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Grammar Search
"sudina" has 1 results
sudina: neuter vocative singular stem: sudina
Monier-Williams Search
6 results for sudina
Devanagari
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sudinamf(ā-)n. clear, bright (as a day or morning) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sudinan. a clear or fine or auspicious day etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sudinan. happy time, happiness (equals sukha-) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sudinan. Name of a tīrtha- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sudinaf. clear weather View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sudinatvan. state of fine weather, an auspicious time View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
Macdonell Search
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sudina a. (RV.) clear, bright (day, morning); n. (V., C.) bright sky, fine day, clear weather; good day, happy time: -tâ, f. clear weather, -tva, n. brightness (of days), fig. happy time (RV.); -dív, a.shining brightly (Agni; RV.); -divá, n. beautiful day (AV.); -divasa, n. id. (C.); -dîtí, f. bright flame (RV.); a. brilliant, flaming (RV.); -dîrgha, a. very long (of time and space); -duhkha, a. very laborious or diffi cult, to (inf.): -m, ad. very sorrowfully; -duhkhita, pp. greatly afflicted, very unhappy; -dukûla, a. made of very fine ma terial; -dúgha, a. (V.) milking well (cow); nourishing, bountiful: â, f. good milch-cow (V.); -durgaya, a.very hard to overcome or conquer; m. kind of military array; -dur bala, a. extremely weak; -durbuddhi, a. very foolish; -durmanas, a. very despon dent; -durlabha, a. very hard to obtain; very difficult to (inf.); -duskara, a. very inaccessible; very hard to perform (penance); -duhsrava, a. very unpleasant to hear; -dushprasâdhya, fp. very hard to over come; -dustara, a. very difficult to cross; very hard to perform; -duhsaha, a.very difficult to bear; invincible; -duha, a. willingly milked (cow); -dûra, a. very distant: -m or °ree;--, ad. very far; greatly, altogether, very; ab. from afar; (sú)-dridha, pp. very firm or strong; -retentive (memory); vehe ment, intense; -dris, a. (f. C. id.; V. -î) keen-sighted (V., C.); fair, considerable (RV.); fair-eyed, gnly. f. (fair-eyed) woman (C.); -drishta, a. keen-sighted; -devá, m. good or true god (V.); a. (V.) favoured by the gods; meant for the right gods; m. N.; -devyã, n. host of the good gods (RV.); -dyút, a. shin ing brightly (RV.); -dyumná, a. id. (RV.1); m. (C.) N.; -dviga, a. having beautiful teeth; -dhánvan, a. having an excellent bow; m. a mixed caste (offspring of outcast Vaisya); N.; assembly hall of the gods; -dharman, a. practising justice; m. assembly hall of the gods; -dharmâ, f. id.
Bloomfield Vedic
Concordance
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adhā sūribhyaḥ sudinā vy uchān # RV.7.18.21d.
ahāny asmai sudinā bhavanti (TB. bhavantu) # RV.7.11.2d; TB.3.6.8.2d.
ahā yad indra sudinā vyuchān # RV.7.30.3a.
iḍāyās pade sudinatve ahnām # RV.3.23.4b.
uchann uṣasaḥ sudinā ariprāḥ # RV.7.90.4a; AB.5.18.8; Aś.8.10.1.
jāto jāyate sudinatve ahnām # RV.3.8.5a; MS.4.13.1a: 199.11; AB.2.2.24; KB.10.2; TB.3.6.1.3a; Aś.3.1.9. P: jāto jāyate śś.5.15.3.
putrā no adya sudinatve ahni # AVP.11.11.3c.
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sudina noun (neuter) a clear or fine or auspicious day (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
happiness (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
happy time (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of a Tirtha (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

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Wordnet Search
"sudina" has 1 results.

sudina

sudinam, sukham   

sukhayuktaḥ kālaḥ।

sarveṣāṃ sudināni atiyanti eva।

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