Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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pha 1
pha aspirate of pa
⋙ phakāra
○kāra m. the letter or sound pha
pha 2
pha (only L.), mfn. manifest
• m. a gale
• swelling
• gaping
• gain
• = vardhaka
• = yakṣa-sādhana
• n. flowing
• bursting with a popping noise
• bubbling, boiling
• angry or idle speech
phakīra-candra m. N. of an author Cat.
phakk cl. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. v, 1) to swell (?) Pratāp.
• to creep, steal along L.
• to have a preconceived opinion (cf. phakkikā) [Page 716, Column 1] Contents of this page
• to act wrongly, behave ill L.
≫ phakka
phakka m. a cripple L.
≫ phakkikā
phakkikā f. a previous statement or thesis to be maintained (= purva-pakṣa, codya, deśya) L.
• logical exposition W.
• a sophism, trick, fraud ib.
• a collection of 32 letters, a Grantha L.
⋙ phakkikāprakāśa
○prakāśa m
⋙ phakkikāvyākhyāna
○vyākhyāna n. N. of wks
phagula (?), m. N. of a man Pravar.
phañjī f. Clerodendrum Siphonantus L.
≫ phañjikā
phañjikā f. id. L.
• Lipeocercis Serrata L.
• Alhagi Maurorum L.
⋙ phañjipattrikā
phañji-pattrikā or f. Salvinia Cucullata L.
⋙ phañjiputtrikā
phañji-puttrikā f. Salvinia Cucullata L.
pháṭ ind. (onom.) crack! VS. AV. TĀr. (also a mystical syllable used in incantation)
phaṭa m. the expanded hood or neck of a serpent L.
• (ā), f. id. MBh.
• a tooth L.
• a cheat (!) L.
⋙ phaṭāṭopa
phaṭâṭopa m. the expanding of a serpent's hood Pañcat.
⋙ phaṭāṭopin
phaṭâṭopin m. a serpent ŚārṅgP.
phaḍiṅgā f. a grasshopper L.
phaṇ cl. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. xix, 73) pháṇati (cf. Naigh. ii, 14
• pf. paphāṇa, 2. sg. paphaṇitha, or pheṇitha Pāṇ. 6-4, 125
• aor. [aph˘ANIt], vii, 2, 27
• fut. phaṇiṣyati, ○ṇitā Gr.), to go, move Bhaṭṭ. (with samāptim, 'to be accomplished' Bhojapr.): Caus. phāṇáyati (or phaṇ○ Vop.), to cause to bound RV. viii, 58, 13
• to draw off (the surface of a fluid), skim Lāṭy.: Desid. piphaṇiṣati Gr. : Intens. pr.p. -paṇiphaṇat (cf. RV.), pamphaṇat (cf. ŚāṅkhŚr.), bounding, leaping
≫ phaṇa
phaṇá m. scum, froth TBr. (cf. phena)
• (also ā f.) the expanded side of the nose, a nostril Suśr.
• (also ā f.) the expanded hood or neck of a serpent (esp. of the Coluber Nāga) MBh. Kāv. &c
• a stick shaped like a serpent's hood ŚāṅkhGṛ.
• mfn. having the fingers shaped like a serpent's hood L.
⋙ phaṇakara
○kara m. a serpent, snake (esp. the Coluber Nāga) L.
⋙ phaṇadhara
○dhara m. id. L.
• N. of Śiva L.
⋙ phaṇabhṛt
○bhṛt m. = -kara Kir. Rājat.
• N. of the number 9 (or 8) Śrutab.
⋙ phaṇamaṇi
○maṇi m. 'hood-gem', a jewel in the hood of a snake W.
⋙ phaṇamaṇḍala
○maṇḍala n. 'hood-orb', the rounded hood of a snake Ragh.
⋙ phaṇavat
○vat mfn. having a hood, hooded (as a snake) MBh. Pañcat.
• m. = -kara L.
⋙ phaṇaśreṇī
○śreṇī f. a line or row of serpents' hoods Gīt.
⋙ phaṇastha
○stha mfn. being in a snake's hṭhood (as a gem) Ragh.
⋙ phaṇātapa
⋙ phaṇātapin
phaṇâtaḍpin vḷ. for phaṭâṭ○ (q.v.) L.
⋙ phaṇātapatra
phaṇâtapatra mfn. having a hood for a parasol (said of a snake) Rājat.
≫ phaṇā
phaṇā f. of phaṇa, in comp
⋙ phaṇākara
○kara m. = ○ṇa-kara L.
⋙ phaṇāphaṇādhara
○phaṇā-dhara m. = ○ṇa-dhara L.
⋙ phaṇāphalaka
○phalaka n. the flat surface of a surface's hood Bhartṛ.
⋙ phaṇābhara
○bhara m. = -dhara L.
⋙ phaṇābhṛt
○bhṛt mfn. having a hood (as a serpent)
⋙ phaṇāmaṇisahasraruc
○maṇi-sahasraruc f. the splendour of the thousand jewels on the hood (of the sṭsurface-king) Śiś.
⋙ phaṇāvat
○vat m. 'possessing a hood', Coluber Nāga Bālar.
• a kind of supernatural being Hcat.
≫ phaṇi 1
phaṇí m. a serpent (only gen. pl. phaṇī́nām) Suparṇ.
≫ phaṇi 2
phaṇi in comp. for phaṇin
⋙ phaṇikanyā
○kanyā f. the daughter of a serpent-demon Rājat.
⋙ phaṇikesara
○kesara m. Mesua Roxburghī L.
⋙ phaṇikhela
○khela m. a quail L. (prob. wṛ. for phāla-kh○)
⋙ phaṇijā
○jā f. a species of plant L.
⋙ phaṇijihvā
○jihvā f. 'species's tongue', N. of 2 plants (mahā-śatāvarī and mahā-samaṅga) L.
⋙ phaṇijihvikā
○jihvikā f. id. and Emblica Officinalis L.
⋙ phaṇitalpaga
○talpa-ga m. 'resorting to a serpent as a couch', N. of Vishṇu L.
⋙ phaṇināyaka
○nāyaka m. 'species-chief', N. of Vāsuki Siṃhâs.
⋙ phaṇipati
○pati m. a huge species Bhartṛ.
• N. of Śesha ib. Prasannar.
• of Patañjali Vcar. Sarvad.
⋙ phaṇipriya
○priya m. 'species's friend', the wind L.
⋙ phaṇipheṇa
○pheṇa m. 'species's saliva', opium L.
⋙ phaṇibhārikā
○bhārikā f. Ficus Oppositifolia L.
⋙ phaṇibhāṣitabhāṣyābdhi
○bhāṣita-bhāṣyâbdhi m
⋙ phaṇibhāṣya
○bhāṣya n
⋙ phaṇibhāṣyābdhi
○bhāṣyâbdhi m. N. of Patañjali's Mahā-bhāshya Cat.
⋙ phaṇibhuj
○bhuj m. 'serpent-eater', a peacock L.
⋙ phaṇimukha
○mukha n. 'species's mouth', a kind of spade used by housebreakers Daś.
⋙ phaṇilatā
○latā (cf. Bālar.)
⋙ phaṇivallī
○vallī (cf. L
• ifc. ○līka),
⋙ phaṇivīrudh
○vīrudh (cf. Bālar.), f. betelpepper
⋙ phaṇihantrī
○hantrī f. Piper Chaba(?) L.
⋙ phaṇihṛt
○hṛt f. a species of Alhagi L.
⋙ phaṇīndra
phaṇī7ndra m. 'serpentking', N. of Śesha MBh.
• of Patañjali Cat.
○drêśvara m. N. of one of the 8 Vīta-rāgas of the Buddhists W.
⋙ phaṇīśa
phaṇī7śa m. N. of Patañjali Cat. (cf. ○nī7ndra)
⋙ phaṇīśvara
phaṇī7śvara m. = ○ṇī7ndra L. Cat. [Page 716, Column 2]
⋙ phaṇikā
phaṇikā f. Ficus Oppositifolia L.
⋙ phaṇikeśvara
phaṇikêśvara m. = phaṇī7ndrêśvara W.
≫ phaṇita
phaṇita mfn. gone or diluted (?) W.
• n. and ○ti f. wṛ. for bhaṇita, ○ti Bhojapr.
≫ phaṇin
phaṇin m. 'hooded', a serpent (esp. Coluber Nāga) Kāv. Kathās. Pur.
• N. of Rāhu and Patañjali L. Cat.
• a species of shrub L.
• (prob.) n. tin or lead Kālac.
≫ phaṇīya
phaṇīya n. the wood of Cerasus Puddum L.
phaṇikāra m. pl. N. of a people Var. (vḷ. karṇikāra)
phaṇijjha and ○aka m. marjoram and another similar plant Suśr. Bhpr.
• (akā), f. a species of basil with small leaves (commonly called rāma-dūti) W.
phaṇī f. N. of a river Cat.
⋙ phaṇīcakra
○cakra n. N. of wk
phaṇḍa m. the belly (√phāṇḍa) Uṇ. 113 Sch.
phat ind., an interjection (in phat-√kṛ, prob. wṛ. for phuṭ-√kṛ)
⋙ phatkārin
○kārin m. a bird L.
phatiha-bhūpati and phatihaśāha m. N. of a king of Kaśmīra Cat. (= ?)
phate-pura n. N. of a city Kshitîś.
phattesāha-prakāśa m. N. of wk
phar (= sphar), only Intens. Subj. pharpharat, to scatter RV. x, 106, 7 (cf. Sāy. 'to fill')
≫ pharvara
phárvara m. (prob.) a scatterer, sower ib. x, 106, 2 (cf. Sāy. 'filling')
≫ phāriva
ph˘āriva mfn. (prob.) scattering, distributing, liberal ib. 8
phara n. a shield (= phalaka) L.
pharañja N. of a place Cat.
pharuṇḍa m. green onion L.
pharuvaka n. a betel-box or a spittoon L.
pharendra m. Pandanus Odoratissimus L.
pharpharāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to dart to and fro Kāv.
pharpharīka m. (√sphar, sphur) the palm of the hand with the fingers extended Uṇ. iv, 20
• (ā), f. a shoe L.
• = madana L.
• n. softness L.
• a young shoot or branch L. (cf. parpharīka)
pharv cl. 1.P. pharvati, to go Mahīdh. on VS. xii, 71
pharvara See √phar
pharvī See prapharvií
phal cl. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. xv, 9) phalati (ep. also Ā. ○te
• pf. paphāla MBh., 3. pl. pheluḥ Bhaṭṭ.
cf. Pāṇ. 6-4, 122
• aor. aphālīt Gr
• fut. phaliṣyati MBh.
phalitā Gr.), to burst, cleave open or asunder, split (intrans.) MBh. R. &c
• to rebound, be reflected Kir. BhP.
• (cf. Dhātup. xv, 23
• but rather Nom. fr. phala below) to bear or produce fruit, ripen (lit. and fig.), be fruitful, have results or consequences, be fulfilled, result, succeed Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c
• to fall to the share of (loc.) Hit.
• to obtain (fruit or reward) MBh.
• to bring to maturity, fulfil, yield, grant, bestow (with acc., rarely instr.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• to give out, emit (heat) Kir.
• (cf. Dhātup. xx, 9) to go (cf. √pal): Caus. phālayati aor. apīphalat Gr. (cf. phālita): Desid. piphaliṣati Gr.: Intens. pamphulyate, pamphulīti, pamphulti ib. [Cf. √sphaṭ, sphuṭ ; Germ. spalten ; Eng. split.]
≫ phala
phála n. (ifc. f. ā or ī) fruit (esp. of trees) RV. &c. &c
• the kernel or seed of a fruit, Āmar
• a nutmeg Suśr.
• the 3 myrobalans (= tri-phalā, q.v.) L.
• the menstrual discharge L. (cf. puṣpa)
• fruit (met.), consequence, effect, result, retribution (good or bad), gain or loss, reward or punishment, advantage or disadvantage KātyŚr. MBh. Kāv. &c
• benefit, enjoyment Pañcat. ii, 70
• compensation Yājñ. ii, 161 [Page 716, Column 3]
• (in rhet.) the issue or end of an action Daś. Sāh.
• (in math.) the result of a calculation, product or quotient &c. Sūryas.
• corrective equation ib. Gol.
• area or superficial contents of a figure Āryabh.
• interest on capital ib.
• the third term in a rule of three sum ib. Sch.
• a gift, donation L. ; a gaming board MBh. [Goth. spilda ; Icel. spjald]
• a blade (of a sword or knife) MBh. R. Kum.
• the point of an arrow Kauś.
• a shield L.
• a ploughshare (= phāla) L.
• a point or spot on a die MBh. iv, 24
• m. Wrightia Antidysenterica L.
• (ā), f. a species of plant Car.
• wṛ. for tula Hcat.
• (ī), f. Aglaia Odorata L.
• a kind of fish (= phali) L.
⋙ phalakakṣa
○kakṣa m. N. of a Yaksha MBh.
⋙ phalakaṇṭakā
○kaṇṭakā f. Asclepias Echinata L.
⋙ phalakalpalatā
○kalpalatā f. N. of wk
⋙ phalakāṅkṣin
○kāṅkṣin mfn. desirous of reward Kum.
⋙ phalakāma
○kāma m. desire of reward Jaim.
⋙ phalakāmanā
○kāmanā f. desire of a result or consequence W.
⋙ phalakāla
○kāla m. the time of fruits MW.
⋙ phalakṛṣṇa
○kṛṣṇa m. Carissa Carandas L.
-pāka m. id. L.
⋙ phalakesara
○kesara m. 'having hairy fruit', the cocoa-nut tree (the fruit of which is covered with a fibrous coat resembling hair) L.
⋙ phalakośa
○kośa (cf. Suśr.) or (L.), m. sg. and du. 'seed receptacle', the scrotum
⋙ phalakośaka
○koḍśaka (L.), m. sg. and du. 'seed receptacle', the scrotum
⋙ phalakhaṇḍana
○khaṇḍana n. fruit destruction, frustration of results MW.
⋙ phalakhaṇḍava
○khaṇḍava m. the pomegranate tree L.
⋙ phalakhelā
○khelā f. a quail (= phāla-kh○) L.
⋙ phalagrantha
○grantha m. a work describing the effects (of celestial phenomena on the destiny of men) VarBṛS. Sch.
• N. of wks
⋙ phalagraha
○graha mfn. 'receiving fruits', deriving profit or advantage BhP.
• m. the act of doing so Śatr.
⋙ phalagrahi
○gráhi (cf. TS. AitBr. Kāṭh.) or (ŚāṅkhŚṛ.), mfn. fruit-bearing, fruitful
⋙ phalagrahiṣṇu
○grahiṣṇu (ŚāṅkhŚṛ.), mfn. fruit-bearing, fruitful
⋙ phalagrāhin
○grāhin m. a fruit tree L.
⋙ phalaghṛta
○ghṛta n. 'fruit-ghee', a partic. aphrodisiac ŚārṅgS.
• a medicament used in diseases of the uterus ib.
⋙ phalacandrikā
○candrikā f. N. of sev. wks
⋙ phalacamasa
○camasa m. a cup containing pounded figs (with young leaves and sour milk instead of Soma) KātyŚr. Sch. Jaim.
• (others 'ground bark of the Indian fig-tree with sour milk')
⋙ phalacāraka
○cāraka m. 'fruit-distribution', a partic. official in Buddhist monasteries L.
⋙ phalacoraka
○coraka m. a kind of perfume L.
⋙ phalacchadana
○cchadana n. a house built of wooden boards L.
⋙ phalatantra
○tantra mfn. aiming only at one's own advantage Kum. Comm.
⋙ phalatas
○tas ind. in relation to the reward or result Āpast.
• consequently, accordingly, virtually MW.
⋙ phalatā
○tā f. the being fruit, the state of fruit Kathās.
⋙ phalatraya
○traya n. 'fruit-triad', the 3 myrobalans L. ; 3 sorts of fruit collectively (the fṭfruit of the vine, of Grewia Asiatica or Xylacarpus Granatum and Gmelina Arborea) ib.
⋙ phalatrika
○trika n. 'fruit-triad', the 3 myrobalans ib.
⋙ phalatva
○tva n. = -tā Kathās.
⋙ phalada
○da mf(ā)n. 'fruit-giving', yielding or bearing fruit Mn.
• bringing profit or gain, giving a reward, rewarding, giving anything (gen. or comp.) as a reward
BhP. Bhartṛ. Kathās. &c
• a fruit tree, tree L.
⋙ phaladantavat
○danta-vat mfn. having fruitteeth or fruit for teeth Hcat.
⋙ phaladātṛ
○dātṛ or mfn. 'fruit-giving', yielding fruit, giving a result MW.
⋙ phaladāyin
○dāyin mfn. 'fruit-giving', yielding fruit, giving a result MW.
⋙ phaladīpikā
○dīpikā f. N. of wk
⋙ phaladharman
○dharman mfn. 'having the nature of fruit', ripening soon and then falling to the ground or perishing MBh.
⋙ phalanirvṛtti
○nirvṛtti f. = -niṣpatti KātyŚr. Jaim.
• final consequence or result W.
⋙ phalanivṛtti
○nivṛtti f. cessation of consequences W.
⋙ phalaniṣpatti
○niṣpatti f. production of fruit, fulfilment of consequences, attainment of reward Kap.
⋙ phalaṃdadā
○ṃ-dadā f. N. of a female Gandharava Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ phalapañcāmla
○pañcâmla n. a collection of 5 kinds of acid vegetables and fruits L. (cf. phalâmla-pañcaka)
⋙ phalapariṇati
○pariṇati f. the ripeness of fruit Megh.
⋙ phalapariṇāma
○pariṇāma m. id. A.
⋙ phalaparivṛtti
○parivṛtti f. a fruitful harvest Āp.
⋙ phalapāka
○pāka m. the ripening of fruit ( See below)
• the fulfilment of consequences VarBṛS.
• Carissa Carandas L. (cf. pāka-phala and kṛṣṇa-p"ṣ-ph○)
-niṣṭhā (cf. Suśr.), ○kântā (cf. Mn.), ○kâvasānā (cf. L.), ○kâvasānikā (cf. L.), f. a plant ending or perishing with the ripening of fruit, an annual plant
⋙ phalapākin
○pākin m. Thespesia Populneoides L.
⋙ phalapātana
○pātana n. knocking down or gathering fruit Mn.
⋙ phalapādapa
○pādapa m. a fruit tree R.
⋙ phalapuccha
○puccha m. a partic. species of esculent √or bulb L.
⋙ phalapura
○pura n. N. of a city (= phalaka-p○) Rājat.
⋙ phalapuṣpa
○puṣpa (ibc.) fruits and flowers
-vat mfn. adorned with fruits and flowers Hcat.
-vṛddhi f. increase or growth of fruits and flowers MW.
○pôpaśobhita mfn. adorned with fruits and flowers MW.
⋙ phalapuṣpā
○puṣpā f. a species of date tree L.
• Ipomoea Turpethum L.
⋙ phalapuṣpita
○puṣpita mfn. covered with fruits and flowers BrahmaP.
⋙ phalapuṣpī
○puṣpī f. Ipomoea Turpethum L.
⋙ phalapūra
○pūra m. 'full of kernels', the citron tree L.
⋙ phalapūraka
○pūraka m. id. Bhpr.
• (prob.) n. the citron Car.
⋙ phalapracayana
○pracayana n. gathering fruits PārGṛ. [Page 717, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ phalaprajanana
○prajanana n. the production of fruit Rājat.
⋙ phalaprada
○prada mfn. bringing profit or a reward BhP.
⋙ phalapradāna
○pradāna n. the giving of fṭfruit (a marriage-ceremony) BṛĀrUp. Śaṃk.
⋙ phalapradīpa
○pradīpa m. N. of wk
⋙ phalaprayukta
○prayukta mfn. connected with or producing consequences, yielding fruit W.
⋙ phalaprasūti
○prasūti f. a growth of fṭfruit, crop of Ragh.
⋙ phalaprāpti
○prâpti f. obtaining (the desired) fruit or result, success Ratnâv. Kāś.
⋙ phalapriyā
○priyā f. Aglaia Odorata L.
• a species of crow L.
⋙ phalaprepsu
○prêpsu mfn. wishing to obtain fṭfruit, desirous of attaining results R.
⋙ phalabandhin
○bandhin mfn. forming or developing fruit Ragh.
⋙ phalabhakṣa
○bhakṣa mfn. feeding on fṭfruit
-tā f. Gaut.
⋙ phalabhāga
○bhāga m. a share in any product, share of advantage or profit BhP.
• N. of wk
⋙ phalabhāgin
○bhāgin mfn. sharing in profit or advantage, partaking of a reward Mn. iii, 143
⋙ phalabhāj
○bhāj mfn. receiving fruit, sharing in a rewṭreward MBh.
⋙ phalabhuj
○bhuj mfn. enjoying fruit MW.
• m. a monkey Prasannar.
⋙ phalabhūti
○bhūti m. N. of a Brāhman Kathās.
⋙ phalabhūmi
○bhūmi f. 'retribution-land', place of reward or punishment (i.e. heaven or hell) Kathās.
⋙ phalabhūyastva
○bhūyas-tva n. a greater reward ĀśvGṛ.
⋙ phalabhṛt
○bhṛt mfn. fruit-bearing, fruitful Kāv.
⋙ phalabhoga
○bhoga m. enjoyment of consequences
• possession of rent or profit, usufruct W.
⋙ phalabhogin
○bhogin mfn. enjoying fruits or consṭconsequences, receiving profits ib.
⋙ phalabhogya
○bhogya mfn. that of which one has the usufruct (a pledge) Yājñ.
⋙ phalamatsyā
○matsyā f. the aloe plant L.
⋙ phalamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of fruits Hcat.
⋙ phalamukhyā
○mukhyā f. a species of plant (= aja-modā) L.
⋙ phalamudgarikā
○mudgarikā f. a kind of date tree L.
⋙ phalamūla
○mūla n. sg. or du. or pl. fruits and roots Mn. MBh. R. Kathās.
-maya mf(ī)n. formed of fruit and roots Hcat.
-vat mfn. supplied with fruit and roots R.
⋙ phalamūlin
○mūlin mfn. having (edible) fṭfruit and roots MārkP.
⋙ phalayukta
○yukta mfn. connected with a reward KātyŚr.
⋙ phalayoga
○yoga m. the attainment of an object Mudr. Sāh.
• remuneration, reward MBh. R.
• (āt), ind. because the reward falls to (his) share KātyŚr.
⋙ phalarājan
○rājan m. 'king of fruits', a water-melon L.
⋙ phalarāśi
○rāśi m. the 3rd term in rule of three Āryabh.
⋙ phalavat
○vat (phála-), mfn. fruit-bearing, fructiferous, covered or laden with fruits AV. VS. GṛS. &c
• yielding results, successful, profitable, advantageous AV. Āpast. Hit. (-tā f. Jaim. Mcar.
-tva n. ChUp., Śaṃh. Sāh.)
• having profit or advantage Vop.
• (in dram.) containing the result or end of a plot Sāh.
• (atī), f. a twig of a partic. thorn tree
• (others 'the plant priyaṅgu'
• cf. phalinī) ṢaḍvBr. Gobh.
• N. of wk
⋙ phalavandhya
○vandhya mfn. barren or destitute of fruits, not bearing fruit L. (cf. phalâv○)
⋙ phalavarti
○varti f. (in med.) a suppository ŚārṅgS.
⋙ phalavartula
○vartula m. Gardenia Latifolia L.
• n. a water-melon ib.
⋙ phalavallī
○vallī f. a series of quotients Āryabh. Comm. Col.
⋙ phalavākya
○vākya n. promise of reward KātyŚr. Comm.
⋙ phalavikrayiṇī
○vikrayiṇī f. a female fruit-seller BhP.
⋙ phalavṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. a fruit tree L.
⋙ phalavṛkṣaka
○vṛkṣaka m. the bread-fruit tree L.
⋙ phalaśāḍava
○śāḍava See -ṣāḍava
⋙ phalaśālin
○śālin mfn. yielding wages Kir.
• experiencing consequences, sharing in results (○li-tva n.) L.
⋙ phalaśaiśira
○śaiśira m. Zizyphus Jujuba L.
⋙ phalaśreṣṭha
○śreṣṭha m. 'best of fruits', the mango tree L.
⋙ phalaṣāḍava
○ṣāḍava m. the pomegranate tree L. (written śāḍ○)
⋙ phalasaṃyukta
○saṃyukta mfn. connected with a reward KātyŚr.
⋙ phalasaṃyoga
○saṃyoga m. the being connṭconnected with a reward Jaim.
⋙ phalasaṃstha
○saṃstha mfn. bearing fruit MW.
⋙ phalasampad
○sampad f. abundance of fruit, good result, success, prosperity W.
⋙ phalasambaddha
○sambaddha m. 'fṭfruit-endowed', the tree Ficus Glomerata L.
⋙ phalasambhava
○sambhava or mfn. produced in or by fruit W.
⋙ phalasambhū
○sambhū mfn. produced in or by fṭfruit W.
⋙ phalasambhārā
○sambhārā f. 'having abundance of fruit', the tree Ficus Oppositifolia L.
⋙ phalasahasra
○sahasra n. a thousand fruits
• du. two thousand fruit MW.
⋙ phalasāṃkaryakhaṇḍana
○sāṃkarya-khaṇḍana n. N. of wk
⋙ phalasādhana
○sādhana n. effecting any result Kāś. on Pāṇ.
• a means of effecting any result W.
⋙ phalasiddhi
○siddhi f. realising an object, success, a prosperous issue Sāh. Kāś. on Pāṇ.
⋙ phalastanavatī
○stana-vatī f. (a female) having fruits for breasts Hcat.
⋙ phalasthāna
○sthāna n. the stage in which fruits or results are enjoyed Buddh.
⋙ phalasneha
○sneha m. 'having oil in its fṭfruit', a walnut tree L.
⋙ phalahāni
○hāni f. loss of fruit or profit W.
⋙ phalahārin
○hārin mfn. fruit-seizing, stealing fruit Pāṇ. 6-2, 79 Sch.
⋙ phalahārī
○hārī f. N. of Kālī (a form of Durgā) L.
⋙ phalahīna
○hīna mfn. 'yielding no fruits' and 'giving no wages' Pañcat.
⋙ phalahetu
○hetu mfn. one who has results for a motive, acting with a view to roots Bhag.
⋙ phalākāṅkṣā
phalâkāṅkṣā f. hope or expectation of favourable consequences ib.
⋙ phalākāṅkṣin
phalâkāṅkṣin mfn. desirous of results, wishing for favṭfavourable consṭconsequences ib.
⋙ phalāgama
phalâgama m. 'access of fruits', production of fruit, load of fruit Śak.
• the fruit season, autumn R.
⋙ phalāgra
phalâgra n. 'fruit-beginning', fṭfruit-time, Hariv. [Page 717, Column 2]
-śākhin mfn. having fruits at the ends of its branches ib.
⋙ phalāḍhya
phalâḍhya mf(ā)n. 'rich in fruit', covered with fruit Mṛicch. Ragh.
• (ā), f. the wild plantain L.
⋙ phalādana
phalâdana m. 'fruit-eater', a parrot L. (cf. phalâśana)
⋙ phalādhikāra
phalâdhikāra m. a claim for wages KātyŚr.
⋙ phalādhyakṣa
phalâdhyakṣa m. 'superintendent of fṭfruit', Mimusops Kauki L.
⋙ phalānubandha
phalânubandha m. sequence of results, the consequences or results of (comp.), Śāntiś
⋙ phalānumeya
phalânumeya mfn. inferable from cṭconsequences or roots Ragh.
⋙ phalānusaraṇa
phalânusaraṇa n. rate or aggregate of profits MW.
⋙ phalānta
phalânta m. 'ending with fruit', a bamboo L.
⋙ phalānveṣin
phalânveṣin mfn. seeking fruit or results, looking for a reward MW.
⋙ phalāpūrva
phalâpūrva n. the mystic power which produces the consequences of a sacrificial act Nyāyam. Comm.
⋙ phalāpekṣā
phalâpêkṣā f. regard to results, expectation of consṭconsequences W.
⋙ phalāpeta
phalâpêta mfn. deprived of fruit, unproductive, unfertile ib.
⋙ phalāphalikā
phalâphalikā f. g. śāka-pārthivâdi
⋙ phalābdhi
phalâbdhi m. N. of wk
⋙ phalābhiṣeka
phalâbhiṣeka m. N. of wk
⋙ phalābhoga
phalâbhoga m. non-enjoyment of profits &c. MW.
⋙ phalāmla
phalâmla m. Rumex Vericarius L.
• n. a tamarind L.
-pañcaka n. the 5 acid or sour fruits, viz. bergamot, orange, sorrel, tamarind and citron L. (cf. amla-pañca and phala-pañcâmla)
⋙ phalāmlika
phalâmlika mfn. having anything made with sour fruit Hariv.
⋙ phalārāma
phalârāma m. a fruit-garden, orchard L.
⋙ phalārthin
phalârthin mfn. one who aims at fruits or reward Pañcat.
○thi-tva n. Jaim.
⋙ phalāvandhya
phalâvandhya mfn. not barren of fṭfruit, bearing fruit L.
⋙ phalaśana
phaláśana m. 'fruit-eater', a parrot L. (cf. phalâdana)
⋙ phalāśin
phalâśin mfn. feeding or living on fṭfruit Vishṇ. Suśr.
⋙ phalāsakta
phalâsakta mfn. attached to fruit or results, acting for the sake of reward
• fond of fruit, seeking to pluck fruit W.
⋙ phalāsava
phalâsava m. a decoction of fruit Kathās.
⋙ phalāsthi
phalâsthi n. 'having fruit with a hard rind', a cocoa-nut L.
⋙ phalāhāra
phalâhāra m. feeding or living on fṭfruit Suśr.
⋙ phalegrahi
phale-grahi mfn. bearing fruit, fruitful, successful (= phala-g○)
Mālatīm. Naish. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 26)
⋙ phalegrāhi
phale-grāhi or mfn. bearing fruit L.
⋙ phalegrāhin
phale-grāḍhin mfn. bearing fruit L.
⋙ phaletaratā
phalêtara-tā f. the being other than fṭfruit Daś.
⋙ phalendrā
phalêndrā f. a species of Jambū Bhpr.
⋙ phalepāka
⋙ phalepākā
⋙ phalepāku
phale-pāku g. nyaṅkv-ādi
⋙ phalepākin
phale-pākin m. Hibiscus Populneoides L.
⋙ phalepuṣpā
phalepuṣpā f. Phlomis Zeylanica Bhpr.
⋙ phaleruhā
phale-ruhā f. Bignonia Suaveolens ib.
⋙ phaloccaya
phalôccaya m. collecting or a collection of fruits W.
⋙ phalottamā
phalôttamā f. 'best of fruit', a kind of grape without stones L.
• the 3 myrobalans L.
• the benefit arising from sacred study (?) W.
• a small sort of rope(?) W.
⋙ phalotpati
phalôtpati (!), m. the mango tree L.
⋙ phalotpatti
phalôtpatti f. production of fruit, profit, gain, advantage Pāṇ. Sch.
⋙ phalotprekṣā
phalôtprêkṣā f. a kind of comparison Kuval.
⋙ phalodaka
phalôdaka m. N. of a Yaksha MBh.
⋙ phalodaya
phalôdaya m. arising or appearance of consequences or results, recompense, reward, punishment (with gen. or loc. or comp.) Mn. Yājñ. R. &c
• joy L.
• heaven L.
⋙ phalodgama
phalôdgama m. pl. development of fruits Bhartṛ.
⋙ phaloddeśa
phalôddeśa m. regard to results W.
⋙ phalodbhava
phalôdbhava mfn. obtained or derived from fruit Suśr.
⋙ phalonmukha
phalônmukha mfn. being about to give fṭfruit Mcar.
⋙ phalopagama
phalôpagama mfn. bearing fruit Vishṇ.
⋙ phalopajīvin
phalôpajīvin mfn. living by the cultivation or sale of fruit R.
⋙ phalopabhoga
phalôpabhoga m. enjoyment of fruit, partaking of reward or of the consequences of anything Kap.
⋙ phalopeta
phalôpêta mfn. possessing fruit, yielding fruit MW.
≫ phalaka
phalaka (ifc., f. ikā) = phala, fruit, result, gain (-tva n.) Kull. on Mn. ii, 146
• menstruation (cf. nava-phalikā)
• (phálaka), n. (m., g. ardharcâdi
• ifc. f. ā) a board, lath, plank, leaf. bench Br. GṛŚrS., &c
• a slab or tablet (for writing or painting on
• also = page, leaf) Kāv. Yājñ. Sch. Lalit.
• a picture (= citra-ph○). Mṛicch. iv, 3/4
• a gamingboard (cf. śāri-ph○)
• a wooden bench MBh.
• a slab at the base (of a pedestal
• cf. sphaṭika-ph○)
• any flat surface (often in comp. with parts of the body, applied to broad flat bones, cf. aṃsa-, phaṇā-, lalāṭa-ph○ &c.)
• the palm of the hand ŚBr.
• the buttocks L.
• the top or head of an arrow Kull. on Mn. vii, 90
• a shield MBh.
• bark (as a material for clothes) MBh. Hariv.
• the pericarp of a lotus Śiś.
• = -yantra Gol.
• a layer W.
• the stand on which a monk keeps his turban Buddh.
• m. Mesua Roxburghī L.
• (ā or ikā), f. See below
⋙ phalakaparidhāna
○paridhāna n. putting on a bark garment MBh.
⋙ phalakapāṇi
○pāṇi m. a soldier armed with a shield L.
⋙ phalakapura
○pura n. N. of a town in the east of India Pāṇ. 6-2, 101 (cf. phala-pura)
⋙ phalakayantra
○yantra n. an astronomical instrument invented by Bhās-kara Gol.
⋙ phalakasaktha
○saktha n. a thigh like a board Pāṇ. 5-4, 98 Sch. [Page 717, Column 3]
⋙ phalakākhyayantra
phalakâkhya-yantra n. = ○ka-yantra Gol.
⋙ phalakāvana
phalakāvana n. N. of a forest sacred to Sarasvatī Cat. (○kī-vana MBh.)
⋙ phalakāsādana
phalakâsādana n. the obtaining or reaching a plank (said of a drowning person) Ratnâv.
≫ phalakā
phalakā f. vḷ. for halakā g. prêkṣâdi
≫ phalakin
phalakin mfn. having a board or a shield L.
• vḷ. for halakin g. prêkṣâdi
• m. a wooden bench (vḷ. phalaka) MBh.
• a kind of fish L.
• (prob. n.) sandal-wood L.
• (inī), f. a plank Divyâv.
≫ phalana
phalana n. bearing fruit or producing consequences W.
≫ phalasa
phalasa mfn. (fr. phala), g. tṛṇâdi
• m. the bread-fruit or Jaka tree (= panasa) L.
≫ phalahaka
phalahaka m. a plank, board (= phalaka) Kathās. Rājat. (others 'N. of a place')
≫ phalahī
phalahī f. the cotton tree, cotton plant L.
≫ phalāya
phalāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to be the fruit or result of Daś. (phálāyetām wṛ. for pál○ MaitrS.)
≫ phali
phali m. a kind of fish (= phalakin) L.
• a bowl or cup, Śīl
≫ phalika
phalika mfn. (ifc.) enjoying the reward for MBh.
• m. a mountain L.
≫ phalikā
phalikā f. Dolichos Lablab or Thespesia Populneoides L.
≫ phalita
phalita mfn. bearing or yielding fruit, producing consequences, fruitful, successful, fulfilled, developed, accomplished MBh. Kāv. &c. (n. impers. with instr. 'fruit was borne by' Rājat. Hit.)
• resulting as a consequence Pat.
• m. a tree (esp. a fruit tree) L.
• (ā), f. a menstruous woman L.
• n. a fragrant resin (= śaileya) L. (prob. wṛ. for palita)
≫ phalitavya
phalitavya n. (impers.) fruit should be borne by (instr.) MBh.
≫ phalin
phalín mfn. bearing or yielding fruit, fruitful (met. = productive of results or consequences) RV. &c. &c
• reaping advantage, successful AV.
• having an iron point (as an arrow) Ragh.
• m. a fruit tree MBh.
• (inī), f. a species of plant (= agni-śikhā or priyaṅgu) L.
• (with yoni) the vagina injured by too violent sexual intercourse Suśr.
⋙ phalīśa
phalī7śa m. Thespesia Populneoides L.
≫ phalina
phalina mfn. bearing fruit Mālatīm. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 122 Vārtt. 4 Pat.)
• m. the bread-fruit tree L.
≫ phalī
phalī in comp. for phala
⋙ phalīkaraṇa
○káraṇa n. separating the grain from the husks, cleansing of grain KātyŚr. Sch.
• m. pl. chaff (of rice) or smallest grains Br. GṛŚrS.
• (sg.) BhP.
-homá m. an oblation of chaff or smallest grains TBr. ĀpŚr.
⋙ phalīkāra
○kāra m. pl. = prec. m. pl. BhP.
⋙ phalīkṛ
○√kṛ P. -karoti (Ved. inf. phalī́-kartavaí), to separate the fruit or grain from the husks, thresh, winnow Br. GṛŚrS.
⋙ phalīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. threshed, winnowed ŚBr.
⋙ phalībhū
○√bhū P. -bhavati, to obtain fruit or reward Mṛicch. Sch.
≫ phalīya
phalīya mfn. (fr. phala), g. utkarâdi
≫ phalya
phalya n. a flower, bud L.
≫ phāla
phā́la m. (or n. L.) a ploughshare RV. Kāṭh. Kauś. Yājñ.
• a kind of hoe or shovel R.
• a bunch or bundle Naish.
• a nosegay Bālar.
• a jump Vcar. HPariś.
• the core of a citron L.
• N. of Śiva L.
• of Bala-rāma L.
• n. a garment of cotton A.
• a ploughed field ib.
• = (or wṛ. for) bhāla, the forehead Cat.
• mf(ī)n. made of cotton L.
⋙ phālakuddālalāṅgalin
○kuddālalāṅgalin mfn. furnished with a hoe and a spade and a plough R.
⋙ phālakṛṣṭa
○kṛṣṭa mfn. tilled with the plough MBh.
• growing on arable land, produced by cultivation (opp. to āraṇya) Kāṭh.
• m. or n. a ploughed or cultivated soil Mn. Gaut.
• m. fruit grown on a cotton soil ŚāṅkhBr. Mn. Yājñ.
⋙ phālakhelā
○khelā f. a quail L. (cf. phaṇi- and phala-khela)
⋙ phālagupta
○gupta m. 'ploughshare-defended', N. of Bala-rāma L. (cf. halâyudha)
⋙ phālacamasa
○camasa n. (?) a partic. part of the ploughshare Kauś.
⋙ phāladatī
○datī f. 'ploughshare-toothed', N. of a female demon Pāṇ. 5-4, 143 Sch.
⋙ phālāhata
phālâhata mfn. 'ploughshare-struck', ploughed Yājñ. ii, 158
≫ phālita
phālita mfn. expanded, blown MBh. (cf. Nīlak.)
≫ phālīkaraṇa
phālīkaraṇa mfn. (fr. phalī-k○) made of husks or the smallest grains ŚāṅkhBr.
≫ phulti
phulti f. full expansion or perfection (?) Pāṇ. 7-4, 89 Sch.
≫ phulla
phulla mf(ā)n. (cf. Pāṇ. 7-4, 89 ; viii, 2, 55) split or cleft open, expanded, blown (as a flower) MBh. Kāv. &c
• abounding in flowers, flowery ib.
• opened wide, dilated (as eyes) Pañcat.
• puffed inflated (as cheeks) Bālar.
• loose (as a garment) Mṛicch.
• beaming, smiling (as a face) Kāvyâd.
• m. N. of a saint Cat.
• (prob.) n. a full-blown flower KālP.
• Nom. P. phullati (cf. Dhātup. xv, 24) to open, expand, blow (as a flower) MBh. [Page 718, Column 1] Contents of this page
⋙ phullatubarī
○tubarī f. alum L.
⋙ phulladāman
○dāman n. a kind of metre Chandom.
⋙ phulladṛṣṭi
⋙ phullanayana
○nayana and mfn. having eyes dilated (with joy), smiling, happy W.
⋙ phullanetra
○netra mfn. having eyes dilated (with joy), smiling, happy W.
⋙ phullanalinī
○nalinī f. a lotus plant in full bloom Mṛicch.
⋙ phullapadmotpalavat
○padmôtpala-vat mfn. abounding in full-blown lotus flowers of various kinds R.
⋙ phullapura
○pura n. N. of a town Rājat.
⋙ phullaphāla
○phāla m. the wind raised in winnowing corn L. (cf. phalla, phala)
⋙ phullalocana
○locana mfn. = -dṛṣṭi
• m. 'full-eyed', a kind of antelope L.
• n. a large full eye W.
⋙ phullavat
○vat mfn. expanded, blossoming blowing Pāṇ. 8-2, 35 Sch.
⋙ phullavadana
○vadana mfn. 'smiling-faced', looking pleased or happy W.
⋙ phullasūtra
○sūtra n. N. of wk
⋙ phullāmbikā
phullâmbikā f. N. of a woman Cat.
⋙ phullāraṇyamāhātmya
phullâraṇya-māhātmya n. N. of ch. of AgP.
⋙ phullotpala
phullôtpala n. 'having blooming lotus flowers', N. of a lake Hit.
≫ phullaka
phullaka m. a worm or a snake L.
≫ phullana
phullana mfn. (ifc.) puffing up, inflating Vcar.
≫ phulli
phulli f. expanding, blossoming W.
≫ phullita
phullita mfn. expanded, blown L.
phalaya m. N. of a mountain Cat.
phalasatīṇa m. or n. (?) N. of country (Palestine?) Cat.
phalāyoṣit f. a cricket L. (cf. phaḍiṅgā)
phaligá (cf. Padap. ○li-gá), m. (prob.) a cask or leather-bag or anything to hold fluids (applied to clouds or water-receptacles in mountains) RV.
phalūṣa m. a species of creeper L.
phalelāṅku n. = puñjātuka (?) L.
phaloni (!), f. pudenda muliebria L.
phalka mfn. one who has an expanded or extended body (= visāritâṅga) L.
• = viśodhitâṅka (?) L.
phalgú mf([˘'U], or vii)n. reddish, red TS.
• small, minute, feeble, weak, pithless, unsubstantial, insignificant, worthless, unprofitable, useless VS. &c. &c
• f. Ficus Oppositifolia L.
• a red powder usually of the √of wild ginger (coloured with sappan wood and thrown over one another by the Hindūs at the Holī festival
• cf. phalgū7tsava) W.
• the spring season L.
• (scil. vāc) a falsehood lie L.
• N. of a river flowing Past Gayā MBh. Hariv.
• du. (in astrol.) N. of a Nakshatra
⋙ phalgutā
○tā f. (cf. MBh.),
⋙ phalgutva
○tva n. (cf. Mn.) worthlessness, vanity, insignificance
⋙ phalgutīrtha
○tīrtha n. N. of a sacred bathingplace near Gayā Vishṇ.
⋙ phalguda
○da mfn. 'giving little avaricious BhP.
• (ā), f. N. of a river (= phalgu) Pur.
⋙ phalguprāsaha
○prāsaha (○gú-), m. of little strength ŚBr.
⋙ phalgurakṣita
○rakṣita m. N. of a man HPariś.
⋙ phalguvāṭikā
○vāṭikā f. Ficus Oppositifolia L.
⋙ phalguvṛnta
○vṛnta m. a species of Symplocos L.
⋙ phalguvṛntāka
○vṛntāka m. a species of Calosanthes L.
⋙ phalguśrāddha
○śrāddha n. a kind of Śrāddha RTL. 312
⋙ phalguhastinī
○hastinī f. N. of a poetess Cat.
⋙ phalgūtsava
phalgū7tsava m. the vernal festival commonly called Holī (cf. RTL. 430) W.
≫ phalguṇa
⋙ phalguṇaka
⋙ phalguṇī
phalguḍṇī wṛ. for phalguna, ○naka, ○nī
≫ phalguna
phálguna mf(ī)n. reddish, red VS. TS.
• born under the Nakshatra Phalgunī Pāṇ. 4-3, 34
• m. N. of a man (-svāmin m. a temple built by PhṭPhalgunī) Rājat.
• the month Phālguna L.
• N. of Arjuna L.
• (ī), f. See below
⋙ phalgunaka
phálguḍnaka m. N. of a man Rājat.
• pl. N. of a people MārkP.
⋙ phalgunāla
phálguḍnāla m. the month Phālguna (= phālgunāla) L.
≫ phalgunī
phálgunī f. (sg. du. and pl.) N. of a double lunar mansion (pūrvā and uttarā) AV. &c. &c
• Ficus Oppositifolia L.
• N. of a woman Pravar.
⋙ phalgunīpūrṇamāsa
○pūrṇa-māsá m. the full moon in the Nakshatra Uttara-Phalgunī TS.
⋙ phalgunīpūrvasamaya
○pūrva-samaya m. the time when the moon is in the Nakshatra Pūrva-PhṭPhāgunī MBh.
⋙ phalgunībhava
○bhava m. N. of the planet Jupiter L.
≫ phalguluka
phalguluka m. pl. N. of a people Var. MārkP.
≫ phalgva
phalgvá mfn. weak, feeble RV. iv, 5, 14
≫ phālguṇa
⋙ phālguṇī
phālguḍṇī wṛ. for phālguna, ○nī
≫ phālguna
phālguná mf(ī́)n. relating to the Nakshatra Phalgunī ŚBr. ŚrS.
• born under the Nakshatra Phalgunī Pāṇ. 4-3, 34 (vḷ.)
• m. (with or scil. māsa) the month during which the full moon stands in the Nakshatra Phalgunī (February-March) Mn. MBh.
• N. of Arjuna (= phalguna) MBh. Hariv.
• Terminalia Arjuna (= nadī-ja) L.
• (ī), f. See below
• n. a species of grass used as a substitute for the Soma plant (and also called arjunānī)
ŚBr. TBr. ĀśvŚr. [Page 718, Column 2]
• N. of a place of pilgrimage BhP.
⋙ phālgunamāhātmya
○māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ phālgunānuja
phālgunânuja m. 'younger brother of the month Phālguna', the vernal month Caitra L.
≫ phālgunāla
phālgunāla m. the month Phālguna (= phalgunāla) L.
≫ phālguni
phālguni m. patr. fr. phālguna (= arjuna) MBh.
≫ phālgunika
phālgunika mfn. relating to the Nakshatra Phalguni or to the day of full moon in the month Phālguna Pāṇ. 4-2, 23
• m. (scil. māsa) the month Phālguna L.
≫ phālgunī
phālgunī f. the lunar mansion Phalgunī (q.v.) Hariv. R. MārkP.
• = -paurṇamāsī GṛŚrS.
⋙ phālgunīpakṣa
○pakṣa m. the dark half in the month Phālguna Lāṭy.
⋙ phālgunīpaurṇamāsī
○paurṇamāsī f. the day of full moon in the month Phālguna (on which the Holī or great vernal festival is celebrated) Pāṇ. 6-3, 63 Sch.
⋙ phālgunībhava
○bhava m. N. of the planet Jupiter L. (cf. phalgunī-bh○)
≫ phālgunya
phālgunya m. N. of the planet Jupiter L.
phalph to grow, increase (vṛddhau) KātyŚr. Sch.
≫ phalpha
phalpha See vi-phalpha
phallakin m. a kind of fish (= phalakin) L.
phalla-phala m. the wind raised in winnowing grain (= phulla-phāla) L.
phaṣājiga and phaṣājima m. or n. (?) N. of two places Cat.
phā m. (nom. phās) heat L.
• idle talk L.
• increase or increaser L.
phāṭ ind. an interjection of calling W.
phāṭakī f. alum (= sphāṭī) L.
phāṇi f. (√phaṇ?) unrefined sugar, molasses L.
• flour or meal mixed with curds (= karambha) L.
≫ phāṇita
phāṇita m. (cf. Nīlak.) n. (fr. Caus. of √phaṇ
cf. Pāṇ. 7-2, 18 Sch.) the inspissated juice of the sugar cane and other plants
Āpast. MBh. Hariv. [Cf. Arab. ?
• Pers. ? ; medieval Lat. penidium.]
⋙ phāṇitībhūta
phāṇitī-bhūta mfn. inspissated Suśr.
≫ phāṇṭa
phāṇṭa mf(ā)n. (contracted from phāṇita
cf. Pāṇ. 7-2, 18) obtained by straining or filtering, Ṛigvidh
• made or won by an easy process, readily or easily prepared L.
• one who does not exert himself or takes things easy L.
• m. an infusion, decoction, pounded medicinal substances mixed with four parts of hot water and then filtered ŚārṅgS. (also ○ṭaka, m.) Bhaṭṭ.
• n. the first particles of butter that are produced by churning ŚBr. Kauś.
⋙ phāṇṭāhṛta
phāṇṭāhṛta m. N. of a man Pāṇ. 4-1, 90 Sch.
• patr. fr. phāṇṭâhṛti
• pl. the disciples of Phāṇṭāhṛiti, iv, 1, 150 Sch.
⋙ phāṇṭāhṛtāyani
phāṇṭāhṛtāyani m. patr. fr. phāṇṭâhṛti Pāṇ. 4-1, 150
⋙ phāṇṭāhṛti
phāṇṭāhṛti m. N. of a man (a Sauviira) ib. Sch.
• patr. fr. ○hṛta, 90 Sch.
≫ phāṇṭaya
phāṇṭaya Nom. fr. phāṇṭa (ind. p. ○yitvā) Kauś. Sch.
≫ phāṇḍa
phāṇḍa n. the belly (= phaṇḍa) L.
≫ phāṇḍin
phāṇḍin m. N. of a serpent-demon L.
phāriva See under √phar
phārī f. black cumin L.
phāla &c. See p. 717, col. 3
phālguna &c. See col. 1
phi m. a wicked man L.
• idle talk L.
• anger L.
phiṅgaka m. the fork-tailed shrike (= kaliṅga, kuliṅga) L.
phiṭ-sūtra n. N. of a grammat. wk. by Śāṃtanavâcārya
⋙ phiṭsūtravṛtti
○vṛtti f. the same with comm
phiraṅga mfn. Frankish, European (with vyādhi m. = ○gâmaya) Bhpr.
• m. the country of the Franks i.e. Europe, or = ○gâmaya L.
⋙ phiraṅgaroṭī
○roṭī f. European bread L.
⋙ phiraṅgāmaya
phiraṅgâmaya m. the disease of the Franks i.e. syphilis Bhpr.
≫ phiraṅgin
phiraṅgin m. a Frank, a European (f. iṇī) L.
phirāla m. or n. (?) N. of a place Cat.
phiriṇḍa m. N. of a prince Cat. [Page 718, Column 3]
phu m. a magical formula L.
• useless or idle talk L.
phuka m. a bird L.
phuṭa m. n. (or ○ṭā f.) the hood or expanded neck of a snake (= phaṭa, phaṇa) L.
⋙ phuṭāṭopa
phuṭâṭopa m. the swelling of a serpent's hood Pañcat.
phuṭṭaka n. a kind of cloth (also ○ka-vastra n.) Divyâv.
• (ikā), f. a sort of woven texture Kathās.
phuḍut ind. an interjection KāśīKh. Sch.
phut or phūt ind. an onomat. word (used only with √○kṛ, and its derivatives
• sometimes expressive of contempt)
⋙ phutkara
○kara m. 'making a crackling noise', fire L.
⋙ phutkartumanas
○kartu-manas mfn. wishing to make a derisory noise, intending to cry aloud MW.
⋙ phutkāra
○kāra m. puffing, blowing, hissing, the hiss of a serpent (also phūt-k○) Kathās. Kuval.
• shrieking, screaming Bhartṛ. Kathās.
-randhra n. the hole to which the mouth is applied in playing a flute Saṃgīt.
-vat mfn. hissing, shrieking L.
⋙ phutkārya
○kārya mfn. in a-phūt-k○, requiring no blowing Kathās.
⋙ phutkṛ
○√kṛ P. Ā. -karoti, -kurute, to puff, blow, make a bubbling noise, blow into Pañcat. Hit.
• to shriek, yell Kathās. Pañcat.
• to be insolent or defiant Ratnâv. iv, 12
⋙ phutkṛta
○kṛta mfn. puffed, blown &c
• n. the sound of a wind instrument L.
• a loud scream, shriek Rājat.
⋙ phutkṛti
○kṛti f. the blowing of a wind instrument Saṃgīt.
• blowing, hissing Naish.
• crying aloud R.
phupphu ind. an onomat. word
⋙ kāraka
kāraka mf(ikā)n. panting, gasping L.
≫ phupphusa
phupphusa m. (cf. Suśr.) and n. (cf. ŚārṅgS.) the lungs
⋙ phuphusa
phuphusa n. (cf. ŚārṅgS.) the lungs
phumphuā ind. imitation of the sound made by the crackling of a fire L.
phurāphurāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to tremble, flicker Mṛicch.
phuliṅga m. syphilis Cat. (cf. phiraṅga)
phull cl. 1. P. phullati (cf. Dhātup. xv, 24), under phulla, p. 717, col. 3
phullarīka m. a district, place L.
• a serpent L. (cf. phullaka, col. 1)
phūt phūt-kāra &c. See phut above
pheñcaka m. a kind of bird Cat.
pheṭ ind. an onomat. word
⋙ pheṭkāra
○kāra m. howling, a howl Śatr. (cf. phet &c.)
pheṇa &c. See phena
pheṇṭa m. a kind of bird Cat.
phet ind. an onomat. word
⋙ phetkāra
○kāra m. howling (of the wind or of animals) BhP.
• prab. Sch.
⋙ phetkārin
○kārin mfn. howling, yelling (as a jackal) Prab.
○riṇī-tantra, or ○rīya-tantra n. N. of wk
⋙ phetkṛta
○kṛta n. howling, a howl Śatr.
phéna m. once n. (often written pheṇa and prob. connected with √phaṇ
• but See Uṇ. iii, 3) foam, froth, scum RV. &c. &c
• moisture of the lips, saliva Mn. iii, 19
• n. (m. L.) Os Sepiae (white cuttle-fish bone, supposed to be indurated foam of the sea) Car.
• m. N. of a man (son of Ushad-ratha and father of Su-tapas) Hariv.
• (ā), f. a kind of shrub (= sātalā) L.
• (ī), f. a kind of food L. [Cf. Slav. ? ; AnglṢax. fam ; Eng. foam ; Germ. Feim.]
⋙ phenagiri
○giri m. N. of a mountain near the mouth of the Indus R. Var. (vḷ. pheṇa-g○)
⋙ phenatā
○tā f. frothiness, vapour W.
⋙ phenadugdhā
○dugdhā f. a kind of small shrub (= dugdha-phenī) L.
⋙ phenadharman
○dharman mfn. 'having the nature of foam', transient MBh.
⋙ phenapa
○pa mfn. 'foam-drinking', feeding on foam MBh. BhP.
• (feeding on fruits fallen from the trees BhP. Sch.)
⋙ phenapiṇḍa
○piṇḍa m. 'mass of foam', a mere bubble, nonsense L.
⋙ phenaprakhya
○prakhya mfn. foam-like, resembling foam Yājñ.
⋙ phenamehin
○mehin mfn. discharging frothy urine Suśr. -1
⋙ phenavat
○vat mfn. frothy, foaming MBh. -2
⋙ phenavat
○vat ind. like foam, Śāntiś
⋙ phenavāhin
○vāhin mfn. 'carrying of the scum'
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• m. Indra's thunderbolt L. (rather 'N. of Indra'
• cf. phenâśani)
⋙ phenāgra
phenâgra n. 'point of foam', a bubble on the water L.
⋙ phenāśani
phenâśani m. 'having foam for a thunderbolt', N. of Indra L. (cf. phenavāhin)
⋙ phenāhāra
phenâhāra mfn. feeding on foam MBh. (cf. phena-pa)
⋙ phenopama
phenôpama mfn. resembling foam (said of life) Hit.
≫ phenaka
phenaka m. Os Sepiae L.
• ground rice boiled in water (also ā f.) L.
• a kind of pastry L. (also ikā f. Bhpr.)
⋙ phenala
pheḍnala mfn. frothy, foamy L. (cf. phenila)
⋙ phenāya
pheḍnāya Nom. Ā. ○yate (also P. ○yati g. lohitâdi), to foam, froth MBh. Hcar.
≫ phenila
phenila mf(ā)n. foamy, frothy, spumous MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. a kind of tree, Vāsav
• Zizyphus Jujuba Bhpr.
• Sapindus Detergens L.
• (ā), f. SapṭSepindus Detergens Car.
• Hingcha Repens L.
• = sarpâkṣī L.
• n. the fruit of SapṭSepindus Detergens or of ZizṭZizyphus Jujuba or of Madana L.
≫ phenya
phénya mfn. existing in foam VS.
phera m. (onomat.) a jackal L.
≫ pheraṇḍa
pheraṇḍa m. a jackal L. (also ○ruṇḍa L.)
pherala m. or n. N. of a place Cat. (perhaps wṛ. for kerala)
phe-rava m. (from onomat. phe + rava) a jackal Mālatīm.
• prab. Pracaṇḍ.
• a Rākshasa Kathās.
• mfn. fraudulent, malicious, injurious L.
⋙ pheravītantra
pheravī-tantra n. N. of wk
≫ pheru
pheru m. a jackal BhP.
⋙ pheruvinnā
○vinnā f. a species cf plant L.
phel cl. 1. P. phelati, to go, move Dhātup. xv, 35
phela n. remnants of food, refuse, orts (also ○lā, ○li, ○likā, ○lī) L.
• a partic. high number Buddh.
• (ā), f. (prob.) wṛ. for pelā = peṭā, a small box Divyâv.
pheluka m. the scrotum L.
phaulli f. (fr. phulla) Pāṇ. 7-1, 2, 42 Vārtt. 4 Pat.


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