Anuvas, Anuvās, Anuvash: 3 definitions
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Sanskrit dictionarySource: DDSA: The practical Sanskrit-English dictionary
Anuvas (अनुवस्).—To clothe, cover; सोमस्त्वा राजा अमृतेनानु बस्ताम् (somastvā rājā amṛtenānu bastām) Ṛgveda 6.75.18.
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Anuvas (अनुवस्).—1 P. To dwell near to or along with (with acc.).
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Anuvās (अनुवास्).—1 P.
1) To scent, perfume.
2) To use the oily enema (see the next word); treat by using such enema; अवश्यं स्थापनीयाश्च नानुवास्याः कथञ्चन (avaśyaṃ sthāpanīyāśca nānuvāsyāḥ kathañcana) Suśr.Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Cappeller Sanskrit-English Dictionary
Anuvas (अनुवस्).—clothe, cover ([Middle] refl.), surround, protect.
Anuvas is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the terms anu and vas (वस्).
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Anuvas (अनुवस्).—remove to a place after another person ([accusative]); dwell, inhabit; pass, spend (time).
Anuvas is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the terms anu and vas (वस्).Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
1) Anuvas (अनुवस्):—[=anu-vas] 1. anu-√4. vas to clothe, cover, [Ṛg-veda vi, 75, 18; Atharva-veda etc.]
2) [=anu-vas] 2. anu-√5. vas to settle after another ([accusative]);
2) —to dwell near to;
2) —to inhabit along with:
2) —[Causal] -vāsayati, to leave (the calf) with (the cow), [Taittirīya-brāhmaṇa]
3) [=anu-vas] 7. anu-√vas (only -vāvase), to rush at, [Ṛg-veda viii, 4, 8].
4) Anuvāś (अनुवाश्):—[=anu-√vāś] to roar in reply to ([accusative]), [Varāha-mihira’s Bṛhat-saṃhitā]
5) Anuvās (अनुवास्):—[=anu-√vās] to perfume.
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Starts with (+8): Anuvasaga, Anuvasama, Anuvasamta, Anuvasana, Anuvasanabasti, Anuvasanadravya, Anuvasanavasti, Anuvasanika, Anuvasaniya, Anuvasanopaga, Anuvasanopaya, Anuvasara, Anuvasaram, Anuvasatha, Anuvasati, Anuvasesi, Anuvaseti, Anuvasha, Anuvashatkara, Anuvashatkri.
Ends with: Samanuvas.
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