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 dhruvá [ dhruva ]

mf ( ā' ) n. ( prob. fr. √ dhṛ, but cf. √ dhru and dhruv ) fixed, firm, immovable, unchangeable, constant, lasting, permanent, eternal, RV. etc. ( e.g. the earth, a mountain, a pillar, a vow etc. ; with svâṅga, n. an inseparable member of the body, Pāṇ. vi, 2, 177 ; with dhenu f. a cow which stands quiet when milked, AV. xii, 1, 45 ; with diś, f. the point of the heavens directly under the feet [ reckoned among the quarters of the sky, cf. 2. diś ], AV. Br. ; with smṛti f. a strong or retentive memory, ChUp. vii, 26 , 2 ; also under karaṇa and nakṣatra )

staying with ( loc. ), RV. ix, 101, 12

settled, certain, sure, Mn. MBh. Kāv. etc.

ifc. = pāpa, L.

m. the polar star ( personified as son of Uttāna-pāda and grandson of Manu ) cf. GṛS. cf. MBh. etc.

celestial pole cf. Sūryas

the unchangeable longitude of fixed stars, a constant arc cf. ib.

a knot cf. VS. v, 21 ; 30

a post, stake cf. L.

the Indian fig-tree cf. L.

tip of the nose ( ? ) cf. L.

a partic. water-bird cf. ib.

the remaining ( i.e. preserved ) Graha which having been drawn in the morning is not offered till evening cf. ŚBr. cf. Vait

( in music ) the introductory verse of a song ( recurring as a kind of burthen ) or a partic. time or measure ( tāla-viśeṣa )

any epoch to which a computation of dates is referred cf. W.

N. of an astrol. Yoga

of the syllable Om cf. RāmatUp.

of Brahmā cf. L.

of Viṣṇu cf. MBh.

of Śiva cf. Śivag

of a serpent supporting the earth cf. GṛS. cf. TĀr.

of a Vasu cf. MBh. cf. Hariv. cf. Pur.

of a son of Vasu-deva and Rohiṇī cf. BhP.

of an Āṅgirasa ( supposed author of cf. RV. x, 173 ) cf. Anukr.

of a son of Nahusha cf. MBh.

of a follower of the Pāṇḍus cf. ib.

of a son of Ranti-nāra ( or Ranti-bhāra ) cf. Pur.

( ā ), f. the largest of the 3 sacrificial ladles cf. AV. xviii, 4, 5, 6 ( with juhū & upabhṛt ) cf. VS. cf. ŚBr. etc.

( scil. vṛtti ) a partic. mode of life cf. Baudh.

( scil. strī ) a virtuous woman cf. L.

Desmodium Gangeticum cf. L.

Sanseviera Zeylanica cf. L.

( in music ) the introductory verse ( cf. above )

n. the fixed point ( from which a departure takes place ) cf. Pāṇ. 1- 4, 24

the enduring sound ( supposed to be heard after the Abhinidhāna ) cf. RPrāt.

air, atmosphere cf. L.

a kind of house cf. Gal.

( am ), ind. firmly, constantly, certainly, surely cf. Mn. cf. Yājñ. cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc. ; ( āya ), ind. for ever cf. Hariv. [ Cf. Zd. drva. ]

dhruvá-ketu [ dhruvaketu ]

m. a kind of meteor cf. Var

dhruvá-kṣít [ dhruvakSit ]

mfn. resting firmly cf. VS.

dhruvá-kṣiti [ dhruvakSiti ]

( °vá- ), mfn. having a firm position or abode cf. VS. cf. BhP.

m. a partic. personification cf. TĀr.

dhruvá-kṣetra [ dhruvakSetra ]

n. N. of a place cf. W.

dhruvá-kṣema [ dhruvakSema ]

( °vá- ), mfn. firmly fixed, immovable cf. RV.

dhruvá-gati [ dhruvagati ]

f. a firm position cf. BhP.

mfn. going firmly cf. ib.

dhruvá-gīta-nṛtya [ dhruvagItanRtya ]

n. ( in music ) a partic. dance

dhruvá-gopá [ dhruvagopa ]

m. protector of the Grahas called Dhruva cf. Br. cf. KātyŚr.

dhruvá-cakra [ dhruvacakra ]

n. N. of wk.

dhruvá-carita [ dhruvacarita ]

n. N. of wk.

dhruvá-cyút [ dhruvacyut ]

mfn. shaking the immovable cf. RV.

dhruvá-tāraka [ dhruvatAraka ]

n. ( cf. Var. cf. Sch. ),

dhruvá-tārā [ dhruvatArA ]

f. ( cf. Sūryas. ) the polar star

dhruvá-tva [ dhruvatva ]

n. ( in music ) quick time or measure

dhruvá-devī [ dhruvadevI ]

f. N. of a princess cf. L.

dhruvá-naḍi [ dhruvanaDi ]

or f. N. of wk.

dhruvá-naḍī [ dhruvanaDI ]

f. N. of wk.

dhruvá-nṛtya [ dhruvanRtya ]

n. ( in music ) a partic. dance ( cf. -gīta-n° )

dhruvá-paṭu [ dhruvapaTu ]

m. N. of a prince cf. L.

dhruvá-pada [ dhruvapada ]

n. N. of wk.

dhruvá-pāla [ dhruvapAla ]

m. N. of an author cf. Cat.

dhruvá-bhāga [ dhruvabhAga ]

m. the unchangeable longitude of fixed stars cf. Gaṇit. cf. Sch.

dhruvá-bhramaṇa [ dhruvabhramaNa ]

n. N. of wk.

-yantra, n. N. of wk.

°ṇâdhikāra m. N. of wk.

dhruvá-maṇḍala [ dhruvamaNDala ]

n. the polar region

dhruvá-mānasa [ dhruvamAnasa ]

n. N. of wk.

dhruvá-yaṣṭi [ dhruvayaSTi ]

f. the axis of the poles cf. Gol.

dhruvá-yoni [ dhruvayoni ]

( °vá- ), mfn. having a firm resting-place cf. VS.

dhruvá-ratnā [ dhruvaratnA ]

f. N. of one of the Mātris attending on Skanda cf. MBh.

dhruvá-rāja [ dhruvarAja ]

m. N. of a prince cf. L.

dhruvá-rāhu [ dhruvarAhu ]

m. a form of Rāhu cf. Var

dhruvá-lakṣaṇa [ dhruvalakSaNa ]

n. ' the mark of recurring verses ', N. of ch. of cf. PSarv.

dhruvá-śila [ dhruvazila ]

mfn. having a fixed residence cf. Gaut

dhruvá-sád [ dhruvasad ]

mfn. resting on firm ground cf. VS.

dhruvá-saṃdhi [ dhruvasaMdhi ]

m. ' whose alliance is sure ', N. of a son of Su-saṃdhi or Su-shṭ/ and father of Bharata cf. R.

of a son of Pushya cf. Ragh. cf. Pur.

dhruvá-siddhi [ dhruvasiddhi ]

m. ' through whom cure is sure ', N. of a physician cf. Mālav

dhruvá-sûkta [ dhruvasUkta ]

n. N. of wk.

dhruvá-sena [ dhruvasena ]

m. N. of 2 Valabhī princes cf. Inscr.

dhruvá-stuti [ dhruvastuti ]

f. N. of wk.

dhruvá-sthālī' [ dhruvasthAlI ]

f. the vessel for the Graha called Dhmva cf. TBr. cf. Lāṭy

dhruvâkṣara [ dhruvAkSara ]

n. ' the eternal syllable ' Om as N. of Viṣṇu cf. MBh.

dhruvânanda [ dhruvAnanda ]

m. N. of an author ( with miśra ) cf. Cat.

-mata-vyākhyā f. N. of cf. Comm. on Dhruv^ananda's wk.

dhruvâvarta [ dhruvAvarta ]

m. the point on the crown of the head from which the hairs radiate cf. Var

dhruvâśva [ dhruvAzva ]

m. N. of a prince cf. MatsyaP. ( cf. Zd. drvāspa )

of a partic. sacrificial act cf. MānGṛ.