अभिसारिका A woman who either goes to meet her lover or keeps an appointment made by him; यत्रौषधिप्रकाशेन नक्तं दर्शितसंचराः । अनभिज्ञास्तमिस्राणां दुर्दिनेष्वभि- सारिकाः Ku.6.43; R.16.12; अभिसारयते कान्तं या मन्मथवशंवदा । स्वयं वाभिसरत्येषा धीरैरुक्ता$भिसारिका S. D.115; कान्तार्थिनी तु या याति संकेतं साभिसारिका Ak. The directions as to dress &c. to be observed by the different kinds of अभिसारिका are given in S. D.116. The S. D. further recommends the following 8 places as eligible spots for lovers to meet :- (1) a field; (2) a garden; (3) a ruined temple; (4) the house of a female messenger; (5) forest; (6) caravansary (a place for pilgrims &c.); (7) a cemetery; and (8) the bank of a river; क्षेत्रं वाटी भग्नदेवालयो दूतीगृहं वनम् । मालयं च श्मशानं च नद्यादीनां तटी तथा ॥
noun (feminine) a confidante (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of a Rākṣasī (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
Turdus Salica (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the bridge of a stringed instrument (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the Viṇā of the Caṇḍslas (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
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