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 ū'ṣa [ USa ]


m. ( √ uṣ, BRD.; √ ūṣ, T. ), salt ground, soil impregnated with saline particles, TS. AitBr. iv, 27, 9. ŚBr. Mn. v, 120. Suśr. etc. ( according to the Brāhmaṇas also ' cattle ' ).

a cleft, hole, L.

the cavity of the ear, L.

the Malaya mountain, L.

dawn, daybreak, L. ( in the latter sense also n., W. ).

( ā and ī ), f. soil impregnated with saline particles, sterile soil, KātyŚr. BhP.

( ā ), f., N. of a daughter of Bāṇa and wife of Aniruddha ( v.l. uṣā, q.v. ) .




ū'ṣa-puṭá [ USapuTa ]

m. a case of salt, pieces of salt put into a wrapper, MaitrS. ŚBr. KātyŚr.



ū'ṣa-vat [ USavat ]

mfn. containing salt, consisting of saline soil, L.



ū'ṣa-sikatá [ USasikata ]

n. granular salt, ŚBr. vi. MānGṛ.