W

cinder, glowing coal; sun; ray, radiance; awā clear, bright; to radiate, to lighten, to shine
wāk
word; awāk to say
wakā
(S) a kind of plant
wakul
basket
wākcapala
(S) to talk excessively; incautious or rude in one's speech
wākcitta
(S) internal, inner self
waktā
(S waktar) speaker; orator; tan waktan not to mention, not needing further description
waktra
(S) face, head, mouth
wākpaṭu
(S) wise words
wākparuṣa
(S) rough words
wākprakaṭa
(S) clear words; hard words; rustling, buzzing; proud, conceited
wākbajra
(S wāgwajra) sharp words
wākya
(S wākhya) word
wākyākaśa
(S) voice from the sky
wākyawādhaka
(S) to discuss, to protest, to disapprove
wākyasanggama
(S) promise
wakrabuddhi
(S) cunning, sly; sharp, shrewd
wakroti
(S) stupidity; prolix words, intricate words, interlaced words
wākśāpa
(S) a verbal curse

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wākśūra
(S) heroic words
wakṣa
(wakṣas) breast
wāksāyaka
(S) an arrow produced by word magic
wagag
to hop along
wagal
wagal-wagal stupid, silly; shallow
wagěd
clever; to know
wagīśwarī
(S) goddess of language
wagug
wagugěn sad, distressed; doubtful
wagus
beautiful, splendid
wage
name of one of the day of the five-day week
wāgmī
(S) fluent
wāgyu
to totter, tottering
wāgyut
storm; mawāgyut to totter, tottering
wāgyutpāta
squall; gust of wind
wang
1. opportunity, chance. 2. powder for the breast
wanga
pamanga open
wangal
giant
wangi
odorous, fragrant; awangi odorous, fragrant
wanguṇḍahina
dawn
wangun
to get up; amangun to build up, to set up; to make; to carry out; wangunan building
wanguntur
throne
wangkong
a flat-bottomed barge
wangkay
corpse; see wangke
wangkal
a tree

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wangkawa
rainbow; awangkawa like a rainbow
wangkěl
amangkěl offended, grieved; to stick in one's throat
wangking
flank; waist; wangking-wangking anus; waist
wangku
wangku-wangku edge, rim, side
wangke
corpse
wangkrah
winangkrah prepared
wangkang
anus
wangbang
youth, young man
wangwang
to go out; to prove, to turn out; doubtful; mwangwang to go out; winangwang seen, watched, visible
wangśa
(S waṃśa) 1. descendant, generation, offspring; family; nation; tan pawangśa mamī the fact that I have no descendants. 2. a reed
wangśakrama
(S waṃśakrama) succession of descendants
wangśaja
(S waṃśja) (of) noble birth
wangśajati
(S waṃśajati) (of) noble birth
wangśapatra
(S waṃśapatra) glass
wangśapatrapatita
(S waṃśapattrapatita) fallen upon a reed; gently fallen; name of a verse meter
wangśastha
(S waṃśastha) inside a piece of bamboo; name of a verse meter
wangśasthiti
(S) inside a piece of bamboo; name of a verse meter
wangsi
flute; see bangsi
wangsit
sign, mark; address; hint, signal; mawangsit to whisper; to inform
wangsil
to go back, to return; see wangsul

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wangsul
to go beck, to return; amangsula go back! come back! pamangsul echo
waca
amaca to read
wacaka
(S) to utter something; to say something
wacana
(S) word
wacanapati
(S) spokesman of the gods; i.e., the gods Soma, Wiswakarman, Prajāpati and Brahma
wācā
(S) discussion; goddess of words, i.e., Saraswatī
waja
1. steel. 2. tooth; pawajan gum(s). 3. pamaja front guard, advance guard, vanguard
wajěng
palm wine; grape; an alcoholic drink
waji
amaji concerning, regarding
wāji
(S) horse
wajik
awajik 1. to wash (the hands and feet); to bathe. 2. mawajik scattered, spread
waju
piece of clothing, coat, cloth; harness
wajrapakāra
(S) wall
wañcak
uneasy, worried
wañci
stubborn, obstinate
waṭa
(S) 1. a kind of tree (Ficus indica). 2. garden; something enclosed by a fence, something hadged in, something fenced in
waḍa
winaḍa to be dodged, to be evaded
waḍawāgni
(S baḍawāgni) the fire of hell
waḍawāmuka
(S baḍawāmukha) to have a red face
wāṇakrama
(S bāṇakrama) konowlege of the use of the bow and arrow
wāṇī
(S) music; voice, sound; word; speech

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waṇik
(S baṇik) merchant, tradesman
waṇija
(S baṇij) merchant, tradesman
waṇḍīra
(S bhāṇḍīra) bayan (beringin) tree (Ficus benjamina)
wāta
(S) wind; sawāta like the wind
wātakara
(S) to make wind, to fan oneself
watang
trunk (of a tree), stick, stalk, bar; javelin, spear, lance; amatang armed with a spear; watangan hall; field, square; upper course, upper end; head, beginning
wātang
cause; reason; intermediation
wātabhakṣa
(S) to live on air
watara
awatara about
watěk
1. generation, descendants, offspring; nation, group; everything; all; kind, sort. 2. to pull; amatěk to pull. 3. character, conduct
watěs
border, boundary, limit
watu
1. stone. 2. watwan base; bottom, foundation; measure
watuk
apiwatuk to feign coughing, to pretend to cough
watun
amatuni to weed
wātūla
(S) mad, insane
wātormimāla
(S) waves blown by the wind
watsa
(S) calf (young of a cow); see watysa
watsala
(S) to depend on; to become a slave
watsya
cattle
wāda
(S) word; to say; pawādan mockery
wādaka
(S) gamělan-player (gamělan: the Javanese

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musical ensemble)
wadag
kawadagan startled
wadana
(S) 1. mouth, face. 2. district head
wādanamāruta
(S) breath
wādayuddha
(S) discussion
wadara
(S badara) a kind of tree (Zizyphus jujuba)
wadarī
a kind of tree
wadal
expenses, costs, charges; compensation
waděr
a small delicious river fish
wadi
1. body. 2. teacher. 3. sawadinipun all kinds of words. 4. meaning. 5. kawadi-wadi struck by an axe
wāditra
(S) music; musical instrument
wadung
axe, hatchet
waduri
a kind of rock crystal (cat's eye)
wado
see wadwa
wadya
(S) sermon, speech
wadwa
(S badwa) army; subordinate, crew; messenger
wādhaka
(S bādhaka) to disturb, to vex; to harm, to injure, to inflict losses on; hindrance, obstacle, obstructions
wadhū
(S) wife
wana
(S) forest, wood, jungle
wanakurkuṭa
(S) wild hen
wanakusuma
(S) wild flower (in the forest or jungle)
wanadeśa
(S) wooded area, woodland
wanādri
(S) woods and mountain

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wanāntara
(S) large dense jungle; primeval forest
wanaprastha
(S) the third stage of life of the three castes, i.e., to enter the forest and do asceticism there
wānara
(S) monkey
wānarādhipa
(S) king of monkeys
wānaradhwaja
(S) banners painted with monkey figures
wānarabala
(S) army of monkeys
wānararūpa
(S) to have the appearance of a monkey
wānararkṣa
(S) monkey and bear
wānarawīra
(S) heroic monkey
wānarī
(S) female monkey
wānarendra
(S) king of monkeys
wānareśwara
(S) king of monkeys
wanawāsa
(S) inhabitant of the forest; to go into the forest to do asceticism
wanawāsana
(S) to live in the forest
wanawṛkṣa
(S) trees of the forest
wanāśrama
(S) hermitage in the forest
waněh
awaněh incessant, continuous; tar waněh not be felt, not to feel; not always
wāni
brave, courageous
wanitā
(S) woman, wife
wanua
continent; district, area, region, country; society
waneh
(wanehan) different; again; other; enemy; also, too, even
wano
awawanon to welcome, to meet

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wantah
to meet; awantah to meet
wantěn
mawantěn to return, to come back
wanti
mawanti-wanti repeatedly, again and again
wanting
mantingakěn to throw down with a jerk
wantu
awantu-wantu repeatedly; successively
wantus
awantus to strike against, to collide with one another; kawantus to have struck against
wandya
tan wandya sure, certain; see wandhya
wāndhawa
(S bāndhawa) family
wandhu
(S bandhu) family
wandhuwarga
(S bandhuwarga) relations, relatives
wandhya
to fail; not to continue, to revoke, to annul
wanyānnāśasanakṣitah
(S) to become weak because of eating fruit
wanwa
1. continent; district, region, village; see wanua. 2. amanwa-manwa to dare, to get up the courage to
wāma
(S) left, left side
wāmabāhu
(S) left hand, left arm
way
1. water; see we. 2. day
waya
1. to be, to exist. 2. neglect, carelessness, inattention
wayakah
kawayakah covered, overlaid with something
wayang
shadow, shade
wayawak
a kind of giant lizard
wāyawya
(S) northwest
wayah
time; age; awayah to be ... old, reach the age of

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wayuh
honey
wara
(S) 1. select, requisite; best, excellent; special. 2. gift, present. 3. angawara, mawara to disturb, to vex; see kawara
wāra
(S) 1. day; turn or time to do something. 2. water; number, total
warak
rhinoceros
warakanyakā
(S) beautiful girl
waragang
an alcoholic drink
warang
1. amarang to marry off; to allow one's daughter to become engaged to someone; to marry; to be/become engaged. 2. warangan a yellow banana
warangka
stable; cage; sheath
wārana
1. (S) handicap, obstacle, obstruction; screen. 2. elephant
warānugraha
(S) very fine gift; excellent present
warāppsara
(warāpsaras) select nymph
warāpsarī
(S) very fine nymph
warabrata
(S) tremendous asceticism, exellent asceticism
warayang
arrow
warāyudha
(S) very fine weapon
warārājakanyā
(S) king's beautiful daughter
warawan
a side dish consisting of meat
waras
healthy
warāstra
(S) exellent arrow, fine arrow
warastrī
(S) main wife, eminent wife
warah
mawarah to say; ro tell, to inform; to instruct; pawarah information; tāwarah tell me!

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tell him/her!
warāha
(S) boar, wild pig
warāhakarṇṇa
(S) name of an arrow
warāharūpa
(S) to have the appearance of a boar
warāhika
(S) pig
warěg
satiated, satisfied
wari
a kind of flower
wāri
(S) water
waring
amaring to catch fish with a net
waringin
the banyan tree
waringut
waringutěn angry
warung
warung-warung tents of a military camp of encampment
warurut
warurutěn to doze
warul
a kind of tree (Hibiscus tileaceus)
wargga
(S) member, citizen
wargu
a kind of tree (Licuala Rumphii Bl.)
warṇṇa
(S) form; color; kind; caste; like, as; amarṇṇa to see; to paint; to tell
warṇṇana
(S) painting; story
warṇṇita
(S) painted, described
wartta
(S awartta) 1. joint of hair. 2. winarttakěn equally distributed
warttakapota
(S) young pigeon
warttamāna
(S) now, nowadays; to have taken place now/nowadays
warwang
tent; eating-place, stall

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warṣa
(S) year; rain
warṣakāla
(S) rainy season; storm, hurricane
warṣajalada
(S) cloudy, overcast; cloud
warṣopama
(S) like rain
warsih
awarsih satisfied
wala
(S bala) 1. strength. 2. surety, guarantee, security, warrant
walā
(S bala) a bird, a crow
wāla
(S bāla) young, child; boy, girl
wālaka
(S bālaka) young child
walakang
backside; hump
wālakāra
(S balātkāra) to force, to violate; to use force; see walātkāra
walakas
butcher, slaughter
walakhilya
a group of priests, related to the sungod, each of them only as large as a thumb
walang
1. grasshopper. 2. walang ati uneasy, worried; afraid; sad, distressed
walangkrik
cricket; amalangkrik with arms akimo
walaṇṭěng
amalaṇṭěng washer, cleaner
walat
to use force
walatuk
woodpecker
walatung
rattan string; walatungěn tied up, fastened
walātkāra
(S balātkāra) to force, to violate; to use force
walan
bald
walāntaga
1. white flag. 2. wilderness, primeval forest, jungle; see wanāntara

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walantěn
washer, cleaner, launderer
wālabuddhi
(S bālabuddhi) stupid, silly
walaya
(S) bracelet
walayānggulīyaprabhṛti
(S) bracelet, ring and other things
wālārkka
(S) morning sun
walawala
back
wālaśīla
(S) childlike character or characteristics
walah
kawalahan powerless, impotent, desperate
walahar
lava
walěk
windblown; to fly about everywhere
walěr
winalěrakěn prohibited, forbidden
walěs
to repay, to requite, to reward, to make good; to revenge, to avenge; malěsana will revenge oneself
wali
1. to repeat; to return; see waluy. 2. walyan physician
walik
1. upside-down; though, despite; kawalik turned upside-down. 2. a kind of bird
walikaděp
a tree
walikat
walikatěn tight, tightly; stretched, stiff
waling
intention, purpose; message, order, instruction; feeling, thought
walija
(S banija) merchant, tradesman
waliwi
disobedient, to disobey; to resist, to oppose; to protest, to disprove; stubborn, obstinate
waliwis
a kind of wild duck
walu
widow; walwa stepchild; malwan-malwan widow

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walū
1. torturous, curved, sinuous. 2. pumkin; see waluh
wālukā
(S) sand
waluku
amaluku to plough
waluy
to return; again; repetition; mawaluy-waluy repeatedly, again and again; maluya please return! please come back! please go back!; in orderto come/go back
waluh
(S alābu) pumkin
walot
kawalot to twist; be rolled (up)
walkala
(S) tree bark; mawalkala to wear clothing made of tree bark
walkalājinawāsanāngsi
(S) to wear clothes made of tree bark and goatskin; clothed in bark and goatskin
walkaladhara
(S) to wear clothes made of tree bark; clothed in tree bark
walkalī
(S) hermit; female hermit
walyan
physician; see wali (2)
wallabha
(S) darling, beloved, favorite; kawallabhān a deed that is unjust because it is advantageous only to one party
walli
climbing plant; spiral
wawa
to bring, to take, to carry; wawa rěngö to pay attention to; conscious (of); to know; tan wawa rěngö totally unconnected; amawa to bring, to take, to carry; to rule; amawa-mawa proportinate to, to agree with, to harmonize with; kawawa taken unintenionally; kidnapped, violated; kawawa ing to land in; pamawa government; pamawan destination
wawang
quick, fast, soon; just a moment, an instant; further, then; doubtful; tan wawang doubtless, undoubtedly
wawan
teacup, saucer; plate; basin, cask, barrel

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wawar
the wind; see aliwawar
wawah
awawaha will increase; wawahan to spread; to develop; to increase; to unfold; to flower, to blossom
wawil
to laugh; see wahil
waśa
1. always; while; together; suddenly. 2. amaśa-maśa to violate, to force; to govern with force; kawaśa mighty, authorized, entitled; governed, ruled
waśatā
(S) power, authority, competence
waśitwa
(S) controller, ruler, manager, authority; maśawaśitwa to control, to govern, to rule, to command, to have at one's disposal
waś-atkāra
(S) controller, ruler, manager, authority
waśī
(S) to restrain oneself
waśibhūta
(S) molested, tortured; kawaśībhūtan molestation, torture
waṣatwāhā
(S) a verbal response during a sacrificial ceremony
wās
awās clear, bright; obvious; visible; sure, certain; convinced; aware, cautious; mawas to watch; to investigate, to examine
wāsa
(S) silent, quiet, still; dwelling, home
wasana
(S) 1. piece of clothing. 2. to dwell, to live
wasāna
(S awasāna) end; sukāwasānanta the pleasant last part of one's life
wasanta
(S) the spring season
wasantamāsa
(S) spring, springtime
wasanting
(S wasanti) to live (in); to be (in)
wasari
tiger

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wasěh
to wash, to rinse, to clean; see wasuh
wasit
advice; kind words to someone; critical remarks
wāsita
(S) fragrance; to use perfume
wasita
word; awasita to say
wasundhāri
(S) world, earth
wasundhāriputra
(S) son of the earth
wasuh
angwasuh to wash, to rince, to clean; see wasěh
wase
sirih-leat, betel-nut
wastitya
(S awasthiti) sure, certain
wastu
(S) matter; situation; thing; business, affair, lawsuit; reality, fact; sadness, distress; blessing; winastwan blessed
wastuwidyā
(S) architecture
wastra
(S) textile; dress, piece of clothing
wasrtādyakaraṇa
(S) clothes and other things which cannot be stolen or taken away
waspada
obvious, clear, visible; to investigate, to examine; careful, cautious
wāh
inundation, overflow; mawāhwāh to inundate, to overflow; to increase; pamāh inundation, overflow; current; amahakěn to pile up; to fill up, to bury
wahat
load, burden
wāhana
(S) 1. vehicle, carriage. 2. information, instruction
wahěl
winahěl opened
wāhita
(S) deceived; kawāhita deceived
wāhinī
(S) an army division, name of part of an army
wahiri
envious, jealous

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wahil
mockery; amahil to mock at; to disturb, to vex; to scorn, to abuse, to defame
wahu
just (now); wahu-wahu for the first time, at first; former(ly); again and again; awāhwāhwan newcomer; beginner, novice
wahuta
a rank, a title
wāhya
(S bāhya) 1. born; outside; wināhyakěn be brought out of, be taken out of; informed. 2. draft animal
wāhyaka
(S bāhyaka) born; visible; to seem
wāhyādhyātmika
(S) one who is born and disappears
wāhyāntara
(S) know things and secret things; exoteric and esoteric knowledge
wāhyaphala
(S) gift, present, reward
wāhyabhyāntara
(S) in body and soul, in every respect
wāhyawibhawa
(S) worldly power
wāhyaśarīra
(S) bodily substance
wāhyendriya
(S bāhyendriya) the five bodily sanses
wahwas
javelin, spear, lance
wěas
hulled rice; see wwas
wěka
child; wěka-wěka descendants, grandchildren
wěkar
měkar to multily, to develop, to increase, to unfold, to blossom, to flower; to burst open
wěkas
end; former; trace, track; place; contents; summit; utmost; finished; back; irikang pitung wěngi wěkas at the end of seven nights; wěkasan finally, in the end
wěki
many, much
wěgig
cunning, sly; naughty; brave, courageous; unashamed; awěgig brave, courageous; cunning, sly

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wěgil
refugee; refuge; aměgil to evacuate; to live for some time, to live temporarily; to shalter, to take shelter; to pass the night
wěgung
night
wěnga
open; aměngěn-měngěn astonished, amazed; měnga open; to open; kawěngan astonished, amazed
wěngi
night; maměngi-měngi to hide, to conceal
wěngis
snappish, biting
wěngkang
paměngkang yard, courtyard
wěṭang
uměṭang to pull, to draw; to bend (a bow)
wěṭěng
uměṭěng to pull, to draw; to bend (a bow)
wěḍak
awěḍak-wěḍak to powder oneself
wěḍar
maměḍar to open; to explain; to express, to analyze; to unfold, to expose
wěḍing
wěḍing-wěḍing pieces of cloth, pieces of textile
wěḍit
young (of a snake); small snake
wěḍihan
piece of clothing
wěḍung
a large knife
wěḍus
goat
wěṇṭang
see wěṭěng, wěṭang, wěṇṭěng
wěṇṭěng
to draw, to pull; to bend (a bow)
wětěng
stomach; amětěng pregnant
wětěh
sound, intact; cured, healed
wětis
calf (of the leg)
wětih
loose unhulled rice-grain
wětu
to go out; to rice; born

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wěděl
1. aměděli to massage. 2. aměděl to color blue
wědi
to fear; afraid; to shudder, to shiver; wědi-wědi very afraid, horror-stricken
wěnang
1. capable, able, competent; wěnangnyu to be able to find it in your heart to... 2. present, to attend. 3. to experience; to carry out; to know; kawěnangan sandhyākāla overcome by twilight, until twilight
wěněs
awěněs pale; to grow pale; kawěněsan to have grown pale
wěni
dirty; stained, blamed
wěning
awěning clean; clear
wěr
winěr cut
wěrěg
(wrěg) awrěg 1. to shake, to rock, to swing; confused; in commotion, uproarious; to move. 2. amrěg to restrain; pangwěrěg coachman, driver
wěrěh
1. foam. 2. wěrěwěrěh be engaged
wěrö
drunken
wěri
afraid, to fear; to run away, to flee; see wědi
wěrut
awěrut-wěrutan entangled, tumbled, tousled, disordered
wělang
spotted
wělad
winělad cut with a bamboo lath
wělar
awělar wide, vast, extensive; large; pamělar an earring made of a young rolled-up coconut leaf
wělas
(wlas) 1. awělas pity; moved, affected; wělas harěp pity, mercy, sympathy. 2. sawělas eleven
wělah
1. oar. 2. side
wělěk
mělěk flying about everywhere blown by the wind; mělěki to fill; full of
wělěkang
thirsty

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wělěg
amělěg to give as much food as possible; to stuff as much food as possible into the mouth
wělělö
kawělělö swallowed
wělö
mawělö to radiate, to lighten, to shine; to flicker, to twinkle, to glitter, to sparkle
wěli
(wli) to buy; wělyan wedding present
wělik
kawělikan mixed, mingled
wěling
awěling to say; to advise
wělit
amělit to roof with leaves
wělu
round; spherical, globular; ring, circle, roundness
wěluk
awěluk-wěluk to twist up, to coil around and up
wělut
eel; wělutěn to twist
wělun
mawělun-wělun to smoke, to belch out clouds of smoke
wěleh
apaměleh to prove; to expose the falseness of someone
wělkang
see wělěkang
wěltik
to burst, to break
wěltuk
mlětuk to ascend, to climb, to rise
wěwěg
kawěwěgan astonished
wěwěh
aměwěh to increase
wěs
kawěs afraid, to fear
wěsi
iron; anak wěsi slave
wěh
awěh not to exist; not to appear; not to take place
wěhang
jaw
wök
pig

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wör
to fly; mör to fly
wikaṭotkaṭa
(S) exceedingly large
wikāra
(S) change; incarnation; difference; defect, stain, blot, shame; fault, want, vice, failing; kawikāran change
wikala
(S) physical defect
wikalendriya
(S) defect of one or the five senses
wikalpa
(S) 1. doubtful; possibility; confused; to oppose, to resist, to protest; to defy, to challenge; experience; amikalpa doubtful; mikalpa to stop, to arrest, to detain, to keep; to advise. 2. mawikalpa to speak
wikasitakusuma
(S) name of a verse form
wiku
(S bhikṣu) priest, hermit
wikubratī
(S bhikṣuwratin) to have given one's vow as a hermit
wikubhāwa
(S bhikṣubhāwa) to have taken the vows of a hermit
wikyāta
(S wikhyāta) called, named
wikrama
(S) hero
wikriya
(S wikraya) sale
wikṣata
(S) wounded, destroyed
wigata
to pay attention (to), to worry about, be interested in
wigatabhaya
(S) fearless, brave, courageous
wigar
awigaran warlike; pugnacious, combative
wigas
amigas-migas the stronger and the healthier
wiguna
(S) want, shortage, lack
wigraha
(S) separation, division, splitting up; parting, leave-taking; enemy; amigraha to punish;

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migrahā will use force
wighani
(S wighna) to disturb, to vex repeatedly, to shake, to move to and fro violently; tan wighani fearless, brave, courageous
wighūrṇita
(S) shaken, to shake, to move to and fro violently; to tremble, to shiver, to shudder
wighna
(S) disturbance, impediment, obstruction, handicap, obstacle, hindrance; temptation, plague; amighnana in order to obstruct/ disturb; wighnani denta be obstructed/disturbed by you!; ougt to be obstructed/disturbed by you; kawighnāna will be obstructed/disturbed
wighnakartā
(S) another name for Ganeśa
wighnaghana
(S) another name for Ganeśa
wighnāntaka
(S) another name for Ganeśa
wighnotsāraṇaprayoga
(S) anything that can be used to overcome troubles/difficulties
winga
to hide
wingit
sadness, distress; uneasy, worried; awingit-wingit biting, snappish; cruel, hard; frightening
wingka
potsherd
wingkal
mawingkal kinky, crips (of hair); curl, curling, curly
wingking
back, back part; amingkingakěn to turn one's back to
wingkis
1. awingkis to pull up, to tuck up, to roll up (e.g., clothes). 2. amingkis to creep; to delude, to mislead; winingkis ambushed, attacked suddenly; ambuscade
wingkus
mingkus to shrink, to become small
wicakṣaṇa
(S) wise; experienced
wicāra
(S) to speak; speech, discussion; amicāra to talk, to speak

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wicāraṇa
(S) discussion; consultation; amicāraṇa to meditate on, to reflect on
wicarita
(S) wide; detailed, (to discuss a thing) discursively
wicikitsā
(S) doubt; inconstant, unsteady
wicitra
much; kind, sort; skillful, clever; kawicitran confused
wicil
kawicil flung away, flung out, picked out
wiccheda
(S) disturbance, obstruction, nuissance; interruption
wicyat
wicyata ought to be thougt of
wiya
to sleep
wīja
(S) 1. seed; rice-grain; sacrificial rice-grains; winijan impregnated. 2. child
wijākṣara
(S) the sounds ah, hum, tram, hrīḥ, aḥ
wijang
1. breast. 2. obvious
wijaya
to win
wijayakusuma
(S) flower of victory
wijayanti
(S) to win; name of a verse meter
wijah
busy, noisy; excited, cheerful, animated; quick, fast; glad, contented, pleasant; amijah to form a group; noisy, busy
wiji
pupil of the eye; one; winiji-wiji one by one
wijig
to beat; cruel
wijil
result; harvest; to go out; born; to appear; mijil to go out
wijung
pig
wijña
(S) skillful, clever; experienced
wijñāna
(S) 1. experience. 2. one of the five skanda

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wiṭangka
pigeon cage
wiḍang
awiḍang spacious, broad, wide, vast, extensive
wiḍāla
(S) cat
wiḍik
miḍik to tread on
wīṇa
(S) flute
wīṇarawa
(S) tone or sound of a flute
wit
1. basis; base; capital; father; ancestors, forefathers; amit to ask for permission, to take leave; makawitan to begin; like children; towards (the) father; kawitan father; ancestors, forefathers; parents; cause; reason; pawitan capital; witan beginning; east; witan ikang suka the beginning of pleasure. 2. mawit to prepare; angawit to wait for; to delay, to slacken, to obstruct. 3. kāwit to happen to; incidentally, casually
wita
also, too; i.e.; namely
wītadeśa
(S) after having left one's home
witāna
(S) tent for a feast; throne provided with a roof; tribune; name of a verse meter
wītarāga
(S) burden of passion, load of passion
wītarāgī
(S wītarāgin) free from passion
wida
(face) powder
widak
sawidak sixty
widagdha
(S) clever, skillful; learned; experienced
widāra
pamidāra compensation
widi
winidi select, requisite
widik
(S) space, sky, firmament
widita
(S) well known, famous
widu
player, actor; singer; amidu-midu to sing

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widyā
(S) knowledge, science; sacred formula
widyadhara
(S) half-nymph
widyasari
a kind of creeping plant (Porana volubilis)
widyuta
(S) to twist
widyutkarālī
(S) another name for Durgā
widyutmālā
(S widyunmālā) winding lightning, recursive lightning; name of a verse form
widruma
(S) coral reef
widharaka
(S) to separate; to oppress, to suppress
widhi
(S) rule, law; manner, way; deed; fate, predestination; God; awidhi completely prepared; amidhi decided, determined; pamidhi gift, present
widhiwaśa
(S) power of predestination; God the almighty
widhiwidhāna
(S) tradition and intermediation, execution, accomplishment, performance; necessary ceremony
widhiśāstra
(S) creator of the holy script
widhyatih
precipitation (rain, snow, hail and so on)
wīnang
hey!
winaya
(S) education; rule; kawinaya rules of life for priests
wināyaka
(S) another name for Ganeśa
winayana
(S) another name of Narada
wināśa
(S) destroyed, damaged
winaṣṭha
disappeared, gone
wini
wife
winipañca
(S wipañcī) flute

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winiścaya
(S) decision; determination
winih
seed
winong
a tree
wintang
star; wintang-wintang astrology; astronomy; constellation, stars
windu
(S) drop, drip; zero
windunāda
(S) sound of dripping water
wipakṣa
(S) trespass, transgression
wipata
(S) to fall
wipati
(S wipatti) dead; dangerous
wipatha
(S) to deviate; to commit a crime
wipayah
broken; weak
wiparīta
(S) opposite, reverse, contrast; wrong; very, extremely; confused; drunken; fainted, swooned, unconscious; deep; mad
wiparītajñāna
(S) wrong knowledge
wipariwartta
(S) to turn (away), to turn (to the left or right)
wiparyaya
(S) mistake, fault; mistaken, wrong
wipula
(S) much, many; wide, extensive; to contain
wipra
(S) priest
wiprāgra
(S) chief priest
wipratanaya
(S) priest's son
wipranaya
grudge
wipraya
(S abhipraya) purpose, aim, goal
wiprawara
(S) chosen priest, excellent priest
wiplatwang
(S) to flee, to run away

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wiphala
(S) not to succeed, to fail, not to bear fruit
wibajra
(S wiwajra) unarmed
wibhāga
(S) division; distribution; part
wibhājya
(S) will be divided, will be dstributed; burst, split, half, part
wibhawa
(S) power; wealth
wibhāwajanma
(S) rich man; important man
wibhawopakarana
(S) main or prerequisite term; principal condition
wibhukti
(S) without food, hungry
wibhūta
(S) regarded as an enemy; soaked, penetrated
wibhūti
(S) power; happiness; luxury, profusion; riches; glory
wibhuh
(S wibhū) strong; mighty, powerful
wibhoga
(S) enjoyment, pleasure, comfort
wibhrama
(S) confusion; confused; astray
wibhramacitta
(S) confused
wibhramya
(S) tortured, molested
wimatsaritwa
(S) free of jealousy and envy
wimāna
(S) carriage, coach, vehicle
wimārgga
(S) steep road, steep path; improper, indecent
wimardana
(S) oppression, suppression; contrast, contradiction, resistance, controversy
wimala
(S) pure, clean, holy sacred, immaculate; space, firmament, sky
wimuka
(S wimukha) to turn one's face; to hate

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wimūḍha
(S) stupid, silly
wimūrccā
(S wimūrccha) weakness; fainted, swooned, unconscious; sad, distressed
wimokṣa
(S) redemption
wimoha
(S) confusion
wimohacitta
(S) one whose heart is confused; one whose thought is confused
wimohanaśara
(S) excellent arrow, eminent arrow, wonderful arrow
wimohanāstra
(S) arrow which causes confusion
wimohita
(S) confused; fainted, swooned, unconscious
wimba
(S bimba) figure; shadow; shine, glow, light, radiance; form, shape
wiyat
(S) space, sky, firmament
wiyung
toad, frog
wiyoga
(S) separation, leave-taking; one who is separated; sadness, distress
wīra
(S) hero; man; brave, courageous; winīra be mistaken for a hero
wīragaṇa
(S) group of heroes
wirāgasāri
white jasmine
wīragotra
(S) descendant of a hero
wirāgya
(S wairāgya) to hate, to dislike; tired of; inattentive, not to mind
wirang
shy, ashamed; blame, blot, stain
wirangwang
confused; desire, love; startled; uneasy, worried
wiraṇastambha
(S) grass; bamboo
wīratara
(S) very brave, extremely courageous

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wirati
(S) to stop, to pause; end
wīrapatnī
(S) hero's wife
wīrabala
(S) army of heroes
wīrabrata
(S) vow of heroes
wirāma
(S) end; stoppage, stopping, stopping-place; awirāma to stop; torest, to pause
wirāyatana
(S) place of heroes
wīrayodha
(S) courageous heroes
wīraloka
(S) world of heroes
wīraśāsana
(S) rules of life of heroes
wirasa
(S) not delicious; unsavoury, unappetizing
wīrasanggha
(S) group of heroes
wiraha
(S) quiet, still, lonely; separation, leave-taking; one who is left behind
wiriñci
(S) another name for Brahmā
wiru
ply, fold; amiru-miru to ply, to fold
wirūpa
(S) bad; ugly; damaged
wīrottama
(S) excellent hero
wirodha
(S) war; lawsuit; enmity
wīryya
(S) courage; strength
wīryyamān
(S) strong; powerful; authority, competence
wīryyawān
(S) courage; heroism
wīryyaśakti
(S) the strength of a hero
wil
(wwil) giant; wwil ning wwil many giants
wila
1. (S bila) hole; cave. 2. mawila-wila to look around wildly

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wilang
number, figure, total, sum; winilang be reckoned or counted
wilaja
lotus; awilaja to develop
wilāja
1. many. 2. (S wilajja) unashamed; impudent, insolent, impertinent
wilantih
1. trap. 2. forest ghost
wilāpa
(S) letter; poem; lamentation
wilāparasa
(S) sad feeling, sadness, distress
wilala
(wilalan) glassmaker
wilāśa
(wilāsa) (S wilāsa) game; desire, will; awilāsa to enjoy oneself, to amuse oneself; amilāsa to like; pleased
wilah
lath
wilět
awilět to twist; mawilětan to twist
wilungkung
a fish
wiluma
(S wiloma) to make a mistake; not to succeed, to fail
wilwa
(S) a tree (Aegle marmelos)
wiwakṣā
(S) to want to say something
wiwākṣita
(S wiwākṣitan) told, said
wawāda
(S) business, matter, lawsuit; mawiwāda to discuss, to dispute, to quarrel
wiwara
(S) door; hole; cave
wiwarjjita
(S) quiet, still, silent; freed, liberated
wiwarṇṇa
(S) to lose color; pale
wiwarttaka
(S) to turn (aside)
wiwal
to dislike; to changel; disturbed, vexed; angry; quarrel, conflict, difference of opinion

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wiwaswān
(S) sun
wiwāha
(S) marriage
wiwāhasanggama
(S) wedding, marriage
wiwāhasangskāra
(S) wedding ceremony
wiwi
goat
wiwik
pamiwik mouth
wiwir
amiwir to spread
wiwudha
(S wibudha) god
wiwudhānggan
(S wibudhāngga) divine being, divine creature
wiwudhāngganā
(S wibudhāngganā) nymph
wiwudhadaityagṇa
(S wibudhadaityagṇa) group of gods and demons
wiwudhapati
(S wibudhapati) king of gods
wiweka
(S) thought; investigation; judgement, consideration; (to become) conscious, to come round, to sober up; wiwekan těměn investigate it thoroughly
wiśāta
(S) 1. convinced; safe; quiet. 2. (S wiśātayati) he/she goes
wiśārada
(S) experienced
wiśāla
(S) wide, vast, extensive
wiśalyakarinī
(S) healing, curing: name of all medicinal plants
wiśīrṇṇa
(S) destroyed, annihilated; dead
wiśiṣṭa
(S) to distinguish, to make a difference
wiśiṣṭamakuṭa
(S) crowned, diademmed
wiśuddha
(S) holy, pure, clear

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wiśeṣa
(S) difference; superiority; tremendous, enormous; splendid; powerful; authority; honor, respect, reverence
wiśeṣajña
(S) clever, skillful, capable
wiśeṣaṇā
(S) sign or mark of horor
wiśeṣaprabhu
(S) the highest king
wiśwakarmmātmaja
(S) son of the god Wiśwakarmma
wiśwajit
(S) to defeat everything. 2 name of a ceremonial thanksgiving meal
wiśwarūpa
(S) various kinds, different sorts
wiśwāsa
(S) trust, belief, faith; trusted; quiet, calm; kawiśwāsa governed, ruled
wiṣa
(S) poison; poisonous
wiṣakalpaśara
(S) poisonous arrow
wiṣakusuma
(S) poisonous flower
wiṣāgni
(S) poisonous fire; fire and poison
wiṣāgnimaya
(S) to consist of fire and poison; to consists of poisonous fire
wiṣāṇa
(S) rhinocerous; (rhinoceros) horn; winiṣāṇa struck/hit by a horn
wiṣāṇi
(S) horned animal
wiṣāpaha
(S) counter-poison, antidote
wiṣama
(S) 1. not level, not flat; difficult. 2 sure, certain; about; perhaps, probable, probably
wiṣaya
(S) 1. passion; purpose, goal, aim; desire; property, possessions; worldly life. 2 district, region, area; country, state. 3 livelihood, profession, work
wiṣayī
(S wiṣayin) passionate

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wiṣkira
(S) duck
wiṣṭi
(S) work; load, burden; task
wiṣṇupada
(S) world of Wiṣṇu
wiṣṇupratiwimba
(S) picture of the god Wiṣṇu
wiṣṇubhawana
(S) world of Wiṣṇu
wiṣṇumūrtti
(S) incarnation of Wiṣṇu
wiṣṇurūpa
(S) appearance of Wiṣṇu
wiṣṇuwangśa
(S wiṣṇuwaṃśa) incarnation of Wiṣṇu; part of Wiṣṇu
wiṣṇwātmaka
(S) incarnation of Wiṣṇu
wis
(S) finished; already; to stop, to pause
wisangśaya
(S) undoubted, unquestionable; convinceed; sure, certain
wisāta
1. safe, quiet; see wiśāta. 2. amisāta to go; to start
wisambhodi
(S) perfect mystical knowledge; perfect consciousness
wisargga
(S) to stop, to pause; finished; redeemed; redemption
wisarjja
(S) expulsion, pursuit, eviction; amisarjja to follow, to agree, to approve
wisarjjana
(S) to go; to stop, to pause; finished; amisarjjana to expel, to evict, to pursue
wisik
awisik to whisper; amisiki to inform; to whisper
wistāra
(S) long; detailed, discursive; broad, wide, vast, extensive; large; amistārākěn to tell; to inform
wismaya
(S) astonished; wonder, miracle; afraid
wismṛti
(S) to forget; not to remember

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wih
an interjection; see weh (1)
wihaga
1. (S) bird; omen, sign, mark; wonderful, miraculous; angwihaga to test
wihang
to reject, to protest, to contradict, to oppose; to challenge, to defy; not to obey, disobedient
wihanggama
(S) bird; see wihaga (1)
wihat
tan wihat it does not matter; don't bother
wihantěn
hermitage; see wihāra
wihāya
(S) firmament, space, sky
wihāra
(S) hermitage
wihikan
clever; skillful; experienced; proud, conceiteed; to fancy oneself, to have a high opinion of oneself
awū to cry, to lament
wūk
1. heavy attack; amūk to run amuck; winūk attacked heavily; tortured, molested; mawūk to attack heavily. 2 to smell bad; rotten; awūk rotten; to rot, to putrify
wuk
deep
wukir
mountain; hill
wukil
see wungkil
wuku
joint, articulation; grain; a kind of week (of seven days, 30 of which make a year); winukuwuku articulated
wugat
tail; back, backside; read guard
wugari
1. missile, projectile; throw-weapon; amugari to throw a weapon; pamugari something thrown. 2. pamugari mark, sign, signal
wugah
awugah heavy; to have scruples about, to be afraid to, to shrink from; to be in sympathy with

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wugěr
awugěr rough; large; heavy
wunga
flower; wunga-wunga nipple; wungan-tahun yearly tax
wunganbhāwa
voice; word; jealous; envious; makawunganbhāwa to pretend, to feign, to do as if
wungar
awungaran to feel
wungū
a kind of plant (Lagerstroemia reginae Roxb.)
wungu
to get up, to wake up, to awake; conscious, to come round, to sober up
wungkal
lump, stone; makawungkalan based on; wungkalan main cause, main reason; most important
wungkil
mungkil to contradict, to oppose, to disprove, to protest, to reject
wungkuk
curved, bent, bowed; wungkukana bend! bow! stoop!
wungkus
mungkus to wrap; pamungkus wrapping, packing
wungli
a kind of tree
wunglwan
a kind of fruit
wungsu
youngest child
wujil
1. to look impudently with protruding eyes, defiant. 2. word
wujuk
flattery, consulation, soft words; amujuki to flatter, to persuade
wuḍug
itch, scabies
wut
squirrel
wuta
blind; amuta-mutani to deceive; to ignore, to deny; pamuta-muta deceit, swindle; winutan deceived
wutah
to pour out, to rush out; to vomit
wutuh
sound, entire, intact

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wutkāwu
a squirrel
wuda
nude, naked; awuda-wuda nude, naked
wuduk
fat, grease, lard; awuduk fat, thick
wudun
carbuncle, ulcer
wun
tan wun will not fail
wuni
1. a kind of fruit (Antidesma bunias). 2. awuni secretly, stealthily; amuni to hide. 3. winuhi mentioned, called
wunuh
1. to kill. 2. awunuhan in groups, in crowds
wuntat
back, back part; rear guard; left (alone), to stay; pamuntat the person behind, the person in the rear
wuntěl
winuntělan wrapped
wuntirah
a species of fox, able to climb trees
wuntu
to come to dead end; dead point, deadlock; blocked, stopped up; hampered, obstructed; close together, packed; full
wuwunan
eyebrow
wuyah
salt
wuyung
1. desire and love. 2. quarrel, dispute, enmity, feud. 3. sufferings, hardships, trouble; disappoinment; awuyung anger, desire; gruadge, grievance
wuyut
great-grandchild; grandchild
wur
awur mixed, mingled; awurwuran mixed, mingled; see wor
wūr
mūr to fly; to go; to disappear; to run away, to fly; see wör
wuragil
pamuragil youngest child
wurangutan
a big monkey

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wuraṇḍung
wuraṇḍungěn tired, fatigued; dizzy
wurah
awurahan busy, noisy; to make a (great) fuss, to make a noise; to cry, to cheer, to shout
wuri
back, behind; departure; journey; pakiwuri to to try to hide behind; wuryyan rest, remainder; track, trace
wuriring
to stand up, to get up, to rise; muriring to stand; excited, cheerful; afraid, to fear
wuru
drunken; anaesthetized
wuruk
1. calf (of a cow). 2. pawuruk ferryman. 3. winuruk taught, instructed; student, pupil
wurukung
name of a day
wurukutut
dove
wurug
amurugakěn to cause; winurung expelled, evicted, chased away, pursued
wurung
to fail; to cancel, to give up (a plan); murungakna ri will cancel, will give up
wurungut
see murungut
wuruju
youngest child/son/doughter
wuruwuru
wild pigeon
wuruh
wuruh-wuruh foam
wurṣita
(S ārocita) mentioned, called; permitted, allowed; amurṣita to honor, to pay homage, to respect
wulakan
stream, current; spout or jet of water; amulakan to spout
wulang
a breast-ornament
wulangun
confused; shy; timid
wulañjar
widow who has no child
wulat
look; face; to look for; mulati to look at

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wulan
month; moon
wulik
to look for; to investigate
wulinga
mulinga to look around
wulisak
umulisak to look for
wulih
stem, stalk; ear (of corn), cluster (of flowers), spadix (of a palm)
wulu
1. fluff, body hair. 2. wulwan to change places, to move again and again. 3. wulwan a kind of fruit (the rambutan).4. mawulu name of a day
wuluku
plough
wulung
blackish-blue
wulur
winuluran accompanied
wulus
wulusan current, stream
wuluh
1. bamboo. 2. amuluh to flatter, to persuade; amumuluh to lament, to groan
wultak
mutlak to explode; to appear
wuwung
1. ridgepole. 2. winuwung stabbed
wuwur
1. awuwur scattered, sowed (everywhere); to spread, to scatter. 2. name of a constellation (bimasakti): dark spot in the Milky Way
wuwus
word
wuwuh
awuwuh to increase; amuwuhi to increase
wus
finished; to stop, to pause; ready; wuwusěn, wuswusěn to end, to finish; to kill; to settle
wusana
mawusana to stop, to end
wuhaya
crocodile
wṛkṣa
(S) tree
wṛkṣāgra
(S) top of a tree, summit of a tree

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wṛkṣacākā
(S wṛkṣacākhā) branch
wṛtta
(S) news
wṛttāntara
(S) different news, other news; rumors
wṛttamātra
(S) only news and nothing else
wṛtti
1. (S wṛtti) dead; pawṛtti character. 2. (S wartti) powder
wṛddha
(S) old; old man; experienced; attained, reached
wṛddhatāpasa
(S) old priest
wṛddhamuṇḍī
(S) old priestess
wṛddharāja
(S) old king
wṛddhi
(S) welfare; prosperity; luxury; fertility; development; increase
wṛnda
(S) group, troop, swarm, crowd; band, gang; number, total
wṛṣabha
(S) bull; horned cattle
wṛṣtipāta
(S) heavy rain, shower
wṛṣnikula
(S) family of Wṛṣni
wṛṣniwāngśa
(S) family of Wṛṣni
wṛṣniwīra
(S) hero of Wṛṣni's family
wṛhaspati
(S) name of a star; Wednesday
we
sun; day; water; see way; we pitung wěngi the day after seven nights
wek
that is the reason that I...; that's why I...
wekiraṇa
sunray, sunshine
wega
(S) hastily, hurriedly, in a hurry
weṇi
(S) hair

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weṇu
(S) pond reed
wet
1. cause; because; consequence. 2. awet lasting
wetan
east
wetālika
(S waitālika) singer
wetbet
descendant, offspring; ancestors, forefathers
weda
(S) Veda book; science
wedādhyāyana
(S) study or investigation of the Vedas
wedanā
(S) ill, sick
wedanātura
(S) struck/hit by sickness; to get ill
wedapāraga
(S) to know the Vedas well
wedamantra
(S) sacred formulas of the Vedas
wedaśanti
(S) holy book which bestows a blessing
wedaśastra
(S) Veda textbook
wedāstra
(S) knowledge of shooting arrows
wedya
(S waidya) physician
wen
because
wera
1. vast, wide, extensive. 2. (S waira) enmity
wela
(S) garden
welā
(S) time
weśa
(weṣa) (S) cloth; appearance; face, somplexion; aweśa to look like; makaweśa dressed like; kadi weśa ning to look like; ināweśa influenced (by)
weśma
(S) home, house
weṣṇawa
(S waiṣṇawa) adherent of Vishnuism
weh
1. also, too; and; how; until; again; former; further; meh nearly; scarcely; close by, nearby. 2. to give, given, gift; maweh to give, to cause;

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paweh gift, present, entertainmen; paweha will be an entertainment; wehěnku by me
wehweh
a bird
wai
1. sun, day. 2. water
waikṛta
(S) cheerfulness; enthusiasm; animation
waigaśca
(S) soon, directly
waicitrya
(S) having different motifs
waiḍūryya
(S) opal; quartz (semi-precious stone)
waidya
(S) 1. physician. 2. sacred formula
wainateya
(S) another name for Garuda; son of Winatā
waira
(S) enmity; heroism
wairāgya
(S) to hate life; sad, distressed; ill, sick; kawairāgyan state of having no passion
wairocanātmaka
(S) to have the character of Wairocana
waiśaka
(S waiśākha) name of a month
waiśya
(S) the third caste
waiśrawana
(S) another name for Kuwera
waiśwadewī
(S) name of a verse form
waiśwānara
(S) another name for the god Agni
waiśwanala
(S) another name for the god Agni
wok
beard
wogan
incidentally, accidentally, to happen to
wong
1. to look after, to take care of; to protect, to keep, to support, to safeguard against; to educate; pamong caretaker; pawongan foster-mother. 2. man, person; see wwang
wodha
(S) clever, skillful; talented; amodha to

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advise, to order; to warn, to remind of
wodhana
(S bodhana) to wake; to wake up, to awake; amodhana to cause, to make rise; to wake; to build up, to raise; winodhanan addressed, reprimanded (kindly)
wor
awor mixed, mingled; kaworan pregnant; stained, discredited; dirtied, soiled, satined; silih awor mixed, mingled; to fight
wolu
eight; see wwalu
wyākaraṇa
(S) grammar
wyākula
(S) accustomed
wyākṛta
(S) informed, told
wyakti
(S) truth, proof
wyāghra
(S) tiger
wyang
awyang red; reddish
wyangga
(S) frog, toad
wyājakarma
(S) simulation, shamming
wyañjana
consonant
wyat
to hit, to strike; hit by, struck by, to succeed; wound, wounded
wyatara
about
wyati
(S wiyati) to fly; in the sky, in space
wyatikrama
(S) transgression, trespass; crime, wicked deed
wyatīta
(S) past
wyādhaya
(S) disease; sickness; see wyādhi
wyādhi
(S) disease; ill, sick; wound, wounded; awyādhi to quarrel, to dispute
wyādhita
(S) ill, sick

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wyādhemaraṇa
(S) sickness and death
wyāpaka
(S) to develop; to govern, to rule, to control, to command; ambyāpaka to govern, to rule, to control, to command, to have at one's disposal
wyāpāra
(S) deed; behavior, conduct; attempt, effort
wyāpi
(S wyāpin) to enclose, to cover; to extend, to widen, to enlarge
wyapekṣā
(S) hope; calculation, estimation, hypothesis
wyabhicāra
(S) wrong deed; failure
wyamoha
(S wyāmoha) confused, drunken, stupefied
wyamohana
(S) shadow; something that makes a person go astray
wyar
tan wyar will not fail; sure, certain
wyara
sufferings; hardships; distress
wyartha
(S) insignificant, trivial, trifling; useless
wyālapuṣpa
(S) nagasari flower
wyawasa
kawyawasan patience; trust in god, resignation
wyawasāya
(S) decision, determination; activity; mawyawasāya to assist, to help
wyawastha
(S) decision, determination; situation, circumstances; myawasthākna will decide, will determine
wyawahāra
(S) process; lawsuit; disagreement, conflict, controversy
wyawahārawicchedaka
(S) common judge
wyāsa
(S) rule; umyāsa to regulate, to accustom
wyasana
(S) to commit a crime, to do evil things

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wyāsāśrama
(S) hermitage of Vyāsa
wyasěk
kawyasěkan afraid, to fear; sad, distressed
wyah
a vegetable
wyu
tuber
wyuṣṭa
(S) day
wyomakagati
(S) bird
wrā
to go everywhere; spread, scattered; awrā spread; to widen, to enlarge, to extend; confused, delirious, to wander in one's mind
wrat
heavy; value; amrāt pregnant; fat, thick; pamrat consequence
wray
monkey; kawrayan characteristics of a monkey
wrěg
confusion; commontion, uproar; awrěg confused; complicated; nervous, hurriedly, in a hurry
wrěgas
awrěgas brave, courageous; robust, solid, strong, plucky
wrěgis
a fish
wri
afraid, to fear; startled; awri afraid, to fear; startled; awrin afraid, to fear, startled; wrinwrin startled
wring
to know; tan wring not to know
wruk
bad
wruwruk
a tree
wruh
to know; to experience; expert; to understand; pangawruh knowledge, skill; plan, scheme, outline; feature; pangawruhanta it ought to be known by you; you ought to know; mapitanwruh to pretend not to know
wre
monkey; see wray
wlěk
smoking, to smoke; full of clouds of smoke

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wwāgan
incidentally, casually, to happen to
wwang
1. man; somebody; crew, subordinate; wwang atuha father; wwang alangö darling, beloved; ikang wwang samanya fellow-man; wwang sānak brother and sister; relation. 2. winwangan carried out, done
wwat
1. bridge. 2. to do; gift, present; awwat to give; pawwat, pawwatan homage, tribute, gift
wwad
root; wwad-wwad root
wwantěn
to be, to exist; see wwaya, wwara
wway
1. water. 2. day. See wai, we
wwaya
to be, to exist
wwara
to be, to exist
wwal
hunchback, humpback; goblin; dwarf
wwalu
eight; wwalung-puluh eighty; see wolu
wwah
fruit; betel-nut; awwah to bear fruit; wwawwahan several kinds of fruit
wwīt
to take leave; amwīt to take leave; winwit allowed, permitted; wwitan beginning
wwil
see wil
wwai
water; see wway

Ś

śākā
(S śākhā) branch
śākakāla
(S) śaka-year, śaka-era; date
śākaṭa
(S) vehicle, carriage, coach
śākaṭabyūha
(S śākaṭawyūha) a battle-array of cavalry or of chariots
śākābda
(S) śaka-year, śaka-era

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śākawarṣātīta
(S) past (according to śaka-era)
śākī
(S śākhin) tree
śakuni
(S) bird
śakti
(S) 1. magic power, supernatural power; strength; competence, authority. 2. javelin, lance, spear
śaktika
(S) supernaturally gifted, supernaturally talented; powerful
śaktimān
(S) supernaturally gifted; strong
śakra
(S) another name for Indra
śangka
(S śangkha) a shell trumpet
śangkanāda
(S śangkhanāda) sound of a shell trumpet
śangkapāni
(S śangkhapanī) another name for Wiṣṇu; aśangkapāni to behave as an excellent priest
śangkara
(S) another name for Śiwa
śangkala
1. (S śṛngkhala) chain. 2. confused, thoroughly mixed
śangku
(S) arrow; javelin, lance, spear
śacī
(S) wife of Indra
śacipati
(S) the god Indra
śaṭa
(S śaṭha) false, forged; sleek, sly, cunning
śata
1. (S) hundred. 2. cock
śatakiraṇa
(S) hundreds of beams of light
śatakoṭisangkya
(S śatakoṭisangkhya) hundreds of millions in number
śatakratu
(S) another name for Indra
śataguṇa
(S) hundredfold
śatajarjharīkṛta
(S) smashed into hundreds of pieces

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śatapattra
(S) 1. lotus unfolding by day. 2. peacock
śatayajña
(S) another name for Indra
śatarudra
(S) the hundred rudras
śatasangkya
(S śatasangkhya) to total 100; 100 in number
śatasahasra
(S) one hundred thousand
śatru
(S) enemy; opponent, adversary
śatrunāśakaraṇa
(S) to cause the destruction of an enemy
śatrusanggha
(S) group of enemies
śanaiḥśanaiḥ
(S) gradually
śānta
(S) quiet, safe, still, silent; peaceful
śāntacitta
(S) satisfied; quiet, still, silent, peaceful
śāntanawa
(S) son of Śātanu
śāntaśayacitta
(S) one who has a quiet and peaceful soul
śānti
(S) patience; blessing; quiet; sacred formula; aśānti to avert a danger; śināntyan blessed
śāntika
(S) something used to avert danger; quiet
śāntikakarmma
(S) to behave like a priest
śāntikātmaka
(S) patience
śāntikarmma
(S) ceremony to beg pardon; apologizing ceremony, reconciliation ceremony
śāntimantra
(S) prayer to avert disaster
śāpa
(S) curse
śapatha
(S) curse; manapathani to curse
śāpta
(S) to have cursed

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śaptaka
(S) be cursed; to have cursed
śabda
(S) sound, voice, word; tone, note
śama
(S) quiet; peacefulness
śamatha
(S) peacefulness; quiet
śami
(S) randu tree
śambhu
(S) another name for Śiwa
śayana
(S) bed; resting-place; soil, earth; aśayana to lie on one's back
śayanabhojanādi
(S) resting-place, food and other things
śayanīyaweśma
(S) rest-house
śara
(S) arrow
śaragiri
(S) hill of arrows
śarāgni
(S) arrow of fire
śaraṇa
(S) shelter, protection; evacuation, refuge, asylum; aśaraṇa to get/have protection; protected
śaraṇāgata
(S) to shelter, to seek shelter
śarat
(S) autumn
śaratala
(S) couch made of arrows
śaratalpa
(S) place made of arrows
śaratkāla
(S) autumn
saratsamaya
(S) autumn; anaratsamaya until autumn
śaradhi
(S) place of arrows
śarabha
(S) a deer
śarabhākya
(S śarabhākhyā) named Śarabha
śarawara
(S) excellent arrow

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śarawarṣa
(S) rain of arrows
śaraśayana
(S) see śaratala
śarasampāta
(S) a great many arrows, a lot of arrows
śarastamba
(S) shaft of an arrow
śarintěn
body; see śarīra
śarīra
(S) body; feature, characteristic, quality; aśarīra alive, in the flesh; to incarnate; paśarīran incarnation; appearance, shape
śarīrawān
(S) to have a body; in the flesh
śarīraśosaṇa
(S) the condition of languishing away from disease or from ascetic practices
śarottama
(S) excellent arrow, superior arrow
śārdūla
(S) tiger
śārdūlakṛti
(S) to have the appearance of a tiger
śārdūlawikrīḍita
(S) a tiger's game; name of a verse form
śālā
(S) house, hall
śalabha
(S) flying white ant
śālawṛkṣa
(S) sala tree
śālihotra
(S) knowledge about horses
śālmalī
(S) randu tree
śālmalīwṛkṣa
(S) randu tree
śalya
(S) unpleasant feeling; envious, jealous; sad, distressed; porcupine; pakaśalya to form a hindrance/obstacle/obstruction
śawa
(S) corpse
śawakraya
(S) forgiveness for tyranny/oppresion/ill-treatment

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śawara
(S śabara) name of a tribe; hunter
śawarī
(S) wife of a śabara
śawarudhira
(S) blood and corpse; blood of a corpse
śaśa
(S) hare
śaśāngka
(S) moon
śaśāngkawimba
(S) the round shape of the moon
śaśadhara
(S) moon
śaśadhāraṇa
(S) moon
śaśadhararatna
(S) name of a jewel
śaśarudhira
(S) name of a jewel
śaśalañcana
(S) moon
śaśikānta
(S) name of a precious stone; see candrakānta
śaśikiraṇa
(S) moonlight, moon's rays
śaśibrata
(S śaśiwrata) a vow made to the moon
śaśiwimba
(S śaśibimba) the round shape of the moon; see śaśāngkawimba
śāśwata
(S) lasting; continuous, incessant; forever holy, eternally holy
śāsana
(S) doctrine; rules; comand, order; textbook
śāsanalangghana
(S) to transgress/trespass the rules
śastra
(S) weapon
śāstra
(S) textbook; science; manuscript; holy book
śāstrajña
(S) expert in books; very clever, skillful
śāstradakṣa
(S) king of science
śāstradaḥ
(S) weapon as a gift or present

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śāstrawijña
(S) clever, skillful; to have profound knowledge
śāstrawit
(S) clever, skillful; to have profound knowledge
śāstrahīna
(S) to have no knowledge about religion
śastrikā
weapon, sword
śāstroktaḥ
(S) what is mentioned in scientific books
śikā
(S śikhā) hair; extreme point/end; top, summit
śikara
(S śikhara) extreme point/end; top, summit
śikariṇī
(S śikhariṇī) 1. to adorn oneself with a bouquet; name of a verse form. 2. mountain
śikāwṛddhi
(S śikhāwṛddhi) a kind of tax; tax per capita
śiki
(S śikhin) peacock
śikṣā
(S) lesson; doctrine; punishment; modesty, good conduct; śumikṣā to govern, to control, to rule, to command, to have at one's disposal; śinikṣān instructed, taught, trained
śighra
(S) quick, fast; soon, directly; śighra-śighra quickly, fast; hastily, hurriedly, in a hurry
śīghragami
(S śīghragamīn) to walk quickly, go fast
śīghratara
(S) faster, more quickly, quicker; very fast, very quick
śīta
(S) fresh; cool, cold
śītajala
(S) cold water
śītala
(S) fresh
śītkārī
(S) to utter the sound "śīt"
śira
(S) sharp, pointed
śirāgrabhūṣana
(S) head-ornament

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śirṇṇa
(S) destroyed; extinct; killed; dead; finished
śīrṣa
head
śīrṣātyani
(S) a name of supernatural weapons
śiraḥ
(S) head
śīla
(S) characteristic; behavior; conduct; civilization; piety
śila
aśila to sit modestly (with crossed legs); to sit in an orderly manner; paśila seat
śilā
(S) stone
śilāñjana
(S) a shrub
śilātala
(S) flat stone
śilādri
(S) coral reef; lump of coral
śilawān
(S) upright; honest, reliable; pious; modest
śilāśayana
(S) flat stone used as a resting-place
śilīmuka
(S śilīmukha) arrow
śilpika
(S) manual labor; worker; load-bearer, burden-bearer
śiwa
(S) jackal
śiwāgni
(S) fire of Śiwa
śiwatarpaṇa
(S) sacrifice to please Śiwa
śiwatwa
(S) Śiwaism
śiwapatra
(S) red lotus
śiwapratiṣṭa
(S) throne of Śiwa
śiwabhakti
(S) service to Śiwa
śiwāmbha
(S) holy water
śiwaruta
(S) the howling of a jackal

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śīwarūpa
(S) to have the apperance of Śiwa
śiwārcca
(S) image or statue of Śiwa
śiwārccana
(S) homage to Śiwa
śiwawimba
(S) image or statue of Śiwa
śiwasabhā
(S) place where Rawana performs his sacrifice
śiwasmaraṇa
(S) meditation on Śiwa
śiwasmṛti
(S) meditation on Śiwa
śiwopakaraṇa
(S) anything which causes happiness
śiśirakāla
(S) winter, cold season
śiṣṭa
(S) excellent; superior
śiṣya
(S) pupil, student
śukti
(S) oyster
śukra
(S) seed
śukla
(S) pure, clean; clear; unmarried
śuklapakṣa
(S) the middle of the period during which the moon is shining brightly
śuci
(S) pure, clean
śucimuka
(S śūcimukha) a battle-array
śuciśīla
(S) to behave piously, to behave purely
śuddha
(S) pure, clean; good; just, fair, impartial; right; satisfied; white
śuddhākāra
(S) to behave correctly
śuddhawirāt
(S) glowing/flaming fire; name of a verse form
śuddhi
(S) purification; pure, clean; genuine; right; aśuddhyan purified; mahaśuddhya to convince

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śūdra
(S) the fourth and lowest caste
śūdrajanma
(S) descendant of Śūdra
śūdratatwa
(S) dirty in fact, unclean in reality
śūnya
(S) quiet, silent; empty; lonely, lonesome; small; śūnya-śūnya silent and quiet; śinūnyan without; far from, left by
śūnyakāya
(S) impotent, powerless, desperate
śūnyāgāra
(S) a remote house, a silent house
śūnyatā
(S) uselessness of the seeming forms of the world; nirvana (i.e., not-being)
śūnyātmaka
(S) one whose soul has attained liberation from all bounds of the world (nirvana, not-being); perfect man, ideal man
śūnyadeśa
(S) quiet place, silent place; place of redemption
śūnyamārgga
(S) to fly
śūnyaranya
(S) silent woods, quiet forest
śūnyahasta
(S) empty hand
śubha
(S) beautiful; good
śubhakarmma
(S) good deed, virtuous deed
śubhakāla
(S) right moment
śubhadiwasa
(S) good time, good moment
śubhadūta
(S) messenger of good news
śubhanimitta
(S) omen of happiness; good omen
śubham
(S) happiness, luck
śubhamanggala
(S) omen of happiness; good omen
śubhāśubha
(S) good and bad, advantage and disadvantage

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śūra
(S) brave, courageous, audacious; hero
śūratara
(S) braver, more courageous; audacious
śūradharma
(S) task or obligation of a hero
śūradhīra
(S) audacious hero; brave hero; kaśūradhīran heroism
śūrasāra
(S) supernaturally talented hero
śūrottama
(S) excellent hero
śūla
(S) 1. pointed stake; lance, spear, javelin. 2. ill, sick
śūlāgra
(S) pointed end of a spear, sharp end of a javelin
śulka
(S) wedding present
śuśrūṣā
(S) loyalty, obedience, discipline
śuṣka
(S) dry
śuṣkendhani
(S) dry wood
śṛgāla
(S) jackal
śṛngga
(S) horn; aśṛngga horned animal
śṛnggāṭaka
(S) name of a battle-array
śṛnggāra
(S) goddess of love; kind, friendly; beautiful
śṛnggāraweśa
(S) to be dressed beautifully
śṛnggi
(S) adopted son of the priest Samiti, born of a cow
śṛddha
(S śrāddha) loyal; pious
śela
(S śaila) stone; see śilā
śewapakṣa
(S śaiwapakṣa) adherent of Śiwaism
śewela
(S śaiwala) a water plant (Vallisnaria sp.)

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śeṣa
(S) rest, remainder
śaiwa
(S) adherent of Śiwaism; kaśaiwan Śiwaite temple
śaiwāngkura
(S) kaśaiwāngkuran inheritance of Śiwaism
śaiwādhyakṣa
(S) belief of Śiwaism, catechism of Śiwaism
śaiwapakṣa
(S) see śewapakṣa
śaiwapratiṣṭa
(S) image or statue of Śiwa
śaiwarṣya
(S) position of a Śiwaite priest
śoka
(S) radiance, shine, glow, light; sadness, sorrow, distress; sad, sorrowful, distressed
śokacitta
(S) sad, distressed, sorrowful
śokabahni
(S śokawahni) fire of distress, fire of sadness
śokamānasa
(S) sad, distressed, sorrowful
śokamaya
(S) sad, distressed, sorrowful
śokasantāpa
(S) miserable, wretched
śoca
(S śauca) 1. cleaning, purification; holiness; aśoca to bathe. 2. eye
śocaka
a bird
śoṇita
(S) blood
śoṇitārṇṇawa
(S) ocean of blood
śoddhodani
(S śauddhodani) son of Śuddhodana
śobhā
(S) beautiful; fine, splendid; enthusiastic, cheerful, animated; to shine, to glow, to radiate
śobhita
(S) decorated; beautiful
śori
(S parameśwarī) queen; king's wife
śmaśāna
(S) grave; cemetery, burying ground; place of cremation

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śyamā
(S) dark
śyenī
(S) eagle; name of a verse form
śraddhā
(S) glad, pleasant, contented, comfortable, to feel well, at one's ease; kind, friendly; permission, license; trust in God, surrender to God
śrāddha
(S) sacrifice for a dead man
śrama
(S) fatigued, tired; śrama-śrama war exercise; aśrama to play with, to fence (with a sword); see also āśrama
śrāwaka
(S) priest
śrāwaṇa
(S) 1. to inform. 2. priest. 3. name of a month
śrawaṇa
(S) name of a constellation; a horoscope
śrāwaṇamāsa
(S) the month Śrāwaṇa
śrāwaṇīya
(S) ought to be announced, will be announced, in order to announce
śrāwita
(S) announced
śrawyawanda
(S) eulogistic songs; musical instruments
śrī
(S) happiness; beauty; grandeur; dignity; aśrī beautiful
śrīgaḍing
(S) a kind of flower (Nyctanthes arbortristis L.)
śrīdanta
(S) a kind of flower
śrīpuṭa
(S) name of a verse form
śrīmaya
(S) very beautiful; to consist of beauty
śriya
(S śriyā) prosperity
śrīwāsa
(S) most important
śrīwṛkṣa
(S) a tree (Picus religiosa)

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śriweṣṭa
(S) turpentine
śruti
(S) 1. holy scripture, holy text, holy book; Veda. 2. aural lesson, aural instruction
śrutyā
(S) after having heard
śreya
(S śreyams) superior, excellent
śresti
(S śrestin) high; good; clever
śrota
(S śrotas) ear
śroti
(S śruti) hearing; ear
śrotriya
(S śrautriya) to know the contents of the religious books
śloka
(S) poem
ślokapadārtha
(S) contents of a poem
śwa
(S) dog
śwana
(S) dog
śweta
(S) white
śwetachatra
(S) white umbrella
śwetawarṇa
(S) white-colored
śwetawastra
(S) white-colored

ṣaṭpada
(S) bee
ṣaḍ
(S) six; kaṣaḍ the sixth
ṣaḍṛtu
(S) the sixth season
ṣaḍgaṇa
(S) another name for Śiwa
ṣaḍguṇa
(S) sixfold
ṣāḍguṇya
(S) the six good qualities

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ṣaḍpañca
(S) six and five (eleven)
ṣaḍpada
(S) bee
ṣaḍrasa
(S) the six (kinds of) senses; delicious foods
ṣaḍwargga
(S) the six kinds of wrong passions
ṣaḍwināya
(S) another name for Ganeśa
ṣaṣṭi
(S) sixty
ṣaṣṭī
(S ṣaṣṭhī) the sixth day from the middle of the month
ṣaṣṭisahasra
(S) sixty thousand
ṣodaśasahasra
(S) sixteen thousand