Alphabetical Dictionary

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aind7[gramm.] the sound a; eh bien!; (ibc., negating particle); [gramm.] the root han; [gramm.] a taddhita affix
akṛṣṭaadj1unploughed; untilled; not drawn
akṣam1a die for gambling; a cube; a seed of which rosaries are made; Eleocarpus Ganitrus; a weight called karṣa; Beleric Myrobalan; Terminalia bellerica Roxb.; a name of the number; berry
akṣatamn1a eunuch; unhusked barley-corns; a kind of disease
akṣaraadj1imperishable; unalterable
akṣaran2the syllable om; a vowel; a sound; a word; name of Brahma; final beatitude; sacrifice; water; Achyranthes Aspera; religious austerity; a syllable
agāramn2house; apartment
agnim66fire; sacrificial fire (of three kinds); the number three; the god of fire; the fire of the stomach; digestive faculty; gastric fluid; bile; gold; name of various plants; mystical substitute for the letter r; Semicarpus Anacardium; Plumbago Zeylanica and Rosea; Citrus Acida; [alchemy] the doṣa called vahni
agnikuṇḍan2a pan with live coals; a hole or enclosed space for the consecrated fire
agnihotran7oblation to Agni (chiefly of milk); the sacred fire; Agnihotra[-Milch]
agnihomam1oblation put into the fire
agnyādheyan2placing the fire on the sacrificial fire-place; the ceremony of preparing the three sacred fires
agran6foremost point or part; tip; front; uppermost part; top; summit; surface; point; sharpness; the nearest end; the beginning; the climax or best part; goal; aim; multitude; a weight equal to a pala; a measure of food given as alms; the sun's amplitude; Blume (eines Getr¦nks, d.h. erster Schluck)
aghamarṣaṇan3name of a particular Vedic hymn; [rel.] a kind of penance
aghamarṣaṇam1name of the author of that prayer
aṅgan3a limb of the body; a limb; member; the body; a subordinate division or department; the number six; name of the chief sacred texts of the Jainas; a limb or subdivision of Mantra or counsel (said to be five); any subdivision; a supplement; (in Gr.) the base of a word; anything inferior or secondary; anything immaterial or unessential; (in r
aṅgavidyāf1knowledge of lucky or unlucky marks on the body; Chiromantia
aṅgāramn1charcoal; ember
aṅgulamn4a finger; the thumb; a finger's breadth; (in astron.) a digit; name of the sage Cāṇakya
aṅgulimf3a finger; a toe; the thumb; the great toe; the finger-like tip of an elephant's trunk; the measure aṅgula; a kind of plant