Alphabetical Dictionary

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akālam2 occurrencesa wrong or bad time
akuśalaadj1 occurrenceinauspicious; evil; not clever
akṣin2 occurrencesthe eye
agnim3 occurrencesfire; sacrificial fire (of three kinds); the number three; the god of fire; the fire of the stomach; digestive faculty; gastric fluid; bile; gold; name of various plants; mystical substitute for the letter r; Semicarpus Anacardium; Plumbago Zeylanica and Rosea; Citrus Acida; [alchemy] the doṣa called vahni
aṅgan1 occurrencea limb of the body; a limb; member; the body; a subordinate division or department; the number six; name of the chief sacred texts of the Jainas; a limb or subdivision of Mantra or counsel (said to be five); any subdivision; a supplement; (in Gr.) the base of a word; anything inferior or secondary; anything immaterial or unessential; (in r
añjanan5 occurrencesact of applying an ointment or pigment; embellishing; black pigment or collyrium applied to the eyelashes or the inner coat of the eyelids; a special kind of this pigment; antimony; extract of Ammonium; Xanthorrhiza; paint; magic ointment; ink; night; (in rhetoric) making clear the meaning of an equivocal expression; double entendre or pun
atasind4 occurrencesfrom this; than this; hence; henceforth; from that time; from this or that cause or reason
atiind1 occurrencevery; extremely
atitīkṣṇaadj1 occurrencevery sharp
atidūran1 occurrencea great distance
atipravṛttif1 occurrenceissuing abundantly
atipravṛdh1. P.1 occurrenceto grow exceedingly
atimātraadj2 occurrencesexceeding the proper measure
atiyogam6 occurrencesexcessive union; excess
atilekhanaadj1 occurrence
ativṛt1. Ā.1 occurrenceto pass beyond; to surpass; to cross; to get over; to overcome; to transgress; to violate; to offend; to pass away; to delay
atisaṃsargam1 occurrence
atisāram1 occurrencepurging; dysentery; name of a son of Nitantu
atī2. Ā.1 occurrenceto pass by; to elapse; to pass over; to overflow; to pass on; to get over; to pass through; to defer; to enter; to overcome; to overtake; to outdo; to pass by; to neglect; to overstep; to violate; to be redundant; to die
atīsāram2 occurrencespurging; dysentery