Arddha, Ārddha: 6 definitions
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Sanskrit dictionarySource: DDSA: The practical Sanskrit-English dictionary
Derivable forms: ārddham (आर्द्धम्).Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Edgerton Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Dictionary
Ārddha (आर्द्ध).—(?), Mahāvastu i.253.4, Senart rogajātā ārddhā, but mss. °jātānāddhe or °nārddhe; text and meaning obscure; Senart's note takes ār° as adj. from ṛddhi, (diseases) pro- duced by magic, which does not seem to me plausible. But [Page105-a+ 71] I have no interpretation to propose. Followed by maṇḍa- lako ca adhivāso ca, qq.v.Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Shabda-Sagara Sanskrit-English Dictionary
Arddha (अर्द्ध) or Ardha.—mfn.
(-rddhaḥ-rddhā-rddhaṃ) Half, halved. m.
(-rddhaḥ) A part. n.
(-rddhiṃ) A half. E. ṛdha to increase, and ghañ aff.Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
Ārddha (आर्द्ध):—[from ārdh] n. abundance, [Bālarāmāyaṇa v, 40.]Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Yates Sanskrit-English Dictionary
Arddha (अर्द्ध):—(ddhaḥ) m. A part. a. A half.
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Starts with (+30): Arddhabhaga, Arddhabhagika, Arddhabhagin, Arddhabhaj, Arddhaca, Arddhacandra, Arddhacandrakara, Arddhacandrakriti, Arddhacandrakunda, Arddhacha, Arddhachandra, Arddhachandrakara, Arddhachandrakriti, Arddhachandrakunda, Arddhacholaka, Arddhacolaka, Arddhadhara, Arddhadhatuka, Arddhadraunika, Arddhaganga.
Ends with (+25): Abdarddha, Alagarddha, Aligarddha, Anabararddha, Anavararddha, Antarddha, Apararddha, Arddharddha, Ardharddha, Asparddha, Avararddha, Ayatarddha, Balibarddha, Candrarddha, Caranarddha, Chandrarddha, Charanarddha, Garddha, Guccharddha, Guchchharddha.
Full-text (+12): Arddhajahnavi, Arddhavikshana, Arddhasaphara, Arddharatra, Arddhakrita, Arddhadhara, Arddhadraunika, Arddhamasika, Arddhayama, Arddhapashavata, Ardha, Arddhabhaga, Arddhashata, Arddhanisha, Arddhabhaj, Arddhaprasthika, Udarddha, Arddhanarisha, Arddhaganga, Arddhacolaka.
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