प्रेत्य ind. Having departed (from this world), after death, in the next world; न च तत् प्रेत्य नो इह Bg.17.28; इह कीर्तिमवाप्नोति प्रेत्य चानुत्तमं सुखम् Ms.2.9,26. -Comp. -जातिः f. position in the world to come. -भाज् a. enjoying the fruits of actions in the next world. -भावः the condition of soul after death; कथं मे प्रेत्यभावे$पि न तैः स्यात् सह संगमः Mb.1.36.12. -भाविक a. relating to प्रेत्यभाव; see पारलौकिक; प्रेत्यभाविकमीहन्ते ऐहलौकिकमेव च Mb.14.37.17.
gd. after dying, i.e. in the other world (opp. iha): -gâti, f. position in the next world; -bhâg, a. enjoying the fruits of anything after death; -bhâva, m. condition after death, future life: i-ka, a.relating to the condition after death.
indeclinable after death (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
having died (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
hereafter (opp. to iha) (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
in the life to come (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
in the next world (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
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