P. (imperative 2. sg./ā-bhaja-; perfect tense/ā-babhāja-; Aoristsubjunctive 2. sg./ā-bhāg-) A1. (imperative 2. sg. /ā-bhajasva-,etc.) to cause to share or partake ; to help any one to anything, let any one have anything etc. ; to revere, respect : Causal (imperative 2. sg.-bhājayasva-) to cause to partake commentator or commentary on
(sic-) P., rarely A1. (exempli gratia, 'for example') to sprinkle, water, wet (pr. p.-siñc/at-), etc. ; to consecrate, anoint, appoint by consecration etc.: A1. (Imper. 2. sg.-ṣiñcasva-,sometimes varia lectioPassive voice-ṣicyasva-) to consecrate one's self or have one's self consecrated : A1. or Passive voice to bathe : CausalP. to water, wet : P. (rarely ā-.) to consecrate, anoint : A1. (with or without[ ] ātmānam-) to have one's self consecrated: Desiderative-ṣiṣikṣati- and Intensive-sesicyate- and commentator or commentary
A1.-pyāyate- (imperative/ā-pyāyasva-; Aoristsubjunctive 1. pluralā-pyāyiṣīmahi-) to swell, increase ; to grow larger or fat or comfortable ; to thrive ; to become full or strong ; to abound etc. ; to make full ; to enlarge, strengthen : Causal/ā-pyāyayati- (; Aoristsubjunctive/ā-pīpayan-) to cause to swell ; to make full, fill up ; to enlarge ; to cause to grow, increase ; to make fat or strong or comfortable ; to confirm etc. ; to help forward ; to cause to increase or get the upper hand (exempli gratia, 'for example' a disease)
cl.9 P. A1. () prīṇ/āti-, prīṇīt/e- ; cl.4 A1. () prīyate- (rather Passive voice; Epic and mc. also ti-and priyate-, ti-; perfect tensepipriy/e-, parasmE-padayāṇ/a-subjunctivepipr/ayat-; imperativepipr/ayasva-or prīh/i-; Aoristapraiṣīt-subjunctivepr/eṣat-; apreṣṭa-grammar; futurepreṣyati-, te-, pretā-) P. to please, gladden, delight, gratify, cheer, comfort, soothe, propitiate etc. ; (mostly A1.prīyate-) to be pleased or satisfied with, delight in, enjoy (genitive caseinstrumental caselocative case or ablative) ; (A1.; Epic and mc. also P.and pri-) to like, love, be kind to (accusative) : Causalprīṇayati- (prāpayati-, prāyayati-), to please, delight gratify, propitiate etc. ; to refresh, comfort : Desiderativep/iprīṣati-, to wish to please or propitiate : Intensivepeprīyate-, peprayīti-, pepreti-grammar ([ confer, compareGothic frijo7n,frijo7nds; German friunt,freund; Anglo-Saxon freo4nd; English friend; Slavonic or Slavonian prijati; Lithuanian pre0teliusetc.])
A1.-jayate- (rarely ti-; see), to conquer, win or acquire by conquest etc. ; to vanquish, defeat, subdue, overpower, master, control etc. ; to be victorious or superior etc. ; (often in respectful salutation exempli gratia, 'for example'vi-jayasva rājan-,"be victorious"or"hail to thee, O king!") to contend victoriously with (instrumental case) ; to excel in (instrumental case) ; to be about to conquer, go to victory : Causal (only Aoristvy-ajījayat-;but seevi-jāpayitṛ-) to conquer : Desiderative-jigīṣate- (rarely ti-), to strive for victory, wish to conquer or vanquish, attack, assail
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