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आचार्य

ācāryá [ AcArya ]


m. ' knowing or teaching the ācāra or rules ', a spiritual guide or teacher ( especially one who invests the student with the sacrificial thread, and instructs him in the Vedas, in the law of sacrifice and religious mysteries [ cf. Mn. ii, 140 ; 171 ] ) cf. AV. cf. ŚBr. etc.

a N. of Droṇa ( the teacher of the Pāṇḍavas ) cf. Bhag. i, 2

( ā ), f. a spiritual preceptress cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 49 cf. Siddh. [ The title ācārya affixed to names of learned men is rather like our ' Dr. '

e.g. rāghavâcārya, etc. ]




ācāryá-karaṇa [ AcAryakaraNa ]

n. acting as teacher cf. Pāṇ. 1-3, 36



ācāryá-jāyā' [ AcAryajAyA ]

f. a teacher's wife cf. ŚBr. xi



ācāryá-tā [ AcAryatA ]

f. the office or profession of a teacher cf. MBh. i, 5092 cf. VarBṛS.



ācāryá-tva [ AcAryatva ]

n. id. cf. Yājñ. i, 275



ācāryá-deva [ AcAryadeva ]

mfn. worshipping one's teacher like a deity cf. TUp.



ācāryá-deśīya [ AcAryadezIya ]

mfn. ( cf. Pāṇ. 5-3, 67 ) ' somewhat inferior to an Ācārya ' ( a title applied by commentators to scholars or disputants whose statements contain only a part of the truth and are not entirely correct

the term is opposed to ' Ācārya ' and ' Siddhāntin ' ), Kaiyaṭa and Nāyojībhaṭṭa on cf. Pat.



ācāryá-bhogīna [ AcAryabhogIna ]

mfn. being advantageous or agreeable to a teacher , ( g. kṣsubhnâdi, q.v. )



ācāryá-miśra [ AcAryamizra ]

mfn. venerable, honourable, ( cf. g. matallikâdi. )



ācāryá-vacasá [ AcAryavacasa ]

n. the word of the holy teacher cf. ŚBr. xi



ācāryá-vat [ AcAryavat ]

( ācāryá- ), mfn. one who has a teacher cf. ŚBr. xiv cf. Vedāntas



ācāryá-sava [ AcAryasava ]

m. N. of an Ekāha sacrifice



ācāryôpâsana [ AcAryopAsana ]

n. waiting upon or serving a spiritual preceptor



ācāryá [ AcArya ]




ācāryaka [ AcAryaka ]

etc. cf. ib.





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