(m.) n. Kubera's car: -vimâna, n. id.; -karanda, n. flower-basket: -½udyâna, n. N. of a pleasure-garden near Uggayinî; -kâla, m. flower-time, spring; time of menstruation; -granthana, n.weav ing of a wreath of flowers; -kâpa, m. bow of flowers, Kâma's bow; m. (having a bow of flowers), Kâma; -danta, m. Flower-tooth, N. of an attendant of Siva; n. N. of a temple; -dâman, n. garland of flowers; -dha,m. (√ dhâ) son of an outcast Brâhman; -dhanus or -dhanvan, m. (having a bow of flowers), Kâma; -nyâsa, m. offering of flowers; -pata, m. flowery cloth; -pattrin, a. having flowers for arrows; -pura, n., -purî, f.Flower-city, ep. of Pâtaliputra; -phala, n. flowers and fruits; -bali, m. of fering of flowers; -bâna, m. (flower-arrowed), Kâma; -bha&ndot;ga, m. festoon of flowers; -bhû ti, m. N. of a prince; -maya, a. (î) formed orconsisting of flowers; -mâtham, abs. with √ math, crush like a flower; -mâlâ, f. gar land of flowers; -mitra, m. N. of two princes; -megha, m. cloud raining flowers; -meghî kri, turn into a cloud raining flowers; -rak ta, a. red like the flower of (--°ree;); -ratha, m. pleasure-car; -râga, m. (flower-hued), topaz; -lâvî, f. flower-picker, weaver of garlands, flower-seller; -vat, 1. ad. like a flower; 2. a. flowering, adorned with flowers: -î, f.menstruating; -vartman, m. hidden name of Drupada; -varsha, m. N. of a mountain; n. rain of flowers; -vâtikâ or -vâtî, f. flower garden; -vrishti, f. rain of flowers; -venî, f. garland of flowers; -sayyâ, f. couch of flowers;-sarâsana, m. (having a bow of flowers), Kâma; -silîmukha, m. (flower arrowed), id.; -sekhara, m. garland of flowers; -sâyaka, m. (flower-arrowed), Kâ ma; -hâsa, m. (laughing with flowers), flower garden.
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