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अहि

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अहि
 áhi [ ahi ]


m. ( √ aṃh ), a snake RV. etc.

the serpent of the sky, the demon Vṛtra RV.

( also áhirbudhnyás below )

a cloud Naigh

water ib.

the sun L.

a N. of Rāhu L.

a traveller L.

the navel L.

lead L.

( in arithm. ) the number eight

N. of a Ṛṣi ( with the patron. auśanasa ) and of another ( with the patron. paidva ) . [ Zd. aś8i ; Lat. angui-s

Gk. ἒχι-ς, ἒχιδνα, ἒγχελυς, and ὂφις ; Lith. ungury-s

Russ. ? ; Armen. ôś ; Germ. unc. ]




áhi-kānta [ ahikAnta ]

m. ' liked by snakes ( which are supposed to feed upon air ) ', wind, air L.



áhi-kośa [ ahikoza ]

m. the slough or cast-off skin of a snake L.



áhi-kṣatra [ ahikSatra ]

m. ( = -cchattra, q.v. ) N. of a country MBh. iii, 15244



áhi-gopā [ ahigopA ]

( áhi- ), mfn. guarded by a serpent RV. i, 32, 11



áhi-ghna [ ahighna ]

( áhi- ), n. the slaying of the serpent or demon Vṛtra RV. vi, 18, 14 ( loc. -ghne )

( -hán below. )



áhi-cakra [ ahicakra ]

n. a certain Tāntric diagram



áhi-cumbaka [ ahicumbaka ]

m. N. of a man, and ahicumbakāyani m. a descendant of his Pat.



áhi-cchattra [ ahicchattra ]

m. a kind of vegetable poison L.

the plant Odina Pennata L.

N. of a country MBh. i, 5515 Hariv. etc.

( ā ), f. sugar L.

the city of Ahicchattra MBh. i, 5516 Kathās



áhi-cchattraka [ ahicchattraka ]

n. a mushroom Nir. v, 16



áhi-jit [ ahijit ]

m. ' conquering the serpent ', N. of Kṛshṇa L.

of Indra L.



áhi-tuṇḍika [ ahituNDika ]

m. ( = āhituṇḍika, q.v. ) a snake-catcher, snake-exhibitor L.



áhi-dat [ ahidat ]

or mfn. having the teeth of a serpent Pāṇ. 5- 4, 145 Sch.



áhi-danta [ ahidanta ]

mfn. having the teeth of a serpent Pāṇ. 5- 4, 145 Sch.



áhi-deva [ ahideva ]

or n. ' having serpents as deities ', N. of the Nakshatra Aśleshā VarBṛS.



áhi-daivata [ ahidaivata ]

n. ' having serpents as deities ', N. of the Nakshatra Aśleshā VarBṛS.



áhi-dviṣ [ ahidviS ]

m. ' enemy of serpents ', an ichneumon L.

a peacock L.

' enemy of Vṛtra ', Garuḍa L.

Indra L. ( cf. -jit above )



áhi-nakulikā [ ahinakulikA ]

f. the natural enmity between a snake and an ichneumon Pat.



áhi-nas [ ahinas ]

mfn. having a nose like a snake Pāṇ. 5-4, 118 Comm.



áhi-nāman [ ahinAman ]

( áhi- ), n. any animal named snake RV. ix, 88 , 4

( ahināma ) -bhṛt m. ' bearing the name snake ', N. of Baladeva ( as identified with Śesha ) L.



áhi-nirvlayanī' [ ahinirvlayanI ]

f. the cast-off skin of a snake ŚBr. xiv ( BṛĀrUp. )



áhi-patāka [ ahipatAka ]

m. a kind of snake ( not venomous ) Suśr.



áhi-pati [ ahipati ]

m. ' sovereign of the snakes ', N. of Śesha, Vāsuki, and others L.



áhi-putraka [ ahiputraka ]

m. a kind of boat L.



áhi-puṣpa [ ahipuSpa ]

m. the plant Mesua Roxburghii L.



áhi-pūtana [ ahipUtana ]

m. or áhi-pūtanā f. sores on the hinder part of the body ( of children ) Suśr.



áhi-pūtanā [ ahipUtanA ]

f. or áhi-pūtana m. sores on the hinder part of the body ( of children ) Suśr.



áhi-phena [ ahiphena ]

n. ( = a-phena, q.v. ) ' the saliva or venom of a snake ', opium L.



áhi-bradhna [ ahibradhna ]

m. ( corrupted for ahirbudhnya, below ) N. of Śiva L.

one of the Rudras L.



áhi-bhaya [ ahibhaya ]

n. ' fear of a lurking snake ', a king's apprehension of treachery L.

( ahibhaya ) -dā f. the plant Flacourtia Cataphracta Roxb. L.



áhi-bhānu [ ahibhAnu ]

mfn. shining like serpents ( N. of the Maruts ) RV. i , 172, 1 ( voc. )



áhi-bhuj [ ahibhuj ]

m. ' eating snakes ', a peacock L.

the ichneumon plant L.

a N. of Garuḍa L.



áhi-bhṛt [ ahibhRt ]

m. ' carrying serpents ', Śiva L.



áhi-mat [ ahimat ]

mfn. ' possessed of snakes ', the base of āhimata, q.v.



áhi-manyu [ ahimanyu ]

( áhi- ), mfn. enraged like serpents ( N. of the Maruts ) RV. i, 64, 8 and 9



áhi-mardanī [ ahimardanI ]

f. ' killing snakes ', the ichneumon plant L. [ 125 , 2 ]



áhi-māya [ ahimAya ]

( áhi- ), mfn. multiform or versatile like a snake, showing the same variety of colour and shape RV.



áhi-māra [ ahimAra ]

or m. ( = asi-meda, q.v. ) the plant Vachellia Farnesiana L.



áhi-māraka [ ahimAraka ]

m. ( = asi-meda, q.v. ) the plant Vachellia Farnesiana L.



áhi-meda [ ahimeda ]

or m. id. L.



áhi-medaka [ ahimedaka ]

m. id. L.



áhi-ripu [ ahiripu ]

m. ( = -aviṣ, q.v. ) a peacock L.



áhi-latā [ ahilatA ]

f. = -mardanī L.

the plant Betel L.



áhi-locana [ ahilocana ]

m. N. of a servant of Śiva L.



áhi-lolikā [ ahilolikA ]

f. = ahibhaya-dā above L.



áhi-vallī [ ahivallI ]

f. the plant Betel L.



áhi-vidviṣ [ ahividviS ]

m. ( = -dviṣ, q.v. ) Garuḍa L.

Indra L.



áhi-viṣâpahā [ ahiviSApahA ]

f. ' neutralising the poison of snakes ', the ichneumon plant L.



áhi-śuṣma-sátvan [ ahizuSmasatvan ]

m. one whose attendants ( the Maruts ) hiss like serpents ( N. of Indra ) RV. v, 33, 5 [ the Pada as well as the Saṃhitā Text takes ahiśuṣma as a voc. by itself, and Sāy. translates accordingly ]



áhi-hátya [ ahihatya ]

n. = -ghna above RV.



áhi-hán [ ahihan ]

m. ( dat. -ghné ) f. ( ghnī' ) n. killing serpents or Vṛtra RV. AV. x, 4, 7



áhi-hrada [ ahihrada ]

m. N. of a mythical lake ( named in connection with Śālivāhana )



ahîndra [ ahIndra ]

m. ' lord of the snakes ', Patañjali ( mentioned under this name in Mahīpa's Anekārthatilaka )



ahīvatī [ ahIvatI ]

f. ' filled with snakes ', N. of a river ( ? ) Pāṇ. 6-3 , 120



ahîśvara [ ahIzvara ]

m. ' lord of the serpents ', i.e. Śesha L.



ahy-árṣu [ ahyarSu ]

mfn. gliding or shooting like a snake ( perhaps N. of a bird ) RV. ii, 38, 3