Sanskrit Words for “Innate, Inherent, Natural”


 svarūpatā


svá--rūpa---tā [p=1276,3] [L=258160]
 (or -tva n.) the state of one's own form or nature (°tayā , " literally " , " in reality ") MBh. BhP. S3ak. Sch. Sa1h.

W.

 for su-rūpa-tā Ra1jat.
(H4) f.
[L=258161]the having a natural form , identity of form or nature 
[L=258162]w.r.
 

svarūpin


svá--rūpin [L=258175]
 having one's own or natural form MBh.

ifc.R. Pur. Pan5car.

MBh. Inscr.

MW.

ib.
(H3) mfn.
[L=258176]appearing in the form of (
[L=258177]embodied 
[L=258178]having essential properties 
[L=258179]identical 


svabhāva


svá--bhāva [p=1276,1] [L=258038]
 (ifc. f(ā).) native place Vishn2.


°vāt or °vena or °va-tas or ibc.) , (from natural disposition , by nature , naturally , by one's self , spontaneously)
(H3) m.
[L=258039]own condition or state of being , natural state or constitution , innate or inherent disposition , nature , impulse , spontaneity
[L=258040](


svabhāvasiddha
svá--bhāva---siddha [p= 1276,2][L=258054]
 established by nature , natural , innateA1s3vS3r. Bhartr2.

Ka1s3.
(H4) mfn.
[L=258055]self-evident , obvious 
svabhāvasiddha - established by nature , natural , innate, self-evident , obvious

svadhā



svá--dhā [p=1276,1][L=257965]
 [p= 1278,1] , and s.v.
sva-dhā́ [p=1278,1][L=258481]
 (for svadhā́ » p.1280) self-position , self-power , inherent power (accord. to some , N. of Nature or the material Universe ; sva-dháyā " by self-power ") RV.

RV.

ánu svadhā́m , svadhā́m ánu or svadhā́ ánu , svadháyā , orsvadhā́bhiḥ , " according to one's habit or pleasure , spontaneously , willingly , easily , freely , undisturbedly , wantonly , sportively ") RV. AV. VS. TBr.

svadhé du. " the two places or homes " , heaven and earth Naigh. iii , 30ib.

esp.) the food or libation , or refreshing drink (cf. 2. su-dhā) offered to the pitṛs or spirits of deceased ancestors (consisting of clarified butter &c and often only a remainder of the havis ; also applied to other oblations or libations , and personified as a daughter of dakṣa and wife of the pitṛs or of aṅgiras or of arudra or of agniRV. &c
sva-dhā[L=258486]
 (with dat. or gen.) the exclamation or benediction used on presenting (or as a substitute for) the above oblation or libation to the gods or departed ancestors (accord. to Mn. iii , 252 the highest form of benediction at a śrāddha ; with √ kṛ , " to pronounce the exclamation or benedictionsva-dhā " ; svadhā*stu , " let there be a blessing on it " [cf. RTL. 104, n. 1]) RV. &c &c
svadhā́[p= 1280,1][L=258890]
 (for sva-dhā » [p= 1278,1]) an axe , knife TS.
(H3) »
(H2) f.
[L=258482]own state or condition or nature , habitual state , custom , rule , law 
[L=258483]ease , comfort , pleasure (
[L=258484]own place , home (
[L=258485]" own portion or share " , the sacrificial offering due to each god , (
(H2C) ind.
(H1) f.