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अक्ष

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ákṣa [ akSa ]


1 m. an axle, axis ( in this sense also n. L. )

a wheel, car, cart

the beam of a balance or string which holds the pivot of the beam

a snake L.

terrestrial latitude ( cf. -karṇa, -bhā, -bhāga )

the collar-bone ŚBr.

the temporal bone Yājñ.

N. of a measure ( = 104 aṅgula ) ; [ cf. Lat. axis ; Gk. ἄξων ; Old Germ. ahsa; Mod. Germ. āchse ; Lith. assis. ]




ákṣa-karṇa [ akSakarNa ]

m. the hypotenuse, especially of the triangle formed with the gnomon of a dial and its shadow

( in astron. ) argument of the latitude



ákṣa-ja [ akSaja ]

m. a diamond

a thunderbolt

N. of Viṣṇu



ákṣa-dṛk-karman [ akSadRkkarman ]

n. operation or calculation for latitude



ákṣa-dvāra [ akSadvAra ]

n. the cavity in the axle of a car Sāy. on RV. v, 30. 1



ákṣa-dhur [ akSadhur ]

f. the pin at the end of an axle, pole attached to an axle



ákṣa-dhūrtila [ akSadhUrtila ]

m. a draft-ox L.



ákṣa-pīḍa [ akSapIDa ]

m. Chrysopogon Acicularis Suśr.

( ā ), f. N. of a plant



ákṣa-bhā [ akSabhA ]

f. shadow of latitude



ákṣa-bhāga [ akSabhAga ]

m. degree of latitude



ákṣa-bhāra [ akSabhAra ]

m. a cart-load



ákṣa-saṅgám [ akSasaGgam ]

ind. so that the axle is caught or hooked by contact with some obstruction MaitrS.



akṣâṃsa [ akSAMsa ]

m. a degree of latitude



akṣâgra [ akSAgra ]

n. end of an axle, or of the pole of a car

an axle



akṣâgra-kīla [ akSAgrakIla ]

or m. a linch-pin



akṣâgra-kīlaka [ akSAgrakIlaka ]

m. a linch-pin

the pin fastening the yoke to the pole



akṣā-náh [ akSAnah ]

( the vowel lengthened as in upā-náh, etc. ), mfn. tied to the axle of a car RV. x, 53, 7

( horse Sāy

trace attached to the horse's collar Gmn. )



akṣá [ akSa ]

2 m. ( √ 1. Uṇ. ) a die for gambling ; a cube ; a seed of which rosaries are made ( cf. indrâkṣa, rudrâkṣa )

the Eleocarpus Ganitrus, producing that seed

a weight called karṣa, equal to 16 māṣas

Beleric Myrobalan ( Terminalia Belerica ), the seed of which is used as a die

a N. of the number 5

( am ), n. sochal salt

blue vitriol ( from its cube-like crystals ) L.



akṣá-kāma [ akSakAma ]

( akṣá- ), mfn. fond of dice AV.



akṣá-kitava [ akSakitava ]

m. a gambler MBh.



akṣá-kuśala [ akSakuzala ]

mfn. skilled in dice



akṣá-kṣapaṇa [ akSakSapaNa ]

m. N. of a gambler Kathās



akṣá-glaha [ akSaglaha ]

m. gambling, playing at dice MBh.



akṣá-ja [ akSaja ]

m. a thunderbolt

N. Viṣṇu L.



akṣá-tattva [ akSatattva ]

n. science of dice

-vid mfn. skilled in it



akṣá-dāya [ akSadAya ]

m. handing over the dice in gambling Naiṣ. [ moving a piece on a board BR. ]



akṣá-devana [ akSadevana ]

n. gambling, dice-playing



akṣá-devin [ akSadevin ]

or m. a gambler, a dice-player



akṣá-dyū [ akSadyU ]

m. a gambler, a dice-player



akṣá-dyūta [ akSadyUta ]

n. gambling

cf. ākṣadyūtika



akṣá-dyūtâdi [ akSadyUtAdi ]

a g. of Pāṇ. 4-4, 19



akṣá-drugdha [ akSadrugdha ]

( akṣá- ), mfn. hated by ( unlucky at ) dice , or injuring with dice ( a sharper ) AV.



akṣá-dhara [ akSadhara ]

mfn. holding dice

m. Trophis Aspera ( śākhoṭa )



akṣá-dhūrta [ akSadhUrta ]

m. ' dice-rogue ', gambler L.



akṣá-naipuṇa [ akSanaipuNa ]

or n. skill in gambling



akṣá-naipuṇya [ akSanaipuNya ]

n. skill in gambling



akṣá-parājayá [ akSaparAjaya ]

m. defeat in gambling AV.



akṣá-pari [ akSapari ]

ind. with exception of a single die Pāṇ.



akṣá-pāta [ akSapAta ]

m. throw or cast of dice



akṣá-pātana [ akSapAtana ]

n. act of casting dice



akṣá-priya [ akSapriya ]

mfn. fond of dice, or ( perhaps ) favoured by dice



akṣá-bhūmi [ akSabhUmi ]

f. gambling-place



akṣá-mada [ akSamada ]

m. passion for dice



akṣá-mātra [ akSamAtra ]

n. anything as big as dice

the twinkling of an eye, a moment ( cf. 4. akṣa ) L.



akṣá-mālā [ akSamAlA ]

f. a string or rosary of beads, especially of Eleocarpus seeds

N. of Arundhatī, wife of Vasiṣṭha ( from her wearing a rosary ) Mn. ix, 23

N. of the mother of Vatsa



akṣá-mālin [ akSamAlin ]

mfn. wearing a rosary of seeds

N. of Siva MBh.



akṣá-rājá [ akSarAja ]

m. ' king of dice ', the die called Kali VS.



akṣá-vat [ akSavat ]

mfn. having dice

( ), f. a game of dice L.



akṣá-vāpa [ akSavApa ]

= akṣâvāpá below Kāṭh



akṣá-vāma [ akSavAma ]

m. an unfair gambler



akṣá-vid [ akSavid ]

mfn. skilful in gambling



akṣá-vṛtta [ akSavRtta ]

mfn. anything that happens in gambling



akṣá-śauṇḍa [ akSazauNDa ]

mfn. fond of gambling



akṣá-sūkta [ akSasUkta ]

n. dice-hymn, N. of RV. x, 34



akṣá-sūtra [ akSasUtra ]

n. a string or rosary of Eleocarpus seeds



akṣá-stuṣa [ akSastuSa ]

m. Beleric Myrobalan



akṣá-hṛdaya [ akSahRdaya ]

n. innermost nature of dice, perfect skill in gambling



akṣá-hṛdaya-jña [ akSahRdayajJa ]

mfn. perfectly skilled in gambling



akṣâtivāpa [ akSAtivApa ]

m. = akṣâvāpá below MBh.



akṣâvápana [ akSAvapana ]

n. a dice-board ŚBr.



akṣâvalī [ akSAvalI ]

f. a rosary



akṣâvāpá [ akSAvApa ]

m. [ ŚBr. ] ( cf. akṣa-vāpa and akṣâtivāpa ) , the keeper or superintendent of a gambling-table [ Comm. = dyūta-pati, dyūtâdhyakṣa, akṣa-goptṛ ]



akṣa [ akSa ]

3 n. an organ of sense

sensual perception L.

m. the soul L.

knowledge, religious knowledge L.

a lawsuit L.

a person born blind L.

N. of Garuḍa L.

of a son of Rāvaṇa

of a son of Nara, etc.



akṣa-darśaka [ akSadarzaka ]

or akṣa-dṛś m. a judge, i.e. one who sees lawsuits



akṣa-dṛś [ akSadRz ]

or akṣa-darśaka m. a judge, i.e. one who sees lawsuits



akṣa-paṭala [ akSapaTala ]

n. court of law

depository of legal document Rājat



akṣa-pāṭa [ akSapATa ]

m. an arena, a wrestling ground, place of contest L.



akṣa-pāṭaka [ akSapATaka ]

or m. a judge, i.e. arranger of a lawsuit L.



akṣa-pāṭika [ akSapATika ]

m. a judge, i.e. arranger of a lawsuit L.



akṣa-vāṭa [ akSavATa ]



akṣa-vid [ akSavid ]

mfn. versed in law L.



akṣa [ akSa ]

4



akṣa-caraṇa [ akSacaraNa ]

etc. col. 3



akṣa [ akSa ]

4 n. [ only ifc. ( f. ī ) for akṣi ], the eye



akṣa-caraṇa [ akSacaraNa ]

or m. ( probably ) ' having his eyes fixed in abstraction on his feet ', N. of the philosopher Gautama



akṣa-pad [ akSapad ]

or m. ( probably ) ' having his eyes fixed in abstraction on his feet ', N. of the philosopher Gautama



akṣa-pāda [ akSapAda ]

m. ( probably ) ' having his eyes fixed in abstraction on his feet ', N. of the philosopher Gautama

cf. ākṣapāda