Cadhanem, aka: Caḍhaṇēṃ, Caḍhaṇeṃ; 2 Definition(s)

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caḍhaṇēṃ (चढणें).—v i (caya S) To ascend, mount, climb (a hill, horse, tree). Pr. caḍhēla tō paḍēla pōhēla tō buḍēla. 2 To rise or advance in height--a heavenly body, a building. 3 To increase, augment, rise, swell, lit. fig.--the ocean, riches, fever, price. 4 To rise (from fermentation or working)--Bhang &c. Ex. bhāṅga jasī jasī chānāvī tasī tasī caḍhatī. 5 To rise into the head; to affect with giddiness--intoxicating drugs, poison, venom, applause. 6 To go on--as clothes upon the body, a bayonet upon the musket: to go in--a peg, spike, nail. Ex. aṅgarakhā cāṅgalā caḍhatō paṇa jōḍā caḍhata nāhīṃ; hī khuṇṭī chidrānta caḍhata nāhīṃ amaḷa tāsa. 7 To accumulate; to go on in gradual increase. Ex. mājhē vīsa divasa caḍhalē tyāñcā paisā dyā. 8 To become big; to be puffed up with pride. 9 To cover; to overspread--dust, rust, soot, mould, moss. 10 To be offered; to be presented in oblation. Ex. jhēṇḍūcīṃ phulēṃ dēvāsa caḍhata nāhīnta. 11 To rise or get high--the voice in singing, or an instrument. 12 To be turned up--the eyes in intoxication, or at death. 13 To be applied or laid on--plaster, a coating of paint, oil &c. Ex. hyā bhintīvara śēndarī raṅga caḍhalā mhaṇajē cāṅgalī disēla. 14 To acquire, fullness, clearness, depth, brightness--a color or a painted body. Ex. hiṅguḷāmadhyēṃ nimbūcā rasa piḷalā mhaṇajē raṅga cāṅgalā caḍhatō. 15 To be braced--a tabor or drum: to be strung--a bow. caḍhyā ghōḍyāniśīṃ or caḍhē ghōḍyānaśīṃ (As mounted upon a horse.) Without once dismounting; at one stretch or run; without stopping or pausing.

Source: DDSA: The Molesworth Marathi and English Dictionary

caḍhaṇēṃ (चढणें).—v i To ascend, mount, climb. To increase, augment, rise,swell. To rise into the head; to affect with giddi- ness. To become big; to be puffed up with pride. To paint, oil &c. Ex. hyā bhintīvara śēndarī raṅga caḍhalā. To acquire full- ness, clearness, depth, brightness.

Source: DDSA: The Aryabhusan school dictionary, Marathi-English
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Marathi is an Indo-European language having over 70 million native speakers people in (predominantly) Maharashtra India. Marathi, like many other Indo-Aryan languages, evolved from early forms of Prakrit, which itself is a subset of Sanskrit, one of the most ancient languages of the world.

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