a. having the stolen pro perty with him=in his possession (thief); (son) brought with the wife (i. e. begotten by another father but born after the marriage); -½utthâyin, a. rising together, conspiring with, m. confederate of (g., --°ree;); -½udara, a. (â, î) born of the same womb, uterine; m. uterine brother, f. uterine sister; fig.=the image of (g., --°ree;); -½upapati-vesman, a. liv ing with his wife's paramour.
Is apparently in the Kāthaka Samhitā the name of a prince who celebrated the Rājasūya, or ‘ royal consecration.’ Von Schroeder quotes in support of Jaitrāyana as a proper name the derivative Jaitrāyani, ‘descendant of Jaitra/ formed according to the Gana harηādi, which is referred to by Pānini; but it should be noted that in the parallel passage of the Kapisthala Samhitā the reading is different, and no proper personal name appears, the subject being Indra, the god. This reading seems much more probable, for the verse should be general, and suit every king performing the rite.
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