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A Practical Sanskrit Dictionary

p159.htm

by A. A. Macdonell, 1893,
http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MDScan/index.php?sfx=jpg 1929.
Nataraj ed., 1st in 2006, 2012

Edited, with additions from Pali sources, by U Kyaw Tun (UKT) (M.S., I.P.S.T., USA) and staff of Tun Institute of Learning (TIL) . Not for sale. No copyright. Free for everyone. Prepared for students and staff of TIL  Computing and Language Center, Yangon, MYANMAR :  http://www.tuninst.net , http://www.softguide.net.mm , www.romabama.blogspot.com

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{pa}
  p158c3-b13
{pa-ka.}
  p159-c1
{pa-hka.} in Skt-Dev form: क्ष
{pa-nga.} in {king:si:}-form
{pa-sa.} : palatal
{pa-Ta.}
  p159-c2 
{pa-HTa.}
{pa-Na.}
  p159-c3 
{pa-ta.}

UKT notes :
• Indian moth, Actias selene

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{pa}

p158c3-b13

{pa-ka.}

• पाक paka [ 1. pấk-a ] ( p159c1-top )
-- ¹ a. [in process of ripening, immature: √pak; or pā-ka,
sucking], quite ( p158c3 end )  young; simple, ignorant, honest; m. young of an animal.

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p159-c1

p159c1-b01

• पाक paka [ 2. pāk-a ]
-- ² m. (--°, a. ī) cooking, baking; boiling (int.); baking (of bricks and earthen ware); digestion; ripening, maturing; appearance of consequences (of an action), accomplishment, fulfilment; result; maturity, full development; N. of a demon: -kriyā, f. cooking; -ga, a. produced by cooking or baking: -tva, n. abst. ɴ.

p159c1-b02

• पाकत्रा pakatra [ pāka-trấ ]
-- ad. in simplicity or sincerity, guilelessly.

• पाकदूर्वा pakadurva [ pāka-dūrvấ ]
-- f. young millet-grass; -bhānda, n. cooking-pot; -yaa, m. simple or baked offering.

p159c1-b03

• पाकल pakala [ pāka-la ]
-- a. quite black; m. elephant-fever.

• पाकशासन pakasasana [ pāka-sāsana ]
-- m. chastiser of the demon Pāka, ep. of Indra; -sāstra, n. art of cookery.

p159c1-b04

• पाकागार pakagara [ pāka‿āgāra ]
-- n. (?) kitchen.

p159c1-b05

• पाक्या pakya [ pākyātilda; ]
-- f. simplicity: only in. (pākyātilda;), in simplicity or ignorance.

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{pa-hka.} in Skt-Dev form: क्ष

p159c1-b06

• पाक्षपातिक paksapatika [ pāksha-pātika ]
-- a. partial, partisan (speech).

p159c1-b07

• पाक्षिक paksika [ pāksh-ika ]
-- a. (ī) partisan; alternative, optional, applicable in certain cases only.

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{pa-nga.} in {king:si:}-form

p159c1-b08

• पाङ्क्त pankta [ pấṅkta ]
-- a. consisting of five parts, fivefold; composed in paṅkti metre.

p159c1-b09

• [pāṅktī-hari]
-- m. N.

p159c1-b10

• पाङ्क्तेय pankteya [ pāṅkteya ]
-- a. worthy to belong to a society.

• [pāṅktya]
-- a. id.

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{pa-sa.} : palatal

p159c1-b11

• पाचक pacaka [ pāk-aka ]
-- a. (ikā) cooking, baking; digestive; maturing; -ana, a. causing to cook, dissolvent, digestive.

p159c1-b12

• [pāga]
-- -ka , m. N.

• पाजस् pajas [ pấg-as ]
-- n. vigour; brightness, sheen.

p159c1-b13

• पाञ्चजन्य pancajanya [ pāńka-gan-ya ]
-- a. relating to the five races; m. Krishna's conch (taken from the demon Pańkagana); -nada, a. prevailing in the Panjāb; m. prince of Pańkanada: pl. the people of Pańkanada; -bhautika, a. consisting of or containing the five elements: with ādānam, n. reception of the five elements; -yaika, a. belonging or relating to the five sacrifices; -sara, a. (ī) belonging to Kāma (the five-arrowed).

p159c1-b14

• पाञ्चाल pancala [ pāńkāla ]
-- a. (ī) referring or belong ing to --, ruling over the Pańkālas; m. prince of the Pańkālas: pl. the Pańkālas; ī, f. princess of the Pańkālas, sp. Draupadī; (a)-putrikā, f. ep. of Draupadī.

p159c1-b15

• पाञ्चालिका pancalika [ pāńkāl-ikā ]
-- f. doll.

• पाञ्चिग्राम pancigrama [ pāńki-grāma ]
-- m. N. of a village.

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{pa-Ta.}

p159c1-b16

• पाट pata [ pāta ]
-- m. section; musical performance(?): -ka, m. divider, render.

p159c1-b17

• पाटच्चर pataccara [ pātak-kara ]
-- m. thief, robber.

p159c1-b18

• पाटन patana [ pāt-ana ]
-- n. ripping or cutting up; cleaving; rending; bursting open; -anīya, fp. to be torn to pieces.

p159c1-b19

• पाटल patala [ pātala ]
-- a. pale-red; m. pale-red, rose colour; the tree bearing the trumpet-flower (Bignonia suaveolens): ā, f. id.; n. and f. the trumpet-flower; (a)-kīta, m. kind of insect.

p159c1-b20

• पाटलय patalaya [ pātala-ya ]
-- den. P. colour pale-red.

• पाटलावती patalavati [ pātalā-vat-ī ]
-- f. ep. of Durgā; N. of a river.

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p159-c2

p159c2-top

• पाटलि patali [ pātali ]
Skt: -- f. (also ī) trumpet-flower tree (Bignonia suaveolens): ī, f. N. of a town; N. of a princess; (i)-ka, n. N. of a town (=Pātaliputra).
Pal: {pa-Ta.la.} - Note: different sp. from Skt-Dev
- - UHS-PMD0657
Bur: {ža.hkwut} - n. the trumpet flower, Dolichandrone spathacea -- MED2006-485

UKT from UHS: mfn. whitish-red appearance, pink color. n. {ža.hkwut}-fruit.
UKT note: Botanical Names of Myanmar Plants of Importance, Agri. Dept., Govt. of Union of Myanmar, 2000, entry: 23-0578 : http://www.tuninst.net/MyanMedPlants/indx-DB.htm, 120808, gives the followin entries of interest :
• 23-0578: {zi-za.wa} - Bignonia magnifica - Bignoniaceae
• 56-1503: {ža.hkwut} - Dolichandrone spathacea  - Bignoniaceae
The Bur-Myan names needs further checking.

23-0578 {zi-za.wa} - Bignonia magnifica Bignoniaceae
56-1503 {tha.hkwut}   Dolichandrone spathacea Bignoniaceae

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p159c2-b01

• पाटलिन् patalin  [ pātal-in ]
-- a. furnished with trumpet flowers.

p159c2-b02

• पाटलिपुत्र pataliputra [ pātali-putra ]
-- n. N. of the capital of Magadha or Behar, the Palibothra of the Greeks, near the modern Patna at the old confluence of the Sone and Ganges; m. pl. the inhabitants of Pātaliputra: -ka, n. id., -nāmadheya, a. named Pātaliputra.

p159c2-b03

• पाटलिमन् pataliman [ pātal-i-man ]
-- m. pale-red, rose colour.

• [pātalī-kri]
-- colour red

• पाटलोपल patalopala [ pātala‿upala ]
-- m. ruby.

p159c2-b04

• पाटव patava [ pātav-į ]
-- n. acuteness; skill, cleverness, in (lc.); precipitation in (--°); -ika, a. clever, crafty.

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{pa-HTa.}

p159c2-b05

• पाठ patha [ pāth-a ]
-- m. recital; study; text; reading (of a text): -ka, m. reciter, reader; student; scholar, teacher (of, --°); -na, n. instructing; -vat, a. learned, erudite.

p159c2-b06

• पाठिन् pathin [ pāth-in ]
-- a. having studied, conversant with (--°).

• [pāthīna]
-- m. kind of fish

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{pa-Na.}

p159c2-b07

• पाण pana [ pāna ]
-- m. stake at play.

• पाणविक panavika [ pānavika ]
-- a. belonging to a drum.

p159c2-b08

• पाणि pani [ pānķ ]
-- m. [pal-ni] hand: -m grah, take the hand (of a girl), marry; -m dā, give her hand in marriage, wed; --°, a. holding -in one's hand: -ka, a. --°=pāni; -kā, f. kind of song.

p159c2-b09

• पाणिगत panigata [ pāni-gata ]
-- pp. as good as held in one's very hand; -graha, m. taking the hand (of a girl), marriage: -kara, m. taker of the hand, lawful husband; -grahana, n. marriage: i-ka, a. relating to --; -grāha: -ka, m. hand-grasper, bridegroom; husband; -grāh am, abs. taking by the hand; -kāpala or -kāpalya, n. fidgetting with the hands; -ga, m. finger-nail; -tala, n. palm of the hand.

p159c2-b10

• [pānin]
-- --°, a. = pāni

p159c2-b11

• पाणिनि panini [ pānini ]
-- m. N. of the great grammarian by whom classical Sanskrit is dominated: ī-ya, a. relating to or composed by Pānini; m. adherent of Pānini; n. Pānini's grammar.

p159c2-b12

• पाणिपात्र panipatra [ pāni-pātra ]
-- a. using the hand as a drinking vessel, drinking out of the hand; -pīdana, n. pressing the hand (of a girl), marriage; -puta, m. hollowed hand: -ka, m. (?) id.; -pūra, a. filling the hand: -‿anna, n. handful of food; -pranay-in, a. longing for the hand: (i)-tā, f. abst. ɴ.: -m samupā gata, pp.=grasped by the hand (sword); -pra- nayinī, f. beloved of his hand, wife; -mat, a. having hands; -mita, pp. to be spanned by the hands.

p159c2-b13

• पाण्डर pandara [ pānd-ara ]
-- a. pale yellow, whitish, white.

• [pāndar-in]
-- m. kind of monk

p159c2-b14

• पाण्डव pandava [ pāndav-a ]
-- m. pat. of Pāndu: pl. the five sons of Pāndu or the adherents of the Pāndavas; a. (ī) belonging to the sons of Pāndu.

p159c2-b15

• पाण्डित्य panditya [ pāndit-ya ]
-- n. scholarship, learning, erudition, wisdom; cleverness; skill, talent.

• पाण्डिमन् pandiman [ pānd-i-man ]
-- m. paleness.

p159c2-b16

• पाण्डु pandu [ pānd-ś ]
-- a. (f. id.) yellowish white, whitish, pale; m. N. of a sovereign of ancient ( p159c2 end ) ( p159c3-top )
Delhi, a son of Vyāsa and brother of Dhritarāshtra; -kkhāya, a. white-coloured; -tā, f. yellowish white colour, paleness; -nanda na, m. son of Pāndu; -pattra, n. yellow (= withered) leaf; -putra, m. son of Pāndu; -bhūma, m. pale-coloured (chalky) soil.

 

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p159-c3

p159c3-b01

• पाण्डुर pandura  [ pāndu-ra ]
-- a. whitish, white, pale: -tā, f. white colour; -ya, den. P. colour whitish yellow; i-ta, pp. coloured yellowish white; i-man, m. pale colour; ī-kri, colour yellowish white.

p159c3-b02

• पाण्डुलेख pandulekha [ pāndu-lekha ]
-- n. rough draft or copy (made with stylus or chalk); -loha, a. silver; -varna, a. pale-coloured; -sopāka or -saupāka, m. a mixed caste (offspring of Kāndāla and Vaidehī).

p159c3-b03

• पाण्ड्य pandya [ pāndya ]
-- m. pl. N. of a people in the Dekkan; sg. prince of the Pāndyas; N. of a mountain range.

p159c3-b04

• पाण्यास्य panyasya [ pāni‿āsya ]
-- a. whose mouth is his hand.

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{pa-ta.}

p159c3-b05

• पात pata [ pāt-a ]
-- m. manner of flying, flight; throwing oneself into (lc.); fall, into (lc.), from (ab.); cast, shot, stroke; collapse, death; falling=direction (of the eye or gaze); drop (of blood); application (of ointment, of a knife); case, possibility; entrance, appearance; --°, falling from, to, into, upon or at: -ka, a. causing to fall (--°); (m.) n. crime or sin depriving of caste; -k-in, a. sinning; wicked; m. criminal.

p159c3-b06

• पातंग patanga [ pātam-ga ]
-- a. (ī) peculiar to the moth; brown.

See my note on Indian moth

p159c3-b07

• पातञ्जल patanjala [ pātańgala ]
-- a. composed by Patańgali; m. follower of the Yoga system of Patańgali; n. the Yoga system of Patańgali; the Mahābhāshya of Patańgali.

p159c3-b08

• पातन patana [ pāt-ana ]
-- a. felling; n. causing to fall, throwing down, casting (dice); striking off or down; dandasya --, infliction of the rod, chastisement; garbhasya -, causing a miscarriage; ī-ya, fp. to be cast or shot at (lc.).

p159c3-b09

• [pāt-ay-i-tri]
- m. castor of dice.

• पातव्य patavya [ pā-tavya ]
-- fp. 1. to be drunk; 2. to be protected.

p159c3-b10

• पाताल patala [ pātāla ]
-- (m.) n. under-world (conceived as a subterranean cavity or city in habited by serpents or demons); one of the seven hells; -ketu, m. N. of a prince of the Daityas; -tala, n. bottom of hell: -m yātu, let it go to hell.

p159c3-b11

• पातित्य patitya [ pātit-ya ]
-- n. loss of rank or caste.

• पातिन् patin  [ pāt-in ]
-- a. flying; alighting on (lc.); falling or sinking, in (--°); --°, arising, appearing (cloud); causing to or letting fall, felling, throwing down (--°).

• पातिव्रत्य pativratya [ pātivrat-ya ]
-- n. conjugal fidelity.

p159c3-b12

• [pā-trķ]
-- m. 1. drinker (of, g. or --°); 2. protector (of, ac., g., or --°)

• पातोत्पात patotpata [ pāta‿utpāta ]
-- m. pl. falls and rises, ups and downs.

p159c3-b13

• पात्र patra [ pā-tra ]
-- n. (drinking) vessel, bowl, cup; plate, dish; river-bed; receptacle; recipient; vessel of=person abounding in (g. or --°), master of (g.); fit or competent person, person worthy of or to (g., lc., inf., or --°); actor; actor's part; m. minister: -tā, f. condition of being a receptacle for (g. or --°); merit, fitness, capacity; -tva, n. id.; -stha, a. lying in a dish.

p159c3-b14

• पात्रय patraya [ pātra-ya ]
-- den. P. use as a drinking vessel.

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UKT notes

Indian Moth, Actias selene 

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Actias_selene 120809

The Indian Moon Moth or Indian Luna Moth (Actias selene) is a species of Saturniid moth from Asia. This species is popular among amateur entomologists and is often reared from eggs or cocoons that are available from commercial sources. They are also known to fly mainly at night.

UKT: More in Wikpedia article

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