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अद्य

adya [ adya ]


1 mfn. fit or proper to be eaten

( am ), ifc. ( cf. annádya, havir adya ), n. food




अद्य
 a-dyá [ adya ]

2 ( Ved. adyā' ), ind. ( fr. pronom. base a, this , with dya for dyu, q.v., Lat. ho-dic ), to-day

now-a-days

now



a-dyá-dina [ adyadina ]

or m. n. the present day



a-dyá-divasa [ adyadivasa ]

m. n. the present day



a-dyá-pūrvam [ adyapUrvam ]

ind. before now



a-dyá-prabhṛti [ adyaprabhRti ]

ind. from and after to-day



a-dyá-śva [ adyazva ]

mfn. comprising the present and the following day PBr.



a-dyá-śvīna [ adyazvIna ]

mfn. likely to happen to-day or ( śvas ) to-morrow Pāṇ. 5-2, 13, ( ā ), f. a female near delivery ib.



a-dyá-sutyā' [ adyasutyA ]

f. preparation and consecration cf. the Soma on the same day ŚBr. etc.



adyâpi [ adyApi ]

ind. even now, just now

to this day

down to the present time

henceforth



adyâvadhi [ adyAvadhi ]

mfn. beginning or ending to-day

from or till to-day



adyā-śvá [ adyAzva ]

n. the present and the following day TS.



adyaˆiva [ adyaiva ]

ind. this very day