भोगवत् a. 1 Giving pleasure or delight, delightful. -2 Happy, prosperous. -3 Having curves, ringed, coiled. -m. 1 A snake. -2 A mountain. -3 Dancing, acting, and singing together. -f. (-ती) 1 An epithet of the Ganges of Pātāla or the lower world (पातालगङ्गा); भोगवती च पाताले स्वर्गे मन्दाकिनी तथा Purāṇam; A. Rām. 6.9.8. -2 A female snake-demon; Mb.1.171.38. -3 N. of the city of the snake-demons in the lower world; आत्मतुल्यबलैर्गुप्तां नागैर्भोगवतीमिव Bhāg.1.11.11. -4 The night of the second day of a lunar month.
a. possessed of coils (serpent); m. serpent, Nâga: -î, f. female serpent; City of Serpents (in the lower re gions); 2. -vat, a. affording enjoyment, de lightful, leading an enjoyable life: -î, f. N. of the city of Uggayinî in the Dvâpara age; night of the second lunar day in a month; -varman, m. N.; -vastu, n. object of enjoy ment; -vâsa, m. sleeping apartment; -sena, m. N.; -½âyatana, n. seat of enjoyment; -½âvalî, f. panegyric poem by a professional panegyrist.
noun (feminine) a serpent-nymph (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of one of the Mātṛs attending on Skanda (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the city of the serpent-demons in the subterranean regions (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the sacred river of the serpent-demons (or a Tirtha in that river sacred to the serpent-king) (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
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