P.-rohati- (Aorist-rukṣat-and Vedic or Veda-ruhat-[ ]; infinitive mood-r/uham-) A1. (2. sg./ā-rohase-) to ascend, mount, bestride, rise up etc. ; to arise, come off, result etc. ; to venture upon, undertake ; to attain, gain etc.: Causal-rohayati- & -ropayati-, to cause to mount or ascend ; to raise etc. ; to string (a bow) etc. ; to cause to grow ; to plant etc. ; to place, deposit, fasten ; to produce, cause, effect ; to attribute etc.: DesiderativeP.-rurukṣati-, to wish to ascend or mount
P. (parasmE-pada-r/ohat-; ind.p.-ruhya-;also A1.exempli gratia, 'for example') to descend, alight, dismount ; "to descend from" id est to be deprived of (one's dominion, aiśvaryāt-) : Causal (imperfect tenseavāropayat-[ varia lectiorohayat-] ;Imper. 2. sg.-ropaya-pluralA1.-rohayadhvam-) to cause to descend, take down from (ablative): Passive voice-ropyate-, to be lowered or lessened
P.-rohati-, to come down again, descend from (ablative), alight upon (accusative) ; to descend (from a seat, chariot etc.) in honour of (accusative) ; to celebrate the festival called pratyavarohaṇa- : Causal-ropayat/i-, to bring down from, deprive of (ablative or instrumental case)
(confer, comparelup-) cl.4 P. () r/upyati- (perfect tenseruropa-Aoristarupat-etc. grammar), to suffer violent or racking pain (in the abdomen) ; to violate, confound, disturb : Causalropayati- (Aoristarūrupat-), to cause acute or violent pain ; to break off [ confer, compareLatin rumpere; Anglo-Saxon reo4fan; German roubo7n,rauben; English reave.]
P.-rohati-, to ascend or rise to or upon (accusativelocative case,or upari-), mount, enter (accusative) etc. ; to advance towards or against (accusative) ; to enter upon, attain to, under. take, begin (with tulām-,"to become like or similar") etc.: Causal-rokayati-, or -ropayati-, to cause to mount or ascend (two accusative or accusative and locative case) etc. ; to cause to rise (a star) ; to place upon, impose ; to lift up, erect, raise (literally and figuratively) etc. ; to place in or among (accusative) ; to deposit (the sacred fire) in (accusative or locative case) ; to string (a bow) ; to deliver over, entrust or commit to (locative case) ; to ascribe, attribute, transfer to (locative case) : DesiderativeSee next.
P.-rohati-, to grow together, grow up, increase ; to grow over, be cicatrized, heal etc. ; to break forth, appear : Causal-ropayati-, to cause to grow or increase, plant, sow ; to cause to grow over or cicatrize ; -rohayati-Seesaṃ-rohaṇa- below.
P.-rohati-, to grow out, shoot forth, sprout, bud : Causal-rohayati-, or -ropayati-, to cause to grow ; to thrust out, remove, expel : Passive voice-ropyate-, to be planted ; to be caused to grow over, healed (Seevi-ropita-).
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