Atman - to breathe; Jivatman - the living soul





jīvātman
jīvā* tman [p= 423,1] [L=79767]
the living or personal or individual soul (as distinct from the paramā*t° q.v.) , the vital principle Tarkas. BhP. vi , viii Sarvad. iv;vii , 57.
(H3) m.

ātman
ātmán [p= 135,1] [L=23455]
(variously derived fr. an , to breathe ; at , to move ; , to blow ; cf. tmán) the breath RV.

RV. AV. &c

e.g. ātmán (Ved. loc.) dhatte , or karoti , " he places in himself " , makes his own TS. v S3Br. ; ātmanā akarot , " he did it himself " Ka1d. ; ātmanā vi-yuj , " to lose one's life " Mn. vii , 46 ; ātman in the sg. is used as reflexive pronoun for all three persons and all three genders e.g. ātmāna sā hanti , " she strikes herself " ; putram ātmana spṛṣṭvā nipetatu , " they two having touched their son fell down " R. ii , 64 , 28 ; see also below s.v. ātmanā ]

ifc. e.g. karmā*tman , &c ) RV. x , 97 , 11 , &c

VS. S3Br.

Ragh. i , 14 Ra1matUp.

ifc.) " the understanding , intellect , mind " » naṣṭā*tman , mandā

brahma (cf. paramā*tman) AV. x , 8 , 44 VS. xxxii , 11 S3Br. xiv , &c

L.

= dhti) firmness L.

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L. ; [Old Germ. a1tum ; Angl.Sax. oedhm ; Mod. Germ. Athem , Odem ; Gk. ϋτμήν , (?).]
(H1) m.
[L=23456]the soul , principle of life and sensation
[L=23457]the individual soul , self , abstract individual [
[L=23463]essence , nature , character , peculiarity (often
[L=23464]the person or whole body considered as one and opposed to the separate members of the body
[L=23465]the body
[L=23466](
[L=23467]the highest personal principle of life ,
[L=23468]effort
[L=23469](
[L=23470]the sun
[L=23471]fire
[L=23472]a son






ekotibhāva
éko* ti---bhāva [p= 230,3] [L=39934]
state of concentration on one single object , tranquillity , blissful serenity (state of mind , following after conversion) , ( Buddh. )
eko* ti-bhāva [p= 1323,1] [L=325390]
Buddh. ).
(H4) m.
(H2) (read, "the thread-like continuity of personality or individual life running through the whole cycle of re-births",


viśva
víśva [p= 992,2] [L=200987]
(ā)n. (prob. fr. √1. viś , to pervade cf. Un2. i , 151 ; declined as a pron. like sarva , by which it is superseded in the brāhmaas and later language) all , every , every one

RV. &c

viṣṇu-kṛṣṇa , the soul , intellect &c ) Up. MBh. &c
víśva [L=200990]
(in phil.) the intellectual faculty or (accord. to some) the faculty which perceives individuality or the individual underlying the gross body (sthūla-śarīra-vyaṣṭy-upahita) Veda7ntas.
(H1) mf
[L=200988]whole , entire , universal
[L=200989]all-pervading or all-containing , omnipresent (applied to
(H1B) m.


pratyakpravaa
pratyak--pravaa [L=133942]
devoted to the individual soul
(H3) mfn.
 pratyagātman
pratyag--ātman [L=133957]
the individual soul Kat2hUp. Veda7ntas. BhP. &c

Ba1dar. Sch.
(H3) m.
[L=133958]an individual
 pratyagātmatā
pratyag--āt° ma-tā [L=133959]
being an individual soul Ra1matUp.
(H4) f.


nirvāa
nir-° a [p= 557,3] [L=109972]
blown or put out , extinguished (as a lamp or fire) , set (as the sun) , calmed , quieted , tamed (cf. a-nirv°) , dead , deceased (lit. having the fire of life extinguished) , lost , disappeared MBh. Ka1v. &c

L.

L.
nir-° a [L=109976]
blowing out , extinction , cessation , setting , vanishing , disappearance (°a-k , to make away with anything i.e. not to keep one's promise)
nir-° a [L=109977]
extinction of the flame of life , dissolution , death or final emancipation from matter and re-union with the Supreme Spirit MBh. &c
nir-° a [L=109978]
(with Buddhists and jainas) absolute extinction or annihilation (= śūnya L. ) of individual existence or of all desires and passions MWB. 137-139 &c
nir-° a [L=109979]
perfect calm or repose or happiness , highest bliss or beatitude MBh. Ka1v. &c
nir-° a [L=109980]
N. of an upaniad
nir-° a [L=109981]
instructing in sciences L.
nir-° a [L=109982]
bathing of an elephant L.
nir-° a [L=109983]
the post to which an elephant is tied Gal.
nir-° a [L=109984]
offering oblations (for 1. nir-vāpaa ?) L.
(H3) mfn.
[L=109973]immersed , plunged
[L=109974]immovable
(H3B) n.
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(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
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