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विनोद m. vinoda humour
छन्द m. chanda humour
नर्मन् n. narman humour
आनुकूल्य n. AnukUlya humouring
प्रत्यासत्ति f. pratyAsatti good humour
प्रसन्नता f. prasannatA good humour
प्रसाद m. prasAda good humour
प्रसन्न m. prasanna good humour
भावित adj. bhAvita good-humoured
भावित adj. bhAvita good-humoured
पलाग्नि m. palAgni bilious humour
मायु m. mAyu bilious humour
पित्त n. pitta bilious humour
भ्राजक n. bhrAjaka bilious humour
हास्यरस m. hAsyarasa sense of humour
षड्रसासव m. SaDrasAsava lymphatic humour
बलिन् m. balin phlegmatic humour
वेगनाशन m. veganAzana phlegmatic humour
बलहन् m. balahan phlegmatic humour
श्लेष्मधातु m. zleSmadhAtu phlegmatic humour
बलास m. balAsa phlegmatic humour
सौम्यधातु m. saumyadhAtu phlegmatic humour
श्लेष्मन् m. zleSman phlegmatic humour
लम्बन m. lambana phlegmatic humour
स्नेहभू m. snehabhU phlegmatic humour
श्लेष्मक n. zleSmaka phlegmatic humour
निद्रासञ्जनन n. nidrAsaJjanana phlegmatic humour
श्लेष्मौजस् n. zleSmaujas phlegmatic humour
आस्राविन् adj. AsrAvin discharging humour
वपुःस्रव m. vapuHsrava humour of the body
स्वच्छद्रव्य n. svacchadravya crystalline humour
धातुक्षय m. dhAtukSaya waste of the humours
सर्वजित् adj. sarvajit conquering all humours
धातुघ्न m. dhAtughna destroying the humours
त्रिधातुक adj. tridhAtuka consisting of 3 humours
दोषघ्न adj. doSaghna removing the bad humours
लसीका f. lasIkA watery humour in the body
हास्यस्थायिभाव m. hAsyasthAyibhAva permanent sense of humour
दोषत्रयहर adj. doSatrayahara removing the 3 bad humours
दोषत्रयघ्ण adj. doSatrayaghNa removing the 3 bad humours
दोषत्रय n. doSatraya vitiation of the 3 humours
पैत्त adj. paitta relating to the bilious humour
दोषस्थान n. doSasthAna seat of disorder of the humours
बलासक्षयकर adj. balAsakSayakara destroying the phlegmatic humour
बलासवर्धन adj. balAsavardhana increasing the phlegmatic humour
मारुत m. mAruta one of the 3 humours of the body
वातोन adj. vAtona deficient in wind or windy humour
द्वन्द्व m. dvandva compound affection of two humours
धातुसाम्य n. dhAtusAmya equilibrium of the bodily humours
दोषभेद m. doSabheda particular disease of the 3 humours
भेदनीय adj. bhedanIya causing the secretion of bad humours
वात m. vAta morbid affection of the windy humour
त्रिदोष m. tridoSa disorder of the 3 humours of the body
त्रिदोष m. tridoSa disorder of the 3 humours of the body
रञ्जक m. raJjaka biliary humour on which vision depends
दोषोच्छ्राय m. doSocchrAya rise or accumulation of vitiated humours
वायु m. vAyu windy humour or any morbid affection of it
पित्तप्रकोप m. pittaprakopa excess and vitiation of the bilious humour
दोषबलप्रवृत्त adj. doSabalapravRtta proceeding from the influence of bad humours
पित्तक्षोभ m. pittakSobha excess and disturbance of the bilious humour
कफ m. kapha phlegm, one of the three humours of the body
वात m. vAta wind or air as one of the humours of the body
प्रसर m. prasara morbid displacement of the humours of the body
त्रिधातु n. tridhAtu aggregate of the 3 minerals or of the 3 humours
सर्वज adj. sarvaja produced from or suffering from all three humours
सर्वातिसारिन् adj. sarvAtisArin suffering from diarrhoea caused by all the humours
सर्वज्वर m. sarvajvara fever arising from disturbances of all the humours
द्वान्द्विक adj. dvAndvika proceeding from a compound affection of two humours
सङ्घातज adj. saGghAtaja produced by a complicated derangement of the three humours
प्रकृति f. prakRti predominance of one of the humours at the time of generation
निचयगुल्म m. nicayagulma swelling of the abdomen caused by an excess of the 3 humours
संसर्ग m. saMsarga particular combination of two humours which produces diseases
पित्तवायु m. pittavAyu flatulence arising from excess and vitiation of the bilious humour
संनिपातज्वर m. saMnipAtajvara dangerous fever resulting from morbid condition of the three humours
संनिपात m. saMnipAta complicated derangement of the three humours or an illness produced by it
द्वन्द्वज adj. dvandvaja proceeding from a pair or from discord or from a morbid affection of two humours
अवपातन n. avapAtana scene during which a person enters the stage in terror but leaves it at the end in good humour
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