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दैव
 daíva [ daiva ]


1. or daivá mf ( ī' ) n. ( fr. devá ) belonging to or coming from the gods, divine, celestial, AV., Br., Mn., MBh. etc.

sacred to the gods ( tīrtha n. the tips of the fingers, Mn. ii, 59; cf. s.v.; °vīdik f. the north, L. ; cf. 2. diś ).

royal ( vāc ), Rājat. v, 205

depending on fate, fatal, Kāv.

m. ( with or without vivāha ) a form of marriage, the gift of a daughter at a sacrifice to the officiating priest, Mn. iii, 21 ; 28

the knowledge of portents, Saṃk.

patr. of Atharvan, ŚBr.

pl. the attendants of a deity, TaṇḍBr. xvii, 1, 1

( ī ), f. a woman married according to the Daiva rite, Viṣṇ. xxiv, 30

a division of medicine, the medical use of charms, prayers etc., W.

n. a deity ( kula- ), BhP. iii, 1, 35 etc.

( scil. karman, kārya etc. ) a religious offering or rite, Yājñ., MBh.

divine power or will, destiny, fate, chance ( °vāt, ind., by chance, accidentally ), AV., Mn., MBh. etc.




daíva-karman [ daivakarman ]

n. oblations to the gods, religious rite, W.



daíva-kṛta [ daivakRta ]

mfn. caused by divine power or nature, natural ( opp. to, ' artificial ' ), Suśr.



daíva-kovida [ daivakovida ]

mfn. acquainted with the destinies of men

mf. ( ā ) a fatalist, fortune-teller, L.



daíva-gati [ daivagati ]

f. ' course of destiny ', fortune ( °tyā = daivāt ), Megh.



daíva-cintaka [ daivacintaka ]

m. ' reflecting on fate ', astrologer, N. of Śiva, MBh., Var., Kāv

fatalist, W.



daíva-cintana [ daivacintana ]

n. ( MW. ),



daíva-cintā [ daivacintA ]

f. ( W. ) fatalism or astrology.



daíva-jña [ daivajJa ]

mfn. knowing fate or men's destinies

m. = -cintaka, N. of Śiva, Yājñ., MBh., Kāv. etc.

-tva n., Var.

( jñā ), f. female fortune-teller, L. : -kalā-nidhi and - cintā-maṇi m. -jātaka n. -dīpa-kalikā and dīpikā f. -bhūṣaṇa n. -manohara, m. ', -mukha-maṇḍana n. -vallabha, m. ( or °bhā f. ), -vidhi-vilāsa and -vilāsa m., N. of works. daíva-śarman m., N. of Viśva-nātha ( son of Gopāla ), Cat.

-śiro-maṇi m., N. of a work.

-sanmuni m., N. of an astrologer, L.

°jñâlaṃkṛti f., N. of a work.



daíva-tantra [ daivatantra ]

mfn. subject to fate, MW.



daíva-tas [ daivatas ]

ind. by fate or chance, Kathās., BhP.



daíva-datta [ daivadatta ]

1. mfn. ( for 2. 2. daiva ) given by fate or fortune, innate, natural, Daś.



daíva-dīpa [ daivadIpa ]

m. ' the heavenly lamp ', the eye, L. ( deva-, deha- ).



daíva-dur-vipāka [ daivadurvipAka ]

m. the evil ripening of destiny through the effect of deeds done in the present or former births, Hit '



daíva-doṣa [ daivadoSa ]

m. the fault or evil result of deeds, evil fate, MW.



daíva-nirmita [ daivanirmita ]

mfn. = -kṛta, MBh.



daíva-para [ daivapara ]

mfn. trusting to fate, fatalist, Kām., Hit., Pur. ( also °r´âyaṇa, R. )

fated, willed, predestined, W.



daíva-parîkṣā [ daivaparIkSA ]

f., N. of a work.



daíva-praśna [ daivaprazna ]

m. inquiring of fate, astrology ( deva- )

a supernatural voice heard at night ( upa-śruti ), L.



daíva-yajña-piṇḍa-sūrya [ daivayajJapiNDasUrya ]

m., N. of an author, Cat. ( w.r. for deva- ? ).



daíva-yuga [ daivayuga ]

n. an age of the gods ( daitya- ), MW.



daíva-yuta [ daivayuta ]

mfn. favoured by fate, Var.



daíva-yoga [ daivayoga ]

m. juncture of fate, fortune, chance

( ena and āt ) ind. by chance, accidentally, Hariv., Kathās., Vet.



daíva-rakṣita [ daivarakSita ]

1. mfn. ( for 2. 2. daiva ) guarded by the gods, MW.



daíva-ratha [ daivaratha ]

m. divine chariot ( w.r. for deva- ? ), MBh. i, 634.



daíva-rājya [ daivarAjya ]

w.r. for deva-



daíva-lekhaka [ daivalekhaka ]

m. fortune-teller, astrologer, L.



daíva-laukika [ daivalaukika ]

mf ( ī ) n. celestial and worldly, MW.



daíva-vaśa [ daivavaza ]

m. the will or power of destiny

( āt ), ind. by chance, fatally, Dhūrtas.



daíva-vāṇī [ daivavANI ]

f. a voice from heaven, W.



daíva-vid [ daivavid ]

mfn. destiny-knowing

m. an astrologer, Var., Rājat.



daíva-vidhi [ daivavidhi ]

m. course of fate, Pañc. iii, 238.



daíva-śrāddha [ daivazrAddha ]

n. a partic. Śrāddha.



daíva-sampanna [ daivasampanna ]

mfn. favoured by destiny

-tā f., Kām.



daíva-hata [ daivahata ]

mfn. stricken by destiny, ill-fated, R.



daíva-hataka [ daivahataka ]

mfn. id. : cursed by destiny, Amar.

n. a blow of destiny, Prab

cursed, Dhūrtas. Ratn, iv, 0/1.



daíva-hīna [ daivahIna ]

mfn. forsaken by fortune, Var.



daivâtyaya [ daivAtyaya ]

m. danger or evil resulting from unusual natural phenomena, Var.



daivâdy-anta [ daivAdyanta ]

mfn. beginning and ending with a ceremony in honour of the gods ( opp. to pitrādy° ), Mn. iii, 205.



daivâdhīna [ daivAdhIna ]

mfn. subject to fate, MW.



daivânurodhin [ daivAnurodhin ]

mfn. obedient to fate or to the will of the gods, W.



daivânvita [ daivAnvita ]

mfn. favoured by destiny, Var.



daivâ`yatta [ daivAyatta ]

mfn. dependent upon destiny, W.



daivâho-rātra [ daivAhorAtra ]

n. a day and night of the gods ( = a year of men ), W. ( daityâho- ).



daivêjya [ daivejya ]

mfn. sacred to the planet Jupiter ( topaz ), L.



daivôḍhā [ daivoDhA ]

f. a woman married according to the Daiva ritual ( see above )

-ja. m. the son of such a woman, Mn. iii, 38.



daivôdyāna [ daivodyAna ]

n. divine grove, R. ( devôdy° ).



daivôpahata [ daivopahata ]

( W. ) mfn. struck by fate, ill-fated ( daiva-h° ).



daivôpahataka [ daivopahataka ]

( Kāni. ), mfn. struck by fate, ill-fated ( daiva-h° ).



daiva [ daiva ]

2. Vṛddhi form of deva in comp.



daiva-kṣatri [ daivakSatri ]

m., patr. fr. Deva-kshatra, Hariv. 1994.



daiva-jana [ daivajana ]

( daí° ), mf ( ī ) n. belonging to the gods collectively, RV. x, 2, 22.



daiva-tarasa [ daivatarasa ]

m., patr. fr. Deva-taras, ĀśvŚr. xii, 10.



daiva-tareya [ daivatareya ]

m., patr. fr. Deva-tara, gaṇa śubhrâ`di.



daiva-datta [ daivadatta ]

2. mf ( ī ) n. being in the village Deva-datta, Pāṇ. i, 1, 75, Sch.

m., pl. the pupils of Deva-datta, 73. Vārtt. 5, Pat. ( deva- dattīya )

-śaṭhin, m. pl. id., gaṇa śaunakâ`di, Kāś.



daiva-datti [ daivadatti ]

m., patr. fr. Deva-datta, Pat.

°dattika mf ( ī ) n. relating to Deva-datta, gaṇa kāśy-ādi



daiva-darśanin [ daivadarzanin ]

m., pl. the pupils of Deva-darśana, gaṇa śaunakâ`di.



daiva-dārava [ daivadArava ]

mf ( ī ) n. made of the tree Deva-dāru or being on it, Pāṇ. iv, 3, 139, Kāś.



daiva-mati [ daivamati ]

m., patr. fr. Deva-mata and -mitra, gaṇa taulvaly-ādi.



daiva-mitri [ daivamitri ]

m., patr. fr. Deva-mata and -mitra, gaṇa taulvaly-ādi.



daiva-mānuṣaka [ daivamAnuSaka ]

mfn. belonging to gods and men, Mn. xi, 235.



daiva-yajñi [ daivayajJi ]

m., patr. fr. Deva-yajña, gaṇa taulvalyādi ( f. ī or , Pāṇ. iv, 1, 81 ).



daiva-yātava [ daivayAtava ]

m., patr. fr. Deva-yātu

°vaka mf ( ī ) n. inhabited by the Daivayātavas, gaṇa rājanyâdi.



daiva-yāneya [ daivayAneya ]

m., metron. fr. Deva-yāni, MBh. i, 3163.



daiva-rakṣita [ daivarakSita ]

2. m., patr. Deva-ratha ( also pl. ), VP.



daiva-rathāyani [ daivarathAyani ]

m., patr. fr. Deva-ratha, gaṇa tikâ`di



daiva-rāja [ daivarAja ]

n., N. of a Sāman

°jaka mfn. made by Deva-rāja, gaṇa kalālâ`di

°jika mf ( ā and ī ) n., gaṇa kāśy-ādi.



daiva-rāti [ daivarAti ]

m., patr. fr. Deva-rāta, N. of Janaka, MBh. xii, 11546

of Yājñavalkya, ŚBr. xiv, 4, 2, 5, Sch.



daiva-vātá [ daivavAta ]

mf ( ī ) n. relating to Deva-vāta, RV.

m. patr. of Śṛñjaya, ib.



daiva-śarmi [ daivazarmi ]

m., patr. fr. Deva-śarman, gaṇa bāhv-ādi

°mīya mfn. gaṇa gahâdi.



daiva-sthāni [ daivasthAni ]

m., patr. fr. Deva-sthāna, gaṇa pailâ`di



daiva-hava [ daivahava ]

mf ( ī ) n., gaṇa kaṇvâ`di.



daiva-havya [ daivahavya ]

m., patron. fr. Deva-hū, gaṇa gargâ`di.



daivātitha [ daivAtitha ]

mf ( ī ) n. relating to Devâtithi

n., N. of a Sāman, Lāṭy.



daivānīka [ daivAnIka ]

n. ( fr. devân° ) N. of a Sāman.



daivāpá [ daivApa ]

m., patr. fr. Devâ`pi, N. of Indrota, ŚBr. xiii, 5, 4, 1.



daivāripa [ daivAripa ]

m. ( fr. devâri-pa ) a shell, MBh. iv, 1712.



daivāvṛdh [ daivAvRdh ]

n. ( fr. dev° ) a partic. formula, Vait.



daivāvṛdha [ daivAvRdha ]

m., patr. fr. Devā-vṛdha, N. of Babhru, AitBr. vii, 34.



daivāsurá [ daivAsura ]

mf ( ī ) n. relating to the gods and Asuras, ŚBr.

cf. Pāṇ. iv, 3, 88, Vārtt.

existing between the gods and Asuras ( vaira, ' hostility ' ), 125, Vārtt.

containing the word devâsura ( as an Adhyāya or Anuvāka ), gaṇa vimuktâ`di.





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