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svaḥ3.3.262MasculineSingularanyonyam, rahaḥ
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anyodaryamfn. born from another womb View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyodaryam. a stepmother's son View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyoḍhāf. married to another, another's wife View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyokasmfn. not remaining in one's habitation (okas-) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyoktif. allegorical expression, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyoktikaṇṭhābharaṇan. Name (also title or epithet) of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyoktiparicchedam. plural Name (also title or epithet) of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyoktiśatakan. Name (also title or epithet) of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyamfn. anyo-'nya- (said to be fr. anyas- Nominal verb singular m.and anya-; see paraspara-;in most cases the first anya-may be regarded as the subject of the sentence, while the latter assumes the accusative,inst. genitive case,or locative case cases as required by the verb;but there are many instances in which the first anya-,originally a nominative, is equivalent to an oblique case); mfn. one another, mutual View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyabhāvam. mutual exchange of condition, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyābhāvam. mutual non-existence, mutual negation, relative difference. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyabhedam. mutual division or enmity. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyadarśanan. an interview, ibidem or 'in the same place or book or text' as the preceding View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyadharminmfn. possessing mutually each other's qualities, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyagatamfn. mutual, reciprocal, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyaghātam. mutual conflict, killing one another. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyahārābhihatamfn. (two quantities) mutually multiplied by their denominators. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyakalaham. mutual quarrel. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyakṛtyan. mutual services, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyamind. mutually. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyamithunan. mutual union View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyamithunam. united mutually. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyamithunamfn. living by couples, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyānurāgam. mutual affectinn, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyāpahṛtamfn. taken or secreted from one another, taken secretly. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyapakṣanayanan. transposing (of numbers) from one side to another. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyāpatitatyāginmfn. deserting each other without either losing caste, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyasaṃśrayam. reciprocal relation (of cause and effect). View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyasāpekṣamfn. mutually relating. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyaspardhāf. mutual emulation (dhin- = rivalling), View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyaspardhinmfn. = rivalling View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyāśrayam. mutual or reciprocal support or connection or dependance View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyāśrayam. mutually depending. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyāśritamfn. mutually supported or depending. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyatasind. mutually. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyavibhāgam. mutual partition (of an inheritance). View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyavṛttim. mutual effect of one upon another. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyavyatikaram. reciprocal action, relation or influence. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyoktif. conversation. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyonyopamāf. a reciprocal simile, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyopatāpinmfn. paining others, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anyotpannamfn. begotten by another. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
dhanyodayam. Name of a man View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vanyopodakīf. a species of creeper View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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anyokas अन्योकस् a. Not residing in one's own house (dwelling in another's), Av.
anyonya अन्योन्य a. [अन्य-कर्मव्यतिहारे द्वित्वं, पूर्वपदे सुश्च] One another, each other, mutual (treated like a pronoun). In many cases the use of this word corresponds to the use of the word 'each other' or 'one another' in English; अन्योन्यं ताडयतः Mk.9 they strike each other (अन्यः अन्यं ताडयति). Thus अन्यः may be regarded as the subject and अन्यम् as the object of the verb, as in English. The second अन्य may, therefore, in many cases stand in the instr., gen., or loc. cases; अन्योन्यैराहताः सन्तः सस्वनुर्भीमनिःस्वनाः Rām.; अन्योन्यस्य व्यतिलुनन्ति P.I. 3.16 Sk. But there are several instances, especially when अन्योन्य enters into compound, in which the first अन्य loses all its nominative force and becomes a sort of oblique case, or an irregular compound of अन्य and अन्य, see P.VIII.1.12 Sk.; अन्योन्यस्याव्यभीचारः Ms. 9.11; oft. in comp. and translated by 'mutual', 'reciprocal', 'mutually'; ˚शोभाजननात् Ku.1.42; so ˚कलह, ˚दर्शन, &c. -न्यम् ind. Mutually. -न्यम् (In Rhet.) A figure of speech, the 'Reciprocal', in which two things do the same act to each other; अन्योन्यमुभयो- रेकक्रियायाः करणं मिथः । त्वया सा शोभते तन्वी तया त्वमपि शोभसे ॥ रजन्या शोभते चन्द्रश्चन्द्रेणापि निशीथिनी । S. D.724. -Comp. -अध्यासः reciprocal attribution of identity (अन्योन्य- तादात्म्यारोपः); जलव्योम्ना घटाकाशो यथा सर्वस्तिरोहितः । तथा जीवे च कूटस्थः सो$न्योन्याध्यास उच्यते ॥ -अपहृत a. taken from one another, taken secretly. -अभावः mutual non-existence or negation; one of the two main kinds of अभाव; it is reciprocal negation of identity, essence, or respective peculiarity, and is equivalent to difference (भेद); तादात्म्यसंबन्धावच्छिन्नप्रतियोगिको$न्योन्याभावः, as घटः पटो न भवति; it exists between two notions which have no property in common. -आश्रय a. mutually dependent. (-यः) mutual or reciprocal dependence, support, or connection; reciprocal relation of cause and effect (a term in Nyāya). -उक्तिः f. conversation. -कार्यम् Sexual intercourse (मैथुन); अन्योन्यकार्याणि यथा तथैव न पापमात्रेण कृतं हिनस्ति Mb.12.141.7. -पक्षनयनम् transposition of numbers from one side to another. -भेदः mutual dissension or enmity; so ˚कलह. -मिथुनम् mutual union. -विभागः mutual partition of an inheritance made by the sharers (without the presence of any other party). -वृत्तिः f. mutual effect of one thing upon another. -व्यतिकरः, -संश्रयः reciprocal action or influence; mutual relation of cause and effect.
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anya anyá, prn. a. other, ii. 35, 3. 8. 13; x. 34, 4. 10. 11. 14; 129, 2; with ab. = than, ii. 33, 11; anyó-anyáone-another, vii. 103, 3. 4. 5; anyé-anyé, anyá̄ḥ-anyá̄ḥ some-others, x. 14, 3; ii. 35, 3 [cp. Lat.aliu-s, Gk. ἄλλο-ς ‘other’].
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anyo&100;nya m. f. (used in oblique cases only) one another: °ree;--, mutual, -ly, reciprocally; -kalaha, a. quarrelling together; -kritya, n. pl. reciprocal services; -gata, pp. reciprocal; -bhâva, m. mutual exchange of condition; -½abhâva, m. mutual non-existence; -½upamâ, f. mutual simile.
anyodarya a. born of another womb; m. half-brother.
anyopatāpin a. paining others.
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jāmi A word which appears originally to have meant ‘ related in blood,’ is not rarely used as an epithet of ‘ sister ’ (Svasr), and sometimes even denotes ‘ sister ’ itself, the emphasis being on the blood-relationship. So it appears in a passage of the Atharvaveda, where ‘ brotherless sisters’ (abhrātara iva jāmayah) are referred to. The word is similarly used in the dispute occurring in the Aitareya Brāhmana as to the precedence of Rākā, or of the wives of the gods, in a certain rite. One party is there described as holding that the sister should be preferred (jāmyai vai pūrva-peyam)—apparently at a ceremonial family meal—to the wife, presumably as being of one blood with the husband, while the wife is not (being anyo- daryā, ‘of another womb’). In the neuter the word means ‘ relationship,’ like jāmi-tva, which also occurs in the Rigveda.
vaiśya Denotes a man, not so much of the people, as of the subject class, distinct from the ruling noble (Kṣatriya) and the Brāhmaṇa, the higher strata of the Aryan community on the one side, and from the aboriginal śūdra on the other. The name is first found in the Puruṣa-sūkta (‘ hymn of man ’) in the Rigveda, and then frequently from the Atharvaveda onwards, sometimes in the form of Viśya. The Vaiśya plays singularly little part in Vedic literature, which has much to say of Kṣatriya and Brahmin. His characteristics are admirably summed up in the Aitareya Brāh¬maṇa in the adjectives anyasya bali-krt, ‘tributary to another’; anyasyādya, ‘to be lived upon by another’; and yathakāma- jyeyafr, ‘to be oppressed at will.’ He was unquestionably taxed by the king (Rājan), who no doubt assigned to his retinue the right of support by the people, so that the Kṣatriyas grew more and more to depend on the services rendered to them by the Vaiśyas. But the Vaiśya was not a slave: he could not be killed by the king or anyone else without the slayer incurring risk and the payment of a wergeld (Vaira), which even in the Brahmin books extends to 100 cows for a Vaiśya. Moreover, though the Vaiśya could be expelled by the king at pleasure, he cannot be said to have been without property in his land. Hopkins® thinks it is absurd to suppose that he could really be a landowner when he was subject to removal at will, but this is to ignore the fact that normally the king could not remove the landowner, and that kings were ultimately dependent on the people, as the tales of exiled kings show. On the other hand, Hopkins is clearly right in holding that the Vaiśya was really an agriculturist, and that Vedic society was not merely a landholding aristocracy, superimposed upon an agricultural aboriginal stock, as Baden Powell8 urged. Without ignoring the possibility that the Dravidians were agriculturists, there is no reason to deny that the Aryans were so likewise, and the goad of the plougher was the mark of a Vaiśya in life and in death. It would be absurd to suppose that the Aryan Vaiśyas 'did not engage in industry and com¬merce (cf. Paṇi, Vaṇij), but pastoral pursuits and agriculture must have been their normal occupations. In war the Vaiśyas must have formed the bulk of the force under the Kṣatriya leaders (see Kçatriya). But like the Homeric commoners, the Vaiśyas may well have done little of the serious fighting, being probably ill-provided with either body armour or offensive weapons. That the Vaiśyas were engaged in the intellectual life of the day is unlikely; nor is there any tradition, corresponding to that regarding the Kṣatriyas, of their having taken part in the evolution of the doctrine of Brahman, the great philosophic achievement of the age. The aim of the Vaiśya's ambition was, according to the Taittirīya Samhitā, to become a Grāmariī, or village headman, a post probably conferred by the king on wealthy Vaiśyas, of whom no doubt there were many. It is impossible to say if in Vedic times a Vaiśya could attain to nobility or become a Brahmin. No instance can safely be quoted in support of such a view, though such changes of status may have taken place (see Kṣatriya and Varṇa). It is denied by Fick that the Vaiśyas were ever a caste, and the denial is certainly based on good grounds if it is held that a caste means a body within which marriage is essential, and which follows a hereditary occupation (cf. Varṇa). But it would be wrong to suppose that the term Vaiśya was merely applied by theorists to the people who were not nobles or priests. It must have been an early appellation of a definite class which was separate from the other classes, and properly to be compared with them. Moreover, though there were differences among Vaiśyas, there were equally differences among Kṣatriyas and Brāhmaṇas, and it is impossible to deny the Vaiśyas’ claim to be reckoned a class or caste if the other two are such, though at the present day things are different.
śramaṇa ‘mendicant monk,’ is first found in the Upaniṣads. According to Fick, anyone could become a śramaṇa. For the time of Megasthenes this seems indicated by his evidence, which, however, refers only to the east of India, beyond the Madhyadeśa proper. The Vedic evidence is merely the name and the fact that Tāpasa, ‘ascetic,’ follows it in the Brhad­āraṇyaka Upaniṣad and the Taittirīya Araṇyaka.
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anyo anyam anu gṛbhṇāty enoḥ RV.7.103.4a.
anyo anyam abhi haryata AVś.3.30.1c; AVP.5.19.1c.
anyo anyam upa vadantam eti RV.7.103.3d.
anyo anyasminn adhyārpitāni AVś.8.9.19b.
anyo anyasmai valgu vadanta eta AVś.3.30.5c; AVP.5.19.5c.
anyo anyasya rūpayoḥ AVś.10.8.23d.
anyo net sūrir ohate RV.8.5.39c.
anyo 'nyasya moc chiṣan AVP.5.10.10e.
anyo 'nyo (AVP.Vait. anyo-anyo) bhavati varṇo asya AVP.2.39.5b; TB.3.7.13.2b; Vait.24.1b. See anyad-anyad bhavati.
anyo babhrūṇāṃ prasitau nv astu RV.10.34.14d.
anyo-anyo etc. see anyo 'nyo.
anyodaryo manasā mantavā u RV.7.4.8b; N.3.3b.
anyonyaṃ tu na hiṃsrātaḥ TA.1.6.1a.
parjanyo abhi varṣatu # RVKh.7.34.6b; VS.36.10d.
parjanyo devatā # MS.2.13.14: 163.13; KS.39.4; Apś.16.28.1.
parjanyo dhārā maruta ūdho asya # AVś.4.11.4c; AVP.3.25.2c.
parjanyo na oṣadhībhir mayobhuḥ # RV.6.52.6c.
parjanyo bījam irayedaṃ hinotu (MS. īrayāno [read irayā no] dhinotu) # AVP.2.22.4c; MS.2.7.12c: 92.4.
parjanyo brahmaṇas patiḥ # AVś.6.4.1b; SV.1.299b.
parjanyo ma udgātā # ṣB.2.10; Apś.10.1.14; AG.1.23.11. Cf. parjanya udgātā.
parjanyo ma udgātā sa me devayajanaṃ dadātu # ṣB.2.10.
parjanyo ma udgātā sa mopahvayatām # ṣB.2.5.
parjanyo me mūrdhni śrito mūrdhā hṛdaye hṛdayaṃ mayy aham amṛta amṛtaṃ brahmaṇi # TB.3.10.8.8.
parjanyo rakṣitā # AVP.10.16.7.
parjanyo retasāvati # AVś.8.7.21d.
parjanyo vidyutā saha # AVś.19.30.5b; AVP.12.22.14b.
parjanyo vṛṣṭimāṃ (MS.JB. -maṃ) iva # RV.8.6.1b; 9.2.9c; AVś.20.138.1b; SV.2.396c,657b; VS.7.40b; TS.1.4.20.1b; MS.1.3.24b: 38.9; KS.4.8b; JB.3.137c,244b; TB.3.5.7.4b.
prācāmanyo ahaṃsana # RV.8.61.9d.
manyo krodhasya nāśanī # PG.3.13.5b. See manyor mṛ-.
manyor iyāya harmyeṣu tasthau # RV.10.73.10c; JB.3.364c (bis, once in fragments),365c.
manyor manasaḥ śaravyā jāyate yā # RV.10.87.13c; AVś.8.3.12c; 10.5.48c.
manyor mṛdhrasya (HG. mṛddhasya) nāśinī # ApMB.2.22.1b; HG.1.15.3b. See manyoḥ krodhasya.
manyor vimanyukasyāyam # AVś.6.43.1c.
manyo vajrinn abhi mām (AVś. abhi na; AVP. upa na) ā vavṛtsva # RV.10.83.6c; AVś.4.32.6c; AVP.4.32.6c.
yajñanyo kataro nau vi veda # RV.10.88.17b; N.7.30b.
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anyonyasaṃśrayareciprocally dependent and hence serving no purpose; same as इतरेतराश्रय which is looked upon as a fault. cf अन्योन्यसंश्रयं त्वेतत् । स्वीकृतः शब्दः शब्दकृतं च स्त्रीत्वं M.Bh. on IV.1.3.
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anyo-'nye mutualCC Antya 7.143
anyo-'nye mutualCC Antya 7.143
anyo'nye at one anotherCC Antya 18.85
anyo'nye at one anotherCC Antya 18.85
anyonya among one anotherSB 10.33.2
anyonya each otherSB 12.9.17-18
anyonya from one anotherSB 10.12.5
anyonya mutualNBS 29
SB 11.22.26
SB 11.7.3
SB 12.2.4
SB 12.4.28
anyonya of each otherSB 10.82.14
anyonya of one anotherSB 5.14.31
anyonya of the mutual relationship between the sense objects and the mindSB 11.13.17
anyonya one with anotherSB 10.22.6
anyonya to each otherSB 3.20.30
anyonya to one anotherSB 3.27.17
anyonya with one anotherSB 5.13.13
anyonya-arthe to help one another in the importsCC Madhya 24.67
anyonya-arthe to help one another in the importsCC Madhya 24.67
anyonya-vairaḥ being envious of one anotherSB 5.5.16
anyonya-vairaḥ being envious of one anotherSB 5.5.16
anyonyam about each otherSB 10.79.28
anyonyam among each otherSB 1.10.20
SB 11.5.8
anyonyam among one anotherSB 1.15.25-26
anyonyam by combination of male and femaleSB 10.24.22
anyonyam each otherSB 10.44.2
SB 10.44.3
SB 10.44.4
SB 11.30.17
SB 3.18.18
SB 3.22.4
anyonyam mutuallySB 11.7.61
anyonyam one anotherSB 1.15.22-23
SB 1.7.30
SB 12.4.7
SB 2.5.33
SB 3.6.5
SB 4.14.39-40
SB 4.9.48
SB 8.10.27
SB 8.10.6
anyonyam to one anotherSB 10.29.4
SB 6.12.23
anyonyam upon one anotherSB 10.22.12
anyonyam with each otherSB 10.44.19
anyonyam with one anotherSB 8.10.35
anyonyataḥ against one anotherSB 10.72.37
anyonyataḥ among themselvesSB 8.9.1
anyonyataḥ by quarrelSB 12.2.10
anyonyataḥ mutuallySB 3.25.34
anyonyataḥ one anotherSB 12.1.41
anyonye among themselvesCC Madhya 6.15
CC Madhya 6.25
anyonye by one anotherCC Madhya 8.214
anyonye each otherCC Madhya 8.243
anyonye mutuallyCC Madhya 1.50
anyonye one anotherCC Adi 4.56
CC Antya 13.63
CC Madhya 17.42
anyonye otherCC Madhya 18.220
anyonye to one anotherCC Madhya 15.12
anyonye cumbana kissing one anotherCC Madhya 17.42
anyonye cumbana kissing one anotherCC Madhya 17.42
manyo O Lord Śiva (in an angry mood)SB 4.6.52
śata-manyo Indra, who performed one hundred such sacrificesSB 1.8.6
manyo by angerSB 8.5.38
manyo influenced by tamo-guṇaSB 9.10.14
manyo named ManyuSB 9.21.1
śata-manyo Indra, who performed one hundred such sacrificesSB 1.8.6
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anyonya adjective mutual (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
one another (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
[gramm.] the word 'anyonya'
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anyonyavant adjective
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anyonyopamā noun (feminine) [rhet.] a kind of Upamā
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anyonyābhāva noun (masculine) mutual negation (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
mutual non-existence (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
relative difference (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

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vanyotpala noun (neuter) vanotpala
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(anyonya.abhāva) mutual non-existence; mutual negatio

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anyo

vimātṛjā, vaimātreyī, vaimātrā, anyodaryā   

vimātuḥ vipituḥ vā putrī।

bhavataḥ vimātṛjā kimarthaṃ roditi।

anyo

vimātṛjaḥ, vaimātreyaḥ, vaimātraḥ, anyodaryaḥ   

mātuḥ sapatnyāḥ putraḥ।

rāmaḥ lakṣmaṇasya vimātṛjaḥ asti।

anyo

parasparam, mithaḥ, anyonyam   

anyonyena saha।

tau parasparaṃ kalahāyete।

anyo

sākṣātkāraḥ, samāsyā, anyonyadarśanam   

manuṣyāt yathā bhāginaḥ kimapi viśeṣaṃ jñātuṃ pṛṣṭāḥ praśnāḥ।

udyogāya sākṣātkāraṃ dātum ahaṃ gacchāmi।

anyo

dhanyodayaḥ   

ekaḥ puruṣaḥ ।

dhanyodayasya ullekhaḥ rājataraṅgiṇyām asti

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