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budhasānum. equals parna- or equals yajña-puruṣa-
parṇam. the leaf of Asa Foetida (?) ([According to pṝ-.but more probably fr. a pṛ-, originally spṛ-; confer, compare Lithuanian sparna; HGerm.varn,Farn; Anglo-Saxon fearn; English fern.]) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
śuṣdrying up, parching (See parna-śuṣ-). View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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damayantī दमयन्ती 1 N. of the daughter of Bhīma, king of the Vidarbhas. [She was so called because by her matchless beauty she subdued the pride of all lovely women; cf. N.2.18 :-- भुवनत्रयसुभ्रुवामसौ दमयन्ती कमनीयतामदम् । उदियाय यतस्तनुश्रिया दमयन्तीति ततो$भिधां दधौ ॥ A golden swan first described to her the beauty and virtues of king Nala, and through him she communicated her love to Nala. Afterwards at the Svayaṁvara she chose Nala for her husband from out of a host of competitors among whom were the four gods Indra, Agni, Yama, and Varuṇa themselves, and the lovely pair spent some years very happily. But their happiness was not destined to last long. Kali, envious of the good fortune of Nala, entered his body, and induced him to play at dice with his brother Puskara. In the heat of the play the infatuated monarch staked and lost everything except himself and his wife. Nala and Damayantī were, therefore, driven out of the kingdom, 'clad in a single garment'. While wandering through the wilderness, Damayantī had to pass through several trying adventures, but her devotion to her husband remained entirely unshaken. One day while she was asleep, Nala in the frenzy of despair abandoned her, and she was obliged to go to her father's house. After some time she was united with her husband, and they passed the rest of their lives in the undisturbed enjoyment of happiness. See Nala and Ṛituparna also.] -2 N. of a flowering plant (Mar. मोगरी).
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ayukchada m. (odd-leaved, i. e. seven-leaved) a tree (sapta-parna).
ṛtukāla m. properseason; period of the menses; the days immediately following suitable for conception; -gush, a. f. be ing in the days favourable for conception; -th&asharp;, ad. regularly; -páti,m. lord of seasons; duly; exactly; -parna, m. N. of a king of Ayodhyâ; -mát, a. observing regular sea sons: -î, f. marriageable; being at the period suitable for conception; -râga, m. spring; -li&ndot;ga, n. characteristic mark of a season; -sás, ad. duly; -samhâra, m. collection of the seasons: T. of a poem by Kâlidâsa; -samaya, m. time favourable for conception; -snâtâ, pp. f. having bathed after menstrua tion, prepared for sexual intercourse.
tilakārṣika a. cultivating sesamum; -khalî, f. oil-cake of sesamum; -grâma, m. N. of a village; -kûrna, n. pounded sesamum seeds; -taila, n. sesamum oil; -dvâ dasî, f. a certain twelfth day; -parna, -parn ika, n. sandal-wood; -parnî, f. sandal tree (Pterocarpus santalinus); -pîda, m. oil grinder; -pushpa, n. sesamum blossom=the nose.
trisatya n. triple oath; -samdhya, n. the three diurnal junctures (sunrise, noon, sunset): -m, ad. at the time of the three Sam dhyâs; a. relating to the three Samdhyâs; -savana, a. & n.=tri-shavana; -sâdhana, a. produced or conditioned by three things; (í) suparna: -ka, m. n. N. of the verses RV. X, cxiv, 3-5; a. conversant with these verses; -stana, a. (î) three-breasted; -sthâna, a. having three places; -srotas, f. ep. of the Ganges (triple-flowing).
parṇa n. [taking across, wafting: √ 2. pri] pinion, wing; feather (also of an arrow); leaf (--°ree;, a. â, î); betel-leaf; m. a tree with large leaves (Butea frondosa), in C. generally called palâsa; -krikkhra, m. a kind of penance; -puta, m. n. leaf rolled into a funnel shape; -vat, a. abounding in leaves; -vîtikâ, f. areca nut wrapped with spices in a betel-leaf; -sabda, m. rustling of leaves; -sara, m. stalk of the Parna-leaf; -sâlâ, f. arbour.
bahula a. thick, compact; broad; dense (darkness); wide, ample, capacious, extensive, large; abundant, copious, numerous, much; abounding in, full of, attended or accompanied by (in. or --°ree;): -m,ad. often; m. dark half of a month; N.: -tâ, f. abundance of (--°ree;); -tva, n. id. (--°ree;); multiplicity, multitude; -parna, a. many-leaved; -palâsa, a. id.
bāhuka a.--°ree;=bâhu, arm; a. dwarfish; m. N.; N. assumed by Nala when charioteer of Rituparna.
bhāṅgāsuri m. son of Bha&ndot;gâ sura, pat. of Rituparna.
vinaṭana n. moving or going to and fro; -nata, pp. (√ nam) bowed etc.; m. N.: â, f. N. of a daughter of Daksha, wife of Kasyapa, and mother of Suparna, Garu da, Aruna, etc.: -tanayâ, f.daughter of Vinatâ, met. of Sumati, -suta, m. son of Vinatâ, Garuda, etc.; -nati, f. obeisance, bow, to (lc.); -nada, m. cry; -nadin, a. roaring, thundering; -namana, n. bending (tr.) down; -namra, a. bent down, stooping, drooping; with bowed head; submissive, humble.
vidhvaṃsa m. collapse; ruin, de struction; injury; violation (of a woman): -ka, m. violater (of a woman); -dhvamsana, a. ruining, destroying; n. destruction; vio lation (of a woman); -dhvamsin, a.perish ing; ruining, destroying; violating (a woman): -î, f. a kind of spell; -dhvasta-tâ, f. de struction, ruin; -dhvasta-parna-kamala, a. having lotuses the leaves of which have fallen.
viśyāparṇa a. conducted with out the Syâparnas (sacrifice); -srabdha, pp. (√ srambh) confident: °ree;-or -m, ad. confi dently, unhesitatingly; -srama, m. rest, re laxation; -sramana, n.resting, relaxation; -srambha, m. cessation (rare); confidence, in (lc., --°ree;, rarely g.); familiarity, intimacy: -m kri, gain the confidence of (g.): ab. or °ree;--, confidentially; kasmai visrambham katha yâmi, whom shall I make a confidant of? -kathâ, f. confidential or familiar conversa tion, -kathita, (pp.) n. pl. id.; -srambhana, n. confidence; gaining the confidence of (--°ree;); -srambhanîya, fp. inspiring any one (g.) with confidence;-srambha-tâ, f. confidence; -srambha-bhritya, m. confidential servant; -srambha-samkathâ, f. familiar or confiden tial conversation; -srambha½âlâpa, m. id.; -srambhin, a. trusting, placing confidence in (--°ree;); enjoying confidence; confidential (conversation); (ví)-sravas, a. famous; m. N. of a Rishi, son of Pulastya and father of Kubera, Râvana, etc.; -srânana, n. be stowal, gift, of (g., --°ree;); sacrifice of (life); -srânta, pp.(√ sram) rested etc.; -srânti, f. rest, repose, relaxation; cessation, end (rare): -bhûmi, f. means of relaxation; -srâma, m. rest, repose, relaxation (ord. mg.); heaving sigh after exertion; resting-place (rare); cessation, relaxation, abatement: -bhû, f. resting-place, -vesman, n. resting-chamber, -sthâna, n. resting-place of a person=means of recreation; -srâva, m. noise; renown.
a. 1. (v&isharp;) eager for (g.; RV.1); 2. set in motion by (--°ree; in parna-, wings); 3. covered with (--°ree; in hiranya-, gold); 4. = vi, bird (in takva-v&isharp;, bird of prey); 5.=vi, ad. °ree;-in some compounds.
vṛkṣa m. [that which is felled: √ vrik =√ vrask] tree; plant (rare); tree bearing visible flowers and fruit (rare, C.); trunk of a tree (rare): (a)-ka, m. little tree; (á)-kesa, a. wooded (RV.1); -ghata, m. N. of an Agra hâra; -kkhâyâ, f. shadow of a tree; -ga, a. made of wood, wooden; -traya, n. three trees; -tva, n. notion of &open;tree&close;; -devatâ, f. tree-divinity, dryad; -niryâsa, m. exudation from trees, gum, resin; -parna, n. leaf of a tree; -maya, a. (î) made of wood, wooden; -mûla, n. root of a tree: -tâ, f. sleeping on the roots of trees (of ascetics); -râg, m. king of trees, Indian fig-tree; -vâtikâ, f. grove of trees; -sâkhâ,f. branch of a tree; -sâyikâ, f. squirrel; -samkata, n. forest-thicket; -sar p&isharp;, f. tree-serpent (AV.1); -½agra, n. top of a tree; -½adana, m. (eating into a tree), car penter's chisel; -½adhirûdhi, f. spreading of a tree(from below upwards); kind of em brace; -½ârohana, n. climbing a tree.
śada m. falling off (in parna-sadá, fall of leaves); produce (of a country; S.).
śyāparṇa m. N.: pl. his descendants (V.): î-ya, a. belonging to the Syâparnas (Br.).
saptanavata a. ninety-seventh; -pattra, a. seven-leaved; yoked with seven horses; m. a tree (Alstonia scholaris; = -kkhada); (á)-pad, a. (-î) taking seven steps (with which an alliance or marriage is con cluded); concluded, confirmed; (á)-pada, a. taking seven steps (with which an alliance or marriage is concluded); consisting of seven Pâdas: î, f. seven steps: -karana, n. ratification of a marriage by the seven steps taken by the bride; -parna, m. (seven leaved) a tree (Alstonia scholaris = -kkhada); -palâsa, a. consisting of seven leaves; -bha&ndot; g&ibrevcirc;-naya, m. method of the seven formulas beginning with &open;perhaps&close; (syât) in the scep tical dialectics of the Jains; -bhûmika, a. id.
sarvakarman n. pl. all kinds of works, rites, or occupations; 1. -kâma, m. pl. all kinds of desires; 2. (á)-kâma, a. wish ing everything; fulfilling all wishes; possess ing everything wished for; m. N. of a son of Rituparna; -kâmika, a. fulfilling all wishes; obtaining all one's desires; -kâmin, a. id.; -kâlam, ad. at all times, always (w. na, never); -kâle, lc. id.; -kâla-mitra, n. friend at all times; -kâsham, abs. w.√ kash, ex haust completely; -kshaya, m. destruction of the universe; -ga, a. all-pervading, omni present; -gana, m. the whole throng; a. (sárva- or sarvá-) having or forming a com plete company (V.); -gata, pp. all-pervading, universally prevalent; omnipresent: papra- kkha½anâmayam sarvagatam, he asked after their universal health=whether they were well in every respect: -tva, n. universal dif fusion, omnipresence; -gandha-vaha, a. wafting perfumes of all kinds; -gâtra, n. pl. all limbs; -guna, m. pl. all excellences; -grâsam, abs. w. √ gras, devour entirely; -m-kasha, a. wearing out entirely, exceed ingly cruel; all-pervading: â, f. T. of Mal linâtha's commentary on the Sisupâla-va dha; -karu, m. N. (Br.); -gana, m. every one; -ganîna, a. relating or belonging to every one; -git, a. all-conquering; -gña, a. all-knowing, omniscient (gods or men, esp. ministers and philosophers); m. N.; -gña-tâ, f., -gña-tva, n. omniscience; -gña-nârâya- na, m. N. of a scholar; -gña-mitra, m. N., -gñam-manya, a. considering oneself omni scient: -tâ, f. abst. n.; -gñâna-maya, a.containing all knowledge.
saśyāparṇa a. attended by the Syâparnas (sacrifice, Br.); -sraddha, a. frank; -srî-ka, a. lovely, beautiful; pros perous, affluent: -tâ, f., -tva, n. beauty; -slâgham, ad. with self-importance, pomp ously; -svâsa, a. breathing, living (death).
sauparṇa a. relating or belonging to, derived from, resembling, the hawk etc.; n. the Suparna hymn (V.): -vrata, n. kind of ascetic observance (S.).
hiraṇya n. [√ 3. hri] V., C.: bul lion (opp. suvarna), gold, precious metal (in C. also=coined gold); V.: gold implement or ornament; gold piece or coin (in Br. gnly. w. suvárna, by way of distinction from other metals); a. golden (C., rare); m. N. of a king of Cashmere (C.): -ka, m. N. of a mouse-king; -kasipú, m. golden carpet, seat adorned with gold (V.); a. (hí-) having a golden carpet; m. N. of a Daitya slain by Vishnu in the form of Narasimha; -kula, m. N. of a king; (hí-)-kesa, a. (&isharp;) golden haired, golden-maned; -kesin, m. N. of an author of Grihya-sûtras; -garbhá, m. womb or embryo of gold; N. of a cosmogonic power, esp. of the personal Brahman; in Vedânta, N. of intellect conditioned by the aggregate; N.; N. of a flamingo; -gupta, m. N.; (hí-)-kakra, a. having golden wheels (RV.1); -da, a. giving gold; -datta, m. N.; (hí-)-dant, m. gold-toothed (RV.1); m. N. of a Baida (Br.); -d&asharp;, a. giving gold; -nâbha, m. N. of various men; (hí-)-parna, V. a. golden-winged; golden-leaved; (hí-)-pâni, a. golden-handed; -pâtrá, n. golden vessel or dish; -pura, n. N. of a city of the Asuras situated beyond the ocean and suspended in the air; N. of a town in Cashmere; (hí-) bâhu, a. golden-armed; m. ep. of the river Sone (v. r. -vâha).
harva a. short, little, small; short of stature; low (entrance); insignificant; weak (voice); less by (ab.); short (vowel; gr.); m. short vowel: -ka, a. very short or small; -tâ, f. shortness (of stature); -tva, n. shortness (of a vowel); -bâhu, a. (f. id.) short-armed; m. assumed N. of Nala while in the service of Rituparna; -½a&ndot;ga, a. short bodied, small of stature.
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suparṇa-ākhyaḥ named Suparṇa, or GaruḍaSB 12.11.19
puṣpārṇam PuṣpārṇaSB 4.13.12
puṣpārṇasya of PuṣpārṇaSB 4.13.13
ṛtūparṇaḥ a son named ṛtūparṇaSB 9.9.16-17
suparṇa-ākhyaḥ named Suparṇa, or GaruḍaSB 12.11.19
suparṇaḥ SuparṇaSB 5.20.3-4
suparṇāḥ the SuparṇasSB 8.18.9-10
tat-sutam his son (the son of ṛtūparṇa)SB 9.9.16-17
tat-sutam his son (the son of ṛtūparṇa)SB 9.9.16-17








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