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आत्मन् ātmán [ Atman ]
the soul, principle of life and sensation, RV. AV. etc.
the individual soul, self, abstract individual [ e.g. ātmán ( Ved. loc. ) dhatte, or karoti, ' he places in himself, ' makes his own, TS. v, ŚBr.; ātmanā akarot, ' he did it himself, ' Kād.; ātmanā vi-√ yuj, ' to lose one's life, ' Mn. vii, 46; ātman in the sg. is used as reflexive pronoun for all three persons and all three genders, e.g. ātmānaṃ sā hanti, ' she strikes herself '; putram ātmanaḥ spṛṣṭvā nipetatuḥ, ' they two having touched their son fell down, ' R. ii, 64, 28; see also below s.v. ātmanā ]
essence, nature, character, peculiarity ( often ifc., e.g. karmâ`tman, etc. ), RV. x, 97, 11, etc.
the person or whole body considered as one and opposed to the separate members of the body, VS. ŚBr.
the body, Ragh. i, 14, RāmatUp.
( ifc. ) ' the understanding, intellect, mind, ' see naṣṭâ`tman, mandâ`°
the highest personal principle of life, Brahma ( cf. paramâ`tman ), AV. x, 8, 44, VS. xxxii, 11, ŚBr. xiv, etc.
( = dhṛti ) firmness, L.
the sun, L.
a son, L.
[ Old Germ. ātum; Angl. Sax. oedhm; Mod. Germ. Athem, Odem; Gk. ἀϋτμήν, ἀτμός ( ? ). ]
ātmán-vát [ Atmanvat ]
mfn. animated, having a soul, RV. AV. TS.
ātmán-vín [ Atmanvin ]
mfn. id., ŚBr. x, xiv.