Kawi Lexicon, Wojowasito, 1980, #575 (Hlm. 262-310)

D

d
second person pronoun; see t
dak
and I, then I
dakṣa
(S) clever, capable; experienced
dakṣiṇa
(S) 1. south. 2. fee; salary (of a priest)
dakṣiṇāngguṣṭa
(S) right thumb
dakṣiṇālaya
(S) dwelling-place; name of a part of heaven
dakṣiṇeru
(S) right thigh
daga
andaga to contradict, to protest; to disobey, disobedient; to rebel, to rise against
dagang
adagang to trade, to sell
dagan
foot of bed
dagěl
daglakna ought of be thrown away
daging
meat
dagdha
(S) burnt; angdagdha to burn
dagdhikāra
(S) burning, combustion
dāgha
to desire
dang
earthen pot; padangan kitchen
dangan
adangan light (not heavy); easy
danganan
upper course, head, beginning; stem, handle, stalk
dangu
stem, handle, stall
dangū
in former times; ancient times
dangkal
brave, audacious, bold, valiant
dangdang
cooking pot

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dangdāngan
a tree
dangṣṭrā
(S) tusk, canine tooth
dangṣṭṛākarāla
(S) to have tremendous tusks
dātawya
(S) gift, present, award; something to be given
dātyūha
(S) a hen
datta
(S) gift, present, award
dadak
angdadak suddenly, all of a sudden; to replace; to work quickly
dadar
adadar to show off oneself; to be proud of oneself; to appear, to rise
dadali
swallow (a bird)
dadi
to become, to take the form of; creature; continued; to rise, to appear; angdadi to become, to take the form of; born; to rise; to incarnate, to cause; tan dadi improper, indecent
dadu
dark chocolate color, dark brown; reddish
dadhi
(S) sour milk
dan
adan to prepare oneself, to make preparations; ready, prepared; angdani to order, to regulate; to begin; to devote oneself to, to strive after, to practice, to take trouble for, to organize; padan battle-array; pangdan as a consequence
dāna
(S) gift, present, award
dānapāramitā
(S) beneficial influence of philanthropy/charity
dānapuṇya
(S) beneficial influence of philanthropy/charity
dānawa
(S) giant, demon
dānawakanyā
(S) giantess, demonic girl
dānawarāja
(S) king of giants

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dānawarājakanyā
(S) daughter of giant-king
dānaśūra
(S) philanthropy, charity
dāni
to come round, to sober up; to remember; to be aware of; mangdāni to come round, to sober up; see udhāni
danu
(S) name of the mother of the danawa
danta
1. (S) tooth; tusk; canine tooth. 2. white
dānta
soft
dantādantī
(S) fighting tooth-to-tooth
dantī
(S dantin) elephant
dapur
adapur to fight against
dapdap
dadap tree (Erythrina indica)
dabuja
(S) giant, demon
dama
love; adama to fall in love; andadama to spoil (a child); to desire, to crave for
damak
dinamakakěn to have; see děmak
damar
torch, lamp; angdamar like a lamp; padamaran torch, lamp
daměl
to make a mixture of some ingredients; to make; madaměl to make; padamölana will be tried/praticed/attempted; padamělakna will be carried out
damu
1. adamu to bathe; to wash; bañu damu wash water. 2. dumamwani to blow; see děmu
dampati
husband and wife; wife
dampul
andampul to steal rice
dambha
(S) deceit, trick, ruse; lie; stupidity
daya
1. (S hṛdaya) heart. 2. will be worked at, will be carried out, will be practiced, will be done

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dayā
(S) pity
dāya
feeling; tool; furniture; what will be done; dinaya deceived; pinadaya deceived
dāyaka
(S) giver, donor; priest
dayitā
(S) beloved, darling, dear; wife; dayitamaya devoted to the beloved, to obey the beloved
dāra
(S) girl; woman; wife
daraṇa
(S) broken
daraway
adarawayan to flow, to stream
daridra
(S) poor; beggar; kadaridran poverty
darīmukha
(S) with a mouth like a cave
dāruṇarūpa
(S) awful, horrible
darppa
(S) excited, cheerful; proud; wild; ferocious; brave, courageous, valiant; naughty
darppaṇa
(S) mirror; madarppaṇa to look at oneself in a mirror
darppita
(S) brave, courageous, valiant; proud
darbe
adarbe to have, to possess
darbbha
(S) grass
daryya
1. (S hṛdaya) heart; feature, quality; character. 2. (S dharyya) to eat; to suffer; to keep, to preserve; assistant, helper
daryyata
(S dhairyyatā) decision; resoluteness; perseverance
daryas
an owl
darwa
(S) spoon
darwak
(pair of) scissors
darśana
(S) 1. jambu fruit. 2. example, pattern; road, way; makadarśana to imitate, take as example

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darśanaphala
jambu fruit
darśaya
(S) beautiful
darśapūrṇamāsa
(S) full moon; worship at the full moon
darśajiṭṛ
(S) guide, scout
dala
1. (S) leaf. 2. dinala peeled
dalakar
kadalakaran open; free
dalañcang
headcloth made of tree bark
dalan
carriage; madalan to go/walk along
dalame
andalame to gossip, to chatter
dalāṣṭa
favorite pursuit, fad, hobby
dalah
and; (in) addition (to)
dalěm
1. deep. 2. blunted, truncated. 3. entrenchment. 4. palace
dalin
an official
dalima
(S daḍima) pomegranate; dumalima like a pomegranate
dalih
andalih to pretend; to suspect, to conjecture; to accuse; madalihan to do as if, to pretend
dalu
1. past; too late; very, extreme. 2. andālu to commit suicide. 3. night
dalugdag
banners
dalupak
onomatopoeia
dalumuk
kadalumukan to collide with one another, to strike against each other
dalurung
kadalurung gone too far, extravagant
daluwang
tree bark; headcloth; cloth of tree bark; adaluwang to wear a headcloth of tree bark; see dalañcang

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dawā
adawā long
dāwa
(S) forest, woods
dāwāgni
(S) burnt forest, burnt wood
dawatā
(S) boundary, border; edge, rim, side; dadawatā during, as long as
dāwānala
(S) forest fire
dawut
pull; angdawut to pull, to draw; to dress one's hair, to do up one's hair, to tidy up, to put ing order; to clean; see dahut
daśa
(S) ten
dāśa
(S) fisherman; sailor
daśaguṇa
(S) tenfold; angdaśaguṇa to multiply by ten, to increase tenfold
daśagrīwa
(S) the ten-throated one, i.e., Rāwana
daśataya
(S) tenfold
daśadik
(S) ten points of the compass
daśadiśi
(S) ten directions
daśadeśa
(S) everywhere; in all holes and corners
daśadeśadewata
(S) gods of the ten points of the compass
daśadharma
(S) the ten good qualities; the ten beneficial influences
daśanana
(S) the ten-headed one, i.e., Rāwana
daśabhūta
to become a slave; kadaśabhutan service of slaves, loyalty of slaves
daśamāla
awful/horrible shadow
daśamī
(S) the tenth one
daśamukha
(S) the ten-headed one, i.e., Rāwana

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daśarathātmaja
(S) son of Daśaratha
daśalokapālaka
(S) gods of the ten points of the compass
daśawaktra
(S) the ten-mouthed one, i.e., Rāwana
daśawarṣa
(S) ten years
daśaśīrṣa
(S) the ten-headed one, i.e., Rāwana
daśaśila
(S) the ten beneficial influences; ten lines of action; ten lines of conduct
daśāsya
(S) the ten-mouthed one, i.e., Rāwana
daśaswāmī
(S) priest, hermit
daśendriya
(S) the ten senses
dās
madās one of the eleven evil deeds
dāsa
(S) slave; angdāsa to serve
dāsadāsī
(S) male and female slaves
dāsī
(S) female slave
dāsīkrama
(S) behavior of a female slave
dāsībhūta
(S) to become a female slave
dasyu
(S) enemy; robber
daha
(S dāha) fire; victim; dadaha fire material, firewood; kadaha burnt
dahat
very, extrem; dahatěn very
dāhan
dināhan prepared
dahana
(S) fire
dahara
(S) 1. small; gentle, soft, delicate; supple. 2. rat
dahut
pull, to pull; see dawut
děkung
knee; mangděkung to beat with one's knees

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děngki
jealous, envious
děděg
high; saděděg as high as a man
děděr
aděděr straight; to rise vertically
děděl
angděděl to push (aside), to urge; to force, to break open, to break through
dědö
adědö to stamp one's feet
děmak
1. gift, present, award; receipt; term; fee, wage; děmakana ought to be given a wage. 2. angděmak to hold, to seize, to catch; to attack; to ambush, to ambuscade
děmöng
aděmöng black
děmu
diněmwan blown (by the wind); see damu
děrěs
(drěs) rapid; quick; close together; maděrěs rapid; hard (rain)
dělěg
1. a large river fish; dumělěg like a dělěg fish. 2. padlěgan name of a group of people in an old Javanese story. 3. angdělěg to whirl round, to turn round, to rotate
dělěng
tan padělěng without seeing; see děling
dělěs
1. a grey-colored snake. 2. contents
dělö
angdělö to see; to open; dumělö to shine, to gleam, to sparkle; dinělö visible, seen; kapadělön, kapadělěn attacked from the front
děling
to open one's eyes; duměling to see, to look at; to open
dělit
fate
děha
asiděha to sit while leaning on one's hands; maděha to press, to push; to oppress, to suppress; mangděha to push with one's hands; to keep, to grow, to cultivate; kadöha oppressed, suppressed; teased, vexed; driven away
děhak
diněhak pushed; see děha

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döh
madöh to drive away, to defeat
dīkṣā
(S) initiation of new pupils
digantara
(S) strange country; foreign country
digantarāla
(S) sky, firmament, space
diggaja
(S) young elephants
diggajendra
(S) young elephant as a king
digjaya
(S) supernaturally talented; strong
digdāha
(S) world-fire
digdeśa
(S) place; direction; firmament, sky, space
digdeśāntara
(S) another direction; firmament, sky, space
digmaṇḍala
(S) atmosphere, air, firmament
digwijaya
(S) victory over the world; kadigwijayan victory
digwidig
(S) direction; point of the compass
digwideśa
(S) place; area, region, district; a far place
dingaryan
(dingaren) strange, odd, queer; wonderful
dingmukha
(S) place; point of the compass
didi
1. alone; he (himself). 2. didinya in order to
dina
(S) day; pamilang dina compensation
dīna
(S) low, mean, humble; pitiable; dumina to disdain, to humiliate
dinakara
(S) sun; see diwākara, diwangkara
dinakaratanaya
(S) son of the sun
dinakaramaṇi
(S) jewel of the sun; like the sun
dinakarasama
(S) like the sun

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dinakarasuta
(S) son of the sun
dīnacitta
(S) sad, distressed, sorrowful
dīnārtta
(S) pitiful and miserable
dīpa
(S) lamp; torch; angdīpana ought to lighten or illuminate; in order to lighten/illuminate
dipak
(S dwipa) elephant
dīpaka
(S) to illuminate, to lighten; light, clear, bright
dīpayat
(S) to flame, to blaze, to burn; light, clear, bright
dīpta
(S) ray, shine, glow, light, radiance
dīptānala
(S) blazing fire
dibya
(S diwya) splended, beautiful; supernaturally gifted/talented; pleasant; noble; amazing; beneficial influence; kadibyan skill, capability; beauty; nobility; superiority
dibyaguṇ
(S diwyaguṇa) to have noble qualities
dibyacakṣus
(S diwyacakṣuḥ) clear-sighted; supernaturally sighted
dibyajāti
(S diwyajāti) descendant of god
dibyaratnopama
(S) like a sparkling jewel
dibyarūpa
(S diwyarūpa) very beautiful; very splendid
dibyaśakti
(S diwyaśakti) supernaturally gifted
dīrghāyu
(S) to live long
dīrghāyuṣa
(S) to live long
dīrghāyus
(S) to live long
dilat
adilat to lick
dilah
flame, glow, shine, light, radiance; dumilah to flame, to blaze, to burn, to radiate, lighten

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dilěng
squinting, squint-eyed
dilěm
a plant
diwākara
(S) sun; see dinakara
diwangkara
sun
diwasa
(S) moment, instant; day; time; hour; date; adiwasa to stop; padiwasā stop!
diwasānta
(S) night
diwasāśrī
(S) sun
diwasasamaya
(S) the promised day
diwahara
(S dewāhāra) to summon god; padiwaharan place for summoning god, i.e., temple
diwyāngśāwatāra
(S) incarnation of god's descendant
diwyacakṣuḥ
(S) clear-sighted
diwyacitta
(S) very glad
diwyasāyaka
(S) divine arrow
diwyāstra
(S) divine weapon, heavenly weapon
dihyang
adihyang to die
1. corner. 2. to spit
dūk
1. angduk to stab; to strike; to hit; kaduk extreme, extraordinary. 2. when, at the moment; see dug
dukut
grass; dukutěn overgrown with grass
dukūla
(S) silk belt; adukūla to wear a silk belt
dukduk
javelin, spear
dug
1. time, moment. 2. very, extreme
duga
duga-duga frankly, openly; right; upright, straight

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dugang
angdugang to kick
dungul
1. kadungulan to submit, to obey. 2. dungulan name of a wuku
dungkap
andungkap to reach, to attain
dunghil
eel
dunghus
dot, stain
dūta
(S) emissary, messenger; spy; address; andutani to investigate, to watch
dūtācāra
(S) to have someone survey an area; andūtācāra who is sent as a spy
dudū
fault, mistake; other; like; difference; dudū tang moreover, not only; adudwan to differ; madudwan various; dumudwakěn separated one from the other; dudūng expect (for)
dudug
to rise to; to reach; to penetrate, to soak
dudut
pull; adudut to pull, to draw; angdudut to depart; to start
dudul
dumudul to stab; to push, to urge
dunung
aim, goal, purpose, end; place; mangdunungakěn to go to; dumunung to live; padunungan (dwelling-) place
dūm
task; function; part; adūm to part; madūm to cause; madūm deśa to go in various directions
dumana
our part may be
dumung
a snake (the Java cobra)
dumeh
cause, reason; to cause; dumehan reason
dūra
(S) far; aduduran to stand far away; duran how; whatsoever
durācāra
(S) criminal, miscreant; kadurācāran criminality, crime; wicked deed, evil deed
durātmā
(S) 1. bad conduct. 2. giant, demon

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dūratmaka
(S) criminal, miscreant
dūradarśana
(S) ability to see far and to see mysterious things
durādarśī
(S dūradarśin) to see mysterious things
dūrāntara
quite impossible
duray
a kind of fruit
durawasāna
(S) to have a bad result; to come to a bad end
durug
angdurugi to follow
durung
not yet
durus
very; extreme, extraordinary, exceeding
durgga
(S) difficult to be passed, difficult to walk through; difficulty, trouble; entrenchment; pinakadurgga to be/become a load or burden
durggati
(S) danger
durggandha
(S) to smell bad; kadurggandhan bad smell, stink
durggama
(S) difficult to pass; difficult; hard; strong
durggrāhya
(S) difficult to understand; difficult to defeat
durjjana
(S) miscreant, criminal; wicked, bad, criminal, evil
durjjaya
(S) difficult to defeat
durdānta
(S) untamable; indomitable
durdura
(S) toad, frog
durnaya
(S) bad conduct, evil behavior; improper; inexperienced
durnīti
(S) not wise; not tactful; not tactical

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durniwārya
(S) difficult to prevent or avert
durbbala
(S) powerless, impotent, at a loss; fainted, unconscious; bad army; in danger; weakness; weak
durbhāga
(S durbhaga) poor, miserable; unlucky
durbhikṣa
(S) famine
durmanggala
(S) bad omen; unlucky
durmedha
(S) stupid, silly; kadurmedhan stupidity, ignorance
duryaśa
(S duryaśas) shame, blame; shaming, to shame
durlakṣana
(S) bad omen; kadurlakṣaṇan bad name/reputation
durlakṣmī
(S) unlucky; poor, miserable
durlaga
pinakadurlaga difficult to resist; difficult to abolish
durlabha
(S) difficult to acquire; difficulty; loss, damage
durwaktra
(S) another name for Ganeśa
durwiweka
(S) stupid, silly
durwyasana
(S) crime, wickedness, criminality; fault, shame, blot; kadurwyasanan evil/bad/wicked deed
durśīla
(S duhśīla) bad conduct; wicked behavior; andurśīlani to do wicked/evil things
dulang
andulang to put food into the mouth of another with one's hand
dulěk
dulěkěn stab!
dulög
hate, to hate; suspicious; andulěg to suspect
dulit
madulit lime seller
dulu
andulu to see
dulur
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with; and; adulu-dulur to accompany; sadulur all accompanying elements
dūwa
1. a kind of flower. 2. with; kadūwān in connection with
duwěg
1. the proper time; the right time; duwěgan young coconut fruit. 2. expert; smith. 3. moment. 4. must; to be time to; it is the right time to. 5. away with (him, it, etc.) be damned. 6. come! please!
duwěl
dinuwěl torn off
duśśila
(S duḥśīla) wicked, evil, bad
duṣa
(S doṣa) miduṣa will do wicked things
duṣana
(S) stain, shame; loss; fault, blot; want, lack, shortage; kaduṣanana molested, tyrannized, ill-treated
duṣkara
(S) difficult to carry out; difficult to defeat
duṣkulina
(S) of low birth
duṣkṛta
(S) sin; crime; criminal, miscreant; bad luck
duṣkṛti
(S) wicked/evil deed; calamity, disaster; bad luck
duṣṭa
(S) criminal, miscreant; wicked, evil, bad, sinful
duṣṭakarmma
(S) crime, sin, wickedness, badness, criminality; criminal, miscreant
duṣṭacitta
(S) criminal, miscreant, evildoer, malefactor
duṣṭatāpasī
(S) evil female hermit
duṣṭanāginī
(S) evil female snake
duṣṭabuddhi
(S) evil-hearted
duṣṭara
(S) cannot be stopped, cannot be kept

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duh
water; plant sap; milk, oil; angduhi to add oil
duhět
a tree (ḍuwět tree)
duhi
a kind of fruit
duhitā
(S) daughter; girl
duhitāmatṛ
(S) daughter and mother
duhilatěn
to lick; see dilat
duhung
mangduhungakěn to wound; to stab with a kris (dagger); kaduhung wounded with a kris
duhun
(ḍuhun) former(ly); see ruhun
duḥka
(S duḥka) sadness, sorrow; disaster, calamity; sick of sadness/sorrow; duhkāntara sad, sadness
duḥkakāla
(S duḥkhakāla) time of sufferings
duḥkaduḥkatā
(S duḥkhaduḥkhatā) sufferings from sadness
duḥkāntaśalya
(S duḥkhāntaśalya) sufferings which oppress one's feelings; oppresive sufferings
duḥkabhāra
(S duḥkhabhāra) deep distress; great sufferings
duḥkārṇṇawa
(S duḥkhārṇṇawa) ocean of sufferings
duḥkita
(S duḥkhita) sad, distressed, sorrowful; miserable
duḥkṛta
(S) wicked deed, evil deed; see duṣkṛta
dṛk
(S dṛś) view, sight, glance; dinṛk seen, visible
dṛdha
(S) strong; enormous, tremendous; very; loyal; tight; intimate; desire, craving (for)
dṛdhabhakti
(S) very loyal
dṛdhawrata
(S) strong in ascetic practice
dṛbya
(S drawya) thing; property; see dṛwya, drabya

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dṛwya
(S) thing; property; madṛwya to own, to have; owner, proprietor; umadṛwyakěn to have right to
dṛśa
(S) sight, glance, view; figure, appearance
dṛśya
(S) visible; beautiful
dṛśyādṛśya
(S) 1. one moment visible, another moment invisible. 2. tossing up and down
dṛṣṭa
(S) seen
dṛṣṭānta
(S) example; pattern; comparison; sacred formula
dṛṣṭi
(S) 1. eye; view, panorama. 2. two
dṛṣṭiwiṣa
(S) wicked eye; to have a bad intention
dṛṣṭopama
(S) like someone who is looking; as if watched by somebody
de
deed, action; matter; cause; way; angde intention; by; of; against, toward; to cause, to raise; sadenya let it; better (to) ...; all right; sadenyan ta because; deni because; de sang ṛṣi maluy because the hermit returned
dede
other, to differ
den
ought to be; must be
deni
by; for; see de and ni
dening
by; because
denyāt
in order that you ...
denyān
because
deya
what will be done; makadeya-deya because of an evil plan
dera
because (of); by
dewa
(S) god
dewaṛṣi
(S) hermit living together with the gods

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dewakanyā
(S) nymph
dewakanyakā
(S) nymph
dewakārya
(S) ceremony for the gods
dewaki
(S) Kṛṣṇa's mother
dewakinnara
(S) heavenly musician
dewākṛti
(S) to have a body like a god; like a god's body
dewagaṇa
(S) group of gods; the gods
dewāgama
(S) consultation of the gods
dewagiri
(S) mountain of the gods
dewagupta
(S) protected by the gods
dewaguru
(S) teacher of the gods; kadewagurwan temple
dewagṛha
(S) temple; palace
dewāngga
(S) light red cloth
dewāngganā
(S) nymph
dewāngśa
(S) god's incarnation
dewāngśaka
(S) god's incarnation
dewāngśuka
white silk
dewatā
(S) 1. god. 2. late, deceased
dewatākṛti
(S) to have a divine appearance; to look like a god
dewatāngśa
(S) incarnation of the gods
dewatātulya
(S) like a god; similar to a god
dewatātmaka
(S) to have the qualities of a god; see dewātmaka
dewatādi
(S) the gods (and all the rest)

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dewatāpsaragaṇa
(S) a group of gods and nymphs
dewatārupa
(S) to look like a god
dewatī
(S) nymph
dewatṛpti
(S) satisfaction of the gods; to satisfy the gods
dewātmaka
(S) to have the qualities of a god; kadewātmakan happiness
dewadāru
(S) a pine tree (Pinus deodara)
dewadūta
(S) messengers of the gods
dewadaitya
(S) gods and demons
dewapūjā
(S) prayer
dewaputra
(S) son of god
dewabrata
(S dewawrata) 1. vow to god; loyal or obidient to god. 2. another name for Bhisma
dewamanyu
(S) abundance coming from god
dewamaya
(S) like a god; similar to a god
dewamūrtti
(S) incarnation of a god
dewayakṣāsura
(S) gods, yaksas and demons
dewāyatana
(S) dwelling-place of the gods
dewayātrā
(S) procession with holy paintings
dewayāna
(S) heavenly roads
dewara
(S) 1. younger brother/sister of one's brother-in-law. 2. darling, beloved, dear; husband
dewaratha
(S) carriage of the gods
dewaraja
(S) another name for Indra
dewālaya
(S) heaven; dwelling-place of gods; temple

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dewalingga
(S) god's image
dewaloka
(S) dwelling-place of gods
dewawaktra
(S) mouths of gods
dewaweśma
(S) temple
dewaśatru
(S) enemy of gods; demon, giant
dewaśabda
(S) voice of gods
dewāśraya
(S) a request for help from the gods
dewāsurasanggha
(S) a group of gods and demons
dewasma
(S) property of god
dewāhāra
(S) request to the gods; padewāhāran temple; madewāhāra-hāran to request assistance from the gods repeatedly
dewī
(S) 1. nymph; goddess. 2. king's daughter; wife; darling, beloved, dear
deweśwara
(S) king of the gods; another name for Śiwa
dewotsawa
(S) feast of the gods
dewopakāra
(S) a prayer made by a god; benefit or present from a god
deśa
(S) place; direction; area, region, country, district, village; square
deśadṛṣṭa
(S deśadṛṣṭam) what is considered traditional in a country
deśanā
(S) indication, information; lesson; mangdeśanākěn to teach, to instruct
deśāntara
(S) another place
deśabhanggabhaya
(S) danger of destruction of a land/area
deśalābha
(S) to get a piece of land
deśawarṇṇana
(S) picture of a country; description

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of a region
deha
(S) body; adeha śuddhi to have a holy body
dehārddha
(S) Śiwa and Parwatī united in one image/statue
daitya
(S) demon, giant
daityarūpa
(S) to have the appearance of a demon or giant
daityawān
(S) to have the qualities of a demon/giant
daiwa
(S daiwan) fate
dok
an owl
doja
(S dhwaja) flag, banner
dodot
robes of state, court dress; see dwadwat
don
cause; reason; intention; meaning; purpose, goal; angdon to go to; to attack; makadon intended; to mean; dumon to attack; dondon purpose, goal, aim, end
dopara
(S dwāpara) impossible; deceit, lie; doubt, hesitation
doyan
to like, to be fond of
doron
better
dol
dumol to sell; see dwal
dolā
(S) to rock, to swing; uneasy, worried; to totter, tottering
dolāyamānacitta
(S) to hesitate, doubtful
dolyamāna
(S) to hesitate, doubtful
doṣa
(S) fault, defect, shame, blot; transgression, trespass, mistake; criminality, crime; punishment; sin; makadoṣa to sin
doṣajña
(S) to know the fault/defect/sin/blot

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doh
distance; far; adoh far; angdoh to go further from; to keep far away
dohitra
(S dauhitra) grandchild
dyah
1. king's daughter or son; girl; adyah young girl; angdyahi to marry. 2. feminine weakness
dyūta
(S) gambling
dyūtaṇita
(S dyūtapaṇita) gambling
dyūtabañcana
(S) cheating in games
dyun
earthen water barrel; earthen cooking pot; angdyun potter; dinyun made of pottery
dyus
adyus to bathe
dyota
(S) ray, radiance; shine, light, gleam; kadyota lighted, illuminated
drāk
(S) then; soon; as quickly as possible
drākṣa
(S) grape; wine; an alcocholic drink
drabya
(S drawya) property; riches, wealth, treasures
drawa
(S) to flow; melted; to overflow; to stream; drawā will break, will explode
drawya
(S) see drabya
drěng
angdrěng to push, to urge
drutawilambita
(S) name of a verse meter (fast and slow)
druhaka
(S drohaka) to disobey; disobedient; godless, sinful; disdain, humiliation; sly, cunning; treason, betrayal; see drohaka
droṇa
(S) cauldron
drohaka
(S) betrayal, treason; cunning, sly; criminal, miscreant
drohakamitra
(S) to betray one's own friend

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drohī
(S drohin) betrayal, treason
dlāha
(dělāha) in the future; afterwards; at the end; in the end, finally
dwā
1. a lie; adwā ambiguous; astray; wrong; unreliable, untrustworthy. 2. tandwa soon, directly; afterwards, later on
dwādaśa
(S) twelve
dwādaśāditya
(S) the twelve Adityas
dwādaśāra
(S) with twelve fingers
dwādaśawarṣa
(S) twelve years
dwādaśaśata
(S) one hundred and twelve
dwādaśī
(S) the twelfth day from the middle of the month
dwadwat
see dodot
dwadwal
delicacy made of glutinous rice-meal
dwandwa
(S) 1. couple. 2. opponent, adversary; a hand-to-hand fight; adwandwa to confront, to face one another
dwandwan
a moment, an instant, just
dwandwayuddha
(S) hand-to-hand fight
dwāpara
(S) 1. the third age. 2. a lie
dway
adway finished
dwaya
(S) two; twofold; a set, a couple; angdwaya two kinds of people
dwāra
(S) door, gate
dwārādhyakṣa
(S) temple guard
dwārapāla
(S) porter, doorkeeper
dwal
adwal 1. to sell. 2. rotten

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dwāwingśat
(S dwāwiṃśati) twenty-two
dwi
(S) two
dwī
wing
dwicandra
(S) two moons
dwija
(S) hermit, priest; brāhmaṇa (the twice-born)
dwijāngśa
(S) brāhmaṇa (the twice-born)
dwijāti
(S) twice-born (people of the highest caste)
dwijawara
(S) excellent priest
dwijasūnu
(S) son of a priest
dwitīya
(S) second
dwīpa
(S) island
dwipāngga
(S) elephant
dwipāntara
(S) other island
dwipāyana
(S) another name for Byāsa
dwirada
(S) elephant
dwirepha
(S) a beetle
dwiwara
(S) the week consisting of two days
dwiṣṭa
(S) middle
dweṣa
(S) hate, rancor; enmity; dumweṣa to have a grudge against

DH

dhā
(S dharaṇa) a weight of 2/5 karṣa (a kind of weight)
dhāga
(S) to want; will; intended
dhātā
(S dhātar) Creator; see dhātṛ

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dhātu
(S) element; material, stuff; minerals; adhātu like minerals
dhātutulya
(S) like minerals
dhāturāga
(S) color of minerals
dhātṛ
(S dhātar) creator; see dhātā
dhātṛdewī
(S) wife of the creator
dhana
(S) money; tax; fortune; goods, property, possessions
dhanada
(S) giver of goods/property; another name for Kuwera
dhanadabrata
(S) loyalty to Kuwera
dhanādipa
(S) king of riches; another name for Kuwera
dhanādhyakṣa
(S) keeper of riches; another name for Kuwera
dhanapa
(S) another name for Kuwera
dhanapati
(S) another name for Kuwera
dhanapara
(S) longing for property
dhanapāla
(S) another name for Kuwera
dhanamada
(S) proud of property
dhanawitaraṇa
(S) distribution of possessions
dhanika
(S) wealthy person; wealthy
dhaniṣṭhā
(S) 1. exceedingly rich. 2. name of a star
dhanu
(S) 1. bow; arrow. 2. shore, coast; island
dhanurgraha
(S) soldier armed with bow and arrow
dhanuradhara
(S) soldier armed with bow and arrow
dhanudharaśāstra
(S) knowledge of the use of bow and arrow

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dhanurweda
(S) skill in the use of bow and arrow; madhanurweda to train in shooting with bow and arrow
dhanuḥ
(S) bow
dhanendra
(S) another name for Kuwera
dhaneśwara
(S) another name for Kuwera; kadhaneśwaran riches, wealth
dhāraka
(S) permanent, stable; tough; persevering, steadfast; ready to help, willing to help
dhāraṇa
(S) to have, to possess; to keep, to stop; concentration; adhāraṇa to carry; dhumāraṇa to help, to assist; to protect
dhāraṇā
(S) patient
dhāraṇī
(S) earth
dharmma
(S) 1. law; right; task; obligation; merit, service; pious deed; duty. 2. hermitage; temple, mausoleum; guesthouse; andharmma to prepare a corpse for burial. 3. to adopt, adoption; sānak dharmma adopted brother/sister; makadharmma kurip father
dharmmakāñcana
(S) science of making gold
dharmmakāryādhika
(S) very pious deed
dharmmakuśala
(S) pious, devout, god-fearing
dharmmajñāna
(S) knowledge of obligations; to know one's duty
dharmmatulā
(S) consideration of justice; judgement
dharmmadeśanā
(S) science of good conduct; adharmmadeśanā to teach virtue, to teach goodness
dharmmādhyakṣa
(S) surveyor of holy temples; officer of religious affairs; president of the high court
dharmmapatnī
(S) legal wife; queen
dharmmaparāyaṇa
(S) pious, devout, god-fearing

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dharmmaputra
(S) 1. adopted child. 2. son of the god Dharmma; another name for Yudiṣṭhira
dharmmabuddhi
(S) just, fair, impartial; impartial and righteous
dharmmamūla
(S) scource of justice
dharmmayukti
(S) justice; uprightness, righteousness
dharmmayuddha
(S) a fair war (according to code)
dharmmārthakāma
(S) right; property, possession; desire
dharmmawighana
(S) to destroy justice; to transgress against what is right, to violate the right
dharmmaśāatra
(S) religious books
dharmmasatyaśrīnggara
(S) ornament symbolizing piety and devotion
dharmmasīma
(S) free country; untaxed region
dharmmasūnu
(S) son of the god Dharmma
dharmmika
(S) devotion to justice; task and obligation
dharmmuṣṭa
(S dharmmiṣṭha) very devout/pious/god-fearing
dharmmeṣṭi
very devout/pious/god-fearing; kadharmmeṣṭan beneficial influence; loyalty to dharmma
dharmmottama
(S) code of justice most appropriate to each class of society
dharmmopapati
(S) prime minister
dhāryya
(S) really, truly, in earnest, thoroughly
dhawala
(S) white
dhawalāngśuka
(S) white cloth
dhawalottarīya
(S) to wear white cloth

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dhik
(S) fie! bah!; scolding, snarl; angdhik to scold, to snarl
dhikkāra
(S) disdain, humiliation; warning, remark; dhumikkāra to prevent, to avoid; to reject, to refuse
dhīra
(S) brave, courageous, valiant; firm, permanent, constant, definite; loyal, faithful
dhīratara
(S) more courageous
dhirabrata
(S) constant in one's meditation
dhirottsaha
(S) earnest attempt; steadfast and industrious
dhīḥ
(S) 1. thought; feeling. 2. trick, ruse
dhūta
(S) vexed; disturbed
dhūpa
(S) incense; benzoin
dhūma
(S) smoke, vapor, steam, fume
dhūmaketu
(S) another name for Agni (god of fire)
dhumānarawata
with continuous smoke
dhūra
(S) a certain group of people
dhurandhara
(S) leader, foreman
dhūrtta
(S) sly, cunning; wicked, evil; miscreant, criminal
dhūli
(S) dust
dhṛti
(S) firm, constant, definite; steadfast, resolute; will; hard, fast; mangdhṛti to hold fast, to hold tightly; to attack
dhṛticitta
(S) firm, resolute, steady, persevering
dhairyya
(S) firmness, resoluteness, perseverance; wise conduct; insight, understanding; courage; steadiness
dhota
(S dhauta) white

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dhoraṇa
(S) elephant tamer
dhyāna
(S) meditation
dhyāyī
(S dhyāyin) to meditate
dhwaja
(S) banner, flag
dhwajāgra
(S) highest extreme point of a banner
dhwajataṇḍa
(S) signal banner
dhwajāḥṛta
(S) defeated one; loser; angdhwajāḥṛta to win; to be the winner
dhwani
(S) voice; sound
dhwas
(S dhwasta) destroyed; abolished

N

n
tird person pronoun: he, she, it
so, such; then; thus; namely; nang like that
naka
(S nakha) nail
nakāgra
(S nakhāgra) point of a nail
nakāngkita
(S nakhāngkita) marked with a nail
nakabraṇa
(S nakhabraṇa) wounded by a nail
nakulā
(S) female mongoose (Mungos ichneumon)
nakṣatra
(S) star; a group of stars
nāga
(S) snake; dragon; elephant; manāga full of snakes
nāgakanyā
(S) daughter of a dragon or snake
nāgakusuma
(S) nagasari flower; see nāgapuṣpa
nagāgra
(S) mountain top; peak of a mountain
nāgata
(S anāgata) next, coming; afraid of;

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to fear for; anxious, worried; manāgata afraid of, to fear for
nāgadanta
(S) tusk, canine tooth
nāgapaśa
(S) lasso (snare in the form of a snake, Indrajit's weapon)
nāgapuṣpa
(S) nagasari flower
nāgabhumi
(S) kingdom of snakes
nagara
(S) town, city, capital; country; palace; kingdom
nāgarāja
(S) king of dragons/snakes
nāgarajana
(S) inhabitant of a city
nāgaradwara
(S) city gate
nāgarūpa
(S) with the appearance of a snake
nāgaloka
(S) world of snakes
nāgasamūha
(S) group of snakes
nāginī
(S) female snake
nāginīkanyā
(S) daughter of a snake; snake-girl
nāgendra
(S) king of snakes
nagna
(S) naked, nude; naked/nude Buddhist monk
nagnā
(S) pre-pubescent girl
nagnikā
(S) pre-pubescent girl
nagnikṛ
(S) naked Jaina monk
nangka
nangka tree (Artocarpus integrifolia)
nangkěn
every; each; sanangkěn repeatedly, again and again; every time
nāṭa
(S) actor, player; dancer
nāṭaka
(S) actor, player

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nāṭakagiṇa
(S nāṭakaguṇa) player's behavior, actor's character
nāṭanarttakīprakāra
(S) particulars of male and female players
nāṭi
(S) female player; actress; female dancer
nāṭya
(S) dance, performance, show
nāḍī
(S) 1. a letter. 2. artery; blood vessel
natar
(S) 1. yard; square; plain. 2. anatar be put in order; regulated, regular
natgata
afraid, to fear; horrible, awful; see nagata
nātha
(S) protector; king; helper, rescuer; help, aid, assistance
nāthaja
(S) royal class; of royal birth
nāthabrata
a bracelet
nāthī
upright, righteous, honest, fair
nāda
(S) 1. tone, note; sound, voice. 2. river
nadī
(S) river
nadītata
(S) river bank
nadītara
(S) to cross a river
naditīra
(S) river bank
nadīna
(S) ocean, sea; Waruna (the sea-god)
nadīndra
(S) goddess of river
nadīpati
(S) king of river; ocean
nadīpukha
(S) river mouth
nadipūra
(S) overflowing river
nadīśa
(S) sea, ocean
nādhoraṇa
(S) to make a noise, throw into commotion

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nān
so, such a; such that, like that
nanā
1. destroyed, damaged; ruined, spoiled; wounded; ananā to torture, to injure, to wound; to destroy, to abolish. 2. (S) mother
nānā
(S) various, many
nānāprakāra
(S) various matters
nānāwidha
(S) various, different; several
nānāwidhākāra
(S) several forms; various shapes
nanah
ulcer, pus
nānāwarṇṇa
(S) multicolored
nantěn
such a, so, like that, such that; already; sure, certain; see nāhan
nanda
(S) 1. glad; gladness. 2. son
nandaka
(S) bull
nandana
(S) son; see nanda
nandanopawanādi
(S) forest Nandana
nandi
(S) another name for Wiṣṇu or Śiwa
nandin
(S) 1. one who gives gladness. 2. the mount of Śiwa
nandinī
(S) daughter; another name of the goddess Durggā; the mount of Śiwa
nandiwardhana
(S) 1. to increase happiness. 2. son
naparīkṣa
(S) without investigation; without examination
napungsaka
(S) eunuch; hermaphrodite; castrated person
napungsakalingga
(S) of hermaphrodite type
nabha
(S nabhah) firmament, sky; cloud

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nabhastala
(S) firmament, sky; heaven
nabhastalamaya
(S) consisting of fog or clouds
nābhi
(S) center; anābhi to concentrate on, to have as a center
nabhya
(S) clouded; foggy
nāma
(S nāman) name
namaskāra
(S) worship
namaskṛta
(S) named; inaugurated, installed
namu
(namū) praise, eulogy, recommendations; namu-namu atmosphere with wavy appearance because of the heat of the sun
namuk
mosquito
namostu
(S) praise, uelogy, recommendations
namblas
sixteen
nāmya
(S) to bow, to bend, to stoop; anāmya to pay homage; to honor by making a bow
naya
(S) guidance; leader, foreman; wise conduct; understanding, tact, insight; attitude; behavior, doings; manaya-naya meddling, interference, intervention; to meddle, to interfere; tan wruh i naya tactless, improper
nayaka
(S) leader, foreman; special, best; oldest
nayana
eye; jewel; a kind of jewel; anayana precious stone; kanayana visible
nayapangkaja
(S) a lotus
nayawit
(S) experienced; expert
nayanggita
(S) wise conduct and attitude; understanding and tact
nayopaya
insight and effort
nayopadya
(S) that which is in accordance with

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insight and what is prohibited; conduct, behavior, doings
nara
(S) man, husband; hero
nāra
(S) atmosphere
naraka
(S) hell; evil, wicked, sinful; bad, good-for-nothing; suffering
narakapāla
(S) man's head; hell-keeper
narakaripu
(S) another name for Kṛṣṇa
narakastha
(S) in hell
nārāca
(S) an arrow
nārācabhallaśara
(S) various (kinds of) arrows
nāracāstra
(S) an arrow
narādhipa
(S) king
narādhipati
(S) king
naranātha
(S) king
naranāthadewi
(S) queen
narapati
(S) king
narapatipatnī
(S) queen
narapatisuta
(S) king's son
narapwan
in order to, in order that; see marapwan
narabhakṣaka
(S) man-eater
naramāngsa
(S naramāṃsa) human flesh
nārāyaṇāngśa
(S) incarnation of Wiṣṇu
narāyya
(S) king
narawaṇḍu
guest
narawara
(S) chosen hero; most excellent hero

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narawṛtta
(S) rumors
narasingha
(S) another name for Wiṣṇu
narī
(S) woman
narīśwarī
(S) queen
narihyang
(S) Śiwa as Arddha
narendra
(S) king
narendragharinī
(S) queen
narendrātmaja
(S) king's son
narendratmaya
(S) king's son
narendrādhipa
king
narendrānujā
(S) younger sister of the queen
narendraputra
(S) king's son
narendraputrī
(S) king's daughter
narendramahisī
queen
narendrasuta
(S) king's son
nareśwarātmā
(S) king's soul
narttakī
(S) female dancer
narttakīgṛha
(S) home of female dancer
narttana
(S) dance; manarttana to dance
narmmadānadī
(S) the river Narmmadā
naryyama
(S) supreme commander
nala
(S anala) fire
nāla
(S) trunk (of a tree); stem; stalk; sinew, muscle; heart
nālikā
(S) period of twenty-four minutes; moment, instant; sanālikā a moment; just; soon

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nālikira
(S nālikera) coconut
nawagraha
(S) nine planets; name of a textile with a flower motif
nawacandra
(S) nine moons
nawadwāra
(S) nine holes
nawamālinī
(S) name of a verse rhythm
nawamī
(S) ninth
nawaratna
(S) nine jewels
nawawaktra
(S) nine faces
nawawīdha
(S) nine-fold
naṣṭa
(S) gone, to disappear; rotten
nāsā
(S) nose; see nāsikā
nasi
rice
nāsikā
(S) nose
nastapa
see manastāpa
nāstika
(S) unbeliever; infidel
nāhan
so, such a, such like, like that; see nantěn; nāhan ta such a one; nāhan tang wṛkṣa look at that tree
něk
aněkněk sad, distressed, sorrowful
někět
aněkět to advise, to remind of; to show; maněkět wise person; piněkět prohibition
něněh
saněněh all; what one has; anything, everything
něp
close together, packed
něbněb
angněbněb to pant, panting
něm
six
nöt
aněnötakěn to pause, to rest

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nöb
resoluteness, steadfastness; manöb resolute, steadfast
ni
genitive particle: of
nikā
genitive form of ikā
nikang
genitive form of ikang
nikaṭa
(S) close by; close to; near by; near to
nikān
nika + an
nikana
genitive form of ikana
nikanang
genitive form of ikanang
niki
genitive form of iki
niking
genitive form of iking
nikihěn
see niki
niku
genitive form of iku
nike
genitive form of ike
nikeng
genitive form of ikeng
niketama
(S) house, home
nigraha
(S) fine; cash penalty
ning
see ni
nīca
(S) low, mean, humble; of low grade
nicagati
(S) to commit a contemptible deed
nicajanma
(S) of low birth; humble/mean/low person
nicahā
(S anicahā) hate; to hate
nita
(S paṇita) bet; gambling; anita to gamble; to bet, to stake; manita-nitan to form a pair, married
nitala
(S) hell

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nīti
(S) behavior, conduct; insight, understanding, tact; constitution, form of government; manīti to consult; tactful, tactical, judicious, sagacious
nītijña
(S) intelligent and sagacious
nītimān
(S) intelligent and sagacious
nitya
(S) continuous(ly); incessant(ly)
nityakarmma
(S) compulsory prayer; prayers which must be done at fixed times
nityakāla
(S) any time; any moment; at all times; always
nityaśa
(S nityaśaḥ) continuous, incessant
nityasari
(S nityasarin) continuously delirious
nityasewaka
(S) always devoted/loyal/faithful to
nityahotri
(S) compulsory offerings/sacrifices
nidrā
(S) to sleep
nidhāna
(S) to keep, to treasure up, to preserve; storage, storehouse; property, possessions
nini
girl; a form of address for a young woman; unmarried woman; kaninyan woman
nindā
(S) warning, reprimand; disdain, humiliation; to blame, to disapprove, to find fault with
nindanīya
ought to be blamed, ought to be disapproved
nindita
(S) disapproved; blamed; reprimanded, rebuked
nindya
(S) reprimanded, rebuked
nipis
manipis thin
nipuna
(S) clever, skillful; expert; experienced
nibiḍa
(S) thick; strong; hard
nibha
(S) to look like; like; similar to

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nibhṛti
(S) loyalty; secret; solitude, silence
nimitta
(S) cause, reason; sign, mark; makanimitta because (of)
nimna
(S) deep; meaningful
nimnagā
(S) river
nimnapati
(S) sea, ocean
nimnasuta
(S) another name for Bhīṣma
niyaga
paniyaga newcomer; replacement
niyata
(S) clear, bright; obvious; sure,certain
niyama
(S) compulsory; obligation, pressure, compulsion; promise; (self-) discipline
niyuta
(S) million
nir
(S) gone, disappeared; no, not
nira
genetive form of sira
nīra
(S) water
nirākāra
(S) bodiless; formless
nirākula
(S) clear, bright; calm, quiet
nirakṣara
(S) without letters; without an alphabet
nirāgama
(S) improper, indecent; in a forbidden way
nirāgraha
(S) not to stick to anything
nirang
nira + ng
nirangkuśa
(S) improper, indecent
nirācāra
(S) without custom and tradition; bad/evil/sinful behavior
nirājñanī
(S) another name for Saraswatī
niratiśaya
(S) highest, supreme

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nirātma
(S) dead
nirātmaka
(S) heavenly enjoyment, heavenly comfort
nirātmaya
(S) death; signs of death
nīrada
(S) cloud
nirādara
(S) improper, indecent
nirān
nira + an
nirantaka
(S) immortal, undying, deathless
nirantara
(S) continuous, incessant
nirapekṣa
(S) not to mind; indifferent, apathetic
nirāmaya
(S) healthy, healthful
nirāmiṣa
(S) with no flesh, without flesh
nirayapada
(S) hell
nirāyuddha
(S) unarmed
nirār
nira + ar
nirartha
(S) purposeless, aimless
nirarthaka
(S) not useful; good-for-nothing; vain
nirālambana
(S) without help/assistance
nirāwādha
(S) small, little; unhampered; without troubles; innocent, faultless; to be unmistaken
nirāwādhaka
(S nirābādhaka) invulnerable
nirāwaraṇa
(S) open; anirāwaraṇa clear, bright, pure
nirawaśeṣa
(S) without remainder; to the last one
nirāśraya
(S) witout protection; unprotected; powerless, impotent
nirāśrayayati
(S) powerless hermit
nirastu
(S) vow, solemn promise; oath

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nirāhāra
(S) to fast
niriti
(S niṛti) god of death
nirukti
(S) 1. meditation; cause; information, explanation; name; truth. 2. orderly, in order
niruttara
(S) to have no answer; not to know how to answer
nirutsāha
(S) powerless, impotent
nirupadrawa
(S) safe; unhampered; undisturbed
nirupekṣa
(S) indifferent; apathetic; not sad; not distressed
nīroga
(S) healthy, healthful; see nirroga
nirosadha
(S nirausadha) incurable
nirgiṇa
(S nirguṇa) trifle; small; useless, of no use
nirguṇa
(S) trifle; small; useless, of no use
nirgrāhaka
(S) to have no passions, passionless
nirghaṇa
(S) unclouded
nirghṛna
(S) cruel, cruelty
nirghoṣaṇa
(S) secretly, stealthily; soundlessly
nirjahara
(S nirjhara) rapids; waterfall
nirdon
useless; of no use; aimless, purposeless
nirdoṣa
(S) innocent; faultless; without sin, without guilt
nirdhūma
(S) smokeless; steamless
nirbāṇa
(S nirwāṇa) heaven; deliverance, rescue, redemption
nirbyāpara
(S nirwyāpāra) without doing anything
nirbyamoha
(S nirwyāmoha) without drunkenness

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nirbhagna
(S) not successful, not to succeed
nirbhāgya
(S) bad luck, unlucky; unhappy
nirbhaya
(S) not afraid, not fearing
nirmāṇa
(S) not afraid, not fearing
nirmala
(S) pure, clean; holy, sacred, immaculate; stainless; clear; silent, still, lonely
nirmalajñāna
(S) clearly aware, very conscious
nirmalaswabhāwa
(S) to have a pure/clean character
nirmukta
(S) free, redeemed; redemption
nirmoda
charitable; philanthropist
nirroga
(S) healthful, healthy
nirlajja
(S) unashamed, impudent, insolent, impertinent
nirwwa
useless, of no use; impotent, powerless
nirwādhaka
(S) without resistance, without opposition
nirwāpita
(S) extinguished, dimmed
nirwastu
gone, disappeared; to disappear
nirwikāra
(S) without change, unchanged; without injury, unharmed
nirwighna
(S) undisturbed
nirwighnāstu
(S nirwighnam astu) that there be no hindrance
nirwighnatā
(S) to goon undisturbed
nirwīja
(S) not to produce seed
nirwiwakṣa
(S) unknown; silly, stupid; ignorant
nirwiweka
(S) imprudent, incautious
nirwiṣaya
(S) free from worldly passions

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nirwismaya
(S) not astonished, not amazed
nīla
(S) dark blue, sapphire blue
nīlakaṇṭha
(S) another name for Śiwa
nīlākāra
(S) of dark blue color; dark blue
nīlānggu
(S) a kind of insect
nīlāngśuka
(S) dark blue
nīlajalada
(S) black cloud
nīlapakṣi
(S nīlapakṣin) a blue bird
nīlāmbara
(S) blue clothes
nīlalohita
(S) another name for Śiwa
nīlawarṇṇa
(S) blue colored
nīlasaroya
(S) blue lotus
nīlotpala
(S) blue lotus
nīlotpaladala
(S) leaf of the blue lotus
nīlotpalasari
(S) blue lotus
niwandha
(S nibandha) cause, reason
niwāryya
(S) to refuse, to reject; to resist
niwāsana
(S) a cloth
niwedya
(S naiwedya) a sacrifice, an offering; niniwedya used as a sacrifice/offering
niweśa
(S) home
niśakara
(S) moon
niśāprahara
(S) night watchman
niśācara
(S) evil spirit; ghost
nīśala
(S wiśāla) to gleam, to sparkle, to glitter

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niśita
(S) sharp; poisonous
niśitāstra
(S) sharp arrow
niśitha
(S) night; midnight
niścaya
(S) sure, certain; obvious, clear; convinced; proof
niścala
(S) immovable; permanent, fixed, firm, constant; unchangeable
niścetana
(S) fainted, swooned, unconscious
niśwāsa
(S) to breathe; breath
niśśabda
(S) silent; voiceless
niśśaraṇa
(S niḥśaraṇa) helpless; powerless, impotent
niśśetana
(S niḥśetana) immovable
niśśeṣa
(S niḥśeṣa) without remainder; whole; all
niśśreyaśrīra
(S) to have an invisible body
niśśreyasa
(S niḥśreyaṣa) there is no better one; the best
niṣkapti
(S) passionless
niṣkāraṇa
(S) without reason; aimless, purposeless
niṣkaruṇawadana
(S) to utter sharp words; to scold
niṣkārya
(S) purposeless, aimless
niṣkala
(S) invisible; inseparable
niṣkalangka
(S) stainless
niṣkalajāti
(S) the hereafter
niṣkriga
(S) without work; without ceremony
niṣkṣatriya
(S) without knights, without warriors
niṣṭura
(S niṣṭhura) hard; rough; rugged; cruel; evil, wicked; conceited

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niṣṭuṣṭa
(S) powerless, impotent
niṣprakyampya
(S) immovable; not trembling
niṣprapañcajñāna
(S) consciousness of equality
niṣphala
(S) not to succeed, to fail, unsuccessful
nis
anis to go stealthily/secretly; to disappear
niskāra
sapaniskāra all, the whole
nistāya
though, however
nistṛṣna
(S) cruel
nisteja
(S) not gleaming, not sparkling; powerless, impotent
nisparigraha
(S niṣparigraha) unattained, not reached
nispramāṇā
(S niṣpramāṇa) to have no evidence of property
nisprāya
(S niṣprāya) nearly dead
nisprayojana
(S niṣprayojana) purposeless, aimless
nispriya
(S niḥspṛha) to have no mind, to have no desire
nismara
without love, without pity; pitiless
nismṛti
at one's wit's end, to forget
nissangśaya
(S niḥsaṃśaya) sure, certain
nissandeha
(S niḥsandeha) without doubt, doubtless
nissāra
(S niḥsara) powerless, impotent, desperate
nissahāya
(S niḥsahāya) friendless
nisswabhāwa
(S niḥswabhāwa) to have no personality
nih
anih powerless, impotent; dissapeared, gone; dead
nihata
(S) killed

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nihan
this, like this
nuam
manuam young; see nwam
nugraha
(S anugraha) gift, present, award
nuntěn
anuntěn to point at, in the direction of, to steer for, to go up to, to make for
nūsa
island
nūsāntara
other island
nusāntari
other island
nṛtta
(S) dance; to dance
nṛttaśālā
(S) hall for dancing; dance-hall
nṛpa
(S) king; see nṛpati
nṛpatanaya
(S) king's son; see nṛpatiputra
nṛpati
(S) king; see nṛpa
nṛpatiputra
(S) king's son
nṛpatisuta
(S) king's son
nṛpāmaja
(S) king's son
nṛpaduhitā
(S) king's daughter; see nṛpaputrī
nṛpaputra
(S) king's son
nṛpaputrī
(S) king's daughter
nṛpaputrikā
(S) king's daugther
nṛpasuta
(S) king's son
nṛpawadhū
(S) queen
nek
amanek to climb, to ascend
neka
(S naika) many, much; various, several, different
nekatula
(S naikatula) match, competition

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nekaprakāra
(S naikaprakāra) to have various qualities/features
netra
(S) eye; sakit netra, lara netra to fall in love
netrawiṣaya
(S) something to please/satisfy the eyes
naiyāyiladarśana
(S) a mystic movement in India; a kind of dialectics
naiyāyikādi
(S) a kind of dialectics (and all the rest)
nairiti
(S) northwest
nairṛtāstra
(S) a giant arrow
naiwedya
(S) sacrifice
nopura
(S nūpura) foot-bracelet, ankle-ring
nora
not, no; there is no
nohan
good luck; happiness; very glad
nta
genetive form of kita
ntoh
also, too; see toh
nda
(ndā) then; and; but; further; afterwards, later on
ndak
nda + k
ndātak
nda + tak
ndātag
nda + tag
ndatatīta
pass it! leave it!
ndatan
no, not
ndatar
no, not
ndatīa
leave it! stop it!
ndan
but; then; now; and

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ndah
well! hey!
ndi
where, which; see ndya
nduk
formerly; (at the) moment; instant
ndug
moment, instant; see nduk
ndya
where might it be (ndi + a)
nya
his, her, its, their
nyā
this, like this; see nihan
nyak
introductory word of a sentence
nyagrodha
(S) banyan tree (beringin, Ficus benjamina)
nyang
see nyā; this
nyat
nya + t
nyad
nya + d
nyan
nya + an
nyapan
ni + apan
nyama
for; for the sake of; that
nyāya
(S) rule, regulation, order; manner, way; thought
nyār
nya + ar
nyāsa
1. (S) preserved, saved up, kept; storehouse, storage. 2. building, hall. 3. to pretend; sanyāsa like, as if
nyu
rough form of nta (q.v.)
nyū
coconut
nyūgaḍing
dwarf-coconut tree
nwam
anwam young; child

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