aś अश्

Definition: (in classical Sanskrit only) A1. aśnute- (Aorist 3. plural āśiṣata- ; perf. ānaśe- Vedic forms are: aśnoti-,etc.; subjunctive aśnavat-,etc.; Aorist P. ānaṭ- (2. & 3. sg.,frequently in )and A1. aṣṭa-or /āṣṭa-,3. plural āśata-(frequently in )or /ākṣiṣur-[ ] subjunctive /akṣat-[ ] Potential 1. plural aśema- preceding aśyās-(2. & 3. sg.) etc. Potential A1.1. sg. aśīya-and plural aśīmahi-, Imper. aṣṭu-[ ]; perf. ānaṃśa-(thrice in )or ānāśa-[ ] or āśa-[ ] , 2. plural ānaś/a-3. plural ānaś/uh-(frequently in )or āśuh-[ ] A1. ānaś/o- subjunctive 1. plural a anaśāmahai-[ ] Potential 1. sg. ānasyām-, parasmE-pada ānaśān/a-[ ];Inf. aṣṭave- ) to reach, come to, reach, come to, arrive at, get, gain, obtain etc. ; (said of an evil, aṃhati-, /aṃhas-, gr/āhi-) to visit ; to master, become master of. ; to offer ; to enjoy ; to pervade, penetrate, fill ; to accumulate : Desiderative aśiśiṣate- Intensive aśāśyate-


Dictionary: Monier-Williams
Literary Sources: Bhat2t2., Pa1n2. 7-4 , 72., RV., RV., RV. i , 163 , 10, RV. x , 11 , 7, VS., RV., RV. vi , 16 , 26, RV. viii , 47 , 6, RV., RV. iv , 33 , 4, RV. viii , 27 , 22, AV., RV. iv , 30 , 19, RV., RV., AV. vi , 113 , 1, RV., RV., MBh. xii , 12136, Naigh., Bhat2t2. ii , 30, L., Pa1n2. 7-2 , 74, Pa1n2. 3-1 , 22, Pat.
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