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√dīkṣdīkṣaamauṇḍyejyopanayananiyamavratāde°1393
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dīkṣ (Desiderative of dakṣ-?) cl.1 A1. dīkṣate- (perfect tense didīksk/e-; future dīkṣiṣy/ate-; Aorist adidīkṣas-and adīkṣiṣṭa- ; ind.p. dīkṣitvā- ) to consecrate or dedicate one's self (especially for the performance of the soma--sacrifice) ; to dedicate one's self to a monastic order : Causal dīkṣayati-, te-, to consecrate, initiate ; perfect tense didīkṣur- ; to consecrate as a king ; to make ready, prepare : Desiderative didīkṣiṣate-, to wish to be consecrated View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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dīkṣ दीक्ष् 1 Ā. (दीक्षते, दीक्षित) 1 To consecrate or prepare oneself for the performance of a sacred rite; दीक्षयस्व त्वमात्मानम् Mb.14.71.21; see दीक्षित below. -2 To dedicate oneself to. -3 To initiate or introduce a pupil. -4 To invest with the sacred thread. -5 To sacrifice. -6 To practise self-restraint. -7 To shave one's head, to be shaved. -8 caus. impel; induce तत्क्लमस्तमदिदीक्षत क्षणं तालवृन्तचलनाय नायकम् N.18.12.
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dīkṣ verb (class 1 ātmanepada) to consecrate or dedicate one's self (esp. for the performance of the Soma-sacrifice) (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
to dedicate one's self to a monastic order (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

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