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anavasita अनवसित a. [न. त.] Not ended or finished; not determined. -ता N. of a kind of Triṣṭubh metre, consisting of four lines with 11 feet in each.
ānuṣṭhubha आनुष्ठुभ a. (-भी f.) [अनुष्टुप् छन्दो$स्य उत्सा˚ अञ्] 1 Consisting of Anuṣṭubhs. -2 Relating to Anuṣṭubh, formed like the metre; आनुष्टुभस्य हविषो हविर्यत् Rv.1. 181.1. -भम् The Anuṣṭup metre.
upajagatī उपजगती A variety of the Triṣṭubh metre in which three Pādas contain twelve instead of eleven syllables.
upariṣṭāt उपरिष्टात् ind. [cf. उपर्युपरिष्टान् P.V.3.31] 1 As an adverb it means (a) Over, above, from above, on high; परहितकरणे नोपरिष्टान्न चाधः Bh.3.131; Y.1.16. (b) Further or later on, afterwards; कल्याणावतंसा हि कल्याणसंपदुपरिष्टाद् भवति Māl.6; इदमुपरिष्टाद् व्याख्यातम् in the sequel. (c) Behind (opp. पुरस्तात्); पुरसाच्चोपरिष्टाच्च अद्भिः परिदधति Ch. Up.5.2.2. -2 (As a preposition) it means (a) Over, upon (with gen., rarely acc.); स्फुटतरमुपरिष्टादल्पमूर्तेर्ध्रुवस्य स्फुरति सुरमुनीनां मण्डलं व्यस्तमेतत् Śi.11.3. (b) Down upon. (c) Behind (with gen.) Comp. -ज्योतिष्मती N. of a Vedic metre consisting of 43 or 44 syllables. -ज्योतिः f. a verse of the Triṣṭubh metre, the last line of which consists of eight syllables. -बृहती N. of a Vedic metre having four Pādas, the first of which contains 12 syllables, each of the three others having only eight.
granthaḥ ग्रन्थः [ग्रन्थ् संदर्भे भावे घञ्] 1 Binding, stringing together (fig. also). -2 A work, treatise, composition, literary production, book; ग्रन्थारम्भे, ग्रन्थकृत्, ग्रन्थसमाप्ति &c. -3 Wealth, property. -4 A verse consisting of 32 syllables, written in the Anuṣṭubh metre. -Comp. -कर्तृ, m. -कारः -कृत् m. a writer, an author; ग्रन्थारम्भे समुचितेष्टदे- वतां ग्रन्थकृत्परामृशति K. P.1. -कुटी, -कूटी 1 a library. -2 a studio. -विस्तरः, विस्तारः voluminousness, diffuse style; Bṛi S.1.2. -संधिः a section or chapter of a work; (for the several names by which sections, or chapters of works in Sanskṛit, are called, see under अध्याय).
vaktram वक्त्रम् [वक्ति अनेन वच्-करणे ष्ट्रन् Uṇ.4.177] 1 The mouth. -2 The face; यद्वक्त्रं मुहुरीक्षसे न धनिनां ब्रूषे न चाटून् मृषा Bh.3.147. -3 Snout, muzzle, beak. -4 Beginning. -5 The point (of an arrow), the spout of a vessel. -6 A sort of garment. -7 N. of a metre similar to anuṣṭubh; see S. D.567; Kāv.1.26. -8 The first term of a progression. -Comp. -आसवः saliva. -खुरः a tooth. -जः 1 a tooth. -2 a Brāhmaṇa. -तालम् a musical instrument played with the mouth. -तुण्डः N. of Gaṇeṣa. -दलम् the palate. -पटः a veil. -पट्टः a bag of corn tied round a horse's neck. -परिस्पन्दः speech. -भेदिन् a. pungent, sharp. -रन्ध्रम् the aperture of the mouth. -वासः an orange. -शोधनम् 1 clean- sing the mouth. -2 lime, citron. -शोधिन् n. a citron. (-m.) a citron tree.
vālkala वाल्कल a. (-ली f.) [व ल्कल-अण्] Made of the bark of trees. -लम् A bark-garment. -ली Spirituous liquor. वाल्मिकिः vālmikiḥ वाल्मीकः vālmīkḥ वाल्मीकिः vālmīkiḥ वाल्मिकिः वाल्मीकः वाल्मीकिः [वल्मीके भवः अण् इञ् वा] N. of a celebrated sage, and author of the Rāmāyaṇa; कवीन्दुं नौमि वाल्मीकिं यस्य रामायणीं कथाम् । चन्द्रिकामिव चिन्वन्ति चकोरा इव साधवः ॥ Udb. [He was a Brāhmaṇa by birth, but being abandoned by his parents in his childhood, he was found by some wild mountaineers who taught him the art of thieving. He soon became an adept in the art, and pursued his business of plundering and killing (where necessary) travellers for several years. One day he saw a great sage whom he asked on pain of death to deliver up his possessions. But the sage told him to go home and ask his wife and children if they were ready to become his partners in the innumerable iniquities that he had committed. He accordingly went home, but returned dismayed at their unwillingness. The sage then told him to repeat the word marā (which is Rāma inverted) and disappeared. The robber continued to repeat it for years together without moving from the place, so that his body was covered up with ant-hills. But the same sage reappeared and got him out, and as he issued from the 'valmika' he was called Vālmiki, and became afterwards an eminent sage. One day while he was performing his ablutions, he saw one of a pair of Krauncha birds being killed by a fowler, at which he cursed the wretch in words which unconsiously took the form of a verse in the Anuṣṭubh metre. This was a new mode of composition, and at the command of the god Brahman he composed the first poem the Rāmāyaṇa. When Sītā was abandoned by Rāma, he gave her shelter under his roof, and brought up her two sons. He afterwards restored them all to Rāma.]
ślokaḥ श्लोकः [श्लोक्-अच्] 1 Praising in verse, extolling. -2 A hymn or verse of praise. -3 Celebrity, fame, renown, name; as in पुण्यश्लोक q. v.; वैदेहि तावदमलो भुवनेषु पुण्यः श्लोकः प्रशस्तचरितैरुपगीयतां ते Mv.7.26; उत्तमश्लोक˚ Bhāg.2.1.9. -4 An object of praise. -5 A proverb or saying. -6 A stanza or verse in general; श्लोकत्वमापद्यत यस्य शोकः R.14.7; समक्षरैश्चतुर्भिर्यः पादैर्गीतो महर्षिणा । सो$नुव्याहरणाद्- भूयः शोकः श्लोकत्वमागतः ॥ Rām.1.2.4. -7 A stanza or verse in the Anuṣṭubh metre. -8 The dear and beloved people (इष्टमित्र ?); यथा ह वै पदेनानुविन्देदेवं कीर्तिं श्लोकं विन्दते Bri. Up.1.4.7. -Comp. -कारः a composer of Ślokas; P.III.2.23. -भू a. appearing in sound; Ait. Ār.

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