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अनन्त

अनन्त
 an-antá [ ananta ]


mf ( ā ) n. endless, boundless, eternal, infinite

m. N. of Viṣṇu

of Śesha ( the snake-god )

of Śesha's brother Vāsuki

of Kṛshṇa

of his brother Baladeva

of Śiva

of Rudra

of one of the Viśva-devas

of the 14th Arhat, etc.

the plant Sinduvāra, Vitex Trifolia

Talc

the 23rd lunar asterism, Śravaṇa

a silken cord ( tied round the right arm at a particular festival )

the letter ā

a periodic decimal fraction ? ( ā ), f. the earth

the number one

N. of Pārvatī and of various females, the plant Śārivā

Periploca Indica or Asclepias Pseudosarsa or Asthmatica ( the root of which supplies a valuable medicine )

( am ), n. the sky, atmosphere

Talc




an-antá-kara [ anantakara ]

mfn. rendering endless, magnifying indefinitely Pāṇ. 3-2, 21 R. v, 20, 26



an-antá-ga [ anantaga ]

mfn. going or moving for ever or indefinitely Pāṇ. 3-2, 48



an-antá-guṇa [ anantaguNa ]

mfn. having boundless excellencies



an-antá-caturdaśī [ anantacaturdazI ]

f. the fourteenth lunar day ( or full moon ) of Bhādra, when Ananta is worshipped



an-antá-cāritra [ anantacAritra ]

m. N. of a Bodhisattva



an-antá-jit [ anantajit ]

m. N. of the fourteenth Jaina Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī



an-antá-tā [ anantatA ]

( anantá- ), f. eternity, infinity ŚBr. xiv



an-antá-tāna [ anantatAna ]

mfn. extensive



an-antá-tīrtha [ anantatIrtha ]

m. N. of an author



an-antá-tīrtha-kṛt [ anantatIrthakRt ]

m. = Anantajit



an-antá-tṛtīyā [ anantatRtIyA ]

f. the third day of Bhādra ( said to be sacred to Viṣṇu )



an-antá-tṛtīyā-vrata [ anantatRtIyAvrata ]

N. of the twenty-fourth Adhyāya of the Bhavishyottara-Purāṇa



an-antá-tva [ anantatva ]

n. = -tā, q.v.



an-antá-dṛṣṭi [ anantadRSTi ]

m. N. of Śiva



an-antá-deva [ anantadeva ]

m. N. of various persons, especially of a king of Kashmīr



an-antá-nemi [ anantanemi ]

m. N. of a king of Mālava, a contemporary of Śakyamuni



an-antá-pāra [ anantapAra ]

mfn. of boundless width



an-antá-pāla [ anantapAla ]

m. N. of a warrior chief in Kashmir



an-antá-bhaṭṭa [ anantabhaTTa ]

m. N. of a man



an-antá-mati [ anantamati ]

m. N. of a Bodhisattva



an-antá-māyin [ anantamAyin ]

mfn. endlessly illusory or delusive or deceitful



an-antá-mula [ anantamula ]

m. the medicinal plant Śārivā



an-antá-rāma [ anantarAma ]

m. N. of a man



an-antá-rāśi [ anantarAzi ]

m. ( in arithm. ) an infinite quantity

a periodic decimal fraction ( ? )



an-antá-rūpa [ anantarUpa ]

mfn. having innumerable forms or shapes



an-antá-vat [ anantavat ]

mfn. eternal, infinite

( ān ), m. ( in the Upanishads ) one of Brahmā's four feet ( earth, intermediate space, heaven, and ocean )



an-antá-varman [ anantavarman ]

m. N. of a king



an-antá-vāta [ anantavAta ]

m. a disease of the head ( like tetanus )



an-antá-vikramin [ anantavikramin ]

m. N. of a Bodhisattva



an-antá-vijaya [ anantavijaya ]

m. N. of Yudhishthira's conch shell



an-antá-vīrya [ anantavIrya ]

m. N. of the twenty-third Jaina Arhat of a future age



an-antá-vrata [ anantavrata ]

n. ceremony or festival in honour of Ananta or Viṣṇu ( on the day of the full moon in Bhādra )

N. of the 102nd Adhyāya of the Bhavishyottara-Purāṇa



an-antá-śakti [ anantazakti ]

mfn. omnipotent, ( is ), m. N. of a king



an-antá-śayana [ anantazayana ]

n. Travancore



an-antá-śīrṣā [ anantazIrSA ]

f. N. of the snake king Vāsuki's wife



an-antá-śuṣma [ anantazuSma ]

( anantá- ), mfn. possessing boundless strength or endlessly roaring ( ? ) RV. i, 64, 10



anantâtman [ anantAtman ]

m. the infinite spirit



anantâśrama [ anantAzrama ]




anantêśvara [ anantezvara ]

etc., names of persons unknown