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Practical Sanskrit Dictionary for Buddhists and Hindus


A Practical Sanskrikt Dictionary, by A. A. Macdonell, 1893,
http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MDScan/index.php?sfx=jpg; 1929.
- Nataraj ed., 1st in 2006, 2012.
- https://dsal.uchicago.edu/dictionaries/macdonell/ 190516
The Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Grammar and Dictionary, BHS, vol.2, by F. Edgerton, pp. 627.
- FEdgerton-BHSD<> / Bkp<> (link chk 180627)
The Student's Pali English dictionary , by U Pe Maung Tin, 1920.
- (ref: UPMT-PEDxxx).  Downloaded copies in TIL HD-PDF and SD-PDF libraries:
- UPMT-PaliDict1920<> / bkp<> (link chk 190113)
  Pali-Myanmar Dictionary (in Pal-Myan), by U Hoke Sein,
- (ref: UHS-PMD). The dictionary in printed form is in TIL Research Library.
Latin-English Vocabulary II, by Hans H rberg, 1998
- HHOrberg-LinguaLatina<> / Bkp<> (link chk 190624)

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  प्राजिक   [pra̮ag-ika]
- m. [driving forward, pursuer], hawk.



- m. N.; -mathik. f. N. of a locality.



प्राज्ञ   [prg] (relating to intellect, prag), intellectual; intelligent, wise, clever; m. wise or sensible man; intelligence associated with individuality (phil.): -tva, n. wisdom, intelligence, cleverness, -mnin or -m-mnin, a. considering oneself wise.



प्राज्य   [pra̮gya]
- a. [having much ghee], copious, abundant; much; great, large, important; long: -bhuga, a. long-armed.



[pr‿ak] a. ( f. prki) directed forwards; being in front, facing; eastward, eastern, easterly; being to the east of (ab.); inclined, willing; former, previous, prior: ankri, bring; further; stretch forth; -am kapaya, cause to be turned towards one, face; in. prk, forwards; eastwards.



प्राञ्जल   [pra̮agala]
- a. [having the hands outstretched]; straightforward, candid, open; level (road), straight: -t, f. straightness plainness (of meaning etc.); -̮agali, a. having the folded hands outstretched (in token of respect or humility); -bh, hold out the folded hands.



प्राड्विवाक   [prd-vivka]
- m. [interrogating (prkh) and deciding], judge.



प्राण   [pra̮an]
- m. breath; vital spirit (pl. life); vital air (five are generally assumed; but three, six, seven, nine, and even ten are also spoken of); sp. inhaled air; breath of air, wind; breath as a measure of time (requisite for pronouncing ten long syllables); vigour, energy, power; soul (in the Smkhya phil.); intelligence associated with totality (Vednta); sign of vitality (pl.); organ of sense (mouth, nose, eyes, and ears: pl.); N.; --, a. = loving -- as dearly as life, or having one's life dependent on --: -kara, a. invigorating; -karman, n. vital function; -krikkhra, n. danger to life; -ghna, a. lifedestroying, deadly; -khid, a. cutting life short, fatal; -kkheda, m. destruction of life, murder; -tyga, m. abandonment of life, suicide; death.




प्राणथ   [prn-tha]
- m. respiration; -da, a. life-giving; saving the life of (g., --); -dakshin, f. gift of life; -dayita, (pp.) m. husband loved as dearly as life; -dna, n. gift or saving of life; abandonment of life; -dyta, n. play or contest for life; -droha, m. attempt on the life of any one; -drohin, a. seeking the life of (--); -dhara, m. N.; -dhrana, n. maintenance or preservation of life; means of supporting life: -m kri, P. support any one's life; . support one's life, take food; -dhrin, a. preserving the life of (g.).



प्राणन   [pra◡́anana]
- a. [√an] animating, quickening; n. respiration; animating.



प्राणनाथ   [prna-ntha]
- m. lord of life, lover, husband; -nsa, m. loss of life, death; -nigraha, m. restraint of breath; -pati, m. lord of life, soul; -parikraya, m. staking one's life; -parikshna, pp. whose life is on the decline; -parigraha, m. possession of life, existence; -parityga, m. abandonment of life; -prada, a. having restored or saved any one's life; -pradyaka, -pradyin, a. id.; -prayna, n. departure of the vital spirit, death; -priya, a. as dear as life; m. lover, husband; -prepsu, des. a. wishing to preserve one's life, in mortal terror; -bdha, m. danger to life, mortal peril; -bhaksha, m. feeding on breath only (i. e. on the mere smell of food or drink); -bhaya, n. mortal fear; -bhg, a. possessing life; m. living being; -bhta, pp. being the vital breath; -bhrt, a. life-preserving; possessing life, living; m. living being; man; -mya, a. consisting of vital air or breath; -mokshana, n. abandonment of breath, suicide; -ytr, f. support of life, subsistence; -ytrika, a. requisite for subsistence: -mtrah syt, he should possess only as much as will support life; -yuta, pp. endowed with life, living, alive; -yoni, f. source of life; -raksḫartham, ad. for the preservation of life; -rgya-da, a. having saved any one's life and throne; -rodha, m. suppression of the breath; -lbha, m. saving of life; -vat, a. endowed with life, living; vigorous, strong; -vallabh, f. mistress or wife who is as dear to one as life; -vinsa, m. loss of life, death; -viprayoga, m. id.; -vritti, f. vital activity or function; -vyaya, m. renunciation or sacrifice of life; -vi̮yakkhana, n. imperilment of life; -samyama, m. suspension of breath; -samsaya, m. risk or danger to life (sts. pl.); -samkata, n. id.; -samtyga, m. renunciation of life; -samdeha, m. risk or peril to life; -samdhrana, n. preservation of life; -samnysa, m. giving up the spirit; -sama, a. dear as one's own life: , f. mistress, wife; -sammita, pp. dear as one's own life; reaching to the nose; -sra, n. vital energy; a. full of strength, vigorous, muscular; -hara, a. taking away life, fatal to (--); capital (punishment); -hni, f. loss of life; -hraka, a. life-depriving, fatal; -hrin, a. id.; -hna, pp. bereft of life, lifeless.






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  प्राणाघात   [prna̮ghta]
- m. destruction of life or of a living being; -̮krya, m. body physician; -̮atipta, m. attempt on life; taking away life, killing a living being; -̮atilobha, m. excessive attachment to life; -̮tman, m. breath-soul (the lowest of the three souls of man; the other two being gvtman and paramtman); -̮atyaya, m. danger to life; -̮adhika, a. dearer than life; superior in energy, more vigorous; -̮adhipa, m. lord of vital breath, soul; -̮anta, m. end of life, death; a. (ending life), capital (punishment); -̮antika, a. () destructive to life, fatal; capital (punishment); life-long; desperate, vehement (love, desire): -m, ad. till death; n. danger to life; -̮bdha, m. injury to life; -̮abhisara, m. saver of life; -̮ayana, n. organ of sensation; -̮yma, m. suspension of breath (sts. pl.): -sas, ad. with frequent suspension of the breath; -̮ymin, a. suspending the breath.




प्राणाय्य   [prny-ya]
- a. suitable, proper.



प्राणार्थवत्   [prna̮artha-vat]
- a. living and rich; -̮arthin, a. eager for life; -̮albha, m. loss of life; -̮avarodha, m. suspension of the breath.



प्राणिघातिन्   prni-ghtin killing living beings; -dyta, n. game with fighting animals (such as ram-fighting etc.).



प्राणिन्   [prn-n]
- a. breathing, living; m. living creature; animal; human being.



प्रणिमत्   [prni-mat]
- a. supplied with living beings (country); -vadha, m. killing of a living being.



प्राणेश   [prnsa]
- m. lord of life, lover, husband; Lord of breath, N. of a Marut: , f. mistress of one's life, wife; -̮svara, m. lord of life, lover, husband: , f. mistress, wife; -̮utkrnti, f. departure of the vital breath, death; -̮utsarga, m. giving up of life; -̮upasparsana, n. touching of the organs of sense (i.e. mouth, nose, ears, and eyes); -̮upahra, m. (offering to life), food.




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प्राण्यङ्ग   [prni̮aṅga]
- n. limb of an animal or of a human being.



प्रातःकल्प   [prtah-kalpa]
- a. almost morning (night); -krya, n. morning business or ceremony; -kla, m. morning time, early morning; -kritya, n. morning ceremony; -kshana, m. morning time; -prahara, m. morning watch (six to nine o'clock a. m.).



प्रातर्   [pr-tr [p(a)r-tar(a)]
- cpv. very early], ad. at dawn, early, in the morning; next or to-morrow morning, on the morrow: prtah prtah, every morning.



प्रातरध्येय   [prtar-adhyeya]
- fp. to be recited early in the morning; -anuvk, m. early recitation (the litany with which the Prtahsavana begins); -anta, a. ending in the morning; -apavarga, a. id.; -abhivda, m. morning greeting; -avaneg, m. morning ablution; -ahna, m. early part of the day, forenoon; -sa, m. morning meal, breakfast; -sita, pp. having taken one's morning meal, having breakfasted; -hut, f. morning sacrifice (the second half of the daily Agnihotra sacrifice).



प्रातरित्वन्   [prtar--tvan]
- a. (vc -tvas) going out or coming early; m. morning guest.



प्रातर्जप   [prtar-gapa]
- m. morning prayer; -ndin, m. (crowing early), cock; -dugdh, (pp.) n. morning milk; -doha, m. id.; morning milking; -yaga, m. morning sacrifice; -yaNvan, a. going out early; -yukt, a. yoked early (car); -yg, a. yoking early; yoked early; -vastri, a. shining early; -huta, n., -homa, m. early sacrifice.



प्रातस्तन   [prtas-tna]
- a. matutinal; n. early morning (one of the five parts of the day; the other four being forenoon, midday, afternoon, and evening); -tya, a. matutinal, morning.



प्रातःसंध्या   [prtah-samdhy]
- f. morning twilight, dawn; -sava, m., -savan, n. early Soma libation (the ritual of which consists of ten parts); -sv, m. morning Soma libation; -snna, n. morning ablution; -snyin, a. bathing in the early morning.



प्रातिकामिन्   [prti-km-in]
- m. (acting according to one's desire: prati-kmam), servant; messenger; -klika, a. () resisting, hostile, contrary: -t, f. opposition, hostility; -klya, n. unfriendliness, opposition; repugnant practice; disagreeableness; disagreement with (--); -ga, n. subject under discussion; -daivas-ika, a. occurring daily (prati-divasam); -nidhi-ka, m. representative; -paksha, a. belonging to the enemy or adversary; -pakshya, n. hostility, enmity, towards (g.); -pada, a. forming the commencement; m. N.; -pad-ika, a. express, explicit; n. crude base of a noun (before it receives the case terminations or other suffixes); -paurush-ika, a. relating to manliness or valour; -bha, a. intuitive; n. intuition; presence of mind; -bhat-ya, n. rivalry; -bhvya, n. surety, for (--); certainty, trustworthy news of (g.); -bhs-ika, a. existing only in appearance, apparent only; -rp-ika, a. counterfeit, spurious; using false measure or counterfeit coin; -lom-ya, n. inversion, inverse order; opposition, hostility; -ves-ika, m. neighbour; -vesm-ika, m. neighbour: , f. female neighbour; -ves-ya, a. neighbouring; m. opposite neighbour; neighbour;--=neighbouring: -ka, m. neighbour; -skhya, n. a grammatical treatise on the phonetic changes of words in the text of the Vedas according to the respective recension (prati-skham; there are four such treatises, one for the RV., two for the YV., and one for the AV.); -satvanam, ad. in the direction of the Satvan; -sv-ika, a. own, peculiar, not common to others; -hata, m. kind of svarita accent; -hartra, n. office of the Pratihartri; -hrika, m. door-keeper; -hr-ya, n. jugglery, performance of miracles; miracle.




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