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plavate: third person singular present present class 1 ātmanepadaplu
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plab or plav- cl.1 A1. plabate-, plavate-, to go (varia lectio) (see plu-). View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
plav or plab- cl.1 A1. plabate-, plavate-, to go (varia lectio) (see plu-). View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
plu cl.1 A1. (; confer, compare ) pl/avate- (rarely P. ti-; perfect tense pupluve- etc., 3. plural vuḥ- ; Aorist aploṣṭa- etc., 2. plural aploḍhvam- ; preceding ploṣīṣṭa-, ; future ploṣyati-, te- etc.; ind.p. -pl/ūya- ; -plutya- etc.) , to float, swim etc. ; to bathe ; to go or cross in a boat, sail, navigate ; to sway to and fro, hover, soar, fly ; to blow (as the wind) ; to pass away, vanish by degrees (varia lectio) ; to be lengthened or prolated (as a vowelSee pluta-) ; (older form pru- q.v) to hop, skip, leap, jump, spring from (ablative) or to or into or over or upon (accusative) etc.: Causal plāvayati- (rarely te-,or plāvayati-; Aorist apiplavat- , apupl- grammar), to cause to float or swim, bathe, wash, inundate, submerge etc. ; to overwhelm id est supply abundantly with (instrumental case) ; to wash away, remove (guilt, sin etc.) ; to purify ; to prolate (a vowel) ; to cause to jump or stagger : Desiderative of Causal piplāvayiṣati- or puplāvayiṣati- : Desiderative puplūṣate- grammar : Intensive poplūyate-, to swim about or rapidly [ confer, compare Greek , ; Old Latin per-plovere; Latin pluit,pluvius; Lithuanian plauti; Anglo-Saxon flovan; German,flawjan,flawe7n,vlouwenetc.]
anvavaplu -plavate-, to dive after View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
āpluA1. -plavate- (Potential -pluvīta- [ varia lectio ],and -plavet-) to spring or jump towards or over, dance towards or over etc. ; to bathe, wash & etc. ; to immerse one's self etc. ; to bathe, wash another etc. ; to water, bedew, inundate ; to overrun etc.: Causal P. -plāvayati-, to wash or bathe any person or thing, cause to be bathed or washed etc. ; to bathe (one's self) ; to inundate, overwhelm, set in commotion etc. ; to dip, steep : A1. -plāvayate- idem or 'Nom. P. -pruṣāyati-, to besprinkle, bespeckle : A1. (imperfect tense 3. plural -pruṣāy/anta-) idem or '( pru-= plu-) A1. -pravate-, to spring up, jump up.' '
paripluA1. -plavate- (ind.p. -plutya- ; -plūya- ), to swim or float or hover about or through etc. ; to revolve, move in a circle ; to move restlessly, go astray ; to hasten forward or near : Causal -plāvayati- (ind.p. -plāvya-), to bathe, water View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
prapluA1. -plavate-, to go to sea (samudram-), float or sail away : Causal -plāvayati-, to cause to float or sail away ; to wash or flood with water View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samabhipluA1. -plavate-, to inundate, wash (See next) ; to overwhelm, cover View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samāpluA1. -plavate-, to immerse together, immerse in water, bathe ; to overflow, inundate, overwhelm ; to spring or rush upon (accusative) ; to come into violent collision with View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samparipluA1. -plavate-, to flow quite over, overflow (See past participle) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sampluA1. -plavate-, to flow or stream together, meet (as waters) ; to be heaped or massed together (as clouds) ; to founder, go down (as a ship) ; to fluctuate, waver (as the mind) : Causal -plāvayati- to cause to flow or mass together (as clouds) ; to melt into, mingle or merge with (instrumental case) ; to float over, inundate, submerge View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samutpluA1. -plavate-, to jump or leap up together, move by jumps View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
upanyāpluA1. -plavate-, to swim near View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
upapluP. -plavati-, to overflow, inundate ; to assault, invade, afflict ; to eclipse ; to rush upon, assail : A1. -plavate-, to swim on the surface (as a light object) commentator or commentary on ; to hang over, move aloft : Causal -plāvayati-, to irrigate, flood, water ; to float near (?) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
utplu(ud-plu-) A1. -plavate- (rarely P. -ti-), to swim upwards, emerge ; to draw near, approach (as clouds) ; to spring up, jump up or upwards, jump out, leap up etc. ; to jump over ; to bound commentator or commentary on ; to spring upon ; to rise, arise View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vipluA1. -plavate- (mc. also P.), to float asunder, drift about, be dispersed or scattered ; to fall into disorder or confusion, go astray, be lost or ruined, perish etc.: Causal -plāvayati-, to cause to swim or float about ; to spread abroad, make known, divulge ; to bring to ruin or calamity, waste, destroy ; (-plav-), to perplex, confuse, confound View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.








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