Kamasa-yenem, aka: Kāmāsa-yēṇēṃ, Kāmāsa-yeṇeṃ; 1 Definition(s)

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kāmāsa-yēṇēṃ (कामास-येणें).—To be useful. To be slain on a battle-field.

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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Yenem
yēṇēṃ (येणें).—v i Come. Arise. Befall. Spring forth. Come up to. To become. To be possible. n ...
Varisa Yenem
vārīsa yēṇēṃ (वारीस येणें).—g. of o. (A phrase from uraṇēṃ & yēṇēṃ) To remain or be left over f...
Dabaghanisa-yenem
ḍabaghaṇīsa-yēṇēṃ (डबघणीस-येणें).—Misused for ḍabaghāīsa yēṇēṃ.
Dabaghanisa Yenem
ḍabaghaṇīsa yēṇēṃ (डबघणीस येणें).—Misused for ḍabaghāīsa yēṇēṃ.
Varisa-yenem
vārīsa-yēṇēṃ (वारीस-येणें).—To fall to the lot of.
O-ka-tho-na-karatam-yenem
ō-kā-ṭhō-na-karatāṃ-yēṇēṃ (ओ-का-ठो-न-करतां-येणें).—To be illiterate, to be utterly ignorant, a ...
Dupayim Yenem
dupāyīṃ yēṇēṃ (दुपायीं येणें).—&c. 2 fig. To be excited and ready to quarrel.
Mattyasa Yenem
maṭṭyāsa yēṇēṃ (मट्ट्यास येणें).—A phrase. To be exhausted with fatigue; to be spent.
Mudalavara Yenem
mudalāvara yēṇēṃ (मुदलावर येणें).—To come back to one's nature; to return to and manifest one's...
Tiragi-miragivara-yenem
tiragī-miragīvara-yēṇēṃ (तिरगी-मिरगीवर-येणें).—To begin to thee and thou.
Dabenta Rahanem-Yenem-Asanem-Ananem
ḍabēnta rāhaṇēṃ-yēṇēṃ-asaṇēṃ-āṇaṇēṃ (डबेंत राहणें-येणें-असणें-आणणें).—Phrases from dabaṇēṃ. To ...
Miragivara Yenem
miragīvara yēṇēṃ (मिरगीवर येणें).—To fly into a passion.
Kakulati-yenem
kākuḷatī-yēṇēṃ (काकुळती-येणें) [-karaṇēṃ, -करणें].—To appeal to pity, to make moving complaint ...
Adavem-yenem
aḍavēṃ-yēṇēṃ (अडवें-येणें).—Fall athwart one's way. Used of a fœtus at its birth.
Cirakisa Yenem
cirakīsa yēṇēṃ (चिरकीस येणें).—C To be overcome with fatigue; to be exhausted or spent.

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