m. "five-eyed", Name of the buddha- (who was supposed to have the māṃsa-c-, dharma-c-, prajñā-c-, divya-c-and buddha-c-id est the carnal eye, the eye of religion, the eye of intellect, the divine eye and the eye of buddha-) (see) .
चक्षुस् a. [चक्ष् करणे उसि Uṇ.2.118] Seeing. -n. 1 The eye; दृश्यं तमसि न पश्यति दीपेन विना सचक्षुरपि M.1.9; कृष्णसारे ददच्चक्षुः Ś.1.6; cf. words like घ्राणचक्षुस्, ज्ञानचक्षुस्, नयचक्षुस्, चारचक्षुस् &c. -2 Sight, look, vision, the faculty of sight; चक्षुरायुश्चैव प्रहीयते Ms.4.41,42. -3 Light, clearness. -4 Lustre, splendour. -Comp. -गोचर a. visible, being within the range of the eye. -ग्रहणम् morbid affection of the eye. -दानम् the ceremony of anointing the eyes of an image at the time of consecrating it. -पथः the range of sight, the horizon. -बन्धः blinding the sight; Vās.67. -मलम् the excretion of the eyes. -रागः (चक्षूरागः) 1 redness in the eyes. -2 'eye-love', love or liking as expressed by an exchange of glances; पुरश्चक्षूरागस्तदनु मनसो$नन्यपरता Māl. 6.15; चक्षूरागः कोकिलेषु न परकलत्रेषु K.41 (where the word has sense 1 also). -रोगः (चक्षूरोग) a disease of the eye. -विषयः 1 the range of sight, ken, presence, visibility; चक्षुर्विषयातिक्रान्तेषु कपोतेषु H.1; Ms.2.198. -2 an object of sight, any visible object. -3 the horizon. -श्रवस् m. a serpent; तमाशु चक्षुःश्रवसां समूहं मन्त्रेण तार्क्ष्यो- दयकारणेन -श्रुति m. (= -श्रवस्) गोभिः कण्ठतटस्य हृष्यति पुरो दृक्पश्य चक्षुःश्रुतेः Rāj. T.5.1; Ki.16.42; इति स्म चक्षुःश्रवसां प्रियानले स्तुवन्ति निन्दन्ति हृदा तदात्मनः N.1.28. -हन् a. who kills the enemy by the mere glance; सेवे चक्षुर्हणः पार्थानुग्र- वीर्यप्रतापिनः Mb.3.233.22.
eye.’The ‘ evil eye * (ghoram caksus) was well known in the Atharvaveda, which contains spells to counteract its influence.As remedies against it are mentioned salve from Mount Trikakubh and the Jañgida plant. In the wedding ceremony the wife is entreated not to have the evil eye (aghora- caksus). The structure of the eye, and its division into white (śukla), dark (krsna), and the pupil (kanīnakā) are repeatedly referred to in the later Brāhmanas. The disease Alaji appears to have been an affection of the eyes.
noun (neuter) a look (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
aspect (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
faculty of seeing (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
sight (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the eye (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
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