Alphabetical Dictionary

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akīrtif3ill-fame; disgrace
atasind3from this; than this; hence; henceforth; from that time; from this or that cause or reason
atyantaadj1beyond the proper end or limit; excessive; very great; very strong; endless; unbroken; perpetual; absolute; perfect
atraind4in this matter; in this respect; in this place; here at this time; there; then
adaspron3jener; yonder
adṛṣṭaadj1unseen; unforeseen; invisible; not experienced; unobserved; unknown; unsanctioned
adravyan1a nothing; a worthless thing; [medic.] not a dravya = e.g. the mental disposition of the patient
adhikārinm1superintendent; governor; an official; rightful claimant; man
anugrāhinadj1gracious; favourable
anuśāsanan1instruction; direction; command; precept
apākṛ8. P.1to remove; to drive away; to cast off; to reject; to desist from; to select for a present; to reject (an opinion)
abhāvam1non-existence; nullity; absence; non-entity; negation (the seventh category in Kaṇāda's system); proof from non-existence (one of the six pramāṇas in Vedānta phil.)
arocakinadj3suffering from want of appetite or indigestion; [rhetoric] having a fastidious or cultivated taste
arthamn8aim; purpose; cause; motive; reason; advantage; use; utility (generally named with kāma and dharma); thing; object (said of the membrum virile); object of the senses; the number five; substance; wealth; property; opulence; money; (in astron.) name of the second mansion; the mansion of wealth; affair; concern; (in law) lawsuit; action; havi
arthavatadj1wealthy; full of sense; significant; suitable to the object; fitting; full of reality; real
alaṃkāram10the act of decorating; ornament; decoration; [rhetoric] an ornament of the sense or the sound; [rhet.] a trope
alaṃkāravatadj1possessing Alaṃkāras
alaṃkṛtif1ornament; rhetorical ornament
avivekinadj2not separated; undistinguished; uniform; undiscriminating; ignorant; (said of a country) destitute of men that can discriminate
avivecanāfn1want of judgment; non-ability to distinguish (colors etc.)