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Devanagari
BrahmiEXPERIMENTAL
avayajP. A1. -y/ajati- (Imper. 2. sg. P. -yaja-and A1. -yakṣva-; Potential -yajeta-) Ved. to offer a sacrifice for satisfying the claims of, to get rid of or remove by means of a sacrifice View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
prayajP. A1. -yajati-, te- (infinitive mood -y/ajadhyai-), to worship, sacrifice to (accusative) ; to offer the prayāja- sacrifice (see below) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
tyaj cl.1. jati- (metrically also te-; perfect tense Ved. tity/āja-,Class. tat- ; tatyaja- ; future tyakṣyati- ; tyajiṣy- ; Aorist atyāhṣīt-; infinitive mood tyaktum-) to leave, abandon, quit etc. ; to leave a place, go away from etc. ; to let go, dismiss, discharge ; to give up, surrender, resign, part from, renounce etc. (tanum-or deham-or kalevaram-,"to abandon the body, die" etc.; prāṇān-or śvāsam-or jīvitam-,"to give up breath or life, risk or lose one's life" etc.) ; P. A1. to shun, avoid, get rid of, free one's self from (any passion etc.) etc. ; to give away, distribute, offer (as a sacrifice or oblation to a deity; tyajate-etymologically = ) etc. ; to set aside, leave unnoticed, disregard ; (ind.p. tyaktvā-) to except ; Passive voice tyajyate-, to be abandoned by, get rid of (instrumental case) : Causal tyājayati- (Aorist atityajat- ) to cause anyone to quit ; to cause anyone to give up ; to expel, turn out, ; to cause any one to lose, deprive of (instrumental case) ; to empty the body by evacuations : Desiderative tityakṣati-, to be about to lose (one's life, prāṇān-) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
yaj cl.1 P. A1. () y/ajati-, te- (1. sg. yajase- ; Vedic or Veda imperative y/akṣi-or ṣva-; perfect tense iyāja- ; īj/e- ; yej/e-[?] confer, compare on ; Vedic or Veda Aorist ayākṣīt-or ayāṭ-; ayaṣṭa-; subjunctive yakṣat-, yakṣati-, te-;3. sg. ayakṣata- ; preceding ijyāt- ; yakṣīya- ; future yaṣṭā- ; yakṣyati-, y/ate- etc.; infinitive mood y/aṣṭum-, ījitum- ; Vedic or Veda ṭave-; y/ajadhyai-or yaj/adhyai-; past participle iṣṭa- ind.p. iṣṭv/ā- ; iṣṭvīnam- ; -ijya- grammar; y/ājam- ), to worship, adore, honour (especially with sacrifice or oblations) ; to consecrate, hallow, offer (with accusative,rarely dative case locative case or prati-,of the deity or person to whom; dative case of the person for whom, or the thing for which;and instrumental case of the means by which the sacrifice is performed;in older language generally P.of agni- or any other mediator, and A1.of one who makes an offering on his own account confer, compare y/aja-māna-;later properly P.when used with reference to the officiating priest, and A1.when referring to the institutor of the sacrifice) etc. ; to offer id est to present, grant, yield, bestow ; (A1.) to sacrifice with a view to (accusative) ; to invite to sacrifice by the yājyā- verses : Passive voice ijyate- (parasmE-pada Vedic or Veda ijyamāna-or yajyamāna- on ; Epic also pr. p. ijyat-), to be sacrificed or worshipped etc.: Causal yāj/ayati- (Epic also te-; Aorist ayīyajat-), to assist any one (accusative) as a priest at a sacrifice (instrumental case) ; to cause any one (accusative) to sacrifice anything (accusative) or by means of any one (instrumental case) : Desiderative y/iyakṣati-, te- (confer, compare /iyakṣati-), to desire to sacrifice or worship : Intensive yāyajyate-, yāyajīti-, yāyaṣṭi- [ confer, compare Zend yaz; Greek ,.]








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