Māshas) L.
⋙ lohakiṭṭa
○kiṭṭa n. rust of iron Suśr.
⋙ lohakīla
○kīla m. an iron bolt KātyŚr. Comm.
⋙ lohagiri
○giri m. N. of a mountain Cat.
⋙ lohagolakhaṇḍana
○gola-khaṇḍana n. N. of wk
⋙ lohaghātaka
○ghātaka m. 'iron-striker', a blacksmith Uṇ. 162 Sch.
⋙ lohacarmavat
○carma-vat mfn. covered with plates of iron or metal MBh.
⋙ lohacāraka
○cāraka m. N. of a hell Mn. iv, 90 (v. l. -dāraka)
⋙ lohacāriṇī
○cāriṇī f. N. of a river VP. (vḷ. tāraṇī, ○riṇī, and lohitâraṇī)
⋙ lohacūrṇa
○cūrṇa n. rust of iron VarBṛS.
⋙ lohaja
○ja mf(ā)n. iron, made of iron Śiś.
• n. steel (from Damascus) L.
• brass, bell-metal L.
• rust of iron L.
⋙ lohajaṅgha
○jaṅgha m. N. of a Brāhman Kathās.
• pl. N. of a people MBh.
⋙ lohajāla
○jāla n. an iron net, a coat of mail Hariv. Kām.
⋙ lohajit
○jit m. 'conquering iron (in hardness)', a diamond L.
⋙ lohatāraṇī
○tāraṇī (cf. MBh. VP.) or (cf. MBh.), f. N. of a river (cf. -cāriṇī)
⋙ lohatāriṇī
○tāḍriṇī (cf. MBh.), f. N. of a river (cf. -cāriṇī)
⋙ lohadaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. an iron staff Gaut.
• a battle axe L.
⋙ lohadāraka
○dāraka m. -cāraka)
⋙ lohadrāvin
○drāvin mfn. melting copper or iron, fusing metal L.
• m. borax L.
⋙ lohanagara
○nagara n. N. of a town Kathās.
⋙ lohanāla
○nāla m: an iron arrow L.
⋙ lohapaṭṭikā
○paṭṭikā f. an iron plate KātyŚr., Paddh
⋙ lohapāśa
○pāśa m. an iron chain Hariv.
⋙ lohapura
○pura n. N. of a place Cat.
⋙ lohapṛṣṭha
○pṛṣṭha m. 'ironbacked', a species of bird reckoned among the Pratudas Car.
• a heron L.
⋙ lohapratimā
○pratimā f. an iron image L.
• an anvil W.
⋙ lohabaddha
○baddha mfn. studded with iron (as a war-club) MBh.
⋙ lohabhāraka
○bhāraka v. l. for -cāraka, q.v
⋙ lohamaya
○máya mf(ī)n. made of iron or copper ŚBr. ChUp. Suśr. &c
⋙ lohamala
○mala n. rust of iron L.
⋙ lohamātra
○mātra m. a spear L.
⋙ lohamāraka
○māraka mfn. calcining metal L.
• m. Achyranthes Triandra L.
⋙ lohamālaka
○mālaka m. N. of a partic. tribe (the son of a Maitreya and a Śūdrā or Nishādī) L.
⋙ lohamuktikā
○muktikā f. a red pearl Buddh.
⋙ lohamukha
○mukha m. pl. N. of a people R.
⋙ lohamekhala
○mekhala mfn. wearing a metal girdle
• (ā), f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
⋙ lohayaṣṭī
○yaṣṭī f. N. of a place Cat.
⋙ loharajas
○rajas n. iron-dust, rust of iṭiron or iron filings Suśr.
⋙ loharatnākara
○ratnâkara m. N. of wk
⋙ loharājaka
○rājaka n. silver W.
⋙ lohaliṅga
○liṅga n. a boil or abscess filled with blood Buddh.
⋙ lohalekhya
○lekhya mfn. liable to be scratched with iron, Sāṃkhyas. Sch.
⋙ lohavat
○vat mfn. a little reddish ĀśvGṛ.
⋙ lohavara
○vara n. the most precious metal, gold L.
⋙ lohavarman
○varman n. iron armour, mail W.
⋙ lohavāla
○vāla m. a kind of rice Car. Vāgbh.
⋙ lohaśaṅku
○śaṅku m. an iron stake or spike MW.
• 'iron-spiked', N. of a hell Mn. Yājñ.
⋙ lohaśayana
○śayana n. an iron bed Gaut.
⋙ lohaśāstra
○śāstra n. N. of wk
⋙ lohaśuddhikara
○śuddhi-kara m. borax L.
⋙ lohaśṛṅkhala
○śṛṅkhala m. an iron chain for elephants L.
⋙ lohaśleṣaṇa
○śleṣaṇa mfn. uniting metals
• m. = next L.
⋙ lohasaṃśleṣaka
○saṃśleṣaka m. borax L.
⋙ lohasaṃkara
○saṃkara m. composition or union of various metals L.
• n. steel (from Damascus) L.
⋙ lohasiṃhānikā
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⋙ lohastha
○stha mfn. being in iron Kāv.
⋙ lohākara
lohâkara N. of a town Cat.
⋙ lohākhya
lohâkhya n. black pepper L.
• Agallochum L.
⋙ lohāṅgāraka
lohâṅgāraka N. of a hell ('pit of red-hot charcoal') MW.
⋙ lohācala
lohâcala m. N. of a mountain Cat.
-māhāmya n. N. of wk
⋙ lohācārya
lohâcārya m. N. of an Ādyâṅga-dhārin Jain.
⋙ lohāja
lohâja m. the red goat
-vaktra m. N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh.
⋙ lohāṇḍa
lohâṇḍa (or ○hâṇ○), mf(ī)n., g. gaurâdi
⋙ lohābhisāra
lohâbhisāra m. N. of a military ceremony performed on the 10th day after the Nirājana L.
• = next L. (cf. lauhâbhisārikā-prayoga)
⋙ lohābhihāra
lohâbhihāra m. = nīrājana, q.v. L.
⋙ lohāmiṣa
lohâmiṣa n. the flesh of the red-haired goat Mn.
⋙ lohāyasa
lohâyasá mfn. made of a reddish metal, made of copper MānŚr.
• n. any metal mixed with copṭcopper, (or) copṭcopper Br. KātyŚr.
⋙ lohārgala
lohârgala n. N. of a Tirtha Cat.
⋙ lohārṇava
lohârṇava m. N. of wk
⋙ lohāsava
lohâsava m. a partic. preparation of iron Bhpr. (cf. lauhāsava)
⋙ lohāsuramāhātmya
lohâsura-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ lohottama
lohôttama m. 'best metal', gold L.
≫ lohaka
lohaka indu-, tri-, pañca-l○
≫ lohara
lohara m. or n. (?) N. of a district Rājat.
≫ lohala
lohala mfn. iron, made of iron W.
• lisping, speaking inarticulately L.
• m. the principal ring of a chain W. (= sṛṅkhalâdhārya or ○lâcārya L.)
≫ lohi
lohi n. a kind of borax L.
≫ lohikā
lohikā f. an iron pot or vessel (being a sort of large shallow bowl, usually of wood and bound with iron, used for washing rice &c.) L.
≫ lohita 1
lóhita mf(ā or lóhinī)n. (cf. rohita) red, red-coloured, reddish AV. &c. &c
• made of copper, copper, metal AV. Kauś.
• m. red (the colour), redness L.
• a partic. disease of the eyelids, SarṅgS
• a kind of precious stone Pañcat.
• a species of rice Bhpr.
• a sort of bean or lentil L.
• Dioscorea Purpurea L.
• Cyprinus Rohita L.
• a sort of deer L.
• a snake, serpent L.
• the planet Mars VarBṛS.
• N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
• of a man (pl. his descendants)
Pravar. Hariv. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 18)
• of a country MBh.
• of a river (the Brahma-putra) ib.
• of a sea ib. R.
• of a lake Hariv.
• (pl.) of a class of gods under the 12th Manu VP.
• (ā), f. N. of one of the 7 tongues of Agni Gṛihyās.
• Mimosa Pudica L.
• a Punar-navā with red flowers L.
• (lohinī), f. a woman with a red-coloured skin or red with anger L.
• n. any red substance ŚBr. ChUp.
• (also m. g. ardharcâdi
• ifc. f. ā), blood VS. &c. &c. (○taṃkṛ, to shed blood)
• ruby L.
• red sanders L.
• a kind of sandal-wood L.
• a kind of Agallochum L.
• an imperfect form of rainbow L.
• a battle, fight L.
⋙ lohitakalmāṣa
○kalmāṣa mfn. variegated with red, red-spotted Pāṇ. 6-2, 3 Sch.
⋙ lohitakuṭa
○kuṭa N. of a place Hariv.
⋙ lohitakṛtsna
○kṛtsna n. N. of one of the 10 mystic exercises called Kṛitsna Buddh.
⋙ lohitakṛṣṇa
○kṛṣṇa mfn. of a reddish black colour
-varṇa mf(ā)n. id. ŚvetUp.
⋙ lohitakṣaya
○kṣaya m. loss of blood Suśr.
⋙ lohitakṣayaka
○kṣayaka mfn. suffering from loss of blood, SarṅgS
⋙ lohitakṣīra
○kṣīra (lóhita-), mf(ā)n. yielding red or bloody milk AV.
⋙ lohitagaṅga
○gaṅga N. of a place Hariv.
• (am), ind. where the Ganges appears red Pāṇ. 2-1, 21 Sch.
⋙ lohitagaṅgaka
○gaṅgaka N. of a place, KāIP
⋙ lohitagātra
○gātra m. 'red-limbed', N. of Skanda AV. Pariś
⋙ lohitagrīva
○grīva mfn. red-necked
• m. N. of Agni MBh. MārkP.
⋙ lohitacandana
○candana n. saffron Hariv. Bhpr.
⋙ lohitajahnu
○jahnu m. N. of a man (pl. his descendants) ĀśvŚr.
⋙ lohitatā
○tā f. redness MW.
⋙ lohitatūla
○tūla mfn. having red tufts Kāṭh.
⋙ lohitatva
○tva n. redness, red colour L.
⋙ lohitadarśana
○darśana n. the appearing or flowing of blood Gaut.
⋙ lohitadalā
○dalā f. a kind of Chenopodium L.
⋙ lohitadrapsa
○drapsa m. a drop of blood Kauś.
⋙ lohitadhvaja
○dhvaja mfn. having a red flag
• m. pl. N. of a partic. association of persons Pāṇ. 5-3, 112 Sch.
⋙ lohitanayana
○nayana mfn. red-eyed, having eyes reddened with anger or passion MW.
⋙ lohitapacanīya
○pacanīya mfn. becoming red when boiled ĀpŚr.
⋙ lohitapāṃsu
○pāṃsu mfn. having red earth Gobh.
⋙ lohitapātra
○pātra mfn. having a red vessel in one's hand Gaut.
⋙ lohitapādaka
○pādaka mf(ikā)n. one having the soles of the feet still red (as in early childhood) Pat.
⋙ lohitapāddeśa
○pād-deśa m. N. of a place Cat.
⋙ lohitapiṇḍa
○piṇḍá m. a red lump ŚBr.
⋙ lohitapittin
○pittin mfn. subject to hemorrhage, suffering from hemorrhage, Suir. (cṛ. rakta-p○)
⋙ lohitapura
○pura n. N. of a place Cat.
⋙ lohitapuṣpa
○puṣpa (lóhita-), mfn. eṭearly-flowering, bearing red flowers ŚBr.
• (ī), f. Echinops Echinatus L.
⋙ lohitapuṣpska
○puṣpska mfn. rṭred-flowering L.
• m. the granate tree Bhpr.
⋙ lohitapravāṇa
○pravāṇa mfn. having a red border Lāṭy.
⋙ lohitamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. blood-red Hcar.
⋙ lohitamiśra
○miśrá mfn. mixed with blood ŚBr.
⋙ lohitamukti
○mukti f. a kind of precious stone Buddh.
⋙ lohitamṛttikā
○mṛttikā f. red earth, rṭred chalk, ruddle L.
⋙ lohitarasa
○rasa (lóhita.), mfn. having red juice ŚBr.
⋙ lohitarāga
○rāga m. a red colour, redhue MW.
⋙ lohitalavaṇa
○lavaṇa n. red salt Kauś.
⋙ lohitavat
○vat (lóhita-), mfn. containing blood TS. [Page 909, Column 2]
⋙ lohitavarṣa
○varṣa m. or n. (?) a shower of blood, bloody rain Kauś.
⋙ lohitavāsas
○vāsas (lóhita.), mfn. having red or bloodstained garments AV. ŚrS.
⋙ lohitaśatapattra
○śata-pattra n. a red lotus-flower BhP.
⋙ lohitaśabala
○śabala mfn. variegated or dappled with red Pāṇ. 2-i, 69 Sch.,
⋙ lohitaśuklakṛṣṇa
○śukla-kṛṣṇa mf(ā)n. red, white and black ŚvetUp.
⋙ lohitasāraṅga
○sāraṅga (lóhita-), mfn. = -śabala, q.v. ŚBr. ŚrS.
⋙ lohitasmṛti
○smṛti f. N. of a law-book. 1
⋙ lohitākṣa
lohitâkṣa m. a red die (used in gaming) MBh. 2
⋙ lohitakṣa
lohitákṣá mf(ī)n. red-eyed ŚBr. ŚvetUp. &c
• m. a kind of snake Suśr.
• the Indian cuckoo L.
• N. of Vishṇu L.
• of another deity, ManGṛ
• of one of Skanda's attendants MBh.
• of a man (pl., his descendants) ĀśvŚr.
• (ī), f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
• n. a part of the arm and of the thigh, the place where these are joined to the body, joint of the arm, thigh-jṭjoint Suśr. Bhpr.
○kṣa-saṃjñā f. (scil. sirā) an artery or vein situated either at the thigh-joint or at the arm-jṭjoint Suśr.
⋙ lohitākṣaka
lohitâkṣaka m. a kind of snake L.
⋙ lohitāgiri
lohitā-giri m. (lohitā for lohita) N. of a mountain, g. kiṃśulukâdi
⋙ lohitāṅga
lohitâṅga m. 'red-limbed', the planet Mars MBh. Hariv. &c
• a partic. red powder L.
⋙ lohitāja
lohitâja m. a reddish he-goat, Kaus
• (ā), f. a red she-goat ib.
⋙ lohitāda
lohitâda mfn. consuming blood MantraBr.
⋙ lohitādhipa
lohitâdhipa m. the planet Mars VP.
⋙ lohitānana
lohitânana mfn. red-faced, rṭred-mouthed
• m. an ichneumon L.
⋙ lohitāmukhī
lohitā-mukhī f. N. of a club R.
⋙ lohitāyas
lohitâyas n. 'red metal', copper L.
⋙ lohitāyasa
lohitâyasá mfn. made of red metal
• m. or n. (?) a razor m. of red metṭmetal MaitrS. TBr.
• n. copper MaitrS.
⋙ lohitāraṇī
lohitâraṇī f. N. of a river MBh. (vḷ. loha-tāraṇī, q.v.)
⋙ lohitārcis
lohitârcis m. 'red-rayed', the planet Mars VP.
⋙ lohitārṇa
lohitârṇa m. N. of a son of Ghṛita-pṛishṭha BhP.
• n. N. of the Varsha ruled by that prince ib.,
⋙ lohitārdra
lohitârdra mfn. wet or dripping with blood, soaked in blood MBh.
⋙ lehitārman
lehitârman n. a red swelling or blood-shot appearance in the whites of the eyes Suśr.
⋙ lohitālaṃkṛta
lohitâlaṃkṛta mfn. adorned with red Kauś.
⋙ lohitālu
lohitâlu m. a red-coloured sweet potato L.
⋙ lohitāvabhāsa
lohitâvabhāsa mfn. having a red appearance, reddish Suśr.
⋙ lohitāśoka
lohitâśoka m. a red-flowering Aśoka Kathās.
⋙ lohitāśva
lohitâśva mfn. having or driving red horses MBh.
• m. fire Kir.
• N. of Śiva Śivag.
⋙ lohitāśvattha
lohitâśvattha m. a species of tree Kauś.
⋙ lohitāsya
lohitâsya mfn. having a red or blood-stained mouth AV.
⋙ lohitāhi
lohitâhi m. a red snake VS.
⋙ lohitekṣaṇa
lohitêkṣaṇa mfn. red-eyed MBh.
⋙ lohitekṣu
lohitêkṣu m. red sugar-cane L.
⋙ lohitaita
lohitáita mfn. variegated with red ( = roh○) Pāṇ. 6-2, 3 Sch.
⋙ lohitotpala
lohitôtpala n. the flower of Nymphaea Rubra BhP.
⋙ lohitoda
lohitôda mf(ā)n. having red water, having blood instead of water MBh. R.
• m. N. of a hell Yājñ.
⋙ lohitorṇa
lohitôrṇá mf(ī́)n. having red wool VS.
⋙ lohitoṣṇīṣa
lohitôṣṇīṣa mfn. wearing a red turban ŚrS.
-tā f. Jaim. Comm.
≫ lohita 2
lohita Nom. P. ○tati, to be or become red Vop.
≫ lohitaka
lohitaka mf(○tikā or lohinikā)n. red, of a red colour, reddish Āpast. MBh. &c. (in arithm. said of the 5th unknown quantity Col.)
• m. n. a ruby Śiś. xiii, 52
• m. a sort of rice Suśr.
• the planet Mars L.
• N. of a Stūpa Buddh.
• (○tikā), f. a partic. vein or artery Suśr.
• a species of plant ib.
• n. bell-metal or calx of brass L.
≫ lohitāya
lohitāya Nom. P. Ā. ○yati, ○te, to be or become red, redden MBh. Hariv. Kād.
≫ lohitāyana
lohitāyana m. patr. Hariv.
• pl. Saṃskārak.
≫ lohitāyani
lohitāyani (m. c. for ○nī), f. patr. MBh.
≫ lohitiman
lohitiman m. redness, red colour ŚāṅkhBr. Gobh.
≫ lohitīka
lohitīka n. a pattic.weight or coin (3 Māshas) L.
≫ lohitībhū
lohitī-√bhū P. -bhavati, to be or become red Vop.
≫ lohitya
lohitya m. a kind of rice L.
• N. of a man Hariv. (v. l., lauh○)
• of the Brahma-putra river VarBṛS. (vḷ. for lauh○)
• of a village R.
• of the blood sea near Kuśa-dvipa L.
• (ā), f. N. of a celestial female Hariv. (with jana-mātā
• vḷ. lohityā yana-m○)
• of a river MBh.
≫ lohinikā
lohinikā under lohitaka above
≫ lohinī
lóhinī under 1. lóhita, col. 1
≫ lohinīkā
lohinī́kā f. red glow or lustre TBr.
≫ lohinya
lohinya (?), m. patr. Pravar.
≫ lohya
lohya n. brass L.
laukākṣa m. pl. N. of a school Divyâv. (g. kārta-kaujapâdi)
laukāyatika m. (fr. lok^āta) a follower of Cārvāka, a materialist, atheist R.
laukika mf(ī)n. (fr. loka) worldly, terrestrial, belonging to or occurring in ordinary life, common, usual, customary, temporal, not sacred (as opp. to vaidika, ārṣa, śāstrīya [Page 909, Column 3]
laukiheṣu ind. = loke 'in ordinary or popular speech', opp. to vaidikeṣu Nir.) ŚrS. Mn. MBh. &c
• (ifc.) belonging to the world of(ct. brahma-l○)
• m. common or ordinary men (as opp. to 'the learned, initiated' &c.) Śaṃk. Sarvad.
• men familiar with the ways of the world, men of the world Uttarar.
• men in general, people, mankind MBh.
• n. anything occurring in the world, general custom, usage Śak. MārkP.
• a person's ordinary occupation BhP.
⋙ laukikajña
○jña mfn. knowing the ways of the world Śak.
⋙ laukikatva
○tva n. worldliness, commonness, usual custom, general prevalence Sāh.
⋙ laukikanyāya
○nyāya m. a general rule or maxim
-muktâvalī f. -ratnâkara m. -saṃgraha m. N. of wks
⋙ laukikabhānavādarahasya
○bhāna-vāda-rahasya n
⋙ laukikaviṣayatāvāda
○viṣayatāvāda m
⋙ laukikaviṣayatāvicāra
○viṣayatā-vicāra m. N. of wks
≫ laukya
laukyá mfn. belonging to the world, mundane AV.
• extended through the world, generally diffused MBh.
• general, usual, common, commonplace ib.
• m. N. of a man ŚāṅkhŚr.
laugākṣi m. patr. fr. logâkṣa, N. of a teacher and author of a law-book KātyŚr.
⋙ laugākṣibhāskara
○bhāskara m. N. of a modern author Cat.
⋙ laugākṣimīmāṃsā
○mīmāṃsā f
⋙ laugākṣismriti
○smriti f. N. of wks
lauṭharatha m. N. of a man Rājat.
lauḍ (cf. √loṭ, loḍ), cl. 1. P. lauḍati, to be foolish or mad Dhātup. ix, 74 (vḷ.)
laupsa v. l. for lauśa, q.v
lauma mfn. (fr. loman), g. saṃkalâdi and śarkarâdi
≫ laumakāyana
laumakāyana mfn. (fr. lomaka), g. pakṣâdi
≫ laumakāyani
laumakāyani m. patr. fr. lomaka g. tikâdi
≫ laumakīya
laumakīya mfn. (fr. lomaka), g. kṛtâśvâdi
≫ laumana
laumana (cf. Pāṇ. 6-4, 167) and mfn. (fr. loman), g. saṃkāśâdi
⋙ laumanya
laumaḍnya mfn. (fr. loman), g. saṃkāśâdi
≫ laumaśīya
laumaśīya mfn. (fr. lomaśa), g. kṛśâśâdi
≫ laumaharṣaṇaka
laumaharṣaṇaka mf(ikā)n. composed by Loma-harshaṇa BhP., Introd
≫ laumaharṣaṇi
m. patr. fr. loma-harṣaṇa. MBh.
≫ laumāyana
laumāyana mfn. (fr. loman), g. pahehâdi
• pl., next
≫ laumāyanya
laumāyanya m. patr. fr. loman g. kuñjâdi (pl. laumāyanāḥ ib.)
≫ laumi
laumi m. patr. fr. loman g. bāhv-ādi
lauyamāni m.patr. fr. lūyamāna Pat.
laulaka or laulika m. N. of a poet Cat.
laulāha m. or n. (?) N. of a place Cat.
laulya n. (fr. lola) restlessness, Suar
• unsteadiness, inconstancy, fickleness Hariv.
• lustfulness, eagerness, greediness, passion, ardent longing for (loc. or comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ laulyatā
○tā f. lustfulness, eager desire BhP.
⋙ laulyavat
○vat mfn. eagerly desirous, avaricious, lustful Kathās.
lauśa n. (fr. luśa) N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr. (cf. laupsa)
lauha mf(ī)n. (fr. loha) made of copper or iron or any metal, coppery, iron, metallic GṛŚrS. MBh. &c
• red MBh.
• belonging to or coming from the red-coloured goat MārkP.
• (ā), f. a metal or iron cooking-pot, kettle, pan L.
• n. iron, metal Bhaṭṭ.
⋙ lauhakāra
○kāra m. = loha-k○, a blacksmith Hit.
⋙ lauhacāraka
○cāraka m. N. of a hell L. (cf. loha-dāraka)
⋙ lauhaja
○ja n. = loha-ja, the rust of iron L.
⋙ lauhapradipa
○pradipa m. N. of wk. on the application of metals or minerals (in medicine)
⋙ lauhabandha
○bandha n. an iron chain, iron fetters W.
⋙ lauhabhāṇḍa
○bhāṇḍa n. an iron vessel, metal mortar L.
⋙ lauhabhū
○bhū f. a metal pan, boiler, caldron L.
⋙ lauhamala
○mala n. rust of iron L.
⋙ lauhaśaṅku
○śaṅku m. = loha-i○ L.
⋙ lauhaśāstra
○śāstra n. a Śastra treating of metals Cat.
⋙ sāra
sāra m. or n. (?) salts of iron L.
⋙ lauhācārya
lauhâcārya m. a teacher of metallurgy or the art of working metals ib.
⋙ lauhātman
lauhâtman m. = lauha-bhū L.
⋙ lauhābhisārikāprayoga
lauhâbhisārikā-prayoga m. N. of wk
⋙ lauhāsava
lauhâsava m. a partic. preparation of iron L.
⋙ lauheṣa
lauhêṣa mfn. having a metal pole (said of a carriage) Pāṇ. 6-3, 39 Sch. [Page 910, Column 1] Contents of this page
≫ lauhāyana
lauhāyana m. patr. fr. loha g. naḍâdi
≫ lauhāyasa
lauhāyasa mfn. (fr. lohâyasa) made of metal or copper GṛS.
≫ lauheyī
lauheyī f. N. of an Apsaras VP.
lauhi m. N. of a son of Ashṭaka Hariv.
lauhita m. (fr. 1. lohita) the trident of Śiva L.
≫ lauhitadhvaja
lauhitadhvaja m. a follower of the Lohitadhvajas Pāṇ. 5-3, 112 Sch.
≫ lauhitāsva
lauhitāsva wṛ. for lohitâśva
≫ lauhitīka
lauhitīka mfn. (fr. 1. lohita) reddish, having a reddish lustre Pāṇ. 5-3, 100 Sch.
• m. rockcrystal Harav.
≫ lauhitya
lauhitya m. (fr. id.) a kind of rice Car. (cf. lohitya)
• patron. (also pl.) Hariv. (cf. g. gargâdi)
• N. of a river, the Brahma-putra MBh. Hariv.
• of a sea ib.
• of a mountain MBh.
• (prob. n.) of a Tīrtha ib.
• n. red colour, redness Sāh.
⋙ lauhityabhaṭṭagopāla
○bhaṭṭagopāla m. N. of an author Cat.
≫ lauhityāyanī
lauhityāyanī f. (feminine form of the patr. lauhitya) Pāṇ. 4-1, 18
lpī or lyī, cl. 9. P. lpināti, lyināti, to join, unite, mix with Dhātup. xxxi, 31 (v. l. for √1. )
lyap (in gram.) N. of the affix ya (of the ind. p.)
lyuṭ (in gram.) N. of the Kṛit affix ana
lvī cl. 9. P. lvināti, lviināti, to go, move, approach Dhātup. xxxi, 32 (v. l. for √vli, or plī)
≫ lvīna
lvīna mfn. gone MW.


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