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āprīP. (-prīṇāti- ; Aorist subjunctive 2. sg. -pipr/ayas- ) to satisfy, conciliate, propitiate, please ; to address or invoke with the āprī- (See below) verses : A1. (imperfect tense āprīṇīta-) to amuse one's self, be delighted or pleased View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
āprīf. gaining one's favour, conciliation, propitiation View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
āprīf. plural (-pr/iyas-[ ] and -pryas-[ nārāyaṇa-]) Name of particular invocations spoken previous to the offering of oblations (according to they are different in different schools; exempli gratia, 'for example' s/amiddho agn/ir- ,in the school of śunaka-; juṣ/asva naḥ- ,in that of vasiṣṭha-; s/amiddho ady/a- ,in that of others; nārāyaṇa- on this passage gives ten hymns belonging to different schools;See also on [ s/usamiddho na /ā vaha-,the āprī--hymn of the school of kaṇva-] , who enumerates twelve āprī-s and explains that twelve deities are propitiated;those deities are personified objects belonging to the fire-sacrifice, viz. the fuel, the sacred grass, the enclosure, etc., all regarded as different forms of agni-;hence the objects are also called āprī-s, or, according to others, the objects are the real āprī-s, whence the hymns received their names) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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āprī आप्री f. [आप्रीणात्यनया आ-प्री-ड-गौरा˚ ङीष्] Ved. 1 Conciliation, propitiation, gaining one's favour. -2 (pl.) 'Propitiatory verses', a name given to certain invocations addressed to several deified objects in consecutive order, and said to be introductory to the animal sacrifice; some take the Apris to represent the objects themselves, the verses being consequently called Apri verses. The objects invoked are 12:- Susamiddha, Tanūnapāt, Narāśaṁsa, the divine being bearing invocations to the gods, Barhis, the doors of the sacrificial chamber, night and dawn the two divine beings protecting the sacrifice, the three goddesses Ilā, Sarasvatī, and Mahī, Tvaṣṭṛi, Vanaspati and Svāhā, (all these being regarded by Sāyaṇa to be different forms of Agni); स एता आप्रीरपश्यत्ताभिर्वै स मुखत आत्मानमा- प्रीणीत; cf. also Max Muller's Hist. Anc. Lit. pp. 463-466.
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āprī f. pl. (propitiation) N. of cer tain hymns to Agni in the RV.: -sûkta, n. Âprî-hymn.
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āprī verb (class 9 parasmaipada) to address or invoke with the verses (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
to conciliate (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
to please (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
to propitiate (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
to satisfy (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

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vinodaya, ānand, parisaṃkrīḍ, prakrīḍ, līlāya, vilobhaya, āprī   

cittasya prasādanānukūlaḥ vyāpāraḥ।

naṭaiḥ melake vayam vyanodayāma।

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