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अहर्

अहर्
 áhar [ ahar ]


n. ( the weak cases come fr. áhan, q.v., the middle ones fr. áhas see below or in RV. also fr. áhan, q.v. ) a day RV. etc.

a sacrificial or festival day, portion of a sacrifice appointed for one day's performance AitBr. etc. ( often ifc., as dvādaśâhá , etc., s.v. 2. áha )

day personified as one of the eight Vasus MBh. i, 2582 seqq

N. of an Āṅgirasa, KāṭhAnukr.

of a Tirtha MBh. iii, 6070

( áhana ), nom. du. day and night RV. AV. xiii, 2, 3 ( cf. áhaś ca kṛṣṇám áhar árjunam ca, ' the black and the white day ', i.e. night and day RV. vi, 9, 1 )

tád áhar acc. ind. on that very day ŚBr.

yád áhar acc. ind. on which day ŚBr.




áhar-ahar [ aharahar ]

( áhar- ), ind. day by day, daily RV. etc.

( aharahah ) -karmán n. daily-work ŚBr. ix



áhar-āgama [ aharAgama ]

m. the approach of the day Bhag. viii, 18 seq.



áhar-ādi [ aharAdi ]

a gaṇa Comm. on Pāṇ. 8-2, 70



áhar-gaṇa [ ahargaNa ]

m. a series of sacrificial days KātyŚr. etc.

a series of days, Bhp. Jaim

any calculated term L.

a month L.



áhar-jaram [ aharjaram ]

ind. ' so that the days become old ', by and by MantraBr. TUp.



áhar-jāta [ aharjAta ]

( áhar. ), mfn. born in the day or from day, not belonging to night or to the spirits of darkness AV.



áhar-dala [ ahardala ]

n. midday Sūryas



áhar-divá [ ahardiva ]

( áhar- ), mfn. ( Pāṇ. 5-4, 77 ) daily VS. xxxviii, 12

( am ), ind. day by day Śiś. i, 51 Pāṇ. 5-4, 77 Sch.



áhar-divi [ ahardivi ]

( áhar- ), ind. day by day RV. ix, 86, 41 AV. v, 21, 6



áhar-dṛ'ś [ ahardRz ]

mfn. beholding the day, living RV. viii, 66, 10 ( Nir. vi, 26 )



áhar-niśa [ aharniza ]

n. day and night, a whole day Mn. i, 74 ; iv, 97

( am ), ind. day and night, continually Mn. iv, 126 Pañcat. etc.



áhar-páti [ aharpati ]

m. ( Pāṇ. 8-2, 70 Comm. ) lord of the day VS. MaitrS.

the sun Ragh. x, 55

a N. of Śiva L.



áhar-bāndhava [ aharbAndhava ]

m. the sun L.



áhar-bhā'j [ aharbhAj ]

mfn. ( said of a sacrificial brick ) partaking of the day ŚBr. x



áhar-maṇi [ aharmaNi ]

m. ' the jewel of the day ', the sun L.



áhar-mukha [ aharmukha ]

n. commencement of the day, dawn L.



áhar-lokā [ aharlokA ]

( áhar- ), f. N. of a sacrificial brick ŚBr. x ( cf. bhā'j before. )



áhar-víd [ aharvid ]

mfn. knowing the ( right ) days or the fit season RV.



áhar-vyatyāsam [ aharvyatyAsam ]

ind. so that the order of the days is reversed KātyŚr.