Ramatha - Delight



210 Sanskrit Words for Delight (Monier-Williams reverse search)

1 ajamoda (delight) 2 ajamodā (delight) 3 ajamodikā (delight) 4 adhvagabhogya (delight) 5 anusātam (delight) 6 abhinanda (delight) 7 abhinandā (delight) 8 abhiram (delight) 9 abhiruc (delight) 10 āram (delight) 11 āramaṇa (delight) 12 ārāma (delight) 13 āhlāda (delight) 14 āhlādakara (delight) 15 āhlādaka (delight) 16 āhlādin (delight) 17 uc (delight) 18 unmand (delight) 19 ullas (delight) 20 kavijanavinoda (delight) 21 gavyā (delight) 22 guṇānurāga (delight) 23 gurupramoda (delight) 24 cakṣuṣprīti (delight) 25 can (delight) 26 canas (delight) 27 canasya (delight) 28 cātakānandana (delight) 29 chad (delight) 30 chanda (delight) 31 juṣ (delight) 32 ṭoḍarānanda (delight) 33 dakṣiṇāśārati (delight) 34 dṛkpriyā (delight) 35 devarati (delight) 36 devānanda (delight) 37 dhā (delight) 38 dhāman (delight) 39 dhi (delight) 40 nand (delight) 41 nanda (delight) 42 nandaka (delight) 43 nandathu (delight) 44 nayanaprīti (delight) 45 niṣprīti (delight) 46 niṣprītika (delight) 47 niraṇ (delight) 48 nirvā (delight) 49 nirviś (delight) 50 nirvṛ (delight) 51 nirvṛti (delight) 52 nyuc (delight) 53 parasparaprīti (delight) 54 parituṣ (delight) 55 parituṣṭi (delight) 56 paritoṣa (delight) 57 parivṛdh (delight) 58 parihṛṣ (delight) 59 pulaka (delight) 60 pulakokampa (delight) 61 pulakaya (delight) 62 pūrṇānanda (delight) 63 pṛḍ (delight) 64 prakāma (delight) 65 prakāmam (delight) 66 prakāmatas (delight) 67 praṇāda (delight) 68 pratijuṣ (delight) 69 pratinand (delight) 70 pratinṛt (delight) 71 pratīti (delight) 72 pratuṣ (delight) 73 pratyagānanda (delight) 74 pramad (delight) 75 pramada (delight) 76 pramud (delight) 77 pramoda (delight) 78 prayas (delight) 79 praram (delight) 80 praharṣa (delight) 81 praharṣaṇa (delight) 82 prahṛṣṭa (delight) 83 prahlād (delight) 84 prahlatti (delight) 85 prahlāda (delight) 86 prāmodya (delight) 87 prī (delight) 88 prīta (delight) 89 psaras (delight) 90 bhavarasa (delight) 91 bhūyoruci (delight) 92 bhoga (delight) 93 bhramarotsavā (delight) 94 mad (delight) 95 manaḥprīti (delight) 96 mayas (delight) 97 mayobhava (delight) 98 mah (delight) 99 mahāsaukhya (delight) 100 māda (delight) 101 muc (delight) 102 mud (delight) 103 mṛḍ (delight) 104 moda (delight) 105 modita (delight) 106 yogānanda (delight) 107 raṇ (delight) 108 raṇa (delight) 109 raṇva (delight) 110 ratha (delight) 111 ram (delight) 112 rati (delight) 113 ranti (delight) 114 ramita (delight) 115 rasa (delight) 116 rāga (delight) 117 rābhasya (delight) 118 rāma (delight) 119 ruc (delight) 120 rudriya (delight) 121 rocakin (delight) 122 rocuka (delight) 123 romāñcakañcuka (delight) 124 lam (delight) 125 laya (delight) 126 locanānanda (delight) 127 vatsalatva (delight) 128 vidyānanda (delight) 129 videśanirata (delight) 130 vinud (delight) 131 vinodāpapādin (delight) 132 viruc (delight) 133 vilubh (delight) 134 viśeṣavikramaruci (delight) 135 vihāra (delight) 136 vihāraṇa (delight) 137 vṛdh (delight) 138 śatasukha (delight) 139 śarman (delight) 140 śrath (delight) 141 śranth (delight) 142 ślāghā (delight) 143 saṃhṛṣ (delight) 144 saṃharṣa (delight) 145 saṃtṛp (delight) 146 samabhihṛṣ (delight) 147 samuc (delight) 148 samuddhṛṣ (delight) 149 samparihṛṣ (delight) 150 sampramoda (delight) 151 sampraharṣa (delight) 152 sampraharṣita (delight) 153 samprahṛṣṭatanūruha (delight) 154 samprī (delight) 155 samprīti (delight) 156 sambhoga (delight) 157 sammad (delight) 158 sammada (delight) 159 sammadavaī (delight) 160 sammand (delight) 161 sammud (delight) 162 sarasvat (delight) 163 sarvasukhāya (delight) 164 sah (delight) 165 sāta (delight) 166 sānandam (delight) 167 sukh (delight) 168 sukha (delight) 169 sukhakriyā (delight) 170 sukhatva (delight) 171 sukhada (delight) 172 sukhāvṛta (delight) 173 supuṣpita (delight) 174 suprīti (delight) 175 suprītikara (delight) 176 suprītiyukta (delight) 177 sumati (delight) 178 suraṇa (delight) 179 surata (delight) 180 surati (delight) 181 suruci (delight) 182 sulalitam (delight) 183 sūnṛta (delight) 184 saubhāgyaphala (delight) 185 saumukhya (delight) 186 sauratya (delight) 187 sthairya (delight) 188 spṛ (delight) 189 spṛhā (delight) 190 syutna (delight) 191 syūmaka (delight) 192 syona (delight) 193 svānanda (delight) 194 svad (delight) 195 svād (delight) 196 ha (delight) 197 hary (delight) 198 harṣa (delight) 199 harṣaṇa (delight) 200 harṣayitnu (delight) 201 harṣita (delight) 202 havyajuṣṭi (delight) 203 hi (delight) 204 hṛṣṭaroman (delight) 205 hṛṣṭi (delight) 206 hrād (delight) 207 hlād (delight) 208 hlāda (delight) 209 iṣṭāthititva (delight) 210 ramatha (delight)
 ajamoda
ajá--moda [p= 9,3] [L=1988]
" goat's delight " , N. of various plants , common Carroway , the species called Ajwaen (Ligusticum Ajwaen) , a species of Parsley , Apium Involucratum.
(H3) m.
 ajamodā
ajá--modā [L=1989]
" goat's delight " , N. of various plants , common Carroway , the species called Ajwaen (Ligusticum Ajwaen) , a species of Parsley , Apium Involucratum.
(H3) f.
 ajamodikā
ajá--modikā [L=1990]
" goat's delight " , N. of various plants , common Carroway , the species called Ajwaen (Ligusticum Ajwaen) , a species of Parsley , Apium Involucratum.
(H3) f.
 adhvagabhogya
adhva--ga-bhogya [p= 24,1] [L=4741]
" traveller's delight " , the tree Spondias Mangifera.
(H3) m.
 anusātam
anu-sātam [p= 41,1] [L=7592]
according to delight.
(H1) ind.
 abhinanda
abhi-nánda [p= 63,3] [L=11571]
the delight , pleasure (of sensuality) S3Br. xiv ChUp.

ifc.) Sus3r.

of the first month

of a commentator on the amara-koa

of the author of the yoga-vāsiṣṭhasāra
(H2) m.
[L=11572]wish , desire for (
[L=11573]N.
[L=11574]N.
[L=11575]N.
 abhinandā
abhi-nándā [L=11576]
delight L.
abhi-nándā [L=11577]
wish L.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
 abhiram
abhi- √ ram [p= 68,1] [L=12173]
, to dwell A1s3vGr2.  ; 
to repose
S3a1n3khGr2. Mn. iii , 251 Ya1jn5. i , 251  ; 
to delight in , be delighted
MBh. &c Caus. -rā́mayati , to gladden MBh. &c  ; 
to delight in , to be delighted.
(H1) -ramate
 abhiruc
abhi- √ ruc [p= 68,2] [L=12203]
to be bright , shine R. Ma1rkP.  ; 
to please any one (
dat.) Vikr. : Caus. P. to delight , amuse MBh. xiii , 476 (v.l. abhi-ram , Caus.) : P. A1. to be pleased with , approve of , be inclined to , like MBh. &c
(H1) A1.
 āram
ā- √ ram [p= 150,1] [L=26135]
-ramati ( Pa1n2. 1-3 , 83) , to pause , stop  ; 
to leave off
AitBr. A1s3vS3r. Mn. MBh. Katha1s. &c  ; 
to delight in
 ; 
to enjoy one's self , take pleasure
Mn. Das3. Katha1s. &c
(H1) P.
 āramaa
ā-rámaa [L=26139]
pleasure , delight , enjoyment TS. S3Br.

Gaut. xxiv , 4


L.
(H2) n.
[L=26140]sexual pleasure
[L=26141]cessation , pause
[L=26142]resting-place
 ārāma
ā-rāmá [L=26143]
delight , pleasure S3Br. TUp. Bhag. Bhartr2.

Mn. Ya1jn5. MBh. R. Mr2icch. Katha1s. &c

of a particular daṇḍaka metre

cf. ρέμα and ρημος.])
ārāma [p= 1320,1] [L=319860]
comp.)
(H2) m.
[L=26144]place of pleasure , a garden , grove
[L=26145]N.
[L=26146]([
(H2) (in
 āhlāda
ā-hlāda [p= 163,1] [L=28474]
refreshing , reviving

Pan5cat.
ā-hlādá [p= 1320,3] [L=321080]
TS. )
(H2) m.
[L=28475]joy , delight
(H2) (
 āhlādakara
ā-hlāda--kara [p= 163,1] [L=28476]
causing or conferring delight Ka1d. Ratna1v.
(H3) mfn.
 āhlādaka
ā-hlādaka [L=28479]
causing delight , refreshing , reviving Katha1s.
(H2) mfn.
 āhlādin
ā-hlādin [p= 163,2] [L=28483]
causing joy or delight , Ratna1v.
(H2) mfn.
 uc
Whitney Roots links: uc
uc [p= 172,3] [L=30209]
ucyati (pf. 2. sg. uvócitha RV. vii , 37 , 3) A1. (pf. 2. sg. ūcié RV. ) to take pleasure in , delight in , be fond of RV.  ; 
to be accustomed
 ; 
to be suitable , suit , fit.
(H1) cl.4 P.
 unmand
un- √ mand [p= 194,1] [L=33964]
ud- √1. mand) P. (Impv. 3. pl. -mandantu RV. viii , 64 , 1 ; pf. -mamanda , ii , 33 , 6 ; aor. 3. pl. -amandius , i , 82 , 6 , and -ámandius , ix , 81 , 1) to cheer , delight , amuse.
(H1) (
 ullas
ul- √ las [p= 219,2] [L=37579]
ud-las) P. A1. -lasati , -te , to shine forth , beam , radiate , be brilliant BhP. Pan5car. S3is3. &c  ; 
to come forth , become visible or perceptible , appear
BhP. Katha1s. &c  ; 
to resound
Katha1s. Ra1jat.  ; 
to sport , play , dance , be wanton or joyful
Amar. Chandom.  ; 
to jump , shake , tremble , be agitated
BhP. Pan5car. &c : Caus. -lāsayati , to cause to shine or radiate , make brilliant Pan5car. Prab.  ; 
to cause to come forth or appear , cause to resound
Sa1h.  ; 
to divert , delight
S3atr. Hit.  ; 
to cause to dance or jump , agitate , cause to move
Katha1s. Ra1jat. Hit. &c
(H1) (
 kavijanavinoda
kaví--jana-vinoda [p= 264,3] [L=46551]
" delight of wise men " , N. of wk.
(H3) m.
 gavyā
gávyā 2 [p= 351,3] [L=64416.20]
a cow-herd Pa1n2. 4-2 , 50
gávyā 2 [L=64416.25]
the measure commonly called gav-yūti (q.v.) L.
gávyā 2 [L=64416.30]
» also gavyā́
gavyā́ 2 [L=64423]
(fr. 1. gavya) desire for or delight in cows , viii , 46 , 10 and ix , 64 , 4 (instr. °vyā́)

i.e. for) milk , viii , 93 , 17 (instr. °vyayā́).
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2) f.
[L=64424]desire for (what comes from a cow
 guānurāga
guā* nurāga [p= 358,1] [L=65729]
delight in good qualities , approbation L.
(H3) m.
 gurupramoda
gurú--pramoda [p= 359,3] [L=66094]
happiness , delight W.
(H3) m.
 cakuprīti
caku--prīti [p= 382,1] [L=70697]
delight of the eyes.
(H3) f.
 can
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 19.41
Whitney Roots links: can
can 1 [p= 386,2] [L=71514]
°nati , to sound , utter a sound L.  ; 
to hurt , injure
Dha1tup. xix , 41.
can 2 [L=71515]
cf.kan) , only aor. Subj. 2. du. caniṣṭám "to delight in , be satisfied with (loc.) " RV. vii , 70 , 4  ; 
and 3.
sg. cániṣṭhat ([jan° SV. ]), " to satisfy , please " RV. viii , 74 , 11.
(H1) cl.1.
(H1) (
 canas
cánas [L=71516]
" delight , satisfaction " , only with √dhā P. and A1. to delight in , be satisfied with (acc. or loc.) , enjoy RV. VS. viii , 7 (cf. sá- and sa-cánas.)
cánas [L=71528]
» √2. can.
(H2) n.
(H2) &c
 canasya
canasya [L=71521]
(Impv. 2. du. °syátam) to delight in (acc.) , enjoy RV. i , 3 , 1.
(H2) Nom.
 cātakānandana
cātakā* nandana [p= 392,1] [L=72805]
" cātaka's delight " , the rainy season L.
(H3) m.
 chad
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 32.41, 32.41
Whitney Roots links: Cand
chad 1 [p= 404,1] [L=75390]
°dati , to cover Dha1tup. xxxii , 41 (v.l.): Caus. (or cl.10) chādáyati (once chád° AitBr. i , 30 ; chand° [fr. √1. chand] Dha1tup. xxxii , 41 ; ep. also A1. pf. chādayā cakre R. iv , 58 , 7 ; p. °yāna MBh. vi , 2430) , to cover , cover over , clothe , veil RV. vi , 75 , 18 AV. ix , 3 , 14 TS. ii , v S3Br. &c  ; 
to spread as a cover
AitBr. i , 30  ; 
to cover one's self.
ChUp. i , 4 , 2  ; 
to hide , conceal , keep secret
MBh. R. v , 90 , 16  ; 
to protect
S3a1n3khGr2. iii , 11 Pa1rGr2. iii , 9 , 6 ( Ka1t2hGr2. 47) : Caus. Desid. cicchādayiati Pa1n2. 7-4 , 83 Va1rtt. 2 Pat. ; ([cf. Goth scadus.])
chad 2 [p= 404,2] [L=75457]
ifc. ( Pa1n2. 6-4 , 97) " covering " » dhāma- and (?) bhūte-cchád , mallikā-

ā-.
chad 3 [p= 404,3] [L=75556]
chand cl.10. chadáyati (also °te = √arc Naigh. iii , 14 [v.l., °ti] ; Subj. °yat RV. ; 2. pl. °yātha , i , 165 , 12) , chandayati (twice cl.1. chándati [= arcati Naigh. iii , 14] MBh. xii ; A1. [Subj. °yāte] RV. ; aor. acacchadat Nir. ix , 8 ; acchān RV. ; 2. pl. °nta , i , 165 , 12 ; 3. pl. °ntsur , x , 119 , 3 ; Subj. chantsat [ Naigh. ii , 6] RV. ; 2. sg. °tsi , i , 163 , 4 ; perf. cacchanda , vii , 73 , 3 ; Pot. cacchadyāt , x , 73 , 9) to seem , appear , be considered as RV. Ta1n2d2yaBr. xiv , 5  ; 
to seem good , please (with
dat.) RV. S3Br. viii  ; 
(with acc , )
MBh. xii , 7379 (cf. 7376)  ; 
A1. to be pleased with , delight in (acc. or loc.) RV. viii , 50 , 5 ; x , 27 , 8  ; 
chandayati , to gratify any one (acc. ; exceptionally gen. MBh. xii , 7275 R. iii , 3 , 15) with anything (instr. , esp. varea , " with a boon " MBh. Hariv. R. BhP. )  ; 
to try to seduce any one (
acc.) BhP. x , 45 , 36.
chad 4 [L=75557]
ifc. " appearing as " » prathamacchád

» kavi- and (?) bhūte-cchád.
chad 5 [p= 405,2] [L=75683]
to nourish Dha1tup. xix.
(H1) cl.1.
(H2) mfn.
[L=75458]cf.
(H1) or 2.
(H2) mfn.
[L=75558], " pleased with "
(H1) cl.1.
 chanda
chanda 1 [p= 404,2] [L=75511]
= °nna L. Sch.
chánda [p= 404,3] [L=75559]
pleasing , alluring , inviting RV. i , 92 , 6 ; viii , 7 , 36
chandá [L=75560]
praising (chánda Naigh. iii , 16) RV. vi , 11 , 3

madhu-cch°
chánda [L=75562]
appearance , look , shape Hariv. 8359 ff.
chánda [L=75563]
cf. prati and vi-cch°
chánda [L=75564]
pleasure , delight , appetite , liking , predilection , desire , will Ya1jn5. ii , 195 MBh. &c
chánda [L=75566]
according to the wish of (gen.) MBh. iii , 7096 Hariv. 7097
chánda [L=75567]
(a-cch° neg. " against the wish of ") 7098 and 8557
chánda [L=75569]
(a-cch° neg. " involuntarily " R. iii , 5 , 2)
chánda [L=75570]
poison L.
chánda [L=75571]
N. of śākya-muni's charioteer (chandaka) Lalit. xv DivyA7v. xxvii , 159
chánda [L=75572]
of a prince W.
chánda [L=75573]
cf. sva-
chánda [L=75574]
indra-,kalā*pa-,devaandvijaya- , various kinds of pearl-ornaments.
chanda 1 [p= 405,2] [L=75689]
» √1. and √3. chad.
(H2) mfn.
(H2) mfn.
(H2) mfn.
[L=75561]cf.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H1) and 2
 ju
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 34.28
Whitney Roots links: juz
ju 1 [p= 424,1] [L=80017]
°áte (also P. RV. [°át , ájuat] MBh. &c ; Subj. °āte ; Pot. °éta ; 3. pl. °erata RV. ; Impv. °átām ; impf. ajuata , ii , 37 , 4 ; 1. sg. ájue AV. vi , 61 , 3 ; p. °ámāa) cl.3. P. irr. jújoati (Subj. and p. jújoat ; cf. Pa1n2. 7-3 , 87 Va1rtt. 2 ; Impv. 2. pl. °juṣṭana RV. ) , rarely cl.1 P. joati (Subj. at ; - aor. p. juāá ; 3. pl. ajuran , i , 71 , 1 ; 2. sg. i , ii , iv ; 3. sg. iat , ii , 35 , 1 [cf. Ka1s3. on Pa1n2. 3-1 , 34 and 4 , 7 ; 94 and 97] ; pf. jujóa , °jué ; p. °juvás , generally °āá ; ind.p. juṣṭvī́ RV. ) to be pleased or satisfied or favourable RV. AV. &c  ; 
to like , be fond of delight in (
acc. or gen.) , enjoy RV. (with tanvām or °vás , " to be delighted " , iii , 1 , 1 ; x , 8 , 3) AV. &c  ; 
to have pleasure in granting anything (
acc.) to (loc.) RV. vi , 14 , 1  ; 
to have pleasure in (
dat.) , resolve to (Ved. Inf.) , i , 167 , 5 ; iv , 24 , 5 S3Br. iii , 6 , 4 , 7  ; 
to give pleasure to (
loc.) RV. x , 105 , 8  ; 
to choose for (
dat.) VS. v , 42 TS. vi S3Br. iii , 6 , 4 , 8  ; 
to devote one's self to (
acc.) , practise , undergo , suffer BhP. ii , 2 , 7 ; viii , 7 , 20 Bhat2t2. xvii , 112  ; 
to delight in visiting , frequent , visit , inhabit , enter (a carriage
&c ) MBh. iii , v , xiv Bhat2t2. xiv , 95  ; 
to afflict
MBh. iii : Caus. A1. (Subj. 2. sg. joáyāse) to like , love , behave kindly towards (acc.) , cherish RV.  ; 
to delight in , approve of(
acc.) , choose S3Br. iii MBh. xiv , 1289  ; 
(
P. cf. Dha1tup. xxxiv , 28) Bhag. iii , 26  ; 
([
cf. γεύομαι ; Zd. zaoSa ; Hib. gus ; Goth. kiusu ; Lat. gus-tus.])
ju 2 [L=80018]
ifc. liking , fond of , devoted to (once with acc. BhP. vii , 6 , 25 ; cf. nikti-) BhP. Bhartr2. S3a1ntis3. Katha1s.

Hcar. vii

BhP. ii , 7 , 25 Madhus.

Ba1lar. iv , 17 ; ix , 25 Sin6ha7s. Introd. 5l ; xv , 4 Kuval. 169

Hcar. i , 44

sa-.
(H1) cl.6 A1.
(H2) mfn.
[L=80019]dwelling in
[L=80020]visiting , approaching
[L=80021]having , showing
[L=80022]similar
[L=80023]cf.
 oarānanda
oarā* nanda [p= 430,1] [L=81297]
" oara's delight " , N. of a compilation made at oara's desire Nirn2ayas.
(H3) m.
 dakiāśārati
dakiā* śā---rati [p= 466,1] [L=89459]
" delight of dakia " , canopy ib.
(H4) f.
 dkpriyā
dk--priyā [p= 491,2] [L=95279]
" eye-delight " , beauty , splendour L.
(H3) f.
 devarati
devá--rati [p= 494,2] [L=95964]
" gods' delight " , N. of an apsaras Katha1s.
(H3) f.
 devānanda
devā* nanda [p= 495,1] [L=96208]
" delight of the gods " , N. of a man W.

sev. authors (also -sūri) Cat.
(H3) m.
[L=96209]of
 dhā
Whitney Roots links: DA1
dhā 2 [p= 508,1] [L=99233]
in 2. tiro-dhā́
dhā 1 [p= 513,3] [p= 513,2] [L=100607]
dádhāti , dhatté RV. &c (P. du. dadhvás , dhatthás , dhattás [ Pa1n2. 8-2 , 38] ; pl. dadhmási or °más , dhatthá , dādhati ; impf. ádadhāt pl. °dhur , 2. pl. ádhatta or ádadhāta RV. vii , 33 , 4 ; Subj. dádhat or °dhāt [ Pa1n2. 7-3 , 70 Ka1s3. ] , °dhas , °dhatas , °dhan ; Pot. dadhyā́t ; Impv. dādhātu pl. °dhatu ; 2. sg. dhehí [fr. dhaddhi ; cf. Pa1n2. 6-4 , 119] or dhattāt RV. iii , 8 , 1 ; 2. pl. dhattá , i , 64 , 15 , dhattana , i , 20 , 7 , dádhāta , vii , 32 , 13 , or °tana , x , 36 , 13 [cf. Pa1n2. 7-1 , 45 Sch.] ; p. dádhat , °ti m. pl. °tas ; A1. 1. sg. dadhé [at once 3. sg. = dhatté RV. i , 149 , 5 &c and = pf. A1.] , 2. sg. dhátse , viii , 85 , 5 or dhatsé AV. v , 7 , 2 ; 2. 3. du. dadhā́the , °dhā́te ; 2. pl. °dhidhvé [cf. pf.] ; 3. pl. dádhate RV. v , 41 , 2 ; impf. ádhatta , °tthās ; Subj. dádhase , viii , 32 , 6 [ Pa1n2. 3-4 , 96 Ka1s3. ] ; Pot. dádhīta RV. i , 40 , 2 or dadhītá , v , 66 , 1 ; Impv. 2. sg. dhatsva , x , 87 , 2 or dadhiva , iii , 40 , 5 &c ; 2. pl. dhaddhvam [ Pa1n2. 8-2 , 38 Ka1s3. ] or dadhidhvam RV. vii , 34 , 10 , &c ; 3. pl. dadhatām AV. viii , 8 , 3 ; p. dádhāna)  ; 
rarely
cl.1 P. A1. dadhati , °te RV. MBh.  ; 
only thrice
cl.2 P. dhā́ti RV.  ; 
and once
cl.4 A1. Pot. dhāyeta MaitrUp. (pf.P. dadhaú , °dhā́tha , °dhatur , °dhimā́ , °dhur RV. &c ; A1. dadhé [cf. pr.] , dadhié or dhie RV. i , 56 , 6 ; 2. 3. du. dadhā́the , °dhā́te , 2. pl. dadhidhvé [cf. pr.] ; 3. pl. dadhiré , dadhre , x , 82 , 5 ; 6 , or dhire , i , 166 , 10 &c ; p. dádhāna [cf. pr.] ; aor. P. ádhāt , dhā́t , dhā́s ; adhúr,dhúr RV. &c ; Pot. dheyām , °yur ; dhetana RV. TBr. ; 2. sg. dhāyīs RV. i , 147 , 5 ; Impv. dhā́tu [cf. Pa1n2. 6-i , 8 Va1rtt. 3 Pat. ] ; 2. pl. dhā́ta or °tana , 3. pl. dhāntu RV. ; A1. adhita , °thās , adhītām , adhīmahi , dhīmahi , dhimahe , dhāmahe RV. ; 3. sg. ahita , hita AV. TA1r. ; Subj. dhéthe RV. i , 158 , 2 , dhaithe , vi , 67 , 7 ; Impv. dhivā́ , ii , 11 , 18 , &c ; P. adhat SV. ; dhat RV. ; P. dhāsur Subj. °sathas and °satha RV. ; A1. adhii , °ata Br. ; Pot. dhiīya ib. [ P. ?? vii , 4 , 45] ; dheīya MaitrS. ; fut. dhāsyati , °te or dhātā Br. &c ; inf. dhā́tum Br. &c ; Ved. also °tave , °tavaí , °tos ; dhiyádhyai RV. ; Class. also -dhitum ; ind.p. dhitvā́ Br. ; hitvā [ Pa1n2. 7-4 , 42] , -dhā́yaand-dhā́m AV. : Pass. dhīyáte RV. &c [ Pa1n2. 6-4 , 66] , p. dhīyámāna RV. i , 155 , 2 ; aor. ádhāyi , dhā́yi RV. [ Pa1n2. 7-3 , 33 Ka1s3. ] ; Prec. dhāsīṣṭa or dhāyiīṣṭa [vi , 4 , 62]) to put , place , set , lay in or on (loc.) RV. &c &c (with daṇḍam , to inflict punishment on [with loc. MBh. v , 1075 , with gen. R. v , 28 , 7] ; with tat-padavyām padam , to put one's foot in another's footstep i.e. imitate , equal Ka1vya7d. ii. 64)  ; 
to take or bring or help to (
loc. or dat. ; with āré , to remove) RV. AV. S3Br.  ; 
(
A1.) to direct or fix the mind or attention (cintām , manas , matim , samādhim &c ) upon , think of (loc. or dat.) , fix or resolve upon (loc. dat. acc. with prati or a sentence closed with iti) RV. Mn. MBh. Ka1v. BhP.  ; 
to destine for , bestow on , present or impart to (
loc. dat. or gen.) RV. Br. MBh. &c (Pass. to be given or granted , fall to one's [dat.] lot or share RV. i , 81 , 3)  ; 
to appoint , establish , constitute
RV. S3Br.  ; 
to render (with double
acc.) RV. vii , 31 , 12 Bhartr2. iii. 82  ; 
to make , produce , generate , create , cause , effect , perform , execute
RV. TBr. S3vetUp. &c (aor. with pūrayām , mantrayām , varayām &c = pūrayām &c cakāra)  ; 
to seize , take hold of , hold , bear , support , wear , put on (clothes)
RV. AV. Ka1v. BhP. &c  ; 
(
A1.) to accept , obtain , conceive (esp. in the womb) , get , take (with ókas or cánas , to take pleasure or delight in [loc. or dat.]) RV. AV. Br.  ; 
to assume , have , possess , show , exhibit , incur , undergo
RV. Hariv. Ka1v. Hit. etc. : Caus. -dhāpayati Pa1n2. 7-3 , 36 (» antar-dhā , śrad-dhā &c ) : Desid. dhítsati , °te ( Pa1n2. 7-4 , 54) , to wish to put in or lay on (loc.) RV. AitBr. (Class. Pass. dhitsyate ; dhitsya » s.v.)  ; 
dídhiati,°te , to wish to give or present RV.  ; 
(
A1.) to wish to gain , strive after (p. dídhiāa , x , 114 , 1) ib. : with avadyám , to bid defiance ib. iv , 18 , 7 (cf. didhiā́yya , didhiú): Intens. dedhīyate Pa1n2. 6-4 , 66. [cf. Zd. da1 , dadaiti ; Gk. θε- , θη- , τίθημι;Lith. dedu4 , de4ti ; Slav. dedja , diti ; Old Sax. duan , do7n , Angl.Sax. do7n , Engl. do ; Germ. tuan ; tuon , thun.]
dhā 2 [L=100608]
putting , placing , bestowing , holding , having , causing &c (ifc. ; cf. 2. dha)
dhā 2 [L=100609]
placer , bestower , holder , supporter &c
dhā 2 [L=100610]
N. of brahmā or bhas-pati L.
dhā 2 [L=100611]
» 2. dha
dhā 2 [L=100612]
instr. (= nom.) perhaps in the suffix dhā (which forms adverbs from numerals e.g. eka-dhā́ , dví-dhā &c )
(H1B) f.
(H1) cl.3 P. A1.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
 dhāman
dhā́man [p= 514,3] [L=100869]
dwelling-place , house , abode , domain RV. &c &c (esp. seat of the gods cf. madhyama dhāma viṣṇo S3ak. [ Pi. ?? iv , 5] ; site of the sacred fire and the soma RV. &c ; with priyam , favourite residence VS. Br. )

VS. AV. Br.

pl.) RV. &c

esp. of mitra-varua) RV. AV.

Prab. i , 30

esp. in sacrifice , song &c ) RV. VS.

RV. &c MBh. Ka1v. Pur.
dhā́man [L=100876]
N. of one of the 7 ṛṣis of the 4th manv-antara (v.l. dhāt) Hariv. [cf. Gk. θημον in ε-θήμων ; θαμά , θωμός &c ; Lat. fam-ulus ; Angl.Sax. do7m ; Goth. domas ; Germ. tuom and suff. -tum.]
dhā́man [p= 1329,2] [L=334340]
accord. to some in RV. also = muhūrta, "an hour").
(H2) n.
[L=100870]favourite thing or person , delight , pleasure
[L=100871]the inmates of a house or members of a family , class , troop , band , host (also
[L=100872]law , rule , established order (
[L=100873]state , condition
[L=100874]manner , mode , tone , form , appearance (
[L=100875]effect , power , strength , majesty , glory , splendour , light
(H2B) m.
(H2) (
 dhi
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 28.113
Whitney Roots links: Di
dhi 1 [p= 516,2] [L=101184]
dhiyati (didhāya , dheyati &c ) to hold ( Dha1tup. xxviii , 113) . Prob. abstracted fr. √1. dhā , of which it is the weak form.
dhi 2 [L=101185]
receptacle (only ifc. ; cf. ambu- , iu- &c )
dhi 3 [L=101191]
dhinv cl.5 P. dhinoti (aor. adhinvīt Br. ; pf. didhinva ; fut. dhinviyati , dhinvitā Gr.) to nourish , satiate , satisfy Br.  ; 
to delight , please
Ka1v.
dhi 4 [L=101193]
ádhi2 (e.g. in dhi-ṣṭhita [ MBh. BhP. ] for adhi-ṣṭhita q.v. ; cf. pi = ápi , va = áva).
dhi [p= 1329,2] [L=334380]
(H1) cl.6 P.
(H2) m.
(H1) or
(H1) =
(H2) (for "abstracted" read "formed")
 nand
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 3.30
Whitney Roots links: nand
nand [p= 526,2] [p= 526,3] [L=103420]
( Dha1tup. iii , 30) nándati , ep. also °te (pf. nananda MBh. ; fut. nandiyate ib. , °diyati and °ditā Gr. ; aor. anandīt ; inf. nanditum ib.) to rejoice , delight , to be pleased or satisfied with , be glad of (instr. , rarely abl.) RV. &c &c : Pass. nandyate MBh. &c : Caus. nandayati , °te aor. ananandat , to make glad , gladden Up. MBh. &c : Desid. ninandiati Gr.: Intens. nānandyate Pa1n2. 6-4 , 24 Ka1s3.
(H1) cl.1 P.
 nanda
nánda [p= 526,3] [L=103421]
joy , delight , happiness (also pl.) AV. VS. &c


of one of yudhi-ṣṭhira's 2 drums MBh.

kubera's 9 gems L.

gopa- add. ; cf. nandana)

of viṣṇu MBh.

skanda's attendants ib.

nāga ib.

-ka)

Buddh. deity Lalit.

daka BhP.

dhta-rāṣṭra (also -ka) MBh.

gautama buddha MWB. 441

vasu-deva Pur.

kṛṣṇa and ancestor of durgā MBh. Hariv. Pur. &c (also -ka L. )

sātvatas BhP.

ali-putra and founder of a dynasty consisting of 9 successive princes HParis3. Pur. Katha1s. Pan5c. &c

nandas) Jyot.

sev. scholars and authors Cat.

BhP. (cf. -parvata and nandi-giri)
nánda [L=103460]
a kind of house Gal.
(H2) m.
[L=103422](in mus.) a flute 7 inches long
[L=103423]N.
[L=103424]of one of
[L=103425]a son (in
[L=103426]N.
[L=103427]of one of
[L=103428]of a
[L=103429](also
[L=103430]of a
[L=103431]of an attendant on
[L=103432]of a son of
[L=103433]of a step-brother and disciple of
[L=103434]of a son of
[L=103435]of the foster-father of
[L=103436]of a leader of the
[L=103437]of a king of
[L=103438]of the number 9 (because of the 9
[L=103439]of
[L=103440]of a mountain
(H2B) n.
 nandaka
nandaka [L=103498]
delighting in (comp.) MBh.

esp. a family) L.
nandaka [L=103500]
joy , delight L.
nandaka [L=103501]
a frog L.
nandaka [L=103502]
N. of kṛṣṇa's sword MBh.
nandaka [L=103503]
( °kin m. its possessor i.e. kṛṣṇa ib.)
nandaka [L=103504]
of a bull Pan5c.
nandaka [L=103505]
of a village Ra1jat. (cf. also under nanda , m.)
(H2) mfn.
[L=103499]rejoicing , gladdening , making happy (
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 nandathu
nandathu [L=103508]
joy , delight , happiness L.
(H2) m.
 nayanaprīti
nayana--prīti [p= 528,3] [L=103997]
" eye-delight " , lovely sight L.
(H3) f.
 niprīti
ni--prīti [p= 543,2] [L=107627]
not taking delight in , not pleased with (loc.) Gaut. MBh.
(H3) mfn.
 niprītika
ni--prītika [L=107628]
not connected with joy or delight Lalit.
(H3) mfn.
 nira
ni- √ ra [p= 552,3] [L=109259]
-rayáthas) , to rejoice or delight in (instr.) RV. i , 112 , 18.
(H1) (only
 nirvā
nir- √  [p= 557,3] [L=109971]
-vāti (pf. -vavau) , to blow (as wind) R.  ; 
to cease to blow , to be blown out or extinguished
 ; 
to be allayed or refreshed or exhilarated
MBh. Ka1v. &c : Caus. -vāpayati , to put out , extinguish , allay , cool , refresh , delight RV. &c &c
(H1) P.
 nirviś
nir- √ viś [p= 558,1] [L=110035]
-viśati (inf. -veṣṭum) , to enter into (acc. or loc.)  ; 
(
esp.) to settle in a home , become a householder (also with gheu)  ; 
to marry
Ka1v. Pur.  ; 
to pay , render , offer (
bhartpiṇḍam) MBh.  ; 
to enjoy , delight in (
acc.) Hariv. Ka1v. &c  ; 
to go out or forth
W.  ; 
to embellish
MW.  ; 
to reward
ib.
(H1) P.
 nirv
nir- √ v 1 [L=110053]
ind.p. a-nirvtya , " not finding satisfaction or delight " BhP. )
nir- √ v 2 [L=110071]
-vṛṇīte , to choose , select RV. TS.
(H1) (of verbal forms only
(H1) A1.
 nirvti
nir-° vti [L=110059]
complete satisfaction or happiness , bliss , pleasure , delight MBh. Ka1v. &c

= nir-vāa) Bha1m. (cf. MWB. 137)

Sus3r.

Ka1d.

L.

for 1. nir-vtti Hit. iv , 6÷7
nir-° vti [L=110065]
N. of a man Hariv.
nir-° vti [L=110066]
of a son of vṛṣṇi Pur.
(H3) f.
[L=110060]emancipation , final beatitude (
[L=110061]attainment of rest
[L=110062]extinction (of a lamp)
[L=110063]destruction , death
[L=110064]w.r.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
 nyuc
ny- √ uc [p= 573,1] [L=112969]
-ucyati (pf. -uvoca) , to delight or take pleasure in (acc. or loc.) RV.  ; 
to like to stay in or with (
loc.) AV.
(H1) P.
 parasparaprīti
paras-para--prīti [p= 589,1] [L=116650]
mutual delight or content Pan5c.
(H3) f.
 paritu
pari- √ tu [p= 595,2] [L=117654]
-tuyati (°te BhP. ) , to be quite satisfied with (gen. or loc. or instr.) , to be much pleased or very glad MBh. Ka1v. &c : Caus. -toayati , to satisfy completely , to appease , delight , flatter ib.
(H1) P.
 parituṣṭi
pari-tuṣṭi [L=117658]
complete satisfaction , contentment , delight Tattvas.
(H3) f.
 paritoa
pari-toa [L=117660]
(ifc. f(ā).) = °tuṣṭi

loc. or gen.) delight in Mn. MBh. &c

of a man Cat.
(H3) m.
[L=117661](with
[L=117662]N.
 parivdh
pari- √ vdh [p= 601,3] [L=118702]
-vardhate , to grow , grow up , increase Ka1v. Ra1jat. Sus3r. : Caus. -vardhayati , °te , to bring up , rear , increase , augment MBh. Ka1v.  ; 
to rejoice , delight (with
gen.) Hariv.
(H1) A1.
 parihṛṣ
pari- √ hṛṣ [p= 605,1] [L=119195]
-harayati , to delight greatly , cause to rejoice MBh. Hariv.
(H1) Caus.
 pulaka
pulaka [p= 638,1] [L=126653]
a species of edible plant MBh.

L.

pl.) erection or bristling of the hairs of the body (considered to be occasioned by delight or rapture rather than by fear) Ka1v. Pur. (also n. but mostly occurring ibc. and ifc. with f(ā).)

» tṛṇa-p°)

Var.

L.

L.

L.

L.

gandharva L.

asurājī (?) L.

of a prince VP.

nāga L.
pulaka [L=126666]
a species of earth L.
pulaka [L=126667]
horripilation (cf. above )
(H2) m.
[L=126654]a species of tree
[L=126655](
[L=126656]a bunch (
[L=126657]a kind of stone or gem
[L=126658]flaw or defect in a gem
[L=126659]a kind of insect or vermin
[L=126660]a cake of meal with which elephants are fed
[L=126661]orpiment
[L=126662]a
[L=126663]=
[L=126664]N.
[L=126665]of a
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 pulakokampa
pula° ko* kampa [L=126674]
trembling with a thrill of delight Katha1s.
(H3) mfn.
 pulakaya
pula° kaya [L=126678]
P. °yati , to have or feel the hair of the body erect (with rapture or delight) Gi1t.
(H3) Nom.
 pūrānanda
pūrā* nanda [p= 642,3] [L=127734]
full delight , Ra1matUp.

of the Supreme Being A.

sev. authors (also -tīrtha , -nātha , -sarasvatī &c ) Cat.
(H3) m.
[L=127735]N.
[L=127736]of
 pṛḍ
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 28.39
pṛḍ [p= 645,2] [L=128328]
pṛḍati , to gladden , delight Dha1tup. xxviii , 39.
(H1) cl.6 P.
 prakāma
pra-kāmá [p= 653,1] [L=129821]
joy , delight VS.

objects of desire R.
pra-kāmá [L=129823]
with delight , willingly , according to desire , sufficiently , very much , indeed MBh. Ka1v. &c
(H1) m.
[L=129822]pl.
(H1B) ibc.
 prakāmam
pra-kāmám [L=129823.1]
with delight , willingly , according to desire , sufficiently , very much , indeed MBh. Ka1v. &c
(H1C) ind.
 prakāmatas
pra-kāmá---tas [L=129823.2]
with delight , willingly , according to desire , sufficiently , very much , indeed MBh. Ka1v. &c
(H1C) ind.
 praāda
pra-° āda [p= 659,3] [L=131072]
a loud sound or noise (esp. expressive of approbation or delight) , shout , cry , roar , yell , neigh &c MBh. R.

W.

&c ) , SuS3r. ??

of a cakra-vartin DivyA7v.
(H3) m.
[L=131073]a murmur or sigh of rapture
[L=131074]noise or buzzing in the ear (from thickening of the membranes
[L=131075]N.
 pratiju
prati- √ ju [p= 665,3] [L=132322]
-juate , to be kind or tender towards (acc.) , honour , serve RV.  ; 
to be gratified by , delight in (
acc.) ib.
(H1) A1.
 pratinand
prati- √ nand [p= 666,2] [L=132435]
-nandati , to greet cheerfully , salute (also in return) , bid welcome or farewell , address kindly , favour , befriend AV. &c  ; 
to receive joyfully or thankfully , to accept willingly (with
na , to decline , refuse , reject) Mn. MBh. &c : Caus. -nandayati , to gladden , delight , gratify MBh. Ka1m.
(H1) P.
 pratint
prati- √ nt [p= 666,3] [p= 667,1] [L=132498]
-ntyati , to dance before (in token of contempt) , mock in turn by dancing before (acc.) MBh. : Intens. -narntīti , to dance before (in token of love) , delight or gladden by dancing before (acc.) Pat.
(H1) P.
 pratīti
prátī* ti [p= 673,2] [L=133607]
going towards , approaching RV.
673,3] [L=133608]
Veda7ntas.

S3ak. S3am2k. Katha1s. &c

Das3.

Inscr.

W.

ib.

ib.
(H3) f.
[p= the following from anything (as a necessary result) , being clear or intelligible by itself
[L=133609]clear apprehension or insight into anything , complete understanding or ascertainment , conviction
[L=133610]confidence , faith , belief.
[L=133611]trust , credit
[L=133612]fame , notoriety
[L=133613]respect
[L=133614]delight
 pratu
pra- √ tu [p= 674,2] [L=133748]
-tuyati , to delight in (instr.) Bhat2t2. : Caus. -toayati , to give pleasure , gratify BhP.
(H1) P.
 pratyagānanda
pratyag--ānanda [p= 675,2] [L=133961]
inwardly rejoicing , appearing as inward delight Veda7ntas.
(H3) mfn.
 pramad
pra- √ mad [p= 685,2] [L=135711]
mand) P. (rarely A1.) -madati , -mandati , -mādyati (°te) , to enjoy one's self , be joyous , sport , play RV.  ; 
to be careless or negligent , to be indifferent to or heedless about (
abl. or loc.) RV. &c  ; 
to neglect duty for , idle away time in (
loc.) Mn. MBh. &c  ; 
to be thrown into confusion
MBh. : Caus. P. -mādayati , to gladden , delight Ba1lar.  ; 
A1. -mādayate , to enjoy , indulge in RV.
pra-° mád [L=135725]
lust , desire VS. AV.
prá-mad [L=135726]
lust , desire VS. AV.
(H1) (or
(H3) f.
(H3) f.
 pramada
pra-mada [L=135727]
joy , pleasure , delight MBh. Katha1s.
pra-mada [L=135728]
wanton , dissolute Ragh. (also °daka Nir. )
pra-mada [L=135729]
mad , intoxicated L.
pra-mada [L=135730]
the thorn-apple L.
pra-mada [L=135731]
the ankle L.
pra-mada [L=135732]
N. of a dānava Hariv.
pra-mada [L=135733]
of a son of vasiṣṭha and one of the sages under manu uttama BhP.
pra-mada [L=135734]
(f(ā). » below)
(H2) m.
(H2B) mfn.
(H2B) mfn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 pramud
pra- √ mud [p= 686,3] [L=136002]
-modate , to become joyful , rejoice greatly , exult , be delighted AV. &c &c : Caus. -modayati , to make glad , delight Mn. MBh. Hariv. Sa1h.
pra-° mud [L=136003]
pleased , happy L.
pra-° múd [L=136004]
gladness , delight , pleasure (esp. sensual pleasure) RV. VS. S3Br. MBh. Pan5cat. (°mude-bhū , to become a cause of delight) .
(H1) A1.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) f.
 pramoda
pra-modá [L=136015]
(also pl. ; ifc. f(ā).) excessive joy , delight , gladness VS. Up. MBh. &c

n.) one of the 8 khya perfections Tattvas. Sa1m2khyak. Sch.

jainas) joy as exhibited in the virtuous HYog.

Hariv. (as a child of brahmā VP. )

VarBr2S. viii , 29

BhP.

Gal.

of a being attendant upon skanda MBh.

nāga ib.

Cat.

sev. men VP. Ra1jat.
pra-moda [p= 687,2] [L=136130]
» pra-mud.
(H2) m.
[L=136016](also
[L=136017](with
[L=136018]Pleasure personified
[L=136019]the 4th year in a 60 years' cycle of Jupiter
[L=136020]a strong perfume
[L=136021]a kind of rice
[L=136022]N.
[L=136023]of a
[L=136024]of an author
[L=136025]of
(H1) &c
 prayas
pra- √ yas 1 [p= 687,3] [L=136209]
-yásyati (cf. Pa1n2. 3-1 , 71) , to begin to bubble AV.  ; 
to endeavour , labour , strive after (
dat.) Naish.
práyas 2 [p= 688,1] [L=136215]
( √ prī) pleasure , enjoyment , delight RV. (prā́yase , iv , 21 , 7 = práyase)

práyāsi nadī́nām , " refreshing waters ") ib.
práyas 2 [L=136217]
valuable , precious (?) W.
(H1) P.
(H1) n.
[L=136216]object of delight , pleasant food or drink , dainties , libations (
(H1B) mfn.
 praram
pra- √ ram [p= 689,1] [L=136442]
P. -ramayati , to delight or gladden greatly , exhilarate Nir. ii , 18.
(H1) Caus.
 prahara
pra-hara [p= 700,3] [L=138530]
» pra-hṛṣ.
pra-hara [p= 701,2] [L=138676]
erection (or greater erection) of the male organ Car.

°ak , with loc. " to delight in ") MBh. Ka1v. &c
(H1) &c
(H2) m.
[L=138677]erection of the hair , extreme joy , thrill of delight , rapture (
 praharaa
pra-° haraa [L=138679]
(ī)n. causing erection of the hair of the body , enrapturing , delighting MBh. Hariv.
pra-° haraa [L=138680]
the planet Mercury or its ruler L. (cf. °ula)
pra-° haraa [L=138682]
a kind of metre Chandom.
pra-° haraa [L=138683]
erection (of the hair of the body) Car.
pra-° haraa [L=138684]
rapture , joy , delight MBh.
pra-° haraa [L=138685]
gladdening , delighting. ib.
pra-° haraa [L=138686]
the attainment of a desired object Kuval.
(H3) mf
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
 prahṛṣṭa
pra-hṛṣṭa [L=138695]
erect , bristling (as the hair of the body) MBh. R. BhP.

ib. Var. Katha1s. Pan5cat. &c
(H2) mfn.
[L=138696]thrilled with delight. exceedingly pleased , delighted
 prahlād
pra- √ hlād [p= 701,3] [L=138723]
-hlādate , to be refreshed or comforted , to rejoice Kir. : Caus. -hlādayati °te to refresh , comfort , delight MBh. R. &c
(H1) A1.
 prahlatti
pra-° hlatti [L=138725]
pleasure , delight Pa1n2. 6-4 , 95 Sch.
(H3) f.
 prahlāda
pra-hlāda [L=138728]
joyful excitement , delight , joy. happiness MBh. R. Sus3r.

L.

Gal.

of a pious daitya (son of hiraya-kaśipu ; he was made king of the daitya by viṣṇu , and was regent of one of the divisions of pātāla ; cf. pra-hrāda) MBh. VP. ( RTL. 109)

nāga. MBh.

prajā-pati ib.

N. of a people. ib.
(H2) m.
[L=138729]sound , noise
[L=138730]a species of rice
[L=138731]N.
[L=138732]of a
[L=138733]of a
[L=138734]pl.
 prāmodya
prā--mo° dya [p= 702,2] [L=138912]
rapture , delight Lalit. DivyA7v.
(H4) n.
 prī
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 31.2
Whitney Roots links: prI
prī 1 [p= 710,1] [p= 709,3] [L=140436]
( Dha1tup. xxxi , 2) prīā́ti , prīīté  ; 
cl.4 A1. (xxvi , 35) prīyate (rather Pass. ; ep. and mc. also °ti and priyate , °ti ; pf. pipriyé , p. °á Subj. pipráyat ; Impv. pipráyasva or °prīhí RV. ; aor. apraiīt Br. Subj. préat RV. ; apreṣṭa Gr. ; fut. preyati , °te , pretā ib.) P. to please , gladden , delight , gratify , cheer , comfort , soothe , propitiate RV. &c  ; 
(mostly
A1. prīyate) to be pleased or satisfied with , delight in , enjoy (gen. instr. loc. or abl.) ib.  ; 
(
A1. ; ep. and mc. also P. and pri°) to like , love , be kind to (acc.) MBh. R. : Caus. prīayati (prāpayati Siddh. , prāyayati Vop. ) , to please , delight gratify , propitiate A1s3vGr2. Ya1jn5. MBh. &c  ; 
to refresh , comfort
Car. : Desid. píprīati , to wish to please or propitiate RV. : Intens. peprīyate , peprayīti , pepreti Gr. ([cf. Goth. frijo7n , frijo7nds ; Germ. friunt , freund ; Angl.Sax. freo4nd ; Eng. friend ; Slav. prijati ; Lith. pre0telius &c ])
prī 2 [p= 711,1] [L=140705]
(ifc.) kind , delighted (» adhaprī , kadha-prī , ghta-prī &c )
(H1) cl.9 P. A1.
(H2) mfn.
 prīta
prītá [L=140714]
pleased , delighted , satisfied , joyful , glad

instr. loc. gen. , or ifc.) RV. &c

gen. or comp.) Ca1n2. Hit.

Hit.
prītá [L=140719]
jest , mirth L.
prītá [L=140720]
pleasure , delight W.
(H2) mfn.
[L=140715]pleased or delighted or satisfied with , joyful at , glad of (with
[L=140716]beloved , dear to (
[L=140717]kind (as speech)
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 psaras
psáras [p= 715,3] [L=141585]
a feast , enjoyment , delight RV. (cf. devá-psaras).
(H2) n.
 bhavarasa
bhavá--rasa [p= 749,1] [L=149047]
delight in worldly existence Sin6ha7s.
(H3) m.
 bhūyoruci
bhūyo--ruci [p= 763,3] [L=152333]
taking much delight in anything (-tā f.) L.
(H3) mfn.
 bhoga
bhogá 1 [p= 767,2] [L=153082]
( √1. bhuj) any winding or curve , coil (of a serpent) RV. &c

Hariv. Ka1m. Pan5cat.

partic. kind of military array Ka1m.

Suparn2.

L.
bhoga 2 [L=153111]
( √3. bhuj) enjoyment , eating , feeding on RV. &c &c (with jainas " enjoying once " , as opp. to upa-bhoga , q.v.)

S3Br. Gr2S3rS. &c

&c Mn. Ya1jn5.

Mn. MBh. &c

i.e. rule , sway Ma1rkP.

Mn. MBh. &c

RV. &c

&c ) MBh. R.

Mn. MBh. &c

esp. of prostitution) L.

astron.) the passing through a constellation VarBr2S.

Su1ryas.

arithm.) the numerator of a fraction (?) W.

of a teacher Cat.
bhoga 2 [L=153126]
w.r. for bhogya or bhāgya.
(H1) m.
[L=153083]the expanded hood of a snake
[L=153084]a
[L=153085]a snake
[L=153086]the body
(H1) m.
[L=153112]use , application
[L=153113]fruition , usufruct , use of a deposit
[L=153114]sexual enjoyment
[L=153115]enjoyment of the earth or of a country
[L=153116]experiencing , feeling , perception (of pleasure or pain)
[L=153117]profit , utility , advantage , pleasure , delight
[L=153118]any object of enjoyment (as food , a festival
[L=153119]possession , property , wealth , revenue
[L=153120]hire , wages (
[L=153121](in
[L=153122]the part of the ecliptic occupied by each of the 27 lunar mansions
[L=153123](in
[L=153124]N.
(H1B) n.
 bhramarotsavā
bhramaro* tsavā [p= 769,3] [L=153601]
" bee-delight " , Gaertnera Racemosa L.
(H3) f.
 mad
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 19.54, 26.99, 33.31
Whitney Roots links: mad
mad 1 [p= 777,2] [L=155241]
pers. pron. in the sg. number (esp. in comp.)
mad 2 [p= 777,3] [L=155288]
cf.mand) cl.4 P. ( Dha1tup. xxvi , 99) mā́dyati (ep. also °te ; Ved. also cl.1. P. A1. madati , °te ; cl.3. P. mamátti , °ttu , mamádat , ámamadu ; Ved. Impv. mátsi , °sva ; pf. mamā́da ; aor. amādiu , amatsu , amatta ; Subj. mátsati , °sat ; fut. maditā , madiyati Gr. ; Ved. inf. maditos) , to rejoice , be glad , exult , delight or revel in (instr. gen. loc. , rarely acc.) , be drunk (also fig.) with (instr.) RV. &c  ; 
to enjoy heavenly bliss (said of gods and deceased ancestors)
RV. TBr.  ; 
to boil , bubble (as water)
RV. TS. S3Br. Hariv.  ; 
to gladden , exhilarate , intoxicate , animate , inspire
RV. : Caus. mādáyati , °te ( Dha1tup. xxxiii , 31 , xix , 54 ; aor. ámīmadat or amamadat ; Ved. inf. madayádhyai) , to gladden , delight , satisfy , exhilarate , intoxicate , inflame , inspire RV. &c  ; 
(
A1.) to be glad , rejoice , be pleased or happy or at ease RV. VS. Kaus3.  ; 
(
A1.) to enjoy heavenly bliss RV. TBr. BhP. : Desid. mimadiati Gr.: Intens. māmadyate , māmatti ib. ([Perhaps orig. " to be moist " ; cf. Gk. μαδάω ; Lat. madere.])
(H1) base of the first
(H1) (
 manaprīti
mana--prīti [p= 783,3] [L=156732]
gladness of heart , delight Katha1s.
(H3) f.
 mayas
máyas [p= 789,2] [L=158009]
(prob. fr. √3. ) refreshment , enjoyment , pleasure , delight RV. VS. TBr.
(H1) n.
 mayobhava
mayo--bhavá [L=158012]
causing pleasure , delighting VS.
mayo--bhavá [L=158013]
refreshment , delight A1pS3r.
mayo--bhavá [L=158014]
N. of a man (pl. his descendants) Pravar.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
 mah
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 17.81
Whitney Roots links: maMh
mah 1 [p= 794,1] [L=159151]
orig. magh ; cf. also √ mah) cl.1.10. P. ( Dha1tup. xvii , 81 ; xxxv , 15) mahati , maháyati (Ved. and ep. also A1. mahate , °háyate ; p. mahát q.v. ; pf. mamāha Gr. ; māmahé ; Subj. māmahanta , māmahas RV. ; aor. amahīt Gr. ; fut. mahitā , mahiyati ib. ; ind.p. mahitvā MBh. ; inf. mahe , and maháye q.v.) to elate , gladden , exalt , arouse , excite RV. Br. Kaus3. ChUp. MBh.  ; 
to magnify , esteem highly , honour , revere
MBh. Ka1v. &c  ; 
(
A1.) to rejoice , delight in (instr. or acc.) RV. iii , 52 , 6 ; vi , 15 , 2  ; 
to give , bestow
ib. i , 94 , 6 ; 117 , 17 ; v , 27 , 1 &c [cf. Gk. μέγ-ας ;Lat. magnus , mactus ; Old Germ. michel ; Eng. mickle , much.]
máh 2 [L=159152]
(ī́ or = m.)n. great , strong , powerful mighty , abundant RV. VS.

pit or māt) old , aged RV. i , 71 , 5 ; v , 41 , 15 &c
(H1) (
(H2) mf
[L=159153](with
 mahāsaukhya
mahā́--saukhya [p= 802,1] [L=161133]
feeling intense delight , Su1ryapr.
(H3) mfn.
 māda
māda [p= 808,1] [L=162479]
( √2. mad) drunkenness , exhilaration , delight. passion , stupor L.

Sa1y. (cf. gandha- and sadha-m°).
(H1) m.
[L=162480]fighting war
 muc
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 28.136, 33.66, 6.12
Whitney Roots links: muc
muc 1 [p= 820,3] [L=165081]
mocate , to cheat Dha1tup. vi , 12 (= √ mac q.v.)
muc 2 [L=165082]
( Dha1tup. xxviii , 136) muñcáti , °te ( RV. also , mucánti , mucasva ; p. muñcāna MBh. ; pf. , mumóca , mumucé , Ved. , also , mumócat , múmocati , mumucas , mumoktu , amumuktam ; aor. ámok AV. ; Impv. mogdhí TA1r. ; amauk Br. ; ámucat AV. ; amuki,mukata RV. AV. ; Prec. mucīṣṭa RV. ; mukīya ib. ; fut. , moktā , Ka1lid. ; mokyati,°te Br. &c ; inf. moktum Br. &c ; ind.p. muktvā́ ib. , -múcya RV. , mókam , Br. ) , to loose , let loose , free , let go , slacken , release , liberate (" from " , abl. or -tas ; A1. and Pass. with abl. or instr. , rarely with gen. " to free one's self , get rid of , escape from ") RV. &c , &c (with kaṇṭham , to relax the throat i.e. raise a cry ; with raśmīn , to slacken the reins ; with prā*ān , to deprive of life , kill)  ; 
to spare , let live
R.  ; 
to set free , allow to depart , dismiss , despatch (" to " , loc. or
dat.) MBh. Ka1v. &c  ; 
to relinquish , abandon , leave , quit , give up , set aside , depose
ib. (with kalevaram , deham , prā*ān or jīvitam , to quit the body or give up the ghost i.e. to die)  ; 
to yield , grant , bestow
Ra1jat. Campak.  ; 
to send forth , shed , emit , utter , discharge , throw , cast , hurl , shoot at (" or upon "
loc. dat. , or acc. with or without prati ; with abl. and ātmānam , to throw one's self down from) Ya1jn5. MBh. R. &c  ; 
(
A1.) to put on Bhat2t2. (Sch.) : Pass. mucyáte (or múcyate , ep. also °ti and fut. mokyati ; aor. ámoci) , to be loosed , to be set free or released RV. &c  ; 
to deliver one's self from , to get rid of , escape (
esp. from sin or the bonds of existence) Mn. MBh. &c  ; 
to abstain from (
abl.) Pan5cat.  ; 
to be deprived or destitute of (
instr.) MBh. : Caus. mocayati (mc. also °te ; aor. amūmucat) , to cause to loose or let go or give up or discharge or shed (with two acc.) Megh. Bhat2t2.  ; 
to unloose , unyoke , unharness (horses)
MBh. R.  ; 
to set free , liberate , absolve from (
abl.) Mn. MBh. &c  ; 
to redeem (a pledge)
Ya1jn5.  ; 
to open (a road)
Prab.  ; 
to give away , spend , bestow
Ma1rkP.  ; 
to gladden , delight , yield enjoyment
Dha1tup. xxxiii , 66 : Desid. of Caus. mumocayiati , to wish to deliver (from the bondage of existence) S3am2k. (cf. , mumocayiu): Desid. mumukati , °te , (P.) to wish or be about to set free Pa1n2. 7-4 , 57 Sch.  ; 
to be about to give up or relinquish (life)
Katha1s.  ; 
to wish or intend to cast or hurl
Ragh.  ; 
(
A1.) to wish to free one's self Pa1n2. 7-4 , 57 Sch.  ; 
to desire final liberation or beatitude
RV. BhP. (cf.mok): Intens. momucyate or monokti Gr. ([cf. Gk. μύσσω , μκος , μυκτής ; Lat. mungo , mucus.])
muc 3 [p= 821,2] [L=165249]
freeing or delivering from (» aho-m°)

» jala- , para- , sāyaka-m° &c )
muc 3 [L=165251]
deliverance (» a-múc).
(H1) cl.1 A1.
(H1) cl.6 P. A1.
(H2) mfn.
[L=165250]letting go or letting fall , dropping , discharging , shooting , sending (
(H2B) f.
 mud
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 2.15, 33.66
Whitney Roots links: mud
mud 1 [p= 822,2] [L=165449]
modayati , to mix , mingle , blend , unite Dha1tup. xxxiii , 66.
mud 2 [L=165450]
( Dha1tup. ii , 15) módate (ep. and mc. also P. °ti ; pf. mumóda RV. ; mumude MBh. &c ; aor. amodiṣṭa Gr. ; Pot. mudīmahi RV. ; Prec. modiīṣṭhās AV. ; fut. moditā Gr. ; modiyate MBh. ; ind.p. -modam MBh. ) , to be merry or glad or happy , rejoice , delight in (instr. or loc.) RV. &c &c : Caus. , modayati , °te (aor. amumudat) , to gladden , give pleasure , exhilarate MBh. Bhat2t2. : Desid. , of Caus. mumodayiati S3Br. : Desid. mumodiate or mumudithate Pa1n2. 1-2 , 26 : Intens. momudyate , momudīti , momotti Gr.
múd 3 [L=165451]
joy , delight , gladness , happiness (also pl.) RV. &c

tuṣṭi) BhP.

W.

= vddhi) W.

L.

N. of a class of apsaras VP.
(H1) cl.10 P.
(H1) cl.1 A1.
(H2) f.
[L=165452]Joy personified (as a daughter of
[L=165453]intoxication , frenzy
[L=165454]a species of drug (
[L=165455]a woman (?)
[L=165456]pl.
 mṛḍ
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 28.38
Whitney Roots links: mfq
mṛḍ [p= 829,3] [L=167161]
RV. mṛḷ) cl.6 P. ( Dha1tup. xxviii , 38) , mṛḍati (mṛḷati ; once A1. mṛḍase Ka1t2h. ) cl.9. P. mṛḍnāti (xxxi , 44) , cl.10. , mṛḍayati (mṛḷáyati) , °te  ; 
mṛṇḍayati (?) , xxxii , 117 (pf. mamara Gr. ; mamṛḍyu RV. ; amarīt Gr. ; fut. maritā , °iyati ib. ; inf. maritum ib. ; ind.p. mṛḍitvā Pa1n2. 1-2 , 7) , to be gracious or favourable , pardon , spare (with dat. of pers. and acc. of , thing) RV. &c  ; 
to treat kindly , make happy , rejoice , delight (with
acc.) BhP. : Caus. marayati (aor. amīmṛḍat , or amamarat) Gr.: Desid. mimariati ib. : Intens. marīmṛḍyate , marīmarṭṭi ib.
(H1) (
 moda
móda [p= 835,3] [L=168492]
( √2. mud) joy , delight , gladness , pleasure RV. &c

BhP. (cf. āmoda)

of a partic. formula A1pS3r.

muni Cat.
(H1) m.
[L=168493]fragrance , perfume
[L=168494]N.
[L=168495]of a
 modita
modita [L=168529]
(fr. Caus.) pleased , delighted W.
modita [L=168530]
pleasure , delight ib.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) n.
 yogānanda
yogā* nanda [p= 857,3] [L=172596]
" delight of the Yoga " , N. of two authors Cat.

for yoga-nanda Va1s. , Introd.
(H3) m.
[L=172597]w.r.
 ra
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 13.2, 19.33, 19.56
Whitney Roots links: ran1, ran2
ra 1 [p= 863,3] [L=174075]
ran (cf.ram) cl.1.4. P. ati , yati (2. du. rayátha RV. i , 112 , 18 ; pf. rāraa RV. ; aor. arāiu , raiṣṭana ib.) , to rejoice , be pleased , take pleasure in (loc. , rarely acc.) RV.  ; 
to gladden , delight , gratify
ib. : Caus. raṇḍyati , °te , to cheer , gladden , exhilarate with (instr. or loc.) RV.  ; 
to be at ease , be pleased or satisfied with , delight in (
loc.) ib. TS. AV. : Intens. (Subj. rāráat , rārán ; Impv. rārandhi , rārantu) = Caus. (as well in the trans. as in the intrans. meanings) RV.
ra 2 [p= 864,2] [L=174197]
( Dha1tup. xiii , 2) raati (Gr. also pf. rarāa fut. raitā &c ) , to sound , ring , rattle , jingle Ka1v. Pur. : Caus. raayati (aor. arīraat or ararāat Pat. on Pa1n2. 7-4 , 3) , to make resound BhP. : Desid. riraiati Gr.: Intens. rarayate , raraṇṭi ib.
ra 3 [L=174208]
raayati , to go Dha1tup. xix , 33 ; 56.
(H1) or
(H1) cl.1 P.
(H1) cl.10 P.
 raa
a 1 [p= 863,3] [L=174076]
delight , pleasure , gladness , joy RV. VS. AV.
a 1 [L=174077]
battle (as an object of delight) , war , combat , fight , conflict RV. &c &c
raa 2 [p= 864,2] [L=174198]
(for 1. » [p= 863,3]) sound , noise L.

= koa) L.
raa 3 [L=174209]
going , motion L.
(H2) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2) m.
[L=174199]the quill or bow of a lute (
(H2) m.
 rava
ra 1 [p= 864,1] [L=174191]
(ā́)n. pleasant , delightful , agreeable , lovely RV.

ib.
rava 2 [L=174194]
P. °vati , to rejoice , delight TS.
rava [p= 864,2] [L=174223]
rava , ravita. » col.1.
(H2) mf
[L=174192]joyous , gay
(H2) Nom.
(H1) 1. 2.
 ratha
rátha 1 [p= 865,2] [L=174494]
( √4. ) " goer " , a chariot , car , esp. a two-wheeled war-chariot (lighter and swifter than the anas q.v.) , any vehicle or equipage or carriage (applied also to the vehicles of the gods) , waggon , cart RV. &c (ifc. f(ā).)

MBh. Katha1s. BhP.

L.

L.

Rotang L.

Ougeinensis L.

paurua L.
ratha 2 [p= 866,2] [L=174786]
( √ ram) pleasure , joy , delight (cf. mano-ratha)

cf. next).
ratha [p= 1331,3] [L=338620]
comp.)
(H1) m.
[L=174495]a warrior , hero , champion
[L=174496]the body
[L=174497]a limb , member , part
[L=174498]Calamus
[L=174499]Dalbergia
[L=174500]=
(H1) m.
[L=174787]affection , love (
(H2) (in
 ram
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 20.23
Whitney Roots links: ram
ram [p= 867,2] [L=174928]
( Dha1tup. xx , 23) ramate (Ved. also P. rámati or ramāti pf. rarāma MBh. ; reme Br. &c ; aor. 3. pl. ranta RV. ; arasīt Ka1v. ; arasta RV. ; rasiam SV. ; fut. rantā Gr. ; rasyati Br. ; °te ib. &c ; inf. ramitum MBh. ; rantum ib. &c ; rantos Br. ; ind.p. ratvā́ ib. ; rantvā Ka1v. ; -ramya or -ratya Pa1n2. 6-4 , 38) , to stop , stay , make fast , calm , set at rest (P. ; esp. pres. ramāti) RV. VS.  ; 
(
P. A1.)to delight , make happy , enjoy carnally MBh. Hariv. S3ukas.  ; 
(
A1.) to stand still , rest , abide , like to stay with (loc. or dat.) RV. &c  ; 
(
A1. ; P. only mc.) to be glad or pleased , rejoice at , delight in , be fond of (loc. instr. or inf.) RV. &c  ; 
to play or sport , dally , have sexual intercourse with (
instr. with or without samam , saha , sākam or *rdham) , ChUp. MBh. &c  ; 
to couple (said of deer)
Pa1n2. 3-1 , 26 , Va1rtt. 8 Pat. (cf. Caus.)  ; 
to play with
i.e. put to stake (instr.) Bhat2t2. : Caus. ramáyati or rāmáyati (aor. árīramat) , to cause to stay , stop , set at rest RV. TS. Pan5cavBr. Ka1tyS3r.  ; 
(
ramayati , mc. also °te) to gladden , delight , please , caress , enjoy carnally MBh. Ka1v. &c (3. sg. ramayati-tarām , Ratna7v. iii , 9)  ; 
to enjoy one's self , be pleased or delighted
MBh. Hariv.  ; 
mgān ramayati , he tells that the deer are coupling Pa1n2. 3-1 , 26 Va1rtt. 8 Pat. : Desid. in rira,°su q.v.: Desid. of Caus. in riramayiu q.v.: Intesis. raramyate or raramīti Pa1n2. 7-4 , 85. [cf. Zd. ram , Gk. ρέμα ,ραμαι , ρατός ; Lith. rimti ; Goth. rimis.]
(H1) cl.1. A1.
 rati
rati [p= 867,3] [L=174974]
rest , repose VS. S3a1n3khGr2.

loc. or comp. ; ratim with √ āp , labh , upa-labh , adhi-gam , vidk or bandh and loc. , " to find pleasure in ") Up. Mn. MBh. &c

kāma-deva , together with prīti q.v.) Mn. MBh. &c

L.

rati-gha , pleasure-house VarBr2S.

of the sixth kala of the Moon Cat.

apsaras MBh.

vibhu (mother of pthu-ea) BhP.

R.

n Up.

Col.
(H2) f.
[L=174975]pleasure , enjoyment , delight in , fondness for (
[L=174976]the pleasure of love , sexual passion or union , amorous enjoyment (often personified as one of the two wives of
[L=174977]the pudenda
[L=174978]=
[L=174979]N.
[L=174980]of an
[L=174981]of the wife of
[L=174982]of a magical incantation recited over weapons
[L=174983]of the letter
[L=174984]of a metre
 ranti
ránti 1 [p= 866,3] [L=174836]
( √1. ra) a fighter , warrior (?) RV. vii , 18 , 10 ; ix , 102 , 5.
ránti 2 [p= 868,1] [L=175071]
(for 1. » [p= 866,3]) loving to stay , abiding gladly with (loc.) AV. VS.

TS. VS. Pan5cavBr.
ránti 2 [L=175073]
N. of a lexicographer (= ranti-deva) S3is3. Sch.
(H1) m.
(H2) f.
[L=175072]pleasure , delight (used as a term of endearment for a cow)
(H2B) m.
 ramita
ramita [p= 868,2] [L=175177]
(fr. Caus.) gladdened , delighted , rendered happy Gi1t.
ramita [L=175178]
(prob.) pleasure , delight (» next) .
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) n.
 rasa
rása [p= 869,2] [L=175486]
(ifc. f(ā).) the sap or juice of plants , Juice of fruit , any liquid or fluid , the best or finest or prime part of anything , essence , marrow RV. &c

MBh. Ka1v. &c

Sus3r.

R. BhP.

L.

scil. gavām) milk MBh.
869,3] [L=175492]
scil. viasya) poison Das3. Ra1jat.

L.

L.

esp.) the primary juice called chyle (formed from the food and changed by the bile into blood) ib.

śiva) Sarvad.

RV. i , 105 , 2

L.

Cat.

cf. upa- , mahā-r°)

L.

Spinosa L.

L.

L.

L.

amta L.

madhura , sweet ; amla , sour ; lavaa , salt ; kauka , pungent ; tikta , bitter ; and kaāya , astringent ; sometimes 63 varieties are distinguished , viz. beside the 6 original ones , 15 mixtures of 2 , 20 of 3 , 15 of 4 , 6 of 5 , and 1 of 6 flavours) S3Br. &c

of the number " six " VarBr2S. S3rutab.

MBh. Ka1v. &c

BhP.

loc. with or scil. upari , or comp.) , love , affection , desire MBh. Ka1v. &c

ib.

rhet.) the taste or character of a work , the feeling or sentiment prevailing in it (from 8 to 10 rasas are generally enumerated , viz. śṛṅgāra , love ; vīra , heroism ; bībhatsa , disgust ; raudra , anger or fury ; hāsya , mirth ; bhayānaka , terror ; karua , pity ; adbhuta , wonder ; śānta , tranquillity or contentment ; vātsalya , paternal fondness ; the last or last two are sometimes omitted ; cf. under bhāva) Bhar. Das3ar. Ka1vya7d. &c

Uttarar. Ra1jat.

vaiṣṇavas) disposition of the heart or mind , religious sentiment (there are 5 rasas or ratis forming the 5 degrees of bhakti q.v. , viz. śānti , dāsya , sākhya , vātsalya , and mādhurya) W.

Pin3g.

of the sacred syllable , " Om , " S3a1n3khGr2.

niāda and a śanakī L.
(H2) m.
[L=175487]water , liquor , drink
[L=175488]juice of the sugar-cane , syrup
[L=175489]any mixture , draught , elixir , potion
[L=175490]melted butter
[L=175491](with or
[p= (with or
[L=175493]nectar
[L=175494]soup , broth
[L=175495]a constituent fluid or essential juice of the body , serum , (
[L=175496]mercury , quicksilver (sometimes regarded as a kind of quintessence of the human body , else where as the seminal fluid of
[L=175497]semen virile
[L=175498]myrrh
[L=175499]any mineral or metallic salt
[L=175500]a metal or mineral in a state of fusion (
[L=175501]gold
[L=175502]Vanguieria
[L=175503]a species of amaranth
[L=175504]green onion
[L=175505]resin
[L=175506]=
[L=175507]taste , flavour (as the principal quality of fluids , of which there are 6 original kinds , viz.
[L=175508]N.
[L=175509]any object of taste , condiment , sauce , spice , seasoning
[L=175510]the tongue (as the organ of taste)
[L=175511]taste or inclination or fondness for (
[L=175512]charm pleasure , delight
[L=175513](in
[L=175514]the prevailing sentiment in human character
[L=175515](with
[L=175516]a kind of metre
[L=175517]N.
[L=175518]the son of a
 rāga
rāga [p= 872,1] [L=176089]
(fr. √ rañj ; ifc. ā , or ī) the act of colouring or dyeing (cf. mūrdhaja-r°)

esp.) red colour , redness MBh. Ka1v. &c

Car.

esp.) love , affection or sympathy for , vehement desire of , interest or joy or delight in (loc. or comp.) Up. Mn. MBh. &c

esp. of voice or song) S3ak. Pan5cat.

partic. musical mode or order of sound or formula ; bharata enumerates 6 , viz. bhairava , kauśika , hindola , dīpaka , śrī-rāga , and megha , each mode exciting some affection ; other writers give other names ; sometimes 7 or 26 rāgas are mentioned ; they are personified , and each of the 6 chief rāgas is wedded to 5 or 6 consorts called rāgiīs ; their union gives rise to many other musical modes) Bhar. Sam2gi1t. Ra1jat. Pan5cat. &c

Rpra1t.

partic. process in the preparation of quicksilver Sarvad.

Car.

L.

L.

L.
(H1) m.
[L=176090]colour , hue , tint , dye , (
[L=176091]inflammation
[L=176092]any feeling or passion , (
[L=176093]loveliness , beauty (
[L=176094]a musical note , harmony , melody (in the later system a
[L=176095]nasalization ,
[L=176096]a
[L=176097]seasoning , condiment
[L=176098]a prince , king
[L=176099]the sun
[L=176100]the moon
 rābhasya
rābhasya [p= 877,1] [L=177262]
(fr. rabhasa) velocity , impetuosity , Dha1tuP. ??

MW.
(H2) n.
[L=177263]delight , joy , pleasure
 rāma
rāma [L=177264]
(ā́)n. (prob. " causing rest " , and in most meanings fr. √ ram) dark , dark-coloured , black (cf. rātri) AV. TA1r. (rāma śakuni. a black bird , crow Ka1t2hGr2. Vishn2. )

L.

MBh. Ka1v. &c
rāma [L=177267]
a kind of deer Car.
rāma [L=177268]
a horse L.
rāma [L=177269]
a lover VarBr2S.
rāma [L=177270]
pleasure , joy , delight BhP.
rāma [L=177271]
N. of varua. L.
rāma [L=177272]
N. of various mythical personages (in veda two rāmas are mentioned with the patr. mārgaveya and aupatasvini ; another rāmas with the patr. jāmadagnya [cf. below] is the supposed author of RV. x , 110 ; in later times three rāmas are celebrated , viz. 1. paraśu-rāma [q.v.] , who forms the 6th avatāra of viṣṇu and is sometimes called jāmadagnya , as son of the sage jamad-agni by reukā , and sometimes bhārgava , as descended from bhgu ; 2. rāma-candra [see below] ; 3. bala-rāma [q.v.] , " the strong rāma " , also called halā*yudha and regarded as elder brother of kṛṣṇa [ RTL. 112] accord. to jainas a rāma is enumerated among the 9 white balas ; and in VP. a rāmas is mentioned among the 7 ṛṣis of the 8th manv-antara) RV. &c &c N. of a king of malla-pura Cat.
rāma [L=177273]
of a king of śṛṅga-vera and patron of nāge*śa ib.
rāma [L=177274]
of various authors and teachers (also with ācārya , upā*dhyāya , kavi , cakra-vartin , jyotir-vid , jyau- tiaka , tarka-vāg-īśa , dīkita , daiva-jña , paṇḍita , bhaṭṭa , bhaṭṭā*cārya , vājapeyin , śarman , śāstrin , sayamin , sūri &c ) Cat.
rāma [L=177275]
N. of the number " three " (on account of the 3 rāmas) Hcat. (rāmasya iu , a kind of cane = rāmakaṇḍa L. )
rāma [L=177276]
pl. N. of a people VP.
rāma [L=177289]
id. ib.
rāma [L=177290]
the leaf of Laurus Cassia L.
rāma [L=177291]
Chenopodium Album L.
rāma [L=177292]
= kuṣṭha L.
(H1) mf
[L=177265]white (?)
[L=177266]pleasing , pleasant , charming , lovely , beautiful
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
 ruc
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 18.5
Whitney Roots links: ruc
ruc 1 [p= 882,1] [p= 881,3] [L=178244]
( Dha1tup. xviii , 5) rocate (Ved. and ep. also °ti ; pf. ruroca , rurucé RV. &c ; Subj. rurucanta Pot. rurucyās RV. ; p. rurukvás , rurucāná ib. ; aor. arucat Ra1jat. ; arociṣṭa Br. &c ; arukta TA1r. ; p. rucāná RV. ; aor. Pass. aroci RV. ; Prec. rucīya TA1r. ; rociīya Br. ; ruciīya AV. ; fut. rocitā Gr. ; rociyate MBh. ; inf. rocitum ib. ; rucé RV. ; ind.p. rucitvā or rocitvā Pa1n2. 1-2 , 26) , to shine , be bright or radiant or resplendent RV. &c  ; 
(only in
pf. P.) to make bright or resplendent RV.  ; 
to be splendid or beautiful or good
AV. Mn. MBh. &c  ; 
to be agreeable to , please (
dat. or gen.) Mn. MBh. &c  ; 
to be pleased with , like (
acc.) MBh. R.  ; 
to be desirous of , long for (
dat.) Hariv. : Caus. rocáyati , °te (aor. árūrucat , °cata ; Pass. rocyate) , to cause to shine RV.  ; 
to enlighten , illuminate , make bright
ib. S3Br. BhP.  ; 
to make pleasant or beautiful
AV. AitBr. Kum.  ; 
to cause any one (
acc.) to long for anything (dat.) Gi1t.  ; 
to find pleasure in , like , approve , deem anything right (
acc. or inf.) Mn. MBh. &c  ; 
to choose as (double
acc.) R.  ; 
to purpose , intend
Hariv.  ; 
(
Pass.) to be pleasant or agreeable to (dat.) R. : Desid. ruruciate or rurociate Gr.: Intens. (only p. rórucāna) to shine bright RV. [cf. Gk. λευκός , μφιλύκη ; lux , luceo , luna , lumen ; Goth. liuhath , lauhmuni ; Germ. lioht , lieht , licht ; Angl.Sax. leo4ht ; Eng. light.]
rúc 2 [L=178319]
light , lustre , brightness RV. &c
882,2] [L=178320]
VS. S3Br. &c

VarBr2S. Ka1lid. BhP.

ifc.) appearance , resemblance BhP. Ka1vya7d.

VS. MBh.

N. of a partic. class of āpsarasas VP.
(H1) cl.1 A1.
(H2) f.
[p= splendour , beauty , loveliness
[L=178321]colour , hue
[L=178322](
[L=178323]pleasure , delight , liking , wish , desire
[L=178324]pl.
 rudriya
rudríya [p= 884,1] [L=178732]
(ā)n. relating to rudra or the rudras , coming from them &c RV. S3Br. S3a1n3khS3r. (cf. śata-r°)

RV. ( Sa1y. " uttering praise or giving pleasure' " ; cf. rudrá) m. (sg. and pl.) the maruts RV. S3Br.
rudríya [L=178734]
rudra's majesty or power ib. ( Sa1y. " pleasure , delight " , = sukha).
(H2) mf
[L=178733]terrific , fearful , impetuous
(H2B) n.
 rocakin
rocakin [p= 888,3] [L=179743]
having desire or appetite , taking delight in (loc.) Ba1lar. (cf. a-roc°).
(H2) mfn.
 rocuka
rócuka [p= 889,1] [L=179799]
causing pleasure or delight MaitrS. (cf. arocuká).
(H2) mfn.
 romāñcakañcuka
romā* ñca---kañcuka [p= 889,3] [L=179951]
a coat of mail consisting (as it were) of the down of the body erect through delight Katha1s.
(H4) m.
 lam
Whitney Roots links: lam
lam [p= 897,1] [L=181467]
ram ; not in Dha1tup. ; only pf. lalāma) , to delight in , sport , enjoy sexually Hariv.
(H1) (= √
 laya
laya [p= 897,3] [L=181584]
&c » [p= 903,2].
laya [p= 903,2] [L=182754]
the act of sticking or clinging to (loc.) , S3is. ?? (laya with loc. , " to become attached to any one " Kuval. )

MBh.

loc. or comp.) Up. Kap. &c (layagam or " to disappear , be dissolved or absorbed " ; laya sa-gam , " to hide or conceal one's self ")

MBh. Ka1v. &c (laya , " to be destroyed , perish ")

S3is3. BhP. (cf. a-laya)

W.

Kap. Veda7ntas.

Va1s.

Harav.

L.

druta , " quick " , madhya , " mean or moderate " , and vilambita , " slow ") , Ka1lid. Das3ar. Pan5cat. &c

Sam2gi1t.

L.

MW.

partic. agricultural implement (perhaps a sort of harrow or hoe) VS.

L.

L.
laya [L=182772]
the root of Andropogon Muricatus Bhpr.
laya [L=182773]
making the mind inactive or indifferent BhP.
(H1) layana
(H2) m.
[L=182755]lying down , cowering
[L=182756]melting , dissolution , disappearance or absorption in (
[L=182757]extinction , destruction , death
[L=182758]rest , repose
[L=182759]place of rest , residence , house , dwelling
[L=182760]mental inactivity , spiritual indifference
[L=182761]sport , diversion , merriness
[L=182762]delight in anything
[L=182763]an embrace
[L=182764](in music) time (regarded as of 3 kinds , viz.
[L=182765]a kind of measure
[L=182766]the union of song , dance and instrumental music
[L=182767]a pause
[L=182768]a
[L=182769]a swoon
[L=182770]the quick (downward) movement of an arrow
(H2B) n.
(H2B) mfn.
 locanānanda
locanā* nanda [p= 907,3] [L=183599]
delight of the eye Katha1s.
(H3) m.
 vatsalatva
vatsala--tva [p= 916,1] [L=185505]
affectionateness , tenderness towards or delight in (loc. or comp.) MBh. Ka1v. &c
(H3) n.
 vidyānanda
vidyā* --° nanda [p= 964,1] [L=195768]
(°*n°) " delight in knowledge " Cat.

of ch. of the pañca-daśī

Kshem. Cat.
(H3) m.
[L=195768.1]N.
[L=195768.2]of various authors
 videśanirata
vi-deśa---nirata [p= 966,2] [L=196232]
taking delight in going abroad VarBr2S.
(H3) mfn.
 vinud
vi- √ nud [p= 972,1] [L=197299]
-nudati , °te , to drive away or asunder , scare away , dispel , remove RV. S3a1n3khS3r.  ; 
to strike (cords) , play (on a musical instrument)
BhP. (v.l. vi-tud) , Caus. -nodayati , to drive asunder or away , dispel S3is3. Gi1t.  ; 
to spend (time)
MBh.  ; 
to divert , amuse , entertain
Hariv. Ka1v. Katha1s.  ; 
to amuse one's self with , delight in (
instr.) Ragh. v , 67.
vi-° núd [L=197302]
a stroke , thrust , blow RV. ii , 13 , 3.
(H1) P. A1.
(H3) f.
 vinodāpapādin
vi-no° * papādin [p= 972,2] [L=197316]
causing pleasure or delight ib.
(H4) mfn.
 viruc
vi- √ ruc [p= 983,2] [L=199329]
-rocate (pf. -rurucu RV. ; aor. vy-arucat Ragh. Katha1s. Bhat2t2. ) , to shine forth , be bright or radiant or conspicuous or visible RV. &c  ; 
to appear as or like (
nom.) MBh.  ; 
to outshine , excel (
acc.) ib.  ; 
to please , delight (
gen.) R.  ; 
(only
pf. P.) to cause to shine , illuminate RV. iv , 7 , 1 ; x , 122 , 5 : Caus. -rocayati , to cause to shine , brighten , illuminate RV. BhP.  ; 
to find pleasure in , delight in (
acc.) R. Hariv.
(H1) A1.
 vilubh
vi- √ lubh [p= 986,1] [L=199831]
-lobhayati , to lead astray , perplex , confuse Das3ar.  ; 
to allure , entice , tempt
MBh. Ka1v. &c  ; 
to divert , amuse , delight
R. S3ak. (v.l.)
(H1) Caus.
 viśeavikramaruci
vi-śea---vikrama-ruci [p= 990,3] [L=200663]
taking delight in splendid heroism Bhartr2.
(H3) mfn.
 vihāra
vi-hāra [p= 1003,3] [L=203233]
(once in BhP. n.) distribution , transposition (of words) AitBr. La1t2y.

S3rS.

opp. to sa-hāra q.v.) RPra1t.

MBh. Ka1v. &c

comp. ; ifc. also = taking delight in) Ya1jn5. MBh. R. &c

MBh. Ka1v. &c

jainas) a monastery or temple (originally a hall where the monks met or walked about ; afterwards these halls were used as temples) Lalit. Mr2icch. Katha1s. &c (cf. MWB. 68 ; 81 &c )

A1past.

of the country of magadha (called Bihar or Behar from the number of Buddhist monasteries » MWB. 68) Cat.

L.

partic. bird (= bindurekaka) L.

vaijayanta L.
(H2) m.
[L=203234]arrangement or disposition (of the 3 sacred fires ; also applied to the fires themselves or the space between them) ,
[L=203235]too great expansion of the organs of speech (consisting in too great lengthening or drawling in pronunciation ,
[L=203236]walking for pleasure or amusement , wandering , roaming
[L=203237]sport , play , pastime , diversion , enjoyment , pleasure (" in " or " with "
[L=203238]a place of recreation , pleasure-ground
[L=203239](with Buddhists or
[L=203240]consecration for a sacrifice
[L=203241]N.
[L=203242]the shoulder
[L=203243]a
[L=203244]=
 vihāraa
vi-° hāraa [L=203268]
pleasure , delight (ifc. = delighting in) Pan5car.
(H3) n.
 vdh
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 18.20, 33.109
Whitney Roots links: vfD
vdh [p= 1010,2] [L=204573]
( Dha1tup. xviii , 20) várdhate (Ved. and ep. also °ti ; pf. vavárdha , vavdhe RV. &c &c [Ved. also *v° ; vavdhāti,°dhītā́s,°dhásva RV. ; vāvdhéte RV. ; p. vāvdhát RV. AV. ; aor. Ved. avdhat , vdhātas , °dhātu ; p. vdhát , °dhāná] ; avardhiṣṭa MBh. &c ; Prec. vardhiīmáhi VS. ; fut. vardhitā Gr. ; vartsyati Ka1v. ; vardhiyate Gr. ; inf. Ved. vdhe [" for increase " , " to make glad "] , vdháse , vāvdhádhyai ; Class. vardhitum ; ind.p. vddhvā , or vardhitvā Gr. ; in MBh. vdh is sometimes confounded with √1. vt) , trans. P. , to increase , augment , strengthen , cause to prosper or thrive RV. AV. S3Br. MBh.  ; 
to elevate , exalt , gladden , cheer , exhilarate (
esp. the gods , with praise or sacrifice) RV.  ; 
(intrans.
A1. ; in Ved. P. in pf. and aor. ; in Class. P. in aor. fut. and cond. ; also P. mc. in other forms) , to grow , grow up , increase , be filled or extended , become longer or stronger , thrive , prosper , succeed RV. &c  ; 
to rise , ascend (as the scale in ordeals)
Ya1jn5. Sch.  ; 
to be exalted or elevated , feel animated or inspired or excited by (
instr. loc. gen.) or in regard to (dat.) , become joyful , have cause for congratulation (vdha , °dhat in sacrificial formulas = " mayest thou or may he prosper " ; in later language often with diṣṭ)
(H1) cl.1 A1.