pratidaṇḍa प्रतिदण्ड

Definition: a. (counter to the rod), refractory; -darsa, m. sight; -darsana, n. beholding, perceiving; appearing; sight, appearance; -dâtavya, fp. to be restored; -dâna, n. giving or present in return;-dâ pya, fp. to be forced to be restored; -dinam, ad. every day, daily, day by day; -divasam, ad. id.; -disam, ad. in every quarter or di rection, all round; -d&isharp;van, m. adversary at play; -dúh, (nm. -dhuk), milk fresh from the cow; -dûta, m. return messenger; -drís, a. (or práti-), similar; -drisam, ad. in or for every eye; -drishtânta, m. counter instance: -sama, m. irrelevant objection by adducing a counter instance which ignores one's oppo nent's example; -deya, fp. to be restored; -devatam, ad. for every deity; -devatâ, f. corresponding deity; -desam, ad. in every country; -deham, ad. in every body; -dai vatam, ad. for every deity; -dvandva, m.adversary, rival; -dvandvin, m. id.; --°ree; = rivalling; -dvandvî-bhû, become an adversary; -dvâdasan, a. pl. twelve each; -dvâram, ac., -dvâri, lc. ad. at every door or gate; -dvirada, m. hostile elephant; -dvî pam, every part of the world.

Dictionary: Macdonell
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