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āveśikaḥ2.7.36MasculineSingularāgantuḥ, atithi
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atithim. ( at-,or said to be from a-tithi-,"one who has no fixed day for coming") , a guest, a person entitled to hospitality View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithim. Name of agni- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithim. of an attendant on soma- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithim. Name of suhotra- (king of ayodhyā-, and grandson of rāma-). View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithidevamfn. one to whom a guest is as a divinity View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithidharmam. rights of hospitality View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithidharminmfn. entitled to hospitality View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithidveṣam. hatred of guests, inhospitality. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithigvam. "to whom guests should go", Name of divodāsa- and of another mythical hero View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithikriyāf. hospitality. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithinmfn. ( at-), travelling View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithinm. Name of a king (also suhotra- and atithi- q.v) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithipati(/atithi--) m. a host, entertainer of a guest View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithipūjāf. showing honour to a guest. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithipūjanan. showing honour to a guest. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithisatkāram. honourable treatment of a guest. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithisevāf. attention to a guest. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithitvan. state of a guest, hospitality. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atithivatind. like a guest. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
adhikatithimf. an intercalary lunar day. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
bhīmatithif. equals bhīmaikādaśī-
dhanyatithim. an auspicious or a particular day View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
divasatithithe day-part of a lunar day View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
gauḍatithitattvan. Name of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
ghātatithif. an inauspicious lunar day View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
janmatithimf. () birthday View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
kulākulatithif. kulākula
kulākulatithif. See before. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
kulatithif. equals kulā- q.v View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nāgatithi Name (also title or epithet) of the fifth tithi- of the light half of the month caitra-, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
paitṛkatithinirṇayam. Name of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
prathitatithinirṇayam. Name of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pratithim. Name of a ṛṣi- and teacher (with the epithet deva-taratha-) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
saṃkṣepatithinirṇayasāram. Name of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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atithigvaḥ अतिथिग्वः An epithet of Divodāsa whom the gods helped in overcoming Śambara.
atithi अतिथिः [अतति गच्छति न तिष्ठति; अत्-इथिन् Uṇ.4.2; lit. a 'traveller'; according to Manu एकरात्रं तु निवसन् अतिथिर्ब्राह्मणः स्मृतः । अनित्यं हि स्थितो यस्मात्तस्मादतिथिरुच्यते ॥ 3.12 cf. also यस्य न ज्ञायते नाम न च गोत्रं न च स्थितिः । अकस्माद् गृहमायातः सो$तिथिः प्रोच्यते वुधैः ॥] 1 A guest (fig. also); अतिथिनेव निवेदितम् _x001F_+Ś.4; कुसुमलताप्रियातिथे Ś.6 dear or welcome guest; पुरन्दरपुरातिथिषु पितृषु Dk.2 the guests of Indra's capital i. e. dead; so समरे यमनगरातिथिरकारि 12; धन्यानां श्रवणपथातिथित्वमेति (उक्तम्) Ratn.2.7. becomes a guest of, i. e. goes to or falls on the ears of the fortunate only; करोति ते मुखं तन्वि चपेटापातनातिथिम् K.P. -2 Wrath. -3 N. of a son of Kuśa and Kumudvatī and grandson of Rāma. -Comp. -क्रिया -पूजा, -सत्कारः -सत्क्रिया, -सेवा hospitable reception of guests, rite of hospitality, hospitality, attention to the guests -देव a. [अतिथिर्देव इव पूज्यो यस्य] treating the guest as God. -धर्मः title or claim to hospitality; hospitality due to guests; गृह्यतां ˚र्मः Pt.1; यदि त्वतिथि- धर्मेण क्षत्रियो गृहमाव्रजेत् Ms.3.111 should come as guests -धर्मिन् a. entitled to hospitality as a guest वैश्यशूद्रावपि प्राप्तौ कुटुम्बे$तिथिधर्मिणौ । भोजयेत्सह भृत्यैस्तानानृशंस्यं प्रयोजयन् ॥ Ms.3.112. -पतिः the host or entertainer.
atithin अतिथिन् a. Ved. Travelling, wandering. साध्वर्या अतिथिनीः Rv.1.68.3. -m. (थी) N. of a King, also called सुहोत्र and अतिथि.
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atithi m. [wanderer], guest; --°ree;, a. come to, arriving at; -tâ, f., -tva, n. abst. n.; -kriyâ, f. hospitality; -dharma, m. rights of a guest; -dharmin, a. having the claims of a guest.
atithin a. wandering; m. N. of a K.
atithipūjana n. honourable reception of a guest; -satkâra, m. hospitality to a guest.
anatithi m. not a guest.
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atithi (‘guest’).—A hymn of the Atharvaveda celebrates in detail the merits of hospitality. The guest should be fed before the host eats, water should be offered to him, and so forth. The Taittirīya Upanisad also lays stress on hospitality, using the expression * one whose deity is his guest ’ (atithi-deva). In the Aitareya Áranyaka it is said that only the good are deemed worthy of receiving hospitality. The guest-offering forms a regular part of the ritual, and cows were regularly slain in honour of guests.
atithigva This name occurs frequently in the Rigveda, apparently applying, in nearly all cases, to the same king, otherwise called Divodāsa. The identity of the two persons has been denied by Bergaigne, but is certainly proved by a number of passages, when the two names occur together, in connection with the defeat of Sambara. In other passages Atithigva is said to have assisted Indra in slaying Parnaya and Karañja. Sometimes he is only vaguely referred to, while once he is mentioned as an enemy of Turvaśa and Yadu. Again Atithigva is coupled with Ayu and Kutsa as defeated by Tūrvayāna. A different Atithigva appears to be referred to in a Dānastuti (‘ Praise of Gifts ’), where his son, Indrota, is mentioned. Roth distinguishes three Atithigvas—the Atithigva Divodāsa, the enemy of Parnaya and Karañja, and the enemy of Tūrvayāna. But the various passages can be reconciled, especially if it is admitted that Atithigva Divodāsa was already an ancient hero in the earliest hymns, and was becoming almost mythical.
divodāsa atithigva Is one of the leading princes of the early Vedic age. He was a son of Vadhryaśva, and father, or more probably grandfather, of Sudās, the famous king of the Trtsu family, among the Bharatas. Probably Pijavana was the son and Sudās the grandson. Divodāsa was naturally a Bharata, and, like Sudās, was an opponent of the Turvaśas and Yadus. His great enemy was śambara, the Dāsa, who was apparently chief of a mountain people, and whom he repeatedly defeated. He was also, it seems, like his father Vadhryaśva, an energetic supporter of the fire ritual, for Agni is once called by his name in the Rigveda. On the other hand, he was defeated, with Ayu and Kutsa, by Indra’s aid. In several passages he seems closely connected with the singer family, the Bharadvājas. From one passage, where Divodāsa is said to have fought against the Panis, the Pārāvatas, and Brsaya, Hillebrandt has inferred that he was engaged in conflicts with the tribes of Arachosia, and interpreting the name as the ‘heavenly Dāsa’ conjectures that he was himself a Dāsa. This conclusion is not probable, for the Sarasvatī on which the battle in question took place, and which can hardly be the Haraqaiti of Arachosia, would naturally designate the later Sarasvatī, while the Pārāvatas are mentioned in the Pañcavimśa Brāhmana, as in the east, about the Yamunā. Bergaigne’s opinion that Divodāsa and Atithigva were different people cannot be supported in view of the complete parallelism in the acts of the two persons. See also Pratardana. The people of Divodāsa are referred to in a hymn of the Rigveda.
pratithi devataratha Is the name of a teacher, pupil of Devataras śāvasāyana in the Vamśa Brāhmaria.
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atithigvāya śaṃsyaṃ kariṣyan RV.6.26.3d; 7.19.8d; AVś.20.37.8d.
atithigvāya śambaram RV.1.130.7d.
atithi mānuṣāṇām RV.1.127.8d; 8.23.25a.
atithir duroṇasad ātithye KS.34.14.
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atithi guestCC Adi 14.37
CC Adi 17.147
CC Antya 16.18
atithi guestsSB 10.46.9-13
SB 6.1.56-57
atithi-rūpeṇa in the manner of a guestSB 1.19.32
atithi-rūpeṇa in the manner of a guestSB 1.19.32
atithi-vat just like a guestSB 11.17.54
atithi-vat just like a guestSB 11.17.54
atithi a guestSB 9.21.2
atithi AtithiSB 9.12.1
atithi guestSB 9.21.8
atithi the guestSB 6.7.29-30
atithi unwanted or uncalled-for guestSB 9.4.33-35
atithim although an uninvited guestSB 9.4.36
atithim who, being an uninvited guestSB 9.4.45
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atithi noun (masculine) a guest (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
a person entitled to hospitality (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of Agni (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of a son of Akrodhana name of an attendant on Soma (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of Suhotra (king of Ayodhyā) (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 1543/72933
atithi noun (neuter) śilājatu
Frequency rank 42071/72933
anatithi noun (masculine) not a guest
Frequency rank 42582/72933
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atithi

atithi-gṛham, atithi-bhavanam, atithi-śālā   

yatra atithayaḥ nivasanti athavā atithīnāṃ nivāsasya kṛte nirmitaṃ gṛham।

atithi-gṛhe ekā api kakṣā riktā nāsti।

atithi

janmatithi   

mānyānāṃ janmadinam।

ākṭobaramāsasya dvitīye dine gāndhīmahodayasya janmatithiḥ asti।

atithi

atithiprakoṣṭhaḥ, atithikakṣaḥ   

atithīnāṃ kṛte vinirmitaḥ kakṣaḥ।

abhyāgataiḥ saha kailāsaḥ atithiprakoṣṭhe vārtālāpaṃ karoti।

atithi

atithiḥ, atithī, abhyāgataḥ, abhyāgatā, abhyāgatam, āgantuḥ, āgāntuḥ, āgantukaḥ, āgantukā, āgantukam, praghurṇaḥ, āveśikaḥ, gṛhāgataḥ, prāghurṇikaḥ, prāghuṇikaḥ, prāghuṇaḥ   

ajñātapūrvagṛhāgatavyaktiḥ yasya na jñāyate nāma na ca gotraṃ na ca sthitiḥ akasmāt gṛhamāyāti ।

atithiryasya bhagnāśo gṛhāt pratinivartate। sa tasmai duṣkṛtaṃ datvā puṇyam ādāya gacchati।

atithi

janmatithi   

kasyāpi saṃsthāyāḥ ārambhasya tithyāṃ pratisaṃvatsare bhavyamānaḥ utsavaḥ।

eṣā saṃsthā adya pañcaviṃśatitamā janmatithiḥ sampadyate।

atithi

bhīmatithiḥ.   

māghamāsasya śuklapakṣe vartamānā ekādaśī।

manoharaḥ bhīmatithyāṃ jātaḥ।

atithi

nipatithi   

vaidikaḥ ṛṣiviśeṣaḥ।

nipatitheḥ varṇanaṃ ṛgvede prāpyete।

atithi

brahmatithi   

paurāṇikaḥ ṛṣiḥ।

brahmatitheḥ varṇanaṃ ṛgvede prāpyate।









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