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ā-kāśá [ AkAza ]  


as, m. ( Ved. ) or ( later ) am, n. ( ifc. f. ā ) a free or open space, vacuity, AitBr. ŚBr. MBh. etc.

the ether, sky or atmosphere, Naigh. ŚBr. Mn. etc.

( am ), n. ( in philos. ) the subtle and ethereal fluid ( supposed to fill and pervade the universe and to be the peculiar vehicle of life and of sound ), Vedāntas. etc.

Brahma ( as identical with ether ), L.

= ākāśa-bhāṣita below, Comm. on Śak.

( e ), loc. ind. in the air ( a stage direction implying something said by or to a person out of sight ), Mṛcch. Śak. etc.




ā-kāśá-kakṣā [ AkAzakakSA ]  

f. ' girdle of the sky ', the horizon, L.



ā-kāśá-ga [ AkAzaga ]  

mf ( ā ) n. going through the atmosphere ( as the Gaṅgā ; see -gaṅgā ), R.

( as ), m. a bird, MBh. v, 7287.



ā-kāśá-gaṅgā [ AkAzagaGgA ]  

f. the Gaṅgā flowing down from the sky, MBh. iii , 10909, R. Ragh. i, 78.



ā-kāśá-gata [ AkAzagata ]  

mfn. coming from the air ( as a voice ), Kathās.



ā-kāśá-gati [ AkAzagati ]  

f. going through the atmosphere, Pañcat.



ā-kāśá-gamana [ AkAzagamana ]  

n. going through the atmosphere, Pañcat.




ā-kāśá-garbhi [ AkAzagarbhi ]  

m., N. of a Bodhisattva, Buddh.



ā-kāśá-camasa [ AkAzacamasa ]  

m. ' a cup or vessel with ether ', the moon, L.



ā-kāśá-cārin [ AkAzacArin ]  

mfn. = -ga, mfn. above, Kathās.

( ī ), m. a bird, MBh. i, 8384.



ā-kāśá-ja [ AkAzaja ]  

mfn. produced in the sky.



ā-kāśá-jananī [ AkAzajananI ]  

f. a loophole, casement, embrasure, ŚāntiP. 2638.



ā-kāśá-dīpa [ AkAzadIpa ]  

m. a lamp or torch lighted in honour of Lakṣmī or Viṣṇu and elevated on a pole in the air at the Dīvāli ( Dīpāvali ) festival, in the month Kārttika, L.

any lantern on a pole, L.



ā-kāśá-deśa [ AkAzadeza ]  

m. an open place, N.



ā-kāśá-patha [ AkAzapatha ]  

m. a way or road through the atmosphere, Kathās.



ā-kāśá-pathika [ AkAzapathika ]  

m. ' sky-traveller ', the sun, Kathās.



ā-kāśá-poli [ AkAzapoli ]  

m., N. of a poet, Śārṅg.



ā-kāśá-pratiṣṭhita [ AkAzapratiSThita ]  

m., N. of a Buddha.



ā-kāśá-pradīpa [ AkAzapradIpa ]  

m. = -dīpa, q.v., L.



ā-kāśá-baddhalakṣa [ AkAzabaddhalakSa ]  

m. ( in theatrical language ) fixing the gaze on some object out of sight of the audience, Vikr.



ā-kāśá-bhāṣita [ AkAzabhASita ]  

n. ( in theatrical language ) speaking off the stage ( to one out of sight ), Comm. on Mṛcch.



ā-kāśá-máya [ AkAzamaya ]  

mfn. consisting of ether, ŚBr. xiv ( BṛĀrUp. ).



ā-kāśá-māṃsī [ AkAzamAMsI ]  

f. the plant Nardostachys Jaṭāmāṃsī, L.



ā-kāśá-mukhin [ AkAzamukhin ]  

inas, m. pl., N. of a Śaiva sect ( the adherents of which keep their faces turned towards the sky ).



ā-kāśá-muṣṭi-hananāya [ AkAzamuSTihananAya ]  

Nom. Ā. °yate, to be foolish like one who beats the air with his fist, Sarvad.; ( cf. MBh. v, 1334. ).



ā-kāśá-mūlī [ AkAzamUlI ]  

f. the plant Pistia Stratiotes, L.



ā-kāśá-yāna [ AkAzayAna ]  

n. a car moving through the air, Śak.



ā-kāśá-yoginī [ AkAzayoginI ]  

f., N. of a goddess.



ā-kāśá-rakṣin [ AkAzarakSin ]  

m. a watchman on the outer battlements, L.



ā-kāśá-vat [ AkAzavat ]  

mfn. spacious, extensive, ChUp.

( said of the fingers ) extended, ĀpŚr.



ā-kāśá-vartman [ AkAzavartman ]  

n. = -patha above, Hit.



ā-kāśá-vallī [ AkAzavallI ]  

f. the creeper Cassyta Filiformis, L.



ā-kāśá-vāṇī [ AkAzavANI ]  

f. a voice from the air or from heaven, L.

( īs ), m., N. of the author of a Hanumatstotra.



ā-kāśá-śayana [ AkAzazayana ]  

n. ( ifc. f. ā ) sleeping in open air, R. iii, 16, 12.



ā-kāśá-salila [ AkAzasalila ]  

n. ' water from the atmosphere, ' rain, L.



ā-kāśá-stha [ AkAzastha ]  

mfn. abiding in the sky, aerial.



ā-kāśá-sphaṭika [ AkAzasphaTika ]  

m. a kind of crystal ( supposed to be formed in the atmosphere and of two kinds, Sūrya-kānta and Candra-kānta, q.v. ).



ākāśâ`'tman [ AkAzAtman ]  

mfn. having the nature of air, aerial, ŚBr. x.



ākāśâ`nantyâ`yatana [ AkAzAnantyAyatana ]  

n. ' abode of infinity or of infinite space, ' N. of a world, Buddh.



ākāśâstikāya [ AkAzAstikAya ]  

m. the ontologic category of space, Jain.



ākāśê`śa [ AkAzeza ]  

mfn. ' who has no other possession than the air ', helpless ( as a child, woman, pauper, or invalid ), Mn. iv, 184

( as ), m. ' lord of the sky ', Indra, L.



ākāśôdaka [ AkAzodaka ]  

n. = ākāśa-salila, q.v., L.