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antam: neuter nominative singular stem: anta
āntam: neuter nominative singular past passive participle stem: ānta.
antam: neuter accusative singular stem: anta
antām: feminine accusative singular stem: anta
antam: masculine accusative singular stem: anta
āntam: neuter accusative singular past passive participle stem: ānta.
āntam: masculine accusative singular past passive participle stem: ānta.
āntām: feminine accusative singular past passive participle stem: ānta.
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anāyasakṛtam3.1.94MasculineSingularphāṇṭam
andhakāraḥMasculineSingulartamisram, timiram, tamaḥ, dhvāntamperforated, or full of holes
antikā2.9.29FeminineSingularuddhānam, adhiśryaṇī, culliḥ, aśmantam
atiśayaḥ1.1.67MasculineSingularbhṛśam, gāḍham, tīvram, atimātram, ativelam, dṛḍham, nitāntam, nirbharam, atyartham, bharaḥ, bāḍham, ekāntam, udgāḍhammuch or excessive
cittamNeuterSingularmanaḥ, cetaḥ, hṛdayam, svāntam, hṛt, mānasammalice
gṛham2.2.4-5NeuterSingularagāram, vastyam, sadma, geham, ālayaḥ, gṛhāḥ, bhavanam, niśāntam, veśma, nilayaḥ, mandiram, sadanam, niketanam, udavasitam, nikāyyaḥ
satatam1.1.66NeuterSingularanavaratam, aśrāntam, ajasram, santatam, aviratam, aniśam, nityam, anāratameternal or continually
soḍhaḥ3.1.96MasculineSingularkṣāntam
sundaram3.1.53MasculineSingularmañju, manoramam, sādhu, ruciram, manojñam, kāntam, suṣamam, mañjulam, rucyam, śobhanam, cāru
takṣakaḥ3.3.4MasculineSingularkariṇaḥpucchamūlopāntam, ulūkaḥ
valīkamNeuterSingularnīdhram, paṭalaprāntam
grāmāntamNeuterSingularupaśalyam
udvāntaṃ3.1.96MasculineSingularudgatam
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antamind. as far as (in fine compositi or 'at the end of a compound' exempli gratia, 'for example' udakāntam-,as far as the water) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
antamamfn. ([once antam/a- ]) next, nearest View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
antamamfn. intimate (as a friend) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
antamamfn. the last View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
antamaand antamā- See sub voce, i.e. the word in the Sanskrit order /anta-. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
antamasthāf. a metre of 46 syllables, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anantamatim. Name of a bodhisattva-. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anantamāyinmfn. endlessly illusory or delusive or deceitful. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anantamulam. the medicinal plant śārivā-. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anuvedyantamind. along the edge of the sacrificial ground View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
asthidantamayamfn. made of bones or ivory View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
atyantamind. excessively, exceedingly, in perpetuity, absolutely, completely View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
dantamadhyan. the space between an elephant's tusks View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
dantamalan. impurity of the teeth View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
dantamāṃsan. the gums View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
dantamayamfn. made of ivory View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
dantamūlan. equals -jāha- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
dantamūlan. equals -śopha- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
dantamūlikāf. equals dantikā- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
dantamūlīyamfn. belonging to l/a-, dental (letter) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
dantidantamayamfn. made of ivory View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
dasyuhantamamfn. (superl.) most destructive to the dasyu-s, (agni-); (Light) (Buddha) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
dasyuhantamamfn. see View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
durantamohamfn. whose infatuation has a bad ending or has no end View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
gajadantamayamf(ī-)n. made of ivory View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
godantamaṇim. a particular precious stone View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
hemantamegham. a winter-cloud View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
kimparyantamind. to what extent? how far? how long? View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nāgadantamayamf(ī-)n. made of ivory View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
paryantamind. entirely, altogether, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
paryantamind. (in fine compositi or 'at the end of a compound') to the end of, as far as View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
paryantamind. paryantāt paryantam-, from one end to the other View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pratisamantam(pr/ati--) ind. on every side, everywhere View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
rasantamam. equals r/asa-tama- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
revantamanusūf. "mother of manu- revanta-", Name of saṃjñā- (wife of sūrya-) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sādyantamind. sādyanta
sahantamamfn. (superl. of sahat-) strongest, most powerful View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samantamind. samanta
samantamind. samanta
samantamukhadhārinīf. Name of a Buddhist sūtra-. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sāvantamiśram. Name of a man View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sīmantamaṇim. equals cūḍā-maṇi- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
svapnaparyantamind. till the end of sleeping-time View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
udantamind. to the end or border View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vasantamadanan. a plant resembling the Premna Spinosa View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vasantamahotsavam. the great spring-festival (in honour of the love-god) (see vasantotsava-). View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vasantamālatirasam. a particular mixture View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vasantamālikāf. a kind of metre View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vasantamandanīf. equals -madanā- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vasantamāsam. Name of the 9th ninth View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vṛtrahantamamfn. most victorious, bestowing abundant victory View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
yāvadantam() () ind. as far as the end, to the last. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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antama अन्तम a. Ved. Nearest, next; शिक्षा अन्तमस्य Rv.1. 27.5; तनूपा अन्तमो भव 6.46.1; intimate, very close or familiar.
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antama spv. next; intimate, very dear; last; m. neighbour.
asthidantamaya a. made of bone and ivory; -mat, a. furnished with bones; -maya, a. (î) consisting of or full of bones.
yāvadantam ad. to the end; -abhîkshnam, ad. as long as a moment lasts; -artha, a. as much or many as required: °ree; or -m, ad.; -â-bhûta-samplavam, ad. till the destruction of created beings, till the end of the world; -âyusha-m, ad. as long as life lasts, for life; -âyus, ad. id.: h-pramâna, a. life-long; -ittham, ad. as much as neces sary; -îpsitam, ad. as much as one desires; -ukta, pp. as far as is stated: -m, ad.
vṛṣantama spv. most manly or mighty (Indra; RV.).
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uttara kuru The Uttara Kurus, who play a mythical part in the Epic and later literature, are still a historical people in the Aitareya Brāhmana, where they are located beyond the Himalaya (parena Himavantam). In another passage, how­ever, the country of the Uttara Kurus is stated by Vāsiçtha Sātyahavya to be a land of the gods (deva-ksetra), but Jānam- tapi Atyarāti was anxious to conquer it, so that it is still not wholly mythical. It is reasonable to accept Zimmer’s view that the northern Kurus were settled in Kaśmīr, especially as Kuruksetra is the region where tribes advancing from Kaśmīr might naturally be found. Cf. Udīcyas.
kṣatriya As the origin of caste, the relation of the castes, intermarriage, and cognate matters may most conveniently be discussed under Varna, this article will be confined to deter­mining, as far as possible, the real character of the class called Ksatriyas, or collectively Ksatra. The evidence of the Jātakas points to the word Khattiya denoting the members of the old Aryan nobility who had led the tribes to conquest, as well as those families of the aborigines who had managed to maintain their princely status in spite of the conquest. In the epic also the term Ksatriya seems to include these persons, but it has probably a wider signification than Khattiya, and would cover all the royal military vassals and feudal chiefs, expressing, in fact, pretty much the same as the barones of early English history. Neither in the Jātakas nor in the epic is the term co-extensive with all warriors; the army contains many besides the Ksatriyas, who are the leaders or officers, rather than the rank and file.In the later Samhitās and the Brāhmanas the Ksatriya stands as a definite member of the social body, distinct from the priest, the subject people, and the slaves, Brāhmana, Vaiśya, and Sūdra. It is significant that Rājanya is a variant to Ksatriya, and an earlier one. Hence it is reasonable to suppose that the Ksatriya and Rājanya are both of similar origin, being princely or connected with royalty. Moreover, the early use of Ksatriya in the Rigveda is exclusively con-nected with royal authority or divine authority. It is impossible to say exactly what persons would be in¬cluded in the term Ksatriya. That it covered the royal house and the various branches of the royal family may be regarded as certain. It, no doubt, also included the nobles and their families: this would explain the occasional opposition of Rājanya and Ksatriya, as in the Aitareya Brāhmana,8 where a Rājanya asks a Ksatriya for a place for sacrifice (deυa-yajana). Thus, when strictly applied, Ksatriya would have a wider denotation than Rājanya. As a rule, however, the two expressions are identical, and both are used as evidence in what follows. That Ksatriya ever included the mere fighting man has not been proved: in the Rigveda9 and later10 others than Ksatriyas regularly fought; but possibly if the nobles had retinues as the kings had, Ksatriya would embrace those retainers who had military functions. The term did not apply to all members of the royal entourage; for example, the Grāmanī was usually a Vaiśya. The connexion of the Ksatriyas with the Brahmins was very close. The prosperity of the two is repeatedly asserted to be indissolubly associated, especially in the relation of king (Rājan) and domestic priest (Purohita). Sometimes there was feud between Ksatriya and Brahmin. His management of the sacrifice then gave the Brahmin power to ruin the Ksatriya by embroiling him with the people or with other Ksatriyas. Towards the common people, on the other hand, the Ksa¬triya stood in a relation of well-nigh unquestioned superiority. There are, however, references to occasional feuds between the people and the nobles, in which no doubt the inferior numbers of the latter were compensated by their superior arms and prowess. In the Aitareya Brāhmana the Vaiśya is described as tributary to another (anyasya bali-krt), to be devoured by another (anyasyādya), and to be oppressed at will (yathākāma-jyeya). Probably these epithets apply most strictly to the relation of the king and his people, but the passage shows that the people were greatly at the mercy of the nobles. No doubt the king granted to them the right, which may have been hereditary, to be supported by the common people, whose feudal superiors they thus became. In return for these privileges the Kṣatriyas had probably duties of protection to perform, as well as some judicial functions, to judge from an obscure passage of the Kāthaka Samhitā. The main duty of the Ksatriya in the small states of the Vedic period was readiness for war. The bow is thus his special attribute, just as the goad is that of the agriculturist; for the bow is the main weapon of the Veda. Whether the Ksatriyas paid much attention to mental occupations is uncertain. In the latest stratum of the Brāhmana literature there are references to learned princes like Janaka of Videha, who is said to have become a Brahmin (brahmā), apparently in the sense that he had the full knowledge which a Brahmin possessed. Other learned Ksatriyas of this period were Pravāhana Jaivali, Aśvapati Kaikeya, and Ajātaśatru Garbe, Grierson, and others believe they are justified in holding the view that the Ksatriyas developed a special philosophy of their own as opposed to Brahminism, which appears later as Bhakti, or Faith. On the other hand, there is clear evidence that the opinion of Ksatriyas on such topics were held in little respect, and it must be remembered that to attribute wisdom to a king was a delicate and effective piece of flattery. There are earlier references to royal sages (rājan- yarsi) but it is very doubtful if much stress can be laid on them, and none can be laid on the later tradition of Sāyana. Again, the Nirukta gives a tradition relating how Devāpi, a king’s son, became the Purohita of his younger brother Samtanu; but it is very doubtful if the story can really be traced with Sieg in the Rigveda itself. In any case, the stories refer only to a few selected Ksatriyas of high rank, while there is no evidence that the average Ksatriya was concerned with intellectual pursuits. Nor is there any reference to Ksatriyas engaging in agriculture or in trade or commerce. It may be assumed that the duties of administration and war were adequate to absorb his atten¬tion. On the other hand, we do hear of a Rājanya as a lute player and singer at the Aśvamedha or horse sacrifice. Of the training and education of a Ksatriya we have no record; presumably, as in fact if not in theory later on, he was mainly instructed in the art of war, the science of the bow, and the rudimentary administrative functions which would devolve on him. At this early state of the development of the nobility which appears to be represented in the Rigveda, it was probably not unusual or impossible for a Vaiśya to become a Ksatriya; at least, this assumption best explains the phrase ‘claiming falsely a Ksatriya’s rank ’ (ksatriyam mithuyā dhārayantam). The king and the Ksatriyas must have stood in a particularly close relation. The former being the Ksatriya par excellence, it is to him rather than to the ordinary Ksatriya that we must refer passages like that in the Satapatha Brāhmana, where it is said that the Ksatriya, with the consent of the clansmen, gives a settlement to a man : clearly a parallel to the rule found among many peoples that the chief, but only with the consent of the people, can make a grant of unoccupied land. In the same Brāhmana it is said that a Ksatriya consecrates a Ksatriya, a clear reference, as the commentator explains, to the practice of the old king consecrating the prince (kumāra) who is to succeed him ; and again, the Ksatriya and the Purohita are regarded as alone complete in contrast with other people, the parallel with the Purohita here suggesting that the Ksatriya par excellence is meant. On the other hand, the king is sometimes con¬trasted with the Rājanya. The Sūtra literature contains elaborate rules for the education and occupations of Ksatriyas, but their contents cannot always be traced in the Brāhmana literature, and their value is questionable.
madra Denotes a people who are mentioned in the Bṛhad- āranyaka Upaniṣad Kāpya Patañcala was then living among them. Their name appears elsewhere in Vedic literature, only in that of a branch, the Uttara Madras, the ‘northern Madras,’ who are referred to in the Aitareya Brāhmaṇa as living beyond the Himālaya (parena Himavantam) in the neigh­bourhood of the Uttara Kurus, probably, as Zimmer con­jectures, in the land of Kaśmīr. The Madras mentioned in the Upaniṣad were, like the Kurus, probably settled some­where in Kurukçetra in the Madhyadeáa or ‘Middle Land.’ Cf. Madrag-āra.
vidhavā Denotes ‘widow’ as the ‘desolate one,’ from the root vidh, ‘be bereft.’ The masculine vidltava is conjectured by Roth in a difficult passage of the Rigveda, where the received text presents the apparent false concord vidhantam vidhavām, in which he sees a metrical lengthening for vidhavam, ‘the sacrificing widower.’ Ludwig in his version takes vidhantam as equivalent to a feminine, while DelbrUck prefers ‘ the worshipper and the widow.’ Possibly * the widower and the widow ’ may be meant; but we know nothing of the mythological allusion in question, the feat being one of those attributed to the Aśvins, and the natural reference to Ghoṣā. as ‘ husbandless ’ being rendered unlikely because their feat in regard to her has already been mentioned a few verses before in the same hymn. The word Vidhavā is not of common occurrence.
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atiṣṭhantam apasyaṃ na sargam # RV.10.89.2c.
anantam antavac cā samante # AVś.10.8.12b.
anantam anyad ruśad asya pājaḥ # RV.1.115.5c; AVś.20.123.2c; VS.33.38c; MS.4.14.4c: 220.10; TB.2.8.7.2c.
anantam artham anivartsyamānāḥ # TB.2.5.6.4d.
anantam avyayaṃ kavim # TA.10.11.2a; MahānU.11.7a.
anikavantam ūtaye # RVKh.10.187.1a; Aś.2.18.3a.
apūpavantam ukthinam # RV.3.52.1b; 8.91.2e; AVP.4.26.2e; SV.1.210b; VS.20.29b; JB.1.220e.
apṛṇantam abhi saṃ yantu śokāḥ # RV.1.125.7d.
amitrayantam adrivaḥ # RV.5.35.5b.
arātīyantam adharaṃ kṛṇomi (Apś.7.17.6, karomi) # TS.3.1.4.4c; Apś.7.17.6,7.
arāmadantam avadalam # AVP.6.14.2a.
ariṣyantam ā rohema svastaye # RV.10.63.14d.
avantam atraye gṛham # RV.8.73.7a.
asunvantam ayajamānam icha # AVP.5.27.6a; VS.12.62a; TS.4.2.5.4a; MS.2.7.12a: 90.15; KS.16.12a; śB.7.2.1.9; Mś.6.1.5.16. Ps: asunvantam ayajamānam Mś.11.2.9; --11.4.5; 11.7.1.7; asunvantam Kś.17.2.1.
ahirājantam (?) ojasā # AVP.5.27.2b.
ātapantam amuṃ divaḥ # AVś.8.6.12b.
āyuṣmantam uttamaṃ tvā karātaḥ # AVP.1.83.4d. See āyuṣmantāv uttamaṃ.
upeṣantam udumbalam # AVś.8.6.17c.
antam aṃśuṃ pariyantam ṛgmiyam # RV.9.68.6d.
ūrjasvantam ā rabhadhvam # AVP.8.11.2a.
ṛjūyantam anu vratam # RV.1.136.5e.
kriyāvantam adhīyānam # śG.1.2.6a.
kṣayantam asya rajasaḥ parāke # RV.7.100.5d; SV.2.976d; TS.2.2.12.5d; MS.4.10.1d: 144.7; KS.6.10d; N.5.9d.
gṛṇantam upa bhūṣathaḥ # RV.5.75.8d.
ghṛtavantam upa māsi # RV.1.142.2a.
carantam upatiṣṭhantam # AVP.9.29.2c.
jayantam ajma (AVP. ajmaḥ) pramṛṇantam ojasā # RV.10.103.6b; AVś.6.97.3d; 19.13.6d; AVP.7.4.6d; SV.2.1204b; VS.17.38b; TS.4.6.4.2b; MS.2.10.4b: 136.4; KS.18.5b.
jyotiṣmantam ajasram it # VS.11.31d; TS.4.1.3.2d; KS.16.3d; 19.4; śB.6.4.1.11. See rocamānam etc.
jyotiṣmantam abhi lokaṃ jayaitam # AVś.9.5.6d.
tāvantam indra te graham # VS.38.26c; TS.3.2.6.1c.
tāvantam enaṃ bhūtaṃ dadāmi # HG.2.13.1 (ter).
tiṣṭhantam agna uta vā carantam # RV.10.87.6b; AVś.8.3.5b.
tiṣṭhantam ava gūhati # AVś.20.133.4b. See tiṣṭhann evāva.
dviṣantam apa bādhasva (AVP. bādhatām) # AVP.7.5.12d; SMB.1.2.1c; JG.1.12c. Cf. dviṣantaṃ me 'va-.
dviṣantam etā anu yantu vṛṣṭayaḥ # Kauś.94.14c.
dviṣantam etāv abhi nānadaitām # Kauś.96.3d.
dviṣantam ete anu yantu sarve # Kauś.94.14c; 95.3d.
dhāvantam anu dhāvati # AVś.20.136.11b; śś.12.24.2.4b.
navantam ahiṃ saṃ piṇag ṛjīṣin # RV.6.17.10d.
pūṣaṇvantam amartyam # VS.28.27b; TB.2.6.17.3b.
pṛṇantam anyam araṇaṃ cid ichet # RV.10.117.4d.
prayantam it pari jāraṃ kanīnām # RV.1.152.4a.
bṛhantam ṛṣvam ajaraṃ yuvānam (RV.6.49.10c, suṣumnam) # RV.3.32.7b; 6.19.2b; 49.10c.
madhvantamānāṃ etc. # see madhuntamānāṃ etc.
marutvantam ṛjīṣiṇam # RV.8.76.5a.
mithucarantam (TS. mithuś ca-; KS. mithūca-; AVś.AVP. mithuyā ca-) upayāti (AVś.AVP. abhiyāti) dūṣayan # AVś.4.29.7b; AVP.4.38.7b; TS.4.7.15.2b; MS.3.16.5b: 190.16; KS.22.15b.
mithūcarantam etc. # see mithucarantam.
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antāmaffix of the imperative 3rd person. plur. or Ātmanep. Ātmanepada, substituted for the original affix झ, e. g. एधन्ताम्.
dantamūlīyathe letters त्, थ् द् ध् and न्: confer, compare दन्तमूलीयस्तु तकारवर्गः Ṛgvedaprātiśākhya by Śaunaka ( Sanskrit Sāhityapariṣad Edition, Calcutta.) I. 19. The Rk. Pratisakhya calls र् (रेफ ) also as दन्तमूलीय.
lopadisappearance of a word or part of a word enjoined in grammar for arriving at the required forms of a word; confer, compare अदर्शनं लोपः P. I.1.52: confer, compare अदर्शनमश्रवणमनुच्चारणमनुपलब्धिरभावो वर्णविनाश इत्यनर्थान्तरम् । एतैः शब्दैर्योर्थोभिधीयते तस्य लोप इतीयं संज्ञा भवति Kāś. on P.I.1. 52. This disappearance in the case of an affix is tantamount to its notional presence or imaginary presence, as operations caused by it do take place although the word element has disappeared; confer, compare प्रत्ययलोपे प्रत्ययलक्षणम् । प्रत्यये लुप्तेपि तद्धेतुकं कार्ये भवति Kāś. on P. I.1.62.
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antam and annihilationSB 10.50.29
antam and so also without any endSB 2.6.40-41
antam at the endSB 7.14.13
antam endSB 1.18.14
SB 12.13.1
SB 2.7.41
SB 7.15.20
antam or endBG 11.19
antam the edgeMM 33
antam the endBG 18.36
SB 10.42.9
SB 10.51.38
SB 10.64.23
SB 10.75.37
SB 10.87.41
SB 6.5.6-8
SB 8.19.23
antam the endsSB 10.88.24
antam the limit of transcendental qualitiesCC Madhya 21.15
antam the ultimate fulfillmentSB 10.32.13
antam to her endSB 10.43.25
antam without endSB 11.16.1
ā-kalpa-antam up to the end of the millenniumSB 5.19.9
ā-kalpa-antam until the end of the creationSB 5.23.3
abhipālayantam tendingCC Adi 5.22
abhipālayantam tendingBs 5.29
abhipatantam while falling downSB 2.7.14
ācarantam performingSB 10.69.41
adantam eatingSB 11.28.31
adhaḥ-patantam gliding downSB 3.1.41
āhvayantam callingSB 4.6.13
ajānantam unawareSB 10.64.43
ākhyāpayantam declaringCC Madhya 19.230
alantamaḥ able in all respectsSB 6.17.37
aṃśumantam unto AṃśumānSB 9.8.27
ānana-antam the edge of the mouthSB 7.8.30
anantam unlimitedBG 11.10-11
anantam unlimitedBG 11.47
anantam by the name anantaSB 1.18.19
anantam AnantaSB 3.26.25
anantam unlimitedSB 4.9.16
anantam unendingSB 5.5.1
anantam unlimitedSB 5.17.21
anantam the unlimitedSB 6.4.25
anantam unlimitedSB 8.3.20-21
anantam unlimitedSB 8.5.26
anantam by the name AnantaSB 10.2.3
anantam the UnlimitedSB 10.6.8
anantam unlimitedSB 10.13.61
anantam unlimitedSB 10.28.15
anantam unlimitedSB 10.41.28
anantam countlessSB 10.50.40
anantam eternalSB 10.77.32
anantam Lord AnantaSB 10.89.53
anantam in His boundless formSB 10.89.57
anantam the Supreme Lord, who is unlimitedSB 11.2.8
anantam unlimitedSB 11.9.1
anantam without endSB 12.4.15-19
anantam the unlimitedSB 12.12.67
anantam unlimitedCC Adi 2.14
anantam unlimitedCC Madhya 20.160
anantam unlimitedCC Madhya 21.51
anantam unlimitedCC Madhya 21.88
anantam unlimitedBs 5.40
anantam the unlimitedMM 48
aneka-antam in innumerable waysSB 11.14.9
anicchantam who did not want itSB 10.74.49
na antam no endBG 11.16
sva-antam its own limitSB 2.6.36
kṛta-antam death personified, YamarājaSB 4.17.28
ā-kalpa-antam up to the end of the millenniumSB 5.19.9
ā-kalpa-antam until the end of the creationSB 5.23.3
ya-kāra-antam ending with the syllable yaSB 6.8.7
phaṭ-antam ending with the sound phaṭSB 6.8.8-10
ānana-antam the edge of the mouthSB 7.8.30
yāvat antam unto the end of Manu's reignSB 8.14.6
na antam no endSB 9.6.52
kalpa-antam for many, many years, until the end of one kalpaSB 9.10.32
aneka-antam in innumerable waysSB 11.14.9
na antam no limitCC Madhya 21.13
anugāyantam singingSB 6.1.58-60
anuśocantam lamentingSB 5.8.27
apānantam stop endeavoringSB 2.10.16
āpatantam coming over furiouslySB 1.7.18
āpatantam coming forwardSB 3.2.24
āpatantam rushing towards HimSB 3.13.31
āpatantam coming after himSB 9.15.29
āpatantam again endeavoring to attack HimSB 10.11.51
āpatantam attackingSB 10.17.6
āpatantam setting upon themSB 10.19.8
āpatantam attackingSB 10.36.13
āpatantam attackingSB 10.43.13
ārurukṣantam trying to get onSB 4.8.9
ārurukṣantam trying to rise onto itSB 4.8.67
asantam nonexistentSB 3.5.24
asantam unrealSB 10.14.28
asantam unrealSB 11.21.31
ātma-vantam situated in the selfBG 4.41
ātma-vantam very independentSB 6.7.25
atyantam the highestBG 6.28
avinaśyantam not destroyedBG 13.28
āviśantam entering (into his private sitting area)SB 10.44.35
bhagavantam unto the Personality of GodheadSB 1.2.25
bhagavantam unto the LordSB 3.8.3
bhagavantam unto the Personality of GodheadSB 3.12.19
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 3.16.28
bhagavantam the LordSB 3.24.10
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 3.24.46
bhagavantam Lord BrahmāSB 3.32.10
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 3.33.30
bhagavantam unto the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 4.12.5
bhagavantam the worshipableSB 4.16.25
bhagavantam unto the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 4.24.28
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 4.29.26-27
bhagavantam most powerfulSB 5.1.9
bhagavantam unto the most powerful (Lord Brahmā)SB 5.2.2
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 5.3.1
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 5.4.4
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 5.4.5
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 5.7.5
bhagavantam unto the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 5.7.13
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 5.14.29
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 5.19.1
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 5.20.3-4
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 5.20.11
bhagavantam unto the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 5.20.16
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 5.20.27
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 5.20.32
bhagavantam unto the most powerful demigodSB 5.21.18
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 5.24.18
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 6.4.22
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 6.19.2-3
bhagavantam of the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 8.3.29
bhagavantam the Personality of GodheadSB 8.16.20
bhagavantam unto the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 8.17.24
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 9.14.47
bhagavantam the Personality of GodheadSB 10.23.10-11
bhagavantam the Supreme Lord, Śrī KṛṣṇaSB 10.23.35
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 10.37.22
bhagavantam the Supreme LordSB 10.40.8
bhagavantam the Supreme LordSB 10.44.21
bhagavantam to the Personality of GodheadSB 10.66.36
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 11.5.1
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 11.26.15
bhagavantam the powerfulSB 11.26.31
bhagavantam the Personality of GodheadSB 12.3.43
bhagavantam the Personality of GodheadCC Adi 8.1
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadCC Madhya 24.112
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadCC Madhya 24.144
bhagavantam the Supreme Personality of GodheadCC Madhya 25.156
bhagavantam unto the gloriousBs 5.57
bhajantam worshipedSB 3.15.42
bhajantam unto Your devoteeSB 4.20.30
bhajantam unto the devotee engaged in devotional serviceSB 7.2.7-8
bhajantam those who worship YouSB 10.41.47
bhajantam their worshiperSB 10.60.43
bhajantam engaged in devotional serviceNoI 5
bhavantam YouBG 11.31
bhavantam yourselfSB 1.16.31
bhavantam for youSB 4.4.11
bhavantam YouSB 5.3.13
bhavantam to youSB 5.12.3
bhavantam unto YouSB 8.24.52
bhavantam unto youSB 10.5.27
bhavantam YourselfSB 10.14.28
bhavantam YouSB 10.60.36
bhavantam YouSB 10.70.30
bhavantam YouSB 10.70.42
bhavantam unto YouSB 11.7.18
bhavantam from youSB 12.11.1
bhavantam YouCC Madhya 1.206
bhavantam YouCC Madhya 8.73
bhavantam from YouMM 3
bhavantam on YouMM 4
bhojayantam feedingSB 10.69.24
bhrāmayantam encirclingSB 1.12.9
bhrāmayantam brandishingSB 3.18.16
bhuktavantam after feeding him sumptuouslySB 1.13.7
bhuktavantam having eatenSB 5.9.15
bhuktavantam having eatenSB 10.52.29
cālayantam movingSB 6.9.13-17
carantam distributingSB 1.8.28
carantam stalkingSB 3.19.2
carantam performing (austerity, etc.)SB 4.6.35
śaṣpāṇi carantam walking and eating the soft grassesSB 5.8.17
carantam movingSB 7.1.11
carantam movingSB 7.8.28
carantam controlling or ruling themSB 8.5.30
carantam movingSB 8.7.33
carantam moving aboutSB 10.69.25
carantam travelingSB 10.69.35
carantam moving aboutSB 10.69.36
carantam wanderingSB 11.7.25
cintayantam thinkingSB 10.69.31
dahantam being overwhelmedSB 2.7.7
dantam one of his tusksSB 10.43.14
daśantam bitingSB 12.5.11-12
dhayantam drinkingSB 12.9.22-25
dhyāyantam meditating uponSB 3.19.35
dhyāyantam meditatingSB 10.69.30
dīpti-mantam glowingBG 11.17
dīvyantam playingSB 10.62.29-30
dīvyantam playingSB 10.69.20-22
durantam insurmountableSB 10.35.24-25
durantam insurmountableSB 10.39.29
dyumantam DyumānSB 10.77.2
gāyantam singingSB 10.67.9-10
ghnantam hurtingSB 1.16.4
ghnantam deathSB 5.18.3
ghnantam engaged in killingSB 10.4.27
ghnantam as He was strikingSB 10.62.33
ghnantam striking physicallySB 10.64.41
ghnantam killingSB 10.69.35
grasantam while devouringSB 3.3.6
grasantam who is devouringSB 6.9.44
grasantam swallowingSB 12.9.21
gṛṇantam askingSB 4.5.4
gṛṇantam resoundingSB 4.6.13
gṛṇantam while talkingSB 4.21.8
harantam kidnappingSB 10.18.28
hasantam smilingSB 6.1.58-60
hasantam laughingSB 10.69.29
hrīmantam one who is shamefulSB 6.13.11
irāvantam IrāvānSB 9.22.32
iyantam this muchMM 3
jalpantam of the chatteringSB 10.15.10-12
japantam quietly chantingSB 10.69.25
jayantam JayantaSB 6.18.7
juhvantam offering oblationsSB 10.69.24
ā-kalpa-antam up to the end of the millenniumSB 5.19.9
ā-kalpa-antam until the end of the creationSB 5.23.3
kalpa-antam for many, many years, until the end of one kalpaSB 9.10.32
kalpayantam so arrangingSB 10.69.32
kamut-vantam causing the night-blooming kumuda lotuses to openSB 10.29.3
ya-kāra-antam ending with the syllable yaSB 6.8.7
kaṣantam rubbingSB 10.9.11
kīrtimantam KīrtimānSB 9.24.52
kīrtimantam by the name KīrtimānSB 10.1.57
krīḍantam engaged in enjoymentSB 6.1.58-60
krīḍantam sportingSB 9.16.2
krīḍantam the King of the Gandharvas, engaged in such activitiesSB 9.16.3
krīḍantam engaged in playingSB 10.6.18
krīḍantam while playingSB 10.6.24
krīḍantam who were engaged in playingSB 10.11.12
krīḍantam engaged in playingSB 10.11.14
krīḍantam playingSB 10.13.40
krīḍantam playingSB 10.16.9
krīḍantam playingSB 10.66.36
krośantam crying outSB 10.34.26
krośantam crying outSB 10.34.27
kṛta-antam death personified, YamarājaSB 4.17.28
kṣipantam deridingSB 3.8.24
kūjantam cuckooingSB 10.15.10-12
kurvantam makingSB 4.2.5
kurvantam makingSB 10.69.31
kvaṇantam soundingSB 10.15.42
kvaṇantam playingBs 5.30
lālayantam coddlingSB 10.69.23
lambantam longSB 9.19.10
majjantam while drowningSB 4.26.16
mānayantam esteemedSB 3.8.4
dīpti-mantam glowingBG 11.17
mūrti-mantam personifiedSB 12.8.23
mantrayantam consultingSB 10.69.27
marut-vantam King IndraSB 4.19.28
mehantam urinatingSB 1.17.2
miṣantam simply looking overSB 4.8.14
mṛgayantam searching afterSB 10.37.1-2
mūrti-mantam personifiedSB 12.8.23
muṣṇantam who was diminishingSB 3.18.2
na antam no endBG 11.16
na antam no endSB 9.6.52
na antam no limitCC Madhya 21.13
nariṣyantam NariṣyantaSB 9.1.11-12
nayantam who was leadingSB 10.37.30
nayantam who was takingSB 10.58.53
niḥsarantam coming outSB 3.18.7
niḥśvasantam heavily breathingSB 4.8.15
nimajjantam plungingCC Madhya 19.230
ninīṣantam while bringing himSB 1.7.34
niṣkrāmantam coming outSB 4.24.24-25
nṛtyantam dancingSB 6.9.13-17
nṛtyantam dancingSB 10.15.10-12
paribhramantam loiteringSB 1.12.9
paribhramantam rotatingSB 8.7.10
paryantam includingBG 8.17
paśyantam the one who seesSB 4.29.42-44
paśyantam although always seeingSB 8.1.11
paśyantam who are seeingSB 11.16.4
patantam going downSB 2.7.9
adhaḥ-patantam gliding downSB 3.1.41
patantam gliding down to hellSB 4.7.15
patantam fallingSB 10.64.19-20
patantam fallingSB 10.67.18
patantam fallingSB 12.6.23
phaṭ-antam ending with the sound phaṭSB 6.8.8-10
pibantam while drinkingSB 10.1.13
pradahantam burningSB 10.11.50
pradarśayantam while showing themSB 3.8.26
pradāsyantam who was ready to deliverSB 8.19.29
prādravantam who was fleeingSB 10.51.1-6
praharantam attackingSB 10.77.33
prajā-vantam bore a son within the wombSB 9.8.3
prāṇantam endeavoringSB 2.10.16
prarudantam with a crying attitudeSB 10.9.11
pratudantam piercingSB 3.18.9
pratyarhayantam reciprocatingSB 3.8.27
praviśantam who had enteredSB 10.26.9
pravocantam speakingSB 4.6.37
pravrajantam while going away for the renounced order of lifeSB 1.2.2
pravrajiṣyantam going to leave homeSB 3.23.49
pūrtayantam fulfilling by civil serviceSB 10.69.34
racayantam creatingSB 3.15.47
rudantam cryingSB 3.31.27
rudantam cryingSB 6.18.62
rudantam cryingSB 10.7.11
saṃsarantam undergoing the material way of lifeSB 6.5.15
saṃspṛśantam touchingSB 3.15.39
samudīrayantam which was creatingSB 12.9.11
sañcārayantam herding togetherSB 10.21.16
santam situatedSB 3.28.17
santam being presentSB 3.29.22
santam existingSB 4.20.8
santam existingSB 4.24.64
santam existingSB 4.25.34
santam existingSB 6.3.16
santam existingSB 7.10.12
santam existing within oneselfSB 7.13.28
santam situatedSB 8.24.52
santam realSB 10.14.28
santam presentSB 10.30.4
santam presentSB 10.69.41
santam presentSB 10.90.46
santam beingSB 11.8.31
santam presentSB 12.8.48
santam existingCC Madhya 25.130
śantamena most comfortingSB 10.33.20
śapantam (Dakṣa) who was cursing (Lord Śiva)SB 4.5.20
śapantam cursingSB 10.64.41
śaṣpāṇi carantam walking and eating the soft grassesSB 5.8.17
satyavantam SatyavānSB 4.13.15-16
sīdantam terrifiedSB 1.17.2
sīdantam suffering (from poverty)SB 11.17.44
śikṣayantam to teach (the real path of life)SB 8.1.16
śocantam lamentingSB 4.28.22
sphurantam while challengingSB 2.7.14
sphurantam moving his limbsSB 7.8.29
spṛśantam touchingSB 4.20.18
spṛśantam just touchingSB 4.20.22
sravantam oozing outSB 5.9.18
sṛjantam creatingSB 1.14.23
śṛṇvantam hearingSB 10.69.28
subhagayantam spreading good fortuneSB 3.15.39
śuśrūṣantam rendering menial serviceSB 10.69.30
sva-antam its own limitSB 2.6.36
śvasantam breathingSB 4.29.61
śvasantam endeavoringSB 6.16.48
svastimantam endowed with all auspiciousnessSB 10.7.30
svīkariṣyantam while accepting the riches given by the great sagesSB 9.4.6
tapantam heatingBG 11.19
tapantam heatingSB 7.3.15-16
tāvantam expanded that many timesSB 10.33.19
tiṣṭhantam standingSB 11.28.31
trāsayantam terrifyingSB 10.37.1-2
tyajantam leaving me anyway, today or tomorrowSB 6.10.7
udīrayantam loudly playingSB 10.21.16
udyantam risingSB 1.14.12
udyantam risingSB 10.70.7-9
udyantam risingSB 12.10.11-13
ukṣantam urinatingSB 11.28.31
uktavantam upon the order of the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 8.23.1
uktavantam being addressed by Mahārāja SatyavrataSB 8.24.54
unmīlayantam openedSB 3.8.4
unnadantam shouting loudlySB 6.9.13-17
ūrjaḥ-vantam full of energySB 3.20.42
utkrāmantam quitting the bodyBG 15.10
utkṣipantam while suspendingSB 3.13.33
utsṛjantam while quittingSB 3.4.12
uttuńgayantam which was causing him to reachCC Adi 4.202
vādayantam playingBs 5.26
ātma-vantam situated in the selfBG 4.41
ūrjaḥ-vantam full of energySB 3.20.42
marut-vantam King IndraSB 4.19.28
ātma-vantam very independentSB 6.7.25
prajā-vantam bore a son within the wombSB 9.8.3
vīra-vantam the father of good sonsSB 9.16.35
kamut-vantam causing the night-blooming kumuda lotuses to openSB 10.29.3
vasantam residingSB 2.2.8
vasantam dwellingSB 10.80.3
vasantam residingCC Madhya 24.156
vicarantam movingSB 8.11.3
vicarantam wanderingSB 10.23.20-21
vicarantam moving aboutSB 10.44.36
vicarantam ridingSB 10.69.26
vicinvantam always thinking ofSB 4.29.54
vidhamantam the act of vanishingSB 1.12.10
vidhamantam smashingSB 10.77.2
viharantam enjoyingSB 4.29.54
vikarṣantam draggingSB 10.11.3
vikarṣantam draggingSB 10.11.6
vikramantam showing his prowessSB 7.8.25
vilapantam while lamentingSB 7.2.56
vinighnantam strikingSB 3.19.25
vīra-vantam the father of good sonsSB 9.16.35
virocayantam illuminating all aroundSB 10.3.12
viśantam enteringSB 10.77.11
viśantam enteringSB 11.31.8
viṣīdantam lamentingBG 2.1
viṣīdantam unto the lamenting oneBG 2.10
viṣīdantam lamentingSB 8.11.37
vivakṣantam wanting to offer prayers describing His qualitiesSB 4.9.4
vrajantam while goingSB 3.4.24
vrajantam movingSB 3.28.19
vrajantam movingSB 4.6.13
vrajantam passing bySB 9.18.5
vrajantam while walkingSB 10.6.24
vrajantam goingSB 11.9.13
vrajantam walkingSB 11.28.31
vyāharantam taught or chantedSB 8.1.17
ya-kāra-antam ending with the syllable yaSB 6.8.7
yajantam worshipingSB 10.69.24
yajantam worshipingSB 10.69.34
yatantam one who is engaged in attemptingSB 1.6.20
yāvat antam unto the end of Manu's reignSB 8.14.6
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antama adjective the last (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 43428/72933
atyantam indeclinable absolutely (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
completely (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
exceedingly (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
excessively (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
in perpetuity (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
to the end (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 4628/72933
dantamāṃsa noun (neuter) the gums (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 12514/72933
dantamūla noun (neuter)
Frequency rank 35582/72933
yāvadantam indeclinable as far as the end (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
to the last (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 38541/72933
vasantamaṇḍana noun (neuter) sindūra
Frequency rank 64858/72933
vasantamahotsava noun (masculine) the great spring-festival to honour of the love-god (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 64859/72933
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anantamūl

Go to śāriba.

garutmantam

emerald, a gemstone of the mineral beryl coloured green by trace amounts of chromium and sometimes vanadium.

vallipañcamūla

Plant vidārikanda (Indian katju), anantamūla (Indian sarsaparilla), haridra (turmeric), guḍūci (moon creeper), ajāśringi (Odina wodier).

vasantamālatirasa

herbo-mineral preparation used in the treatment of fevers.

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antam

dantamūlam, dantamāṃsam, dantavalkam   

mukhasya avayavaviśeṣaḥ saḥ bhāgaḥ yaḥ dantān dhārayati।

rāmasya dantamūle śvayathuḥ jātaḥ।/ yasya dantamūlāni saśaktāni tasya dantāḥ sudṛḍhāḥ।

antam

prāntaḥ, upāntam, samantaḥ, paryantam, sīmā, parisaraḥ, kacchaḥ, koṭiḥ, dhāraḥ   

kasyāpi vastunaḥ dairghyasya avadhiḥ।

asyāḥ sthālyāḥ prāntaḥ kṣīṇaḥ asti।

antam

culliḥ, aśmantam, uddhanam, adhiśrayaṇī, antikā, asamantam, uṣmānam, uddhāram, āndikā, uddhāni, aṅgāriṇī, aṅgāraguptiḥ, agnikuṇḍam   

mṛd-loha-iṣṭikādibhiḥ nirmitaṃ pākārtham agnipātram।

bhojanottapanārthaṃ mātā culliṃ prajvālayati।

antam

gṛham, geham, udvasitam, veśma, sadma, niketanam, niśāntam, natsyam, sadanam, bhavanam, agāram, sandiram, gṛhaḥ, nikāyaḥ, nilayaḥ, ālayaḥ, vāsaḥ, kuṭaḥ, śālā, sabhā, pastyam, sādanam, āgāram, kuṭiḥ, kuṭī, gebaḥ, niketaḥ, sālā, mandirā, okaḥ, nivāsaḥ, saṃvāsaḥ, āvāsaḥ, adhivāsaḥ, nivasati, vasati, ketanam, gayaḥ, kṛdaraḥ, gartaḥ, harmyam, astam, duroṇe, nīlam, duryāḥ, svasarāṇi, amā, dame, kṛttiḥ, yoniḥ, śaraṇam, varūtham, chardichadi, chāyā, śarma, ajam   

manuṣyaiḥ iṣṭikādibhiḥ vinirmitaṃ vāsasthānam।

gṛhiṇyā eva gṛhaṃ śobhate।

antam

sādyantam   

āditaḥ antaparyantam।

saḥ vṛttāntaṃ sādyantaṃ vyavṛṇvat।

antam

upāntam, upāntabhāgaḥ   

āyateḥ antaḥ।

bhavatyāḥ śāṭikāyāḥ upāntaṃ kaṇṭake lagnam।

antam

andhaḥkāraḥ, tamaḥ, timiram, timisram, tamasam, dhvāntam, nirālokatā, sāndhaḥkāratvam, niṣprabhatā, andham, śārvaram, rātrivāsaḥ, niśācaram, bhūcchāyā, khaluk   

prakāśasya abhāvaḥ।

sūryāstād anantaram andhaḥkāraḥ bhavati।

antam

nabhaḥ, gaganam, ākāśaḥ, ambaram, abhram, dyoḥ, dyauḥ, puṣkaram, antarīkṣam, antarikṣam, anantam, yuravartmam, khaṃ, viyat, viṣṇupadam, vihāyaḥ, nākaḥ, anaṅgaḥ, nabhasam, meghaveśma, mabāvilam, marudvartama, meghavartma, triviṣṭapam, abbhaṃ   

pṛthivyāḥ ūrdhvaṃ dṛśyamānaḥ avakāśaḥ।

vidyādharāḥ nabhasi carantiḥ।

antam

keśaraḥ, kesaraḥ, agnisekharaḥ, ambaram, asṛk, kanakagauram, kāntam, kāleyam, kāveram, kāśmīra, kucandanam, kusumātmakam, kesaravara, goravaḥ, gauram, ghasram, ghusṛṇam   

kṣupaviśeṣaḥ śītapradeśe jātaḥ kṣupaḥ yaḥ sugandhārthe khyātaḥ।

keśarāt prāptaḥ sugandhitaḥ padārthaḥ dhārmikakārye api upayujyate।

antam

tejomayaḥ, tejomayī, tejomayam, suprabhaḥ, suprabhā, suprabham, tejiṣṭhaḥ, tejiṣṭham, tejiṣṭhā, tejīyān, tejīyasī, tejīyaḥ, atitaijasaḥ, atitaijasī, atitaijasam, atiśobhanaḥ, atiśobhānā, atiśobhanam, atidīptimān, atidīptimat, atidīptimatī, atikāntimān, atitejasvī, atitejasvinī, atikāntimatī, atikāntamat, atiprabhāvān, mahātejāḥ, mahātejaḥ, mahāprabhaḥ, mahāprabhā, mahāprabham, ujjvalaḥ, ujjvalā, ujjvalam, śobhamānaḥ, śobhamānam, śobhamānā, śubhraḥ, śubhrā, śubhram, bhāsvān, bhāsantaḥ, bhāsantā, bhāsantam, bhāsantaḥ, bhānumān, bhāsuraḥ, bhāsurā, bhāsuram   

ābhāyuktaḥ।

tasya kumārasya tejomayaṃ mukhaṃ dṛṣṭvā saḥ uccakulajātaḥ iti vicārya ācāryaḥ taṃ śiṣyatvena svīkṛtavān।

antam

dūram, dūre, dūrataḥ, anikaṭam, asannikṛṣṭam, vidūrataḥ, dūraparyantam, ārāt, āke, parāke, parācaiḥ, āre, parāvataḥ   

dīrghe antare।

mama gṛham asmāt sthānāt atīva dūram asti।

antam

ākrāntamati   

yasya matiḥ adhikrāntā।

guruḥ śiṣyasya sevayā ākrāntamatiḥ abhavat।

antam

varṇanam, vṛtāntam   

kasyāpi sthiteḥ vistāreṇa lekhanaṃ kathanaṃ vā।

rāmacaritamānasaṃ tulasīdāsakṛtaṃ alaukikaṃ varṇanam asti।

antam

agnisikhaḥ, agnisekharaḥ, ambaram, asṛk, kanakagauram, kaśmīrajanma, kāntam, kāveram, kāśmīram, kāśmīrajanmā, kāśmīrasambhavam, kucandanam, kusumātmaka, kesaravaram, goravaḥ, gauram, ghasram, ghusṛṇam, ghoraḥ, javā, jāguḍam, dīpakaḥ, dīpakam, nakulī, pāṭalam, piṇyākaḥ, piṇyākam, piśunam, pītakāveram, pītacandanam, pītikā, pītakam, pītanam, puṣparajaḥ, priyaṅgum, bālhikam, bāhlika, raktam, raktacandanam, raktasaṃjñam, raktāṅgam, rañjanaḥ, rudhiram, rohitam, lohitacandanam, vareṇyam, varṇam, varṇyam, vahniśikham, vahniśekharam, veram, śaṭham, śoṇitam, saṃkocam, saṃkocapiśunam, surārham, sūryasaṃjñam, saurabham, haricandanam   

puṣpe vartamānaḥ strīliṅgī avayavaviśeṣaḥ yaḥ keśa sadṛśaḥ asti।

agnisikhaḥ kṣapasya jananāṅgena sambadhitaḥ asti।

antam

candanam, candrakāntam, tilaparṇakam, bhadraśrayam, varṇakadāru   

vṛkṣasya sugandhitaṃ kāṣṭhaṃ yad gharṣitvā śarīre lepaṃ kurvanti।

candanaṃ śarīrasya kṛte śītalatākārī asti।

antam

duḥkhāntam   

yasya nāṭakasya antaṃ duḥkhapūrṇam asti।

grīkadeśasthena kavinā homareṇa naikāni duḥkhāntāni nāṭakāni likhitāni।

antam

aviśrāntam   

vinā viśrameṇa।

saḥ aviśrāntaṃ kārye magnaḥ।

antam

sāyam, sandhikālaḥ, sandhyāsamayaḥ, pitṛprasūḥ, sandhā, dvijamaitrau, dināntam, niśādi, divasātyayam, sāyāhnaḥ, vikālaḥ, brahmabhūtiḥ, sāyaḥ   

kālaviśeṣaḥ- saḥ samayaḥ yaḥ dinasya ante tathā ca rātreḥ ārambhe asti।

sāyaṃ samaye prāpte saḥ gṛhāt nirgataḥ।

antam

kṛdantam   

saṃskṛtavyākaraṇe kṛtpratyayena yuktāḥ śabdāḥ।

pac-dhātoḥ kṛdantaṃ pācakaḥ।

antam

hemantaḥ, hemantam, haimanaḥ, uṣmāsahaḥ, śaradantaḥ, himāgamaḥ   

śītakālaḥ yat agrahāyaṇapauṣamāsātmakaḥ।

hemante kasmiṃścit sthāne himapātaḥ bhavati।

antam

tāvatparyantam   

samayāvadhyavadhāraṇam।

ahaṃ tāvatparyantaṃ na bhokṣye yāvatparyantaṃ pitāmahī na āgamiṣyati।

antam

yāvatparyantam   

samayāvadhyavadhāraṇam।

yāvatparyantaṃ kāryaṃ na samāpyate tāvatparyantam ahaṃ gṛhaṃ na gacchāmi।

antam

vedāntam, vedāntaśāstram, vedāntadarśanam   

ṣaṭdarśaneṣu ekaṃ yasmin pāramārthikāyāḥ sattāyāḥ vivecanam asti।

gurumātā vedāntaṃ jānāti।

antam

bhṛśam, atīvam, atitarām, ativelam, atiśayanam, udgāḍham, uccakaiḥ, atyantam, nikāmam, param, paramataḥ   

atyadhikamātrayā।

śarīravedanā rugṇaṃ bhṛśam apīḍayat।

antam

anantamūlaḥ, gopī, gopavallī, anantā, śyāmā, utpalaśārivā, śārivā   

ekā bahuvarṣīyā auṣadhīyā latā yā pañcapādebhyaḥ pañcadaśapādaṃ yāvat unnatā evaṃ karpūramilitacandanagandhinī ca।

anantamūlaḥ bhūmyāṃ prasarati athavā kamapi vṛkṣaṃ saṃśliṣya ārohati।

antam

pramādaḥ, skhalanam, vibhramaḥ, bhrāntam, mithyājñānam   

ajñānena sañjātam doṣapūrṇam ācaraṇam।

bhagini mama pramādaḥ kṣamyatām ।

antam

bhrāntam   

khaḍgayuddhasya dvātriṃśati prakāreṣu ekaḥ।

khaḍgadharaḥ bhrānte nipuṇaḥ asti।

antam

alakam, ālam, tālakam, tālam, haritālam, godantam, visragandhikam   

ekaḥ pītavarṇīyaḥ khanijapadārthaḥ।

alakasya upayogaḥ bheṣaje bhavati।

antam

antaḥ, antam, samāptiḥ, niṣpattiḥ, siddhiḥ, paryantam, prāntaḥ, samantaḥ, pāraḥ, pāram, avasānam, paryavasānam, avasāyaḥ, avasādaḥ, avasannatā, sātiḥ, sāyaḥ   

kasyāpi vṛtāntasya kathanasya vā antimaṃ caraṇam yena tadviṣaye sarvaṃ jñāyate।

asya pustakasya antaṃ paṭhitvā eva ko'pi niṣkarṣaḥ śakyaḥ।

antam

vasantamāruḥ   

saṅgītaśāstre sampūrṇāyāḥ jāteḥ rāgaviśeṣaḥ।

saṅgītajñaḥ vasantamāruṃ gāyati।

antam

sumitrānandanapantamahodayaḥ   

hindībhāṣāyāḥ suprasiddhaḥ kaviḥ।

sumitrānandanapantamahodayasya janma kausānau abhavat।

antam

nikaṭatama, antaratama, upama, antama, nediṣṭhatama   

atyantaṃ nikaṭaḥ।

kutra asti nikaṭatamaṃ vimānapattanaṃ ।

antam

binajavādaprāntam   

libiyādeśasya prāntam।

rameśaḥ binajavādaprānte nivasati।

antam

pradāntam   

ekā śāstraśākhā ।

kośakāraiḥ pradāntaṃ varṇitam

antam

sāvantamiśraḥ   

ekaḥ puruṣaḥ ।

sāvantamiśrasya ullekhaḥ vivaraṇapustikāyām asti

antam

siddhāntamuktāvalīprakāśaḥ   

ekaḥ ṭīkāgranthaḥ ।

siddhāntamuktāvalīprakāśasya ullekhaḥ koṣe asti

antam

garbhaśrīkāntamiśraḥ   

ekaḥ lekhakaḥ ।

garbhaśrīkāntamiśrasya ullekhaḥ sarvadarśanasaṅgrahe vartate

antam

ṛkṣavantam   

ekaṃ nagaram ।

ṛkṣavantasya ullekhaḥ harivaṃśe asti

antam

kāntamiśra   

ekaḥ lekhakaḥ ।

kāntamiśrasya ullekhaḥ kośe vartate

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