Trishashti Shalaka Purusha Caritra

by Helen M. Johnson | 1931 | 742,503 words

This is the English translation of the Trishashti Shalaka Purusha Charita (literally “The lives of the sixty-three illustrious People”), a Sanskrit epic poem written by Hemachandra in the twelfth century. The work relates the history and legends of important figures in the Jain faith. These 63 persons include: the twenty four tirthankaras , the t...

Appendix 1.6: New and rare words

In making this list, the determining factor was whether the word was in Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary, ed. 1899. The references to L. and grammarians are as given in that work. The references to the text of the Triṣaṣṭi0 are not exhaustive, but merely illustrative. The list is intended to include new words, words cited only from L. and grammarians, additional meanings to words quoted, and variants in form.

Starting with A

akalpatva (अकल्पत्व), n. 3. 264, (ritual) impurity or unsuitability.
akṣa (अक्ष, aksha), n. 1.159, an organ of sense, L.
akṣavāṭa (अक्षवाट, akshavata), m. 2. 680, an arena, court, L.
akṣipattra (अक्षिपत्त्र, akshipattra), n. 6. 91, eye-brow.
agra (अग्र), adj. 5. 516, foremost, best, L.
agraprāsāda (अग्रप्रासाद, agraprasada), m. 6. 729=prāsādāgra, roof of palace.
agrabhūmi (अग्रभूमि, agrabhumi), f. 4. 651, court-yard.
agresara (अग्रेसर), adj. 4. 690, best, L.
aṅka (अङ्क, anka), m. 6. 598, a kind of white jewel.
aṅkuṭa (अङ्कुट, ankuta), m. 1. 715, hook. Cf. H. aṅkuṛā, hook.
aṅga (अङ्ग, anga), 6. 290=pūrvāṅga.
acitta (अचित्त), adj. 1.135, free from life (ritually).
acyuta (अच्युत), m. 1. 789, the twelfth heaven (Jain).
aṇuvrata (अणुव्रत, anuvrata), n. 1.188, the 5 lesser vows of laymen.
atigāḍhatva (अतिगाढत्व, atigadhatva), n. 4. 381, extreme lightness.
atiśaya (अतिशय, atishaya), m. 2. 242, superhuman quality of the Arhats, of which there are 34 (Jain).
atrāntare (अत्रान्तरे, atrantare), 1. 655;.4. 754, just at that time.
adhikaraṇī (अधिकरणी, adhikarani), f. 4.307; 5. 668, 682, anvil. Pk. ahigaraṇī. PE.
adhyetṛ (अध्येतृ, adhyetri), m. 6. 1, one who knows.
anagāra (अनगार, anagara), m. 1. 702, a vagrant ascetic, L.
anagārin (अनगारिन्, anagarin), m. 3. 214=anagāra.
anagna (अनग्न), 1. 235, name of a kalpa-tree.
anantacatuṣṭaya (अनन्तचतुष्टय, anantacatushtaya), n. 6. 750, the 4 infinities (Jain).
anantānubandhin (अनन्तानुबन्धिन्, anantanubandhin), adj. 3. 605, lasting through this life or even into the next birth (Jain). anapāyamaya, adj. 4. 831, not causing injury (?).
anindriya (अनिन्द्रिय), n. 3. 580, soul, reason, L.
anivṛtti (अनिवृत्ति, anivritti), 3. 393, name of the ninth guṇasthāna.
anivṛttikaraṇa (अनिवृत्तिकरण, anivrittikarana), n. 3. 596, mental process for destroying karma.
anutsikta (अनुत्सिक्त), adj. 2. 732=anutsekin, not arrogant.
anuyoga (अनुयोग), m. 3. 663, exposition of an aphorism, PE.
anurodha (अनुरोध), m. 2. 985; 6. 692, urgent request.
anuvaraka (अनुवरक), m. 2. 855, best man, from Guj. aṇavara.
anuṣṇāṃśu (अनुष्णांशु, anushnamshu), m. 6. 519, moon.
antarīpa (अन्तरीप, antaripa), n. 3. 416, island, only Pāṇ.
antarīya (अन्तरीय, antariya), n. 3.363, an under or lower garment, L.
antarodaka (अन्तरोदक), m. n. 4. 726, island settlement, Jamb. 3. 69, p. 277b, from Pk. antarodaga. antarmuhūrta, n. 1.867, a division of time, beginning with 9 samayas and extending to 1 samaya less than a muhūrta.
andhaṅkaraṇa (अन्धङ्करण, andhankarana), m. 1. 823, cause of blindness,
andhambhaviṣṇu (अन्धम्भविष्णु, andhambhavishnu), adj. 5. 506, becoming blind, only Pāṇ.
anyedyus (अन्येद्युस्), 1. 344, 632 et passim, one day.
apaṭu (अपटु, apatu), adj. 1. 611, sick, diseased, L.
aparedyus (अपरेद्युस्), 1. 250, et passim, one day.
apasañjña (अपसञ्ज्ञ, apasanjna), adj. 6. 68, without conciousness.
apasnāna (अपस्नान, apasnana), n. 4. 409, funeral bathing, L.
apasvāpanikā (अपस्वापनिका, apasvapanika), f. 2. 415, sleeping-charm. The spelling apa° occurs in all MSS.
apāñc (अपाञ्च्, apanc), adj. 2. 384, southern, L.
apūrvakaraṇa (अपूर्वकरण, apurvakarana), n. 3.392, name of eighth guṇasthāna; 3.594, mental process for destroying karma,
apoha (अपोह), m. 1. 634, third division of matijñāna, Pk.
apratighātitva (अप्रतिघातित्व, apratighatitva), n. 1. 860, irresistibility.
apramatta (अप्रमत्त), 3. 391, name of seventh guṇasthāna.
abaddhamukha (अबद्धमुख), adj. 5. 144, scurrilous, L.
abhavya (अभव्य), m. 1. 5, soul that can not attain emancipation.
abhighaṭṭana (अभिघट्टन, abhighattana), n. 4. 111, blow.
abhinaya (अभिनय), m. 3. 418, mode of expression in drama.
abhiśaṃs (अभिशंस्, abhishams), 2. 232, to interpret.
abhīci (अभीचि, abhici), f. 6. 484, name of constellation.
amāt (अमात्, amat), adj. 4. 482, not contained in.
amāratrī (अमारत्री, amaratri), f. 6. 407=amāvāsyā, last night of black fortnight.
amārī (अमारी, amari), f. 6. 56, freedom from pestilence.
amṛtanāḍīcakra (अमृतनाडीचक्र, amritanadicakra), n. 2. 627, certain rays of the sun. See n. 171.
ayatnādarśatām yā (अयत्नादर्शताम् या, ayatnadarshatam ya), 2. 916, to become mirrors without effort.
ayogra (अयोग्र), n. 4. 422, pestle, L.
are (अरे), 4. 443, 734, particle expressing contempt.
arogya (अरोग्य), adj. 1. 174, healthy, L.
arcaka (अर्चक), m. 3. 385, priest.
arjaka (अर्जक), m. 2. 625, Ocimum gratissimnm (ram-tulsi), L.
arjya (अर्ज्य), adj. 4. 509, to be procured.
arti (अर्ति), f. 2. 687, the end of a bow, L.
alakta (अलक्त), n. 6. 467, red juice or lac, L.
alaṅkarmīṇa (अलङ्कर्मीण, alankarmina), adj. 1. 321, competent for any act or work, only Pāṇ.
alaṅkarmīṇatā (अलङ्कर्मीणता, alankarminata), f. 5. 721, competency.
alambhūṣṇu (अलम्भूष्णु, alambhushnu), adj. 4. 454, able, competent, L.
avakeśin (अवकेशिन्, avakeshin), adj. 4. 737, unfruitful, barren, L.
avakraya (अवक्रय), m. 5.143, payment.
avagraha (अवग्रह), m. 6. 204, jurisdiction, PE, sub uggaha. Āva. p. 235a.
avagrahin (अवग्रहिन्), adj. 2.157, impeded.
avacanīya (अवचनीय, avacaniya), adj. 5. 265, harsh, severe.
avatapte nakulasthita (अवतप्ते नकुलस्थित), n. 6. 7, an ichneumon’s standing on hot ground. Only Sch, to Pāṇ.
avadhi (अवधि), m. 3. 582=avadhijñāna, clairvoyant knowledge.
avanaddha (अवनद्ध), n. 2. 555, drum, L.
avamāna (अवमान, avamana), n. 2. 964, linear measure, Sth. 258, p. 198.
avarṇavāda (अवर्णवाद, avarnavada), m. 1. 883, censure, blame, L.
avaṣṭambha (अवष्टम्भ, avashtambha), m. 2. 784, support.
avicchinna (अविच्छिन्न), adj. 4. 337. unlimited.
avyucchitti (अव्युच्छित्ति), f. 1. 185, continuation.
aśastropahata (अशस्त्रोपहत, ashastropahata), adj. 1. 57, not having life destroyed by some means.
asaṅkalpya (असङ्कल्प्य, asankalpya), adj. 1. 56, not intended for sādhus (Jain).
asūryampaśyā (असूर्यम्पश्या, asuryampashya), f. 3. 349, wife of a king, Pāṇ.
astra (अस्त्र), n. 4. 831, weapon in general, L.
ahamindra (अहमिन्द्र), 3. 165, a god in the Graiveyaka and Anuttara heavens.

Starting with Ā

ākarṣa (आकर्ष, akarsha), m. 2. 748, magnet, L.
ākāra m. 6. 440 (आकार म्. ६. ४४०, akara m. 6. 440), exception to rules of fasting.
ākārakanara (आकारकनर, akarakanara), m. 1. 50, crier, summoner.
ākṛti (आकृति, akriti), f. 1. 2, representation.
āghāṭa (आघाट, aghata), m. 3.177, boundary, L.
ācandrakālika (आचन्द्रकालिक, acandrakalika), 3. 217=ācandram, as long as there is a moon.
ācāmāmla (आचामाम्ल, acamamla), n. 4. 744=ācāmla, dry food moistened with water.
ācchoṭa (आच्छोट, acchota), m. or n. 5. 767, blow.
ātmacchidra (आत्मच्छिद्र, atmacchidra), n. 5.104, weak point.
ātmādhika (आत्माधिक, atmadhika), adj. 2.160, chief of themselves.
ādityapīṭha (आदित्यपीठ, adityapitha), n. 3. 334, a memorial platform to Ṛṣabha.
ādhakarman (आधकर्मन्, adhakarman), n. 6. 200, food which has been cooked for a sādhu.
ānupūrvyā (आनुपूर्व्या, anupurvya), 2. 695 =
ānupūrvyeṇa (आनुपूर्व्येण, anupurvyena), 1. 500, gradually increasing in size,
āma (आम, ama), 1. 452, 682 et passim, a particle of assent and surprise, PH.
āmarśa (आमर्श, amarsha), m. 2.150, consideration.
āmalasāraka (आमलसारक, amalasaraka), m. or n. 6. 729, apparently =āmala, the fluted, circular stone at the base of the support of the finial on top of a spire.
āmodin (आमोदिन्, amodin), 2. 610, joyful.
ārā (आरा, ara), f. 4. 469, goad. Cf.M. āra.
ārocakitā (आरोचकिता, arocakita), f. 5. 336, fondness (?).
āliṅgimṛdaṅga (आलिङ्गिमृदङ्ग, alingimridanga), m. 2. 359, a kind of mṛdaṅga, Abhi. 2. 207.
ālū (आलू, alu), f. 4. 837, pitcher, small water-jar, L.
āvaśyaka (आवश्यक, avashyaka), n. 1. 893, daily duty (Jain).
āvāla (आवाल, avala), m. 2. 820, a basin of water around the foot of a tree, L.
āstikya (आस्तिक्य, astikya), n. 1.193, faith in principles of truth (Jain).
āsthanī (आस्थनी, asthani), f. 1. 285, assembly-hall.
āsya (आस्य, asya), n. 1. 62, tip of an arrow.

Starting with I

icchākaraṇa (इच्छाकरण, icchakarana), n. 1. 893, one of the ‘practices’ of sādhus.
indudṛṣad (इन्दुदृषद्, indudrishad), f. 2. 922, moonstone.
indradhvaja (इन्द्रध्वज), m. 2. 457, flag-staff with a large banner at top and small ones attached to staff, Āva. p. 182.

Starting with Ī

īśāna (ईशान, ishana), n. 1. 1, light, splendor, L.; 1. 475, name of second heaven.

Starting with U

uccakais (उच्चकैस्), 2. 389; 3. 432, et passim=uccais.
uccais (उच्चैस्), 2, 560; 3. 428, et passim. Used opportunistically as adj. with wide range of meaning. Also used intensively in comparisons.
utkaca (उत्कच), adj. 4. 361, with erect hair.
uttaraguṇa (उत्तरगुण, uttaraguna), m. secondary qualities of sādhus and laymen.
uttarāsaṅga (उत्तरासङ्ग, uttarasanga), m. 2. 497, putting on of the upper garment with folds around the mouth.
uttṛ (उत्तृ, uttri), 2. 827, cans., to wave.
utpaṭ (उत्पट्, utpat), caus., 2. 739, 823, lift up, Abhi. 6. 116.
utpalahastaka (उत्पलहस्तक), m. 6. 613, a particular kind of lotus-flower, PE.
utpucchana (उत्पुच्छन), m. or n. 2. 215, a lifted tail.
utsannakriyādhyāna (उत्सन्नक्रियाध्यान, utsannakriyadhyana), n. 6. 488, the fourth division of śukladhyāna.
utsāha (उत्साह, utsaha), 2.515, a kind of meter, Chand. 5. 1. 10.
udayavat (उदयवत्), adj. 2. 61, possessing light, radiant.
udaśvit (उदश्वित्, udashvit), n. 5. 545, buttermilk and water, Abhi. 3. 73.
uddaṇḍa (उद्दण्ड, uddanda), adj. 4. 493; 5. 619, violent, cruel, formidable.
udbhāsana (उद्भासन, udbhasana), n. 1. 901, publication of doctrine (Jain).
udvarṇaka (उद्वर्णक, udvarnaka), m. or n. 2. 802, removal of ointment.
udvā (उद्वा, udva), 2. 839, to blow away.
udvānta (उद्वान्त, udvanta), adj. 3. 235, vomited, L.
udvṛt (उद्वृत्, udvrit), 2. 308, to rub.
udveṣṭ (उद्वेष्ट्, udvesht), 3. 544, to free from.
unmāna (उन्मान, unmana), n. 2. 964, weight by tulā, karṣa, etc. Sth. 258, p. 198.
upaḍhaukana (उपढौकन, upadhaukana), n. 4, 130, a respectful present (made to a king), L.
upadehikā (उपदेहिका, upadehika), f. 1. 535, a species of ant, L.
upabhuj (उपभुज्), 1. 333, to enjoy repeatedly (Jain).
upayamana (उपयमन), n. 2. 970, marrying, Pāṇ.
upayoga (उपयोग), m. 1. 526, activity of the soul through knowledge and perception.
upaśama (उपशम, upashama), 1. 837, subsidence of karma.
upasaṃhṛ (उपसंहृ, upasamhri), 2. 434, 584, to contract; 2. 614, to remove.
upādru (उपाद्रु, upadru), 5. 750, to attack.
uromaṇi (उरोमणि, uromani), m. 4. 210, breast-jewel.
urvīdhra (उर्वीध्र, urvidhra), m. or n. 4. 180, mountain.
ullāsana (उल्लासन, ullasana), n. 6. 178, causing to appear.
ulloca (उल्लोच), m. 2. 782, awning, canopy, L.
uṣṇadīdhiti (उष्णदीधिति, ushnadidhiti), m. 4. 54, sun, L.

Starting with Ū

ūrdhvībhū (ऊर्ध्वीभू, urdhvibhu), 4. 403, to stand.
ūhā (ऊहा, uha), f. 1. 634, a subdivision of matijñāna.

Starting with Ṛ

ṛkṣeśa (ऋक्षेश, rikshesha), m. 5. 692, moon, L.
ṛjurohita (ऋजुरोहित, rijurohita), n. 5. 410, straight red bow of Indra, L.
ṛjurohitadhanvan (ऋजुरोहितधन्वन्, rijurohitadhanvan), m. 2. 217, Indra.

Starting with E

ehireyāhira (एहिरेयाहिर, ehireyahira), adj. 2.1020, having coming and going.

Starting with AU

aukṣaka (अउक्षक, aukshaka), n. 1. 72, multitude of bulls, Pāṇ.
aucitī (अउचिती, auciti), f. 1.114, attention, service.
auṣṭraka (अउष्ट्रक, aushtraka), n. 1. 72, multitude of camels. Pāṇ.
auṣṭrika (अउष्ट्रिक, aushtrika), m. 1. 99, camel-man.

Starting with K

kakṣānāḍī (कक्षानाडी, kakshanadi), f. 3. 411, girth.
kaṭaka (कटक, kataka), m. or n. 4. 437, army, L.
kaṭākṣaya (कटाक्षय, katakshaya), nom. 5.156, to leer at.
kaṭītaṭa (कटीतट, katitata), n. 1. 465, loins, hip. L.
kaṇṭhāla (कण्ठाल, kanthala), m. 1. 75, bag. Also in PS.
kaṇḍūyiyiṣu (कण्डूयियिषु, kanduyiyishu), adj. 5.174, wishing to scratch.
karaṇa (करण, karana), n. 6. 712, dramatic posture. Nāṭyaśāstra (GOS) Int. p. 7.
karaṇḍaka (करण्डक, karandaka), n. 1. 228, backbone, rib, verterba. See n. 48.
karkarakakrīḍā (कर्करकक्रीडा, karkarakakrida), f. 2. 917, a game played with pebbles. Guj. kāṅdarī.
karṇatāla (कर्णताल, karnatala), m. 3. 406; 5. 330, the flap of an elephant’s ear.
karṇalatā (कर्णलता, karnalata), f. 1. 466, lobe of ear, L.
kardama (कर्दम), m. 2. 542, ointment.
karbaṭa (कर्बट, karbata), m. 4. 724; 5. 36, poor town, KSK p. 73 b.
kalaśa (कलश, kalasha), m. 2. 726, projecting point of umbrella.
kalpanīya (कल्पनीय, kalpaniya), adj. 3. 317, free from any fault, acceptable (Jain).
kalyāṇa (कल्याण, kalyana), n. 2. 333, technical term for 5 events in Tīrthaṅkara’s life. See n. 147.
kavacakara (कवचकर), m. 1. 265, a Kṣatriya youth when arrived at the age suitable for martial training, Kaś. on Pāṇ. kaṣaṇa, m. 1. 701, grindstone.
kasara (कसर), m. 3. 132, bad tempered or disobedient bullock. Deśināmamālā 2. 4.
kākiṇīratna (काकिणीरत्न, kakiniratna), n. 4. 307, cowrie-jewd, one of the 14 jewels of cakravartins.
kānduka (कान्दुक, kanduka), m. 2. 856, confectioner.
kāraka (कारक, karaka), n. 3. 608, a division of right-belief.
kārmuka (कार्मुक, karmuka), n. 2.182, bow (as measure).
kāryeṇa (कार्येण, karyena), 6. 265, for the sake of.
kālapṛṣṭha (कालपृष्ठ, kalaprishtha), n. 5.65, bow, L.; 4. 160; 5. 410, name of Bharata’s bow (?).
kāṣāyi (काषायि, kashayi), f. 2.539=kāṣāya, brown-red doth.
kāsara (कासर, kasara), m. 2. 394, buffalo, L.
kāhara (काहर, kahara), 1. 83, whip (?).
kāhalā (काहला, kahala), f. 2. 509, a perforated musical instrument.
kīkasa (कीकस, kikasa), n. 6. 555. bone, L.
kīṭikā (कीटिका, kitika), f. i. 608, ant. Cf. Guj. kīḍī.
kīrtana (कीर्तन, kirtana), n. 4. 191, fame.
kīla (कील, kila), n. 5. 170, pillar, L.
kuṭikā (कुटिका, kutika), f. 3. 364, something for pulling.
kudaṇḍa (कुदण्ड, kudanda), n. 4. 699, fine out of proportion.
kuddāla (कुद्दाल, kuddala), m. n. 5. 423, pickaxe. Cf. M. and H.
kumbh (कुम्भ्), 5. 611, to hold (the breath).
kumbha (कुम्भ), m. 4. 30, projecting point of an umbrella.
kurājya (कुराज्य, kurajya), n. 4. 727, bad dominion, Pāṇ. Vārtt.
kūpaka (कूपक, kupaka), m. 6. 124, mast of a vessel, L.
kūlaṅkaṣā (कूलङ्कषा, kulankasha), f. 1. 276, river, L.
kṛtakarman (कृतकर्मन्, kritakarman), adj. 2. 926, clever, able, L.
kevalajñāna (केवलज्ञान, kevalajnana), n. 1.156, omniscience.
keśāntabhū (केशान्तभू, keshantabhu), f. 6. 599, scalp. Taṇḍ. p. 40.
koṭivedharasa (कोटिवेधरस, kotivedharasa), 1.844, a liquid that turns copper into gold. See n. 112.
kopāṭopa (कोपाटोप, kopatopa), m. 1. 8, a burst of anger.
kautukadhavala (कौतुकधवल), m. 2. 854, 63, comic (?) songs.
krāyaka (क्रायक, krayaka), m. 6. 44, buyer, trader, L.
krīḍāvedi (क्रीडावेदि, kridavedi), f. 2. 665, play-ground.
kṣapakaśreṇi (क्षपकश्रेणि, kshapakashreni), 3. 530, ladder of spiritual evolution on which deluding-karma is destroyed.
kṣapaṇaka (क्षपणक, kshapanaka), m. 6.193, a fasting ascetic.
kṣāyikasamyaktva (क्षायिकसम्यक्त्व, kshayikasamyaktva), n. 3. 599, a division of right-belief.
kṣāyopaśamikasamyaktva (क्षायोपशमिकसम्यक्त्व, kshayopashamikasamyaktva), n. 3. 599, a division of right-belief.
kṣīṇamoha (क्षीणमोह, kshinamoha), 3. 395, name of the twelfth guṇasthāna.
kṣudra (क्षुद्र, kshudra), adj. 5. 733, cruel, L.
kṣubdha (क्षुब्ध, kshubdha), m. 5. 328 charming-stick, Pāṇ.
kṣurapra (क्षुरप्र, kshurapra), m. 5. 425, a kind of arrow with horse-shoe head. Cf. H.
kṣurī (क्षुरी, kshuri), f. 2. 22, knife, dagger, L.
kṣetrabhū (क्षेत्रभू, kshetrabhu), f. 1. 828=°bhūmi, cultivated land.
kṣveḍā (क्ष्वेडा, kshveda), f. 3. 523, roaring of a lion, battle-cry, L.

Starting with KH

khalūrikā (खलूरिका, khalurika), f. 4. 209, a parade, place for military exercise, L. Abhi 3. 452.
khiṅga (खिङ्ग, khinga), m. 1. 305, profligate, libertine, L.
kheṭa (खेट, kheta), n. 4. 724, a town with earthen walls, KSK 88, P. 73b.
khela (खेल), m. or n. 5. 55, sport, play. Quoted only f.
khela (खेल), m. 1. 842, phlegm, Aup. 15.

Starting with G

gaṇanetṛ (गणनेतृ, gananetri), m. 4. 259=gaṇanāyaka, head of assembly.
gaṇin (गणिन्, ganin), m. 6. 429, a sādhu.
gaṇḍaśaila (गण्डशैल, gandashaila), m. 5. 332, a big piece of rock fallen from a mountain.
gandhadravya (गन्धद्रव्य), n. 2. 551, fragrant substance. L.
gavyūta (गव्यूत, gavyuta), n. 2. 118, one-fourth of a yojana, i.e., 2 miles, (Jain).
gahvara (गह्वर), m. 6. 418, cave, L.
guṇaya (गुणय, gunaya), nom. 1. 867, to repeat or recite aloud. PH.
guṇasthāna n. 3. 391 (गुणस्थान न्. ३. ३९१, gunasthana n. 3. 391), a mental stage (of which there are 14) toward emancipation.
gṛhyaka (गृह्यक, grihyaka), adj. 1. 908, attached to, adhering to. geṇḍuka, m. 5. 636, a ball to play with, L.
goṇī (गोणी, goni), f. i. 40, torn or ragged clothes, L.; 1. 68, sack, Pāṇ.
gotrakarman (गोत्रकर्मन्), n. 1. 882, family-determining karma.
goṣpadamātra (गोष्पदमात्र, goshpadamatra), 3. 137, as large as the impression of a cow’s hoof, Kāś. on Pāṇ.
gosahasra (गोसहस्र), n. 3. 246, a thousand rays (of sun).
gaurava (गौरव), n. 1.178, vanity, of which there are 3 (Jain).
gaurī (गौरी, gauri), f. 3.170, name of a vidyā.
granthi (ग्रन्थि), m. 3. 591, the knot of karma remaining at a certain stage.
grāmarāga (ग्रामराग, gramaraga), m. 2. 554, melody types, ^prototypes of modern rāgas.

Starting with GH

ghaṭṭa (घट्ट, ghatta), m. 3. 595=H. and M. ghāṭa, mountainous range dividing countries.
ghaṇa (घण, ghana), 2. 561, tinkling.
ghanābdhi (घनाब्धि, ghanabdhi), m. 4. 428, a sheath, of thick water around the lower world.
gharghara (घर्घर), m. or n. 2. 667, small bell.
ghātikarman (घातिकर्मन्, ghatikarman), n. 1. 809, destructive-karma.
ghūtkāra (घूत्कार, ghutkara), m. 4. 268, lion’s roar.

Starting with C

caṅga (चङ्ग, canga), adj. 6. 609, handsome, L.
caramavarṣman (चरमवर्ष्मन्, caramavarshman), m. 3. 214, one who will attain mokṣa from this birth.
cāraṇaśramaṇa (चारणश्रमण, caranashramana), m. 1. 443, flying ascetic.
citrakakarman (चित्रककर्मन्), n. 4. 618, picture.
citrakāya (चित्रकाय, citrakaya), m. 5. 155, tiger or panther, L.
cilla (चिल्ल), m. 4. 347, kite, L.
cihnapaṭṭa (चिह्नपट्ट, cihnapatta), m. 4. 257, banner, insignia.
cullikā (चुल्लिका, cullika), f. 4. 74=cullī, fire-place.
cūlā (चूला, cula), f. 2. 545, crest, summit.
cetana (चेतन), m. 1. 359, soul, mind, L.

Starting with CH

chandaka (छन्दक), n. 3. 453, dais made for use of the Arhat in a samavasaraṇa.
chāyāpatha (छायापथ, chayapatha), m. 5. 664, the milky way, L.
chaidika (छैदिक), adj. 1. 562, doomed to be mutilated. Cf. Pāṇ.

Starting with J

jagatī (जगती, jagati), f. 3. 228, wall around Jambūdvīpa.
jaṅghācāraṇalabdhi (जङ्घाचारणलब्धि, janghacaranalabdhi), f., 1. 874, art of flying with the legs.
jaṅghāla (जङ्घाल, janghala), adj. 4. 91, swift.
jalakānta (जलकान्त, jalakanta), m. 4. 401, wind, L.
jāti (जाति, jati), f. 2. 876=raga, melody.
jānapada (जानपद, janapada), m. 3. 305, people living in the country in contrast to city-dwellers.
jāyājīva (जायाजीव, jayajiva), m. 2. 557, dancer, L.
jālakaṭaka (जालकटक, jalakataka), m. 3. 228, lattice-windows.
jālika (जालिक, jalika), m. 2. 584, magician.
jṛmbhaka (जृम्भक, jrimbhaka), m. 2. 623, a class of gods, servants of Kubera.

Starting with T

taddhana (तद्धन), adj. 6. 684, niggardly.
tamastati (तमस्तति), f. 2. 284, great or spreading darkness, L.
taraṇa (तरण, tarana), n. 5. 793, swimming.
tāṭaṅka (ताटङ्क, tatanka), m. 4. 116, ear-ornament, L.
tāy (ताय्, tay), 5. 359, to spread. Pāṇ., Dhātup.
tāraka (तारक, taraka), m. 1. 822, guide or leader across.
tim (तिम्), 2. 938, caus., to wet.
tiraścīna (तिरश्चीन, tirashcina), adj. 3. 413=vakra, curved.
tīrtha (तीर्थ, tirtha), n. 2.1039, congregation.
tuc (तुच्), or tuj, m. 6, 327, son.
tūryatraya (तूर्यत्रय, turyatraya), n. 2. I23=tauryatrika, song, dance, and instrumental music. Abhi. 2. 193.
truṭ (त्रुट्, trut), 1. 103, to be exhausted (provisions).
tvacaya (त्वचय), nom. 1. 572, to peel, Pāṇ.

Starting with D

daṇḍa (दण्ड, danda), m. 4. 135, tribute; 6. 15, hurtful act.
daṇḍakapatha (दण्डकपथ, dandakapatha), m. 6. 14, straight road. PH.
daṇḍadhāra (दण्डधार, dandadhara), m. 1. 432, Yama, L.
daṇḍanetṛ (दण्डनेतृ, dandanetri), m. 4. 259, government official.
dardara (दर्दर), m. 2. 562, blow. Pk. daddara.
darśayāminī (दर्शयामिनी, darshayamini), f. 1. 696, the night before the new moon is visible, the darkest night. L.
darśarātri (दर्शरात्रि, darsharatri), f. 1. 324,=°yāminī.
darśaśarvarī (दर्शशर्वरी, darshasharvari), f. 2. 87, =°yāminī.
disodaṇḍa (दिसोदण्ड, disodanda), m. 4. 244, tribute from (all) quarters (?).
dīpaka (दीपक, dipaka), 6. 608, a division of right-belief.
dīpaśikhā (दीपशिखा, dipashikha), f. 2.123, name of a wishing-tree.
dundubhī (दुन्दुभी, dundubhi), f. 2. 59, a particular throw of the dice in gambling, L. It is evidently a lucky throw,
durīhā (दुरीहा, duriha), f. 2. 72, evil-meaning.
duṣkarman (दुष्कर्मन्, dushkarman), n. 1. 543, menial tasks.
dūrabhavyaka (दूरभव्यक, durabhavyaka), m. 6. 39, a jīva who will become a bhavya after a long time.
dūrāpātin (दूरापातिन्, durapatin), adj, 5. 65, piercing from afar, L.
dṛkśruti (दृक्श्रुति, drikshruti), m. 5. 605, snake, L.
devacchandaka (देवच्छन्दक), n. 3. 444=chandaka, a dais in a samavasaraṇa.
devadūṣya (देवदूष्य, devadushya), n. 2. 311, a very fine cloth (?).
devabhūya (देवभूय, devabhuya), n. 1. 440, godhead, divinity, L.
deśavirati (देशविरति, deshavirati), f. 1. 187, partial avoidance of sinful acts.
dyusad (द्युसद्), m. 2. 633, a god, L.
dyūtakāraka (द्यूतकारक, dyutakaraka), m. 5. 702, a gambler, L.
dramaka (द्रमक), m. 4. 841, beggar, Deśināmamālā 5. 34.
dravyaliṅga (द्रव्यलिङ्ग, dravyalinga), n. 6. 741, outer dress, equipment of sādhus, PH.
droṇamukha (द्रोणमुख, dronamukha), n. 4. 574, a town that has an approach both by land and water, KSK 1. 88, p. 73b.
dvāraśākhā (द्वारशाखा, dvarashakha), f. 2. 776, door-post, L.
dvāḥsthya (द्वाःस्थ्य, dvahsthya), n. 2. 731. the work of a door-keeper.

Starting with DH

dhanya (धन्य), adj. 1. 906, good, virtuous, L.
dharaṇīdhava (धरणीधव, dharanidhava), m. 4. 24, king.
dharmadhvaja (धर्मध्वज), m. 6. 62=indradhvaja.
dhavala (धवल), n. 2. 786, an auspicious song, PH.
dhūpadahana (धूपदहन, dhupadahana), m. or n. (?), 2. 544, incense-burner.
dhaureya (धौरेय), m. 2. 413, beast of burden, draught-horse, L.

Starting with N

nandā (नन्दा, nanda), f. 4. 837, a small earthen water-jug, L.
nandāsana (नन्दासन, nandasana), n. 2. 621, round iron seat, Jamb. 123, p. 423b.
nabhomaṇi (नभोमणि, nabhomani), m. 2. 619, sun, L.
naya (नय), m. 3. 365, mode of expressing things (of which there are 7), (Jain).
nāṭaka (नाटक, nataka), n. 3. 417, 418; 4. 664, dramatic company (Guj.).
nāḍindhama (नाडिन्धम, nadindhama), m. 5. 28, goldsmith, L.
nāmakarman (नामकर्मन्, namakarman), n. 1. 882, the sixth of the 8 karmas (Jain).
nārakika (नारकिक, narakika), m. 3. 575, hell-inhabitant, L.
nāhala (नाहल, nahala), m. 5. 41, Mleccha, L.
nikṣepa (निक्षेप, nikshepa), m. 1. 2, aspect (Jain).
nigraha (निग्रह), m. 5. 109, reprimand, blame, L.
nidāna (निदान, nidana), n. 1. 741, pathology, Ṛ.
niṣkuṭa (निष्कुट, nishkuta), m. 4. 249, one of the 4 divisions of Bharatakṣetra bounded by Vaitāḍhya, the ocean, and the Sindhu or Gaṅgā.
niṣkramaṇa (निष्क्रमण, nishkramana), n. 6. 741, the ceremony when a man goes from his house to take initiation.
nīla (नील, nila), m. 3. 450, sapphire, L.
nīvṛt (नीवृत्, nivrit), f. 5. 140, realm, L.
nairayika (नैरयिक), m. 3. 582, hell-inhabitant, L.
naudaṇḍa (नौदण्ड, naudanda), m. 3. 52, oar, L.

Starting with P

pañcaparameṣṭhin (पञ्चपरमेष्ठिन्, pancaparameshthin), m. 1. 459, one of the five supreme ones. See n. 71.
paṭi (पटि, pati), f. 3. 362, garment.
paṭūy (पटूय्, patuy), nom. 6. 263, make strong (?).
paṭṭadvipa (पट्टद्विप, pattadvipa), m. 4. 257, state-elephant.
pattana (पत्तन), n. 4. 723, a place with approach by either land or water. KSK 1. 88, p. 73b.
pattrālambana (पत्त्रालम्बन, pattralambana), n. 2. 915, challenge, notice of debate, Prabhāvakacaritra, 1. 62,159.
pattrāli (पत्त्रालि, pattrali), f. 5. 394, a decoration consisting in lines or streaks drawn on the face and body with musk and other fragrant substances, L.
padika (पदिक), m. 4. 594; 5. 158, footman.
padmarāga (पद्मराग, padmaraga), m. 2. 778, ruby, L.
padyā (पद्या, padya), f. 4. 266, pathway, L.
paramādhārmika (परमाधार्मिक, paramadharmika), m. 1. 316, a kind of deva that torments souls in hell. Sam. 15, pp. 29-30. parābhava, m. 3. 215, humiliation, contempt, L.
parikhād (परिखाद्, parikhad), 2. 855, to devour.
parigumphita (परिगुम्फित), adj. 2. 217, strung as a garland.
pariṇāma (परिणाम, parinama), m. 1. 558, thought-activity.
parīṣaha (परीषह, parishaha), m. 1. 277, trial (Jain).
paryāptam (पर्याप्तम्, paryaptam), ind. 3. 649; 5, 221, enough of.
paryāya (पर्याय, paryaya), m. 1. 887, mendicancy, Āva. 233, p. 202b.
palya (पल्य), m. or n. 1. 229=palyopama, an inestimably long period of time.
paścānupūrvī (पश्चानुपूर्वी, pashcanupurvi), f. 2. 136, reverse order.
pāñcalī (पाञ्चली, pancali), f. 2. 361, doll, puppet, L.
pāṇavika (पाणविक, panavika), m. 6. 710, drummer, Sch. to Pāṇ.
pāṇimūla (पाणिमूल, panimula), n. 2. 820, wrist, L.
pādapopagamana (पादपोपगमन, padapopagamana), n. 1. 911, a fast ending in death.
pāradārikya (पारदारिक्य, paradarikya), n. 1. 580, adultery.
pāriṇetra (पारिणेत्र, parinetra), n. 2. 813, wedding clothes. Cf. Guj. pānetara.
pālaka (पालक, palaka), m. 1. 613, elephant-keeper.
piṇḍ (पिण्ड्, pind), 2. 364, to assemble, only Dhātup.
piṇḍa (पिण्ड, pinda), n. or m. 2. 363, height.
piṇḍībhū (पिण्डीभू, pindibhu), 4. 634, to be made into a lump or ball, to become a solid body, L.
pittala (पित्तल), n. 5. 495, brass, bell-metal, L.
puṣpāñjali (पुष्पाञ्जलि, pushpanjali), m. 2. 497, a double handful of flowers.
pūrva (पूर्व, purva), m. or n. 1. 910= (8,400,000)2 years.
pūrvāṅga (पूर्वाङ्ग, purvanga), m. n. 6. 279=8,400,000 years.
poṭalikā (पोटलिका, potalika), f. 2. 315, amulet.
poṣadha (पोषध, poshadha), m. 1. 191, living like a sādhu.
pauṣadha (पौषध, paushadha), m.=poṣadha.
prakrānta (प्रक्रान्त, prakranta), adj. 6. 95, commenced, begun, L.
prakṣobha (प्रक्षोभ, prakshobha), n. or m. 4. 345, agitation.
praguṇīkṛ (प्रगुणीकृ, pragunikri), 2. 789; 4. 138, to make ready, prepare.
pracalākin (प्रचलाकिन्, pracalakin), m. 4. 520, peacock, L.
praṇayakrodha (प्रणयक्रोध, pranayakrodha), m. 1. 601=°kopa, (feigned) anger of a conquette towards her lover.
pratāḍana (प्रताडन, pratadana), n. 2. 455, blow.
praticāra (प्रतिचार, praticara), m. 6. 31, care, attention.
pratipravāda (प्रतिप्रवाद, pratipravada), m. 5. 278, unfavorable comment.
pratibhūmi (प्रतिभूमि, pratibhumi), f. 5. 508=pratibhū, surety.
pratimā (प्रतिमा, pratima), f. 3.135, standing in meditation.
pratimāna (प्रतिमान, pratimana), n. 2. 964, weight measured by guñja, etc., Sth. 258, p. 198; 5. 314, scale-pan or scale (?).
pratimārgaṇa (प्रतिमार्गण, pratimargana), n. 1. 380, asking back, taking back.
pratiśṛṅkhalā (प्रतिशृङ्खला, pratishrinkhala), f. 5. 559, small chains attached to larger ones.
pratiseka (प्रतिसेक), m. or n. 6. 598, 601, 602, inset (?).
pratolī (प्रतोली, pratoli), f. 4. 453, city-gate, ĀvaH. 219, p. 136a.
pratyeka (प्रत्येक), adj. 1.162, having one soul in one body (Jain).
prathamatas (प्रथमतस्), 5. 550, before (place).
prapañca (प्रपञ्च, prapanca), m. 5.129, deceit, trick, L.
pramāṇa (प्रमाण, pramana), n. 4. 578, height, Aup. 13.
praluṭh (प्रलुठ्, praluth), 2. 516=luṭh.
praśreṇi (प्रश्रेणि, prashreni), (ī), 4. 662, 720, subdivision of a guild.
prastāra (प्रस्तार, prastara), m. 6. 709, changes on notes (as in bell-ringing).
prācīnabarhikodaṇḍa (प्राचीनबर्हिकोदण्ड, pracinabarhikodanda), m. or n. 4. 615=indradhanus, rainbow.
prāpti (प्राप्ति, prapti), f. 1. 856, power to reach supernatural distances.
prāyaścittakautukamaṅgala (प्रायश्चित्तकौतुकमङ्गल, prayashcittakautukamangala), n. 4. 255, 558, 705; 6. 164, propitiatory rite of the tilaka and auspicious things.
prālamba (प्रालम्ब, pralamba), m. 6. 30, support, PH.

Starting with PH

phaṇāṭopa (फणाटोप, phanatopa), m. 5. 428, expanding of a serpent’s hood, L.
pheraṇḍa (फेरण्ड, pheranda), m. 3. 499, jackal, L.

Starting with B

bandha (बन्ध), m. 2. 303, covering. See n. 143.
bandhu (बन्धु), m. 1. 818, brother, L.
balipaṭṭa (बलिपट्ट, balipatta), m. 3. 432, offering-stand.
bādara (बादर, badara), adj. 1. 161, that which can be grasped by the senses (Jain).
bāladhāra (बालधार, baladhara), m. 1. 725, tutor.
bāhuka (बाहुक, bahuka), m. 4. 383, upper part of leg to knee (of horse).
bāhurakṣaka (बाहुरक्षक, bahurakshaka), m. 4. 222, upper-arm ornament.
bāhuśālin (बाहुशालिन्, bahushalin), adj. 5. 108, powerful.

Starting with BH

bhaṅgika (भङ्गिक, bhangika), n. 6. 616, pattern.
bhadrakalabha (भद्रकलभ), m. 2. 592,=°dvipa, best kind of elephant.
bhavacarama (भवचरम), adj. 6. 440, lasting as long as life (Jain).
bhavika (भविक), adj. 6. 147, happy, L.
bhavya (भव्य), m. 1. 5, a soul capable of attaining emancipation.
bhasmakāmayin (भस्मकामयिन्, bhasmakamayin), m. 6. 190, fire.
bhasmanihuta (भस्मनिहुत), adj. 6.191, useless. Only Sch. to Pāṇ.
bhāmaṇḍala (भामण्डल, bhamandala), n. 2. 617, halo, one of the 8 miraculous objects of the Arhats.
bhāvanā (भावना, bhavana), f. 3. 621, a supporting clause to the mahāvratas (Jain).
bhīṣaka (भीषक, bhishaka), adj. 5. 604, terrifying.
bhūtārta (भूतार्त, bhutarta), adj. 2.1028, tormented by demons, L.
bhaidika (भैदिक), adj. 1.562, doomed to be cut apart. Pāṇ., deserving to be cut apart.
bhrātṛvya (भ्रातृव्य, bhratrivya), m. 4. 790, brother’s son, nephew.

Starting with M

maḍamba (मडम्ब, madamba), m. n. 4. 574, 724; 6. 76, a village completely isolated for half a yojana, KSK 1. 88, p. 73b.
mata (मत), m. or n. 4. 50, evidently a kind of harrow. Cf. H. maī.
madakala (मदकल), m. 5. 625, elephant, L.
madana (मदन), m. 2. 844, Randia dumetorum, worn on the wrist during the marriage-ceremony by Gujarātīs. H. maiṅphal.
manasvin (मनस्विन्), adj. 5. 469, proud.
manaḥparyāya (मनःपर्याय, manahparyaya), m. 1. 805; 3. 583, knowledge that enables one to know thoughts of others.
manthinī (मन्थिनी, manthini), f. 4. 313, churn.
maya (मय), m. 1. 63, camel, L.
martya (मर्त्य), m. 6. 634, world of mortals, L.
marṣa (मर्ष, marsha), m. 5. 231, patience, endurance, L.
mahābala (महाबल, mahabala), m. 1. 609, wind, L.
mahābāhu (महाबाहु, mahabahu), adj. 3. 364, powerful.
mahābhuja (महाभुज, mahabhuja), adj. 5. 222=°bāhu.
mahāmataṅgajāya (महामतङ्गजाय, mahamatangajaya), nom. 5. 400, to become an elephant.
mahārambha (महारम्भ, maharambha), m. 1. 410, a great enterprise that causes injury to jīvas.
mahāśara (महाशर, mahashara), m. 1. 696, a species of reed, L.
mahāsthalī (महास्थली, mahasthali), f. 4. 393, the earth, L.
mahiman (महिमन्), m. 1. 549; 2. 277, festival.
mahaujaska (महौजस्क), adj. 4. 334, strong, powerful, L.
māṇavaka (माणवक, manavaka), 6. 564, name of a caitya-pillar in Saudharma, PH.
māṇikya (माणिक्य, manikya), n. 1. 454; 2. 817 et passim, jewel in general. Also in H.
mādhukarī (माधुकरी, madhukari), f. 3. 240, collecting alms after the manner of a bee, L.
māna (मान, mana), n. 2. 964, bulk measure, both solid and liquid. Sth. 258, p. 198.
māmakin (मामकिन्, mamakin), 2. 88=māma, dear friend.
māra (मार, mara), m. 5. 538, battle. Also in H.
mārgamada (मार्गमद, margamada), adj. 5. 324, made of musk.
māhana (माहन, mahana), m. 6. 248, Brāhman, L.
mithunadharman (मिथुनधर्मन्), m. 2. 902=mithuna, twin.
mithyākaraṇa (मिथ्याकरण, mithyakarana), n. 1. 893, one of the ‘practices’ of sādhus. See n. 122.
mūrchāvat (मूर्छावत्, murchavat), adj. 1. 434, suffering from delusion.
mūlaguṇa (मूलगुण, mulaguna), m. 1. 64, primary qualities of sādhus and laymen. See n. 19.
mocaka (मोचक), m. or n. 1. 96, boot (?); 5. 525, cover for lance (?).
mrakṣaṇa (म्रक्षण, mrakshana), n. 2. 835, fresh butter. PH.

Starting with Y

yata (यत), n. 2.194; 2. 895; 4. 632, control. See n. 137.
yathāpravṛttikaraṇa (यथाप्रवृत्तिकरण, yathapravrittikarana), n, 3. 590, a mental process for destruction of karma, (Jain).
yugaladharmin (युगलधर्मिन्), m. 2.139=yugmadharman.
yugmadharma (युग्मधर्म), m. 1. 229=°dharman.
yugmadharman (युग्मधर्मन्), m. 1. 237, twin.

Starting with R

raṅgācarya (रङ्गाचर्य, rangacarya), m. 2. 550, stage-director.
raṅgācārya (रङ्गाचार्य, rangacarya), nom. 2. 873, to act as stage-director.
raṇatūrya (रणतूर्य, ranaturya), n. 5. 329, war-drum, L.
rādhāvedha (राधावेध, radhavedha), m. 5. 690, a method of shooting in which the left eye of a doll whirling in a circle is hit, PH.
riṣṭa (रिष्ट, rishta), n. 6. 600, a kind of dark jewel.
rūpa (रूप, rupa), n. 5. 628, cattle, a beast, L.
revanta (रेवन्त), m. 4. 37, the sun.
rocaka (रोचक), 3. 608, a sub-division of right-belief.
romahastaka (रोमहस्तक), m. 4. 3, a brush made of wool, PH, Jñātā, p. 3a.
rohitākṣa (रोहिताक्ष, rohitaksha), m. 6. 598, a kind of red jewel.

Starting with L

lakṣapākataila (लक्षपाकतैल, lakshapakataila), n. 2. 307, oil made of 100,000 ingredients, PH.
lastaka (लस्तक), m. 4. 96, the middle part of a bow, L.
liṅga (लिङ्ग, linga), n. 6, 23, equipment.
līnatā (लीनता, linata), f. 1.198, avoidance of useless motion.
luṭh (लुठ्, luth), 1. 82, to rest, PH, 2. 516; 3. 292 (caus.) to empty (pitchers).
lumbī (लुम्बी, lumbi), f. 3. 338; 6. 401, tassel, Deśināmamālā, 7. 28.
leśyā (लेश्या, leshya), f. App. III, psychic color.
lehya (लेह्य), n. 1. 329, nectar, sipped food, any food, L.
lokanāli (लोकनालि, lokanali), f. 4. 315; 5. 6o2=trasa°, the strip through the center of the universe where all jīvas are found, but outside of which movable (trasa) jīvas can not live.
lokāgra (लोकाग्र, lokagra), n. 1.156, emancipation, PH.

Starting with V

vadhuṭī (वधुटी, vadhuti), f. 2. 854=vadhū, bride.
vadhrī f. 5. 771 (वध्री f. ५. ७७१, vadhri f. 5. 771), leathern strap, L.
vanīpāka (वनीपाक, vanipaka), m. 5. 47, beggar, L.
varṇaka (वर्णक, varnaka), m. or n. 2. 801, 802, fragrant ointment, L.
varṇikā (वर्णिका, varnika), f. 1. 412; 2. 485, specimen.
vardhanījīvin (वर्धनीजीविन्, vardhanijivin), m. 6. 105, sweeper.
varṣagranthi (वर्षग्रन्थि, varshagranthi), m. 1. 649, birthday.
valabhīvedi (वलभीवेदि, valabhivedi), f. 4. 658, a roofed platform, here a mounting-block.
vasunanda (वसुनन्द), m. or n. 4. 122, shield, L.
vastuvadana (वस्तुवदन), 2. 515, a kind of meter, Chand, 5. 32.11.
vāṅmaya (वाङ्मय, vanmaya), n. 3. 361, scripture (Jain).
vātamaja (वातमज, vatamaja), m. 1. 68, antelope, L.
vāpī (वापी, vapi), f. 2. 692, one of the marks on hand or foot.
vāmanetrā (वामनेत्रा, vamanetra), f. 6. 699, fair-eyed woman, L.
vāmākṣī (वामाक्षी, vamakshi), f. 6. 700=°netrā.
vārastrī (वारस्त्री, varastri), f. 3. 350, courtesan, L.
vārttika (वार्त्तिक, varttika), m. 4.114, 273, one who knows antidotes, charmer, physician, L. Here, snake-charmer.
vāsakṣepa (वासक्षेप, vasakshepa), m. 3. 666, putting a fragrant powder on the head in certain ceremonies (Jain).
vikalākṣa (विकलाक्ष, vikalaksha), n. 1.160, jīvas with two, three, or four senses.
vigama (विगम), m. 3. 661, perishing (Jain).
vicchardāt (विच्छर्दात्, vicchardat), 2. 585, with magnificence or pomp, Deśināmamālā, 7. 32..
vijayadūṣya (विजयदूष्य, vijayadushya), n. 2. 365, canopy.
viṭa (विट, vita), m. 2. 565, clown.
vitarka. m. 3. 302=śrutajñāna (Jain).
vidyācāraṇa (वितर्क. म्. ३. ३०२=श्रुतज्ञान (जैन्). <प्> विद्याचारण, vitarka. m. 3. 302=shrutajnana (jain).
vidyacarana), m. 1. 878, an ascetic who flies by knowledge (Jain).
vidrava (विद्रव), m. 3. 500, downpour.
vidhyā (विध्या, vidhya), 1. 320, go out; 6. 552, caus., to extinguish. Pischel, para. 326.
vinaṭ (विनट्, vinat), 1. 829, caus., to make play a rôle.
vinīla (विनील, vinila), adj. 6. 322, dark-blue, blue, L.
vibhaṅgajñāna (विभङ्गज्ञान, vibhangajnana), n. 3. 619, wrong clairvoyant knowledge (Jain).
viraletara (विरलेतर), adj. 2. 360, thick, dense, close, L.
viśrāṇaka (विश्राणक, vishranaka), adj. 2. 328, bestowing, giving.
viśrāmaṇā (विश्रामणा, vishramana), f. 1.889, causing to rest, by shampooing, etc., PH.
visadṛś (विसदृश्, visadrish), adj. 1. 359, dissimilar, L.
visphoṭa (विस्फोट, visphota), m. 4. 126, scattering.
vismāraṇa (विस्मारण, vismarana), n. 6. 84, the causing to forget.
vīcāra (वीचार, vicara), m. 3. 392=vicāra, passing from one subject to another in meditation (Jain).
veṇī (वेणी, veni), f. 6. 158, stream, current, L.
vedaka (वेदक), n. 3. 605, a division of right-belief.
vedanīya (वेदनीय, vedaniya), 2. 882, feeling-karma, the second karma.
vedikā (वेदिका, vedika), f. 1. 31, the wall around Jambūdvīpa.
vedya (वेद्य), n. 3. 599=vedaka.
velādhara (वेलाधर, veladhara), m. 4.186, guardian of the coast.
vaikriya (वैक्रिय), adj. 4. 258, made by magic power.
vaikriyasamudghāta (वैक्रियसमुद्घात, vaikriyasamudghata), m. 2. 476, magic transformation. See n. 157.
vaiyāvṛttya (वैयावृत्त्य, vaiyavrittya), n. 1. 199, service. See n. 123.
vaiśakhasthānaka (वैशखस्थानक, vaishakhasthanaka), 4. 467, a position in shooting with one foot advanced.
vaihāsika (वैहासिक, vaihasika), m. 2. 877, a comic actor, buffoon, L.

Starting with Ś

śakrastava (शक्रस्तव, shakrastava), m. 2. 601, a stereotyped hymn of praise to the Arhats (Jain).
śacīnātha (शचीनाथ, shacinatha), m. 3. 81=°pati, Indra.
śataṅga (शतङ्ग, shatanga), n. 5. 423, chariot, L.
śatrav (शत्रव्, shatrav), nom. 5. 337, to be hostile.
śākapaṇikā (शाकपणिका, shakapanika), f. 1. 565, a handful of vegetables, Anekārthasaṅgraha 160.
śākinī (शाकिनी, shakini), f. 5. 373, a kind of evil spirit.
śāriphalaka (शारिफलक, shariphalaka), m. n. 2. 747, chess-board, L.
śārī f. 6. 94 (शारी f. ६. ९४, shari f. 6. 94), die.
śikṣā (शिक्षा, shiksha), f. 4. 106, threat.
śikhābandha (शिखाबन्ध, shikhabandha), m. 4.300, a tuft of hair that is tied, the coṭī, L.
śiva (शिव, shiva), n. 1. 1, final emancipation, L.
śīrṣaghaṭī (शीर्षघटी, shirshaghati), 6. 601, skull.
śukla (शुक्ल, shukla), n. 5. 103, fresh butter, L.
śudh (शुध्, shudh), 5. 47, caus., search for.
śulakṛ (शुलकृ, shulakri), 4. 365, to impale.
śairsacchedya (शैर्सच्छेद्य, shairsacchedya), adj. 1, 562, one whose head is to be cut off.
śrāddha (श्राद्ध, shraddha), m. 1. 60, layman (Jain).
śrī (श्री, shri), f. 1.19, 25, emancipation; 1. 455; 2. 363, etc.,=glory, highly personified; 5. 579=lilā, appearance, resemblance.
śrīgṛha (श्रीगृह, shrigriha), n. 4. 709, treasury, Jamb. p. 277a.
śrīdāmagaṇḍa (श्रीदामगण्ड, shridamaganda), n. 2. 618, a gold ornament. See n. 167.
śrīnandana (श्रीनन्दन, shrinandana), m. 1. 722, metron. of god of love, L.
śrutajñāna (श्रुतज्ञान, shrutajnana), n. 3. 581, study-knowledge.

Starting with S

saṃlekhanā (संलेखना, samlekhana), f. 1. 787, total abstinence ending in death.
saṃśrava (संश्रव, samshrava), m. 5. 251, promise, agreement, L.
saṃspheṭa (संस्फेट, samspheta), m. 5. 447, war, battle, L.
saṃhanana (संहनन, samhanana), n. 2.119, joint.
saṅkrandana (सङ्क्रन्दन, sankrandana), n. 6. 497, wailing, lamentation.
sañjñāsūtra (सञ्ज्ञासूत्र, sanjnasutra), n. 4. 783, any sūtra which teaches the meaning of a technical term. Sch. on Pāṇ.
sattraśālā (सत्त्रशाला, sattrashala), f. 4. 43, food-dispensary. Cf. H. and M. annasatra.
sattrin (सत्त्रिन्), m. 2. 154, a liberal giver, especially one who establishes a food-dispensary.
sadhryañc (सध्र्यञ्च्, sadhryanc), adj. 3. 505, resembling.
sandhipāla (सन्धिपाल, sandhipala), m. 4. 259, diplomatic agent, KSK 1. 62, p. 64b.
samavasaraṇa (समवसरण, samavasarana), n. 1. 817, a preaching-hall erected by the gods for the Arhats.
samavāyabbṛt (समवायब्बृत्, samavayabbrit), m. 1. 887, one who has knowledge of the padārthas, Sam. p. 1a.
samahastaka (समहस्तक), m. or n. 5. 265, hand-clapping to keep time.
samāyā (समाया, samaya), 4. 586, to return.
samāsphal (समास्फल्, samasphal), 2. 316, to strike together.
samullāsana (समुल्लासन, samullasana), n. 1. 6, rejoicing, exhilaration.
sampuṭa (सम्पुट, samputa), m. 1. 461, hollow of a bed.
sambādha (सम्बाध, sambadha), m. 4. 726, fortress where grain is stored by cultivators, KSK 1. 88, p. 73b.
sarvaṃsahāpati (सर्वंसहापति, sarvamsahapati), m. 4. 234, king.
sarvaṅkaśa (सर्वङ्कश, sarvankasha), adj. 2. 53, destructive of everything.
sarvavāram (सर्ववारम्, sarvavaram), 2.120, at all times.
sarvīya (सर्वीय, sarviya), adj. 6. 417, benefiting all.
sāṃyugīna (सांयुगीन, samyugina), adj. 4. 400, experienced in battle, war-like.
sāgaropama (सागरोपम, sagaropama), m. n. 1. 790, an inestimably long period of time, 10 crores of crores of palyopamas, PH.
sādhāraṇa (साधारण, sadharana), m. n. 1. 162, one body which contains many souls (Jain).
siñcana (सिञ्चन, sincana), m 1. 576, a bird of prey (deśi). Cf. Guj. siñcāṇo, falcon.
sitacchada (सितच्छद), m. 1. 281, goose, L.
siddhi (सिद्धि), f. 2. 514, emancipation, L.
sutrāman (सुत्रामन्, sutraman), m. 2.189, Indra, L.
surabhīndriya (सुरभीन्द्रिय, surabhindriya), n. 2. 700, liṅga.
sūkṣma (सूक्ष्म, sukshma), adj. 1.161, that which can not be grasped by the senses.
sūkṣmasamparāyaguṇa (सूक्ष्मसम्परायगुण, sukshmasamparayaguna), 3. 393, name of tenth guṇasthāna.
sūtikāgṛha (सूतिकागृह, sutikagriha), n. 2. 405, lying-in chamber, L.
sūryopala (सूर्योपल, suryopala), m. 4. 109=sūryakānta, sun-crystal.
sauvastika (सौवस्तिक), m. 2. 906, family Brāhman or priest, L.
sauvāsineya (सौवासिनेय, sauvasineya), m. 5. 534, son of a woman living in her father’s house.
sausthya (सौस्थ्य), n. 6. 56, welfare, L.
stāgha (स्ताघ, stagha), m. 3.119, bottom, PH.
sthaṇḍila (स्थण्डिल, sthandila), adj. 1.118, free from lives (Jain), PH.
sthavira (स्थविर), m. 1. 887, one who has been initiated 20 years, or one who is 60 years old, or one who knows the tattvas (Jain).
sthāna (स्थान, sthana),-ka, n. 1. 882, twenty acts by which Tīrthakṛtkarma is acquired.
sthāvara (स्थावर, sthavara), n. 1.158, immovable one-sensed jīvas.
sthāsaka (स्थासक, sthasaka), m. 4. 5; 6. 621, tilaka.
sphaṭikopala (स्फटिकोपल, sphatikopala), m. 6. 83=sphāti°, crystal.
sphūrjatā (स्फूर्जता, sphurjata), f. 4. 424, thunder.
svasvāmibhāva (स्वस्वामिभाव, svasvamibhava), m. 1. 583, relation of master and servant.
svāgatika (स्वागतिक, svagatika), adj. 2. 987, Sch. to Pāṇ.

Starting with H

haridhvaja (हरिध्वज), m. 2. 387=indra0
hastalepa (हस्तलेप), m. 2. 846=°lepana, hand-ointment.
hastaśāṭa (हस्तशाट, hastashata),-ka, m. or n. 4. 619; 2. 734, handkerchief.
himagranthi (हिमग्रन्थि), m. 1. 718, snowball.
himamṛtsnā (हिममृत्स्ना, himamritsna), f. 2. 260, snow-powder, snow.
hṛdayālu (हृदयालु, hridayalu), adj. 6. 210, warm-hearted, affectionate, com. to Pāṇ.

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