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UKT: Remember, MW is giving transliterations. And when « ≫ago » follows « agu », it is not following the usual pattern. Why? Find if there are other similar cases before drawing conclusions.

 

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ag
ag cl. 1. P. agati, to move tortuously, wind L.: Caus. agayati L. ; √.aṅg
≫ aga 1
aga m. a snake in this sense perhaps rather a-ga L
• the sun L
• a water-jar L

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aga 2
a-ga mfn. (√gam). unable to walk Pāṇ. 6-3, 77 Sch
• m. a mountain
• a tree
• the number seven
⋙ agaja
○ja mfn. produced on a mountain, or from a tree
• (ā), f. N. of Pārvati, daughter of Himālaya
• (am), n. bitumen
⋙ agātmajā
agâtma-jā f. = aga-jā Kir
⋙ agāvaha
agâvaha m. N. of a son of Vasudeva, and of others Hariv
⋙ agāukas
agâukas m. 'mountain-dweller', a lion
• 'tree-dweller', a bird
• the Sarabha, q.v
≫ agaccha
a-gaccha mfn. not going L
• m. a tree L

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agaṇita
a-gaṇita mfn. uncounted
• inconsiderable VP
⋙ agaṇitapratiyāta
○pratiyāta mfn. returned without (or because of not) having been noticed Śiś
⋙ agaṇitalajja
○lajja mfn. disregarding shame

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agata
á-gata mfn. not gone
• (am), n. not yet frequented, the dominion of death AV
≫ agati
a-gati mfn. not going, halting, without resource, helpless, (is), f. stoppage R
• want of resort or resource, unsuccessfulness Vikr., not cohabiting with a woman
≫ agatika
a-gatika mf(ā)n. without resort or resources Kathās
⋙ agatikagati
○gati f. the resort of one who has no resort, a last resource Yājñ. i, 345
≫ agatika
a-gatika mf(ā)n. not to be walked on (as an evil path) MBh

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agada
a-gadá mfn. free from disease healthy RV. &c
• free from affliction, m. free dom from disease Mn
• a medicine, drug, (especially) antidote Mn
⋙ agadaṃkāra
agadaṃ-kāra m. a physician Naish
⋙ agadaveda
agada-veda m. medical science Car
≫ agadya
a-gadya Nom. P. agadyati, to have good health, (g. kaṇḍv-ādi, q.v.)
• to heal ib

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agadita
a-gadita mfn. untold
agandhā
a-gandhā mfn. without smell
agama
a-gama mfn. not going, unable to go, m. a mountain L.: a tree [ef. a-ga]
≫ agamya
a-gamya mfn. unfit to be walked in, or to be approached
• not to be approached (sexually)
• inaccessible
• unattainable [Page 4, Column 3]
• unintelligible
• unsuitable
⋙ agamyagā
○gā f. a woman who has illicit intercourse with a man VarBṛ
⋙ agamyarūpa
○rūpa mfn. of unsurpassed form
≫ agamyā
a-gamyā f. a woman with whom cohabitation is forbidden
⋙ agamyāgamana
○gamana n. illicit intercourse with a woman
⋙ agamyāgamanīya
○gamanīya mfn. relating to it Mn. xi, 169
⋙ agamyāgāmin
○gāmin mfn. practising it Gaut

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agarī
a-garī f. a kind of grass (Deotar, Andropogon Serratus) L
• [cf. garī.]
agaru
aga-ru us, u, mṇ. Agallochum, Amyris Agallocha
• cf. aguru
agartamit
á-garta-mit (cf. garta-mít), mfn. not buried in a hole ŚBr
≫ agartaskandya
a-garta-skandya mfn. 'not having holes to be lept over', not offering hindrances ŚāṅkhBr

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agarva
a-garva mfn. free from pride
agarhita
a-garhita mfn. undespised, unreproached, blameless
agavyūti
a-gavyūtí mfn. without good pasturage for cattle, barren RV. vi, 47, 20
agasti
agásti m. (according to Uṇ. iv, 179 fr. 2. a-ga, a mountain, and asti, thrower, √2. as). N. of a Ṛishi (author of several Vedic hymns
• said to have been the son of both Mitra and Varuṇa by Urvaśī
• to have been born in a water-jar
• to have been of short stature
• to have swallowed the ocean, and compelled the Vindhya mountains to prostrate themselves before him
• to have conquered and civilized the South
• to have written on medicine, &c.)
• the star Canopus (of which Agastya is the regent, said to be the 'cleanser of water', because of turbid waters becoming clean at its rising Ragh. xiii, 36)
• Agasti Grandiflora Suśr. [also -dru f. L.]
• (ayas), m. pl. the descendants of Agastya
• (ī), f. a female descendant of Agastya Pāṇ. 6-4, 149 Sch
≫ agastīya
agastīya mfn. relating to Agasti Pāṇ. 6-4, 149 Comm
≫ agastya
agástya (3, 4), m. = agásti
• N. of Śiva L
⋙ agastyagītā
○gītā ās f. pl. Agastya's hymns, forming part of the Ādi-vārāha-Purāṇa
⋙ agastyacāra
○cāra m. the path of Canopus
⋙ agastyamārga
○mārga m. the path of Agastya (Canopus), i.e. the South
⋙ agastyasaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. N. of an old compendium of the Tantra literature
⋙ agastyodaya
agastyôdaya m. the rising of Canopus
• the seventh day of the second half of Bhādra

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agā
a-gā ās mf. (Ved.) not going Pāṇ. 3-2, 67 Sch
agātṛ
a-gātṛ m. a bad singer TāṇḍyaBr
agādha
a-gādha mf(ā)n. not shallow, deep, unfathomable, m. a hole, chasm L
• N. of one of the five fires at the Svadhākāra Hariv
⋙ agādhajala
○jala mfn. having deep water, (am), n. deep water
⋙ agādharudhira
○rudhira n. a vast quantity of blood Daś
≫ agādhitva
a-gādhi-tva n. depth Comm. on Śiś. i, 55

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agāra
agāra (rarely as, m.), n. house, apartment [cf. āgāra]
⋙ agāradāhin
○dāhin m. 'house-burner an incendiary Gaut
≫ agārin
agārin mfn. possessing a house, (ī), m. a house holder, layman (cf an-agārin) Jain

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agira
agira m. (√ag), the sun L., fire L
• a Rākshasa L
agiraukas
á-girâukas mfn. (girā instr. of gir, and okas), not to be kept back by hymns, N. of the Maruts RV. i, 135, 9
agu
á-gu mfn. (fr. go with a), destitute of cows, poor RV. viii, 2, 14
• (us), m. 'destitute of rays', N. of Rāhu the ascending node
≫ ago
a-go f. not a cow PārGṛ
⋙ agotā
○tā (a gó), f. want of cows RV. AV

UKT: Remember, MW is giving transliterations. And when « ≫ago » follows « agu », it is not following the usual pattern. Why? Find if there are other similar cases before drawing conclusions.

 

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aguṇa
a-guṇa mfn. destitute of qualities or attributes (said of the supreme Being, cf. nirguṇa)
• destitute of good qualities
• m. a fault
⋙ aguṇatā
○tā f. or absence of qualities or of good qualities
⋙ aguṇatva
○tva n. absence of qualities or of good qualities
⋙ aguṇavat
○vat mfn. destitute of qualities
• without good qualities
⋙ aguṇavādin
○vādin mfn. fault-finding, censorious,
⋙ aguṇaśila
○śila mfn. of a worthless character

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agupta
a-gupta mfn. unhidden, unconcealed
• unprotected
• not keeping a secret
aguru
a-guru mfn. not heavy, light
• (in prosody) short as a short vowel alone or before a single consonant [Page 5, Column 1]
• (us, u), mṇ. the fragrant Aloe wood and tree, Aquilaria Agallocha
agūḍha
a-gūḍha mfn. unconcealed, manifest
⋙ agūḍhagandha
○gandha n. Asa Foetida
⋙ agūḍhabhāva
○bhāva mfn. having a transparent disposition

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agṛbhīta
á-gṛbhīta mfn. not seized or taken unsubdued RV. viii, 79, 1 TBr
⋙ agṛbhītaśocis
○śocis (ágṛbhīta-), mfn. 'having unsubdued splendour', N. of Agni and the Maruts RV. v, 54, 5 and 12 ; viii, 23, 1
• ('having inconceivable splendour' BR.)

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agṛha
a-gṛha mfn. houseless
⋙ agṛhatā
○tā f. houselessness TāṇḍyaBr

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agocara
a-gocara mfn. not within range, unattainable, inaccessible (cf. driṣṭy-agocara), impeceptible by the senses
• (am), n. anything that is beyond the cognizance of the senses
• Brahma
• the not being seen, absence
• (eṇa), instr. ind. out of the sight of any one (gen.), behind one's back Hit
agopā
á-gopā mfn. without a cowherd, not tended by one RV
agorudha
á-go-rudha mfn. not driving away the cow RV. viii, 24, 20
• ('not repelling or disdaining praise' Sāy.)
agohya
á-gohya (4), mfn. not to be concealed or covered, bright RV
agaukas
agaukas 2. a-ga
agdhād
agdhâd mfn. (fr. a+ gdha p.p.p. fr √ghas + ad), eating food which is not yet eaten TS., (Comm.= dagdhâd.)
agnā
agnā (for agni in the following comp.)
⋙ agnāmarutau
○marutau m. du. Agni and Marut Pāṇ. 6-3, 28 Sch
⋙ agnāviṣṇū
○viṣṇū voc. m. du. Agni and Vishṇu AV
≫ agnāyī
agnā́yī f. the wife of Agni, one of the deva-patnyaḥ RV. i, 22, 12 and v, 46, 8
• the Tretā yuga L

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agni
agní m. (√ag Uṇ.) fire, sacrificial fire (of three kinds, Gārhapatya, Āhavanīya, and Dakshiṇa)
• the number three Sūryas
• the god of fire, the fire of the stomach, digestive faculty, gastric fluid
• bile L
• gold L
• N. of various plants Semicarpus Anacardium Suśr., Plumbago Zeylanica and Rosea, Citrus Acida
• mystical substitute for the letter r
• in the Kātantra grammar N. of noun-stems ending in i and u [Lat. igni-s ; Lith. ugni-s ; Slav. ognj]
⋙ agnikaṇa
○kaṇa m. 'fire-particle', a spark
⋙ agnikarman
○karman n. 'fire-act', piling up the wood &c. ŚBr
• action of Agni Nir
• cauterization Suśr
⋙ agnikalpa
○kalpa (agní-), mfn. having the nature of fire ŚBr
⋙ agnikārikā
○kārikā ḻ., f. and kindling or feeding the sacrificial fire with clarified butter &c
⋙ agnikārya
○kārya [Mn. &c.], n. kindling or feeding the sacrificial fire with clarified butter &c
• the prayers said while doing so Kathās., cauterization
⋙ agnikāṣṭha
○kāṣṭha n. Agallochum L
⋙ agnikukkuṭa
○kukkuṭa m. a lighted wisp of straw, firebrand L
⋙ agnikuṇḍa
○kuṇḍa n. a pan with live coals R
• a hole or enclosed space for the consecrated fire Kathās
⋙ agnikumāra
○kumāra m. a particular preparation of various drugs. N. of a class of Bhavanavāsin deities Jain
⋙ agnikṛta
○kṛta mfn. made by fire
⋙ agniketu
○ketu (agni-), mfn. having fire as an emblem or characteristic mark (Ushas) TS
• (us), m. N. of a Rakshas R
⋙ agnikoṇa
○koṇa m. the south-east quarter, ruled over by Agni L
⋙ agnikriḍā
○kriḍā f. 'fire sport', fire works, illuminations, &c
⋙ agnikhadā
○khadā f. an infernal pan or stove Kāraṇḍ
⋙ agnigarbha
○garbha mf(ā) n. pregnant with fire BṛĀrUp
• m. a gem supposed to contain and give out solar heat (= sūrya-kānta) L
• N. of a frothy substance on the sea, engendered by the submarine, fire L
• N. of a man
• (ā), f. the plant Mahājyotishmatī
⋙ agnigṛha
○gṛha n. house or place for keeping the sacred fire MBh
• a room fitted 'with hot-baths Car
⋙ agnigrantha
○grantha m. N. of wk
⋙ agnighaṭa
○ghaṭa m. N. of a hell Kāraṇḍ
⋙ agnicaya
○caya "ṣulb., m. or f. arranging to preparing the sacred or sacrificial fire-place
⋙ agnicayana
○cayana n. or arranging to preparing the sacred or sacrificial fire-place
⋙ agniciti
○citi f. or arranging to preparing the sacred or sacrificial fire-place
⋙ agnicityā
○cityā́ "ṣBr., f. arranging to preparing the sacred or sacrificial fire-place
agni-caya, a heap or mass of fire R
⋙ agnicit
○cít mfn. arranging the sacrificial fire, or one who has arranged it ŚBr. &c
án- (neg.) ŚBr
⋙ agnicitvat
○cit-vat mfn. possessing house holders that have prepared a sacred fire-place Pāṇ. 8-2, 10 Sch
⋙ agnija
○já mfn. 'fire-born', produced by or in fire AV. MaitrS
• m. N. of Vishṇu Hariv
• of a frothy substance on the sea (cf.-garbha) L
⋙ agnijanman
○janman m. 'fire-born', Skanda, god of war
⋙ agnijāra
○jāra or m. N. of a frothy substance on the sea (cf. -garbha and -já) L
⋙ agnijāla
○jāla m. N. of a frothy substance on the sea (cf. -garbha and -já) L
⋙ agnijihva
○jihvá mfn. 'having Agni for tongue', consuming the sacrifice through Agni RV. [Page 5, Column 2]
• (ā́), f. tongue or flame of fire AV. MuṇḍUp
• the plant Methonica Superba (Lāṅgalī)
⋙ agnijvalitatejana
○jvalita-tejana mfn. having a point hardened in fire Mn. vii, 90
⋙ agnijvāla
○jvāla m. N. of Śiva
• (ā), f. flame of fire
• a Plant with red blossoms, used by dyers, Grislea Tomentosa
• Jalapippalī
⋙ agnitap
○táp mfn. enjoying the warmth of fire RV. v, 61, 4
⋙ agnitapas
○tápas mfn. hot as fire, glowing RV. x, 68, 6
⋙ agnitapta
○taptá mfn. fire-heated, glowing RV. vii, 104, 5
⋙ agnitā
○tā (agní), f. the state of fire ŚBr
⋙ agnitejas
○tejas (agní-), mfn. having the energy of fire or of Agni AV
• (ās), m. one of the seven Ṛishis of the eleventh Manvantara Hariv
⋙ agnitraya
○traya n. or the three sacred fires, called respectively Gārhapatya, Āhavanīya, and Dakshiṇa
⋙ agnitretā
○tretā ṃn. ṃBh., f. the three sacred fires, called respectively Gārhapatya, Āhavanīya, and Dakshiṇa
⋙ agnitrā
○trā mfn. án-agnitrā
⋙ agnida
○da m. 'fire-giver', incendiary Mn. Yājñ
• stomachic. 1
⋙ agnidagdha
○dagdha (agní-), mfn. burnt with fire RV. x, 103, additional verses ŚBr
• cauterized Suśr
• (am), n. a cautery. 2
⋙ agnidagdha
○dagdhá mfn. burnt on a funeral pile RV. x, 15, 14 TBr
• (ās), m. pl. a class of Pitṛis who, when on earth, maintained a sacred fire Mn. iii, 199
⋙ agnidatta
○datta m. N. of a prince
• of a Brahman Kathās
⋙ agnidamanī
○damanī f. a narcotic plant, Solanum Jacquini
⋙ agnidāyaka
○dāyaka m. = -da, q.v
⋙ agnidāha
○dāha m. a particular disease
• a fiery glow (in the sky) Hariv
⋙ agnidiś
○diś f. Agni's quarter, the south-east
⋙ agnidīpana
○dīpana mf(ī)n. stomachic Suśr
⋙ agnidīpta
○dīpta mfn. blazing, glowing
• (ā), f. the plant Mahājyotishmatī
⋙ agnidīpti
○dīpti f. active state of digestion Suśr
⋙ agnidūta
○dūta (agní-), mfn. having Agni for a messenger, brought by Agni RV. x, 14, 13 AV
⋙ agnidūṣita
○dūṣita mfn. 'fire-marked', branded
⋙ agnideva
○deva m. Agni, (ā), f. = - nakṣatrá, q.v. L
⋙ agnidevata
○devata (agní-), mfn. having Agni for deity ŚBr
⋙ agnidaivata
○daivata n. -nakṣatrá, q.v. VarBṛS
⋙ agnidh
○dh (agní-dh, dh for ídh, cf. agnī74dh), m. the priest who kindles the sacred fire RV. ii 1, 2 ; x, 41, 3 ; 91, 10
⋙ agnidhāna
○dhā́na n. receptacle for the sacred fire RV. x, 165, 3 AV
⋙ agninakṣatra
○nakṣatrá n. the third lunar mansion the Pleiades (Kṛittikā) ŚBr
⋙ agninayana
○nayana n. the act of bringing out the sacrificial fire
⋙ agniniryāsa
○niryāsa m. = -jāra
⋙ agninunna
○nunna (agní), mfn. struck by fire or lightning SV
⋙ agninetra
○netra (agní-), mfn. having Agni for a guide VS
⋙ agnipakva
○pakva mfn. cooked on the fire Mn
⋙ agnipada
○pada m. whose foot has stepped on the sacrificial fire place', N. of a horse Lāṭy. Vait
⋙ agniparikriyā
○parikriyā f. care of the sacred fire Mn. ii, 67
⋙ agniparicchada
○paricchada m. the whole apparatus of a fire-sacrifice Mn. vi, 4
⋙ agniparidhāna
○paridhāna n. enclosing the sacrificial fire with a kind of screen
⋙ agniparikṣā
○parikṣā f. ordeal by fire
⋙ agniparvata
○parvata m. 'fire-mountain', a volcano R
⋙ agnipuccha
○puccha n. tail or extreme point of, a sacrificial fire (arranged in the shape of a bird) ĀśvŚr
⋙ agnipurā
○purā́ f. the castle of Agni ŚBr
⋙ agnipurāṇa
○purāṇa n. N. of a Purāṇa
⋙ agnipurogama
○purogama mfn. having Agni for a leader
⋙ agnipraṇayana
○praṇayana n. = -nayana, q.v
⋙ agnipraṇayanīya
○praṇayanīya mfn. referring to the -praṇayana
⋙ agnipratiṣṭhā
○pratiṣṭhā f. consecration of fire, especially of the nuptial fire
⋙ agniprabhā
○prabhā f. a venomous insect Suśr
⋙ agnipraveśa
○praveśa m. or entering the fire, self immolation of a widow on her husband's funeral pile
⋙ agnipraveśana
○praveśana n. entering the fire, self immolation of a widow on her husband's funeral pile
⋙ agniprastara
○prastara m. a fire-producing stone
• flint L
⋙ agniprāyaścitta
○prāyaścitta n. or an expiatory act during the preparation of the sacrificial fire
⋙ agniprāyaścitti
○prāyaścittí "ṣBr., f. an expiatory act during the preparation of the sacrificial fire
⋙ agnibāhu
○bāhu m. smoke [cf. -vāha] L., N. of a son of the first Manu Hariv
• N. of a son of Priyavrata and Kāmyā VP
⋙ agnibīja
○bīja n. gold L
• N. of the letter r RāmatUp
⋙ agnibha
○bha n. 'shining like fire, gold L
⋙ agnibhu
○bhu n. 'fire produced', water L
⋙ agnibhū
○bhū m. Skanda L
• N. of a Vedic teacher, with the patron. Kāśyapa VBr
• (in arithm.) six
⋙ agnibhūti
○bhūti m. N. of one of the eleven chief pupils (gaṇadharas) of the last Tirthakara
⋙ agnibhrājas
○bhrājas (agní-), mfn. possessing fiery splendour RV. v, 54, 11
⋙ agnimaṇi
○maṇi m. the sun-stone (= surya-kānta)
⋙ agnimat
○mát mfn. being near the fire AV. (RV. has vát)
• having or maintaining a sacrificial fire Mn. &c
• having a good digestion Suśr
⋙ agnimantha
○mantha mfn. producing fire by friction
• m. Premna Spinosa Suśr
⋙ agnimanthana
○manthana n. production of fire by friction ĀśvŚr
⋙ agnimanthanīya
○manthanīya mfn. relating to such friction ib
⋙ agnimaya
○máya mf(ī) n. fiery ŚBr. AitBr
⋙ agnimāṭhara
○māṭhara m. N. of an expounder of the Ṛig-veda VP
⋙ agnimāndya
○māndya n. slowness of digestion, dyspepsia
⋙ agnimāruti
○māruti m. N. of Agastya L
• cf. āgnimāruta
⋙ agnimitra
○mitra m. N. of a prince of the Suṅga, dynasty, son of Pushyamitra VP
⋙ agnimindha
○m-indhá (agnim-indhá), m. the priest who kindles the fire RV. i, 162, 5
⋙ agnimukha
○mukha (agni-), mfn. having Agni for the mouth ŚBr
• m. a deity, a Brāhmaṇa, a tonic medicine L. [Page 5, Column 3]
• Semicarpus Anacardium
• Plumbago Zeylanica L
• N. of a bug Pañcat
• (ī), f. Semicarpus Anacardium
• Gloriosa (or Methonica) Superba
⋙ agnimūḍha
○mūḍha (agní-), mfn. made insane by Agni RV. x, 103, additional verses AV
⋙ agniyuta
○yuta m. N. of the author of the hymn x, 116 in the Ṛig-veda
⋙ agniyojana
○yojana n. the act of stirring the sacrificial fire (to make it blaze up)
⋙ agnirakṣaṇa
○rakṣaṇa n. maintenance of the sacred domestic fire
⋙ agniraja
○raja or m. a scarlet insect L
⋙ agnirajas
○rajas m. a scarlet insect L
⋙ agnirahasya
○rahasya n. 'mystery of Agni', title of the tenth book of the Śatapatha-Brāhmaṇa
⋙ agnirājan
○rājan mfn. pl. 'having Agni as king', N. of the Vastus ŚāṅkhŚr
⋙ agnirāśi
○rā́śi m. a heap or mass of fire, a burning pile
⋙ agniruhā
○ruhā f. the plant Māṃsarohiṇl
⋙ agnirūpa
○rūpa (agní-), mfn. fire-shaped RV. x, 84, 1
• (agni-rū́pa), n. a shape of fire ŚBr
⋙ agniretasa
○retasá mfn. sprung from Agni's seed ŚBr
⋙ agnirohiṇī
○rohiṇī f. a hard inflammatory swelling in the arm-pit Suśr
⋙ agniloka
○loka m. the world of Agni KaushUp
⋙ agnivat
○vát mfn. being near the fire RV. vii, 104, 2 (= -mát, q.v.)
• 'joined to (another) fire', N. of Agni TS
⋙ agnivarcas
○varcas m. N. of a teacher of the Purāṇas VP
⋙ agnivarṇa
○varṇa mf(ā)n. having the colour of fire
• hot, fiery (said of liquors) Mn. xi, 90 and 91
• m. N. of a prince, son of Sudarśana
⋙ agnivardhaka
○vardhaka or mfn. promoting digestion, stomachic
⋙ agnivardhana
○vardhana mfn. promoting digestion, stomachic
⋙ agnivallabha
○vallabha m. the tree Ṣorea Robusta
• its resinous juice
⋙ agnivāṇa
○vāṇa m. a fiery arrow
⋙ agnivādin
○vādin m. 'fire-asserter', worshipper of fire
⋙ agnivārtta
○vārtta mfn. gaining a livelihood by fire [as a blacksmith &c.] VarBṛS
⋙ agnivāsas
○vāsas (agní-), mfn. wearing a fiery or red garment AV
⋙ agnivāha
○vāha m. the vehicle of fire, i.e. smoke L
⋙ agnividhā
○vidhā́ f. manner or fashion of fire ŚBr
⋙ agnivimocana
○vimocana n. the act of lowering the sacrificial fire (by spreading it out)
⋙ agnivisarpa
○visarpa m. spread of inflammation (in a tumour)
⋙ agnivikaraṇa
○vikaraṇa n. removing the sacrificial fire from the Āgnidhra to the Sadas Maṇḍapa
⋙ agnivirya
○virya n. gold L
⋙ agnivṛddhi
○vṛddhi f. improvement of digestion
⋙ agnivetāla
○vetāla m. N. of a Vetāla (connected with the story of king Vikramāditya)
⋙ agnivela
○vela f. the time at which the fire is kindled, afternoon ĀśvGṛ
⋙ agniveśa
○veśa m. N. of an ancient medical authority
• also of other persons
⋙ agniveśman
○veśman m. the fourteenth day of the Karma-māsa Sūryapr
⋙ agniveśya
○veśya m. N. of a teacher MBh
• N. of the 22nd muhūrta Sūryapr
⋙ agnisaraṇa
○saraṇa or f. house or place for keeping, the sacrificial fire
⋙ agniśāla
○śā́la āV., n. or house or place for keeping, the sacrificial fire
⋙ agniśālā
○śālā f. house or place for keeping, the sacrificial fire
⋙ agniśarman
○śarman m. N. of a man
⋙ agnisikha
○sikha mfn. having a point like fire (an arrow) R
• m. an arrow
• a lamp
• a safflower plant L
• saffron L
• N. of Vararuci's father Kathās
• of a Vetāla Kathās
• (am), n. saffron L., gold L
⋙ agnisikhā
○sikhā f. a flame ŚBr. &c., the plants Gloriosa Superba and Menispermum Cordifolium
⋙ agniśuśrūṣā
○śuśrūṣā f. attention to the sacrificial fire Mn. ii, 248
⋙ agnisekhara
○sekhara n. saffron
⋙ agniśeṣa
○śeṣa m. appendix to the chapter on Agni in the Taittiriya-Saṃhitā
⋙ agniśra
○śra m(nom. pl. -sríyas)fn. having the brightness of Agni RV. iii, 26, 5 ['approaching the fire (of lightning)' Sāy.]
⋙ agnisroṇi
○sroṇi f. leg of the sacrificial altar KātySr
⋙ agniṣṭut
○ṣṭut m. 'laudatory of Agni', the first day of the Agnishṭoma sacrifice, one day of the Sattra Pañcadasarātra ŚBr. &c
• N. of a son of the sixth Manu, Cākshusha (by Naḍvalā) VP. Hariv. [vḷ. -ṣṭubh]
⋙ agniṣṭoma
○ṣṭomá m. 'praise of Agni', N. of a protracted ceremony or sacrifice (forming one of the chief modifications, [saṃsthās] of the Jyotishṭoma offered by one who is desirous of obtaining heaven ; the performer is a Brahman who maintains the sacred fire, the offering is the Soma, the deities to whom, the offering is made are Indra &c., the number of priests required is 16, the ceremonies continue for five, days)
• a mantra or kalpa connected with the Agnishṭoma L
• (agni ṣṭoma) -yājin mfn. one who has performed the Agnishṭoma
-sád mfn. performing the Agnishṭoma
-sádya n. the performance of Agnishṭoma ŚBr
-sāmá m. and -samán n. the passage of the Sāma-veda chanted at the Agnishṭoma
-hotra n. title of a Vedic text
⋙ agniṣṭha
○ṣṭhá mfn. placed in, or over, near the fire
• m. a pan, fire-pan R. [cf. -ṣṭhikā]
• a vehicle carrying the fire ĀpŚr
• (in the Aśvamedha sacrifice) the eleventh Yūpa or sacrificial post, which (of all the twenty-one) is nearest the fire ŚBr
• (ā́), f. that corner of the sacrificial post which (of all the eight) is nearest the fire ŚBr
⋙ agniṣṭhikā
○ṣṭhikā f. a fire-pan [cf. -ṣṭha]
⋙ agniṣvātta
○ṣvāttá [in Epic and later texts -svātta], ās, m. pl. 'tasted by the funeral fire', the Manes RV. x, 15, 11 VS. ŚBr
• in later texts N. of a class of Manes (who on earth neglected the sacrificial fire) MBh. &c. [Page 6, Column 1]
⋙ agnisaṃskāra
○saṃskāra m. the consecration of fire
• performance of any rite in which the application of fire is essential, as the burning of a dead body Mn. Ragh
⋙ agnisakha
○sakha m. 'friend of fire', the wind L
⋙ agnisaṃkāśa
○saṃkāśa (agní-), mfn. resplendent like fire ŚBr
⋙ agnisajjā
○sajjā f.? indigestion Suśr
⋙ agnisaṃcaya
○saṃcaya m. preparing the sacrificial fire-place
-cayana
⋙ agnisambhava
○sambhava mfn. produced from fire
• m. wild safflower L
• = -jāra
• 'the result of digestion, chyme or chyle L
⋙ agnisaras
○saras n. N. of a Tirtha VārP
⋙ agnisava
○savá m. consecration of the fire TS. ŚBr
⋙ agnisahāya
○sahāya m. 'friend of fire', the wind
• a wild pigeon L
⋙ agnisākṣika
○sākṣika mfn. taking Agni or the domestic or nuptial fire for a witness R. &c. -sākṣika-maryāda mfn. one who taking Agni for a witness gives a solemn promise of conjugal fidelity
⋙ agnisāda
○sāda m. weakness of digestion Suśr
⋙ agnisāra
○sāra n. a medicine for the eyes, a collyrium L
⋙ agnisāvarṇi
○sāvarṇi m. N. of a Manu L
⋙ agnisiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of the father of the seventh black Vāsudeva Jain
⋙ agnisūtra
○sūtra n. thread of fire
• a girdle of sacrificial grass put upon a young Brāhman at his investiture L
⋙ agnistambha
○stambha m.or
⋙ agnistambhana
○stambhana n. the (magical) quenching of fire
⋙ agnistoka
○stoka m. a particle of fire, spark
⋙ agnisvātta
○svātta -ṣvāttá
⋙ agnihavana
○havana n. a sacrificial libation Gaut
⋙ agnihut
○hút Vṣ. or mfn. sacrificed by fire
⋙ agnihuta
○huta mfn. sacrificed by fire
⋙ agnihotṛ
○hotṛ (agní), m. having Agni for a priest RV. x, 66, 8. 1
⋙ agnihotra
○hotra (agní-), mfn. sacrificing to Agni AV. vi, 97, 1
• (ī́) f. the cow destined for the Agnihotra ŚBr. AitBr
• (agni, hotri) -vatsá m. her calf. ŚBr. 2
⋙ agnihotra
○hotrá n. AV. &c. oblation to Agni (chiefly of milk, oil, and sour gruel
• there are two kinds of Agnihotra, one is nitya i.e. of constant obligation, the other kāmya i.e. optional)
• the sacred fire Mn. Yājñ. &c
• (agnihotra) -devatā f. the deity of the Agnihotra
tvá n. the state of the Agnihotra MaitrS
-sthālī́ f. a pot used at the Agnihotra ŚBr
-hávanī f. a spoon used at the Agnihotra ŚBr. ĀśvGṛ
-hút, offering the Agnihotra AV
-homa m. a libation at the Agnihotra KātySr
agnihotrāyaṇin mfn. one who offers only the Agnihotra KātyŚr
agnihotra9vṛt f. ( āvṛt) the mere Agnihotra without recitation of Vedic formulas KātyŚr
agnihotrâhutí [ŚBr., cf. āhuti] and agniḥotre9ṣṭi [KātyŚr., cf. iṣṭi], f. a libation or offering at the Agnihotra
agnihotrôcchiṣṭá "ṣBr. and agnihotrôccheṣaṇá ṭṣ., n. the remains of the Agnihotra
⋙ agnihotrin
○hotrín mfn. practising the Agnihotra, maintaining the sacrificial fire ŚBr. &c
⋙ agnihoma
○homa m. oblation put into the fire KātyŚr
⋙ agnihvara
○hvará mfn.? making a mistake in the fire-ceremonial MaitrS
⋙ agnīdh
agnī74dh m. the priest who kindles the fire VS. ŚBr. AitBr. [cf. agnidh]
⋙ agnīdhra
agnī7dhra m. (= agni-bāhu), N. of two men
⋙ agnīndrau
agnī7ndraú m. du. Agni and Indra VS
⋙ agnīndhana
agnī7ndhana n. kindling or feeding the fire Mn. &c
⋙ agnīparjanyau
agnī-parjanyau Voc. m. du. Agni and Parjanya RV. vi, 52, 16
⋙ agnīvaruṇau
agnī-váruṇau m. du. Agni and Varuṇa ŚBr
⋙ agnīṣomā
agnī-ṣómā or m. du. Agni and Soma RV. AV. VS
⋙ agnīṣomau
agnī-ṣómau m. du. Agni and Soma RV. AV. VS
• (agnīṣoma) -praṇayana n. bringing out the fire and the Soma, a ceremony in the Jyotishṭoma sacrifice
⋙ agnīṣomiya
agnīṣomiya mfn. related or sacred to Agni and Soma AV. &c., (agniṣomiya) -nirvāpa m. making libations with the cake sacred to Agni and Soma, a ceremony in the Darśapūrṇamāsa sacrifice
-paśu m. a victim, generally a sheep or goat, sacred to Agni and Soma -paśv-anuṣṭhāna n. the rite connected with that victim at the Jyotishṭoma sacrifice
-puroḍāśa m. cake sacred to Agni and Soma (baked in eleven bowls)
-yāga m. one of the three sacrifices of the Pūrṇamāsa
agniṣomiyâikādasa-kapāta m. cake sacred to Agni and Soma, above
⋙ agnyagāra
agny-agārá [ŚBr. &c.] or m. house or place for keeping the sacred fire
⋙ agnyāgāra
agny-āgāra m. house or place for keeping the sacred fire
⋙ agnyabhāva
agny-abhāva m. absence or want of the sacred fire
• loss of appetite
⋙ agnyarcis
agny-arcís f. or n. flame ŚBr
⋙ agnyāgāra
agny-āgāra agny-agārá
⋙ agnyātmaka
agny-ātmaka mf(ikā) n. having Agni's nature
⋙ agnyādhāna
agny-ādhāna KaushBr. or n. placing the fire on the sacrificial fire-place
⋙ agnyādheya
agny-ādheya [AV. Mn. &c.], n. placing the fire on the sacrificial fire-place
• the ceremony of preparing the three sacred fires Āhavaniya &c
• (agnyādheya) -devatā f. the deity of the Agnyādheya ceremony PārGṛ
-rūpá n. form or shape of the Agnyādheya ŚBr
-śarkarā́, ā́s f. pl. (figuratively) bad performance of the Agnyādheya ŚBr
-havis n. an oblation at the Agnyādheya ŚBr
⋙ agnyālaya
agny-ālaya m. = agny-agārá
⋙ agnyāhita
agny-āhita m. one who has performed the Agnyādhāna R. &c
⋙ agnyutpāta
agny-utpāta m. a fiery portent Car
• a conflagration PārGṛ
⋙ agnyutsādin
agny-utsādin mfn. one who lets the sacred fire go out
⋙ agnyuddharaṇa
agny-uddharaṇa n. taking the sacred fire from its usual place (previous to a sacrifice). [Page 6, Column 2]
⋙ agnyupasthāna
agny-upasthāná n. worship of Agni at the conclusion of the Agnihotra &c. ŚBr
⋙ agnyedha
agny-edhá m. one who kindles the fire VS
≫ agnika
agnika m. a plant, probably Semecarpus Anacardium
• a kind of serpent Suśr
• an insect of scarlet colour, Coccinella
• (am), u. the Acayou-nut Suśr
≫ agnisāt
agnísāt ind. to the state of fire (used in comp. with √1. kṛ and √bhū e.g. agnisāt kṛ, to reduce to fire, to consume by fire), cf. bhasmasāt

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agman
agman a n. conflict, battle L
• (connected with ajman, q.v.)
agra
ágra mfn. (fr. √aṅg Uṇ.), foremost, anterior, first, prominent, projecting, chief, best L
• supernumerary L
• (ā), f. [scil. rekhā] measure of amplitude (i.e. the distance from the extremity of the gnomon-shadow to the line of the equinoctial shadow) Sūryas
• (am), n. foremost point or part
• tip
• front
• uppermost part, top, summit, surface
• point
• and hence, figuratively, sharpness
• the nearest end, the beginning
• the climax or best part
• goal, aim
• multitude L
• a weight, equal to a pala L
• a measure of food given as alms L
• (in astron.) the sun's amplitude
• (am), ind. in front, before, ahead of
• (ágreṇa), ind. in front, before (without or with acc.) ŚBr
• (ágre), ind. in front, ahead of, in the beginning, first
• further on, subsequently, below (in a book)
• from - up to (ā) ŚBr., before (in time) AitUp. &c. [Gk. ?]
⋙ agrakara
○kara m. the fore [6, 2] part of the hand, finger
• first ray Śiś
⋙ agrakāya
○kāya m. the fore part of the body
⋙ agraga
○ga m. a leader
⋙ agragaṇya
○gaṇya mfn. to be counted or regarded as the foremost, principal
⋙ agragāmin
○gāmin mfn. preceding, taking the lead
⋙ agragrāsikā
○grāsikā f. the claim or right to the first morsel Pāṇ. 3-3, iii, Kāś
⋙ agraja
○ja (cf. jā́), mfn. born first or earlier, m. the first-born, an elder brother Mn. &c
• a Brahman VarBṛS. &c
• (ā), f. an elder sister
⋙ agrajaṅghā
○jaṅghā f. the fore part of the leg, the shin-bone L
⋙ agrajanman
○janman m. the first-born, an elder brother, a Brahman Mn. Yājñ. &c
• a member of one of the three highest castes L
• Brahmā
⋙ agrajā
○jā́ mfn. first-born RV. ix, 5, 9
⋙ agrajātaka
○jātaka or m. a Brahman L
⋙ agrajāti
○jāti m. a Brahman L
⋙ agrajihva
○jihvá n. tip of the tongue VS
⋙ agrajyā
○jyā f. sine of the amplitude Sūryas
⋙ agraṇī
○ṇī mfn. taking the lead, foremost
• N. of an Agni MBh
⋙ agraṇīti
○ṇīti (ágra-), f. the first offering RV. ii, 11, 14
⋙ agratas
○tás ind
• col. 3
⋙ agratirtha
○tirtha m. N. of a prince MBh
⋙ agradātṛ
○dātṛ mfn. offering the best bits (to the gods) MBh
⋙ agradānin
○dānin m. a degraded Brāhman who receives presents from Sūdras, or takes things previously offered to the dead BrahmaP
⋙ agradidhiṣu
○didhiṣú m. = agre-didhiṣu TBr
⋙ agranakha
○nakha m. tip of a nail R
• cf. nakhâgra
⋙ agranāsikā
○nāsikā f. tip of the nose R
• cf. nāsikâgra
⋙ agranirūpaṇa
○nirūpaṇa n. determining beforehand, prophecy
⋙ agraparṇī
○parṇī f. cowage, Carpopogon Pruriens
⋙ agrapā
○pā mfn. drinking first MBh
⋙ agrapāṇi
○pāṇi m. fore part of the hand
• the right hand L
⋙ agrapāda
○pāda m. fore part of the foot Śiś
⋙ agrapūjā
○pūjā f. highest act of reverence R
⋙ agrapeya
○peya n. precedence in drinking AitBr
⋙ agrapradāyin
○pradāyin mfn. offering first MBh
⋙ agrapraśirṇa
○praśirṇá mfn. broken at the top ŚBr
⋙ agrabīja
○bīja mfn. (said of plants) propagated by cuttings, m. a viviparous plant
⋙ agrabhāga
○bhāga (or agrâṃśa), m. fore part, (in astron.) degree of amplitude L
⋙ agrabhuj
○bhuj mfn. having the precedence in eating TĀr
• N. of the sun MBh
⋙ agrabhū
○bhū mfn. being at the top, at the head of
⋙ agrabhūmi
○bhūmi f. a goal L
• the top-floor (of a house) Megh
⋙ agramahiṣī
○mahiṣī f. the principal queen R. Jain
⋙ agramāṃsa
○māṃsa n. the heart L
• morbid protuberance of the liver
⋙ agrayāna
○yāna n. stepping in front to defy the enemy
⋙ agrayāyin
○yāyin mfn. going before, taking the lead, (ī), m. a Ieader, Sāk
⋙ agrayāvan
○yā́van mfn. going before RV. x, 70, 2
⋙ agrayodhin
○yodhin m. the foremost man or leader in a fight
• a champion
⋙ agralohitā
○lohitā f. a kind of vegetable, similar to the spinage
⋙ agravaktra
○vaktra n. N. of a surgical instrument Suśr
⋙ agravat
○vat (ágra-), mfn. being at the top TS
⋙ agraśas
○śás ind. from the beginning AV
⋙ agrasaṃdhānī
○saṃdhānī f. the register of human actions (kept by Yama) L
⋙ agrasandhyā
○sandhyā f. early down
⋙ agrasara
○sara mf(ī)n. going in front, taking the lead
⋙ agrasānu
○sānu m. the front part of a table-land L
⋙ agrasārā
○sārā f. a short method of counting immense numbers
⋙ agrasūcī
○sūcī f. point of a needle, Naish
⋙ agrasena
○sena m. N. of Janamejaya's son
⋙ agrahasta
○hasta m. = -pāṇi
• the tip of an elephant's trunk Vikr
• finger R
⋙ agrahāyaṇa
○hāyaṇa m. 'commencement of the year', N. of a Hindū month (mārgaśīrṣa, beginning about the 12th of November). [Page 6, Column 3]
⋙ agrahāra
○hāra m. royal donation of land to Brāhmans
• land or village thus given MBh
⋙ agrāṃśa
agrâṃśa = agrabhāga
⋙ agrāṃśu
agrâṃśu m. the end of a ray of light, the focal point
⋙ agrākṣan
agrâkṣan n. a side-look R
⋙ agrāṅguli
agrâṅguli m. the finger-tip
⋙ agrādvan
agrâdvan mfn. having precedence in eating RV. vi, 69, 6
⋙ agrānīka
agrânīka n. the front of an army, vanguard Mn. &c
⋙ agrāyaṇīya
agrâyaṇīya n. title of the second of the fourteen oldest (but lost) Jaina books, called Pūrvas
⋙ agrāśana
agrâśana mfn. eating before another (abl.) MārkP
⋙ agrāsana
agrâsana n. seat of honour
⋙ agrega
agre-gá &c
ágre below
⋙ agretvan
agré7tvan mf(arī)n. going in front AV
⋙ agropaharaṇīya
agrôpaharaṇīya mfn. that which has to be first or principally supplied Suśr
≫ agratas
agratás ind. in front, before
• in the beginning, first RV. x, 90, 7 VS
• (with gen.) before, in presence of
⋙ agrataḥkṛ
agrataḥ-kṛ to place in front or at the head, to consider most important
⋙ agrataḥsara
agrataḥ-sara mf(ī)n. going in front, taking the lead
≫ agrima
agrimá mfn. being in front, preceding, prior, furthest advanced
• occurring further on or below (in a book, cf. ágre)
• the foremost RV. v, 44, 9
• eldest, principal L
• (ā), f. the fruit Annona Reticulata
≫ agriya
agriyá mfn. foremost, principal RV
• oldest, first-born RV. i, 13, 10
• m. elder brother L
• (ám), n. the first-fruits, the best part RV. iv, 37, 4 and probably ix, 71, 4
⋙ agriyavat
○vat mfn
• f. vatī (scil. ṛc), N. of the hymn Ṛig-veda ix, 62, 25, quoted in Lāṭy
≫ agrīya
agrīya mfn. best L
• m. elder brother L
≫ agre
ágre ind. (loc.), ágra
⋙ agrega
○gá [RV. ix, 86, 45] or mfn. going in front or before
⋙ agregā
○gā́ [TBr. &c.], mfn. going in front or before
⋙ agregū
○gū́ mfn. (said of the waters) moving forwards VS. ŚBr
⋙ agreṇī
○ṇī́ m. a leader VS
⋙ agretana
○tana mfn. occurring further on, subsequently (in a book)
⋙ agredadhus
○dadhús ṃaitrṣ. or m. a man who at his first marriage takes a wife that was married before, (agre-didhiṣu or -didhiṣu), f. a married woman whose elder sister is still unmarried
⋙ agredadhiṣu
○dadhiṣu Kapṣ. or m. a man who at his first marriage takes a wife that was married before, (agre-didhiṣu or -didhiṣu), f. a married woman whose elder sister is still unmarried
⋙ agredidhiṣu
○didhiṣu ṃBh. ṅaut., m. a man who at his first marriage takes a wife that was married before, (agre-didhiṣu or -didhiṣu), f. a married woman whose elder sister is still unmarried
⋙ agrepā
○pā́ [RV. iv, 34, 7 and 10] or mfn. having the precedence in drinking
⋙ agrepū
○pū Vṣ. "ṣBr., mfn. having the precedence in drinking
⋙ agrebhrū
○bhrū (√bhram), m. wandering in front Pāṇ. 4, 40 Comm
⋙ agrevaṇa
○vaṇa n. the border of a forest (g. rājadantâdi, q.v.)
⋙ agrevadha
○vadhá m. hitting or killing whatever is in front VS
⋙ agresara
○sara mf(ī) n. going in front, preceding, best L
⋙ agresarika
○sarika m. a leader L
≫ agrya
agryá mf(ā)n. foremost, topmost, principal, best
• proficient, well versed in (with loc.)
• intent closely attentive, m. an elder or eldest brother L
• (ā), f. = tri-phalā, q.v
• (am), n. roof L
⋙ agryatapas
○tapas m. N. of a Muni Kathās

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agrabhaṇa
a-grabhaṇá mfn. (√grabh = √grah), having nothing which can be grasped RV. i, 116, 5
≫ agraha
a-graha mfn. = mukhya (Comm.) MBh. iii, 14189 BR. propose to read agra-ha, destroying the best part, m. non acceptance, a houseless man i.e. a Vānaprastha a Brāhman of the third class L
≫ agrāhin
a-grāhin mfn. not taking, not holding (said of a leech and of tools) Suśr
≫ agrāhya
a-grāhya mfn. not to be conceived or perceived or obtained or admitted or trusted, to be rejected
≫ agrāhyaka
a-grāhyaka mfn. not to be perceived, impalpable MBh

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agrāmya
a-grāmya mfn. not rustic, townmade
• not tame, wild
agrī
agrī m. a word invented for the explanation of agní ŚBr
agru
ágru m. unmarried RV. v, 44, 7 and vii, 96, 4 AV
• (ū́), f. a virgin RV. AV
• nom. pl. agrúvas, poetical N. of the ten fingers RV
• and also of the seven rivers RV. i, 191, 14 and iv, 19, 7
Zend. aghru

UKT: End of {a.ga.}.
The entry following «agru» belongs to the next folder. It is «agh» {aGa.}.

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