Adhyaruh, Adhyāruh: 3 definitions
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Sanskrit dictionarySource: DDSA: The practical Sanskrit-English dictionary
Adhyāruh (अध्यारुह्).—1 P.
1) to ascend, mount; विष्णुपदं द्वितीयमध्यारुरोहेव रजश्छलेन (viṣṇupadaṃ dvitīyamadhyāruroheva rajaśchalena) R.16.28; (fig.) to gain ascendancy over, domineer or lord it over; लतेव विटपकानध्यारोहति (lateva viṭapakānadhyārohati) K. 15; बुद्धिहीनोऽयुच्छ्रितोऽपि भूभृत् परैरध्यारुह्यमाणमात्मानं न चेतयते (buddhihīno'yucchrito'pi bhūbhṛt parairadhyāruhyamāṇamātmānaṃ na cetayate) Dk.154. -Caus. [-रोहयति (rohayati)]
1) To cause to ascend, mount or sit in.
2) (-ropayati) (a) To place one in, entrust or appoint to; to cause, produce, bring about; कुसुमायुधस्य दुर्जयतामध्यारोपयन्ती (kusumāyudhasya durjayatāmadhyāropayantī) K.148; कस्य न बन्धुत्वमध्यारोपयसि (kasya na bandhutvamadhyāropayasi) 22. (b) To attribute falsely; दोषानवि गुणपक्षमध्यारोपयद्भिः (doṣānavi guṇapakṣamadhyāropayadbhiḥ) K. 18 (falsely) representing even vices as virtues. (c) To overdo, exaggerate.Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Cappeller Sanskrit-English Dictionary
Adhyāruh (अध्यारुह्).—mount, ascend, enter; rise into the air. [Causative] cause to ascend (2 [accusative]), promote or appoint to ([locative]); falsely suppose or transfer to ([locative]), exaggerate.
Adhyāruh is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the terms adhyā and ruh (रुह्).Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
Adhyāruh (अध्यारुह्):—[=adhy-ā-√ruh] to ascend up on high, mount:—[Causal] -ropayati, to cause to mount.
Sanskrit, also spelled संस्कृतम् (saṃskṛtam), is an ancient language of India commonly seen as the grandmother of the Indo-European language family (even English!). Closely allied with Prakrit and Pali, Sanskrit is more exhaustive in both grammar and terms and has the most extensive collection of literature in the world, greatly surpassing its sister-languages Greek and Latin.
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