जातक a. [जात-स्वार्थे क] Born, produced. -कः 1 A new-born infant. -2 A mendicant. -कम् 1 A ceremony performed after the birth of a child (जातकर्मन्); जात- काद्याः क्रियाश्चास्या विधिपूर्वं यथाक्रमम् Mb.1.8.12; जातकं कारयामास वर्तयित्वा च मङ्गलम् Bhāg.1.12.13. -2 Astrological calculation of a nativity. -3 An aggregate of similar things. -Comp. -चक्रम् A circle foreboding good or evil in a man's life. -ध्वनिः a leech.
n. after-birth cere mony; -dosha, a. guilty; -nashta, pp. hav ing appeared and disappeared; -paksha, a. fledged; -prâya, a. almost come to pass; -preta, pp. first born and thendeceased; -mâtra, a. but just born, only just arisen; -rûpa, a. of native beauty, beauteous; golden; n. gold: -maya, a. (î) golden; -vat, a. born; containing a derivative of the √ gan; -vâsaka, n. lying-in room; -vâsa-griha, n. (apart ment in which living takes place), sitting room; (á)-vidyâ, f. science of the origin or of the essence of things, metaphysics; -vi nashta, pp.=gâta-nashta; -visvâsa, a. hav ing confidence engendered, inspired with con fidence; (á)-vedas, a. having knowledge of beings; m. Agni; (C.) fire; -vesman, n. chamber of a new-born infant; lying-in room; -silâ, f. (real=) massive stone; -samkalpa, a. resolved; enamoured.
noun (neuter) "an aggregate of similar things" (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
astrological calculation of a nativity (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
nativity (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the story of a former birth of Gautama Buddha (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
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