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वृक्षायुर्विद्या f. vRkSAyurvidyA dendrology [dating trees from their growth rings]
तयोः पुत्रः कः ? sent. tayoH putraH kaH ? Who is their son?
तेषां गृहे किं खादितवान्? sent. teSAM gRhe kiM khAditavAn? What did you eat in their house?
ते सर्वे स्वकुटुम्बैः सह सन्ति. sent. te sarve svakuTumbaiH saha santi. All of them are living with their families.
तेषां पुत्र्याः विवाहः निश्चितः इति श्रुतवान् sent. teSAM putryAH vivAhaH nizcitaH iti zrutavAn Their daughter's marriage is fixed, I heard.
तयोः indecl. tayoH their [dual]
तासाम् indecl. tAsAm their [feminine]
तदीय poss. adj. tadIya their
तेषाम् pronoun teSAm their [m.n.]
तदीय adj. tadIya theirs
स्व adj. sva their own
ताम्रलिप्ता f. tAmraliptA their capital
तदर्थ m. tadartha their meaning
सहवाहन adj. sahavAhana along with their vehicles
संस्थापयति verb caus. saMsthApayati { saMsthA } raise on their legs again
तर tara intensifying their meaning
संसक्तचित्त adj. saMsaktacitta having their hearts joined
तन्त्रावाप n. tantrAvApa drugs and their preparation
तत्प्रवरवत् adj. tatpravaravat having their line of ancestors
अविप्रणश m. avipraNaza continuing through their fruits
तल्लक्षण n. tallakSaNa his or her or its or their mark
कलापिन् adj. kalApin when peacocks spread their tails
पार्श्वसन्धान n. pArzvasandhAna laying together with their sides
भुक्तवत्वज्जने ind. bhuktavatvajjane when people have eaten their meal
मुद्रा f. mudrA calling things by their right names
सम्प्रसारण n. samprasAraNa and their corresponding semivowels y
भारत n. bhArata story of the bharatas and their wars
समूढच्छन्दस् adj. samUDhacchandas having metres restored to their order
कर्मनिर्हार m. karmanirhAra removal of bad deeds or their effects
प्रथमा f. prathamA first two cases and their terminations
शब्दशब्दार्थमञ्जूषा f. zabdazabdArthamaJjUSA collection of words and their meanings
वाङ्गक m. vAGgaka reverer of the vaGgas or of their king
भूतसाधन adj. bhUtasAdhana leading all creatures towards their end
हस्त्यश्वारोहबन्धक m. hastyazvArohabandhaka elephants-riders horsemen their servants
अन्योन्यहाराभिहत adj. anyonyahArAbhihata mutually multiplied by their denominators
पाण्डव m. pANDava 5 reputed sons of pANDu or their adherents
सदेवमणि adj. sadevamaNi with curls or twists of hair on their necks
न्यस्तार्त्विज्य adj. nyastArtvijya where the Rtvij have laid down their office
क्षारषट्क n. kSAraSaTka six kinds of trees distinguished by their sap
भोगभूमि f. bhogabhUmi place where people enjoy the reward of their works
यथाकामार्चितार्थिन् adj. yathAkAmArcitArthin honouring suppliants by conforming to their desires
कलापक n. kalApaka debt to be paid when the peacocks spread their tails
सुतपस् m. sutapas name of various RSis and their sons under various manus
नैष्कर्म्य n. naiSkarmya abstinence or exemption from acts and their consequences
पर्याप्ति f. paryApti distinction of objects according to their natural properties
शुद्धगणपति m. zuddhagaNapati gaNeza as worshipped by those who have cleansed their mouths
पितृयाण n. pitRyANa car to convey virtuous persons after their decease to heaven
संश्लिष्टशरीरकारिन् adj. saMzliSTazarIrakArin putting their bodies together i.e. dwelling or living together
कर्मशील adj. karmazIla one who perseveres in his duties without looking to their reward
हरिहरात्मक adj. hariharAtmaka consisting of or comprising viSNu and ziva in their united state
अदैव adj. adaiva not referring to or connected with the gods or with their action
परिणतदिक्करिक adj. pariNatadikkarika containing mythical elephants stooping to strike with their tusks
कौटिक m. kauTika one who kills animals and sells their flesh for his own subsistence
अवयवरूपक n. avayavarUpaka simile by which two things are only compared with regard to their parts
शास्त्राचरण m. zAstrAcaraNa student of the Vedas or one whose conduct is regulated by their precepts
प्रवेणी f. praveNI braid of hair worn by widows and by wives in the absence of their husbands
निरूढ m. nirUDha force or application of words according to their natural or received meanings
पांसुकूल n. pAMsukUla collections of rags out of a dust-heap used by Buddhist monks for their clothing
विवेक m. viveka faculty of distinguishing and classifying things according to their real properties
ग्रैवेयक m. graiveyaka class of deities who have their seat on the neck of the lokapuruSa or who form his necklace
सङ्गव m. saGgava time when grazing cows are collected for milking or when they are together with their calves
तरम् taram added in older language to adverbs and in later language to verbs to intensify their meaning [suffix - Gramm.]
एकादशी f. ekAdazI presentation of offerings to pitRs or deceased ancestors on the eleventh day after their death
तम adj. tama added (in older language) to adverbs and (in later language) to verbs , intensifying their meaning
सामवेद m. sAmaveda contains 585 verses disjoined from their proper sequence in the Rg-veda and arranged in 59 dazatis or decades
अपदान n. apadAna legend treating of former and future births of men and exhibiting the consequences of their good and evil actions
विषमकर्मन् n. viSamakarman finding of two quantities when the difference of their squares is given and either the sum or the difference of the quantities
स्वभाववाद m. svabhAvavAda doctrine that the universe was produced and is sustained by the natural and necessary action of substances according to their in
स्वभाववाद m. svabhAvavAda doctrine that the universe was produced and is sustained by the natural and necessary action of substances according to their in
अर्थापत्तिसम f.n. arthApattisama inference by which the quality of any object is attributed to another object because of their sharing some other quality in common [phil.]
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