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ātma [ Atma ]


( in comp. for ātmán

also rarely ifc., e.g. adhy-ātma, adhy-ātmám )




ātma-karman [ Atmakarman ]

n. one's own act



ātma-kāma [ AtmakAma ]

( ātmá- ), mf ( ā ) n. loving one's self, possessed of self-conceit cf. R. ii, 70, 10

loving the supreme spirit cf. ŚBr. xiv ( cf. BṛĀrUp. )



ātma-kāmeya [ AtmakAmeya ]

ās m. pl., N. of a people, ( g. rājanyâdi , q.v. )

°yaka mfn. inhabited by the Ātmakāmeyas cf. ib.



ātma-kārya [ AtmakArya ]

n. one's own business, private affairs.



ātma-kṛta [ AtmakRta ]

( ātmá- ), mfn. done or committed against one's self cf. VS. viii, 13

done of one's self, self-executed cf. R. ii, 46, 23



ātma-krīḍa [ AtmakrIDa ]

mfn. playing with the supreme spirit, NṛsUP.



ātma-gata [ Atmagata ]

mfn. being on itself cf. MBh. xi, 566 ( ed. Bomb

-ruha below )

( am ), ind. ' gone to one's self ', ( in dram. ) aside ( to denote that the words which follow are supposed to be heard by the audience only ) cf. Śak. cf. Mālav. cf. Mṛcch. etc.



ātma-gati [ Atmagati ]

f. one's own way cf. R. i, 76, 24

' course of the soul's existence ', life of the spirit cf. Nir

( °tyā ), instr. ind. by one's own act ( without the intervention of another ) cf. Śak



ātma-guṇa [ AtmaguNa ]

n. virtue of the soul cf. Gaut



ātma-guptā [ AtmaguptA ]

f. the plant Mucuna Pruritus Hook cf. Suśr.



ātma-gupti [ Atmagupti ]

f. the hiding-place of an animal cf. L.



ātma-grāhin [ AtmagrAhin ]

mfn. taking for one's self, selfish cf. L.



ātma-ghāta [ AtmaghAta ]

m. suicide cf. L.



ātma-ghātaka [ AtmaghAtaka ]

m. a suicide



ātma-ghātin [ AtmaghAtin ]

m. id. cf. Yājñ. iii, 21 cf. Kād



ātma-ghoṣa [ AtmaghoSa ]

m. ' uttering one's own name ', a crow cf. L.

a cock cf. L.



ātma-caturtha [ Atmacaturtha ]

mfn. being one's self the fourth one with three others ( N. of Janārdana respecting his four heads ? ) cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 6



ātma-cchanda-tīrtha [ AtmacchandatIrtha ]

n. N. of a Tirtha cf. SkandaP.



ātma-ja [ Atmaja ]

mfn. self-originated, MBh. xii, 12449

( as ), m. ( ifc. f. ā, R. ) ' born from or begotten by one's self ', a son, Nir. Mn. etc.

N. of the fifth lunar mansion, VarYogay.

( ā ), f. a daughter, MBh. R. etc.

' originating from intellect ', the reasoning faculty, L.



ātma-janman [ Atmajanman ]

n. the birth ( or re-birth ) of one's self, i.e. the birth of a son cf. Kum. vi, 28

( ā ), m. ( = -ja, m. ) a son cf. Ragh. i, 33 ; v, 36



ātma-jña [ AtmajJa ]

mfn. knowing one's self cf. MBh. xii, 12440

knowing the supreme spirit cf. Vedāntas



ātma-jñāna [ AtmajJAna ]

n. self-knowledge cf. MBh. v, 990 and 1167

knowledge of the soul or supreme spirit cf. Mn. xii, 85 and 92 cf. MBh. cf. Vedāntas



ātma-jyotis [ Atmajyotis ]

n. the light of the soul or supreme spirit cf. MBh. xii, 6509

( ātmá-jyotis ), mfn. receiving light from one's self cf. ŚBr. xiv cf. MBh. xii, 783



ātma-tattva [ Atmatattva ]

n. the true nature of the soul or of the supreme spirit cf. ŚvetUp.

( ātmatattva ) -jña mfn. knowing or versed in the Vedānta doctrines cf. L.



ātma-tantra [ Atmatantra ]

n. the basis of self cf. MBh. xiii, 4399

( mfn. ) depending only on one's self, independent cf. BhP. ( cf. sva- tantra. )



ātma-tā [ AtmatA ]

f. essence, nature cf. BhP.



ātma-tṛpta [ AtmatRpta ]

mfn. self-satisfied cf. Bhag. iii, 17



ātma-tyāga [ AtmatyAga ]

m. self-forgetfulness, absence of mind cf. Suśr.

suicide cf. Daś



ātma-tyāgin [ AtmatyAgin ]

mfn. committing suicide cf. Yājñ. iii, 6 [ ātmanas tyāgin cf. Mn. v, 89 ] cf. MBh. iii, 15156



ātma-trāṇa [ AtmatrANa ]

n. a means of saving one's self cf. BhP.

( ātmatrāṇa ) -parigraha m. a body guard cf. R. v, 47, 27



ātma-tva [ Atmatva ]

n. essence, nature cf. Sāh



ātma-dakṣiṇa [ AtmadakSiNa ]

mfn. ( a sacrifice ) in which one offers one's self as Dakshiṇā cf. TāṇḍyaBr.



ātma-darśa [ Atmadarza ]

m. ' self-shower ', a mirror cf. Ragh. vii, 65



ātma-darśana [ Atmadarzana ]

n. seeing the soul of or in ( in comp. ) cf. Yājñ. iii, 157 ( cf. Mn. xii, 91. )



ātma-dā' [ AtmadA ]

mfn. granting breath or life cf. RV. x, 121, 2



ātma-dāna [ AtmadAna ]

n. gift of self, self-sacrifice cf. Kathās



ātma-dū'ṣi [ AtmadUSi ]

mfn. corrupting the soul cf. AV. xvi, 1, 3



ātma-devatā [ AtmadevatA ]

f. a tutelary deity cf. Hcat



ātma-drohin [ Atmadrohin ]

mfn. self-tormenting, fretful cf. L.



ātma-nitya [ Atmanitya ]

mfn. constantly in the heart, greatly endeared to one's self cf. MBh. i, 6080 [ = sva-vaśa cf. Comm. ]



ātma-nindā [ AtmanindA ]

f. self-reproach cf. MBh. ii, 1542



ātma-nivedana [ Atmanivedana ]

n. offering one's self to a deity cf. BhP.



ātma-niṣkráyaṇa [ AtmaniSkrayaNa ]

mfn. ransoming one's self cf. ŚBr. xi cf. KaushBr.



ātma-pa [ Atmapa ]

mfn. guarding one's self cf. BhP.



ātma-pakṣa [ AtmapakSa ]

m. one's own party cf. Hit.



ātma-pañcama [ AtmapaJcama ]

mfn. being one's self the fifth one with four others cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 5 cf. Pat. cf. Comm.



ātma-parājitá [ AtmaparAjita ]

mfn. one who has lost himself ( at play ) cf. AV. v, 18, 2



ātma-parityāga [ AtmaparityAga ]

m. self-sacrifice cf. Hit.



ātma-pāta [ AtmapAta ]

m. ' descent of the soul ', re-birth cf. BhP.



ātma-pūjā [ AtmapUjA ]

f. self-praise cf. MBh. ii, 1542 cf. Pañcat



ātma-prakāśa [ AtmaprakAza ]

mfn. self-shining, self-luminous cf. NṛsUp.

m. N. of a commentary on cf. VP.



ātma-pratikṛti [ AtmapratikRti ]

f. one's own reflection or image cf. MBh. v, 2222 cf. BhavP. ii



ātma-prabodha [ Atmaprabodha ]

m. ' cognition of soul or supreme spirit ', N. of an Upanishad



ātma-prabha [ Atmaprabha ]

mfn. shining by one's own light, self- illuminated cf. MBh. ( Nala )



ātma-prayojana [ Atmaprayojana ]

mfn. selfish cf. Āp.



ātma-pravāda [ AtmapravAda ]

m. ' dogmas about the soul or supreme spirit ', N. of the seventh of the fourteen Pūrvas or most ancient sacred writings of the Jainas

( ās ), m. pl. ' those who assert the dogmas about the supreme spirit ', N. of a philosophical school cf. Nir. xiii, 9



ātma-praśaṃsaka [ AtmaprazaMsaka ]

mfn. self-praising, boasting cf. MBh. xii, 5400



ātma-praśaṃsā [ AtmaprazaMsA ]

f. self-applause cf. Āp. cf. R.



ātma-praśaṃsin [ AtmaprazaMsin ]

mfn. = -praśaṃsaka, q.v. cf. R.



ātma-prīti [ AtmaprIti ]

f. strong desire to enjoy anything cf. Pāṇ. 7-1, 51



ātma-bandhu [ Atmabandhu ]

m. ' one's own kinsman ', a first cousin or father's sister's son, mother's brother's son, mother's sister's son cf. L.



ātma-buddhi [ Atmabuddhi ]

f. self-knowledge cf. L.



ātma-bodha [ Atmabodha ]

m. ' knowledge of soul or supreme spirit ', N. of wk. of Śaṅkarācārya

of one of the Upanishads of the Atharva-veda

the possession of a knowledge of soul or the supreme spirit



ātma-bhava [ Atmabhava ]

m. becoming or existing of one's self

' mind-born ', N. of Kāma cf. Mcar.

( mfn. ) produced in or caused by one's self cf. R. ii, 64, 69



ātma-bhavāyana [ AtmabhavAyana ]

m. N. of Nārāyaṇa cf. Hariv. 8819 and 12608



ātma-bhāva [ AtmabhAva ]

m. existence of the soul cf. ŚvetUp.

the self, proper or peculiar nature cf. Buddh.

the body cf. ib.



ātma-bhū [ AtmabhU ]

m. ' self-born ', N. of Brahmā cf. Śak. cf. Kum. ii, 53

of Viṣṇu cf. Ragh. x, 21

of Śiva cf. Śak

a Brahman cf. Bhām.

' mind-born ', N. of Kāma cf. BhP.



ātma-bhūta [ AtmabhUta ]

mfn. ' become another's self ', attached to, faithful cf. Mn. vii, 217 cf. R. vii, 83, 5



ātma-bhūya [ AtmabhUya ]

n. peculiarity, own nature cf. AitUp.



ātma-maya [ Atmamaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. issued out from one's own self cf. Nir. vi, 12



ātma-māna [ AtmamAna ]

n. the regarding one's self as ( e.g. learned etc. ) cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 83



ātma-mūrti [ AtmamUrti ]

mfn. one whose body is the soul cf. RāmatUp.



ātma-mūlī [ AtmamUlI ]

f. ' striking root in self, self-existent ', the plant Alhagi Maurorum cf. L.



ātma-m-bhari [ Atmambhari ]

mfn. self-nourishing, taking care only for one's own person, selfish cf. Pañcat. cf. Hit.

°ri-tva n. selfishness cf. Kathās



ātma-yājín [ AtmayAjin ]

mfn. sacrificing for one's self cf. ŚBr. xi

one who sacrifices himself cf. Mn. xii, 91



ātma-yoga [ Atmayoga ]

m. union with the supreme spirit cf. MBh. iii, 11245



ātma-yoni [ Atmayoni ]

m. ( = -bhū, q.v. ) a N. of Brahmā cf. ŚvetUp.

of Śiva cf. L.

of Viṣṇu cf. Mudr

of Kāma cf. Kum. iii, 70



ātma-rakṣaka [ AtmarakSaka ]

mfn. ' body guard ', protector cf. Jain. [ Prākṛt āya-rakkhaya ]



ātma-rakṣaṇa [ AtmarakSaNa ]

n. taking care of one's self cf. MBh. xii, 5092



ātma-rakṣā [ AtmarakSA ]

f. the plant Trichosanthes Bracteata ( a creeper with poisonous fruit ) cf. L.



ātma-rati [ Atmarati ]

mfn. rejoicing in the supreme spirit cf. NṛsUp.



ātma-ruha [ Atmaruha ]

mfn. growing on itself cf. MBh. xi, 556 ( ed. Calc. )



ātma-lābha [ AtmalAbha ]

m. one's own profit cf. Kāvyâd

acquisition ( of the knowledge ) of the supreme spirit cf. Āp.

coming into existence cf. Comm. on cf. Nyāyad

birth cf. Kād



ātma-vañcaka [ AtmavaJcaka ]

mfn. deceiving one's self cf. BhP.



ātma-vañcanā [ AtmavaJcanA ]

f. self-delusion



ātma-vat [ Atmavat ]

mfn. having a soul cf. NṛsUp.

self-possessed, composed, prudent cf. Mn. cf. Yājñ. cf. MBh. etc.

ind. like one's self cf. Hit.

( ātmavat ) -tā f. self-possession, self-regard, prudence cf. Mn. xi, 86 cf. Ragh. viii, 83

self-resemblance, proportion, analogy cf. L.



ātma-vadha [ Atmavadha ]

m. suicide cf. MBh. i, 6228



ātma-vadhyā [ AtmavadhyA ]

f. id. cf. ib. 6227



ātma-vaśa [ Atmavaza ]

mfn. dependent on one's own will cf. Mn. iv, 159 seq.



ātma-vikraya [ Atmavikraya ]

m. sale of one's self, i.e. of one's liberty cf. Mn. xi, 59



ātma-víd [ Atmavid ]

mfn. knowing the nature of the soul or supreme spirit cf. ŚBr. xiv cf. Up. cf. MBh.

( ātmavit ) -tā f. = ātma-vidyā' below cf. Ragh. viii , 10



ātma-vidyā' [ AtmavidyA ]

f. knowledge of soul or the supreme spirit cf. ŚBr. x cf. Mn. vii, 43



ātma-vidhitsā [ AtmavidhitsA ]

f. selfishness cf. MBh. v, 1343



ātma-vivṛddhi [ AtmavivRddhi ]

f. self-advantage cf. L.



ātma-vīra [ AtmavIra ]

m. ( = bala-vat ) a mighty man cf. L.

( = prâṇa-vat ) a living being cf. L.

a son cf. L.

a wife's brother cf. L.

the jester in a play cf. L.



ātma-vṛttânta [ AtmavRttAnta ]

m. one's own story, autobiography cf. L.



ātma-vṛtti [ AtmavRtti ]

f. one's own circumstances cf. Ragh. ii, 33



ātma-vṛddhi [ AtmavRddhi ]

f. = vivṛddhi, q.v.



ātma-śakti [ Atmazakti ]

f. one's own power or effort cf. Pañcat. ( cf. Hit. )



ātma-śalyā [ AtmazalyA ]

f. the plant Asparagus Racemosus Willd. cf. L.



ātma-śuddhi [ Atmazuddhi ]

f. self-purification cf. Mn. xi, 164 cf. Bhag. v, 11



ātma-ślāgha [ AtmazlAgha ]

mfn. self-praising, boasting cf. Veṇis

( ā ), f. an- neg. in comp. with -kara mfn. ' not boasting ' cf. Sāh



ātma-ślāghin [ AtmazlAghin ]

mfn. self-praising cf. BhP.



ātma-saṃyama [ AtmasaMyama ]

m. self-restraint cf. Bhag. iv, 27



ātma-saṃstha [ AtmasaMstha ]

mf ( ā ) n. based on or connected with the person cf. Mālav



ātma-sád [ Atmasad ]

mfn. dwelling in ( my- ) self cf. AV. v, 9, 8



ātma-sáni [ Atmasani ]

mfn. granting the breath of life cf. VS. xix, 48



ātma-saṃtāna [ AtmasaMtAna ]

m. ' one's own offspring ', a son cf. Mn. iii, 185



ātma-saṃdeha [ AtmasaMdeha ]

m. personal risk cf. Hit.



ātma-sama [ Atmasama ]

m. equal to one's self

( ātmasama ) -tāṃ√ nī, to render any one ( acc. ) equal to one's self, Ratnāv



ātma-samarpaṇa [ AtmasamarpaNa ]

n. = -nivedana above cf. BhP.



ātma-sambhava [ Atmasambhava ]

m. ( = -ja ) a son cf. MBh. i, 6651 cf. R. cf. Ragh

N. of Kāma cf. Kād

( ā ), f. a daughter cf. R.



ātma-sambhāvanā [ AtmasambhAvanA ]

f. self-conceit cf. Kād



ātma-sammita [ Atmasammita ]

( ātmá- ), mfn. corresponding to the person cf. ŚBr. vi-x

resembling the soul or supreme spirit cf. ChUp.



ātma-sācín [ AtmasAcin ]

m. one's own companion cf. Suparṇ



ātma-sāt [ AtmasAt ]

ind. with √ 1. kṛ ( ind. p. -kṛtvā ) to place upon one's self cf. Yājñ. iii, 54

-karoti ( ind. p. -kṛtvā cf. MBh. iii, 493 and 496

-kṛtya cf. BhP. ) to make one's own, attract, turn to one's self, acquire or gain for one's self

to cause to become one with the supreme spirit cf. NṛsUp.



ātma-sukha [ Atmasukha ]

m. N. of a man



ātma-stava [ Atmastava ]

m. self-praise cf. R. iii, 35, 22



ātma-stuti [ Atmastuti ]

f. id. ( cf. stutīr [ acc. pl. ] ātmanaḥ cf. Rājat. )



ātma-spáraṇa [ AtmasparaNa ]

mfn. saving the person cf. TS. vi cf. TBr. ii



ātma-hatyā [ AtmahatyA ]

f. suicide cf. Prab



ātma-han [ Atmahan ]

mfn. one who kills his soul, i.e. does not care about the welfare of his soul, äśaUp. cf. BhP.

( ā ), m. a suicide cf. MBh. i, 6839

a priest in a temple attendant upon an idol ( the priest subsisting by appropriating to himself offerings to deities for which future punishment is assigned ) cf. L.



ātma-hanana [ Atmahanana ]

n. suicide cf. L.



ātma-hita [ Atmahita ]

mfn. beneficial to one's self

( am ), n. one's own profit cf. L.



ātma-hitāyana [ AtmahitAyana ]

m. = -bhavāyana, q.v. cf. Hariv. 12608



ātmâdiṣṭa [ AtmAdiSTa ]

m. ' self-dictated ', a treaty dictated by the party wishing it himself cf. L.



ātmâdhika [ AtmAdhika ]

mf ( ā ) n. ' more than one's self ', dearer than one's self. cf. Kathās



ātmâdhīna [ AtmAdhIna ]

mfn. depending on one's own will cf. Āp. cf. Śārṅg

one whose existence depends on the breath or on the principle of animal life, sentient cf. L.

m. a son cf. L.

a wife's brother cf. L. : the jester in a play cf. L. ( cf. ātma-vīra and ātmanīna. )



ātmânanda [ AtmAnanda ]

mfn. rejoicing in the soul or supreme spirit cf. NṛsUp.



ātmânapekṣa [ AtmAnapekSa ]

mfn. not regarding one's self, not selfish cf. Kathās



ātmâparādha [ AtmAparAdha ]

m. one's own offence, personal transgression cf. R. v, 79, 5 cf. Hit.



ātmâpahāra [ AtmApahAra ]

m. ' taking away self ', concealing of self, dissimulation, apa-hāra

-ka mfn. self-concealing, dissembling, pretending to belong to a higher class than one's own cf. Mn. iv, 255



ātmâpahārin [ AtmApahArin ]

mfn. self-deceiving, self-concealing, dissembling cf. MBh. i, 3014 ( = v, 1611 )



ātmâbhimāni-tā [ AtmAbhimAnitA ]

f. self-respect cf. MBh. iii, 17379



ātmâbhilāṣa [ AtmAbhilASa ]

m. the soul's desire cf. Megh



ātmâmiṣa [ AtmAmiSa ]

m. a peace made after having sacrificed one's own army cf. Kām



ātmârāma [ AtmArAma ]

mfn. rejoicing in one's self or in the supreme spirit cf. BhP. etc.



ātmârtham [ AtmArtham ]

ind. for the sake of one's self cf. Kathās



ātmârthe [ AtmArthe ]

ind. id. cf. MBh.



ātmâśin [ AtmAzin ]

m. ' self-eater ', a fish ( supposed to eat its young ) cf. L.



ātmâśraya [ AtmAzraya ]

m. dependence, on self or on the supreme spirit

ātmâśrayôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad



ātmêśvara [ Atmezvara ]

m. master of one's self cf. Kum. iii, 40



ātmôdaya [ Atmodaya ]

m. self-advantage or elevation cf. L.



ātmôdbhava [ Atmodbhava ]

m. ( = ātma-sambhava ) a son cf. Ragh. xviii, 11

( ā ), f. a daughter cf. L.

the plant Glycine Debilis Roxb. cf. L.



ātmôpajīvin [ AtmopajIvin ]

mfn. living by one's own labour cf. Mn. vii, 138 ; viii, 362 [ ' one who lives by his wife ' cf. Comm. ] cf. Gaut



ātmôpaniṣad [ AtmopaniSad ]

f. N. of an Upanishad



ātmôpama [ Atmopama ]

mfn. like one's self



ātmaˆupamya [ Atmaupamya ]

n. ' likeness to self ', instr. °myena, by analogy to one's self cf. Hit.