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|abhivaś|| -vaṣṭi- (perf. A1. -vāvaśe-, parasmE-pada 1. -vāvaśān/a- ;for 2. -vāvaśān/a-See abhi-vāś-) P. to rule or be master over (accusative) : P. A1. to long for, desire |
|abhivāś||(Aorist 3. plural -avāvaśanta-; perf. 3. plural -vavāśire-,or -vāvaśre-, plural .2. -vāvaśān/a-[ ; see abhi-vaś-]) to low. (as a cow) or roar towards |
|auśāna||mfn. (perhaps present tense parasmE-pada of ā-vaś- ) wishing for, desirous (somena saha miśrī-bhāvaṃ kāmayamāna- ) |
|avasāna||mfn. (vas-), not dressed |
|samuṣita||See saṃ-vas-, . |
|talpa||(n. ) m. ( tṛp-) a couch, bed, sofa etc. (in fine compositi or 'at the end of a compound' f(ā-). ; lpam ā-vas-,"to defile any one's marriage-bed"; lpam-adhi-gam-,"to have sexual intercourse with"[in compound ] ) |
|vas|| cl.10 P. vāsayati- (Aorist avīvasat-), to love ; to cut off ; to accept, take ; to offer ; to kill (ni-vāsita-,killed) (only with preposition;See pari-vas-;but according to to some the imperative vasiṣva-[ ] and uṣa-,"a lover"[ ], and v/asiṣṭha-[ ] belong also to this root, which has developed an obscene meaning = Greek , futuere) . |
|vāsa||m. vāsaṃ-vas-, to take up one's abode, abide, dwell |
|viproṣita|| vi-proṣya- See under vi-pra-vas-, column 1. |
|vyucchat||etc. See vi-vas-. |
|vyuṣita||mfn. (fr. vi-vas-;for 1.See) absent from home |
|vyuṣṭi||f. taking food only every eighth day (see upa-vas-). |
Parse Time: 1.060s Search Word: _root/_vas Input Encoding: IAST IAST: _root/_vas |
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