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lasya: Gerund (-ya)las
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mandaḥ2.10.18MasculineSingularalasaḥ, a‍nuṣṇaḥ, ‍tundaparimṛjaḥ, ālasya, śītakaḥ
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kal P. (rarely A1.) kalayati- (te-), to impel, incite, urge on etc. ; to bear, carry etc. ; to betake one's self to ; to do, make, accomplish ; to utter a sound, murmur etc. ; (sometimes in connection with nouns merely expressing the verbal conception exempli gratia, 'for example' mūrchāṃ- kal-,to swoon ; culukaṃ jalasya- kal-,to take a draught of water ) ; to tie on, attach, affix ; to furnish with ; to observe, perceive, take notice of ; to consider, count, take for ; (See 1. kalaya-, column 3.) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
kālam. kālasya dīrghasya- or mahataḥ- idem or 'ind. ablative in the course of time ' etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
kālam. kasya-cit kālasya-, after some time View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
karṣam. (with and without halasya-) ploughing, agriculture View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
kedāram. kapilasya k-," kapila-'s field", Name of a tīrtha- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
cl.2 P. () lāti- (perfect tense lalau- ; Aorist alāsīt- ; future lātā-, lāsyati- grammar; ind.p. lātvā- ), to take, receive, obtain ; to undertake, begin ; to give [Cf. Hind,lenA.] View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
las cl.1 P., () lasati- (only parasmE-pada lasat-, lasamāna-,and perfect tense lalāsa-; grammar also Aorist alasīt-; future, lasitā-, lasiṣyati-), to shine, flash, glitter etc. ; to appear, come to light, arise ; to sound, resound (confer, compare ras-) ; to play, sport, frolic ; to embrace : Causal , or cl.10. (), lāsayati- (Aorist alīlasat-; Passive voice lāsyate-), to dance ; to cause to teach to dance ; to exercise an art (confer, compare laś-) [ confer, compare Latin lascivus,lascivire.] View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
lāsa lāsin-, lāsya- See . View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
lāsyan. dancing, a dance (especially accompanied with instrumental music and singing), a dance representing the emotions of love dramatically (this was at one time a principal part of the drama, and as such according to to bharata- and the daśa-rūpa- consisted of 10 divisions or aṅga-s, viz. geya-pada-, sthita-pāṭhya-, āsīna-, puṣpa-gaṇḍikā-, pracchedaka-, tri-gūḍha-or tri-mūḍhaka-, saindhava-, dvigūḍhaka-or vimūḍhaka-, uttam/ottamaka-,and ukta-pratyukta-;including also a style of dramatic composition in which there is abrupt transition from Sanskrit to Prakrit and from Prakrit to Sanskrit;the term lāsya-is also applied to the Nach [Nautch] dance of the Indian dancing girls, consisting chiefly of gesticulation with a shuffling movement of the feet forwards and backwards, as invented by pārvati- and opposed to the boisterous masculine dance called tāṇḍava- practised by śiva- and his followers; see ) etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
lāsyakan. equals lāsya-, a dance View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
lāsyāṅgan. a division of the lāsya- (see above) . View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
(see -) cl.9 P. () lināti-, to adhere, obtain (not usually found) ; cl.1 P. layati- (), to melt, liquefy, dissolve (not usually found) ; cl.4 A1. () l/īyate- (Vedic or Veda also yate-; perfect tense lilye-, lilyuḥ- etc.; lilāya-, lalau- grammar; Aorist aleṣṭa- ; alaiṣīt-, alāsīt-, alāsta- grammar; future letā-, lātā-; leṣyati-or lāsyati-, te- ; infinitive mood letumorla1tum ; ind.p. -lāyam- ; līya- etc.) , to cling or press closely, stick or adhere to (locative case) etc. ; to remain sticking ; to lie, recline, alight or settle on, hide or cower down in (locative case), disappear, vanish etc.: Causal P. lāpayati- or lāyayati-, to cause to cling etc. etc. ; A1. lāpayate-, to deceive ; to obtain honour ; to humble : Desiderative lilīṣati-, te- grammar : Intensive lelīyate-, lelayīti-, leleti- (see lelāya-). View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
mlai cl.1 P. () mlāyati- (Epic also te-and mlāti-; perfect tense mamlau- ; mamle- ; Aorist amlāsīt-,2. sg. mlāsīḥ- ; preceding mlāyāt-,or mleyāt- ; future mlātā-, mlāsyati- grammar; Conditional amlāsyatām- , syetām- ; infinitive mood mlātum- grammar), to fade, wither, decay, vanish etc. ; to be languid or exhausted or dejected, have a worn appearance : Causal mlāp/ayati-, to cause to wither or fade, enfeeble, make languid ; mlapayati-, to crush View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nakulam. of a Vedic poet with the patronymic vāma-deva- (vya-) or vaiśvāmitra- (lasya- vāmadevasya preṅkha- m.Name of a sāman-)
nayanan. (kālasya-) fixing View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
preṅkhamfn. a swing, a sort of hammock or swinging-cot (m. dual number the two posts between which a swing moves ; idem or 'mfn. trembling, rocking, swaying, pitching ' [with nakulasya vāma-devasya-]and sg. [with marutām-]Name of sāman-s ; preṅkhaphalaka kha-phalaka- n.the board or seat in a swing ; preṅkheṅkhana kheṅkhana- n.swinging ) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
śalyāf. a kind of dance (mentioned together with lāsya-and calita-) (varia lectio sāmya-) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
saṃsthānabhuktif. (with kālasya-) the passage through various periods of time View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
tantran. the leading or principal or essential part, main point, characteristic feature, model, type, system, framework etc. (exempli gratia, 'for example' kulasya t-,"the principal action in keeping up a family id est propagation "; in fine compositi or 'at the end of a compound'"depending on"see ātma--, sva--, para--,etc.) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
voḍhṛm. a bull, ox (also with dhurah-or halasya-) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
voḍhṛm. a bull, ox (also with dhurah-or halasya-) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vyabhicārinbhāvam. a transitory state (of mind or body, opp. to sthāyi-bh-[q.v.], and said to be thirty-four in number, viz. nirveda-, glāni-, śaṅkā-, asūyā-, mada-, śrama-, ālasya-, dainya-, cintā-, moha-, smṛti-, dhṛti-, vrīḍā-, capalatā-, harṣa-, āvega-, jaḍatā-, garva-, viṣāda-, autsukya-, nidrā-, apasmāra-, supta-, vibodha-, amarṣa-, avahitthā-, ugratā-, mati-, upālambha-, vyādhi-, unmāda-, maraṇa- trāsa-, vitrarka-qq. vv.) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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ālasya आलस्य a. Idle, slothful, apathetic. -स्यम् [अलसस्य भावः, ष्यञ्] 1 Idleness, sloth, want of energy; प्रमादालस्य- निद्राभिः Bg.14.8. शक्तस्य चाप्यनुत्साहः कर्मस्वालस्यमुच्यते Suśr.; आलस्यं हि मनुष्याणां शरीरस्थो महारिपुः Bh.2.86. आलस्य 'want of energy' is regarded as one of the 33 subordinate feelings (व्यभिचारि भाव; for example:- न तथा भूषयत्यङ्गं न तथा भाषते सखीम् । जृम्भते मुहुरासीना बाला गर्भभरालसा S. D.183.
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kāla m. due season, appointed or right time (for, d., g., lc., inf., --°ree;); time; oppor tunity; season; meal-time (of which there are two a day); half a day; hour; age, era; measure, prosody; Time, fate; death, god of death; --°ree;, at the right time; in time, gradually; parah kâlah, high time (w. inf.); kâlam kri, fix a time for (lc.); kâlam âsâdya, according to circumstances; in. kâlena, in due season; in course of time: -gakkhatâ, as time goes on, in course of time; dîrghena --, mahatâ -or bahunâ --, after a long time; kenakit --, after some time; tena --, at that time; ab. kâlât, in the long run, in course of time; kâlatas, id.; with regard to time; g. dîrghasya or mahatah kâlasya, after a long time; kasya kit --, after some time; lc. kâlé, at the right or appointed time, opportunely; in time=gra dually; -prâpte, when the time has come; -gakkhati, in course of time; -yâte, after the lapse of some time; kasmims kit --, one day; kâle kâle, always at the right time; shashthe --, at the end of the third day: --&zip;hnah, at the sixth hour of the day, i. e. at noon; pañ- kasate --, =after 250 days; ubhau kâlau, morning and evening.
nidrāntarita pp. fallen asleep; -½andha, a. blinded with sleep; -½alasa, a. drowsy, sleepy, sluggardly; -½âlasya, n. sleepi ness, sloth.
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akṣitaṃ vyacyamānaṃ salilasya pṛṣṭhe # AVP.5.40.8b. See vyacyamānaṃ.
agne tailasya prāśāna # AVś.1.7.2c. See next but two.
agne taulasya prāśān # AVP.4.4.2c. See prec. but two.
aśvaṃ jajñānaṃ sarirasya (MS. salilasya) madhye # VS.13.42b; TS.4.2.10.1b; MS.2.7.17b: 102.2; KS.16.17b; śB.7.5.2.18.
aher iva sarpaṇaṃ śākalasya # AB.3.43.5c; JB.1.258c.
ājā khelasya paritakmyāyām # RV.1.116.15b.
itthaṃ phalasya vṛkṣasya # AVś.20.136.9c; śś.12.24.2.6c.
ud balasyābhi nas (read balasyābhinas) tvacam # Mś.9.4.1.19b. See ud valasyābhinat.
ud valasyābhinat (but all mss. -nas) tvacam # Apś.22.15.11b. See ud balasyābhi.
upamaṅkṣyati syā (śś. -maṅkṣye 'haṃ) salilasya madhye # śB.13.7.1.15; śś.16.16.3c. See nimaṅkṣye.
godhūmasya tilasya ca # AVP.9.11.12b.
catasro nāvo jaṭhalasya juṣṭāḥ # RV.1.182.6c.
caros tvā pañcabilasya yantrāya dhartrāya (MS. pañcabilasya dhartrāya; KS. pañcabilasya dhartrāyā-) gṛhṇāmi # TS.1.6.1.2; MS.1.4.4: 52.3; 1.4.9: 57.12; KS.5.6; 32.6. P: caros tvā pañcabilasya Apś.2.7.9.
tat saṃbhalasya kambale # AVś.14.2.66c.
tapasi krāntaṃ salilasya pṛṣṭhe # AVś.10.7.38b.
tāni kalpad brahmacārī salilasya pṛṣṭhe # AVś.11.5.26a.
tvaṃ valasya (Aś. balasya) gomataḥ # RV.1.11.5a; SV.2.601a; JB.3.234,236,238a; Aś.10.2.22.
tvaṃ balasya etc. # see tvaṃ valasya.
nimaṅkṣye 'haṃ salilasya madhye # AB.8.21.10c. See upamaṅkṣyati.
prapīnam (Mś. var. lect. prapītam) agne sarirasya (Mś.VārG. salilasya) madhye # VS.17.87b; KS.40.6b; Mś.6.2.6.20b; VārG.1.31b. See prapyātam.
bṛhaspatir anumṛśyā valasya # RV.10.68.5c; AVś.20.16.5c.
bṛhaspatir govapuṣo valasya # RV.10.68.9c; AVś.20.16.9c.
bhinad valasya paridhīṃr iva tritaḥ # RV.1.52.5d; MS.4.12.3d: 185.5.
madhye khalasya nirmitaḥ # AVP.11.10.4c.
yadā valasya pīyato jasuṃ bhet # RV.10.68.6a; AVś.20.16.6a.
yad yuyujre kilāsyaḥ # RV.5.53.1c.
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adharma-śīlasya of one who is engaged in irreligionSB 3.5.3
ailasya of PurūravāSB 9.15.1
ailasya of Mahārāja AilaSB 12.12.25-26
akhilasya of the entire universeSB 3.28.23
ālasya indolenceBG 14.8
ālasya lazinessBG 18.39
ālasyam slothMM 10
ananta-balasya for Him whose strength is immeasurableSB 10.16.7
asya khalasya of this envious demonSB 10.12.28
ati-svapna-śīlasya of one who dreams too much in sleepCC Antya 8.67-68
lasya of the boySB 1.5.29
māyā-balasya of the omnipotentSB 2.7.41
lasya while the boySB 4.9.26
lasya of the boySB 6.14.50-51
lasya a childSB 7.2.7-8
lasya of a childSB 7.6.29-30
lasya of a little childSB 7.9.19
lasya of the childSB 10.6.19
lasya of the childSB 10.6.21
lasya of a small boy like KṛṣṇaSB 10.11.5
lasya KṛṣṇaSB 10.11.55
balasya of Lord BalarāmaSB 10.15.34
ananta-balasya for Him whose strength is immeasurableSB 10.16.7
balasya of the armySB 10.42.26-27
lasya of the childSB 10.55.6
balasya of Lord BalarāmaSB 10.65.33
balasya upari on top of Lord BalarāmaSB 10.67.23
balasya of Lord BalarāmaSB 10.79.33
māyā-balasya who has multi-energiesCC Madhya 21.13
bhū-golasya of the planetary system known as BhūgolakaSB 5.20.38
bhū-maṇḍalasya of the entire planet earthSB 9.19.23
brāhmaṇa-kulasya to the brāhmaṇas of the universeSB 5.22.15
bṛhadbalasya of BṛhadbalaSB 9.12.9
ku-cailasya who was poorly dressedSB 10.80.7
dharma-pālasya of Yamarāja, the maintainer of religious principlesSB 6.1.34-36
dharma-śīlasya who were strictly attached to religious principlesSB 10.1.2
duḥśīlasya having a bad characterSB 11.23.8
gokulasya of this place, GokulaSB 10.11.23
bhū-golasya of the planetary system known as BhūgolakaSB 5.20.38
gopālasya of the cowherdSB 10.54.22
ilvalasya of IlvalaSB 10.78.38
jalasya of waterCC Adi 3.104
lasya of the supreme law of the AlmightySB 1.8.4
lasya of eternal timeSB 1.14.3
lasya of eternal timeSB 2.8.13
lasya of timeSB 2.10.47
lasya of the eternal timeSB 3.11.17
lasya of timeSB 3.29.4
lasya of timeSB 3.32.37
lasya of formidable TimeSB 4.27.19
lasya of timeSB 5.24.24
lasya of timeSB 7.7.16
lasya time having passedSB 9.3.11
lasya of timeSB 10.71.8
lasya of the force of timeSB 11.6.14
lasya of timeSB 12.3.17
lasya of timeSB 12.4.38
lasya because of timeSB 12.8.43
lasya of timeSB 12.12.10
kamalasya like a lotus flowerSB 5.16.7
kapilasya of Lord KapilaSB 2.7.3
kapilasya of Lord KapilaSB 3.33.1
kapilasya of KapilaSB 3.33.36
kapilasya Kapila, the son of DevahūtiSB 8.1.6
kapilasya Lord KapilaSB 12.12.13
kevalasya who is pure spiritSB 12.11.2-3
asya khalasya of this envious demonSB 10.12.28
ku-cailasya who was poorly dressedSB 10.80.7
kulasya for the familyBG 1.41
yadu-kulasya of the dynasty of King YaduSB 1.15.32
brāhmaṇa-kulasya to the brāhmaṇas of the universeSB 5.22.15
kulasya dynasty (of the descendants of Yadu)SB 10.48.24
yadu-kulasya the Yadu dynastySB 11.1.4
kulasya of the dynastySB 11.6.31
kulasya of the familySB 11.6.34
sva-kulasya of His own familySB 12.12.42-43
lasya who has pastimesCC Madhya 20.180
loka-pālasya of the great demigod KuveraSB 10.10.20-22
bhū-maṇḍalasya of the entire planet earthSB 9.19.23
māyā-balasya of the omnipotentSB 2.7.41
māyā-balasya who has multi-energiesCC Madhya 21.13
dharma-pālasya of Yamarāja, the maintainer of religious principlesSB 6.1.34-36
loka-pālasya of the great demigod KuveraSB 10.10.20-22
parimalasya whose fragranceCC Madhya 20.180
phalasya of the fruitSB 11.28.42
salilasya of the reservoir of watersSB 2.8.5
salilasya of the waterSB 3.18.8
śamalasya who was sinfulSB 10.16.32
svapna-śīlasya of one who sleepsBG 6.16
adharma-śīlasya of one who is engaged in irreligionSB 3.5.3
dharma-śīlasya who were strictly attached to religious principlesSB 10.1.2
ati-svapna-śīlasya of one who dreams too much in sleepCC Antya 8.67-68
śiśupālasya for ŚiśupālaSB 10.78.1-2
subalasya of King SubalaSB 1.13.30
sva-kulasya of His own familySB 12.12.42-43
svapna-śīlasya of one who sleepsBG 6.16
ati-svapna-śīlasya of one who dreams too much in sleepCC Antya 8.67-68
tamālasya of a tamāla treeCC Antya 1.146
balasya upari on top of Lord BalarāmaSB 10.67.23
viphalasya which is fruitlessSB 11.4.11
yadu-kulasya of the dynasty of King YaduSB 1.15.32
yadu-kulasya the Yadu dynastySB 11.1.4
 

ālasya

debility, lassitude, indolence.

mohālasyam

swooning.

Wordnet Search
"lasya" has 6 results.

lasya

nirudyogin, nirudyoga, anudyoga, alasa, ālasya, ālasyaśīla, manda, manthara, mandara, anudyogaśīla, udyogadveṣin, udyogavimukha, manākkara, kuṇṭha, jaḍa, śīta, tandrālu, mandagati   

yaḥ karmaśīlaḥ nāsti।

nirudyoginaḥ vyakteḥ jīvanaṃ kāṭhinyena paripūrṇam।

lasya

mandaḥ, tundaparimṛjaḥ, ālasyaḥ, śītakaḥ, anuṣṇaḥ, śītalaḥ, kuṇṭhaḥ, mukhanirīkṣakaḥ, anāśuḥ   

avaśyakartavyeṣu apravṛttiśīlaḥ।

mandaḥ kimapi na prāpnoti।

lasya

ālasyam, tandrā, kausīdyam, mandatā, māndyam, kāryapradveṣaḥ   

śramagarbhādyaiḥ jāḍyam।

ālasyāt kāryasya pūrtatā na jātā।

lasya

nirālasya, analasa   

ālasyahīnaḥ।

nirālasyaḥ puruṣaḥ saphalībhavati।

lasya

pāṇḍavanakulasya ullekhaḥ vivaraṇapustikāyām asti   

pāṇḍavanakula ।

ekaḥ kaviḥ

lasya

timiṅgilasya ullekhaḥ mahābhārate asti   

timiṃgila ।

ekaḥ rājaputraḥ

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