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Appendix 3.2: new and rare words

In making this list, the determining factor was whether the word is in Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary, ed. 1899. The references to L. and grammarians are from that dictionary. However, if the word has been found in some other lexicon, the fact has been noted. Many words, or kindred ones, not found in earlier lexicons, are quoted in Schmidt’s Nachtrāge (abb. PS) to the Petersburg Wörterbuch. The references to the tezt of the Triṣaṣṭi0 are illustrative, not exhaustive. The list is intended to include new words, words cited only from lexicographers and grammarians, additional meanings of words cited, and variants in form. Possibly some variants are only MS errors. That question always arises to plague lexicographers.

Starting with A

agragū (अग्रगू, agragu), m. 4. 4. 204, guide, leader,
ajihma (अजिह्म), adj. 4. 2. 194, undimmed,
atitvara (अतित्वर), adj. 4. 1. 526, overtaking, passing,
adyaśvina (अद्यश्विन, adyashvina), adj. 4. 7. 377, likely to happen today or tomorrow. Only Pāṇ. Cf. PS.
adribhid (अद्रिभिद्), m. 4. 2. 136, Indra, L. Cf. PS. In Tri° = Śakra.
adhikādhika (अधिकाधिक, adhikadhika), adj. 4. 3. 6, ever increasing. Cf. PS.
adhibhū (अधिभू, adhibhu), m. 4. 3. 171, master, superior, D. Cf. PS.
anabhijña (अनभिज्ञ, anabhijna), adj. 4. 1. 360, unacquainted with. Only scholiast.
anavadhāyaka (अनवधायक, anavadhayaka), adj. 4. 1. 873, not paying attention,
anumāna (अनुमान, anumana), m. or n. 4. 7. 72, inequality, discrepancy,
anuvara (अनुवर), m. 4. 1. 485, best man. Cf. Guj. aṇavara.
antakāya (अन्तकाय, antakaya), nom. 4. 1. 356, to act like Yama.
antarvedi (अन्तर्वेदि), f. 5. 3. 208, apparently the low wall that divides the arena for elephant-fights as held in some parts of India.
anduka (अन्दुक), m. 5. 5. 464, chain for an elephant’s feet, L. Cf. PS.
apaṭī (अपटी, apati), f. 4. 7. 99, screen or wall of cloth, L,.
apācya (अपाच्य, apacya), adj. 4. 1. 48, southern, L.
apānaghaṇṭa (अपानघण्ट, apanaghanta), adj. 5. 2. 126, wearing buttock-bells. See n. 301.
apratarkya (अप्रतर्क्य), adj. 4. 7. 160, unexpected. Cf. pw.
apratiṣṭhāna (अप्रतिष्ठान, apratishthana), m. or n. 4. 1. 887, n. of a hell. See K. P. 319.
abhinetṛ (अभिनेतृ, abhinetri), m. 5. 2. 145, actor. Cf. Wilson,
abhineya (अभिनेय), m. 5. 2. 145, character, role. Cf. abhinetavya, ‘to be represented dramatically.’ abhilūna, part. 4. 2. 168, cut off. abhyaṭ, 4. 2. 254, to approach, to go to meet,
abhyuttheya (अभ्युत्थेय), n. 5. 4. 57, the rising from a seat for respectful greeting.
amalla (अमल्ल), adj. 4. 7. 125, weak.
arere (अरेरे), ind. 5. 5. 174, interjection of calling to inferiors or calling angrily, L.
ardhcakradhara (अर्ध्चक्रधर), m. 5. 2. 236 = Vāsudeva.
alam (अलम्), ind. 4. 5. 164, surely, verily, fully, entirely, Apte.
avakokila (अवकोकिल), adj. 4. 4. 62, called down to by the cuckoo. Only scholiast, avanīka, n. 5. 5. 9, floor,
avara (अवर), adj. 4. 4. 290, apparently ‘second.’
avasarpa (अवसर्प), m. 4. 1. 700, spy, L,. PS.
asammā (असम्मा, asamma), f. 4. 7. 110, inequality, asuhṛdin, adj. 4. 2. 164, unfriendly.
astuṅkāra (अस्तुङ्कार, astunkara), adj. 5. 3. 49, saying‘so be it.’ Only scholiast,
astrāgārika (अस्त्रागारिक, astragarika), m. 5. 3. 80, superintendent of an arsenal,
astrin (अस्त्रिन्), adj. 4. 1. 388, armed. Cf. PS.
aspraṣṭum (अस्प्रष्टुम्, asprashtum), 5. 5. 348, to avoid contact.

Starting with Ā

āghrāta (आघ्रात, aghrata), adj. 5. 4. 91 = ākrānta, overcome, agitated, L.
ācāmāmlavardhamāna (आचामाम्लवर्धमान, acamamlavardhamana), n. 4. 7. 341; 5. 4. 245, a kind of tapas. See n. 252.
āccheda (आच्छेद, accheda), m. 4. 1. 678, cutting off, L,.
ācchoṭ (आच्छोट्, acchot), 4. 1. 609, to beat, ācchoṭana, n. 4. 7. 205, blow. Cf. PS.
āṭi (आटि, ati), f. 5. 5. 176, an aquatic bird = MW’s āti. Abhi. 4. 404.
ādhyambhaviṣṇu (आध्यम्भविष्णु, adhyambhavishnu), adj. 4. 1. 20, becoming rich. Only Pāṇ.
ānāya (आनाय, anaya), m. 4. 5. 293, fishermen’s net. Only Pāṇ.
ābdika (आब्दिक, abdika), adj. 4. 1. 94, lasting for a year,
ābhoginī (आभोगिनी, abhogini), f. 5. 3. 102, name of a vidyā, a magic art personified.
āyukta (आयुक्त, ayukta), adj. 5. 1. 252 = prayukta, ordered,
ārya (आर्य, arya), m. 5. 2. 196 et passim, used for ‘elder brother.’
āvartaka (आवर्तक, avartaka), pi. 4. 2. 73, n. of people in west India,
āśātanā (आशातना, ashatana), f. 5. 2. 245, 5.107, scorn, disrespect. See āsāyaṇa, PH. Cf. PS.
āsa (आस, asa), n. 5. 5. 282, bow, L. PS.
āsevanāśikṣā (आसेवनाशिक्षा, asevanashiksha), f. 5. 2.303, performances of rites and practices of religion. See n. 310.
āsphal (आस्फल्, asphal), 4. 2. 171, to twang the bow-string. Cf. PS āsphāla, Zurückprallen.
āhārya (आहार्य, aharya), adj. 4. 7. 36, what may be removed, adventitious, accessory, incidental, L.

Starting with I

indravāruṇa (इन्द्रवारुण, indravaruna), n. 5. 5. 451, Cucumis colocynthis, bitter gourd. Also pw. See n. 372.
iṣṭadevī (इष्टदेवी, ishtadevi), f. 5. 5. 482, tutelary deity, L.

Starting with U

uccapeṭa (उच्चपेट, uccapeta), adj. 4. 1. 393, making a jump,
uccayana (उच्चयन), n. 4. 7. 293, gathering. PS.
ujjīvana (उज्जीवन, ujjivana), n. 4. 1. 185, revivifying.
utpucchaya (उत्पुच्छय), nom. 4.1.394, to raise the tail. Only scholiast,
udañcin (उदञ्चिन्, udancin), adj. 4. 1. 222, reaching, lifted up to. Cf. PS = ūrdhvacārin.
udarka (उदर्क), m. 5. 1. 231, benefit.
udbhaṭa (उद्भट, udbhata), m. 4. 4. 100, a fan for winnowing corn, L.
udbhāma (उद्भाम, udbhama), adj. 5, 1. 78, angry.
udvṛtta (उद्वृत्त, udvritta), m. or n. 4. 1. 283, leap, jump.
unmāṛṣti (उन्माऋष्ति, unmarishti), f. 4. 3. 198, cleaning, polishing.
unmud (उन्मुद्), adj. 5. 5. 24, rejoicing.
upekṣitṛ (उपेक्षितृ, upekshitri), m. 4. i. 667, one who disregards,
upendra (उपेन्द्र), m. 4. 2. 1 = Vāsudeva. ullālana, n. 4. 2. 113, flourishing, waving.

Starting with Ū

ūrdhvaśoṣam (ऊर्ध्वशोषम्, urdhvashosham), ind. 4. 7. 208, quoted from Pāṇ., ‘so as to dry above.’ Here rather ‘dried to the top, completely dried up,' i.e. ‘exhausted.’
ūṣmajala (ऊष्मजल, ushmajala), m. 5. 2. 136, tears, ūṣmala, adj. 4. 1. 576, hot. PS.

Starting with E

ekāṅga (एकाञ्ग, ekanga), adj. 4. 3. 79; 5. 5. 199, alone, solitary,
ekāvali (एकावलि, ekavali), f. 5. 2. 331, a kind of penance. See II, n. 51.
eṣaṇīya (एषणीय, eshaniya), adj. 5. 1. 447, free from faults, acceptable to monks.

Starting with K

kadvada (अद्वद), adj. 4. 4. 149, contemptible, base, L.
kanakāvali (कनकावलि, kanakavali), f. 5. 2. 331, a kind of penance. See II, n. 51.
kalakaṇṭhī (कलकण्ठी, kalakanthi), f. 4. 2. 147, female Indian cuckoo,
kalāvat (कलावत्, kalavat), m. 4. 1. 290, artist. MW only ‘moon.’ Cf. PS.
kalyāṇakatapas (कल्याणकतपस्, kalyanakatapas), n. 5. 4. 239, a kind of penance. See n. 339.
kallolīnīpati (कल्लोलीनीपति, kallolinipati), m. 5. 2. 25, ocean. kaṣ (कष्, kash), 5. 3. 66, to gnash.
kāminījana (कामिनीजन, kaminijana), m. 5. 2. 36, women in general.
kiṃhetu (किंहेतु, kimhetu), adj. 5. 4. 287, having what reason.
kīlā (कीला, kila), f. 5. 5. 41, flame, L. PS.
kukūla (कुकूल, kukula), m. or n. 4. 7. 129, conflagration or fire made of chaff, L. PS.
kuṭa (कुट, kuta), m. 4. 4. 1.00, hammer, mallet for breaking small stones, ax, L.
kuṭṭima (कुट्टिम, kuttima), m. n. 4. 7.180, 243, ‘house of one or several stories.’ PH. Seems to be rather ‘roof of house.’
kurkuṭāhi (कुर्कुटाहि, kurkutahi), m. 5. 1. 252, 263, a kind of serpent, L. Considered by the Śvetāmbaras to have the head of a cock and the tail of a serpent. See n. 252.
kūpāra (कूपार, kupara), m. 5. 4. 347, ocean, L,.
koṭi (कोटि, koti), f. 4. 5. 164, category. Apte.
kopaveśman (कोपवेश्मन्, kopaveshman), n. 4. 1. 120 = kopaukas, a room set apart for an offended queen. See n. 20.
kaupīnin (कौपीनिन्, kaupinin), adj. 5. 2. 58, wearing a loin-cloth,
kaulācārya (कौलाचार्य, kaulacarya), m. 4. 2. 346, 3. 39 = kaula, a left-hand Śākta.
kraśaya (क्रशय, krashaya), nom. 4. 1. 12, wear down, reduce,
kṣaṇikā (क्षणिका, kshanika), f. 5. 1. 477, lightning, L.

Starting with KH

khaṇḍika (खण्डिक, khandika), m. 5. 1. 36, pupil. Only Pāṇ. PS.

Starting with G

gajadanta (गजदन्त), m. 5. 4. 54, mts. with the shape of elephant’s tusk. See K., p. 233. Here seems to be used for the name of the mts.
gajāyukta (गजायुक्त, gajayukta), m. 4. 7. 191, elephant-driver,
gandhasindhura (गन्धसिन्धुर), m. 5. 1. 327 = gandhagaja, rutting elephant.
gama (गम), m. 4. 3. 76, a move in a game played with dice and men. See JAOS 66, 260.
garala (गरल), m. or n. 4. 4. 182, venom of a snake, L,.
galantī (गलन्ती, galanti), f. 5. 1. 404, water-jar (with hole in the bottom), L.
galita (गलित), adj. 5. 5. 139, permeated with,
girā (गिरा, gira), f. 4. 5. 163, speech, L.
giriparvata (गिरिपर्वत), m. 5. 2. 366, name of mountain,
guñjārava (गुञ्जारव, gunjarava), m. or n. 4. 7. 121, roar (of lion). Cf. H. guñjaranā, to roar, growl,
gehin (गेहिन्), m. 5. 5. 220 (gehiratna), steward,
gauravin (गौरविन्), adj. 4. 1. 275, venerable.
grahaṇaśikṣā (ग्रहणशिक्षा, grahanashiksha), f. 5. 2. 303, study of the sütras. See n. 310.
grāṅkāra (ग्राङ्कार, grankara), m. 5. 4. 40, grunting of camels.

Starting with GH

gharṣa (घर्ष, gharsha), m. or n. 4. 1. 697, mark or track of a serpent. Cf.
ghasā (deśī) (घसा (देशी), ghasa (deshi)), bhūmirekhā; ghasaṇī, sarparekhā, PH.
ghṛtayoni (घृतयोनि, ghritayoni), f. 4. 2. 336, drenching of the yoni with ghī.

Starting with C

cakritā (चक्रिता, cakrita), f. 5. 5. 276, rank of cakrin.
cakṣurdoṣa (चक्षुर्दोष, cakshurdosha), m. 5. 3. 10 = dṛṣṭidoṣa, evil-eye.
cakṣurviṣa (चक्षुर्विष, cakshurvisha), adj. 4. 3. 148 = dṛgviṣa, having poison in the eyes, L. Cf. PS.
caṭaccaṭiti (चटच्चटिति, cataccatiti), ind. 4. 1. 396, with a creaking noise. PS has caṭaceaṭati.
capalā (चपला, capala), f. 4. 2. 8, disloyal wife, whore, L.
cara (चर), m. 4. 3. 76, a move in a game played with dice and men. See JAOS 66, 260.
cāndrāyaṇa (चान्द्रायण, candrayana), m. 5. 3. 135, a kind of penance, Pañcā, 18ff. See n. 322.
cīnakakūra (चीनककूर, cinakakura), n. 4. 7. 383, a dish of millet and rice.

Starting with CH

chatrāya (छत्राय, chatraya), nom. 4. 1. 769, to be an umbrella,
chuṭ (छुट्, chut), caus. choṭaya, 4. 7. 181, to cut, split. Only Dhātup. PS.

Starting with J

jagadarhya (जगदर्ह्य), adj. 5. 4. 238, worthy of universal worship,
jalla (जल्ल), m. 4. 7. 387, dirt of body. See I, n. hi and Pk. lexicons, s.v.
jāgara (जागर, jagara), m. 4. 1. 522; 5. 5. 178, quarrel, strife (?). Cf. Pk. jagaḍaṇa; H. jhagaṛā; Guj. jhagaḍo, quarrel, strife. Seep. 339.
jāḍya (जाड्य, jadya), n. 5. 5. 323, dross,
jālika (जालिक, jalika), m. 5. i. 127, spider, L.
jiṣṇu (जिष्णु, jishnu), m. 4. i. 25, Indra, L. PS.
jihvāla (जिह्वाल, jihvala), adj. 4. 5. 178 = jihvala, voracious,
jīvā (जीवा, jiva), f. 4. 7. 278, bowstring, L.
jīvātu (जीवातु, jivatu), m. n. 4. 1. 185; 5. 1. 76, a revivifier. Quoted only f. in this sense. Cf. Abhi. 6. 3. jṛmbhabhid, m. 4. 4. 54, Indra.

Starting with Ḍ

ḍiṇḍīra (डिण्डीर, dindira), m. 5. 5. 216, sea-foam, L,.

Starting with T

tadbala (तद्बल), m. 4. 2. 178, missile with the shape of a mouse’s tail, L. Abhi. 3. 444 and com.
taraṅgita (तरङ्गित, tarangita), adj. 4. 7. 357, 359, overflowing, abundant, covered with.
tāraka (तारक, taraka), m. 4. 4. 287, swimmer,
tāravāc (तारवाच्, taravac), adj. 5. 3. 80, loud-voiced.
tārkṣyaJcetu (तार्क्ष्यज्चेतु, tarkshyajcetu), m. 4. 4. m, Vāsudeva.
tālapuṭa (तालपुट, talaputa), n. 5. 1. 88, a kind of poison killing immediately. PH, tālauḍa.
tīrī (तीरी, tiri), f. 5. 4. 43, a kind of arrow, L.; tribhāgaśarajā tīrī śeṣāṅge lohasambhavā. Abhi. 3. 444 and com.
tumba (तुम्ब), n. 4.1. 727, the hub of a wheel, PH. Used throughout of the hub of the Vāsudeva’s cakra, tumburu, m. 4. 7. 320, n. of the general of Śakra’s army of Gandharvas.
tṛpti (तृप्ति, tripti), f. 4. i. 76, satiety.
trivaṇa (त्रिवण, trivana), (pi.) 4. 2. 73, name of a people in west India. Km. has travaṇa.
troṭi (त्रोटि, troti), f. 4. i. 693, beak, L. PS.

Starting with D

daṃṣṭrikā (दंष्ट्रिका, damshtrika), f. 4. 1. 517, beard, whiskers, L,.
daṃṣṭrin (दंष्ट्रिन्, damshtrin), m. 4. 7. 280, boar, U.
davāgnīya (दवाग्नीय, davagniya), nom. 4. 5. 95, to resemble a forest-fire,
dīpāya (दीपाय, dipaya), nom. 4. 1. 1, to act like a lamp,
dīrghikā (दीर्घिका, dirghika), f. 4. 1. 369; 5. 1. 3, moat.
durvyavasya (दुर्व्यवस्य), nom. 4. 5. 112, to intend something wicked or improper.
devabhūya (देवभूय, devabhuya), n. 5. 1. 133, godhead, divinity, L.
doṣmat (दोष्मत्, doshmat), adj. 4. 6. 13, powerful. Quoted only, ‘having arms.’
dravyanidhāyam (द्रव्यनिधायम्, dravyanidhayam), ind. 5. 5. 63, deposit like money. Cf. ghṛtanidhāyam.
dvatriṃśakalyāṇaka (द्वत्रिंशकल्याणक, dvatrimshakalyanaka), n 5. 4. 239, a kind of fast, consisting of 2 three-day fasts and 30 one-day fasts.

Starting with DH

dharmacakravālatapas (धर्मचक्रवालतपस्, dharmacakravalatapas), n. 5. 2. 265, a kind of fast. See n. 307.
dharmaśakaṭī (धर्मशकटी, dharmashakati), f. 5. 1. 409, charity-fire. Cf. Guj. śagaḍī, stove, hearth.
dhātrīputrī (धात्रीपुत्री, dhatriputri), f. 5. 5. 413, actress, L.

Starting with N

nakhampaca (नखम्पच), adj. 4. 7. 129, nail-cooking. Only scholiast,
nayanotsava (नयनोत्सव), m. 5. 2. 29, any lovely sight or object, L.
nāmakāṇḍa (नामकाण्ड, namakanda), 4. 2. 23, dictionary,
nārada (नारद, narada), 4. 7. 320, general of Īśāna’s Gandharva-army.
nigoda (निगोद), m. 4. 4. 241, a plant-body with many souls; the sādhāraṇa division of plant-lives. See I, n. 29.
nirbhāma (निर्भाम, nirbhama), adj. 5. 1. 49, free from anger or passion,
niśāśeṣa m. 4. 3. 94 et passim = rātriśeṣa (निशाशेष म्. ४. ३. ९४ एत् पस्सिम् = रात्रिशेष, nishashesha m. 4. 3. 94 et passim = ratrishesha), the remainder or last part of night.
niśuśumbhiṣu (निशुशुम्भिषु, nishushumbhishu), adj. 4. 5. 184, wishing to destroy,
nīlikārāga (नीलिकाराग, nilikaraga), adj. 4. 7. 6. = nīlīrāga, having color of indigo, constant in affection, L,.
nīvṛt (नीवृत्, nivrit), f. 5. 5. 258, realm, L,.

Starting with P

pacelima (पचेलिम), m. 5. 5. 283, Phaseolus mungo or a similar species of bean, L.
paṭala (पटल, patala), n. 4. 2. 342, a (sectarian or ornamental) mark on the forehead or other parts of the body with sandalwood, Iy.
paṭavāsa (पटवास, patavasa), m. 5. 5. 6, petticoat, L.
padātitā (पदातिता, padatita), f. 4. 7. 284, the rank of a footman,
padmin (पद्मिन्), adj. 4. 5. 200, possessing lotuses, L.
parighāta (परिघात, parighata), m. 4. 3. 103, club, iron bludgeon, L.
paripṛ (परिपृ, paripri), caus. 4. 2. 252, to blow,
parihāra (परिहार, parihara), m. 5. 3. 151, desertion,
pareta (परेत), m. 5. 5. 182, ghost, I,,
pavidhara (पविधर), m. 4. 1. 717, Indra.
pādaghargharī (पादघर्घरी, padagharghari), f. 4. r. 236, an anklet of bells,
pānīyaśālā (पानीयशाला, paniyashala), f. 5. 1. 412., a place where water is distributed,
pārāpatapaṇin (पारापतपणिन्, parapatapanin), m. 4. 4. 161, Yama (?) or hawk (?). See n. 169.
pāś (पाश्, pash), nom. 4. 1. 144, to act as bonds,
pitṛjana (पितृजन, pitrijana), m. 5. 7. 301, parents,
pītadhātu (पीतधातु, pitadhatu), m. 5. 1. 246, gold,
pīyūṣadīdhiti (पीयूषदीधिति, piyushadidhiti), m. 5. 3. 16, moon,
pīyūṣaraśmi (पीयूषरश्मि, piyusharashmi), m. 4. 7. 128, moon.
puṃnāga (पुंनाग, pumnaga), m. 4. 5. 56, Calophyllum inophyllum, L,. (probably).
puta (पुत), m. 4. 2. 343, (du.) buttocks, L,.
puṣpottara (पुष्पोत्तर, pushpottara), n. 4. 4.11, name of a palace in Prāṇatakalpa.
pūtara (पूतर, putara), m. 5. 1. 412, a very small water-creature, PH.
pūtkṛ (पूत्कृ, putkri), 5. i. 252, to cry, to scream. PS, pūtkṛta.
pota (पोत), m. 4. 4. 239, a foetus which has no enveloping membrane, L,.
pauṣadhin (पौषधिन्, paushadhin), adj. 5. 1. 543, observing pauṣadha, living like a monk.
prakrānta (प्रक्रान्त, prakranta), adj. 4. 1. 285, commenced, begun, L.
praguṇa (प्रगुण, praguna), adj. 5. 1. 314, ready. Cf. praguṇīkṛ in I.
prajñapti (kā) (प्रज्ञप्ति (का), prajnapti (ka)), f. 4. 7. 265, name of a vidyā, magic art, personified.
pratilabh (प्रतिलभ्), caus. 5. 2. 275, to bestow alms,
pratilābha (प्रतिलाभ, pratilabha), m. 5. 2. 273, giving of alms,
pratiśabdita (प्रतिशब्दित, pratishabdita), adj. 4. 7. 114, echoing, reverberating,
pratīkṣ (प्रतीक्ष्, pratiksh), caus. 4. 1. 365, to persuade (?).
pratyārya (प्रत्यार्य, pratyarya), adj. 4. 3. 128, worthy of honor,
prapañca (प्रपञ्च, prapanca), m. 4. 5. 163, deceit, trick. L. PS.
prapāl (प्रपाल्, prapal), 5. i. 166, to govern.
prahāṇa (प्रहाण, prahana), n. 4. 3. 137. destruction, loss. PK. Here = pralaya, destruction of world,
prāj (प्राज्, praj), 4. i. 527, to drive forward,
prāṇitavya (प्राणितव्य, pranitavya), n. 5. 1. 260, life.
prābhṛta (प्राभृत, prabhrita), m. 4. 7. 88, present, gift. Masc. very rare,
prāsphalatā (प्रास्फलता, prasphalata), f. 4. 3. 157, clashing,
prītiyoga (प्रीतियोग, pritiyoga), m. 5. 4. 63, affection. PS, °saṃyoga.
prekṣāvat (प्रेक्षावत्, prekshavat), m. 5. 2. 146, perhaps ‘spectator,’ from prekṣā, looking on (at a performance). MW.

Starting with PH

phelā (फेला, phela), f. 5. 1. 205, remnants of food, refuse, L.

Starting with B

bandikāra (बन्दिकार, bandikara), m. 4. 5. 290, robber, thief, L,.
bālatapas (बालतपस्, balatapas), n. 5. 1. 403, fool’s penance, i.e. foolish kinds that have no fruit. See n. 285.
bālya (बाल्य, balya), n. 4. 3. 121 = bāliṣya, thoughtlessness, folly,
bālyavat (बाल्यवत्, balyavat), m. 5. 1. 482, child.
bījākṣara (बीजाक्षर, bijakshara), n. 4. 1. 580, first syllable of mantra or spell, L,.
bṛhadbhānu (बृहद्भानु, brihadbhanu), m. 4. 5. 21, fire, L. PS.
brāhmaṇavāha (ब्राह्मणवाह, brahmanavaha), m. 4. 2. 74, (pl.) name of a people in west India. In Km.

Starting with BH

bhadra (भद्र), n. 5. 2. 331, a kind of fast. See n. 312.
bhavakāntāra (भवकान्तार, bhavakantara), m. or n. 5. 4. 303, wilderness of worldly existence, Iy.
bhaṣaṇa (भषण, bhashana), 11. 4. 5. 244, reviling, abuse, PH.
bhasmāṅga (भस्माङ्ग, bhasmanga), adj. 5. 2. 126, smeared with ashes. Cf. PS.
bhāryiya (भार्यिय, bharyiya), nom. 5. 1. 9b, to wish (someone) for a wife.
bhuvana (भुवन), n. 4. 7. 82 et passim, v.l. for bhavana, L.
bhūtagṛha (भूतगृह, bhutagriha), n. 4. 1. 212, haunted house.
bhūteṣṭā (भूतेष्टा, bhuteshta), f. 4. 2. 33. name of the 14th day of half-month, L,.
bhogāvatī (भोगावती, bhogavati), f. 4. 7. 1, city of the Nāgas, L,.

Starting with M

maṇḍala (मण्डल, mandala), 111. 4. 5. 243, dog, L,. PS.
maṇḍalitva (मण्डलित्व, mandalitva), n. 4. 7. 402 et passim, the territory of a Vāsudeva and Cakravartin before they attain those ranks,
madana (मदन), m. 4. 1. 779, wax. Both MW and PS interpret as ‘wax’ with (?).
mantu (मन्तु), in. 4. 2. 229, pretext,
mandiraśiras (मन्दिरशिरस्, mandirashiras), 11. 5. 4. 133, house-top.
manoramā (मनोरमा, manorama), f. 5. 1. 260, a beautiful woman, L,.
marālī (मराली, marali), f. 4. 3. 22, a female marāla. L. PS. Marāla = haṃsa, Abhi. 4. 391, com,
markaṭa (मर्कट, markata), m. 4. 1. 144, spider, L. PS.
markaṭī (मर्कटी, markati), f. 5. 5. 519, female monkey, L.
marmāvid (मर्माविद्, marmavid), adj. 4. 7. 27, knowing weak or vulnerable spots. MW, only marmavid. Cf. PS, marmāvidh.
mallavarta (मल्लवर्त), pl. 4. 2. 69, n. of people in east India. In Km.
maśakyāsāra (मशक्यासार, mashakyasara), m. 5. 3. 162, name of a city. Cf. Munibhadra’s Śāntināthacaritra, 11. 70.
mahābāla (महाबाल, mahabala), m. 4. 2. 174, wind, L,.
mahābhuja (महाभुज, mahabhuja), m. 5. 1. 422 = king,
mahīparivṛḍha (महीपरिवृढ, mahiparivridha), m. 4. 5. 4, king,
mātṛgṛha (मातृगृह, matrigriha), 11. 4. 1. 485, the shrine where a wedding takes place. See I, p. 141.
mārgaṇā (मार्गणा, margana), f. 4. 4. 247. ‘Those states by, or conditions in, which the jīvas are found are known as Mārgaṇās.’ Dravyasaṃgraha, p. 39.
mārganābha (मार्गनाभ, marganabha), m. or n. 5. 3. 63, musk,
mīnalakṣman (मीनलक्ष्मन्, minalakshman), m. 5, 4. 324, Kāmadeva.
muktāvali (मुक्तावलि, muktavali), f. 5. 2. 331, a kind of fast. See n. 312.
mukhāgni (मुखाग्नि, mukhagni), m. 4. 7. 133, forest conflagration, L,.
muṭ (मुट्, mut), 4. 1. 609, to crush, to grind. Quoted only Dhātup.
mudgara (मुद्गर), pl. 4. 2. 69, n. of people in east India. In Km.
mudgala (मुद्गल), m. 4. 5. 320, a kind of Vyantara, PH. From moggaḍa (deśī).
mudrā (मुद्रा, mudra), f. 4. 7. 162, a position of body for meditation,
mūla (मूल, mula), pl. 4. 2. 68, n. of people in east India,
meṇṭha (मेण्ठ, mentha), m. 5. 3. 68, elephant-keeper, L.
meṇḍhaka (मेण्ढक, mendhaka), m. 5. 4. 103, ram, L.
mainika (मैनिक), m. 5. 5. 340, fisherman. Only scholiast,
mocaka (मोचक), 4. 4. 165, the ‘bucket’ of leather attached to stirrup in which lance is carried. So also in 1. 5. 525.

Starting with Y

yācita (याचित, yacita), n. 5. 1. 180, alms obtained by begging, L.
yāpyayāna (याप्ययान, yapyayana), n. 5. 5. 489, palanquin, L.
yuktipuṣpa (युक्तिपुष्प, yuktipushpa), n. 5. 4. 127, flower-arrangement, bouquet,
yuddhasabhya (युद्धसभ्य), m. 4. 1. 595, judge in a fight,
yogapaṭa (योगपट, yogapata), m. 4. 7. 406, traditional secret knowledge handed down orally by a guru to a disciple as his successor.

Starting with R

rājarāja (राजराज, rajaraja), m. 4. 2. 4, moon, L.
rājila (राजिल, rajila), m. 5. 5. 226 = dundubha, Abhi. 4. 371, an unvenomous water-snake.
rādhācakra (राधाचक्र, radhacakra), n. 4. 1. 687, wheel to which a doll is attached as a target. See I, n. 360, Of. PS.
rūpasthadhyāna (रूपस्थध्यान, rupasthadhyana), n. 4. 7. 162, meditation on the form of the Tīrthaṅkaras. See I, n. 409.

Starting with L

lalāntikā (ललान्तिका, lalantika), f. long pendulous wreath, L,.
lalāma (ललाम, lalama), adj. 4. 1. 461, eminent, best of its kind, L.
lālā (लाला, lala), f. 4. 1. 144, spider-web. See II, n. 14.

Starting with V

vadhasthāna (वधस्थान, vadhasthana), n. 4. 1. 320, place of execution, L.
varālaka (वरालक, varalaka), m. 4. 1. 609, an animal that is a combination of a lion and elephant,
vardhāpana (वर्धापन, vardhapana), n. 5. 5. 434, festival, L.
valmīka (वल्मीक, valmika), nom. 4. 1. 243, to be like an ant-hill,
vasantasakha (वसन्तसख), m. 5. 3. 47, Kāmadeva.
vācaṃyama (वाचंयम, vacamyama), m. 5. 2. 268, a sage who practises silence, L.
vātakin (वातकिन्, vatakin), adj. 4. 5. 134, suffering from wind-disease, gouty. Only Pāṇ.
vānāyuja (वानायुज, vanayuja), m. 4. 2. 75, (pl.) name of a people. Km. ‘a country in the north generally identified with Arabia.’
vārttikavādin (वार्त्तिकवादिन्, varttikavadin), m. 4. 4. 173, 273, snake-charmer,
vālahasta (वालहस्त, valahasta), m. 5. 5. 30, tail, L.
vāliakelī (वालिअकेली, valiakeli), f. 5. 2. 38, horsemanship, PS.
vāhīka (वाहीक, vahika), m. 5. 5. 504, palanquin-bearer (?). Cf. MC, s.v.
vikūṇana (विकूणन, vikunana), n. 5. 2. 138, contraction, L,.
vikṛ (विकृ, vikri), 4. 7. 244 et passim, to make by magic or supernatural power.
vinad (विनद्), 4. 1. 324, to revile, abuse,
vipañcita (विपञ्चित, vipancita), part, 4. 1. 223; 5. 2. 26, diffused,
vibhāvasu (विभावसु, vibhavasu), m. 5. 5. 41, fire, L.
viśvā (विश्वा, vishva), f. 5. 5. IC, earth, L.
visaṃsthula (विसंस्थुल, visamsthula), adj. 4. 7. 31, disordered, dishevelled,
vītarāga (वीतराग, vitaraga), m. 4. 5. 228, a sage with subdued passions, L.
vediyodhin (वेदियोधिन्), adj. 4. 2. 166, fighting in an arena with a wall, (of elephants).
vaividhya (वैविध्य), n. 4. 1. 869, diversity,
vaiśālya (वैशाल्य, vaishalya), n. 4. 2. 144, largeness, width,
vyavahārya (kāla) (व्यवहार्य (काल), vyavaharya (kala)), 4. 4. 241, time from a practical point of view.

Starting with Ś

śakunagranthi (शकुनग्रन्थि, shakunagranthi), m. 5. 5. 426, 485. MC, śakunagāṇṭha: a knot tied on observing something considered as a prognostic of a future event or as an indication of some passing occurrence in a distant region; to preserve in the mind a lively expectation of it.
śakuni (शकुनि, shakuni), m. 4. 4. 87, a kite, L.
śaṅkulā (शङ्कुला, shankula), f. 4. 2. 59, a small peg (?).
śamilāyuga (शमिलायुग, shamilayuga), n. 4. 2. 308, yoke-pin and yoke. See II, yugaśamilā.
śaśimālā (शशिमाला, shashimala), f. 4. 7. 318, probably = candrahāra, a kind of necklace composed of half-moons of gold.
śānti (शान्ति, shanti), m. 5. 2. 301, name of a Jina in Videha in a past cycle,
śārapaṭṭa (शारपट्ट, sharapatta), m. 4. 1. 16, dice-board,
śāla (शाल, shala), m. 4. i. 522, brother-in-law. Pk. sāla.
śṛṅga (शृङ्ग, shringa), n. 4. 5. 338, mark, token, sign, L.
śauktikeya (शौक्तिकेय, shauktikeya), n. 5. 3. 5, pearl,
śyāmaya (श्यामय, shyamaya), nom. 4. 1. 710, to make dark,
śvetaraśmi (श्वेतरश्मि, shvetarashmi), in. 4. 1. 176, moon.

Starting with S

sajja (सज्ज), adj. 5. 4. 286, restored, cured.
sabhyībhū (सभ्यीभू, sabhyibhu), 4. 1. 638, 670, to be a judge.
samuttāla (समुत्ताल, samuttala), adj. 5. 1. 285, excited.
samudravasanā (समुद्रवसना, samudravasana), f. 4. 6. 22, earth, L.
sarvatobhadra (सर्वतोभद्र), 11. 5. 2. 331, a kind of fast. See n. 312.
sarvābhisārin (सर्वाभिसारिन्, sarvabhisarin), adj. 5. 2. 196, with a complete army.
sarvīya (सर्वीय, sarviya), adj. 5. 3. 32, omniscient.
salilāvatī (सलिलावती, salilavati), f. 5. 1. 105, name of a province in West Videha.
sahodara (सहोदर), m. 5. 4. 358 (MS reading), = brother, in general. See p. 345.
sādhāraṇastrī (साधारणस्त्री, sadharanastri), f. 4. 2. 155, courtesan,
sāmaja (सामज, samaja), m. 5. 5. 469, elephant, L.
siddhacaitya (सिद्धचैत्य), n. 5. 2. 412, a temple of an eternal Arhat. See n. 314.
siddhipada (सिद्धिपद), m. or n. 4. ī. 908, place of emancipation, Siddhiśilā.
siddhipada (सिद्धिपद), m. or n. 5. 3. 185, name of a mountain.
siddhiparvata (सिद्धिपर्वत), m. 5. 3. 202 = above.
sīman (सीमन्, siman), m. 5. i. 360, 371, 463, name of a mountain (sīmādri)
sīmāntaratna (सीमान्तरत्न, simantaratna), n. 4. 1. 36, crest-jewel.
suparvan m. 5. 2. 366 = parvan (सुपर्वन् म्. ५. २. ३६६ = पर्वन्), h., holiday.
suparvaparvata (सुपर्वपर्वत), m. 5. 2. 256, Meru.
suhṛdin (सुहृदिन्, suhridin), adj. 4. 2. 164, friendly.
sūtra (सूत्र, sutra), m. 5. 4. 221, name of province in W. Videha in Dhātakīkhaṇḍa.
sūtrakaṇṭhaka (सूत्रकण्ठक, sutrakanthaka), m. 4. 2. 321, Brāhman, L.
saudāmanī; f. 4 7. 337 (सौदामनी; f. ४ ७. ३३७, saudamani; f. 4 7. 337), name of a play,
sauvida (सौविद), m. 4. 7. 223, guard or attendant on women’s apartments, L.
sauhṛdin (सौहृदिन्, sauhridin), adj. 5. 4. 18, friendly,
skandha (स्कन्ध), m. 5. 5. 153, shore, L,.
sphar (स्फर्), caus. 4. 1. 528, bang, sound. Cf. sphāra, shock, slap, bang (MW),
sphura (स्फुर), m. 4. 1. 528, shield, L,.
sphuraka (स्फुरक), m. 4. 1. 649, shield. Abhi. 3. 447 and com.
svayamprabha (स्वयम्प्रभ), m. 5.,2. 318, 327, a Jina in Videha in a former period.
svarṇadhātu (स्वर्णधातु, svarnadhatu), m. 5. 2. 406, gold ore.
svarṇaśaila (स्वर्णशैल, svarnashaila), m. 4. 7. 351, Meru (?).

Starting with H

hakka (हक्क), m. 5. 4. 37, calling to an elephant, L,.
haridrārāga (हरिद्राराग, haridraraga), adj. 4. 7. 36, unsteady in affection, fickle, capricious (like color of turmeric, which docs not last), L.
hikkā (हिक्का, hikka), f. 4. 7. 114, apparently ‘bear’s growl.’
hṛṇīya (हृणीय, hriniya), nom. 4. 1. 716, to be ashamed. Cf. hrīṇīya, PS
hrīkara (ह्रीकर, hrikara), adj. 5. 1. 309, shameful.

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