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vas cl.1 P. () v/asati- (mc. also te-; perfect tense uvāsa-, ūṣuḥ- etc.; parasmE-pada vāvasāna- ; -vāsāṃ cakre- ; Aorist avātsīt- ; avāksam- [where it is artificially connected with vāc-]; avāstam- ; future vastā- grammar; vatsyati-, te- etc.; vasiṣyati- ; infinitive mood vastum-, vasitum- etc.; ind.p. uṣitv/ā- ; uṣṭvā- ; -/uṣya- etc.), to dwell, live, stop (at a place), stay (especially "overnight" , with or without rātrim-or rātrīs-) etc. ; to remain, abide with or in (with locative case of Persian; locative case or accusative of place, especially with vāsam-or vasatim-) etc. ; to remain or keep on or continue in any condition (with a pp., exempli gratia, 'for example' with channa-,"to continue to be covered" ;or with an accusative,with brahmacaryam-,"to practise chastity" ;or with an adverb exempli gratia, 'for example' with sukham-,"to live pleasantly or at ease";with or without dūratas-,"to keep aloof") etc. ; to have sexual intercourse with (locative case) ; to rest upon (locative case) ; to charge or entrust with (instrumental case) ; cl.10 P. vasayati-, to dwell : Passive voice uṣyate- (Aorist avāsi-), to be dwelt etc. etc.: Causal vās/ayati-, te- (confer, compare ; Aorist avīvasat- : Passive voice vāsy/ate- , ti- ), to cause to halt or stay (overnight), lodge, receive hospitably or as a guest etc. ; to cause to have sexual intercourse with (locative case) ; to let anything stand overnight (with tisro-, scilicet ratrīs-,"three nights") ; to cause to wait, keep in suspense ; to delay, retard ; to cause to exist, preserve ; to cause to be inhabited, populate (a country) ; to put in, place upon (locative case) (anadhyāyam mukhe-,to put restraint on the mouth, refrain from speaking) ; to produce : Desiderative vivatsati-, to wish to dwell : Intensive vāvasyate-, vāvasti-, to remain, be in, be engaged in [ confer, compare Gothic wisan; German wësan,ge-wesen,waretc.; Anglo-Saxon wësan; English was,were.]
vivasP. -vasati-, to change an abode, depart from (ablative) ; (with brahmacaryam-), to enter upon an apprenticeship, become a pupil ; to abide, dwell, live ; to pass, spend (time) etc.: Causal -vāsayati-, to cause to dwell apart, banish, expel etc. ; to send forth, dismiss View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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brahmacaryam āgām (Kauś. āgam; JG. agām; MG.VārG. upemasi) śB.11.5.4.1; Kauś.55.9; SMB.1.6.16; GG.2.10.21; PG.2.2.6; ApMB.2.3.26; ApG.4.11.1; HG.1.5.2; MG.1.1.18b; JG.1.12; VārG.5.34b. Cf. next, and upa tapyāmahe.
brahmacaryam upāgām upa mā hvayasva VārG.5.16. Cf. prec.
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brahmacaryam celibacyBG 17.14
BG 8.11
SB 11.19.33-35
SB 11.3.24
SB 3.28.4
brahmacaryam celibate student lifeSB 11.17.14
brahmacaryam complete celibacySB 9.11.18
brahmacaryam continence or abstaining from misuse of one's semen (not indulging in sex with women other than one's own wife and not having sex with one's own wife when sex is forbidden, like during the period of menstruation)SB 7.11.8-12
brahmacaryam observing complete celibacySB 8.16.48
brahmacaryam under discipline to realize the Absolute (Brahman)SB 1.3.6
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brahmacaryam

brahmacaryam   

caturṣu āśrameṣu prathamaḥ āśramaḥ yasyin indriyanigrahaṃ kṛtvā kevalam adhyayanaṃ kriyate।

brahmacaryasya pālanārthe indriyāṇi vaśīkartavyāni।









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