cl.1.c/odati-, te- (subjunctivec/odat-; imperativeda-, data-, dasva-,(2. dual number) dethām-; Aorist 2. sg.codīs-; pr. p.Seea-cod/at-), to impel, incite, animate ; to bring or offer quickly (as the soma-) ; A1. to hasten : Causalcod/ayati-, rarely te- (subjunctive 2. sg. yāsi-, yāse-; Aoristacūcudat-; parasmE-padacod/ayat-;Pan. codyamāna-), to sharpen, whet (confer, compare) ; ; to impel, incite, cause to move quickly, accelerate etc. ; (with cakṣus-) to direct (the eye) towards (locative case) ; to inspire, excite, animate ; to request, petition, ask, urge on, press or importune with a request etc. ; help on, assist in the attainment of (dative case) ; to bring or offer quickly, ; to ask for ; to inquire after ; to enjoin, fix, settle ; to object, criticise ; to be quick ; ([ confer, compare , ; Latin cudo.])
चुद् I. 1 U. (चोदयति-ते, चोदित) 1 To send, direct, throw forward, urge or drive on, push on; चोदयाश्वान Ś.1. -2 To prompt, inspire, impel, animate, excite; R.4.24. -3 To hasten, accelerate. -4 To question, ask. -5 To press with a request. -6 To put forward, adduce, as an argument or objection. -7 To enjoin, lay down; Ms.2.165. -8 To request, solicit. -9 To help on. -1 To bring or offer quickly. -11 To fix,
settle, direct. -12 To be quick. -II. 1 U. Ved. (चोदति- ते) 1 To impel, incite. -2 To offer quickly (Soma). -3 To hasten, be quick.
verb (class 1 ātmanepada) to animate (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
to bring or offer quickly (as the Soma) (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
to impel (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
to incite (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
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