cl.1 P.glāyati- (Epic also A1.te-; cl.2 P.glāti-; perf.jaglau-;2. jaglitha-and glātha-; A1.jagle- and ; Aoristaglāsīt-; subjunctive 2. sg.glāsīs-; precedingglāyāt-, gley-, glāsīṣṭa-), to feel aversion or dislike, be averse or reluctant or unwilling or disinclined to do anything (dative case [ ]or instrumental case [ ] or ablative [ ] or infinitive mood [ ]) ; to be languid or weary, feel tired, be exhausted, fade away, faint ; to be hard upon any one (accusative) : Causalglapayati- (-glāpayati-Seeava--, pra--, vi--; Epic also A1.te-, ; Aorist 2. sg.ajiglapas-), to exhaust, tire, be hard upon, injure, cause to faint or perish ; (with manas-) to make desponding ; (irreg. Potentialglapet-) to become cast down or desponding, .
ग्लै 1 P. (ग्लायति, ग्लान) 1 To feel aversion or dislike, be unwilling or disinclined to do anything (with inf.). -2 To be fatigued or wearied, feel tired or exhausted. -3 To despond, sink in spirit, be dejected; ना$वकल्प्यमिदं ग्लायेद् यत् कृच्छ्रेषु भवानपि Bk.19.17,6.12. -4 To wane, fade, faint away. -Caus. (ग्ल-ग्लपयति, but प्रग्लापयति) 1 To cause to fade away, wither up; ग्लपयति यथा शशाङ्कं न तथा हि कुमुद्वतीं दिवसः Ś.3.16; Ku.3.49. -2 To tire out, exhaust. -3 To injure, trouble, hurt. -4 To emaciate, waste; व्रतैः स्वमङ्गं ग्लपयन्त्यहर्निशम् Ku. 5.29; U.3.5.
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