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WordPOSFrequencyMeanings
akaraṇan1absence of action; not being produced
akāmaadj1without desire or wish; unintentional; reluctant; (in Gr.) the Sandhi which causes the dropping of a final ᆴMDBOᆵ~rᆴIV1ᆵᆴMDNMᆵ before a succeeding ᆴMDBOᆵ~rᆴIV1ᆵᆴMDNMᆵ; unwilling
akāryan1criminal action
akurvāṇaadj1not doing; not acting
akratuadj1destitute of energy or power; foolish; free from desire; powerless
akriyāf1inactivity; neglect of duty
akriyaadj1without works; inactive; abstaining from religious rites; impious
akṣacaraṇam3name of the philosopher Gautama
akṣaran1the syllable om; a vowel; a sound; a word; name of Brahma; final beatitude; sacrifice; water; Achyranthes Aspera; religious austerity; a syllable
agnim1fire; 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
agnīṣomīyaadj1
agrahaṇan1
agreind1first; in presence of
aṅkuramn2a sprout; shoot; blade; a swelling; a tumour; a hair; blood; water
aṅgan4a 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
acetanaadj8without consciousness; inanimate; unconscious; insensible; senseless; fainting
ajihāsitaadj1
ajñātumind1
ajñānan3non-cognizance; ignorance; (in philosophy) spiritual ignorance; Prakṛti; Māyā; Illusion
añjanan1act of applying an ointment or pigment; embellishing; black pigment or collyrium applied to the eyelashes or the inner coat of the eyelids; a special kind of this pigment; antimony; extract of Ammonium; Xanthorrhiza; paint; magic ointment; ink; night; (in rhetoric) making clear the meaning of an equivocal expression; double entendre or pun