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bhakṣitaḥMasculineSingularglastam, annam, khāditam, liptam, bhuktam, grastam, abhyavahṛtam, gilitam, carvitam, aśitam, jagdham, psātam, pratyasitam
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gilamfn. (= 2. gira-) in fine compositi or 'at the end of a compound' "swallowing" See a-saṃsūhta-gil/a-, timiṃ-- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
gilam. the citron tree View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
gilagilamfn. swallowing Va1rtt. 7 View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
gilagilamfn. see timiṃ--. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
gilagrāham. a crocodile View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
gilanan. swallowing View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
gilatmfn. (pr. p. 2. gṝ-) swallowing
gilāyum. hard tumour in the throat View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
gilif. = giri-2 View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
gilitamfn. (equals girita-) swallowed View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
giloḍya(see gal-, gāl-) the bulb of a small variety of the Nymphaea View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
asaṃsūktagilamfn. swallowing without chewing (as rudra-'s dogs) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
asaṃsūktagila according to to some ="swallowing without pronouncing a blessing." . View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
bhāṅgilam. or n. (?) , Name of a place View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
bhāṅgileyam. Name of a man (or mfn."coming from bhāṅgila-"?) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
durgilāf. Name of a woman View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
gāṅgilāf. Name of a woman View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
kurupiśaṅgilamf(ā-)n.? View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
gilam. Name of a man View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
gilāf. Name of a woman View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
piśaṅgilamf(-)n. reddish View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarvagilamfn. all-swallowing View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarvagilam. Name of a minister View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
timiṃgilam. ( Va1rtt. 7)"id." , a large fabulous fish View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
timiṃgilam. Name of a prince View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
timiṃgilagilam. ( Va1rtt.7 ) " timiṃgīla- -swallower", a large fabulous fish View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
timiṃgilāśanam. plural "eating timiṃgīla-s", Name of a people View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
timitimiṃgilam. a large fabulous fish View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vaidyanāthagāḍagilam. Name of author View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vegilam. Name of a man View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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gil गिल् 6 P. (गिलति, गिलित) To swallow; (properly speaking, this is not a separate root, but is connected with गॄ).
gila गिल a. [गिल्-क] Who or what swallows or devours; e. g. तिमिङ्गिलगिलो$प्यस्ति तद्गिलोप्यस्ति राघवः; see तिमिङ्गिल. -लः 1 The citron tree. -2 A crocodile in the Ganges. -Comp. -गिलः, -ग्राहः a crocodile, shark.
gilanam गिलनम् गिलिः f. Swallowing, eating up.
gilat गिलत् *** a. Swallowing; गिलन्त्य इव चाङ्गानि Bhāg. 1.13.31.
gilāyuḥ गिलायुः A hard tumour in the throat.
gili गिलि (रि) त a. Eaten, swallowed.
timiṅgilaḥ तिमिङ्गिलः A kind of fish which swallows a timi; सो$यं तुङ्गतिमिङ्गिलाङ्गकवलीकारक्रियाकोविदः Bv.1.55. ˚अशनः, ˚गिलः very large fish which swallows even a timiṅgila; तिमिङ्गिलगिलो$प्यस्ति तद्गिलो$प्यस्ति राघवः cf. Bv.1.55.
piśaṅgilā पिशङ्गिला Bell-metal.
bhaṅgilam भङ्गिलम् A defect in the organs of sense.
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348 results
     
gilantyaḥ swallowing themSB 10.13.31
gile swallowCC Madhya 13.142
gilibe will devourCC Madhya 20.134
gilitam and swallowedSB 12.6.70
ājñā māgilā begged permissionCC Madhya 7.56
ājñā māgilā he asked permissionCC Antya 4.232
ājñā bhāńgile when one breaks the orderCC Antya 10.8
ājñā māgila asked for permissionCC Antya 13.22
ājñā māgilā asked permissionCC Antya 13.42
ājñā māgilā asked permissionCC Antya 13.66
ājñā māgilā begged for permission to leaveCC Antya 19.17
ālińgilā embracedCC Madhya 7.140
ālińgilā embracedCC Madhya 10.48
rūpe ālińgilā embraced Rūpa GosvāmīCC Antya 1.48
ālińgilā embracedCC Antya 4.17
ālińgila he embracedCC Antya 6.205
gilā āmāre have you begged from meCC Madhya 24.248
śrī-ańge lāgila smeared the bodyCC Antya 4.133
ānite lāgila began to bringCC Madhya 24.266
loka āsite lāgila people began to pour inCC Madhya 25.173
āsite lāgila began to pour inCC Antya 6.54
balite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 3.239
balite lāgila began to sayCC Antya 6.277
balite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 9.129
balite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 13.55
bhāńgila has brokenCC Adi 17.204
bhāńgila was brokenCC Madhya 2.19
bhāńgilā You brokeCC Madhya 7.20
bhāńgila has brokenCC Antya 19.51
dhanuka bhāńgile if I break my bowCC Madhya 24.257
ājñā bhāńgile when one breaks the orderCC Antya 10.8
bhikṣā māgila requested lunchCC Madhya 17.181
upala-bhoga lāgile when there is an offering of food known as upala-bhogaCC Madhya 15.6
bhramite lāgilā began to tourCC Antya 3.148
cāpite lāgilā began to pressCC Antya 9.83
gilā cāpite began to pressCC Antya 10.98
cintite lāgila began to thinkCC Antya 7.120
cintite lāgilā they began to feel anxietyCC Antya 14.63
cuṣite lāgila began to lickCC Antya 13.75
dekhite lāgilā began to seeCC Antya 6.78
dhanuka bhāńgile if I break my bowCC Madhya 24.257
dui vatsara lāgila He took two yearsCC Madhya 16.84
gilā gāite began to singCC Madhya 3.121
gāite lāgila began to singCC Madhya 13.112
gāite lāgilā began to chantCC Antya 10.58
gosāñi jāgilā Mādhavendra Purī awokeCC Madhya 4.162
ha-ite lāgilā began to take placeCC Madhya 14.62
hāsite lāgilā began to laughCC Madhya 15.251
hāsite lāgilā began to smileCC Madhya 17.43
hāsite lāgilā began to smileCC Madhya 18.218
hāsite lāgilā began to laughCC Antya 6.71
hāsite lāgilā began to laughCC Antya 19.22
ha-ite lāgilā began to take placeCC Madhya 14.62
gosāñi jāgilā Mādhavendra Purī awokeCC Madhya 4.162
gilā got up from the bedCC Madhya 6.220
gile when He awokeCC Antya 14.21
kahite lāgila began to sayCC Madhya 3.61
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Madhya 4.47
kahite lāgila began to speakCC Madhya 5.54
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Madhya 6.55
kahite lāgila began to sayCC Madhya 12.60
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Madhya 14.184
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Madhya 15.290
kahite lāgilā began to sayCC Madhya 16.255
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Madhya 17.115
kahite lāgila began to speakCC Madhya 17.181
kahite lāgila began to speakCC Madhya 18.91
kahite lāgilā began to sayCC Madhya 18.215
kahite lāgilā began to sayCC Madhya 20.4
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 1.65
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 1.83
gilā kahite began to speakCC Antya 1.103-104
gilā kahite He began to praiseCC Antya 1.106
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 2.76
kahite lāgilā began to sayCC Antya 3.10
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 3.111
kahite lāgilā began to sayCC Antya 3.154
kahite lāgila began to speakCC Antya 3.247
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 4.19
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 4.54
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 4.128
gilā kahite began to speakCC Antya 4.150
kahite lāgila began to describeCC Antya 5.12
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 5.34
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 5.57
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 5.63
kahite lāgila began to sayCC Antya 6.31
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 6.138
kahite lāgila began to sayCC Antya 6.222
kahite lāgilā began to sayCC Antya 6.321
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 7.6
gilā kahite began to describeCC Antya 11.50
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 12.26
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 12.46-47
kahite lāgilā began to sayCC Antya 12.130
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 14.28
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 14.76
kahite lāgila began to speakCC Antya 14.104
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 18.111
kāma-timińgile the transcendental Cupid in the form of timińgila fishCC Madhya 13.142
kāndite lāgila began to cryCC Madhya 10.66
kāńdite lāgila began to cryCC Antya 6.29
kāndite lāgilā began to cryCC Antya 12.21
kāndite lāgilā began to cryCC Antya 13.115
kāndite lāgilā began to cryCC Antya 14.98
kāńpite lāgila began to trembleCC Madhya 18.166
karite lāgilā began to observeCC Adi 15.10
sevā karite lāgilā began to worshipCC Antya 6.298
karite lāgilā began to performCC Antya 7.77
nindā karite lāgila began to criticizeCC Antya 8.14
karite lāgilā began to explainCC Antya 17.32
karite lāgilā began to feelCC Antya 18.34
karite lāgilā began to doCC Antya 19.34
khāite lāgilā began to eatCC Antya 6.84
lagila beganCC Adi 7.40
gilā as it grewCC Adi 9.26
gilā beganCC Adi 12.46
gilā beganCC Adi 14.25
gilā beganCC Adi 14.49
gilā beganCC Adi 14.68
karite lāgilā began to observeCC Adi 15.10
gila beganCC Adi 16.9
gilā beganCC Adi 16.36
gila beganCC Adi 16.98
gila beganCC Adi 17.77
gila beganCC Adi 17.80
gila beganCC Adi 17.101
gilā beganCC Adi 17.104
gila beganCC Adi 17.107
gilā beganCC Adi 17.121
gila beganCC Adi 17.125
gilā beganCC Adi 17.132
gilā beganCC Adi 17.216
gila beganCC Adi 17.248
gilā beganCC Madhya 1.68
gila beganCC Madhya 1.168
gila beganCC Madhya 1.175
gilā beganCC Madhya 2.57
kahite lāgila began to sayCC Madhya 3.61
gilā beganCC Madhya 3.78
gila touchedCC Madhya 3.96
gilā gāite began to singCC Madhya 3.121
gilā beganCC Madhya 3.140
gila beganCC Madhya 3.180
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Madhya 4.47
gila beganCC Madhya 4.98
gila was placedCC Madhya 4.119
gila beganCC Madhya 5.32
gila beganCC Madhya 5.48
kahite lāgila began to speakCC Madhya 5.54
gilā beganCC Madhya 5.144
gilā beganCC Madhya 5.152
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Madhya 6.55
gilā beganCC Madhya 6.77
gilā beganCC Madhya 6.229
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Madhya 6.259
gilā beganCC Madhya 7.140
gilā beganCC Madhya 8.29
gila became fixedCC Madhya 9.36
gilā beganCC Madhya 9.47
gilā beganCC Madhya 10.38
kāndite lāgila began to cryCC Madhya 10.66
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Madhya 10.118
gilā beganCC Madhya 10.121
gila beganCC Madhya 11.44
gilā beganCC Madhya 11.155
sādhite lāgilā began to solicitCC Madhya 12.40
kahite lāgila began to sayCC Madhya 12.60
gilā beganCC Madhya 12.131
gila beganCC Madhya 12.188
gāite lāgila began to singCC Madhya 13.112
gilā beganCC Madhya 13.180
gilā beganCC Madhya 13.192
gilā beganCC Madhya 14.39
gilā engagedCC Madhya 14.49
ha-ite lāgilā began to take placeCC Madhya 14.62
gilā beganCC Madhya 14.100
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Madhya 14.184
phirāite lāgilā began to wheel it aroundCC Madhya 15.23
gilā beganCC Madhya 15.164
hāsite lāgilā began to laughCC Madhya 15.251
nācite lāgilā began to danceCC Madhya 15.278
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Madhya 15.290
dui vatsara lāgila He took two yearsCC Madhya 16.84
kahite lāgilā began to sayCC Madhya 16.255
gila touchedCC Madhya 17.28
gila beganCC Madhya 17.29
nācite lāgila began to danceCC Madhya 17.40
hāsite lāgilā began to smileCC Madhya 17.43
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Madhya 17.115
nācite lāgila began to danceCC Madhya 17.174
kahite lāgila began to speakCC Madhya 17.181
kahite lāgila began to speakCC Madhya 18.91
māgha-māsa lāgila the month of Māgha has begunCC Madhya 18.145
kāńpite lāgila began to trembleCC Madhya 18.166
kahite lāgilā began to sayCC Madhya 18.215
hāsite lāgilā began to smileCC Madhya 18.218
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Madhya 19.73
nācite lāgila began to danceCC Madhya 19.80
gila beganCC Madhya 19.81
kahite lāgilā began to sayCC Madhya 20.4
gila mana attracted the mindCC Madhya 21.135
ānite lāgila began to bringCC Madhya 24.266
nācite lāgilā began to danceCC Madhya 25.62
puchite lāgila began to inquireCC Madhya 25.87
loka āsite lāgila people began to pour inCC Madhya 25.173
gilā likhite he began to writeCC Antya 1.36
nācite lāgilā began to danceCC Antya 1.64
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 1.65
gilā beganCC Antya 1.81
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 1.83
nācite lāgilā he began to danceCC Antya 1.100
gilā kahite began to speakCC Antya 1.103-104
gilā kahite He began to praiseCC Antya 1.106
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Antya 1.176
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 2.76
kahite lāgilā began to sayCC Antya 3.10
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 3.111
bhramite lāgilā began to tourCC Antya 3.148
kahite lāgilā began to sayCC Antya 3.154
gilā beganCC Antya 3.224
balite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 3.239
kahite lāgila began to speakCC Antya 3.247
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 4.19
gila touchedCC Antya 4.21
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 4.54
nā lāgila could not be usedCC Antya 4.98
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 4.128
śrī-ańge lāgila smeared the bodyCC Antya 4.133
gilā kahite began to speakCC Antya 4.150
gila has begunCC Antya 4.158
kahite lāgila began to describeCC Antya 5.12
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 5.34
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 5.57
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 5.63
nācite lāgilā began to danceCC Antya 5.67
kāńdite lāgila began to cryCC Antya 6.29
kahite lāgila began to sayCC Antya 6.31
āsite lāgila began to pour inCC Antya 6.54
hāsite lāgilā began to laughCC Antya 6.71
dekhite lāgilā began to seeCC Antya 6.78
khāite lāgilā began to eatCC Antya 6.84
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 6.138
kahite lāgila began to sayCC Antya 6.222
balite lāgila began to sayCC Antya 6.277
sevā karite lāgilā began to worshipCC Antya 6.298
kahite lāgilā began to sayCC Antya 6.321
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 7.6
karite lāgilā began to performCC Antya 7.77
cintite lāgila began to thinkCC Antya 7.120
nindā karite lāgila began to criticizeCC Antya 8.14
cāpite lāgilā began to pressCC Antya 9.83
balite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 9.129
gāite lāgilā began to chantCC Antya 10.58
gilā cāpite began to pressCC Antya 10.98
gilā kahite began to describeCC Antya 11.50
kāndite lāgilā began to cryCC Antya 12.21
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 12.26
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 12.46-47
kahite lāgilā began to sayCC Antya 12.130
balite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 13.55
cuṣite lāgila began to lickCC Antya 13.75
gilā beganCC Antya 13.78
gila touchedCC Antya 13.82
kāndite lāgilā began to cryCC Antya 13.115
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 14.28
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Antya 14.55
cintite lāgilā they began to feel anxietyCC Antya 14.63
gila contractedCC Antya 14.71
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 14.76
kāndite lāgilā began to cryCC Antya 14.98
kahite lāgila began to speakCC Antya 14.104
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Antya 15.62
nācite lāgilā began to danceCC Antya 15.85
gilā beganCC Antya 16.70
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Antya 16.116
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Antya 16.118
karite lāgilā began to explainCC Antya 17.32
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Antya 18.24
karite lāgilā began to feelCC Antya 18.34
gila contractedCC Antya 18.76
kahite lāgilā began to speakCC Antya 18.111
hāsite lāgilā began to laughCC Antya 19.22
karite lāgilā began to doCC Antya 19.34
gilā beganCC Antya 19.58
māgite lāgilā began to pray forCC Antya 20.27
upala-bhoga lāgile when there is an offering of food known as upala-bhogaCC Madhya 15.6
gilā likhite he began to writeCC Antya 1.36
loka āsite lāgila people began to pour inCC Madhya 25.173
māgha-māsa lāgila the month of Māgha has begunCC Madhya 18.145
gila requestedCC Adi 8.75
gila askedCC Adi 17.233
gilā beggedCC Madhya 7.54
ājñā māgilā begged permissionCC Madhya 7.56
vidāya māgilā begged farewellCC Madhya 8.296
gila He beggedCC Madhya 16.32
bhikṣā māgila requested lunchCC Madhya 17.181
gilā āmāre have you begged from meCC Madhya 24.248
ye māgila whatever he wantedCC Antya 2.58
ājñā māgilā he asked permissionCC Antya 4.232
gila demandedCC Antya 9.19
gilā beggedCC Antya 11.73
ājñā māgila asked for permissionCC Antya 13.22
ājñā māgilā asked permissionCC Antya 13.42
ājñā māgilā asked permissionCC Antya 13.66
vidāya māgilā asked permission to goCC Antya 16.30
ājñā māgilā begged for permission to leaveCC Antya 19.17
gile by beggingCC Antya 9.40
māgite lāgilā began to pray forCC Antya 20.27
gila mana attracted the mindCC Madhya 21.135
māgha-māsa lāgila the month of Māgha has begunCC Madhya 18.145
nā lāgila could not be usedCC Antya 4.98
nācite lāgilā began to danceCC Madhya 15.278
nācite lāgila began to danceCC Madhya 17.40
nācite lāgila began to danceCC Madhya 17.174
nācite lāgila began to danceCC Madhya 19.80
nācite lāgilā began to danceCC Madhya 25.62
nācite lāgilā began to danceCC Antya 1.64
nācite lāgilā he began to danceCC Antya 1.100
nācite lāgilā began to danceCC Antya 5.67
nācite lāgilā began to danceCC Antya 15.85
nindā karite lāgila began to criticizeCC Antya 8.14
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Madhya 6.259
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Madhya 10.118
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Madhya 19.73
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Antya 1.176
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Antya 14.55
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Antya 15.62
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Antya 16.116
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Antya 16.118
paḍite lāgilā began to reciteCC Antya 18.24
phirāite lāgilā began to wheel it aroundCC Madhya 15.23
puchite lāgila began to inquireCC Madhya 25.87
rūpe ālińgilā embraced Rūpa GosvāmīCC Antya 1.48
sādhite lāgilā began to solicitCC Madhya 12.40
sevā karite lāgilā began to worshipCC Antya 6.298
śrī-ańge lāgila smeared the bodyCC Antya 4.133
timińgila whales that can swallow whalesSB 8.7.18
timińgila whose timińgila fishSB 10.71.17
timińgilaiḥ on the backs of big fish known as timińgilasSB 8.10.10-12
timińgilaiḥ resembling great timińgila fish, which can easily eat large sharksSB 10.1.4
timińgilaiḥ and by the timińgila, a variety of huge fish that eats whalesSB 12.9.16
kāma-timińgile the transcendental Cupid in the form of timińgila fishCC Madhya 13.142
upala-bhoga lāgile when there is an offering of food known as upala-bhogaCC Madhya 15.6
dui vatsara lāgila He took two yearsCC Madhya 16.84
vidāya māgilā begged farewellCC Madhya 8.296
vidāya māgilā asked permission to goCC Antya 16.30
ye māgila whatever he wantedCC Antya 2.58
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gila noun (masculine) the citron tree (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 51329/72933
giloḍya noun (masculine) a kind of bulbous plant (growing during prāvṛṣ)
Frequency rank 51331/72933
gilāyu noun (masculine) [medic.] a hard tumor in the throat (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 21208/72933
gilāyuka noun (masculine) [medic.] name of a disease of the throat
Frequency rank 51330/72933
utpaṅgila adjective
Frequency rank 47186/72933
timiṅgila noun (masculine) a kind of fish (==(?) timaṅgala)
Frequency rank 10661/72933
timiṅgilagila noun (masculine) a kind of large fish
Frequency rank 53550/72933
timitimiṃgila noun (masculine) a large fabulous fish (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 35385/72933
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gil

kumbhīraḥ, nakraḥ, kumbhīlaḥ, gilagrāhaḥ, mahābalaḥ, vārbhaṭaḥ, ambakirātaḥ, ambukaṇṭakaḥ   

jalajantuviśeṣaḥ;

jale kumbhīrāt rakṣatu। /

gardabhatvantu saṃprāpyadaśavarṣāṇi jīvati। saṃvatsarantu kumbhīrastato jāyeta mānavaḥ।।

gil

timiṅgalaḥ, timiṅgilaḥ   

samudrasthaḥ bṛhat stanapāyī jantuḥ yasya ākāraḥ matsyavat bhavati।

carmaṇaḥ asthnaḥ ca kṛte kriyate timiṅgalasya ākheṭanam।

gil

gilāyuḥ   

rogaviśeṣaḥ yasmin kaṇṭhe granthiḥ jāyate।

śastrakriyayā eva gilāyoḥ upāyaḥ iti vaidyaḥ uktavān।

gil

kāragilamaṇḍalam   

bhāratasya kaśmīre vartamānaṃ maṇḍalam।

kāragilamaṇḍalasya mukhyālayaḥ kāragilanagare asti।

gil

kāragilanagaram   

bhāratasya kaśmīre vartamānaṃ nagaram।

kāragilanagare asyāḥ udyogasaṃsthāyāḥ kāryesya hāniḥ jātā।

gil

garaṇam, nigaraṇam, gilanam   

garasya kriyā।

ekasya maṇḍūkasya garaṇasya anantaraṃ sarpaḥ anyaṃ maṇḍūkaṃ saṅgṛhṇāti।

gil

vegilaḥ   

ekaḥ puruṣaḥ ।

vegilasya varṇanaṃ kathāsaritsāgare asti

gil

vaidyanāthagāḍagilaḥ   

ekaḥ lekhakaḥ ।

vaidyanāthagāḍagilasya ullekhaḥ vivaraṇapustikāyām asti

gil

sarvagilaḥ   

ekaḥ mantri ।

sarvagilasya ullekhaḥ campaka-śreṣṭhi-kathānake asti

gil

gāṅgilā   

ekā mahilā ।

gāṅgilāyāḥ varṇanaṃ hemacandrasya pariśiṣṭaparvaṇi prāpyate

gil

gilaḥ   

ekaḥ puruṣaḥ ।

nāgilasya ullekhaḥ śatruñjaya-māhātmye asti

gil

gilā   

ekā strī ।

nāgilāyāḥ ullekhaḥ hemacandrasya pariśiṣṭaparva ityasmin granthe asti

gil

gilā   

ekā strī ।

nāgilāyāḥ ullekhaḥ hemacandrasya pariśiṣṭaparva ityasmin granthe asti

gil

timiṅgilasya ullekhaḥ mahābhārate asti   

timiṃgila ।

ekaḥ rājaputraḥ









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