वारुण a. (-णी f.) [वरुणस्येदम् अण्] 1 Belonging to Varuṇa: साक्ष्ये$नृतं वदन् पाशैर्बध्यते वारुणैर्भृशम् Ms.8.82; Bhāg.1.5.32. -2 Dedicated or sacred to Varuṇa. -3 Given to Varuṇa. -4 Watery, marine; जानामि वारुणाँ- ल्लोकान् Rām.4.58.13; पृथिवी पर्वता मेघा मूर्तिमन्तश्च ये परे । सर्वं तद्वारुणं ज्ञेयमापस्तस्तम्भिरे यतः ॥ Mb.12.183.4. -5 Western. -णः 1 N. of one of the nine divisions of Bharatavarṣa -2 An aquatic animal. -णम् 1 Water. -2 The शतभिषज् constellation; नक्षत्रे वारुणे कुर्वन् भिषक्सिद्धिमवाप्नुयात् Mb.13.89.12. -णः, -णम् The west. -Comp. -कर्मन् n. any work connected with the supply of water. -पाशकः a sea-monster. -व्रतम् summary or immediate action; cf. तथा पापन्निगृह्णीयाद् व्रतमेतद्धि वारुणम् Ms.9.38.
a. (î) belonging, relating, or sacred to Varuna; western (presided over by Varuna); m. aquatic animal, fish: î, f. west; kind of serpent; Varuna's female energy; Varuna's daughter (produced at the churning of the ocean and regarded as the goddess of spi rituous liquor); spirituous liquor, palm-wine.
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