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arpayati: neuter locative singular causative stem: arpayat.
arpayati: masculine locative singular causative stem: arpayat.
arpayati: third person singular present causative present class parasmaipada
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Devanagari
BrahmiEXPERIMENTAL
cl.1.3.5.P. ṛcchati-, iyarti-, ṛṇoti-, and ṛṇvati- (only Vedic or Veda) ; āra-, ariṣyati-, ārat-, and ārṣīt-, to go, move, rise, tend upwards etc. ; to go towards, meet with, fall upon or into, reach, obtain etc. ; to fall to one's share, occur, befall (with accusative) etc. ; to advance towards a foe, attack, invade ; to hurt, offend ; to move, excite, erect, raise, (/iyarti v/ācam-,he raises his voice ; st/omān iyarmi-,I sing hymns ) : Causal arpayati-, to cause to move, throw, cast etc. ; to cast through, pierce ; to put in or upon, place, insert, fix into or upon, fasten etc. ; to place on, apply etc. ; to direct or turn towards etc. ; to deliver up, surrender, offer, reach over, present, give etc. ; to give back, restore etc.: Vedic or Veda Intensive alarti- ; (2. sg. alarṣi- ) ; to move or go towards with speed or zeal: Class. Intensive A1. arāryate- () , to wander about, haste towards ; ([ confer, compare Greek , , etc.: Zendir: Latin or-ior,re-mus,aro: Gothic argan: Anglo-Saxon a1r:Old High German ruo-dar,ar-an: Lithuanian ir-ti,"to row";ar-ti,"to plough."]) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
abhitṛpCaus. -tarpayati- (pr. p. f. plural -tarp/ayantīḥ- ) to satiate, refresh. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
apatṛpCaus. -tarpayati-, to starve, cause to fast View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
dṛp cl.4 P. dṛpyati- (darpati-only ; future dr/apsyati-or darpiṣyati- ; darpitā-, ptā-,and draptā- ; perfect tense dadarpa-; Aorist adṛpat- ; adrāpsīt- Va1rtt. 7; adarpīt-and adārp sīt- ) to be mad or foolish, to rave ; to be extravagant or wild, to be arrogant or proud, to be wildly delighted. etc. ; to light, kindle, inflame (darpati-or darpayati- varia lectio for chṛd-): Causal darpayati-, to make mad or proud or arrogant View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nirṛ(Aorist -ārata- subjunctive -arāma- ; ind.p. -ṛtya- ), to go out or off, fall away from, be deprived of (ablative or genitive case) ; to separate, disjoin : Caus. -arpayati-, to cause to go to pieces or decay, to dissolve, destroy, ruin View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nyṛP. -ṛṇvati-, to lay down, put or place in (locative case) : Causal -arpayati-, to throw down View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
paritṛpCaus. -tarpayati-, to satiate or satisfy completely View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pratṛpCaus. -tarpayati-, to satiate, refresh, strengthen, satisfy View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pratyapasṛpCaus. -sarpayati-, to cause to go back, put to flight View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pratyṛCaus. -arpayati-, to cause to go towards, throw towards ; to fasten, fix, put on ; to render up, deliver back, restore, return ; to give again or anew View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samṛP. -iyarti-, -ṛṇoti-, -ṛṇvati-, or -ricchati- (in some forms also A1.;for -ṛcchati-, te-See ), to join together, bring to pass, bring about ; to bring together, drive together (3. sg. Aorist -ārata-; perf. p. -ārāṇa-) ; to be brought about ; to run together, hasten together towards (accusative or locative case), meet with (instrumental case), come into collision or conflict : Causal -arpayati-, te-, to throw at, hurl at (accusative), strike, hit ; to cause to come into conflict or collision ; to fix or place or insert in, put in or on or down etc., etc. ; to impose, enjoin ; to deliver over, consign, commit ; to send off, despatch (a messenger) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
saṃtṛpP. -tṛpṇoti-, or -tṛpyati-, to satiate or refresh one's self with (genitive case) : Causal -tarpayati-, to satiate, refresh, invigorate, gladden, delight etc. ; to feed on (instrumental case) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sṛp cl.1 P. () s/arpati- (Epic and mc. also te-; parasmE-pada s/arpat-[see sub voce, i.e. the word in the Sanskrit order ]and sarpamāṇa-; perfect tense sasarpa-[1. dual number sasṛpiva-] ; Aorist asṛpat- ; asṛpta- etc.; asārpsīt-or asrāpsīt- grammar; future sarptā-or sraptā- ; sarpsyati- ; srapsyati- etc.; infinitive mood sarpitum- etc.; sarptum-or sraptum- grammar; -s/ṛpas- ; ind.p. sṛptvā- ; -s/ṛpya- etc.; -sarpam- etc.) , to creep, crawl, glide, slink, move gently or cautiously (sarpata-,"depart!") etc. ; to slip into (accusative) ; (in ritual) to glide noiselessly and with bended body and hand in hand (especially from the sadas- to the bahiṣ-pavamāna-) : Passive voice sṛpyate- (Aorist asarpi-), to be crept etc. etc.: Causal sarpayati- (Aorist asīsṛpat-or asasarpat-), to cause to creep etc. (See ava--, anu-pra--, vi-sṛp-): Desiderative s/isṛpsati- (See ut-sṛp-): Intensive sarīsṛpyate- (), sarīsarpti-, parasmE-pada sarīsṛpat- (), to creep along or hither and thither, glide about etc. [ confer, compare Greek ; Latin serpere-;See also sarpa-.] View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
tṛp cl.4. t/ṛpyati- ([ etc.;metrically also te-]) cl.5. [Subj. 2. sg. tṛpṇ/avas- imperative ṇuhi-, ṇut/am- (See also /a-tṛpṇuvat-); noti- and gaRa kṣubhnādi-] cl.6. [2. sg. tṛmp/asi- imperative p/a-, patu-,etc. ; see Va1rtt. 1 ; tṛpati- ; perfect tense parasmE-pada A1. tātṛpāṇ/a- ; P. tatarpa-;3. plural tātṛpur- ; Aorist atṛpat- or atrāpsīt- vArttika; atarpīt-, atārpsīt- ; future 1st tarpiṣyati-(but see ), tarpsy-, trapsy-; Conditional atrapsyat- ; future 2nd tarpitā-, ptā-, traptā- on ] to satisfy one's self, become satiated or satisfied, be pleased with (genitive case instrumental case,or rarely locative case exempli gratia, 'for example' gnis tṛpyati kāṣṭhānām-,"fire is not satisfied with wood"; /atṛpyan brāhmaṇ/ā dh/anaiḥ-,"the brahman-s were pleased with wealth") etc. ; to enjoy (with ablative) ; to satisfy, please : cl.1. tarpati-, to kindle : Causal tarpayati-, rarely te- (imperfect tense atarpayat- etc.; parasmE-pada tarp/ayat- ; Aorist atītṛpat- ; /atītṛpāma- ; infinitive mood t/arpayitav/ai- ) to satiate, satisfy, refresh, gladden etc. ; A1. to become satiated or satisfied ; to kindle : Desiderative (subjunctive t/itṛpsāt-) to wish to enjoy : Causal Desiderative (Potential titarpayiṣet-) to wish to satiate or refresh or satisfy : Intensive tarītṛpyate-, tarītarpti-, trapti- ; ([ see tṛph-;.]) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
udṛP. -iyarti- (perfect tense 2. sg. -/ārithā- ; Aorist -ārat- ) A1. (Aorist -ārta- ) to start up, rise, come up ; to move up, raise, excite : Causal -arpayati-, to cause to rise or prosper View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
visṛpP. -sarpati- (mc. also A1.;Ved. infinitive mood -s/ṛpas-), to glide, move along or about, sneak, steal etc. ; to fly about (as arrows) ; to be scattered or dispersed ; to be spread or diffused over (accusative) etc. ; to spread, diffuse, divulge : Causal -sarpayati-, to spread, extend View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.








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