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अग्नि

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अग्नि
 agní [ agni ]


m. ( √ ag Uṇ. ) fire

sacrificial fire ( of three kinds, Gārhapatya, Āhavanīya, and Dakṣiṇa )

the number three, Sūryas

the god of fire

the fire of the stomach, digestive faculty, gastric fluid

bile, L.

gold, L.

N. of various plants Semicarpus Anacardium, Suśr., Plumbago Zeylanica and Rosea, Citrus Acida

mystical substitute for the letter r,

in the Kātantra grammar N. of noun-stems ending in i and u [ cf. Lat. ignì-s, Lith. ugni-s, Slav. ognj ].




agní-kaṇa [ agnikaNa ]

m. ' fire-particle ', a spark.



agní-karman [ agnikarman ]

n. ' fire-act ', piling up the wood etc., ŚBr.

action of Agni, Nir

cauterisation, Suśr.



agní-kalpa [ agnikalpa ]

( agní- ), mfn. having the nature of fire, ŚBr.



agní-kārikā [ agnikArikA ]

[ L. ], f. kindling or feeding the sacrificial fire with clarified butter etc.

the prayers said while doing so, Kathās., cauterization.



agní-kārya [ agnikArya ]

[ Mn. etc. ], n. kindling or feeding the sacrificial fire with clarified butter etc.

the prayers said while doing so, Kathās., cauterization.



agní-kāṣṭha [ agnikASTha ]

n. Agallochum, L.



agní-kukkuṭa [ agnikukkuTa ]

m. a lighted wisp of straw, firebrand, L.



agní-kuṇḍa [ agnikuNDa ]

n. a pan with live coals, R.

a hole or enclosed space for the consecrated fire, Kathās.



agní-kumāra [ agnikumAra ]

m. a particular preparation of various drugs

N. of a class of Bhavanavāsin deities, Jain.



agní-kṛta [ agnikRta ]

mfn. made by fire.



agní-ketu [ agniketu ]

( agní- ), mfn. having fire as an emblem or characteristic mark, ( Uṣas ) TS.

( us ), m. N. of a Rakṣas, R.



agní-koṇa [ agnikoNa ]

m. the south-east quarter, ruled over by Agni, L.



agní-krīḍā [ agnikrIDA ]

f. ' fire-sport ', fire-works, illuminations, etc.



agní-khadā [ agnikhadA ]

f. an infernal pan or stove, Kāraṇḍ.



agní-garbha [ agnigarbha ]

mf ( ā ) n. pregnant with fire, BṛĀrUp.

( as ) m. a gem supposed to contain and give out solar heat ( = sūrya-kānta ), L.

N. of a frothy substance on the sea, engendered by the submarine fire, L.

N. of a man

( ā ), f. the plant Mahājyotiṣmatī.



agní-gṛha [ agnigRha ]

n. house or place for keeping the sacred fire, MBh.

a room fitted with hot-baths, Car.



agní-grantha [ agnigrantha ]

m., N. of a work.



agní-ghaṭa [ agnighaTa ]

m., N. of a hell, Kāraṇḍ



agní-caya [ agnicaya ]

[ Śulb. ], m. arranging or preparing the sacred or sacrificial fire-place

agni-caya, a heap or mass of fire, R.



agní-cayana [ agnicayana ]

n. arranging or preparing the sacred or sacrificial fire-place



agní-citi [ agniciti ]

f. arranging or preparing the sacred or sacrificial fire-place



agní-cityā' [ agnicityA ]

[ ŚBr. ], f. arranging or preparing the sacred or sacrificial fire-place



agní-cít [ agnicit ]

mfn. arranging the sacrificial fire, or one who has arranged it, ŚBr. etc.; án- ( neg. ), ŚBr.



agní-cit-vat [ agnicitvat ]

mfn. possessing house-holders that have prepared a sacred fire-place, Pāṇ. viii-2, 10, Sch.



agní-já [ agnija ]

mfn. ' fire-born ', produced by or in fire, AV. MaitrS.

( as ), m., N. of Viṣṇu, Hariv.

of a frothy substance on the sea ( cf. -garbha ), L.



agní-janman [ agnijanman ]

m. ' fire-born ', Skanda, god of war.



agní-jāra [ agnijAra ]

m., N. of a frothy substance on the sea ( cf. -garbha and -já ) L.



agní-jāla [ agnijAla ]

m., N. of a frothy substance on the sea ( cf. -garbha and -já ) L.



agní-jihvá [ agnijihva ]

mfn. ' having Agni for tongue ', consuming the sacrifice through Agni, RV.

( ā' ), f. tongue or flame of fire, AV. MuṇḍUp.

the plant Methonica Superba ( Lāṅgalī ).



agní-jvalita-tejana [ agnijvalitatejana ]

mfn. having a point hardened in fire, Mn. vii , 90.



agní-jvāla [ agnijvAla ]

m., N. of Śiva

( ā ), f. flame of fire

a plant with red blossoms, used by dyers, Grislea Tomentosa

Jalapippalī.



agní-táp [ agnitap ]

mfn. enjoying the warmth of fire, RV. v, 61, 4



agní-tápas [ agnitapas ]

mfn. hot as fire, glowing, RV. x, 68, 6



agní-taptá [ agnitapta ]

mfn. fire-heated, glowing, RV. vii, 104, 5



agní-tā [ agnitA ]

( agní- ), f. the state of fire, ŚBr.



agní-tejas [ agnitejas ]

( agní- ), mfn. having the energy of fire or of Agni, AV.

( ās ), m. one of the seven Ṛṣis of the eleventh Manvantara, Hariv.



agní-traya [ agnitraya ]

n. the three sacred fires, called respectively Gārhapatya, Āhavanīya, and Dakṣiṇa.



agní-tretā [ agnitretA ]

[ Mn. MBh. ], f. the three sacred fires, called respectively Gārhapatya, Āhavanīya, and Dakṣiṇa.



agní-trā [ agnitrA ]



agní-da [ agnida ]

m. ' fire-giver ', incendiary, Mn. Yājñ.

stomachic.



agní-dagdha [ agnidagdha ]

1. ( agní- ), mfn. burnt with fire RV. x, 103, additional verses, ŚBr.

cauterised, Suśr.

( am ), n. a cautery.



agní-dagdhá [ agnidagdha ]

2. mfn. burnt on a funeral pile, RV. x, 15, 14, TBr.

( ās ), m. pl. a class of Pitṛs who, when on earth, maintained a sacred fire, Mn. iii, 199.



agní-datta [ agnidatta ]

m., N. of a prince

of a Brahman, Kathās.



agní-damanī [ agnidamanI ]

f. a narcotic plant, Solanum Jacquini.



agní-dāyaka [ agnidAyaka ]

m. = -da, q.v.



agní-dāha [ agnidAha ]

m. a particular disease

a fiery glow ( in the sky ), Hariv.



agní-diś [ agnidiz ]

f. Agni's quarter, the south-east.



agní-dīpana [ agnidIpana ]

mf ( ī ) n. stomachic, Suśr.



agní-dīpta [ agnidIpta ]

mfn. blazing, glowing

( ā ), f. the plant Mahājyotiṣmatī.



agní-dīpti [ agnidIpti ]

f. active state of digestion, Suśr.



agní-dūta [ agnidUta ]

( agní- ), mfn. having Agni for a messenger, brought by Agni, RV. x, 14, 13, AV.



agní-dūṣita [ agnidUSita ]

mfn. ' fire-marked ', branded.



agní-deva [ agnideva ]

m. Agni, ( ā ), f. = - nakṣatrá, q.v., L.



agní-devata [ agnidevata ]

( agní- ), mfn. having Agni for deity, ŚBr.



agní-daivata [ agnidaivata ]

n. = -nakṣatrá, q.v., VarBṛS.



agní-dh [ agnidh ]

( agní-dh, dh for ídh, cf. agnî'dh ), m. the priest who kindles the sacred fire, RV. ii 1, 2, x, 41, 3, 91, 10.



agní-dhā'na [ agnidhAna ]

n. receptacle for the sacred fire, RV. x, 165, 3, AV.



agní-nakṣatrá [ agninakSatra ]

n. the third lunar mansion, the Pleiades, ( Kṛttikā ) ŚBr.



agní-nayana [ agninayana ]

n. the act of bringing out the sacrificial fire.



agní-niryāsa [ agniniryAsa ]

m. = -jāra.



agní-nunna [ agninunna ]

( agní- ), mfn. struck by fire or lightning, SV.



agní-netra [ agninetra ]

( agní- ), mfn. having Agni for a guide, VS.



agní-pakva [ agnipakva ]

mfn. cooked on the fire, Mn.



agní-pada [ agnipada ]

m. ' whose foot has stepped on the sacrificial fire-place '

N. of a horse, Lāṭy. Vait



agní-parikriyā [ agniparikriyA ]

f. care of the sacred fire, Mn. ii, 67.



agní-paricchada [ agniparicchada ]

m. the whole apparatus of a fire-sacrifice, Mn. vi, 4.



agní-paridhāna [ agniparidhAna ]

n. enclosing the sacrificial fire with a kind of screen.



agní-parikṣā [ agniparikSA ]

f. ordeal by fire.



agní-parvata [ agniparvata ]

m. ' fire-mountain ', a volcano, R.



agní-puccha [ agnipuccha ]

n. tail or extreme point of a sacrificial fire ( arranged in the shape of a bird ), ĀśvŚr.



agní-purā' [ agnipurA ]

f. the castle of Agni, ŚBr.



agní-purāṇa [ agnipurANa ]

n., N. of a Purāṇa.



agní-purogama [ agnipurogama ]

mfn. having Agni for a leader.



agní-praṇayana [ agnipraNayana ]

n. = -nayana, q.v.



agní-praṇayanīya [ agnipraNayanIya ]

mfn. referring to the -praṇayana



agní-pratiṣṭhā [ agnipratiSThA ]

f. consecration of fire, especially of the nuptial fire.



agní-prabhā [ agniprabhA ]

f. a venomous insect, Suśr.



agní-praveśa [ agnipraveza ]

m. entering the fire

self immolation of a widow on her husband's funeral pile.



agní-praveśana [ agnipravezana ]

n. entering the fire

self immolation of a widow on her husband's funeral pile.



agní-prastara [ agniprastara ]

m. a fire-producing stone

flint, L.



agní-prāyaścitta [ agniprAyazcitta ]

n. an expiatory act during the preparation of the sacrificial fire.



agní-prāyaścittí [ agniprAyazcitti ]

[ ŚBr. ], f. an expiatory act during the preparation of the sacrificial fire.



agní-bāhu [ agnibAhu ]

m. smoke [ cf. -vāha ] L.

N. of a son of the first Manu, Hariv.

N. of a son of Priyavrata and Kāmyā, VP.



agní-bīja [ agnibIja ]

n. gold, L.

N. of the letter r, RāmatUp.



agní-bha [ agnibha ]

n. ' shining like fire ', gold, L.



agní-bhu [ agnibhu ]

n. ' fire produced ', water, L.



agní-bhū [ agnibhU ]

m. Skanda, L.

N. of a Vedic teacher, with the patron. Kāśyapa, VBr.

( in arithm. ) six.



agní-bhūti [ agnibhUti ]

m. N. of one of the eleven chief pupils ( gaṇadharas ) of the last Tirthakara.



agní-bhrājas [ agnibhrAjas ]

( agní- ), mfn. possessing fiery splendour, RV. v, 54, 11



agní-maṇi [ agnimaNi ]

m. the sun-stone ( = surya-kānta ).



agní-mát [ agnimat ]

mfn. being near the fire, AV. ( RV. has vát )

having or maintaining a sacrificial fire, Mn. etc.

having a good digestion, Suśr.



agní-mantha [ agnimantha ]

mfn. producing fire by friction

( as ), m. Premna Spinosa, Suśr.



agní-manthana [ agnimanthana ]

n. production of fire by friction, ĀśvŚr.



agní-manthanīya [ agnimanthanIya ]

mfn. relating to such friction, ib.



agní-máya [ agnimaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. fiery, ŚBr. AitBr.



agní-māṭhara [ agnimAThara ]

m., N. of an expounder of the Ṛg-veda, VP.



agní-māndya [ agnimAndya ]

n. slowness of digestion, dyspepsia.



agní-māruti [ agnimAruti ]

m., N. of Agastya, L.

cf. āgnimāruta



agní-mitra [ agnimitra ]

m., N. of a prince of the Suṅga dynasty, son of Puṣyamitra, VP.



agní-m-indhá [ agnimindha ]

( agnim-indhá ), m. the priest who kindles the fire, RV. i, 162, 5.



agní-mukha [ agnimukha ]

( agni- ), mfn. having Agni for the mouth, ŚBr.

( as ), m. a deity, a Brāhmaṇa, a tonic medicine, L.

Semicarpus Anacardium

Plumbago Zeylanica, L.

N. of a bug, Pañcat.

( ī ), f. Semicarpus Anacardium

Gloriosa ( or Methonica ) Superba.



agní-mūḍha [ agnimUDha ]

( agní- ), mfn. made insane by Agni, RV. x, 103 , additional verses, AV.



agní-yuta [ agniyuta ]

m., N. of the author of the hymn x, 116 in the Ṛg-veda.



agní-yojana [ agniyojana ]

n. the act of stirring the sacrificial fire ( to make it blaze up ).



agní-rakṣaṇa [ agnirakSaNa ]

n. maintenance of the sacred domestic fire.



agní-raja [ agniraja ]

m. a scarlet insect, L.



agní-rajas [ agnirajas ]

m. a scarlet insect, L.



agní-rahasya [ agnirahasya ]

n. ' mystery of Agni ', title of the tenth book of the Śatapatha-Brāhmaṇa.



agní-rājan [ agnirAjan ]

mfn. pl. ' having Agni as king ', N. of the Vasus, ŚāṅkhŚr.



agní-rā'śi [ agnirAzi ]

m. a heap or mass of fire, a burning pile.



agní-ruhā [ agniruhA ]

f. the plant Māṃsarohiṇī.



agní-rūpa [ agnirUpa ]

( agní- ), mfn. fire-shaped, RV. x, 84, 1

( agni-rū'pa ), n. a shape of fire, ŚBr.



agní-retasá [ agniretasa ]

mfn. sprung from Agni's seed, ŚBr.



agní-rohiṇī [ agnirohiNI ]

f. a hard inflammatory swelling in the arm-pit, Suśr.



agní-loka [ agniloka ]

m. the world of Agni, KauṣUp.



agní-vát [ agnivat ]

mfn. being near the fire, RV. vii, 104, 2 ( = -mát, q.v. )

' joined to ( another ) fire ', N. of Agni TS.



agní-varcas [ agnivarcas ]

m., N. of a teacher of the Purāṇas, VP.



agní-varṇa [ agnivarNa ]

mf ( ā ) n. having the colour of fire

hot, fiery ( said of liquors ), Mn. xi, 90 and 91

( as ), m., N. of a prince, son of Sudarśana.



agní-vardhaka [ agnivardhaka ]

mfn. promoting digestion, stomachic.



agní-vardhana [ agnivardhana ]

mfn. promoting digestion, stomachic.



agní-vallabha [ agnivallabha ]

m. the tree Shorea Robusta

its resinous juice.



agní-vāṇa [ agnivANa ]

m. a fiery arrow.



agní-vādin [ agnivAdin ]

m. ' fire-asserter ', worshipper of fire.



agní-vārtta [ agnivArtta ]

mfn. gaining a livelihood by fire [ as a blacksmith etc. ], VarBṛS.



agní-vāsas [ agnivAsas ]

( agní- ), mfn. wearing a fiery or red garment, AV.



agní-vāha [ agnivAha ]

m. the vehicle of fire, i.e. smoke, L.



agní-vidhā' [ agnividhA ]

f. manner or fashion of fire, ŚBr.



agní-vimocana [ agnivimocana ]

n. the act of lowering the sacrificial fire ( by spreading it out ).



agní-visarpa [ agnivisarpa ]

m. spread of inflammation ( in a tumour ).



agní-viharaṇa [ agniviharaNa ]

n. removing the sacrificial fire from the Āgnīdhra to the Sadas Maṇḍapa.



agní-vīrya [ agnivIrya ]

n. gold, L.



agní-vṛddhi [ agnivRddhi ]

f. improvement of digestion.



agní-vetāla [ agnivetAla ]

m., N. of a Vetāla ( connected with the story of king Vikramāditya ).



agní-velā [ agnivelA ]

f. the time at which the fire is kindled, afternoon, ĀśvGṛ.



agní-veśa [ agniveza ]

m., N. of an ancient medical authority

also of other persons.



agní-veśman [ agnivezman ]

m. the fourteenth day of the Karma-māsa, Sūryapr.



agní-veśya [ agnivezya ]

m., N. of a teacher,, MBh.

N. of the 22nd muhūrta, Sūryapr.



agní-śaraṇa [ agnizaraNa ]

[ AV. ], n. house or place for keeping the sacrificial fire.



agní-śā'la [ agnizAla ]

[ AV. ], n. house or place for keeping the sacrificial fire.



agní-śālā [ agnizAlA ]

f. house or place for keeping the sacrificial fire.



agní-śarman [ agnizarman ]

m., N. of a man.



agní-śikha [ agnizikha ]

mfn. having a point like fire ( an arrow ), R.

( as ), m. an arrow

a lamp

a safflower plant, L.

saffron, L.

N. of Vararuci's father, Kathās.

of a Vetāla, Kathās.

( am ), n. saffron, L.

gold, L.



agní-śikhā [ agnizikhA ]

f. a flame, ŚBr. etc.

the plants Gloriosa Superba and Menispermum Cordifolium.



agní-śuśrūṣā [ agnizuzrUSA ]

f. attention to the sacrificial fire, Mn. ii, 248.



agní-śekhara [ agnizekhara ]

n. saffron.



agní-śeṣa [ agnizeSa ]

m. appendix to the chapter on Agni in the Taittirīya-Saṃhitā



agní-śrī' [ agnizrI ]

m (nom. pl. -śríyas ) m. having the brightness of Agni, RV. iii, 26, 5 [ ' approaching the fire ( of lightning ) ', Sāy. ].



agní-śroṇi [ agnizroNi ]

f. leg of the sacrificial altar, KātyŚr.



agní-ṣṭút [ agniSTut ]

m. ' laudatory of Agni ', the first day of the Agniṣṭoma sacrifice, one day of the Sattra Pañcadaśarātra ŚBr. etc.

N. of a son of the sixth Manu, Cākṣuṣa ( by Naḍvalā ), VP.

Hariv. [ v.l. -ṣṭubh ].



agní-ṣṭomá [ agniSToma ]

m. ' praise of Agni ', N. of a protracted ceremony or sacrifice ( forming one of the chief modifications, [ saṃsthās ] of the Jyotiṣṭoma offered by one who is desirous of obtaining heaven ; the performer is a Brahman who maintains the sacred fire, the offering is the Soma, the deities to whom the offering is made are Indra etc., the number of priests required is 16, the ceremonies continue for five days )

a mantra or kalpa connected with the Agniṣṭoma, L.

( agni-ṣṭoma ) -yājin mfn. one who has performed the Agniṣṭoma

-sád mfn. performing the Agniṣṭoma

-sádya n. the performance of Agniṣṭoma, ŚBr.

-sāmá m. and -sāmán n. the passage of the Sāma-veda chanted at the Agniṣṭoma

-hotra n. title of a Vedic text.



agní-ṣṭhá [ agniSTha ]

mfn. placed in, or over, or near the fire

( as ), m. a pan, fire-pan, R. [ cf. -ṣṭhikā ]

a vehicle carrying the fire, ĀpŚr.

( in the Aśvamedha sacrifice ) the eleventh Yūpa or sacrificial post which ( of all the twenty-one ) is nearest the fire, ŚBr.

( ā' ), f. that corner of the sacrificial post which ( of all the eight ) is nearest the fire, ŚBr.



agní-ṣṭhikā [ agniSThikA ]

f. a fire-pan [ cf. -ṣṭha ].



agní-ṣvāttá [ agniSvAtta ]

[ in Epic and later texts -svātta ], ās, m. pl. ' tasted by the funeral fire ', the Manes, RV. x, 15, 11, VS. ŚBr.

in later texts N. of a class of Manes ( who on earth neglected the sacrificial fire ), MBh. etc.



agní-saṃskāra [ agnisaMskAra ]

m. the consecration of fire

performance of any rite in which the application of fire is essential, as the burning of a dead body, Mn. Ragh.



agní-sakha [ agnisakha ]

m. ' friend of fire ', the wind, L.



agní-saṃkāśa [ agnisaMkAza ]

( agní- ), mfn. resplendent like fire, ŚBr.



agní-sajjā [ agnisajjA ]

f. ? indigestion, Suśr.



agní-saṃcaya [ agnisaMcaya ]

m. preparing the sacrificial fire-place

see -cayana.



agní-sambhava [ agnisambhava ]

mfn. produced from fire

( as ), m. wild safflower, L.

= -jāra

' the result of digestion, ' chyme or chyle, L.



agní-saras [ agnisaras ]

n., N. of a Tirtha, VārP.



agní-savá [ agnisava ]

m. consecration of the fire, TS. ŚBr.



agní-sahāya [ agnisahAya ]

m. ' friend of fire ', the wind

a wild pigeon, L.



agní-sākṣika [ agnisAkSika ]

mfn. taking Agni or the domestic or nuptial fire for a witness, R. etc.



agní-sākṣika-maryāda [ agnisAkSikamaryAda ]

mfn. one who taking Agni for a witness gives a solemn promise of conjugal fidelity.



agní-sāda [ agnisAda ]

m. weakness of digestion, Suśr.



agní-sāra [ agnisAra ]

n. a medicine for the eyes, a collyrium, L.



agní-sāvarṇi [ agnisAvarNi ]

m., N. of a Manu, L.



agní-siṃha [ agnisiMha ]

m., N. of the father of the seventh black Vāsudeva, Jain.



agní-sūtra [ agnisUtra ]

n. thread of fire

a girdle of sacrificial grass put upon a young Brāhman at his investiture, L.



agní-stambha [ agnistambha ]

m. the ( magical ) quenching of fire.



agní-stambhana [ agnistambhana ]

n. the ( magical ) quenching of fire.



agní-stoka [ agnistoka ]

m. a particle of fire, spark.



agní-svātta [ agnisvAtta ]

See -ṣvāttá.



agní-havana [ agnihavana ]

n. a sacrificial libation, Gaut.



agní-hút [ agnihut ]

[ VS. ] mfn. sacrificed by fire.



agní-huta [ agnihuta ]

mfn. sacrificed by fire.



agní-hotṛ [ agnihotR ]

( agní ), m. having Agni for a priest, RV. x, 66 , 8. 1



agní-hotra [ agnihotra ]

1. ( agní- ), mfn. sacrificing to Agni, AV. vi, 97 , 1

( ī' ) f. the cow destined for the Agnihotra, ŚBr. AitBr.

( agni, hotri ) -vatsá m. her calf, ŚBr.



agní-hotrá [ agnihotra ]

2. n. AV. etc. oblation to Agni ( chiefly of milk, oil , and sour gruel ; there are two kinds of Agnihotra, one is nitya i.e. of constant obligation, the other kāmya, i.e. optional )

the sacred fire, Mn. Yājñ. etc.

( agnihotra ) -devatā f. the deity of the Agnihotra

tvá n. the state of the Agnihotra, MaitrS.

-sthālī' f. a pot used at the Agnihotra, ŚBr.

-hávanī f. a spoon used at the Agnihotra, ŚBr. ĀśvGṛ.

-hút, offering the Agnihotra, AV.

-homa m. a libation at the Agnihotra, KātyŚr.

agnihotrāyaṇin mfn. one who offers only the Agnihotra, KātyŚr.

agnihotrâvṛt f. ( āvṛt ) the mere Agnihotra without recitation of Vedic formulas, KātyŚr.

agnihotrâ`hutí [ ŚBr., cf. āhuti ] and agnihotrêṣṭi [ KātyŚr., cf. iṣṭi ], f. a libation or offering at the Agnihotra

agnihotrôcchiṣṭá [ ŚBr. ] and agnihotrôccheṣaṇá [ TS. ], n. the remains of the Agnihotra.



agní-hotrín [ agnihotrin ]

mfn. practising the Agnihotra, maintaining the sacrificial fire, ŚBr. etc.



agní-homa [ agnihoma ]

m. oblation put into the fire, KātyŚr.



agní-hvará [ agnihvara ]

mfn. ? making a mistake in the fire-ceremonial, MaitrS.



agnî'dh [ agnIdh ]

m. the priest who kindles the fire, VS. ŚBr. AitBr. [ cf. agnidh ]



agnîdhra [ agnIdhra ]

m. ( = agni-bāhu ), N. of two men.



agnîndraú [ agnIndrau ]

m. du. Agni and Indra, VS.



agnîndhana [ agnIndhana ]

n. kindling or feeding the fire, Mn. etc.



agnī-parjanyau [ agnIparjanyau ]

Voc. m. du. Agni and Parjanya, RV. vi, 52, 16.



agnī-váruṇau [ agnIvaruNau ]

m. du. Agni and Varuṇa, ŚBr.



agnī-ṣómā [ agnISomA ]

m. du. Agni and Soma, RV. AV. VS.

( agnīṣoma ) -praṇayana n. bringing out the fire and the Soma, a ceremony in the Jyotiṣṭoma sacrifice.



agnī'-ṣómau [ agnISomau ]

m. du. Agni and Soma, RV. AV. VS.

( agnīṣoma ) -praṇayana n. bringing out the fire and the Soma, a ceremony in the Jyotiṣṭoma sacrifice.



agnī'ṣomīya [ agnISomIya ]

mfn. related or sacred to Agni and Soma, AV. etc.

( agnīṣomīya ) -nirvāpa m. making libations with the cake sacred to Agni and Soma, a ceremony in the Darśapūrṇamāsa sacrifice

-paśu m. a victim, generally a sheep or goat, sacred to Agni and Soma

-paśv-anuṣṭhāna n. the rite connected with that victim at the Jyotiṣṭoma sacrifice

-puroḍāśa m. cake sacred to Agni and Soma ( baked in eleven bowls )

-yāga m. one of the three sacrifices of the Pūrṇamāsa

agnīṣomīyaˆikādaśa-kapāla m. cake sacred to Agni and Soma, see above.



agny-agārá [ agnyagAra ]

[ ŚBr. etc. ] m. house or place for keeping the sacred fire.



agny-āgāra [ agnyAgAra ]

m. house or place for keeping the sacred fire.



agny-abhāva [ agnyabhAva ]

m. absence or want of the sacred fire

loss of appetite.



agny-arcís [ agnyarcis ]

f. or n. flame, ŚBr.



agny-āgāra [ agnyAgAra ]

See agny-agārá.



agny-ātmaka [ agnyAtmaka ]

mf ( ikā ) n. having Agni's nature.



agny-ādhāna [ agnyAdhAna ]

[ KauṣBr. ], n. placing the fire on the sacrificial fire-place

the ceremony of preparing the three sacred fires Āhavanīya etc.

( agnyādheya ) -devatā f. the deity of the Agnyādheya ceremony, PārGṛ.

-rūpá n. form or shape of the Agnyādhāna or Agnyādheya ŚBr.

-śarkarā', ā's f. pl. ( figuratively ) bad performance of the Agnyādhāna or Agnyādheya ŚBr.

-havis n. an oblation at the Agnyādhāna or Agnyādheya ŚBr.



agny-ādheya [ agnyAdheya ]

[ AV. Mn. etc. ], n. placing the fire on the sacrificial fire-place

the ceremony of preparing the three sacred fires Āhavanīya etc.

( agnyādheya ) -devatā f. the deity of the Agnyādheya ceremony, PārGṛ.

-rūpá n. form or shape of the Agnyādhāna or Agnyādheya ŚBr.

-śarkarā', ā's f. pl. ( figuratively ) bad performance of the Agnyādhāna or Agnyādheya ŚBr.

-havis n. an oblation at the Agnyādhāna or Agnyādheya ŚBr.



agny-ālaya [ agnyAlaya ]

m. = agny-agārá.



agny-āhita [ agnyAhita ]

m. one who has performed the Agnyādhāna, R. etc.



agny-utpāta [ agnyutpAta ]

m. a fiery portent, Car.

a conflagration, PārGṛ.



agny-utsādin [ agnyutsAdin ]

mfn. one who lets the sacred fire go out.



agny-uddharaṇa [ agnyuddharaNa ]

n. taking the sacred fire from its usual place ( previous to a sacrifice ).



agny-upasthāná [ agnyupasthAna ]

n. worship of Agni at the conclusion of the Agnihotra, etc. ŚBr.



agny-edhá [ agnyedha ]

m. one who kindles the fire, VS.