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aṅk
aṅk cl. 1. (connected, with, √ac) Ā. aṅkate, ānaṅke, aṅkiṣyate, aṅkitum, to move in a curve L
cl. 10. P. aṅkayati, to move in a curve L
to mark, stamp, brand
≫ aṅka
aṅk m. a hook RV. i, 162, 13, &c
part of a chariot (used in the dual) TS. TBr
a curve
the curve in the human, especially the female, figure above the hip (where infants sitting, astride are carried by mothers hence often = 'breast' or 'lap')
the side or flank
the body
proximity, place
the bend in the arm
any hook or crooked instrument
a curved line
a numerical figure, cipher, a figure or mark branded on an animal, &c
any mark, line, stroke, ornament, stigma
a number
the numbers one and nine
a co-efficient
an act of a drama
a drama
a military show or sham-fight
a misdeed, a sin L. [Gk. ?, ?, [7, 1] ?, ?, and Lat. uncus]
⋙ aṅkakaraṇa
○karaṇa n. the act of marking or stamping
⋙ aṅkakāra
○kāra in. a champion chosen by each side to decide a battle Bālar. [Page 7, Column 2]
aṅkakārī-√kṛ, to choose such a champion Bālar
⋙ aṅkatantra
○tantra n. N. of a book treating of magical marks or figures
⋙ aṅkadhāraṇā
○dhāraṇā f. manner of holding the body, figure ĀśvŚr
⋙ aṅkaparivartana
○parivartana n. turning the body, turning on the other side
⋙ aṅkapādavrata
○pāda-vrata n. N. of a chapter in the Bhavishyottara-Purāṇa
⋙ aṅkapāli
○pāli f. or embracing, an embrace L
⋙ aṅkapālikā
○pālikā f. embracing, an embrace L
⋙ aṅkapālī
○pālī f. an embrace
a nurse L
the plant (Piring) Medicago Esculenta
⋙ aṅkapāśa
○pāśa m. a peculiar concatenation of numerals or numbers
⋙ aṅkapāśavyavahāra
○pāśa-vyavahāra m. the use of that concatenation
⋙ aṅkapāśādhyāya
○pāśdhyāya m. the study of that concatenation
⋙ aṅkabandha
○bandha m. branding with a mark (that resembles a headless body) Yāj
⋙ aṅkabhāj
○bhāj mfn. (an infant) carried on the hip
(forced fruit) nearly ripe, early ripe Kir
near one's side, in one's possession, close at hand, easy of attainment
⋙ aṅkamukha
○mukha n. introductory act of a drama giving a clue to the whole plot
⋙ aṅkaloḍya
○loḍya m. ginger, Cicoḍa or Cicoṭaka
⋙ aṅkavidyā
○vidyā f. science of numbers, arithmetic
⋙ aṅkāṅka
aṅkṅk n. water VS
⋙ aṅkāvatāra
aṅkvatāra m. the close of a dramatic act (preparing the audience for the following one)
≫ aṅkati
aṅkati m. wind L
fire L
Brahmā L
a Brāhman who maintains the sacred fire L
N. of a teacher of the Sāma-veda
≫ aṅkana
aṅkana n. the act of marking, stamping, branding, ciphering, writing
(mfn.), marking
≫ aṅkas
ṅkas as n. a curve or bend RV. iv, 40, 4 ; Gk. ? [Page 7, Column 2]
≫ aṅkasa
aṅkas n. the flanks or the trappings of a horse RV. iv, 40, 3
≫ aṅkita
aṅkita mfn. marked, branded
numbered, counted, calculated
≫ aṅkin
aṅkn mfn. possessing a hook RV. iii, 45, 4 AV. &c., (ī), m. a small drum L
(inī), f. a number of marks, (g. khaldi, q.v.)
≫ aṅkī
aṅkī f. a small drum L
≫ aṅkuṭa
aṅkuṭa and m. a key L
⋙ aṅkuḍaka
aṅkuḍaka m. a key L
≫ aṅkupa
aṅkup n. water VS
≫ aṅkura
aṅkura m. a sprout, shoot, blade, a swelling, a tumour Suśr
a hair L
blood L
water L
≫ aṅkuraka
aṅkuraka m. a nest L
≫ aṅkurita
aṅkurita mfn. sprouted
≫ aṅkuśa
aṅkuś as, am m. n. a hook, especially an elephant-driver's hook
(ā) or (ī) f. one of the twenty-four Jaina goddesses L. [Gk. ? ; Germ. [Page 7, Column 2] āngel]
⋙ aṅkuśagraha
○graha m. an elephant-driver
⋙ aṅkuśadurdhara
○durdhara m. a restive elephant
≫ aṅkuśita
aṅkuśita mfn. urged on by the hook
≫ aṅkuśin
aṅkuśn mfn. having a hook, laying hold of with a hook RV. x, 34, 7
≫ aṅkūyat
aṅkūyt mfn. (fr. a Nom. aṅkūya, related to aṅka,) moving tortuously (to escape) RV. vi, 15, 17
≫ aṅkūra
aṅkūra m. a sprout L. aṅkura
≫ aṅkūṣa
aṅkūṣa as, am m. n. an ichneumon Uṇ. Comm
cf. aṅgūṣa
≫ aṅkya
aṅkya mfn. fit or proper to be marked or counted, m. a small drum [cf. aṅki] L

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aṅkāra  अङ्कार  {n~ka-ra.} (UKT: sp. in Dev and Myan to be checked)
aṅkāra m.? diminution in music L
aṅkoṭa
aṅkoṭa aṅkoṭha, aṅkola, aṅkolla, aṅkolaka m. the plant Alangium Hexapetalum
UKT: See for aṅkola  {n~kau:la.} - UHS-PMD0011
⋙ aṅkollasāra
aṅkolla-sāra m. 'essence of Aṅkolla', a poison prepared from the plant Aṅkolla, &c

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aṅkolikā
aṅkolikā f. (a corruption of aṅka-pālikā, q.v.), an embrace L
aṅktvā
aṅktvā ind. p. (√aj), having be-smeared Pāṇ. 7-2, 62 Sch
aṅkh
aṅkh cl. 10. P. (p. aṅkhayt), to stir up, mix ŚBr
aṅg
aṅg cl. I. P. aṅgati, ānaṅga, aṅgitum, to go (cf. √ag)
cl. 10. P. aṅgayati, to mark (cf. √aṅk) L
≫ aṅgana
aṅgana n. walking L
'place to walk in', yard
s.v

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aṅga 1 {n~ga.} UHS-PMD0011
aṅg ind. a particle implying attention, assent or desire, and sometimes impatience, it may be rendered, by well
indeed, true, please, rather quick
kim aṅga, how much rather!
≫ aṅgī
aṅgī (for aṅga in comp. with √1. kṛ and its derivatives)
⋙ aṅgīkaraṇa
○karaṇa n. act of taking the side of, assenting, agreeing, promising
⋙ aṅgīkāra
○kāra m. agreement, promise
⋙ aṅgīkṛ
○√kṛ to take the side of
to agree to, assent, promise, confess. [Page 7, Column 3]
⋙ aṅgīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. agreed to, promised
⋙ aṅgīkṛti
○kṛti f. agreement, promise

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aṅga 2
ṅga n. (√am Uṇ.), a limb of the body
a limb, member
the body
a subordinate division or department, especially of a science, as the six Vedāṅgas
hence the number six
N. of the chief sacred texts of the Jainas
a limb or subdivision of Mantra or counsel (said to be five, viz. 1. karmaṇām ārambhpāyaḥ, means of commencing operations
2. puruṣa-dravya-sampad, providing men and materials
3. deśa-kāla-vibhāga, distribution of place and time
4. vipatti-pratīkāra, counter-action of disaster
5. kārya-siddhi, successful accomplishment ; whence mantra is said to be pacṅga)
any subdivision, a supplement
(in Gr.) the base of a word, but in the strong cases only Pāṇ. 1-4, 13 seqq
anything inferior or secondary, anything immaterial or unessential,
aṅga-tā
(in rhetoric) an illustration
(in the drama) the whole of the subordinate characters
an expedient
a mental organ, the mind L
m. sg. or (ās), m. pl., N. of Bengal proper or its inhabitants
(sg.), N. of a king of Aṅga
(mfn.), having members or divisions L
contiguous L
⋙ aṅgakartana
○kartana n. cutting off a limb
⋙ aṅgakarman
○karman n. or a supplementary sacrificial act
⋙ aṅgakriyā
○kriyā f. a supplementary sacrificial act
⋙ aṅgakaṣāya
○kaṣāy m. the essence of the body (said of, the semen virile) ŚBr
⋙ aṅgagraha
○graha m. 'limb-seizure', spasm Suśr
⋙ aṅgaja
○ja mfn. produced from or on the body, ornamental L
produced by a supplementary ceremony, m. a son L
hair of the head L
the god of Iove L
intoxicating passion L
drunkenness L
a disease L
(ā), f. a daughter
(am), n. blood
⋙ aṅgajanus
○janus m. a son
⋙ aṅgajāta
○jāta mfn. produced from or on the body
ornamental
produced by a supplementary ceremony
⋙ aṅgajvara
○jvar mfn. causing fever AV
⋙ aṅgatā
○tā f. or a state of subordination or dependance, the being of secondary importance, the being unessential
⋙ aṅgatva
○tva n. a state of subordination or dependance, the being of secondary importance, the being unessential
⋙ aṅgada
○da m. N. of a brother of Rāma
of a son of Gada
of an ape, son of Bālin
(ā), f. the female elephant of the south, (am), n. a bracelet worn on the upper arm
⋙ aṅgadvipa
○dvipa m. one of the six minor Dviipas
⋙ aṅganyāsa
○nyāsa m. ceremony of touching certain parts of the body
⋙ aṅgapāli
○pāli f. an embrace L
aṅka-pāli
⋙ aṅgaprāyaścitta
○prāyaścitta n. expiation of bodily impurity, especially that arising from death in a family
⋙ aṅgabhū
○bhū m. son Śiś
⋙ aṅgabheda
○bhed mfn. causing rheumatism AV
⋙ aṅgamarda
○marda or m. a servant who shampoos his master's body
⋙ aṅgamardaka
○mardaka or m. a servant who shampoos his master's body
⋙ aṅgamardin
○mardin m. a servant who shampoos his master's body
aṅgamarda also rheumatism Car
⋙ aṅgamarṣa
○marṣa m. pain in the limbs, rheumatism,
⋙ aṅgamarṣapraśamana
○marṣa-praśamana n. alleviation of rheumatism
⋙ aṅgamejayatva
○m-ejayatva (aṅgam-ej○), n. the trembling of the body Yogas
⋙ aṅgayaṣṭi
○yaṣṭi f. a slender form, fairy-figure
⋙ aṅgayāga
○yāga m. a subordinate sacrificial act
⋙ aṅgarakta
○rakta m. the plant Guṇḍārocanī
⋙ aṅgarakṣaṇī
○rakṣaṇī or f. 'body protector', a coat of mail L
⋙ aṅgarakṣiṇī
○rakṣiṇī f. 'body protector', a coat of mail L
⋙ aṅgarāga
○rāga m. application of unguents or cosmetics to the body (especially after bathing)
scented cosmetic
⋙ aṅgarāj
○rāj or m. N. of Karṇa, king of Aṅga
⋙ aṅgarāja
○rāja m. N. of Karṇa, king of Aṅga
⋙ aṅgarājya
○rājya n. kingdom of Aṅga
⋙ aṅgaruha
○ruha mfn. 'growing on the body', hair, wool, down, &c
⋙ aṅgalipi
○lipi f. written character of Aṅga
⋙ aṅgaloka
○loka m. the Country Aṅga
⋙ aṅgaloḍya
○loḍya m. a sort of grass
ginger, or its root
⋙ aṅgavākpāṇimat
○vāk-pāṇi-mat mfn. possessing mind (?), speech, and hands
⋙ aṅgavikṛti
○vikṛti f. change of bodily appearance, collapse
fainting apoplexy
⋙ aṅgavikṣepa
○vikṣepa m. gesticulation
movement of the limbs and arms a kind of dance
⋙ aṅgavidyā
○vidyā f. knowledge of lucky or unlucky marks on the body, Chiromantia Mn. vi, 50, &c
⋙ aṅgavaikṛta
○vaikṛta n. a wink, nod, sign
⋙ aṅgaśas
○śs ind. into parts ŚBr
⋙ aṅgasaṃskāra
○saṃskāra m. or embellishment of person bathing, perfuming and adorning the body
⋙ aṅgasaṃskriyā
○saṃskriyā f. embellishment of person bathing, perfuming and adorning the body
⋙ aṅgasaṃhati
○saṃhati f. compactness of limb, symmetry of body
⋙ aṅgasaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. the Saṃhitā or phonetic relation between consonants and vowels in the body of a word TS. Prāt
⋙ aṅgasaṅga
○saṅga m. 'bodily contact', coition L
⋙ aṅgaskandha
○skandha m. a subdivision of a science
⋙ aṅgasparśa
○sparśa m. bodily contact
⋙ aṅgahāra
○hāra Kathās. or m. gesticulation
⋙ aṅgahāri
○hāri ḻ., m. gesticulation
⋙ aṅgahīna
○hīna mfn. limbless, mutilated
incorporeal
m. Kāmadeva
⋙ aṅgāṅgi
aṅgṅgi ind. jointly or reciprocally, related as one limb to another or to the body
⋙ aṅgāṅgitā
aṅgṅgi-tā f. mutual relation or correlation as between the limbs, or a limb and the body, or between subordinate and the principal, or principal and accessory
⋙ aṅgāṅgibhāva
aṅgṅgibhāva m. correlation between the limbs of a body
the mutual relation or correlation of the different limbs or members of anything, as in a simile or comparison between the principal parts or features of any object and those of the thing compared to it. [Page 8, Column 1]
⋙ aṅgādhipa
aṅgdhipa m. Karṇa, the king of Aṅga
⋙ aṅgānukūla
aṅgnukūla mfn. agreeable to the body Megh
⋙ aṅgānulepana
aṅgnulepana n. anointing the body
⋙ aṅgāpūrva
aṅgpūrva n. effect of a secondary sacrificial act L
⋙ aṅgeśvara
aṅgśvara m. the king of Aṅga
⋙ aṅgeṣṭhā
aṅge-ṣṭhā́ mfn. situated in a member or in the body AV
⋙ aṅgocha
aṅgcha m. or a towel L
⋙ aṅgochana
aṅgchana n. a towel L
≫ aṅgaka
aṅgaka n. a limb, member, body
(ikā), f. a bodice, a jacket L
≫ aṅgin
aṅgn mfn. having limbs, corporeal, having subordinate parts, principal
having expedients
≫ aṅgīya
aṅgīya mfn. relating to the Aṅga country, (g. gahdi, q.v.)
≫ aṅgya
ṅgya (3), mfn. belonging to the limbs RV. i, 191, 7

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aṅgaṇa
aṅgaṇa n. aṅgana
aṅgati
aṅgati m. (√ag), fire L
a Brāhman who maintains a sacred fire L
Brahmā L
Vishṇu L
cf. aṅkati
aṅgana
aṅgana n. (√aṅg, q.v.), the act of walking L
place to walk in, yard, court, area
(ā), f. 'a woman with well-rounded limbs', any woman or female
(in astron.) Virgo
the female elephant of the north
⋙ aṅganāgaṇa
aṅganā-gaṇa m. a number of women
⋙ aṅganājana
aṅganā-jana m. a female person
⋙ aṅganāpriya
aṅganā-priya m. 'dear to women', N. of the tree Jonesia Asoca
≫ aṅgaṇa
aṅgaṇa n. a yard, court, area

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aṅgabha
aṅgabha m. a kind of rice L
aṅgava
aṅgava m. dried fruit L
aṅgas
aṅgas as n. (√aṅj Uṇ.), a bird L
aṅgāra
ṅgāra m. (rarely) n. (√ag or aṅg Uṇ., cf. agni), charcoal, either heated or not heated
m. the planet Mars
N. of a prince of the Maruts Hariv
the plant Hitāvalī
(ās), m. pl., N. of a people and country VP. [Lith. angli-s ; Russ. ūgolj ; also Germ. Kohle ; Old Germ. col and colo ; Eng. coal]
⋙ aṅgārakārin
○kārin and m. charcoal-burner
⋙ aṅgārakṛt
○kṛt ḥpar., m. charcoal-burner
⋙ aṅgārakuṣṭhaka
○kuṣṭhaka m. the plant Hitāvalī
⋙ aṅgāradhānī
○dhānī or f. a portable fire-place
⋙ aṅgāradhānikā
○dhānikā f. a portable fire-place
⋙ aṅgāraparipācita
○paripācita n. roasted food
⋙ aṅgāraparṇa
○parṇa m. N. of Citraratha, chief of the Gandharvas MBh
(ī), f. Clerodendron Siphonanthus
⋙ aṅgārapātrī
○pātrī f. a portable fire-place
⋙ aṅgārapuṣpa
○puṣpa m. the plant Iṅgudi (Vulg. Ingua)
⋙ aṅgāramajarī
○majarī or f. the shrub Cesalpinia Banducella
⋙ aṅgāramajī
○majī f. the shrub Cesalpinia Banducella
⋙ aṅgāravallarī
○vallarī or f. (various plants), Galedupa Arborea
⋙ aṅgāravallī
○vallī f. (various plants), Galedupa Arborea
Ovieda Verticallata
Bhārgī
Gujā
⋙ aṅgāraśakaṭī
○śakaṭī f. a portable fire-place on wheels
⋙ aṅgārasetu
○setu m. N. of a prince, father of Gāndhāra
⋙ aṅgārāvakṣayaṇa
aṅgārvakṣyaṇa n. an instrument for extinguishing coals ŚBr. xiv
≫ aṅgāraka
aṅgāraka m. charcoal
heated charcoal
the planet Mars
Tuesday
N. of a prince of Sauviira
of a Rudra
of an Asura Kathās
N. of two plants, Eclipta (or Verbesina) Prostrata, and white or yellow Amaranth
(am), n. a medicated oil in which turmeric and other vegetable substances have been boiled
⋙ aṅgārakadina
○dina m. n. a festival of Mars on the fourteenth of the latter half of Caitra
⋙ aṅgārakamaṇi
○maṇi m. coral (amber)
⋙ aṅgārakavāra
○vāra m. Tuesday
≫ aṅgārakita
aṅgārakita mfn. charred, roasted, burnt, (g. tārakdi, q.v.)
≫ aṅgāri
aṅgāri f. a portable fire-place L
≫ aṅgārikā
aṅgārikā f. the stalk of the sugar-cane
the bud of the Kiṃśuka or Butea Frondosa
≫ aṅgārita
aṅgārita mfn. charred, roasted, (g. tārakdi, q.v.)
'burnt', a kind of food not to be accepted by Jaina ascetics Jain
(ā), f. a portable fire-place L
a bud L
N. of a creeper L
of a river L
(am), n. the early blossom of the Kiṃśuka
≫ aṅgārin
aṅgārin mfn. heated by the sun, though no longer exposed to its rays VarBṛS. [generally f. (iṇī), scil. diś, the region just left by the sun]
N. of a creeper
≫ aṅgārīya
aṅgārīya mfn. fit for making charcoal Pāṇ. 5-1, 12 Sch
≫ aṅgāryā
aṅgāryā f. a heap of charcoal, (g. pāśdi, q.v.)

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aṅgikā
aṅgikā aṅgaka
aṅgir
aṅgir īr m. (√aṅg Uṇ.), N. of a Ṛishi, who received the Brahmavidyā from Atharvan, and imparted it te Satyavāha, the teacher of Aṅgiras MuṇḍUp
≫ aṅgira
ṅgira m. = ṅgiras RV. i, 83, 4 and iv, 51, 4 MBh. Yāj. (cf. Gk. ? and ?.) [8, 1] [Page 8, Column 2]
≫ aṅgiras
ṅgiras, ās m. N. of a Ṛishi, author of the hymns of RV. ix, of a code of laws, and of a treatise on astronomy (he is said by some to have been born from Brahmā's mouth, and to have been the husband of Smṛiti, of Śraddhā, of two daughters of Maitreya, of several daughters of Daksha, &c
he is considered as one of the seven Ṛishis of the first Manvantara, as a Prajāpati, as a teacher of the Brahmavidyā, which he had learnt from Satyavāha, a descendant of Bharadvāja, &c. Among his sons, the chief is Agni, others are Saṃvarta, Utathya, and Bṛihaspati
among his daughters are mentioned Sinivālī, Kuhū, Rākā, Anumati, and Akūpārā
but the Ṛicas or Vedic hymns, the manes of Havishmat, and mankind itself are styled his offspring. In astronomy he is the planet Jupiter, and a star in Ursa Major)
N. of Agni MBh
(asas), m. pl. descendants of Aṅgiras or of Agni (mostly personifications of luminous objects)
the hymns of the Atharva-veda TS
priests who by using the magical formulas of those hymns protect the sacrifice against the effects of inauspicious accidents
⋙ aṅgirastama
○tama (ṅgiras-), mfn. having the luminous quality of the Aṅgirasas in the highest degree, said of Agni and of Ushas RV
⋙ aṅgirasvat
○vat ind. like Aṅgiras RV. VS.? (ṅgiras-vat), mfn. connected with or accompanied by the Aṅgirasas RV. VS
≫ aṅgirasa
aṅgirasa m. an enemy of Vishṇu in his incarnation of Paraśurāma
≫ aṅgirasāmayana
aṅgirasām-ayana n. a Sattra sacrifice

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aṅgī
aṅgī 1. aṅga
aṅguri
aṅgri is, or aṅgurī ḻ., f. (for aṅguli, q.v.), a finger AV
a toe (cf. an-aṅguri, pcṅguri, sv-aṅgur.)
≫ aṅgurīya
aṅgurīya or as, am m. n. a finger-ring
⋙ aṅgurīyaka
aṅgurīyaka as, am m. n. a finger-ring

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aṅgula
aṅgula m. (√ag or aṅg), a finger
the thumb
a finger's breadth, a measure equal to eight barley-corns, twelve aṅgulas making a vitasti or span, and twenty-four a hasta or cubit
(in astron.) a digit, or twelfth part
N. of the sage Cāṇakya L
⋙ aṅgulapramāṇa
○pramāṇa or n. the measure or length of an aṅgula
⋙ aṅgulamāna
○māna n. the measure or length of an aṅgula
(mfn.), having the length of an aṅgula
≫ aṅgulaka
aṅgulaka ifc. = aṅgula i.e. so many aṅgulas or fingers long
≫ aṅguli
aṅgli is, (or aṅgulī), f. a finger
a toe
the thumb
the great toe
the finger-like tip of an elephant's trunk
the measure aṅgula
⋙ aṅgulitoraṇa
○toraṇa n. a sectarial mark on the forehead consisting of three fingers or lines shaped like an arch or doorway (toraṇa), drawn with sandal or the ashes of cow-dung
⋙ aṅgulitra
○tra n. a finger-protector, a contrivance like a thimble (used by archers to protect the thumb or finger from being injured by the bowstring) R. &c
-vat mfn. provided with it
⋙ aṅgulitrāṇa
○trāṇa n. = -tra R
⋙ aṅgulimukha
○mukha or n. the tip of the finger Śiś
⋙ aṅgulīmukha
aṅgulī-mukha n. the tip of the finger Śiś
⋙ aṅgulimudrā
○mudrā or f. a seal-ring,
⋙ aṅgulimudrikā
○mudrikā f. a seal-ring,
⋙ aṅgulimoṭana
○moṭana n. snapping or cracking the fingers
⋙ aṅguliveṣṭaka
○veṣṭaka m. or a glove (?)
⋙ aṅguliveṣṭana
○veṣṭana n. a glove (?)
⋙ aṅguliṣaṅga
○ṣaṅga m. contact of the fingers
act of fingering
(mfn.), sticking to the fingers
⋙ aṅgulisaṃdeśa
○saṃdeśa m. snapping or cracking the fingers as a sign
⋙ aṅgulisphoṭana
○sphoṭana n. snapping or cracking the fingers
⋙ aṅgulīpacaka
aṅgulī-pacaka n. the five fingers
⋙ aṅgulīparvan
aṅgulī-parvan n. a finger-joint
⋙ aṅgulīsambhūta
aṅgulī-sambhūta m. 'produced on the finger', a finger nail
⋙ aṅgulyagra
aṅguly-agr n. the tip of the finger ŚBr
⋙ aṅgulyādi
aṅguly-ādi (aṅguli-), a g. of Pāṇ. 5-3, 108
≫ aṅgulīya
aṅgulīya or n. a finger-ring
⋙ aṅgulīyaka
aṅgulīyaka n. a finger-ring
also aṅgulīka L
≫ aṅguṣṭha
aṅgṣṭha m. the thumb
the great toe
a thumb's breadth, usually regarded as equal to an aṅgula
⋙ aṅguṣṭhamātra
○mātra mf(ī)n. or having the length or size of a thumb
⋙ aṅguṣṭhamātraka
○mātraka mf(ikā)n. having the length or size of a thumb
≫ aṅguṣṭhikā
aṅguṣṭhikā f. N. of a shrub
≫ aṅguṣṭhya
aṅguṣṭhya m. belonging to the thumb (the thumb nail)

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aṅgūṣa
aṅgūṣa m. (√aṅg or ag), 'moving rapidly', an ichneumon
an arrow
aṅgoṣin
aṅgoṣn mfn. 'resonant (?), praiseworthy (?)', N. of the Soma SV
aṅgya
ṅgya col. 1
aṅgh
aṅgh cl. 1. Ā. aṅghate, ānaṅghe, to go, set out, set about, commence L
to hasten L
to speak hastily, blame L. [Page 8, Column 3]
⋙ aṅgha
aṅgha (not in use, but equivalent to agh), evil, sin L
⋙ aṅghāri
aṅghri m. 'an enemy to sin or evil', N. of a celestial guard of the Soma VS. blaśing ṭ.
≫ aṅghas
aṅghas n. sin Hariv
≫ aṅghri
ṅghri m. a foot
foot of a seat
the √of a tree [cf. aṃhri]
⋙ aṅghrināmaka
○nāmaka m. or a synonym of aṅghri, means always foot as well as root
⋙ aṅghrināman
○nāman n. a synonym of aṅghri, means always foot as well as root
⋙ aṅghripa
○pa m. (drinking with the foot or root), a tree
⋙ aṅghriparṇī
○parṇī or f. the plant Hedysarum Lagopodioides
⋙ aṅghrivalli
○valli or f. the plant Hedysarum Lagopodioides
⋙ aṅghrivallikā
○vallikā f. the plant Hedysarum Lagopodioides
⋙ aṅghripāna
○pāna mfn. sucking the foot or toes (as an infant) L
⋙ aṅghriskandha
○skandha m. the ancle

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