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ācamana: neuter vocative singular stem: ācamana
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upasparśaḥ2.7.38MasculineSingularācamanam
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ācamanan. sipping water from the palm of the hand (before religious ceremonies, before meals, etc.) for purification etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
ācamanan. ([it is not the custom to spit the water out again;the ceremony is often followed by touching the body in various parts]) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
ācamanan. the water used for that ceremony View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
ācamanakan. a vessel for ā-camana- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
madhuparkācamanan. the tasting of the madhu--parka. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
śaucācamanavidhim. Name of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vaiṣṇavācamanan. sipping water three times in the worship of viṣṇu- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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ācamana n. sipping water; rinsing the mouth; water for rinsing the mouth (also î, f.); î-ya, n. water for rinsing the mouth.
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ācamana washing of the mouth and handsCC Antya 11.89
ācamana washing the mouthCC Madhya 11.210
CC Madhya 14.43
CC Madhya 15.8
ācamana washing the mouth and other parts of the bodyCC Madhya 24.331
ācamana washing waterCC Madhya 4.80
ācamana diyā when offering ācamana (water for washing the feet and mouth)CC Madhya 4.65
ācamana diyā when offering ācamana (water for washing the feet and mouth)CC Madhya 4.65
ācamana kailā washing His hands and mouthCC Antya 6.94
ācamana kailā washing His hands and mouthCC Antya 6.94
ācamana kaile when he had washed his hands and mouthCC Antya 8.14
ācamana kaile when he had washed his hands and mouthCC Antya 8.14
ācamana karāilā made them wash their hands, feet and mouthsCC Madhya 6.46
ācamana karāilā made them wash their hands, feet and mouthsCC Madhya 6.46
ācamana karāñā providing water for Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu to wash His mouth, hands and legsCC Madhya 15.254
ācamana karāñā providing water for Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu to wash His mouth, hands and legsCC Madhya 15.254
ācamanam purifying the hands with waterSB 11.17.34-35
SB 11.18.36
ācamanam water for washing the hands and mouthSB 6.19.15
ācamanam water for washing the Lord's mouthSB 11.27.43
śauca-ācamana-ādīn practice of cleanliness, washing of the mouth, legs and hands, etc.SB 5.9.4
karāila ācamana washed Their hands and mouthCC Madhya 3.102
kailā ācamana washed their mouths and handsCC Antya 6.119
kailā ācamana washed Their hands and mouthsCC Antya 6.120
kari' ācamana after washing His hands and mouthCC Antya 12.52
kailā ācamana performed washing of the hands and mouthCC Antya 12.140
dattvā ācamanam giving water to wash the hands and mouthSB 8.16.41
śauca-ācamana-ādīn practice of cleanliness, washing of the mouth, legs and hands, etc.SB 5.9.4
asnāna-anācamana-aśauca-keśa-ulluñcana-ādīni concocted religious principles such as no bathing, no washing of the mouth, being unclean and plucking out the hairSB 5.6.10
asnāna-anācamana-aśauca-keśa-ulluñcana-ādīni concocted religious principles such as no bathing, no washing of the mouth, being unclean and plucking out the hairSB 5.6.10
asnāna-anācamana-aśauca-keśa-ulluñcana-ādīni concocted religious principles such as no bathing, no washing of the mouth, being unclean and plucking out the hairSB 5.6.10
asnāna-anācamana-aśauca-keśa-ulluñcana-ādīni concocted religious principles such as no bathing, no washing of the mouth, being unclean and plucking out the hairSB 5.6.10
dattvā ācamanam giving water to wash the hands and mouthSB 8.16.41
kailā ācamana washed their mouths and handsCC Antya 6.119
kailā ācamana washed Their hands and mouthsCC Antya 6.120
kailā ācamana performed washing of the hands and mouthCC Antya 12.140
karāila ācamana washed Their hands and mouthCC Madhya 3.102
kari' ācamana after washing His hands and mouthCC Antya 12.52
asnāna-anācamana-aśauca-keśa-ulluñcana-ādīni concocted religious principles such as no bathing, no washing of the mouth, being unclean and plucking out the hairSB 5.6.10
śauca-ācamana-ādīn practice of cleanliness, washing of the mouth, legs and hands, etc.SB 5.9.4
asnāna-anācamana-aśauca-keśa-ulluñcana-ādīni concocted religious principles such as no bathing, no washing of the mouth, being unclean and plucking out the hairSB 5.6.10
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ācamana noun (neuter) sipping water from the palm of the hand (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

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ācamana

sipping water from the palm of the hand.

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ācamana

ācamanam, upasparśaḥ, ācamaḥ, śucipraṇīḥ   

vaidyakarmārambhāt pūrvaṃ vāratrayajalapānānantaraṃ yathākramāṣṭāṅgasparśarūpaśuddhijanakakriyā।

purohitaḥ mantrapaṭhanena ācamanaṃ kartuṃ uktaḥ।









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