muṣ मुष्

Definition: cl.9.1. P. ( varia lectio; see 1. mūṣ-) muṣṇ/āti-, m/oṣati- (Epic also cl.6 P. muṣati-;2. sg. Imp. muṣāṇa- ; perfect tense mumoṣa-; Aorist amoṣīt-,2. sg. moṣīs- ;fut, moṣitā-, moṣiṣyati- grammar; ind.p. muṣitvā- ; m/udṣya- ; infinitive mood muṣ/e- ; moṣitum- grammar), to steal, rob, plunder, carry off (also with two accusative =take away from, deprive of) etc. ; to ravish, captivate, enrapture (the eyes or the heart) etc. ; to blind, dazzle (the eyes) ; to cloud, obscure (light or the intellect) ; to break, destroy (see mus-): Passive voice , muṣyate- (Epic also ti-; Aorist amoṣi-), to be stolen or robbed etc.: Causal , noṣayati- (Aorist amūmuṣat-) grammar : Desiderative mumuṣiṣati- (see munuṣiṣu-): Intensive momuṣyate-, momoṣṭi- [For kindred wordsSee under 2. m/ūṣ-,p.827.]


Dictionary: Monier-Williams
Literary Sources: Dha1tup. xxxi , 58 and xvii , 25, S3is3., RV., Das3., Katha1s., RV., ib., RV., MBh., Ka1v., ib., ib., Ka1vya7d., MBh., Ka1v., ib., ib.
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