अप्रतिहत a. 1 Not obstructed or impeded, irresistible; ˚हतान् पुत्रान् K.62; अस्मद्गृहे ˚गतिः Pt.1 free to move; तोयस्येवाप्रतिहतरयः U.3.36; जृम्भतामप्रतिहतप्रसरमार्यस्य क्रोध- ज्योतिः Ve.1. -2 Unimpaired, unmarred, unrepulsed, unaffected, at home in every respect; सा बुद्धिरप्रतिहता Bh.2.4; Pt.5.26; so ˚चित्त, ˚ मनस्. -3 Not disappointed. -4. A kind of deity; अपराजित-अप्रतिहत-जयन्त- वैजयन्त-कोष्ठकान्...पुरमध्ये कारयेत् Kau.A.2.4. -Comp. -नेत्र a. of unimpaired eyes. (-त्रः) N. of a Buddhist deity.
a. hostilely dis posed; -hata-raya, a. whose current is im peded by (--°ree;); -hati, f. blow; rebound; -hantavya, fp. to be opposed; -hantri, m. warder off, preventer; -hartrí, m.withdrawer; destroyer; remover, preventer; a kind of priest, assistant of the Udgâtri; -harsha, m. expression of joy; -harshana, a. causing joy in return; -hasta, m. (person at one's hand), substitute, deputy, proxy: -ka,m. substitute, -tva, n. deputyship; -hastin, m. keeper of a brothel.
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