Udbhranta, aka: Udbhrānta; 2 Definition(s)

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Udbhrānta (उद्भ्रान्त).—p. p

1) Agitated, bewildered, distracted; विमूढसंज्ञो दुष्टाश्वैरुद्भ्रान्तैरिव सारथिः (vimūḍhasaṃjño duṣṭāśvairudbhrāntairiva sārathiḥ) Mb.3.2.6. °चेतनाम् (cetanām) R.12.74; gone mad; Mv.4.

2) Terrified, frightened; मारीचोद्भ्रान्तहारीताः (mārīcodbhrāntahārītāḥ) R.4.46; U.6.

3) Whirled, flourished, waved (as a sword).

4) Come on by breaking (the earth); स तमभ्रमिवाविष्टमुद्भ्रान्तमिव मेदिनीम् (sa tamabhramivāviṣṭamudbhrāntamiva medinīm) Rām.7.31.14.

5) Wandering upwards.

-ntam 1 Flourishing a sword. -2 (-°ntakam) Rising (in the air).

3) Excitement, agitation.

Source: DDSA: The practical Sanskrit-English dictionary

Udbhrānta (उद्भ्रान्त).—mfn.

(-ntaḥ-ntā-ntaṃ) 1. Agitated, bewildered, distressed. 2. Whirled, flourished, wayed (as a sword). E. ut and bhrānta revolved.

Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Shabda-Sagara Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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