Vishvas, aka: Viśvas; 1 Definition(s)


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The Sanskrit term Viśvas can be transliterated into English as Visvas or Vishvas, using the IAST transliteration scheme (?).

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Viśvas (विश्वस्).—2 P.

1) To confide in, trust, rely on, place confidence in (usually with loc.); पुंसि विश्वसिति कुत्र कुमारी (puṃsi viśvasiti kutra kumārī) N.5.11; न जानामि केनापि कारणेनापहस्तितसकलसखीजनं त्वयि विश्वसिति मे हृदयम् (na jānāmi kenāpi kāraṇenāpahastitasakalasakhījanaṃ tvayi viśvasiti me hṛdayam) K.233; Ku.5.15; (sometimes with gen. also).

2) To rest secure, be fearless or confident; विशश्वसे पक्षिगणैः समन्तात् (viśaśvase pakṣigaṇaiḥ samantāt) Bk.2.25. -Caus. To cause to believe, inspire confidence in; ऋते क्रौर्यात् समायातो मां विश्वासयितुं नु किम् (ṛte krauryāt samāyāto māṃ viśvāsayituṃ nu kim) Bk.8.15; Pt.1.192.

Source: DDSA: The practical Sanskrit-English dictionary
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