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pitā: masculine nominative singular stem: pitṛ
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pitā Nominal verb of pitṛ- in compound View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāmaham. a paternal grandfather etc. etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāmaham. Name of brahmā- etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāmaham. of several authors View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāmaham. plural the Pitris or ancestors View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāmahasaṃhitāf. Name of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāmahasarasn. Name of a place of pilgrimage (also hasya saraḥ-) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāmahasmṛtif. Name of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāmahīf. a paternal grandmother View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāputram. dual number father and son etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāputram. plural father and sons View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāputrasamāgamam. Name of a sūtra- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāputravirodham. a contest between father and sons View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāputrīyamfn. relating to father and sons (with sampradāna- n.transmission of bodily capacities and powers from father to sons) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāputrīyamfn. containing the words pitṛ- and putra- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāsumatisaṃvādam. Name of chapter of View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
ādipitāmaham. Name (also title or epithet) of brahmā-, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anukampitātmanmfn. having a compassionate spirit. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atipitāmaham. surpassing his own paternal grandfather View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
bahupralāpitāf. () equals -bhāṣin-, ṣi--. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
citrārpitārambhamfn. idem or 'mfn. (citrair arp- )' View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
jyotiḥpitāmaham. brahmā- considered as the grandfather of astronomy View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
kalpitāf. a kind of allegory View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
kūpepitācakam. a frog in a well, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
kupitāntakam. imminent death View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
lapitāf. Name of a śārṅgikā- (a kind of bird) with which mandapāla- is said to have allied himself View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
lokapitāmaham. "progenitor of the world, great forefather of mankind", Name of brahmā- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nandagopitāf. Name of a plant (equals rāsnā-) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pitāyanim. the son or offspring of a barber View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pradhūpitāf. (with or scilicet diś-) the quarter to which the sun is proceeding View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pradhūpitāf. a woman in trouble or affliction View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
prakalpitāf. a kind of riddle View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pralāpitāf. amorous conversation or prattle View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
prapitāmaham. a paternal great-grandfather View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
prapitāmaham. (mah/a-) etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
prapitāmaham. Name of kṛṣṇa- and brahmā- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
prapitāmaham. plural great-grandfathers, ancestors View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
prapitāmahīf. a paternal great-grandmother View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
prasavāpitāf. delivered View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pūrvapitāmaham. a forefather, ancestor View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
puṣpitāf. a menstruous woman View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
puṣpitāgramfn. covered at the extremities with flowers or blossoms View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
puṣpitāgrāf. Name of a metre. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
puṣpitākṣamfn. having spots (albugo) on the eye View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
puṣpitākṣitvan. (l) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
saṃsarpitāf. saṃsarpin
sarvabhūtapitāmaham.,"grandfather of all beings", Name of brahmā-
sarvalokapitāmaham. "progenitor of all creatures", Name of brahmā- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
ṣaṭpitāputrakam. a kind of time (in music) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
śrapitāf. rice-gruel View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
śukapitāmaham. "grandfather of śuka-", Name of the sage parāśara- (father of vyāsa-) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
upadhūpitāf. (scilicet diś-) = the next. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vṛddhaprapitāmaham. idem or 'm. a paternal great-grandfather ' (others"a great-grandfather's father") View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vṛddhaprapitāmahīf. a paternal great-grandmother View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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pitāmahaḥ पितामहः (-ही f.) 1 A paternal grand-father. -2 An epithet of Brahman. -हाः (pl.) The Manes; सन्तापयति चैतस्य पूर्वप्रेतान् पितामहान् Mb.14.2.2.
pitāyaniḥ नापितायनिः The son of a barber; P.IV.1.158.
prapitāmahaḥ प्रपितामहः 1 A paternal great-grandfather. -2 An epithet of Kṛiṣṇa; प्रजापतिस्त्वं प्रपितामहश्च Bg.11.39. -3 Of Brahman. -4 Of the Supreme Spirit. -ही A paternal great-grandmother; पितामही च स्वेनैव स्वेनैव प्रपितामही Dāyabhāga.
pralāpitā प्रलापिता Amorous conversation or prattle.
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pitāputra m. du. and °ree;--, father and son; -mahá, m. paternal grandfather; ep. of Brahma: pl. ancestors, Manes (esp. remote ones); -mahî, f. maternal grand mother.
akopitā f. evenness of temper.
kalpitārgha a. to whom an offering of (--°ree;) has been made.
prapitāmaha m. great grandfather; also designation of Brahman and Krishna: pl. great-grandfathers, ances tors: î, f. paternal great-grandmother; -pi trivya, m. paternal grand-uncle; -pitvá, (V.) n. going away; flight, retreat; retired spot; evening; -pitsu, des. a. desirous of plunging into (lc.); wishing to enter upon a path (ac.); -pîdana, n. pressing, squeezing; means of squeezing tumours; -purâna, a.long kept, old; -pushpita, pp. covered with blossoms, flowering; -pûraka, a. (ikâ) fulfilling, satis fying; -pûrana, a. (î) filling up (oil) and increasing (love for anything); insertion in (lc. or --°ree;); drawing of a bow;embellishment of Indra's banner; -pûrya, ps. base of √ 1. pri, be thoroughly filled or satiated; be filled to the brim.
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pitāmaha Beside Tatāmaha, denotes from the Atharvaveda onwards the ‘paternal grandfather,’ apparently as a ‘father in a higher sense.’ The great-grandfather is Prapitāmaha and Pratatāmaha. It is significant that there are no corresponding Vedic words for maternal grandparents, and that the words used in the latter language, such as Mātāmaha, are imitations of the terms for paternal relations. In one passage of the Rigveda Delbruck suggests that make pitre means ‘ grandfather,’ a sense which would well suit the napātam, ‘grandson,’ following, but the sense of the whole passage is uncertain. We learn very little from the texts of the position of grandparents. No doubt they were entitled to marks of respect similar to those shown to parents, as the epic expressly testifies. A grandfather might easily be the head of the family, or be living with his eldest son, after he ceased to be able to control the family.The grandmother (Pitāmahī) is not mentioned in the extant Vedic literature.
pitāputra ‘Father and son,’ is a compound of rare occurrence.
pitāputrīya (‘Relating to father and son’), used with Sam- pradāna (‘handing over’) means the ceremony by which a father, when about to die, bequeathes his bodily and mental powers to his son. It is described in the Kausītaki Upanisad.
prapitāmaha ‘Great-grandfather,’ is found in the later Samhitās and the Brāhmaṇas.
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pitā vatsānāṃ patir aghnyānām AVś.9.4.2c,4a; TS.3.3.9.2a; MS.2.5.10a: 61.16; 4.2.10a: 33.17; KS.13.9a; ViDh.86.13. P: pitā vatsānām Mś.9.5.6.16.
pitā vaso yadi taj joṣayāse RV.5.3.10b.
pitā virājām ṛṣabho rayīṇām TB.2.8.8.9a. P: pitā virājām TB.3.12.1.1. See vatso virājo.
pitā sann abhavat putra eṣām AVś.19.53.4c; AVP.11.8.4c. Cf. yaḥ pitā sa.
pitā kuṭasya carṣaṇiḥ RV.1.46.4c; N.5.24c.
pitā ca tan no mahān yajatraḥ RV.7.52.3c.
pitā ca mātā ca AVś.5.13.7b; śś.8.19.1. See yas te mātā.
pitā janitur ucchiṣṭaḥ AVś.11.7.16a.
pitā tvaṣṭur ya uttaraḥ AVś.11.8.18b.
pitā devānāṃ viśvābhi dhāma RV.9.109.4b; SV.1.429b; 2.591b; JB.3.230.
pitā devānāṃ janitā matīnām AVś.13.3.19b.
pitā devānāṃ janitā vibhūvasuḥ (Apśṃś. vibhāv-) RV.9.86.10b; SV.2.381b; JB.3.135; Apś.20.13.4b; Mś.9.2.3.7b.
pitā devānāṃ janitā sudakṣaḥ RV.9.87.2c; SV.2.28c; JB.1.127c.
pitā devānām asuro vipaścit MS.4.14.14d: 239.12.
pitā no bodhi (TA. bodha) VS.37.20; śB.14.1.4.15; TA.4.7.4; 5.6.9; KA.2.113.
pitā no 'si VS.37.20; śB.14.1.4.15; TA.4.7.4; 10.5; 5.6.9; 8.12; KA.2.113.
pitā no 'si mama tat PB.1.5.6.
pitā pitāmaha uta yas tṛtīyaḥ AVP.5.40.4c.
pitā pitṛbhya ūtaye RV.2.5.1b.
pitā putraḥ pautro vaṣaṭ svāhā namaḥ TS.7.3.12.1; KSA.3.2.
pitā putraṃ na hastayoḥ RV.1.38.1b.
pitā putram iva priyam RV.10.22.3d; AVś.11.4.10b.
pitā putraṃ pra viveśā śacībhiḥ AVś.11.4.20d.
pitā putrasya jātasya AB.7.13.4c; śś.15.17c.
pitā putrāya lokakṛj jātavedaḥ JB.1.47c. See TA.6.1.4.
pitā putreṇa pitṛmān yoniyonau TB.3.12.9.7b; BDh.2.6.11.31b.
pitā putrebhyo yathā RV.7.32.26b; RVKh.1.50.2b; AVś.18.3.67b; 20.79.1b; SV.1.259b; 2.806b; TS.7.5.7.4b; KS.33.7b; JB.2.391b,392 (bis); TB.3.7.6.22b; Apś.4.15.1b.
pitā matīnām VS.37.14; śB.14.1.4.3; TA.4.7.4; 5.6.8; KA.2.112. See janitā matīnām.
pitā matīnām asamaṣṭakāvyaḥ RV.9.76.4d.
pitā mātariśvāchidrā padā dhāḥ (KS.Aś. dhāt) TS.5.6.8.6; KS.40.6; AB.2.38.6,7; Aś.5.9.1. Ps: pitā mātariśvāchidrā padā śś.7.9.1; pitā mātariśvā Apś.17.12.12.
pitā mātā ca dadhatur yad (Mś. nv) agre TS.1.5.10.1b; Aś.2.5.3b; Mś.1.6.3.9b.
pitā mātā ca bhuvanāni rakṣataḥ RV.1.160.2b.
pitā mātā ca rakṣatām avobhiḥ RV.1.185.10d.
pitā mātā bhrātara enam āhuḥ RV.10.34.4c.
pitā mātā madhuvacāḥ suhastā RV.5.43.2c.
pitā mātā viśvavidā sudaṃsasā RV.6.70.6b.
pitā mātā sadam in mānuṣāṇām RV.6.1.5d; MS.4.13.6d: 206.14; KS.18.20d; TB.3.6.10.2d.
pitā yajñānām asuro vipaścitām RV.3.3.4a.
pitā yat kaśyapasyāgniḥ SV.1.90c.
pitā yatra duhituḥ sekam ṛñjan RV.3.31.1c; N.3.4c.
pitā yat sīm abhi rūpair avāsayat RV.1.160.2d.
pitā yat svāṃ duhitaram adhiṣkan RV.10.61.7a.
pitāmahāḥ pitaraḥ prajopajā AVś.11.1.19c.
pitāmahāḥ prapitāmahāś cānugaiḥ saha TB.3.7.4.10d; Apś.1.7.13d.
pitāmahaitat te JG.2.2. Cf. etat te pitāmahāsau.
pitāmahān svadhā namas tarpayāmi BDh.2.5.10.1.
pitāmahebhyaḥ svadhāyibhyaḥ (TB.Apś. -vibhyaḥ) svadhā namaḥ VS.19.36; KS.38.2; śB.12.8.1.7; TB.2.6.3.2; Apś.1.9.9. Cf. svadhā pitā.
pitāmahedaṃ te arghyam AG.4.7.13.
pitāmahīḥ svadhā namas tarpayāmi BDh.2.5.10.1.
pitāputrau mātaraṃ muñca sarvān AVś.6.112.2d.
pitāsi pitā no bodhiṣīmahi tvā MS.4.9.6: 127.2.
adhyāpitā ye guruṃ nādriyante # VāDh.2.11a; N.2.4a. Cf. SaṃhitopaniṣadB.3 (comm.).
ayupitā yoniḥ # MS.1.1.2: 2.2; Mś.1.1.1.40,43. Cf. alubhitā.
arpitā ṣaṣṭir na calācalāsaḥ # RV.1.164.48d; N.4.27. See ṣaṣṭiś ca khīlā.
tvatpitāro agne devāḥ # TS.1.5.10.2a.
pitāṅgāni śuddhāni kuru # JG.1.11b. Cf. MG.1.21.7.
prakampitā mahī sarvā # RVKh.1.191.3c.
prapitāmahān bibharti pinvamānaḥ (TA. -mahaṃ bibharat pinvamāne) # AVś.18.4.35d; TA.6.6.1d. See svarge loke pinvamāno.
prapitāmahān (and -mahīḥ) svadhā namas tarpayāmi # BDh.2.5.10.1.
prapitāmahedaṃ te arghyam # AG.4.7.13.
prapitāmahebhyaḥ svadhāyibhyaḥ (TB.Apś. -vibhyaḥ) svadhā namaḥ # VS.19.36; KS.38.2; śB.12.8.1.7; TB.2.6.3.2; Apś.1.9.9.
prapitāmahaitat te # JG.2.2. Cf. etat te prapitāmahāsau.
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pitā (is) your fatherCC Adi 17.153
pitā a fatherSB 11.17.45
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pitā fatherBG 14.4
BG 9.17
CC Adi 10.30
CC Adi 13.60
CC Adi 2.32
CC Adi 2.33
CC Adi 2.34
CC Adi 2.41
CC Adi 3.94
CC Adi 4.65
CC Adi 6.82
CC Antya 6.178
CC Madhya 13.143
CC Madhya 13.150
CC Madhya 15.113
CC Madhya 15.114
CC Madhya 15.115
CC Madhya 15.116
CC Madhya 16.233
CC Madhya 5.27
SB 1.11.7
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pitā fatherSB 7.10.15-17
SB 7.10.18
SB 8.19.14
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SB 9.18.5
SB 9.24.27
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pitā his fatherCC Antya 6.36
CC Madhya 16.228
pitā just like my fatherCC Madhya 25.191
pitā my fatherSB 10.44.33
SB 10.83.18
SB 10.83.9
pitā of His fatherCC Adi 14.78
pitā the fatherBG 11.43
CC Madhya 15.291
SB 10.27.6
SB 3.13.42
SB 3.13.7
SB 4.20.31
SB 6.6.33-36
SB 6.7.29-30
SB 9.23.22
SB 9.6.32
pitā the father (Mahārāja Nābhi)SB 5.4.2
pitā the father of Lord Caitanya MahāprabhuCC Adi 17.294
pitā the father, HiraṇyakaśipuSB 7.4.44
pitā your fatherSB 4.3.24
pitā asmākam our fatherSB 8.13.15-16
pitā asmākam our fatherSB 8.13.15-16
pitā iva like a fatherBG 11.44
pitā iva like a fatherBG 11.44
pitā mātā father and motherCC Antya 6.130
pitā mātā father and motherCC Antya 6.130
pitā-jyeṭhā father and his elder brotherCC Antya 6.195
pitā-jyeṭhā father and his elder brotherCC Antya 6.195
pitā-maha-ādi or grandfather and othersSB 5.14.17
pitā-maha-ādi or grandfather and othersSB 5.14.17
pitā-maha-ādi or grandfather and othersSB 5.14.17
pitā-mahaḥ grandfatherSB 5.24.25
pitā-mahaḥ grandfatherSB 5.24.25
pitā-mahaḥ Lord BrahmāSB 8.6.27
pitā-mahaḥ Lord BrahmāSB 8.6.27
pitā-mahaḥ the grandfatherSB 4.11.6
pitā-mahaḥ the grandfatherSB 4.11.6
pitā-mātā both the parentsCC Adi 15.17
pitā-mātā both the parentsCC Adi 15.17
pitā-mātā father and motherCC Adi 15.19
pitā-mātā father and motherCC Adi 15.19
CC Adi 17.154
pitā-mātā father and motherCC Adi 17.154
CC Adi 3.12
pitā-mātā father and motherCC Adi 3.12
CC Madhya 16.244
pitā-mātā father and motherCC Madhya 16.244
pitā-mātā parentsCC Adi 4.271-272
pitā-mātā parentsCC Adi 4.271-272
pitā-mātā the father and motherCC Antya 13.118
pitā-mātā the father and motherCC Antya 13.118
pitā-mātāra of His parentsCC Adi 14.93
pitā-mātāra of His parentsCC Adi 14.93
pitā-mātāra of the father and motherCC Antya 13.117
pitā-mātāra of the father and motherCC Antya 13.117
pitā-mātāra of the parentsCC Adi 15.20
pitā-mātāra of the parentsCC Adi 15.20
pitā-mātāra mana the parents' mindsCC Adi 15.15
pitā-mātāra mana the parents' mindsCC Adi 15.15
pitā-mātāra mana the parents' mindsCC Adi 15.15
pitā-mātāya unto the parentsCC Adi 14.6
pitā-mātāya unto the parentsCC Adi 14.6
pitā-putrābhyām by Priyavrata and his father. Svāyambhuva ManuSB 5.1.9
pitā-putrābhyām by Priyavrata and his father. Svāyambhuva ManuSB 5.1.9
pitāmaha grandfatherSB 5.7.4
pitāmaha Lord BrahmāMM 14
pitāmaha of your grandfatherSB 4.12.2
SB 9.8.28
pitāmaha the grandfather, or BrahmāSB 1.12.23
pitāmaha-hite in doing good for his grandfather, Sagara MahārājaSB 9.8.14
pitāmaha-hite in doing good for his grandfather, Sagara MahārājaSB 9.8.14
pitāmahaḥ grandfatherBG 9.17
pitāmahāḥ grandfatherSB 10.88.6
pitāmahaḥ grandfatherSB 4.8.21
SB 8.22.8
pitāmahāḥ grandfathersBG 1.32-35
pitāmahāḥ grandfathers (Yudhiṣṭhira and his brothers)SB 11.31.26
pitāmahaḥ Lord BrahmāSB 4.30.46
pitāmahaḥ my grandfatherSB 8.22.10
pitāmahāḥ my grandfathers, the five Pāṇḍavas (Yudhiṣṭhira, Bhīma, Arjuna, Nakula and Sahadeva)SB 10.1.4
pitāmahaḥ the grandfatherBG 1.12
pitāmahaḥ your grandfatherSB 8.19.2
pitāmahaḥ tasya his grandfather, namely Prahlāda MahārājaSB 8.15.6
pitāmahaḥ tasya his grandfather, namely Prahlāda MahārājaSB 8.15.6
pitāmaham Lord BrahmāSB 11.31.5
pitāmahān grandfathersBG 1.26
pitāmahasya of the grandfatherSB 10.75.3
pitāmahena by his grandfather YuvanāśvaSB 9.7.1
pitāmahena by my grandfather, Lord BrahmāSB 8.16.58
pitāmahena by the grandfatherSB 1.17.43-44
pitāmahena api and by the grandfatherSB 6.4.11
pitāmahena api and by the grandfatherSB 6.4.11
pitāmahī grandmotherSB 9.24.52
pitāmahī the grandmotherSB 10.86.1
pitāra his father'sCC Adi 12.14
pitāra my fatherCC Madhya 5.59
pitāra of a fatherCC Adi 14.89
pitāra of my fatherCC Antya 6.27
pitāra of the fatherCC Madhya 5.19
CC Madhya 5.62
pitāra sambandhe in relationship to my fatherCC Madhya 6.54
pitāra sambandhe in relationship to my fatherCC Madhya 6.54
pitāra śikṣāte by the teaching of my fatherCC Madhya 24.242
pitāra śikṣāte by the teaching of my fatherCC Madhya 24.242
pitāre unto his fatherCC Madhya 16.231
adhyāropitām erroneously attributedSB 5.13.25
āmāra pitā my fatherCC Antya 6.25
anukampitā being shown mercySB 11.7.56
tava anukampitām due to Your causeless mercy upon usSB 10.2.38
anukampitāyāḥ always affectionate and compassionateSB 7.6.11-13
apayāpitāyām having been kidnappedSB 9.10.11
āpitā was made to attainSB 10.14.35
āpitā broughtSB 10.19.13
āropitā has been allowed to sitSB 9.23.34
śuca-arpitā distressedSB 1.8.23
arpitā entrustedSB 3.18.3
puṃsā arpitā offered by the devoteeSB 7.5.23-24
śucā-arpitā cast into sorrowSB 10.57.7
arpitā offeredSB 10.84.62
arpitā dedicatedCC Madhya 9.259-260
arpitā bestowedCC Antya 20.16
arpitā always absorbedSB 11.10.33
arpitā filledSB 11.14.11
ku-kalevara-arpitām invested in this bad body full of stool and urineSB 5.19.15
kalpitā asmi I shall createSB 3.10.7
avaropitā placed downSB 10.30.31
avaropitāni put into disorderSB 1.16.22
janma-dātā pitā the father who begets the childCC Antya 6.40
pitā illuminatingSB 3.17.14
dīrghatamaḥ-pitā he became the father of DīrghatamaSB 9.17.4
pitā deprivedSB 10.22.22
janma-dātā pitā the father who begets the childCC Antya 6.40
mātā-pitā-jñāne accepting as father and motherCC Madhya 15.30
ku-kalevara-arpitām invested in this bad body full of stool and urineSB 5.19.15
kalpitā asmi I shall createSB 3.10.7
kalpitā is accomplishedSB 3.24.12
kalpitā imaginedSB 5.18.33
kalpitā dedicatedSB 1.5.34
kalpitā discussedSB 2.8.11
kalpitā imaginedSB 5.12.9
kalpitā arrangedSB 10.85.13
kalpitānām of the speculatorsSB 1.9.42
kalpitānām which are imaginedCC Adi 2.21
kopitā became angrySB 3.3.24
kopitā were angeredSB 11.1.2
ku-kalevara-arpitām invested in this bad body full of stool and urineSB 5.19.15
kupitā being angrySB 9.9.34
kupitā being angrySB 4.11.4
kupitā being angrySB 4.13.19-20
kupitā being full of angerSB 7.1.38
kupitā angrySB 9.24.65
kupitā angrySB 10.32.15
kupitā angeredSB 10.42.19
kupitā angeredSB 10.68.2
kupitā angeredSB 11.1.16
kupitā very angryCC Madhya 21.123
kupitāt who is angrySB 10.25.13
loka-pitāmahaḥ the grandfather of all planetary inhabitantsSB 3.10.1
madhu-puṣpitāyām in the flowery Vedic language describing the results of ritualistic performancesSB 6.3.25
mātā-pitāra of the parentsCC Adi 15.13
mātā-pitā-jñāne accepting as father and motherCC Madhya 15.30
mātā-pitā father and motherCC Madhya 18.60
mātā pitā the mother and fatherCC Madhya 19.190
mātā-pitā His mother and fatherCC Madhya 20.379
mātā-pitā mother and fatherCC Madhya 21.43
mātā pitā mother and fatherCC Madhya 23.93
mātā-pitāra of the father and motherCC Antya 6.15
mātā-pitā mother and fatherCC Antya 6.183
mātā pitā father and motherCC Antya 6.258
mātā-pitāra of the mother and fatherCC Antya 13.113
mora pitā My fatherCC Madhya 9.301
nirūpitā am situatedSB 4.3.14
nirūpitā appointedSB 10.55.7-8
nirūpitā directedSB 1.4.31
nirūpitā engagedSB 10.75.4-7
nirūpitā elucidatedSB 11.19.40-45
nirūpitāni appliedSB 1.15.16
oghavat-pitā who was the father of OghavānSB 9.2.18
oghavat-pitā who was the father of OghavānSB 9.2.18
sudhṛt-pitā he became the father of King SudhṛtiSB 9.13.15
dīrghatamaḥ-pitā he became the father of DīrghatamaSB 9.17.4
mora pitā My fatherCC Madhya 9.301
mātā-pitā-jñāne accepting as father and motherCC Madhya 15.30
tāńra pitā his fatherCC Madhya 16.225
mātā-pitā father and motherCC Madhya 18.60
mātā pitā the mother and fatherCC Madhya 19.190
mātā-pitā His mother and fatherCC Madhya 20.379
mātā-pitā mother and fatherCC Madhya 21.43
sanaka-pitā the father of the four KumārasCC Madhya 21.61
mātā pitā mother and fatherCC Madhya 23.93
tāńra pitā his fatherCC Antya 2.88
āmāra pitā my fatherCC Antya 6.25
tāńra pitā sane with his fatherCC Antya 6.37
tāńra pitā his fatherCC Antya 6.38
janma-dātā pitā the father who begets the childCC Antya 6.40
mātā-pitā mother and fatherCC Antya 6.183
tomāra pitā your fatherCC Antya 6.246
raghunāthera pitā the father of Raghunātha dāsaCC Antya 6.248
mātā pitā father and motherCC Antya 6.258
tāhāra pitā his fatherCC Antya 9.71
loka-pitāmahaḥ the grandfather of all planetary inhabitantsSB 3.10.1
pitṛ-pitāmahaiḥ with the fathers and grandfatherSB 4.1.61
sva-pitāmaham unto his grandfatherSB 8.22.13
mātā-pitāra of the parentsCC Adi 15.13
mātā-pitāra of the father and motherCC Antya 6.15
mātā-pitāra of the mother and fatherCC Antya 13.113
pitṛ-pitāmahaiḥ with the fathers and grandfatherSB 4.1.61
prakalpitā createdSB 10.40.15
prakopitā angeredSB 4.4.28
prakopitā angeredSB 10.68.23
prakupitā irritated and angrySB 9.18.5
prakupitā being angrySB 4.10.11-12
prāpitā were convertedSB 6.18.20
prāpitā forced to engage asSB 7.8.52
prapitāmahaḥ the great-grandfatherBG 11.39
prapitāmahaḥ the great-grandfather VasiṣṭhaSB 9.1.19
prapitāmahaḥ Vasiṣṭha, who was known as the great-grandfatherSB 9.13.6
prapitāmahaḥ (your) great-grandfatherSB 9.24.36
prapitāmahaiḥ by the great-grandfathersSB 6.4.11
prapitāmaham the great-grandfatherSB 2.9.43
prapitāmahī the great-grandmotherSB 10.49.14
pratāpitā severely troubledSB 10.82.21
puṃsā arpitā offered by the devoteeSB 7.5.23-24
puṣpitām floweryBG 2.42-43
madhu-puṣpitāyām in the flowery Vedic language describing the results of ritualistic performancesSB 6.3.25
raghunāthera pitā the father of Raghunātha dāsaCC Antya 6.248
saṃjñāpitān killedSB 4.25.7
sanaka-pitā the father of the four KumārasCC Madhya 21.61
tāńra pitā sane with his fatherCC Antya 6.37
sañjalpitāni such conversationSB 1.15.18
śīta-vepitā shivering from the coldSB 10.22.17
sthāpitā establishedSB 4.21.22
śuca-arpitā distressedSB 1.8.23
śucā-arpitā cast into sorrowSB 10.57.7
śucārpitān all shocked and affectedSB 1.8.4
sudhṛt-pitā he became the father of King SudhṛtiSB 9.13.15
sva-pitāmaham unto his grandfatherSB 8.22.13
tāhāra pitā his fatherCC Antya 9.71
tāńra pitā his fatherCC Madhya 16.225
tāńra pitā his fatherCC Antya 2.88
tāńra pitā sane with his fatherCC Antya 6.37
tāńra pitā his fatherCC Antya 6.38
tarpitā became pleasedSB 4.19.40
tarpitān who had been gratifiedSB 10.86.30
tava anukampitām due to Your causeless mercy upon usSB 10.2.38
tomāra pitā your fatherCC Antya 6.246
upakalpitā investedSB 1.9.32
upakalpitā was createdSB 6.6.42
upakalpitā situatedSB 5.1.33
upakalpitān createdSB 5.19.29-30
vepitā shakenSB 10.20.6
vepitā (to us) who are shiveringSB 10.22.14
śīta-vepitā shivering from the coldSB 10.22.17
vikalpitā arrangedSB 10.85.14
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pitāmaha noun (masculine) a paternal grandfather (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
an ancestor (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of Brahmā (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of several authors (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of Śiva the Piṭris (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 481/72933
pitāmahasaras noun (neuter) name of a lake
Frequency rank 36897/72933
pitāmahāyī noun (feminine) [rel.] name of a Śakti of Śiva
Frequency rank 57999/72933
pitāmahī noun (feminine) a paternal grandmother (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 15033/72933
pitāputra noun (masculine) father and son (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
father and sons (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 14280/72933
puṣpitā noun (feminine) a menstruous woman (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 37020/72933
puṣpitāgrā noun (feminine) name of a metre (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 58336/72933
prapitāmaha noun (masculine) a paternal great-grandfather (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
ancestors (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
great-grandfathers (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of Brahmā (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of Kṛṣṇa (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 4643/72933
prapitāmahī noun (feminine) a paternal great-grandmother (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 24742/72933
lapitā noun (feminine) name of a Śārṅgikā (a kind of bird) with which Mandapāla is said to have allied himself (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 18384/72933
lokapitāmaha noun (masculine) name of Brahmā (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of Śiva
Frequency rank 5461/72933
vṛddhaprapitāmaha noun (masculine) a great-grandfather (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
a great-grandfather's father (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 66458/72933
sapitāmahaka adjective
Frequency rank 68794/72933
     Wordnet Search "pitā" has 18 results.
     

pitā

brahmā, ātmabhūḥ, surajyeṣṭhaḥ, parameṣṭhī, pitāmahaḥ, hiraṇyagarbhaḥ, lokeśaḥ, svayaṃbhūḥ, caturānanaḥ, dhātā, abjayoniḥ, druhiṇaḥ, brahmadevaḥ, viriñciḥ, kamalāsanaḥ, paṅkajāsanaḥ, sraṣṭā, prajāpatiḥ, vedhāḥ, vidhātā, viścasṛṭ, vidhiḥ, nābhijanmā, aṇḍajaḥ, pūrvaḥ, nidhanaḥ, kamalodbhavaḥ, sadānandaḥ, rajomūrtiḥ, satyakaḥ, haṃsavāhanaḥ, hariḥ, pūrṇānandaḥ   

devatāviśeṣaḥ yaḥ sṛṣṭeḥ janakaḥ asti।

nāradaḥ brahmaṇaḥ putraḥ asti।

pitā

pitā, tātaḥ, janakaḥ, vaptā, janayitā, janmadaḥ, guru, janyaḥ, janitā, bījī, vapraḥ   

pāti rakṣati apatyam yaḥ।

mama pitā adhyāpakaḥ asti। / janako janmadātā ca rakṣaṇācca pitā nṛṇām।

pitā

vāstavikam, vāstavikaḥ, vāstavikī, vāstavaḥ, vāstavī, vāstavam, tathyaḥ, tathyam, tathyā, yathārthaḥ, yathārtham, yathārthā, san, sat, satī, satyaḥ, satyam, satyā, prakṛtaḥ, prakṛtā, prakṛtam, akalpitaḥ, akalpitam, akalpitā   

yad yathārthabhūtam asti tad।

śaśaśṛṅgaṃ na vāstavikaḥ padārthaḥ asti।

pitā

prapitāmahī   

prapitāmahasya patnī।

mama prapitāmahī śatādhikaṃ daśa varṣāṇi ajīvat।

pitā

vipitā   

saḥ puruṣaḥ yaḥ mātuḥ patiḥ asti kintu apatyasya pitā nāsti।

rāmasya vipitā sajjanaḥ asti।

pitā

pitāmahaḥ, prapitā   

pituḥ pitā।

mama pitāmahaḥ dharmaniṣṭhaḥ asti।

pitā

dharmapitā   

yaḥ kasyacit janmataḥ eva pitā nasti paraṃ yaṃ kaścana pitārūpeṇa manyate।

dinānāthamahodayaḥ naikeṣām anāthānāṃ dharmapitā asti।

pitā

pitāmahī, pitāmahapatnī   

pitāmahasya patnī piturmātā ca।

satyavatiḥ dhṛtarāṣṭrasya pitāmahī āsīt।

pitā

prapitāmahaḥ   

prakarṣeṇa pitāmahaḥ, pitāmahasya pitā ca।

pitā yasya tu vṛttaḥ syādjīvedvāpi pitāmahaḥ। pituḥ sa nāma saṃkīrtaya kīrtayet prapitāmaham ॥

pitā

jāmātṛpitā, snuṣāpitā   

jāmātuḥ pitā snuṣāyāḥ pitā vā।

bhoḥ mama snuṣāpitā mahān paṇḍitaḥ।

pitā

tāta, janaka, pitā   

pitrarthe sambodhanam।

vayam pituḥ tāta iti samāhvayāmaḥ।

pitā

prakṣepitam, prakṣepitā, prakṣepitaḥ   

prakarṣeṇa kṣiptaḥ;

rohiṇī upagrahaḥ bhāratena prakṣepitaḥ

pitā

rajasvalā, ṛtumatī, puṣpitā, ṛtumatī, kusumavatī, udakyā, madhyamikā, puṣpavatī, puṣpahāsā, avi, dṛṣṭapuṣpā, brahmaghātinī, mlānāṅgī   

sā strī yasyāḥ rajaṃ pravahati।

garbhasya dhāraṇāya akṣamā rajasvalā janaiḥ pīḍitā।

pitā

puṣpitāgrā   

varṇavṛttaviśeṣaḥ।

puṣpitāgrāyāḥ prathame tṛtīye ca caraṇe dvau nagaṇau ekaḥ ragaṇaḥ ekaḥ yagaṇaḥ ca bhavati tathā dvitīye caturthe ca caraṇe nagaṇaḥ jagaṇau ragaṇaḥ tathā ekaḥ guruḥ ca bhavati।

pitā

pitāmahaḥ   

ekaḥ paurāṇikaḥ ṛṣiḥ।

pitāmahena kecana granthāḥ likhitāḥ।

pitā

puṣpitāgrā   

ekaṃ vṛttam ।

puṣpitāgrā kośe parigaṇitā

pitā

pitāmahasarāḥ   

ekaṃ puṇyakṣetram ।

pitāmahasarasaḥ ullekhaḥ mahābhārate asti

pitā

nandagopitā   

ekaḥ kṣupaḥ ।

nandagopitāyāḥ ullekhaḥ koṣe asti









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