n. (later form of roman-q.v) the hair on the body of men and animals (especially short hair, wool etc.;not so properly applicable to the long hair of the head or beard, nor to the mane and tail of animals) etc.
लोमन् n. [लू-मनिन् Uṇ.4.164] 1 The hair on the body of men or animals; see रोमन्. -Comp. -अञ्चः = 1 रोमाञ्चः q. v. -2 wool, down. -3 a tail. -अदः a species of parasitic worm. -आलिः, -ली, -आवलिः, -ली, -राजिः f. a line of hair from the breast to the navel; see रोमावली &c. -कर्णः a hare. -कीटः a louse. -कूपः, -गर्तः, -रन्ध्रम्, -विवरम् a pore of the skin. -घ्नम् morbid baldness. -पादः N. of a king of the Aṅgas; अपत्यकृतिकां राज्ञे लोमपादाय यां ददौ U.1.4 (v. l.). -मणिः an amulet made of hair. -वाहिन् a. 1 feathered; अच्छिनच्छरवर्षेण महता लोमवाहिना Mb.1.12.27. -2 hairy. -3 sharp. -विष a. with poison in hair (as tiger and other creatures). -शातनम् depilatory (removing the hair of the body). -संहर्षण a. thrilling, causing horripilation. -सारः an emerald. -हर्ष, -हर्षण, -हर्षिन् see रोमहर्ष &c. -हृत् m. yellow orpiment. -हारिन् 1 see लोमवाहिन. -2 gathering all in order (अनुलोमसंग्रही); Mb.1.14.89.
पुलोमन् m. N. of a demon, the father-in-law of Indra; पुलोमानं जघानाजौ जामाता सन् शतक्रतुः Hariv. -Comp. -अरिः, -जित्, -भिद्, -द्विष् m. epithets of Indra. -जा, -पुत्री Śachī, daughter of Puloman and wife of Indra.
noun (neuter) carrying off by the right channels (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
due regulation (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
purging (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
sending or putting in the right direction (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
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