Praṇāda - a murmur or sigh of rapture

1 añca (rapture) 2 utpulaka (rapture) 3 uddharṣaṇa (rapture) 4 pulaka (rapture) 5 pulakaya (rapture) 6 praṇāda (rapture) 7 praharṣa (rapture) 8 praharṣaṇa (rapture) 9 prāmodya (rapture) 10 brahmānanda (rapture) 11 mada (rapture) 12 lomāñca (rapture) 13 vibhrama (rapture) 14 sarasam (rapture) 15 harṣa (rapture) 16 harṣotphullalocana (rapture) 17 hṛṣ (rapture) 18 hṛṣṭa (rapture) 19 hṛṣṭaroman (rapture) 20 hṛṣṭi (rapture)
añca [p= 11,1] [L=2252]
romā*ñca q.v.
(H2) " curling " (of the hairs of the body , thrill of rapture) , only at the end of
ut-pulaka [p= 181,2] [L=31766]
having the hairs of the body raised (through joy or rapture) BhP. Ra1jat.
ut-pulaka [L=31767]
erection of the hairs of the body (through rapture) BhP.
(H1) mfn.
(H1B) n.
ud-dharaa 1 [p= 188,3] [L=33110]
(for 2. » [p= 189,3]) animating , encouraging R.
ud-dharaa 1 [L=33110.1]
the act of animating or encouraging MBh.
ud-dharaa 2 [p= 189,3] [L=33242]
(for 1. » [p= 188,3]) causing joy , gladdening
ud-dharaa 2 [L=33244]
erection of the hair (through rapture) L.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) n.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) n.
pulaka [p= 638,1] [L=126653]
a species of edible plant MBh.


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°)






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=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=126665]of a
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
pula° kaya [L=126678]
P. °yati , to have or feel the hair of the body erect (with rapture or delight) Gi1t.
(H3) Nom.
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.


&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
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 (
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.
prā--mo° dya [p= 702,2] [L=138912]
rapture , delight Lalit. DivyA7v.
(H4) n.
brahmā* nanda [p= 740,3] [L=147170]
" joy in brahma " , the rapture of absorption into the one self-existent Spirit Ra1matUp.

of various men and authors (also -giri m. , -parama-hasa m. , -bhāratī m. , -yogin m. , -yogī*ndra m. , -sārasvatī m. , and °din , m.)

of wk.
(H3) m.
máda [p= 777,3] [L=155332]
hilarity , rapture , excitement , inspiration , intoxication RV. &c

du. with madasya N. of 2 sāmans A1rshBr. )

comp.) MBh.
máda [L=155350]
N. of 2 sāmans A1rshBr.
(H2) m.
[L=155334]ardent passion for (
(H2B) n.
lomā* ñca [p= 908,1] [L=183684]
= romā*ña , curling or erection of the hair , a thrill of rapture or terror , shudder &c W.
(H3) m.
vi-bhrama [p= 979,2] [L=198568]
(ifc. f(ā).) moving to and fro , rolling or whirling about , restlessness , unsteadiness Ka1v. VarBr2S. Ra1jat.

pl.) Ka1v. Katha1s. &c

MBh. Ka1v. &c

daṇḍasya , " erroneous application of punishment ") Mn. MBh. &c

Ka1v. Katha1s. &c (cf. -bhāita)

Ka1lid. Ma1lati1m.

esp. play of the eyes) , perturbation , flurry (as when a woman in her confusion puts her ornaments in the wrong places) Bhar. Das3ar. Sa1h.

(H2) m.
[L=198569]violence , excess , intensity , high degree (also
[L=198570]hurry , rapture , agitation , disturbance , perturbation , confusion , flurry
[L=198571]doubt , error , mistake , blunder (with
[L=198572]illusion , illusive appearance or mere semblance of anything
[L=198573]beauty , grace
[L=198574]feminine coquetry , amorous gestures or action of any kind (
[L=198575]caprice , whim
sa-rasam [p= 1183,3] [L=237805]
with rapture Vikr.
(H1C) ind.
hara [p= 1292,2] [L=261652]
(ifc. f(ā). ; fr. √ hṛṣ) bristling , erection (esp. of the hair in a thrill of rapture or delight) MBh. Ka1v. &c
1292,3] [L=261653]
dharma) Kat2hUp. MBh. &c



of an asura Katha1s.

kṛṣṇa BhP.

&c (also with dīkita , miśra , sūri &c ; cf. śrī-hara)
hara [L=261659]
happy , delighted W.
hara [p= 1303,2] [L=263916]
» p.1292.
(H1) m.
[p= joy , pleasure , happiness (also personified as a son of
[L=261654]erection of the sexual organ , sexual excitement , lustfulness
[L=261655]ardent desire
[L=261657]of a son of
[L=261658]of various authors
(H1B) mfn.
(H2) &c
haro* tphulla-locana [p= 1292,3] [L=261721]
one whose eyes are opened wide in rapture Ratna7v.
(H3) mfn.
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 17.59, 26.119
Whitney Roots links: hfz
hṛṣ [p= 1303,2] [L=263915]
hárati , °te (fr. P. only p. hárat) , to be excited or impatient , rejoice in the prospect of , be anxious or impatient for (dat.) RV.  ; 
to speak or affirm falsely , lie
Dha1tup. xvii , 59 ; cl.4 P. ( Dha1tup. xxvi , 119) hṛṣyati (ep. and mc. also °te ; pf. jahara , jahṛṣu ; jahṛṣe , °ire MBh. &c ; aor. ahṛṣat ib. ; fut. haritā , hariyati Gr. ; inf. haritum ib. ; ind.p. -hṛṣya MBh. &c ) , to thrill with rapture , rejoice , exult , be glad or pleased Pa1rGr2. Mn. MBh. &c  ; 
to become sexually excited
Sus3r.  ; 
to become erect or stiff or rigid , bristle (said of the hairs of the body
&c ) , become on edge (like the teeth) MBh. BhP. : Pass. hṛṣyate (aor. ahari) Gr.: Caus. haráyati , °te (aor. ajīhṛṣat , or ajaharat) , to excite , make impatient or eager for (victory &c ) RV. &c  ; 
to rejoice , be glad
Mn. MBh.  ; 
to cause to bristle
Cat. : Desid. jihariati Gr.: Intens. jarīhṛṣyate , jarharṣṭi &c (Ved. forms jarhṛṣanta , járhṛṣāa and jāhṛṣāá) , to be impatient or excited RV. VS. A1s3vS3r.  ; 
to excite violently
RV. [cf. Lat. horreo for horseo.]
(H1) cl.1 P. A1.
hṛṣṭa [L=263946]
thrilling with rapture , rejoiced , pleased , glad , merry Mn. MBh. &c

MBh. R. &c


cf. hṛṣita) Pat.

(H2) mfn.
[L=263947]bristling , erect , standing on end (said of the hairs of the body)
[L=263948]rigid , stiff
[L=263949]blunted (
[L=263950]surprised , astonished
hṛṣṭa--roman [L=263962]
having the hair of the body bristling or thrilling (with delight or rapture) Bhag.
hṛṣṭa--roman [L=263963]
N. of an asura Katha1s.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
hṛṣṭi [L=263968]
delight , joy , rapture Ma1lati1m.

(H2) f.
[L=263969]pride , arrogance